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Mohamed L Benchaar, Larry E Isakson, Daniel A Mauro: Ball-and-socket assembly and method of making. Allied Signal, Larry J Palguta, Ken C Decker, October 13, 1992: US05153976 (95 worldwide citation)

The ball-and-socket assembly (10) comprises a rod (12) having a ball head (14) at one end thereof, the ball head (14) having a diametrical groove (16) with a flexible member (30) disposed therein and extending radially beyond the outer surface (14A) of the ball head (14). A body (44) includes a bore ...


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Larry E Isakson, John E Mackiewicz, William Kent Messersmith, Jeffery E Devall, Michael E Gatt: Failed booster back-up braking system. Robert Bosch Technology Corporation, Leo H McCormick Jr, January 20, 1998: US05709438 (23 worldwide citation)

A back-up power assisted braking system substitutes an intermittently actuated secondary source of pressurized hydraulic fluid such as a traction control/anti-lock pump and motor (41) for the normal braking power assist upon the detection of a failure in the primary power assisted braking system. A ...


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Larry E Isakson, Dennis M Stanuszek, William E Fritsche: Piston overtravel indicator. Midland Ross Corporation, H Duane Switzer, June 10, 1980: US04207565 (10 worldwide citation)

An overtravel indicator for a piston received in a cylinder having an end wall toward which the piston moves includes an elongated indicator rod slidably mounted through a dielectric bushing in the end wall. A conductive garter spring is compressed between the indicator rod and a groove in the cylin ...


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Larry E Isakson, Dennis M Stanuszek: Piston overtravel indicator. Midland Ross Corporation, H Duane Switzer, June 10, 1980: US04207564 (8 worldwide citation)

A piston overtravel indicator for indicating overtravel of a piston from a rest position adjacent one end of a cylinder to working positions displaced from the rest position toward the other end of the cylinder. The indicator includes an elongated indicator rod slidably extending through a hole in t ...


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Larry E Isakson: Piston overtravel indicator. Midland Ross Corporation, H Duane Switzer, June 3, 1980: US04206455 (7 worldwide citation)

An overtravel indicator for a piston received in a cylinder having an end wall toward which the piston moves includes an elongated indicator rod slidably extending through the end wall. The rod has an armed position extending inwardly of the end wall and an operated position extending outwardly of t ...


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Larry E Isakson: Collapsible filter for a fluid power apparatus. Allied Signal, Larry J Palguta, Ken C Decker, October 9, 1990: US04961846 (5 worldwide citation)

A fluid power apparatus (10) includes a power piston (40) dividing a working chamber (18) from a first chamber (16), the power piston (40) biased toward a rest position by a spring (17) and the piston (40) displaced by means of restricting fluid flow between the working chamber (18) and first chambe ...


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Larry E Isakson: Pedal rod retaining assembly for a hydraulic brake system. Robert Bosch, Maginot Moore & Beck, October 7, 2014: US08850955

A braking system includes a brake booster with a power piston assembly structure defining a guide bore which possesses an open end, the guide bore defining a bore axis. A pivot structure is positioned in the guide bore and including (i) a body having an interior surface that defines a cavity, and (i ...


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Larry E Isakson: Self-retaining end cap for braking booster. Robert Bosch, Maginot Moore & Boek, June 25, 2013: US08468932

A brake booster includes a housing configured for mounting to the master cylinder of a braking system. The housing defines a bore for receiving a power piston and an end cap, with a return spring disposed between the head of the piston and end cap. The housing and end cap define a recess and a rib s ...


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Larry E Isakson: Hydraulic booster valve. Midland Ross Corporation, Richard A Negin, September 22, 1981: US04290342

The present invention is an improved hydraulic booster which allows transition from a manual braking mode to a power assist braking mode without the control called for in the manual mode immediately applied when the power assist function begins to operate. This is accomplished by opening a path thro ...


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Larry E Isakson: Control valve. Robert Bosch, Leo H McCormick Jr, Warren Comstock, August 16, 2005: US06928917

A valve arrangement for controlling the flow of pressurized fluid between a working chamber and an outlet chamber that passes between a seal and a seat surrounding an orifice to the outlet chamber. Fluid flowing through the orifice produces a first turbulence produces a broad band sound that is with ...