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David R Snyder, Lawrence E McAllister, Jaring V Veen: Carbon composite brake disc with positive vibration damping. Allied Signal, Larry J Palguta, Leo H McCormick, Robert A Walsh, September 1, 1992: US05143184 (77 worldwide citation)

A carbon composite aircraft brake disc (10, 50, 60, 110, 120) is manufactured to include internally an insert member (12, 14, 18, 24, 28, 32, 36, 42, 52, 115, 125) which effects positive vibration damping for the disc (10, 50, 60, 110, 120) during operation of the brake (100). The insert member (12, ...


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Lawrence E McAllister, Norman E Jannasch: Barrier coating and penetrant providing oxidation protection for carbon-carbon materials. Allied Signal, Larry J Palguta, Ken C Decker, June 6, 1989: US04837073 (37 worldwide citation)

The invention provides a method for utilizing the inherent oxygen-blocking characteristics of a barrier coating for a carbon-carbon material by penetrating cracked, porous areas of the coating with an oxygen inhibitor. The inhibitor will complex with active carbon-carbon material sites at the base o ...


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Lawrence E McAllister, Herbert Dietrich, John E Hill Jr: Ablative coating composition and product. Fiber Materials, Schiller & Pandiscio, June 17, 1986: US04595714 (29 worldwide citation)

A coating composition for application to a substrate for curing thereon to form an ablative coating. The composition comprises a reactive mixture of epoxy and polysulfide resins, an amine curing agent, refractory fibers and inorganic materials serving as a source of one or more Lewis acids and being ...


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Lawrence E McAllister, Herbert Dietrich: Fire retardant polymer resin. Fiber Materials, Schiller & Pandiscio, January 5, 1982: US04309527 (12 worldwide citation)

Flame retardant polymer resins formed by an acid condensation reaction from a mixture of resorcinol and furfural with a molar excess of the aldehyde. In one particular embodiment the resin is formed of a mixture of two prepolymer solutions with at least a boric acid catalyst, one or both of the prep ...


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Lawrence E McAllister, John E Hill Jr: Ablative composition. Fiber Materials, Schiller Pandiscio & Kusmer, April 7, 1987: US04656095 (12 worldwide citation)

In a coating composition for application to a substrate for curing thereon to form an ablative coating of the type including a reactive mixture of epoxy and polysulfide resins, an amine curing agent, and inorganic materials serving as a source of one or more Lewis acids and being capable of forming ...


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Lawrence E McAllister, Herbert Dietrich: Fire retardant polymer resin. Fiber Materials, Schiller & Pandiscio, October 11, 1983: US04409361 (11 worldwide citation)

A novel polymer is provided as the condensation reaction product of a non-aqueous mixture of a phenol and an aldehyde in a molar ratio of about 0.5 to 1 phenol to aldehyde, containing refractory fibers, such as carbon, graphite, silica, having an aspect and metal oxides and silicates, which fibers h ...


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Lawrence E McAllister, Herbert Dietrich: Method of making a fire retardant polymer resin. Fiber Materials, Schiller & Pandiscio, June 23, 1981: US04275170 (10 worldwide citation)

Flame retardant polymer resins formed by an acid condensation reaction from a mixture of resorcinol and furfural with a molar excess of the aldehyde. In one particular embodiment the resin is formed of a mixture of two prepolymer solutions with at least a boric acid catalyst, one or both of the prep ...


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Lawrence E McAllister, Herbert Dietrich: Fire retardant polymer resin. Fiber Materials, Schiller & Pandiscio, September 11, 1984: US04471089 (7 worldwide citation)

A novel polymer is provided as the condensation reaction product of a non-aqueous mixture of a phenol and an aldehyde in a molar ratio of about 0.5 to 1 phenol to aldehyde, containing refractory fibers, such as carbon, graphite, silica, having an aspect and metal oxides and silicates, which fibers h ...


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Brian P Couch, Lawrence E McAllister: Phenolic-triazine resin finish of carbon fibers. Allied Signal, Leo H McCormick Jr, Larry J Palguta, Robert A Walsh, December 1, 1992: US05167880

A method of finishing carbon fibers with phenolic triazine to promote adhesing of the carbon fibers with a resin matrix to retain up to 92% of the room temperature dry strength at a temperature of 500.degree. F.