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Gause Raymond L, Bynum Bobby G: Ergometer. July 10, 1973: US3744480 (48 worldwide citation)

An ergometer including a pedal driven direct current motor as a load and including a frame for supporting the body of a person in either a sitting or a prone position whereby the pedals may be operated by either the feet or the hands and the electrical circuitry of the ergometer includes means for l ...


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Gause Raymond L, Spier Raymond A: Tilting table for ergometer and for other biomedical devices. August 7, 1973: US3750479 (27 worldwide citation)

The apparatus is for testing the human body in a variety of positions, ranging from the vertical to the supine, while exercising on an ergometer; and can also be used for angular positioning of other biomedical devices. It includes a floor plate and a hinged plate upon which to fix the ergometer, a ...


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Gause Raymond L: Ergometer calibrator. The United States of America represented by the Administrator of the, Riggins Wayland H, Wofford Jr L D, Manning John R, January 14, 1975: US3859840 (16 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for accurately calibrating ergometers so that the work rate produced by the particular ergometer being calibrated is accurate. The apparatus includes a D.C. motor which is coupled directly to the ergometer for rotating such at various speeds. Positioned on the shaft between the D.C. mot ...


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Gause Raymond L, Glenn C G: Manual actuator. The United States of America represented by the Administrator of the, L D Wofford Jr et al, January 29, 1974: US3788163 (13 worldwide citation)

An actuator for an exercising machine employable by a crewman aboard a manned spacecraft. The actuator is characterized by a force delivery arm projected from a rotary input shaft of an exercising machine and having a force input handle extended orthogonally from its distal end. The handle includes ...


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Gause Raymond L, Spier Raymond A: Restraint system for ergometer. The United States of America represented by the Administrator of the, July 10, 1973: US3744794 (6 worldwide citation)

A restraint system for securing a person to an ergometer while exercising under zero gravity conditions or while operating the ergometer in earth environment in a position other than the upright position. A padded, form-fitting body belt fits around the operator's waist and suspenders are attached t ...