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Scot Stewart, Dale Delaruelle, Premal Desai, Mark Wheeler, Don Herndon, Brett Pierce, Ronald O Newton, Kevin Root, John J Allen Jr: Distributed power and electronic air brake control system for a train and associated methods. Carl Rowold, Armstrong Teasdale, June 4, 2002: US06401015 (67 worldwide citation)

A train control system includes a plurality of control subsystems for installation in respective locomotives. At least one of the control subsystems is configurable as a lead control subsystem, and at least one other control subsystem is configurable as a remote control subsystem. Each control subsy ...


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Ronald O Newton, Bruce W Shute, John J Allen Jr: Computerized brake control system. General Signal Corporation, Leitner Palan Martin and Bernstein, August 30, 1983: US04402047 (50 worldwide citation)

A computerized brake control system which calculates desired brake pressure from commanded brake signal, vehicle weight, vehicle speed and dynamic braking, compares the desired brake pressure with the actual brake, and controls the fluid brake system to cause the actual brake pressure to be substant ...


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Kevin B Root, John J Allen Jr, Ronald O Newton: Computer controlled railway brake equipment. New York Air Brake, Barnes & Thornburg, December 15, 1992: US05172316 (48 worldwide citation)

A computerized locomotive control system receiving as inputs electrical signals representing automatic and independent braking control signals and a computer for determining, from said input signals, electrical signals representing desired equalization reservoir pressure, desired independent applica ...


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John J Allen Jr, Bruce W Shute: Wheel slip system. General Signal Corporation, Thomas R FitzGerald, Jeffrey S Mednick, Perry Palan, August 31, 1982: US04347569 (47 worldwide citation)

A microprocessor controlled wheel slip system for a train of railway cars receives wheel speed data, calibrates that data in accordance with a predetermined set of instructions, and indicates when a pair of wheels on an axle of a given car is slipping or spinning relative to the other wheels on the ...


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Kevin B Root, John J Allen Jr, Ronald O Newton: Computer controlled railway brake equipment. Knorr Brake Holding, Barnes & Thornburg, May 2, 1995: US05412572 (30 worldwide citation)

A computerized locomotive control system receiving as inputs electrical signals representing automatic and independent braking control signals and a computer for determining, from said input signals, electrical signals representing desired equalization reservoir pressure, desired independent applica ...


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John J Allen Jr, Kevin B Root: Independent brake control. New York Air Brake Corporation, Barnes & Thornburg, December 31, 1996: US05590042 (22 worldwide citation)

A computerized locomotive control system receives as inputs electrical signals representing automatic and independent braking control signals from controllers and pipe pressures and has a computer for determining, from said input signals, electrical signals representing desired braking and pipe pres ...


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Kevin B Root, John J Allen Jr, Ronald O Newton: Computer controlled railway brake equipment. Knorr Brake Holding Corporation, Barnes & Thornburg, September 28, 1993: US05249125 (22 worldwide citation)

A computerized locomotive control system receiving as inputs electrical signals representing automatic and independent braking control signals and a computer for determining, from said input signals, electrical signals representing desired equalization reservoir pressure, desired independent applica ...


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Kevin B Root, John J Allen Jr, Ronald O Newton: Computer controlled railway brake equipment. Knorr Brake Holding, Barnes & Thornburg, November 29, 1994: US05369587 (14 worldwide citation)

A computerized locomotive control system receiving as inputs electrical signals representing automatic and independent braking control signals and a computer for determining, from said input signals, electrical signals representing desired equalization reservoir pressure, desired independent applica ...


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John A Jones, John J Allen Jr: Dry method of concrete floor restoration. Budget Maintenance Concrete Services, Michael F Petock Esq, November 5, 2002: US06475067 (9 worldwide citation)

A dry method of concrete floor or concrete surface restoration uses the process of grinding a concrete surface to be resurfaced while extracting and retaining dust during the grinding process. The grinding process is repeated each time using finer grinding grit until a preselected degree of smoothne ...


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John J Allen Jr, John A Jones: Method of dry grinding, coloring and polishing concrete surfaces. Allen Jones, Michael F Petock Esq, Petock & Petock, September 15, 2009: US07588483 (1 worldwide citation)

A method of polishing and coloring concrete surfaces using a dry concrete grinding process which includes locking in dye colors by applying the dye to the cementicious surface mid way during a series of grinding steps using sequentially finer grit, and then applying a sealer after the dye has dried ...