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James Hom, Hae won Choi, Tien Chih, Douglas E Werner, Norman Chow, Adrian Correa, Brandon Leong, Sudhakar Gopalakrishnan, Richard Grant Brewer, Mark McMaster, Girish Upadhya: Internal access mechanism for a server rack. Cooligy, Haverstock & Owens, June 29, 2010: US07746634 (39 worldwide citation)

The rear panel of an electronics enclosure includes one or more heat exchangers. The rear panel can be cooling door configured to provide access to the cables and equipment located within the electronics enclosure. Such access can be provided by swinging the door open on hinges like a standard door. ...


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Girish Upadhya, Mark Munch, Norman Chow, Paul Tsao, Douglas E Werner, Mark McMaster, Frederic Landry, Ian Spearing, Tim Schrader: Liquid cooling loops for server applications. Cooligy, Haverstock & Owens, October 6, 2009: US07599184 (30 worldwide citation)

Liquid-based cooling solutions used to transfer heat produced by one or more heat generating devices from one or more electronics servers to the ambient. Each electronics server includes one or more heat generating devices. Integrated onto each electronics server is a liquid based cooling system. Ea ...


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Norman Chow, Paul Tsao, Douglas E Werner, Mark McMaster, Girish Upadhya, Frederic Landry, Ian Spearing, Tim Schrader: Liquid cooling loops for server applications. Cooligy, Haverstock & Owens, May 26, 2009: US07539020 (30 worldwide citation)

A mounting system provides mechanisms and form factors for bringing a heat exchanger from a server rack into thermal contact with a heat exchanger from a electronics server. To ensure good thermal contact, pressure is applied between the two heat exchangers, the rejector plate and the chassis cold p ...


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Richard Grant Brewer, Norman Chow, James Hom: Methodology of cooling multiple heat sources in a personal computer through the use of multiple fluid-based heat exchanging loops coupled via modular bus-type heat exchangers. Cooligy, Haverstock & Owens, May 11, 2010: US07715194 (15 worldwide citation)

A cooling system is used to cool heat generating devices within a personal computer. The cooling system has a first fluid loop and an expandable array of one or more second fluid loops. For each of the second fluid loops, heat generating devices transfer heat to fluid flowing through corresponding h ...


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Adrian Correa, Tien Chih, James Hom, Gregory Shiomoto, Norman Chow, Brandon Leong, Richard Grant Brewer, Douglas E Werner, Mark McMaster: Device and methodology for the removal of heat from an equipment rack by means of heat exchangers mounted to a door. Cooligy, Haverstock & Owens, August 28, 2012: US08250877 (13 worldwide citation)

A cooling door assembly includes a frame and a cooling door coupled to the frame. The cooling door includes one or more heat exchangers. The frame is configured to mount to the back of a server rack or other electronics enclosure in such a manner that the cooling door opens to allow access to the el ...


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Muhammed Al Jiboory, Norman Chow, Cliff Low Dor Mui, Klaus H Oehr, Remy Stachowiak: Method for removal of films from metal surfaces using electrolysis and cavitation action. Dynamotive Corporation, Jensen & Puntigam P S, August 18, 1998: US05795460 (10 worldwide citation)

To remove films, such as oxides and lubricants, from a metal substrate, mechanical or thermal stress is first applied to the films so as to rupture the film to the substrate. The substrate is then moved through an electrolysis cell having one or more electrode elements of one electrical polarity spa ...


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Theodore A Gutfeldt, Norman Chow, Sarosh M Patel, Michael Caradonna: High fidelity electrical probe. Teradyne, September 6, 2005: US06940298 (4 worldwide citation)

A probe assembly for use with a calibration/validation robot to calibrate/validate a plurality of semiconductor tester channels is disclosed. The probe assembly includes a bracket adapted for mounting to the robot and a probe element for engaging test points disposed on the semiconductor tester chan ...


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Adrian Correa, Tien Chieh, James Hom, Gregory Shiomoto, Norman Chow, Brandon Leong, Richard Grant Brewer, Douglas E Werner, Mark McMaster: Device and methodology for the removal of heat from an equipment rack by means of heat exchangers mounted to a door. Liebert Corporation, Haverstock & Owens, March 29, 2016: US09297571 (1 worldwide citation)

A cooling door assembly includes a frame and a cooling door coupled to the frame. The cooling door includes multiple heat exchangers. The frame is configured to mount to the back of a server rack or other electronics enclosure in such a manner that the cooling door opens to allow access to the elect ...


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Douglas E Werner, James Hom, Tien Chih Lin, Norman Chow, Richard G Brewer, Brandon R Leong: Pumped refrigerant cooling system with 1+1 to N+1 and built-in redundancy. Liebert Corporation, Harness Dickey & Pierce, November 15, 2016: US09494371

A pumped refrigerant cooling system having cooling units with associated pumping units for providing working fluid to the cooling unit to enable cooling of a space. The pumped refrigerant cooling system also includes a redundant pumping unit which is activated when a primary pumping unit associated ...


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Norman Chow, Brian K Copeland, Erik D Gillow, Daniel A Green, David Kim, William S Masek, Donald Q Ross III, Chuan You Su, Mark E Wilcox: Adaptive machining for improving assembly fit of consumer electronics. Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice, September 30, 2014: US08849437

Methods and structures for manufacturing and assembling matching parts in a manufacturing line are described. In some embodiments, the parts are portions of a consumer product, such as an electronic device. The matching parts are manufactured and assembled in a way such that the interface between th ...



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