Laing Nikolaus: Device for the absorption and emission of heat. Pennie & Edmonds, July 8, 1975: US3893506 (60 worldwide citation)

In a device for the absorption and release of heat, two large-surface elements are provided, of which one emits the heat and acts as a heat source and the other absorbs the heat and acts as a heat sink. These two large-surface elements are joined to each other with pipes connected in parallel which ...

Laing Nikolaus: Magnetic transmission. February 29, 1972: US3645650 (58 worldwide citation)

A magnetic transmission with two pole rings separated by a conductor pole ring comprising a plurality of conductors with the two pole rings being independently arranged for rotation with respect to one another where the two pole rings each have a plurality of pole faces of alternating polarity with ...

Laing Nikolaus, Laing Ingeborg: Heat storage elements, a method for producing them and devices comprising heat storage elements. March 13, 1973: US3720198 (37 worldwide citation)

A heat-storing element comprising a storage substance which can absorb latent heat, seed crystals distributed uniformly in said storage substance and a structure which prevents any change of the distribution during the melting phase of the substance.

Laing Nikolaus, Laing Ingeborg: Device for storing heat or cold. November 20, 1973: US3773031 (34 worldwide citation)

A device for storing heat or cold having a tank containing a liquid which flows through the tank and a fusible heat storage material disposed in one or more containers, and a cooling or heating system which is subjected to heat exchange only with the liquid in the tank. The storage material containe ...

Laing Nikolaus: Multiple-pole rotating electrical machines. July 6, 1971: US3591819 (28 worldwide citation)

The poles of a multiple-pole rotating electrical machine take the form of discrete elements which can be so moved along the length of coil channels bounded by the poles that all the poles together form a pole ring in which at least every other pole is identical. The winding for a pole ring of this k ...

Laing Nikolaus: Cooling device for semiconductor components. December 18, 1973: US3780356 (25 worldwide citation)

A device for cooling a semiconductor component comprising a chamber enclosing a non-metallic crystal forming material which experiences a phase change at a temperature which corresponds to the desired operating temperature of the semiconductor component and wherein the material is in thermal communi ...

Laing Nikolaus: Radiation incidence control means. June 26, 1973: US3741631 (22 worldwide citation)

The described invention makes use of at least two screens which have complementary transparent and opaque patterns and which are relatively movable towards and away from each other so that when adjacent they obturate radiation and when separated they pass it. Thus radiation, for example upon a plant ...

Laing Nikolaus: Temperature-control system with rotary heat exchangers. Ross Karl F, Dubno Herbert, April 15, 1975: US3877515 (17 worldwide citation)

An independently heated or cooled room is linked with an environment of different temperature through a fluid-circulation system including a closed path traversed by a heat-carrier medium. The medium travels between two heat exchangers, respectively located in the warmer and in the colder air, under ...

Laing Nikolaus, Laing Ingeborg, Ludin Ludwig: Bearing structure. April 23, 1974: US3806209 (16 worldwide citation)

A bearing assembly with two bearing elements forming a bearing clearance therebetween, of which one element is designed as a compliant bearing element confining partially a cavity and in which a pressure is maintained to press the compliant bearing element against the other bearing element.

Laing Nikolaus: Stator for rotating electrical machines. Pennie & Edmonds, June 4, 1974: US3814963 (15 worldwide citation)

In a stator for rotating electrical machines, whose pole teeth extend parallel to the axis of the rotor, the ends of the teeth are, in the region of the rotor, so joined to each other by connecting elements of magnetically non-conducting material, that distortion of the stator in a radial direction ...

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