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David R Snyder, Lawrence E McAllister, Jaring V Veen: Carbon composite brake disc with positive vibration damping. Allied Signal, Larry J Palguta, Leo H McCormick, Robert A Walsh, September 1, 1992: US05143184 (77 worldwide citation)

A carbon composite aircraft brake disc (10, 50, 60, 110, 120) is manufactured to include internally an insert member (12, 14, 18, 24, 28, 32, 36, 42, 52, 115, 125) which effects positive vibration damping for the disc (10, 50, 60, 110, 120) during operation of the brake (100). The insert member (12, ...


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Clifford O Hayden, David R Snyder, Susan B Stillman, Charles F Webb: System and method for modifying program status word system mask, system access key, and address space code with overlap enabled. International Business Machines Corporation, Sterne Kessler Goldstein & Fox, September 6, 1994: US05345567 (30 worldwide citation)

A system and method for modifying program status words (PSW) with overlap enabled. According to the present invention, an instruction which modifies a PSW system mask, access key, or address space code is executed with overlap enabled. This instruction generates a new PSW. The new PSW is pushed into ...


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David R Snyder, William D Thompson: Method and apparatus for manufacturing disc brakes. Aircraft Braking Systems Corporation, Renner Kenner Greive Bobak Taylor & Weber, November 11, 1997: US05686117 (6 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for making carbon discs for brake disc assemblies by feeding continuous strands of fibrous carbon material from spools into a die, the volume of the carbon material so dispensed being continuously monitored. A cutter terminates the dispensing operation and a debulking plate urges all of ...


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William D Thompson, Theodore W Sundburg, David R Snyder: Apparatus and technique for making carbon brake discs. Aircraft Braking Systems, Renner Kenner Greive Bobak Taylor & Weber, July 4, 2000: US06083436 (6 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for making carbon/carbon composite discs for an aircraft brake employs a continuous feeding of fiber strands into a mold. Water is then combined with the fibers and the fibers are compressed to form a moisturized mat or preform. The fibers are then needled such that the fibers ...


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David R Snyder: Ceiling grid bracket. James E Bradley, September 6, 1983: US04402171 (3 worldwide citation)

A device is shown for securing the base portion of a channel member of the type used to support a partition in a building to a ceiling grid structure. The device includes a bracket which is received on the ceiling structure. The channel member is secured to the bracket to support the channel member ...


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William D Thompson, David R Snyder, Robert T Webb: Carbon brake disk having noncarbonic material therein and method for making same. Aircraft Braking Systems Corporation, Renner Kenner Greive Bobak Taylor & Weber, May 1, 2007: US07211208 (1 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for making carbon/carbon composite disks for braking applications that employs a continuous feeding of fiber strands into a mold. The fibers are then compressed to form a mat or preform. The fibers are then needled such that the fibers within the mat interlock and extend in va ...


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Thomas A Golubic, Kenneth C Krupinski, William E Saver, David R Snyder, Robert H Wombles: Coal tar and hydrocarbon mixture pitch and the preparation and use thereof. Koppers Delaware, Reed Smith, December 16, 2008: US07465387

A method of making a carbon/graphite product using a coal tar pitch having a softening point in the range of about 150° C. to 250° C. Also, a carbon/graphite product having a softening point in the range of about 150° C. to 250° C. A method of making mesophase pitch is formed from quinoline insolubl ...


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Thomas A Golubic, Kenneth C Krupinski, William E Saver, David R Snyder, Robert H Wombles: Coal tar and hydrocarbon mixture pitch and the preparation and use thereof. Koppers Delaware, Reed Smith, June 27, 2006: US07066997

A method of making the saturated aircraft brake preform using a coal tar pitch having a softening point in the range of about 160° C. to 240° C. Also, a product having natural rubber in the formulation and the method of making the product using a coal tar pitch having a softening point in the range ...


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David R Snyder, Jiadong Gong, Jason T Sebastian, James A Wright, Herng Jeng Jou, Zechariah Feinberg: Martensitic stainless steel strengthened by copper-nucleated nitride precipitates. QuesTek Innovations, Banner & Witcoff, March 13, 2018: US09914987

A martensitic stainless steel alloy is strengthened by copper-nucleated nitride precipitates. The alloy includes, in combination by weight percent, about 10.0 to about 12.5 Cr, about 2.0 to about 7.5 Ni, up to about 17.0 Co, about 0.6 to about 1.5 Mo, about 0.5 to about 2.3 Cu, up to about 0.6 Mn, u ...


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William D Thompson, David R Snyder, Robert T Webb: Carbon brake disk having noncarbonic material therein and method for making same. Ray L Weber, Renner Kenner Greive Bobak Taylor & Weber, July 14, 2005: US20050153137-A1

A method and apparatus for making carbon/carbon composite disks for braking applications that employs a continuous feeding of fiber strands into a mold. The fibers are then compressed to form a mat or preform. The fibers are then needled such that the fibers within the mat interlock and extend in va ...