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Jack W Lee, Charles A Voehringer: Method of remanufacturing turbine vane clusters for gas turbine engines. United Technologies Corporation, Robert C Walker, December 4, 1979: US04176433 (52 worldwide citation)

A method for remanufacturing turbine vane clusters of gas turbine engines is disclosed. Concepts and techniques for salvaging undamaged vanes from a damaged vane cluster are developed. In accordance with the method taught, protective coatings on the vane clusters are removed and residual stresses in ...


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Jule A Miller, Jack W Lee, Jeffrey Thyssen: Surface preparation of nickel base alloys for brazing. Avco Corporation, Ralph D Gelling, January 28, 1986: US04566939 (17 worldwide citation)

A method is disclosed for the removal of undesirable oxides from the surface of nickel-base or nickel-iron base alloys containing oxidizable aluminum and/or titanium prior to brazing. The alloy is heated in air at an elevated temperature for a time sufficient to form on the alloy surface a bilayered ...


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Jack W Lee, Jule A Miller, Michael A Iovene: Method of repairing damages in superalloys. Avco Corporation, Perman & Green, August 20, 1991: US05040718 (16 worldwide citation)

A method of repairing damages in a superalloy component is disclosed wherein existing brazed joints and protective coatings are not harmed. The method entails the use of a silicon-free metal mixture comprising (i) a low melting alloy having a liquidus below the temperature to be used to deposit the ...


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Jack W Lee, Jule A Miller: High temperature metal alloy mixtures for filling holes and repairing damages in superalloy bodies. Avco Corporation, Perman & Green, March 20, 1990: US04910098 (16 worldwide citation)

A silicon-free metal powder mixture suitable for filling holes, slots and widegap joints in high temperature superalloys and/or for reforming damaged or missing surface extensions thereof, and capable of being processed at a temperature of about 2000.degree. F. The semi-solid metal mixture has a suf ...


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Dan Budin, Yoseph Linde, Gordon Saussy, Robert Snyder, Jack W Lee: Multimedia high speed network. Chipcom Corporation, McGlew and Tuttle, April 19, 1994: US05305350 (11 worldwide citation)

A system is provided implementing an extremely high speed link allowing selection of either twisted pair (or like media) and fiber media in a single local area network to provide a high speed multimedia local area network. A high speed transmission link for twisted pair, coaxial cable media or the l ...


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Daniel Budin, Yoseph Linde, Gordon Saussy, Robert Snyder, Jack W Lee: Multimedia high speed network. Chipcom Corporation, McGlew and Tuttle, April 12, 1994: US05303266 (7 worldwide citation)

A system is provided implementing an extremely high speed link allowing selection of either twisted pair (or like media) and fiber media in to provide a high speed multimedia local area network. A high speed transmission link for twisted pair, coaxial cable media or the like includes a transmitter w ...


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Edward J Ryan, David A Rutz, Jack W Lee: Stranded nickel braze alloy preforms. United Technologies Corporation, Charles E Sohl, July 21, 1981: US04279121 (3 worldwide citation)

Fabrication techniques for making nickel boron stranded wire braze preforms are described. The techniques involve the provision of the wire material in a stranded form having a large surface to volume ratio. This general form consists of a plurality of fine wires, having the desired cross-sectional ...


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Jack W Lee, Roman T Kowalski, John L Fritz: Resistance welding head. Avco Corporation, Perman & Green, April 10, 1990: US04916271 (2 worldwide citation)

A welding head 10 for coupling a welding electrode 12 to a source of electrical current. The welding head includes a housing 30 and an electrically conductive shaft 18 rotatably mounted with the housing. The shaft has a substantially circular cylindrical shape having a first end surface for mounting ...


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Jack W Lee, Robert H Leonowich, Joseph A Manzella, Matthew Tota: Auto-detection system and method for a network transceiver. Agere Systems, October 26, 2004: US06810024 (1 worldwide citation)

An auto-detection system and method for a network transceiver that allows the network transceiver to switch from a first rate mode to a second rate mode automatically. In one embodiment, the system includes: (1) an error counter, coupled to a receive input of the network transceiver, that accumulate ...


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Jack W Lee, David M Upton, Michael E Yeomans, Marc S Wald, James P Dumais: Phase lock loop with tracking filter for attenuating spurious signals of a swept local oscillator. Raytheon Company, Christie Parker & Hale, July 14, 2015: US09083351

A high spectral purity swept local oscillator including a tracking filter. The output of a swept DDS oscillator may be improved by filtering it with a band-pass filter having an adjustable center frequency, which is adjusted in real time to track the instantaneous frequency of the DDS oscillator. Th ...