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King Leonard Tony: Material mixing apparatus. Komax Systems, Limbach Limbach & Sutton, December 2, 1975: US3923288 (84 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for mixing materials having no moving parts in which a plurality of elements are fitted into a conduit. The elements, which need not be permanently fastened, are self-nesting and axially overlapping. Each axially overlapping region provides a mixing matrix introducing complex velocity vect ...


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King Leonard Tony: Mixing in flow. Komax Systems, November 30, 1983: GB2120113-A (11 worldwide citation)

A device for the mixing of two or more fluids comprises an elongated hollow tubular member 1 which is constricted intermediate its ends with a mixing zone comprising (a) at least two cylindrical orifices 5 and 6 whose axes are substantially parallel to the axis of the tubular member for carrying a f ...


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King Leonard Tony: Food heating device. Speedine Partnership, November 13, 1973: US3771433 (9 worldwide citation)

This disclosure describes a food heating device for heating and cooking food items such as TV-dinners which are prepackaged in standard electrically conductive containers. The device includes a rigid enclosure having a base and a cover for providing access to the interior of the enclosure to allow i ...


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King Leonard Tony: Food heating device. Speedline Partnership, February 13, 1973: US3715975 (6 worldwide citation)

A food heating device for heating and cooking food items such as TV-dinners that are prepackaged in standard electrically conductive containers. A rigid secondary winding from a step-down transformer supports the opposed ends of the conductive food package for passing a high current directly through ...


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King Leonard Tony: Food heating device. June 13, 1972: US3669003 (5 worldwide citation)

This disclosure describes a food heating device for heating and cooking food items such as TV-dinners which are prepackaged in standard electrically conductive containers. The device includes a rigid enclosure having a base and a cover for providing access to the interior of the enclosure to allow i ...


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King Leonard Tony: Static mixer-heat exchanger. Komax Systems, December 16, 1998: EP0884549-A2 (1 worldwide citation)

A device for effecting transfer from a first fluid medium to a second fluid medium and for enhancing mixing and uniform distribution of the second fluid medium within the confines of a conduit. The device includes providing a core pipe (31,47,55) for receiving the first fluid medium and a series of ...


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King Leonard Tony: Stationary material mixing apparatus. Komax Systems, October 23, 1996: EP0738373-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

A stationary material mixing apparatus in the shape of a cylindrical conduit (31) being open at both ends. The conduit (31) houses a plurality of mixing elements (33, 34, 35, 36) which are characterized as having no edges perpendicular to the longitudinal axis (37) and which are sized and positioned ...


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King Leonard Tony, Boud William Edward: Improvements in or relating to cavity resonators. Emi, July 4, 1956: GB751741-A (1 worldwide citation)

751,741. Electric resonators. ELECTRIC & MUSICAL INDUSTRIES, Ltd. Sept. 24, 1954 [Oct. 7, 1953], No. 27489/53. Class 40 (8). A cavity resonator is provided with a passage 4 forming a waveguide the cut-off frequency of which lies between the frequency of a desired mode and the next higher frequency u ...


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King Leonard Tony: Improvements in or relating to cavity resonators. Emi, October 30, 1957: GB785642-A (1 worldwide citation)

785,642. Cavity resonators. ELECTRIC & MUSICAL INDUSTRIES, Ltd. July 21, 1954 [Aug. 1, 1953], No. 21401/53. Class 40 (8). [Also in Group XL (a)] A cavity resonator comprises circular plates 1, 2 between which arcuate walls 13 are pivotally mounted at 14. In a modification, they may be hinged togethe ...


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King Leonard Tony: Multi path mixing apparatus. Komax Systems, September 2, 1998: EP0861684-A2

A stationary material mixing apparatus located within a conduit for mixing a low viscosity additive into a high viscosity moving stream. The apparatus includes a baffle which supports a plurality of passageways and, at the points of near tangency of the passageways, is provided low viscosity additiv ...