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Alan D Brodie, Curt Chadwick, Anil Desai, Hans Dohse, Dennis Emge, John Greene, Ralph Johnson, Ming Yie Ling, John McMurtry, Barry Becker, Ray Paul, Mike Robinson, Richard Simmons, David E A Smith, John Taylor, Lee Veneklasen, Dean Walters, Paul Wieczorek, Sam Wong, April Dutta, Surendra Lele, Kirkwood Rough, Henry Pearce Percy, Jack Y Jau, Chun C Lin, Hoi T Nguyen, Yen Jen Oyang, Timothy L Hutcheson, David J Clark, Chung Shih Pan, Chetana Bhaskar, Chris Kirk, Eric Munro: Electron beam inspection system and method. KLA Instruments Corporation, Allston L Jones, March 26, 1996: US05502306 (177 worldwide citation)

There is disclosed numerous embodiments of a method and apparatus for a particle scanning system and an automatic inspection system. In each of these a particle beam is directed at the surface of a substrate for scanning that substrate. Also included are a selection of detectors to detect at least o ...


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William R Stowell, Joseph Thomas Begovich, Thomas Walter Rentz, Glen A MacMillan, John Greene, Jane Ann Murphy, Dainel P Ivkovich Jr, Andrew J Skoog: Protective coating for thermal barrier coatings and coating method therefor. General Electric Company, Ernest Cusick, Gary M Hartman, Domenica N S Hartman, October 15, 2002: US06465090 (53 worldwide citation)

A protective coating and coating method for protecting a thermal barrier coating (TBC) on a component, such as a component of a gas turbine engine. The protective coating comprises alumina particles in a silica-containing matrix, and may be substantially homogeneous or formed of multiple layers havi ...


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Gary O&apos Connor, Randy Wickman, John Greene, Daniel Mansur, Dave Barneson, Bryan Gregory: Transparent substrate and hinged optical assembly. Corona Optical Systems, Welsh & Katz, September 17, 2002: US06450704 (18 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus are provided for providing an electro-optic signal processing device. The method includes the steps of providing an optically transparent substrate having first and second planar elements with an abutting common edge, the planar elements lying at differing angles with respect ...


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Kirk J Bertsche, John Greene: Charge-control pre-scanning for e-beam imaging. KLA Tencor Technologies Corporation, Okamoto & Benedicto, August 7, 2007: US07253410 (10 worldwide citation)

One embodiment described relates to a method of electron beam imaging of a target area of a substrate. An electron beam column is configured for charge-control pre-scanning using a primary electron beam. A pre-scan is performed over the target area. The electron beam column is re-configured for imag ...


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Nitin Bhate, Thomas Allen Wells, Ian Francis Prentice, John Greene: Ceramic matrix composite vane seals. General Electric Company, Sutherland Asbill & Brennan, October 13, 2009: US07600970 (9 worldwide citation)

A ceramic matrix composite nozzle assembly. The ceramic matrix composite nozzle assembly may include a ceramic matrix composite vane, a number of metallic components positioned about the ceramic matrix composite vane, and a number of metallic seals positioned between the ceramic matrix composite van ...


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Randy Wickman, John Greene, Gary O&apos Connor, Daniel Mansur, David Barneson, Bryan Gregory: Method to align optical components to a substrate and other optical components. Corona Optical Systems, Welsh & Katz, April 15, 2003: US06547454 (5 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus are provided for aligning an array of optical devices with optical processing equipment. The method includes the steps of providing a transparent substrate with a plurality of optical transmission paths passing directly through the substrate, providing a plurality of alignment ...


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Randy Wickman, Gary T O&apos Connor, John Greene, Daniel C Mansur, David Barneson: Electro-optic interconnect circuit board. Corona Optical Systems, Welsh & Katz, July 29, 2003: US06600853 (5 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus are provided for aligning a plurality of transmission paths of an array of optical devices with a plurality of optical fibers. The method includes the steps of disposing the optical array on a first side of the transparent substrate with the plurality of optical transmission p ...


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John Greene, Steven C Nelson, Ron Kunkel, Jane Novacek: Method to assemble optical components to a substrate. Corona Optical Systems, Welsh & Katz, April 20, 2004: US06724961 (5 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus are provided for aligning an optical array with a substrate. The method includes the steps of aligning the substrate with a set of alignment structures on an alignment fixture, transmitting a plurality of optical signals from the fixture through the substrate, and automaticall ...


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John Greene: Air freshener device with a ceramic container and an absorbent pad. Marks & Clerk, April 5, 1994: US05299736 (4 worldwide citation)

An air freshener device, comprising a container with porous ceramic walls defining a closed internal space, a closure member for selectively permitting access to and sealing the internal space, and a replaceable absorbent pad the absorbent pad being impregnated with a fragrant substance adapted for ...


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Gary O Connor, Randy Wickman, John Greene, Daniel Mansur, Dave Barneson, Bryan Gregory: Transparent substrate and hinged optical assembly. Corona Optical Systems, Welsh & Katz, January 18, 2005: US06843608 (4 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus are provided for providing an electro-optic signal processing device. The method includes the steps of providing an optically trasparent substrate having first and second planar elements with an abutting common edge, the planar elements lying at differing angles with respect t ...