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Michael P Goldowsky: Linear pump. International Business Machines Corporation, Francis L Conte, July 20, 1999: US05924975 (138 worldwide citation)

A linear pump includes a housing having a bore and axially spaced apart inlet and outlet. A first check valve is joined to the housing for controlling flow of fluid through the bore. A piston is disposed coaxially in the housing bore for axial translation therein and includes a piston bore and axial ...


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John P Karidis, Michael P Goldowsky, Gerard McVicker: Keyboard with translating sections. International Business Machines Corporation, Perman & Green, August 6, 1996: US05543787 (109 worldwide citation)

A keyboard assembly for a computer with movable keyboard pallets. The pallets are movable relative to each other between a compact stowing position and an extended operational position. A movement mechanism moves at least one of the pallets in a lateral direction relative to the other pallet and the ...


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John P Karidis, Michael P Goldowsky, Gerard McVicker: Keyboard with biased movable keyboard sections. International Business Machines Corporation, Perman & Green, August 19, 1997: US05659307 (89 worldwide citation)

A keyboard assembly for a computer with movable keyboard pallets. The pallets are movable relative to each other between a compact stowing position and an extended operational position. A movement mechanism moves at least one of the pallets in a lateral direction relative to the other pallet and the ...


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Michael P Goldowsky: Magnetic suspension blood pump. Stanley J Yavner, March 4, 2003: US06527699 (72 worldwide citation)

This invention is a non-contact axial flow turbo blood pump for propelling blood, which is composed of a pump housing (


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James M Administrator of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration with respect to an invention of Beggs, Max G Gasser, Allan Sherman, Philip A Studer, Alexander Daniels, Michael P Goldowsky: Stirling cycle cryogenic cooler. John O Tresansky, John R Manning, Ronald F Sandler, June 28, 1983: US04389849 (52 worldwide citation)

A long lifetime Stirling cycle cryogenic cooler particularly adapted for space applications comprised of a compressor section (10) centrally aligned end to end with an expansion section (12) and respectively including a reciprocating compressor piston (14) and displacer (16) radially suspended in in ...


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Michael P Goldowsky: Magnetic suspension blood pump. Stanley J Yavner, April 6, 2004: US06716157 (40 worldwide citation)

An implantable magnetic suspension blood pump having a rotor magnetically suspended and having blood flow gaps at the axial ends of the rotor so that blood in the gaps is washed out by flow in a conduit along the axis of the rotor connecting the fluid gaps. The blood pump impeller includes main and ...


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Michael P Goldowsky: Linear magnetic bearings. The United States of America represented by the Administrator of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, September 25, 1984: US04473259 (33 worldwide citation)

A magnetic bearing for supporting in suspension a linear armature member (20) includes an elongated cylindrical housing (18) having two sets of U-shaped stationary electromagnets (10.sub.1, 12.sub.1, 14.sub.1, 16.sub.1 and 10.sub.2, 12.sub.2, 14.sub.2, 16.sub.2) and position sensors (48.sub.1, 50.su ...


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Wyatt S Newman, Michael P Goldowsky: Long linear stroke reciprocating electric machine. North American Philips Corporation, David R Treacy, September 17, 1985: US04542311 (32 worldwide citation)

A linear stroke reciprocating electric machine provides both high efficiency and linearity. A cylindrical air gap is defined between outer and inner gap defining surfaces, at least one of which has a length equal to the length of an electric coil plus the length of the stroke. A flux focusing ring, ...


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Michael P Goldowsky: Magnetic bearing. North American Philips Corporation, David R Treacy, April 12, 1983: US04379598 (31 worldwide citation)

A bearing has an inner ring of magnetic material having an annular recess in its outer periphery for receiving a first annular permanent magnet ring, and an outer ring having an annular recess in its inner surface for receiving a second permanent magnet ring. The magnet rings are spaced to provide a ...


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Michael P Goldowsky: Low temperature regenerators for cryogenic coolers. North American Philips Corporation, Marc D Schechter, November 23, 1982: US04359872 (28 worldwide citation)

A regenerator for a closed thermodynamic cycle cryogenic cooler is made of a vessel containing helium. The helium may be contained in, for example, hollow glass spheres or hollow metal tubing. The pressure of the helium in the vessel and the size of the regenerator are chosen to assure that the mass ...