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John E Games, William W Bitterli, David M Healey: Energy conservative control of heating, ventilating, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems. United Technologies Corporation, Dominic J Chiantera, May 27, 1980: US04205381 (78 worldwide citation)

Electronic processing means, in combination with dedicated sensing apparatus is used to control the operation of an HVAC system which regulates the temperature in one or more temperature controlled spaces. The electronic processing means and associated sensing apparatus being readily adapted to exis ...


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John E Games, William W Bitterli: Temperature control of unoccupied living spaces. United Technologies Corporation, Dominic J Chiantera, July 29, 1980: US04215408 (64 worldwide citation)

Apparatus is provided for controlling, during unoccupied periods, the operation of an HVAC system and perimeter heating system providing hot air and hot fluid, respectively, to a temperature controlled living space having occupied and unoccupied periods, the apparatus including an electronic process ...


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David M Healey, John E Games: Temperature control of chill water and steam in heating, ventilation, air conditioning (HVAC) systems. United Technologies Corporation, Dominic J Chiantera, February 5, 1980: US04187543 (41 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for controlling the discharge temperature of thermal fluid presented from a common thermal source to one or more HVAC systems in a network, each HVAC controlling the volume of thermal fluid circulating therethrough by regulating the valve position of HVAC valve apparatus over a valve posit ...


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John E Games, Richard E Rosien, William W Bitterli: Computer controlled facility management system (FMS). United Technologies Corporation, Dominic J Chiantera, July 8, 1980: US04212078 (28 worldwide citation)

A central control system includes a central processing unit (CPU) installed in a central location of a facility, and interconnected with a plurality of remote controllers, each located in an associated one of several buildings in the facility and each including a remote microprocessor (RMP), the CPU ...


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Douglas A Parsons, Mark A Johnston, John E Games, Gerald L DePardo: Control system for gas turbine helicopter engines and the like. United Technologies Corporation, C Emmett Pugh, Gerald L DePardo, February 23, 1993: US05189620 (26 worldwide citation)

A engine control system for helicopters and the like in which free turbine speed is isochronously controlled by a more robust control system having increased bandwidth due to loop architecture and filter implementation accomplished via closed loop control. Dual notch (feedback compensation) is used ...


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John E Games, Michael W Hmelovsky: Time controlled elevator door motion. Otis Elevator Company, M P Williams, August 3, 1982: US04342379 (24 worldwide citation)

An elevator system has a microprocessor-based cab controller mounted directly on the elevator car, the elevator door mechanism is connected to a transducer which provides signals as a function of the position of the door mechanism, and the cab controller controls the door motion in a closed loop man ...


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Michael W Hmelovsky, John E Games: Elevator door motion mode control. Otis Elevator Company, Robert E Greenstien, November 17, 1981: US04300663 (23 worldwide citation)

An elevator door motion control is operative in either of two modes, the first mode being set in the case where door motion begins with the doors fully open and closed and no special conditions, such as initiation, exist. In this mode, door motion is controlled as the difference between door velocit ...


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William W Bitterli, John E Games, David M Healey: Energy conservative control of terminal reheat heating, ventilating, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems. United Technologies Corporation, Dominic J Chiantera, February 24, 1981: US04253153 (21 worldwide citation)

A terminal reheat HVAC system which regulates the temperature in a plurality of temperature controlled spaces by modulating the temperature of cool discharge air presented to each of the spaces from an air handler source, each space receiving the cool discharge air through an associated space distri ...


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Douglas A Parsons, Mark A Johnston, John E Games, Gerald L DePardo: Control system for gas turbine helicopter engines and the like. United Technologies Corporation, Richard H Kosakowski, April 12, 1994: US05303142 (20 worldwide citation)

A engine control system for helicopters and the like in which free turbine speed is isochronously controlled by a more robust control system having increased bandwidth due to loop architecture and filter implementation accomplished via closed loop control. Dual notch (feedback compensation) is used ...


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Michael W Hmelovsky, John E Games: Elevator door motion modification. Otis Elevator Company, Robert E Greenstien, December 15, 1981: US04305481 (20 worldwide citation)

An elevator system includes a microprocessor-based cab controller mounted directly on an elevator car, which controls the operation of the elevator door. Elevator door motion is commanded in response to the difference in actual door velocity from a desired, dictated door velocity in accordance with ...



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