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James Dao, David C Foyt, Jeffrey J Dao, Kenneth R Allen: Keyless flat panel portable computer--computer aided notebook. Communication Intelligence Corporation, Townsend and Townsend, September 17, 1991: US05049862 (164 worldwide citation)

A keyboardless portable computer simulates a foldable notepad and has a display which can be reoriented to the convenience of the user, carried in a self-protecting closed position and operated in any convenient open position. The computer has a first flat panel, a second flat panel and hinge means ...


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Hugh B Swainbank, Christopher A Swainbank, Kenneth R Allen Jr: Ultrasonic strip cleaning apparatus. Lewis Corporation, Mattern Ware Stoltz & Fressola, December 6, 1988: US04788992 (40 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for continuous ultrasonic cleaning all exposed surfaces of endwise advancing strip material employ an elongated ultrasonic cleaning chamber with entry and exit portals formed near the lower edges of its end walls through which the strip travels into, through and out of the cleaning chamber ...


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Kenneth R Allen, John K Allen, Gordon G McNally: Locating sheath faults in underground power supply cables. Bicc Public Company, Buell Blenko Ziesenheim & Beck, January 25, 1983: US04370610 (23 worldwide citation)

In the location of an earth fault on a sheath of an underground cable, pulses of direct current are applied to the sheath at one location on the cable. A search is made at spaced locations along the cable route for the magnetic field due to a fault current to earth flowing in the sheath which is pro ...


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Kenneth R Allen, Dennis Digby, Alan Coombes: Demand pacer having reduced recovery time. Biotronik Mess und Therapiegerate & Co, Spencer & Kaye, October 16, 1979: US04170999 (19 worldwide citation)

In a demand pacer, an input amplifier senses stimulating pulses and natural heart beat signals, and responsively thereto establishes control of a subsequent stimulating pulse. Charge accumulation on an output capacitor governs recovery time after each generated stimulating pulse. Respective first an ...


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Kenneth R Allen, T Christopher Carlin, Kenneth S Allen: Steam cabinet and steaming method. A C Enterprises, Litman McMahon and Brown L L C, October 8, 1996: US05561880 (16 worldwide citation)

A steam cabinet includes a base assembly with a water pan and an electrical resistance heater subassembly mounted in thermally conductive relationship therewith. The water pan includes a water inlet and a water outlet. A cabinet assembly is mounted on the base assembly and includes front, back and o ...


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Kenneth R Allen, John Prouty, David E Wheeler: Method and apparatus for process design. MetaPower, Marger Johnson & McCollom, July 27, 2004: US06768984 (11 worldwide citation)

A process is managed by creating a future revision of a base. Data are input into the future revision of the base. The future revision of the base is made current, revising the base. A control tracks the authorization of the base revision, storing the authorization of the future revision of the base ...


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Kenneth R Allen, John Prouty, David E Wheeler: Method and apparatus for process design. Metapower, Marger Johnson & McCollom P C, August 7, 2007: US07254594 (8 worldwide citation)

A process is managed by creating a future revision of a base. Data are input into the future revision of the base. The future revision of the base is made current, revising the base. A control tracks the authorization of the base revision, storing the authorization of the future revision of the base ...


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Kenneth R Allen, John Prouty, David E Wheeler: Method and apparatus for process design. MetalPower, Marger Johnson & McCollo PC, July 13, 2010: US07756914 (3 worldwide citation)

A process is managed by creating a future revision of a base. Data are input into the future revision of the base. The future revision of the base is made current, revising the base. A control tracks the authorization of the base revision, storing the authorization of the future revision of the base ...


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Kenneth R Allen, John Prouty, David E Wheeler: Method and apparatus for process design. MetaPower, Marger Johnson & McCollom PC, May 17, 2011: US07945599 (1 worldwide citation)

A process is managed by creating a future revision of a base. Data are input into the future revision of the base. The future revision of the base is made current, revising the base. A control tracks the authorization of the base revision, storing the authorization of the future revision of the base ...


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