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Gus T Cook, Stephen K Holshouser, Richard M Coleman, Charles E Harless, Walter N Whinnery III: Method of removing polychlorinated biphenyl from oil. The United States of America represented by the United States Department of Energy, Edwin D Grant, Stephen D Hamel, Richard G Besha, June 7, 1983: US04387018 (21 worldwide citation)

Polychlorinated biphenyls are removed from oil by extracting the biphenyls into methanol. The mixture of methanol and extracted biphenyls is distilled to separate methanol therefrom, and the methanol is recycled for further use in extraction of biphenyls from oil.


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Richard M Coleman, Russell C McCrum: Process for qualifying accuracy of a numerically controlled machining system. The Boeing Company, Alston & Bird, November 16, 2004: US06819974 (14 worldwide citation)

Positioning errors of a numerically controlled machine and a fixture are related through a mathematical model to the statistical total error in the position of the machine tool, and maximum allowable amounts are assigned for each of the individual contributing factors to the total error. The relatio ...


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Richard M Coleman, Russell C McCrum: Method for assessing accuracy of positioning of a multi-axis numerically controlled machine. The Boeing Company, Alston & Bird, June 21, 2005: US06909517 (9 worldwide citation)

A method is provided for assessing accuracy of positioning a NC machine having a spindle that is movable along each of at least two mutually orthogonal translational axes. The method Includes creating a master flame of reference relative to the translational axes by moving the machine along first an ...


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Li C Chang, Richard M Coleman, Ronald J Steckman, Andrew M Huckey, Nicholas A Norman: Transport and assembly system and method for composite barrel segments. The Boeing Company, Parsons Behle & Latimer, July 29, 2014: US08789837 (4 worldwide citation)

A barrel assembly for a composite structure includes a barrel of composite material, a first end ring, and a mid support. The barrel of composite material has a first end, an interior surface and an outer surface, and the first end ring is removably attached to the first end. The first end ring has ...


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Li C Chang, Richard M Coleman, Ronald J Steckman, Andrew M Huckey, Nicholas A Norman: Edge stabilizing system and method for composite barrel segments. THE BOEING COMPANY, Parsons Behle & Latimer, December 25, 2018: US10160076

An edge stabilizer for a composite structure includes an elongate edge support segment, defining a geometric shape of an edge of the composite structure, and a connector, configured to attach the edge support segment to the edge of the composite structure. The edge support segment comprises first an ...


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Li C Chang, Richard M Coleman, Ronald J Steckman, Andrew M Huckey, Nicholas A Norman: Transport and assembly system and method for composite barrel segments. THE BOEING COMPANY, Parsons Behle & Latimer, October 24, 2017: US09796483

A barrel assembly for a composite structure includes a barrel of composite material, a first end ring, and a mid support. The barrel of composite material has a first end, an interior surface and an outer surface, and the first end ring is removably attached to the first end. The first end ring has ...


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Bobby Joe Marsh, Michael Anthony Lazar, Kinson D Vanscotter, Barry Theophile Cooke, Leonard S Bodziony, Richard M Coleman, Michael Marcus Vander Wel, Andrew S Olson, Douglas V Dorsey, Orval Marion Nobles: Aircraft enhanced reference system and method. THE BOEING COMPANY, Yee & Associates P C, January 24, 2017: US09551790

A method including placing first and second measurement devices proximate first and second aircraft doors, respectively, and determining a first position of the second measurement device relative to a second position of the first measurement device. The method includes placing first and second plura ...


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Richard M Coleman, Russell C McCrum: Method for assessing accuracy of positioning of a multi-axis numerically controlled machine. The Boeing Company, Alston & Bird, Bank Of America Plaza, February 24, 2005: US20050043849-A1

Positioning errors of a multi-axis numerically controlled machine and a flexible workpiece holding fixture are related through a mathematical model to the statistical total error in the position of the machine tool (e.g., a drill bit for drilling holes), and maximum allowable amounts are assigned fo ...