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James E Smith, Donald R Cage: Parallel path Coriolis mass flow rate meter. Micro Motion, Memel Jacobs Pierno & Gersh, January 1, 1985: US04491025 (142 worldwide citation)

A flow meter apparatus for measuring the mass flow rates of fluids passed through two essentially parallel, cantilever mounted U-shaped flow tubes where, instead of the fluid serially passing through one of the U-shaped flow tubes and then through the second U-shaped flow tube, the fluid is essentia ...


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James E Smith: Method and apparatus for mass flow measurement. Micro Motion, Irons & Sears, December 27, 1983: US04422338 (112 worldwide citation)

Apparatus and method for making fluid mass flow rate measurements using a Coriolis flow meter equipped with sensors which measure acceleration, velocity, or position of each side leg of an oscillating U-shaped conduit through which the fluid is passed. The sensors are so constructed and located as t ...


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James E Smith: Method and structure for flow measurement. S & F Associates, Thomas W O Rourke, February 12, 1980: US04187721 (92 worldwide citation)

Apparatus and method for mass flow measurement utilizing a substantially "U" shaped conduit mounted in a cantilever manner at the legs thereof, means for oscillating the conduit, and means for measuring the Coriolis force by measurement of the force moment or the angular motion of the conduit around ...


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James E Smith, Carl T Becht: Electro-mechanical impact device. Senco Products, Melville Strasser Foster & Hoffman, October 24, 1978: US04121745 (83 worldwide citation)

An electro-mechanical impact device, useful for driving nails, staples and other fastening elements. The driving member is driven by frictional engagement between a pair of counter-rotating high speed flywheels. The device has a safety provision whereby it cannot be actuated until the nose of the de ...


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James E Smith, James D Cunningham: Electric impact tool. Edwin L Spangler Jr, August 16, 1977: US04042036 (81 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to an electric impact tool characterized by a pair of electric motor-driven counterrotating flywheels, at least one of which is movable relative to the other from a retracted inoperative position into an extended operative one closely adjacent the other flywheel whereby a ram ...


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Graham A Whitlow, Gerald J Bruck, James E Smith: Energy beam casting of metal articles. Westinghouse Electric, May 22, 1990: US04927992 (81 worldwide citation)

Near net shape metal articles are cast from powder feedstock using a focused high energy beam which melts successive layers of powder as it repetitively traces the shape of the article over a substrate without the necessity for refocusing. Powder is fed into a cavity in which the article is formed a ...


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James E Smith, Gregory E Dermer, Michael A Goldsmith: Computer system employing virtual memory. Astronautics Corporation of America, Foley & Lardner, September 27, 1988: US04774659 (67 worldwide citation)

A system and method for implementing virtual memory in a computer system, wherein a table containing entries indicative of the correlation of virtual memory addresses to physical memory addresses is maintained in main memory, and translation descriptors, derived from the translation table entries, f ...


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James E Smith, James D Cunningham: Electric impact tool. Edwin L Spangler Jr, Horace B Van Valkenburgh, May 27, 1980: US04204622 (67 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to an electric impact tool characterized by a pair of electric motor-driven counterrotating flywheels, at least one of which is movable relative to the other from a retracted inoperative position into an extended operative one closely adjacent the other flywheel whereby a ram ...


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Ian James Harvey, Aftab H Khan, Robert A Smith, James E Smith: Molded pole automatic circuit recloser with bistable electromagnetic actuator. ABB Power T&D Company, Woodcock Washburn Kurtz Mackiewicz & Norris, June 15, 1999: US05912604 (64 worldwide citation)

An electromagnetic actuator and an automatic recloser incorporating such actuator are disclosed. The actuator is shown to include a housing, a permanent magnet member, a coil, an armature, mounted to move axially within the housing between first and second positions, and a non-magnetic spacer. The a ...


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James E Smith: Self-contained impact tool. Thomas W O Rourke, July 6, 1976: US03967771 (60 worldwide citation)

An impact tool, and particularly a nail driver, utilizing a vaporized combustible mixture which may be ignited upon demand to drive a piston and associated ram in a cylinder to accomplish work such as driving a nail. In a particularly preferred embodiment, a portion of the driving energy is stored a ...