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John W Evans: Capacitance-variation-sensitive touch sensing array system. Integrated Touch Arrays, Edward W Callan, March 22, 1988: US04733222 (238 worldwide citation)

A capacitance-variation-sensitive touch sensing array system includes an array of electrodes where each electrode is a connected series of conductive tabs and forms either a row or a column of the electrode array; an array of drive lines where each drive line is capacitively coupled to a plurality o ...


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John W Evans: Boiling liquid cooling system for internal combustion engines. Evans Cooling Associates, Brumbaugh Graves Donohue & Raymond, December 23, 1986: US04630572 (73 worldwide citation)

A reduction of hot spots in the combustion chambers and the simultaneous elevation of bore temperature in an internal combustion engine are achieved by a boiling liquid cooling process in which a high molecular weight, high saturation temperature organic coolant is supplied to the coolant jacket of ...


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John W Evans: Boiling liquid engine cooling system. EVC Associates Partnership, Kenyon & Kenyon, January 11, 1983: US04367699 (64 worldwide citation)

A boiling liquid coolant system for a vehicular internal combustion engine which operates at a virtually constant predetermined pressure and predetermined temperature having a condenser which assures that all vaporized coolant is condensed under all engine operating conditions by matching the rate o ...


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John W Evans: Engine preoiler and lubricant reservoir. Jones Tullar & Cooper, June 13, 1978: US04094293 (43 worldwide citation)

A preoiler and lubricating fluid reservoir for use primarily with an internal combustion engine is disclosed. A hollow cylindrical reservoir is provided with an internal slidable piston which divides the cylinder into a compressed air retaining section and a lubricating fluid retaining section. A so ...


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John W Evans: Process and apparatus for cooling internal combustion engines. Evans Cooling Associates, Brumbaugh Graves Donohue & Raymond, November 5, 1985: US04550694 (26 worldwide citation)

A cooling process for an internal combustion engine comprises the steps of mechanically pumping a boilable liquid coolant having a saturation temperature above about 132.degree. C. at atmospheric pressure from the engine coolant jacket through a radiator and back to the coolant jacket, continuously ...


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John W Evans: Cooling system for internal combustion engines. Gottlieb Rackman & Reisman, July 16, 1991: US05031579 (23 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for cooling an internal combustion engine has a coolant jacket surrounding the cylinder walls, the combustion chamber domes, and the exhaust runners of the engine. The coolant jacket has formed therein a coolant chamber. A substantially anhydrous, boilable liquid coolant, having a satur ...


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John W Evans: Engine prelubricator and pressurized lubricant reservoir. Kenyon & Kenyon, May 14, 1991: US05014820 (18 worldwide citation)

An improved prelubricator and pressurized lubricating fluid reservoir assembly for use primarily with an internal combustion engine, comprising a hollow cylindrical container coupled to the engine lubricating system and mounted at an angle between about 20.degree. and 90.degree. with respect to the ...


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John W Evans: Engine cooling system and heater circuit therefor. Dressler Goldsmith Shore & Milnamow, May 30, 1995: US05419287 (17 worldwide citation)

A heating system for a vehicle having an internal combustion engine comprising a cylinder head defining an upper coolant chamber and a cylinder block defining a lower coolant chamber. A heater has an inlet in fluid flow communication with the lower coolant chamber of the engine and an outlet connect ...


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John W Evans: Engine cooling system with temperature-controlled expansion chamber for maintaining a substantially anhydrous coolant. Evans Cooling Systems, Cummings & Lockwood, April 25, 2000: US06053132 (16 worldwide citation)

In an engine cooling system, an upper coolant chamber and a lower coolant chamber of a typical engine, such as an internal combustion engine or fuel cell, are formed adjacent to the heat-emitting components of the engine, and a substantially anhydrous, boilable liquid coolant having a saturation tem ...


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John W Evans: Aqueous reverse-flow engine cooling system. Lyman R Lyon, October 26, 1993: US05255636 (16 worldwide citation)

An aqueous reverse-flow cooling system comprises a pump for delivering coolant to a combustion chamber coolant chamber having a gas outlet, at a high point thereof, for the discharge of coolant and gases through a restriction to a gas separator/condenser circuit having an outlet in fluid communicati ...