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Milner Peter James, Hodkin Richard Keith: Vehicle wheel braking systems. Rootes Motors, February 8, 1972: US3640587 (6 worldwide citation)

A vehicle wheel braking system having a hydraulic pressure operated brake capsule of causing wheel slip, a positive action pump driven in synchronism with the wheel to produce hydraulic pressure for operating the brake and means for varying the braking effect to maintain wheel slip at a substantiall ...


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Milner Peter James: Transmission having both cvt and non-cvt devices. Milner Peter J, Orbital Traction, March 5, 2003: GB2379250-A (5 worldwide citation)

A transmission device 11, has a CVT 11a, eg a rolling traction drive, in combination with an non-CVT 11b, eg an epicyclic gear train. The rolling traction drive has inner and outer races 13 and 14, which separate into two parts 13a, 13b and 14a, 14b, between which are planet balls 15. Follower rolle ...


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Milner Peter James: A continuously variable drive transmission device. Milner Peter J, March 21, 2001: GB2354293-A (5 worldwide citation)

A CVT 11, having control means 33 and 34 for selectively varying the axial separation of the movable parts 13a, 13b, 14a and 14b and thus the radial position of the planetary members 15 in contact therewith, and means 23, 24 and 25 for allowing the axial separation of the parts, in which there are p ...


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Milner Peter James: A continuously variable transmission device. Orbital Traction, April 28, 2004: GB2394519-A (3 worldwide citation)

A continuously variable transmission device, for a cycle or ancillary drives, has a plurality of planetary spheres 15 in rolling contact with radially inner and outer races 13, 14 each comprising at least two axially spaced parts 13a-14b. A planet follower carrier 12 engages the planetary spheres 15 ...


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Milner Peter James: Cvt with planet members connected to a link which maintains a circumferential connection. Orbital Traction, May 14, 2003: GB2381839-A (3 worldwide citation)

A continuously variable transmission comprises planet members 21 connected to planet carrier arms 27 by a link or trailing arm 26 which allows a radial position of the planet members 21 to vary in response to a variation in axial separation of outer and inner races 12, 35 while maintaining a circumf ...


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Milner Peter James: Cvt with planet members and/or races having a non-circular generatrix. Orbital Traction, May 18, 2005: GB2408081-A (3 worldwide citation)

A continuously variable transmission comprises planet members 21 connected to planet carrier arms 27 by a link or trailing arm 26 which allows a radial position of the planet members 21 to vary in response to a variation in axial separation of outer and inner races 12, 35 while maintaining circumfer ...


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Milner Peter James: Planetary-ball continuous variable transmission. Milner Peter J, April 5, 2000: GB2342130-A (3 worldwide citation)

A planetary-ball continuous variable transmission comprises planetary members, eg planetary balls 15, in rolling contact with radially inner and outer races 14, 13 each having axially spaced parts 14a, 14b, 13a, 13b. Control means comprising a screw 29 operated by a Bowden cable (30, fig 5) determin ...


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Milner Peter James: A rear view mirror unit. Milner Peter J, October 21, 1992: GB2254832-A (3 worldwide citation)

A rear view mirror unit of the type in which light from a region behind an observer is directed to the observer's eye by an optical system including a reflecting component (14) and a refracting component (12, 13) in which the refracting component (12, 13) of the optical system includes a plurality o ...


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Milner Peter James: A light-diverting optical element. Milner Peter J, February 17, 1999: GB2328239-A (2 worldwide citation)

An optical element (12) has two opposite major faces (13, 14), a first (13) of which, intended to bean incident face in use, is formed with a plurality of cavities (16) which extend partway through the thickness of the body (12) of the element. Flat faces (17, 32) formed either between adjacent cavi ...