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Longzhi Jiang
Longzhi Jiang, Clifford Ginfrida Jr, Neil Clarke, Weijun Shen, Ernst Wolfgang Stautner, Tao Zhang, Robbi McDonald: Superconducting magnet coil support with cooling and method for coil-cooling. General Electric Company, The Small Patent Law Group, Dean D Small, March 18, 2014: US08676282 (1 worldwide citation)

A superconducting magnet coil support with cooling and a method for coil cooling are provided. One superconducting coil support arrangement includes a superconducting coil and at least one support beam supporting the superconducting coil and defining a tank for storing a cooling fluid therein. The s ...


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Longzhi Jiang
Longzhi Jiang, Clifford Ginfrida JR, Neil Clarke, Weijun Shen, Ernst Wolfgang Stautner, Tao Zhang, Robbi McDonald: Superconducting magnet coil support with cooling and method for coil-cooling. May 3, 2012: US20120108433-A1

A superconducting magnet coil support with cooling and a method for coil cooling are provided. One superconducting coil support arrangement includes a superconducting coil and at least one support beam supporting the superconducting coil and defining a tank for storing a cooling fluid therein. The s ...


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Longzhi Jiang
Longzhi Jiang, Gregory Alan Lehmann, Neil Clarke: Apparatus for thermal shielding of a superconducting magnet. General Electric Company, Cantor Colburn, November 30, 2006: US20060266053-A1

A thermal shield for a superconducting magnet includes a shield body having an annular shape. The shield body includes a material having a thermal conductivity greater than about 1000 W/m·K at about 70K.


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Neil Clarke, Michael B Sellers, Michael L Allford, Anthony Mantone: Apparatus for active cooling of an MRI patient bore in cylindrical MRI systems. GE Electric Company, Henry Policinski, Joseph S Heino, Patrick M Bergin, March 21, 2006: US07015692 (27 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides for a cooling system for circulating a coolant to cool the patient bore. In one embodiment, that patient bore consists of two concentric cylinders separated by spacers running either longitudinally or helically. In another embodiment of the present invention, fluid may ...


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Michael Ben Sellers, Tomas Duby, Neil Clarke, Anthony Mantone: Acoustically damped gradient coil. GE Medical Systems Global Technology Company, McAndrews Held & Malloy, Peter J Vogel, Michael A Dellapenna, June 27, 2006: US07068033 (23 worldwide citation)

A magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) device includes an inner gradient coil assembly proximate a patient positioning area, an outer gradient coil assembly proximate a magnet assembly, and a damping layer sandwiched between the inner and outer gradient coil assemblies.


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Neil Clarke, John R G Lane: Method for applying a protective coating. Bio Kil Chemicals, Kane Dalsimer Sullivan Kurucz Levy Eisele and Richard, March 7, 1989: US04810453 (15 worldwide citation)

A method for lining a pipe such as a sewer pipe by applying to the interior of the pipe a layer of a settable composition including a mixture of one or more organic resins with one or more inorganic filling materials, thereafter covering the surface of the said layer with sheet material and thereaft ...


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Stefan Jäfverström, Neil Clarke: Purification process. Feralco, Gauthier & Connors, May 17, 2005: US06893474 (13 worldwide citation)

In a method of purifying an aluminium salt from a first aqueous aluminium salt solution of a raw material containing impurities, which comprise salts of at least one more noble metal than aluminium dissolved therein, a method of purifying a metal salt from inorganic impurities in an aqueous solution ...


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Alex Palkovich, John Bird, Neil Clarke: Superconductive magnet for magnetic resonance systems. Elscint, Greenblum & Bernstein, September 3, 1996: US05551243 (4 worldwide citation)

A super conducting magnet system for magnetic resonance systems comprising at least one radiation shield. Temperature sensors, an external refrigeration system and a controller are provided for maintaining said at least one shield at a constant temperature by heating the shield and reducing the heat ...


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Neil Clarke, John Harris Newton: Processes for the treatment of acidic liquors and for the production of commercial products thereby. Laporte, Klauber & Jackson, September 1, 1998: US05800716 (2 worldwide citation)

A process for the treatment of aqueous acidic liquors containing dissolved aluminum and/or iron compounds to produce an aluminum and/or iron sulfate water-treatment product is characterized by the combination of steps comprising contacting the liquor with a basic material capable of reacting with th ...


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Neil Clarke: Magnet vent assembly apparatus. General Electric Company, Cantor Colburn, April 10, 2007: US07201003 (2 worldwide citation)

A magnet vent assembly for venting a cryogenic gas from a superconducting magnet of an MRI system. The assembly comprises: a first burst disc, the first burst disc comprising a first inlet and a first outlet; a second burst disc, the second burst disc comprising a second inlet coupled to the first i ...