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William Alan Edelstein, Richard Philip Mallozzi, Robert Arvin Hedeen, Sayed Amr El Hamamsy, Mark Lloyd Miller, Paul Shadforth Thompson, Robert Adolph Ackermann, Bruce Campbell Amm, John Peter Fura, Mike James Radziun, David Edward Dean, Scott Thomas Mansell, Dewain Anthony Purgill, Robert Michael Vavrek: Low noise MRI scanner. General Electric Company, Jean K Testa, Jill M Breedlove, August 20, 2002: US06437568 (31 worldwide citation)

A low noise imaging apparatus for producing Magnetic Resonance (MR) images of a subject and for substantially minimizing acoustic noise generated during imaging is provided. The imaging apparatus comprises a magnet assembly, a gradient coil assembly, and a rf coil assembly, wherein at least one of t ...


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Kristina Helena Valborg Hedengren, William Paul Kornrumpf, Mark Lloyd Miller, Beale Hibbs Opsahl Ong, Egidijus Edward Uzgiris: Thermal sensor array and methods of fabrication and use. General Electric Company, Ann M Agosti, Jill M Breedlove, January 30, 2001: US06180867 (28 worldwide citation)

A thermal sensor array includes a dielectric layer including a plurality of individual thermal sensors and a pattern of deposited electrical interconnections facing at least one surface of the dielectric layer for providing electrical connections from each of the plurality of individual thermal sens ...


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Mark Lloyd Miller: Method of sealing disk slots for turbine bucket dovetails. General Electric Company, Patrick K Patnode, Douglas E Stoner, October 2, 2001: US06296172 (27 worldwide citation)

Dovetail seals are quickly and inexpensively applied to turbine buckets or rotor disks by ultrasonically welding a piece of material onto the dovetail portion of the bucket or the disk slot of the rotor disk. The method includes placing the piece of material into contact with the appropriate turbine ...


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Kristina Helena Valborg Hedengren, William Paul Kornrumpf, Mark Lloyd Miller: Method for detecting temperature gradients in biological tissue using a thermocouple array. General Electric Company, Ann M Agosti, Jill M Breedlove, July 4, 2000: US06084174 (15 worldwide citation)

A thermocouple array includes a dielectric layer having via openings therethrough, a first patterned conductive layer facing one surface of the dielectric layer, and a second patterned conductive layer facing another surface of the dielectric layer. Portions of the second patterned conductive layer ...


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Kristina Helena Valborg Hedengren, William Paul Kornrumpf, Mark Lloyd Miller: Thermocouple array and method of fabrication. General Electric Company, Ann M Agosti, Marvin Snyder, June 1, 1999: US05909004 (15 worldwide citation)

A thermocouple array includes a dielectric layer having via openings therethrough, a first patterned conductive layer facing one surface of the dielectric layer, and a second patterned conductive layer facing another surface of the dielectric layer. Portions of the second patterned conductive layer ...


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Mark Lloyd Miller: Reducible glass lubricants for metalworking. General Electric Company, Tyler Maddry, Donald S Ingraham, April 28, 1998: US05743121 (12 worldwide citation)

A reducible glass lubricant on a metal workpiece provides a duplex film during hot working of the workpiece. A silicate glass powder which contains from about 3 to 50 mole percent of an oxide of bismuth, tin or copper is used for the reducible glass lubricant. During preheating in a preheat furnace ...


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Kristina Helena Valborg Hedengren, William Paul Kornrumpf, Mark Lloyd Miller, Egidijus Edward Uzgiris: In situ tumor temperature profile measuring probe and method. General Electric Company, Jean K Testa, Christian G Cabou, July 12, 2005: US06916290 (10 worldwide citation)

An in situ breast tumor temperature profile measuring probe includes a rod, thermal sensors and electrical output leads. The thermal sensors are formed in spaced apart holes in an outer insulating layer of the rod and a common electrical input lead to provide an electrical input signal to the therma ...


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SeethaRamaiah Mannava, Philemon Kennard Wright III, Farzin Homayoun Azad, Mark Lloyd Miller: Single sided laser shock peening. General Electric Company, V G Ramaswamy, Steven J Rosen, May 6, 2003: US06559415 (8 worldwide citation)

A method for single sided laser shock peening an article includes laser shock peening a laser shock peening surface on a first side of the article while maintaining an opposite second surface on a back side of the article in acoustic communication with a shock attenuating material. The second surfac ...


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Jeffrey Allan Pfaendtner, Michael James Weimer, William Evan McCormack, Joseph David Rigney, Mark Lloyd Miller, John Lewis Lackman: Article protected by a diffusion aluminide coating applied by painting techniques. General Electric Company, Gregory O Garmong, Kurt L Ehresman, McNees Wallace & Nurick, January 13, 2004: US06676992 (5 worldwide citation)

A method for coating an article includes preparing a coating precursor paint including aluminum-containing pigment particles, a temporary organic binder comprising an acrylic, and a solvent for the temporary organic binder. The coating precursor paint is applied to a surface of the article and there ...


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Mark Lloyd Miller: Combined burner and grate. General Electric Company, Patrick K Patnode, Christian G Cabou, August 20, 2002: US06435173 (3 worldwide citation)

A combined burner and grate structure for use in connection with a gas range includes one or more burner elements. Each burner element has one or more fuel inlets, one or more fuel outlets disposed on one or more side surfaces, and a top surface. A horizontal planar support for a cooking vessel is m ...