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J Vincent Fitzgerald, Frank J Matusik, Donald W Nelson: National Metal and Refining Company, Arthur L Lessler, June 25, 1985: US04524610 (74 worldwide citation)

A rotational vibratory viscometer-densitometer for in-line process control and similar applications, having an elastic hollow metal tube extending between two clamps, and a relatively rigid transverse yoke secured to the tube at a point midway between the clamps. The yoke has magnetically permeable ...


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J Vincent Fitzgerald, Frank J Matusik, Donald W Nelson: Incremental rotary viscometer. National Metal and Refining Company, Arthur L Lessler, November 10, 1981: US04299119 (24 worldwide citation)

A rotary viscometer of the type which measures the viscous torque to which a rotating spindle is subjected, by measuring the current drawn by the electric motor driving the spindle. True viscosity, i.e. the slope of the torque-spindle rotation speed curve, is approximated by varying the spindle spee ...


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J Vincent Fitzgerald, Frank J Matusik, Donald W Nelson, John L Schrag: Apparatus and method for determining the viscoelasticity of liquids. National Metal and Refining Company, Arthur L Lessler, July 5, 1988: US04754640 (21 worldwide citation)

A rheometer for determining the viscoelasticity of a liquid from the mechanical impedance which the liquid presents to an oscillating surface. The incremental power required to maintain a fixed amplitude of oscillation of the surface upon immersion in the liquid is determined. The differential shift ...


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Frank J Matusik, Donald W Nelson: National Metal and Refining Company, Arthur L Lessler, December 18, 1984: US04488427 (17 worldwide citation)

A torsional mode rotational vibratory viscometer having an elastic hollow metal sheath extending below a support plate and secured to the plate by a weld. A rigid rod is disposed within the sheath and welded to the lower end of the sheath. An immersible tip is also secured to the lower end of the sh ...


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Frank J Matusik, Donald W Nelson: National Metal and Refining Company, Arthur L Lessler, January 28, 1986: US04566181 (9 worldwide citation)

A torsional mode rotational vibratory viscometer having an elastic hollow metal sheath extending below a support plate and secured to the plate by a weld. A rigid rod is disposed within the sheath and welded to the lower end of the sheath. An immersible tip is also secured to the lower end of the sh ...


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Richard B Thiewes, Donald W Nelson: Apparatus for controlling video tape presentation. Burd Braddock & Bartz, February 12, 1980: US04188644 (7 worldwide citation)

A control system for video tape equipment operable to present video tape audio and visual testimony. The control system has a court monitor and a jury monitor connected to a video tape recorder. A control unit interposed in the cables between the video tape recorder and the monitors is operable by a ...


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Donald W Nelson: Scratch and dispose apparatus. Aidenbaum Schloff and Bloom PLLC, Jay Schloff, June 5, 2012: US08191195 (3 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for scratching and disposing a scratch-off coating that conceals information on a paper is provided. The apparatus includes a panel, one or more scratch tools, a brush and a debris unit. The panel includes a base and a plurality of walls. The plurality of walls is configured along a per ...


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Donald W Nelson, Yan A Borodovsky, Mark C Phillips: Unidirectional metal on layer with ebeam. Intel Corporation, Schwabe Williamson & Wyatt P C, July 3, 2018: US10014256

Lithographic apparatuses suitable for, and methodologies involving, complementary e-beam lithography (CEBL) are described. In an example, a layout for a metallization layer of an integrated circuit includes a first region having a plurality of unidirectional lines of a first width and a first pitch ...


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Donald W Nelson, Patrick Morrow, Kimin Jun: Metal on both sides with clock gated-power and signal routing underneath. Intel Corporation, Schwabe Williamson & Wyatt P C, January 22, 2019: US10186484

A method including forming a plurality of first interconnects and a plurality of second interconnects on opposite sides of an integrated circuit device layer including a plurality of circuit devices, wherein the plurality of second interconnects include interconnects of different dimensions; and for ...


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Patrick Morrow, Kimin Jun, M Clair Webb, Donald W Nelson: Monolithic three-dimensional (3D) ICs with local inter-level interconnects. Intel Corporation, Green Howard & Mughal, June 20, 2017: US09685436

Monolithic 3D ICs employing one or more local inter-level interconnect integrated intimately with at least one structure of at least one transistor on at least one transistor level within the 3D IC. In certain embodiments the local inter-level interconnect intersects a gate electrode or a source/dra ...