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Dan Miller
Daniel N Miller, Brent N McCallum, Stewart A Jenkins, David M Wells: Method and system for global flow field management using distributed, surface-embedded, nano-scale boundary layer actuation. Bracewell & Giuliani, August 14, 2012: US08240616 (3 worldwide citation)

Systems and methods to provide distributed flow control actuation to manage the behavior of a global flow field, are provided. An example of a system can include an aerodynamic structure having an outer surface, and an array of a plurality of effectors connected to the outer surface of the aerodynam ...


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Dan Miller
Daniel N Miller, Brent N McCallum, Stewart A Jenkins, David M Wells: System for global flow field management using distributed, surface-embedded, nano-scale boundary layer actuation. Lockheed Martin Corporation, Bracewell & Giuliani, January 15, 2013: US08353482 (1 worldwide citation)

Systems to provide distributed flow control actuation to manage the behavior of a global flow field, are provided. An example of a system can include an aerodynamic structure having an outer surface, and an array of a plurality of nano-scale effectors connected to the outer surface of the aerodynami ...


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Dan Miller
Daniel N Miller, Brent N McCallum, Stewart A Jenkins, David M Wells: Method and System For Global Flow Field Management Using Distributed, Surface-Embedded, Nano-Scale Boundary Layer Actuation. Lockheed Martin Corporation, Bracewell & Giuliani, October 28, 2010: US20100270433-A1

Systems and methods to provide distributed flow control actuation to manage the behavior of a global flow field, are provided. An example of a system can include an aerodynamic structure having an outer surface, and an array of a plurality of effectors connected to the outer surface of the aerodynam ...


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Dan Miller
Daniel N Miller, Brent N McCallum, Stewart A Jenkins, David M Wells: System for Global Flow Field Management Using Distributed, Surface-Embedded, Nano-Scale Boundary Layer Actuation. Lockheed Martin Corporation, September 6, 2012: US20120222768-A1

Systems to provide distributed flow control actuation to manage the behavior of a global flow field, are provided. An example of a system can include an aerodynamic structure having an outer surface, and an array of a plurality of nano-scale effectors connected to the outer surface of the aerodynami ...


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David M Wells: Rollup door assembly. Overhead Door Corporation, Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld, May 23, 2000: US06065525 (20 worldwide citation)

A rollup door assembly including a corrugated flexible sheet closure member secured to a rotatable drum for rolling the closure member onto and off of the drum for opening and closing the door. Opposed channel shaped guide tracks are securable to a wall adjacent an opening to be closed by the door a ...


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Richard K Hoofard, Celestino Duran, David M Wells: Guide track assemblies and mounting brackets for upward acting doors. Overhead Door Corporation, Gardere Wynne Sewell, June 8, 2004: US06745814 (11 worldwide citation)

Guide track assemblies for upward acting doors include identical vertical and horizontal linear track sections and a curvilinear transition track section. The linear track sections include spaced-apart elongated slots formed at acute angles with respect to the longitudinal extent of the track sectio ...


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L Blake Whitley, David M Wells: Guide member silencers for track guided doors. Overhead Door Corporation, Gardere Wynne Sewell, May 4, 2004: US06729380 (11 worldwide citation)

Track guided doors, such as upward acting multipanel garage doors are provided with roller guide member support brackets on opposite side edges of the panels for supporting guide rollers disposed in the opposed guide tracks. The support brackets include bearing bores formed by bore walls of the supp ...


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Richard K Hoofard, Celestino Duran, David M Wells: Guide track assemblies and mounting brackets for upward acting doors. Overhead Door Corporation, Gardere Wynne Sewell, March 4, 2003: US06527035 (10 worldwide citation)

Guide track assemblies for upward acting doors include identical vertical and horizontal linear track sections and a curvilinear transition track section. The linear track sections include spaced-apart elongated slots formed at acute angles with respect to the longitudinal extent of the track sectio ...


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David M Wells, Craig S Ward Jr: Counterbalance system adjustment mechanism for rollup door. Overhead Door Corporation, Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld, December 5, 2000: US06155327 (8 worldwide citation)

A counterbalance spring adjustment mechanism, particularly adapted for a rollup type upward-acting door which is supported between spaced apart wall brackets on a rotatable shaft. One end of the torsion spring is connected to a hub including a tubular hub member and a circumferential radially extend ...


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David M Wells: Sectional door reinforcing post assembly. Overhead Door Corporation, Gardere Wynne Sewell, August 17, 2004: US06776210 (8 worldwide citation)

A reinforcing post assembly for use with a sectional upward acting door to reinforce the door against high windloads includes an elongated C-channel shaped post reinforced with spaced apart gusset plates, and including retractable anchor pin members at its lower end. Elongated anchor links are mount ...



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