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Yozo Kami, Tokio Isono, Yasunori Oku, Kiyoshi Nakajima, Kosei Mizumoto: Subframe and subframe assembly. Honda Giken Kogyo Kabushiki Kaisha, Armstrong Westerman Hattori McLeland & Naughton, October 1, 1996: US05560651 (41 worldwide citation)

A subframe assembly for assembly as a unit to a vehicle body in which a subframe is formed of left and right side members disposed on the left and right of a fuel tank, and a cross member interconnecting the side members; left and right suspensions are mounted to the subframe and a vehicle member is ...


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Yozo Kami, Yasunori Oku, Kosei Mizumoto, Kiyoshi Nakajima: Multi-link type suspension system. Honda Giken Kogyo Kabushiki Kaisha, Armstrong Westerman Hattori McLeland & Naughton, April 16, 1996: US05507510 (35 worldwide citation)

A multi-link type suspension system includes a knuckle for rotatably supporting an axle, an upper arm extending laterally of the vehicle body to connect the knuckle with the vehicle body above the axle, a leading arm extending outwardly and forwardly of the vehicle body from a rear inside position o ...


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Yasuji Shibahata, Kiyoshi Nakajima: Suspension system for steered wheel. Honda Giken Kogyo Kabushiki Kaisha, Joseph P Carrier, Irving M Weiner, Weiner Carrier & Burt, March 5, 1996: US05496055 (17 worldwide citation)

A suspension system for a steered wheel includes a knuckle for steerably supporting the steered wheel about a king pin axis, and upper and lower arms pivotally supported on a vehicle body and connected at free ends thereof to upper and lower portions of the knuckle, respectively. This suspension sys ...


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Takehiko Hakui, Hajime Hirata, Hajime Kajiwara, Kiyoshi Nakajima, Yoshimitsu Akuta, Kunimichi Hatano: Vehicle height adjusting system. Honda Motor, Arent Fox, April 12, 2011: US07922181 (9 worldwide citation)

A first rotor (24; 124) and a second rotor (25; 125) are arranged in a coaxial and mutually rotatable relationship and are provided with a first driven gear (41; 141) and a second driven gear (42; 142), respectively. A drive shaft (31; 131) is also provided with a first drive gear (43; 143) and a se ...


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Norikazu Kurosu, Kiyoshi Nakajima, Satoru Takeishi, Toshiharu Yoshioka: Upper arm in suspension system for vehicle. Honda Giken Kogyo Kabushiki Kaisha, Joseph P Carrier, Irving M Weiner, Weiner Carrier & Burt, May 14, 1996: US05516129 (9 worldwide citation)

An upper arm in a suspension system for a vehicle includes a substantially plate-like body portion which is bifurcated in a longitudinal direction of a vehicle body from a tip end side of the upper arm connected to a knuckle toward a base end side of the upper arm connected to a vehicle body frame, ...


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Shinichi Ito, Ryo Goto, Tetsuroh Kawai, Kiyoshi Nakajima, Shuji Koike, Shuji Sudo: Composite magnetic head including a slider plate and a back board. Hitachi Metals, Staas & Halsey, February 10, 1998: US05717543 (3 worldwide citation)

A slider plate fixing a front magnetic core at a predetermined position is joined and fixed to a back board provided with a back yoke and a coil layer so that a transducer element is constituted by the front magnetic core, the back yoke, and the coil layer, whereby a composite magnetic head is forme ...


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Kiyoshi Nakajima, Tatsuhiro Tomari, Toru Sukigara: Vehicle damper of variable damping force. Honda Motor, Carrier Blackman & Associates P C, Joseph P Carrier, William D Blackman, August 14, 2012: US08240439 (2 worldwide citation)

A vehicle damper of variable damping force including a cylinder, a piston and valves is disclosed. The valves have opening/closing parts and supporting parts. The opening/closing parts and the supporting parts are positioned separately so that a sufficient distance is obtained. Lengthening the dista ...


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Kazuyuki Ono, Yoshio Tanaka, Kiyoshi Nakajima, Naoto Kuratani, Tomofumi Maekawa: Electronic component. OMRON Corporation, Osha Liang, November 20, 2012: US08314485 (2 worldwide citation)

An electronic component has a board, a semiconductor element mounted on an upper surface of the board, a ground electrode formed in a region surrounding the semiconductor element on the upper surface of the board, a conductive cap that overlaps the board such that the semiconductor element is covere ...


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Kiyoshi Nakajima: Damper with variable damping force. Honda Motor, Carrier Blackman & Associates P C, Joseph P Carrier, William D Blackman, April 5, 2016: US09303711 (1 worldwide citation)

A damper includes: an inner cylinder defining an inner chamber, having a slidable contact piston; an outer cylinder outside the inner cylinder and defining a reservoir chamber between the inner outer cylinders; and a damping-force control device controlling damping force by controlling a flow rate o ...


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Kiyoshi Nakajima, Hidetoshi Amano, Hiro Nushii: Damper-mounting structure. Honda Motor, Rankin Hill Porter & Clark, March 6, 2007: US07185746 (1 worldwide citation)

An upper portion of a damper connected at its lower end to a lower arm of a suspension is accommodated within a side frame having a closed section. An upper spring seat, which is a mounting portion for the damper, is fixed to a lower surface of the side frame by a bolt. Thus, the support rigidity of ...