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Robert L Boyd, Richard Krukowski, Daniel Y Gezari: Muscle exercise and rehabilitation apparatus. Biodex Corporation, Cobrin & Godsberg, September 8, 1987: US04691694 (142 worldwide citation)

A muscle exercise and rahabilitation apparatus includes a movable fixture against which a force can be applied; a servo motor having an output shaft coupled to the fixture; a strain gauge effectively coupled between the output shaft and the fixture for producing a load signal corresponding to the fo ...


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Robert L Boyd: Exercise dynamometer. Boyd Control Systems, Lerner David Littenberg Krumholz & Mentlik, December 7, 1993: US05267925 (23 worldwide citation)

An exercise machine utilizes a mechanical brake to provide the principal resistance. A dynamoelectric machine has its rotor connected to the flywheel of the exercise machine and its stator rotatably mounted to the apparatus frame and connected to the actuation input of the mechanical brake. The torq ...


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Robert L Boyd, David C Hamilton, Wilmer E Wood, Joseph Fleming, Raymond Wegmann: Electrical mounting means for thermal conduction. Ramsey Controls, Mel K Silverman, Mahendra A Gandhi, March 18, 1980: US04193444 (9 worldwide citation)

The present invention constitutes an electrical mounting and conduction means having a support element having a generally U-shaped interior surface, the base of the exterior of the support element being in thermal contact with a heat dissipating surface; a carrier element having a generally U-shaped ...


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Robert L Boyd, Joseph W Fleming: Current regulator for DC motors including sensitivity control means therefor. Ramsey Controls, Mel K Silverman, Mahendra A Gandhi, July 29, 1980: US04215383 (8 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to an electrical circuit for current regulation in DC motors including a sensitivity control means therefor. The circuit includes a means for sensing a predetermined current level in the load of a DC motor. In combination therewith is a subcircuit for cutting-off the lo ...


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Robert L Boyd: Apparatus and method for fragmenting and re-mixing agglomerated pieces of rubberized asphalt material. R Michael West, August 31, 2010: US07785033 (2 worldwide citation)

An apparatus and method for fragmenting and re-mixing agglomerated pieces of rubberized asphalt prior to applying same to a road surface. Agglomerated pieces and rubberized asphalt material are delivered to the upper portion of a housing. In a first embodiment, an auger and tine assembly having a co ...


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Robert L Boyd: Apparatus and method for re-mixing segregated material. R Michael West, Boutin Dentino Gibson DiGiusto Hodell & West, November 19, 2002: US06481922 (1 worldwide citation)

An apparatus and a method for re-mixing size and weight segregated Hot Mix Asphalt (“HMA”) which is continuously discharging from a windrow elevator. The apparatus includes an auger assembly having first and second helical auger sections, mounted in spaced relation over respective ends of an auger c ...


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Robert L Boyd: Apparatus and method for re-mixing segregated material. R Michael West Esq, Boutin Dentino Gibson, October 24, 2002: US20020154949-A1

An apparatus and a method for re-mixing size and weight segregated Hot Mix Asphalt (“HMA”) which is continuously discharging from a windrow elevator. The apparatus includes an auger assembly having first and second helical auger sections, mounted in spaced relation over respective ends of an auger c ...


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Robert L Boyd: Apparatus and method for fragmenting and re-mixing agglomerated pieces of rubberized asphalt material. R Michael West, Law Offices Of R Michael West, May 28, 2009: US20090136295-A1

An apparatus and method for fragmenting and re-mixing agglomerated pieces of rubberized asphalt prior to applying same to a road surface. Agglomerated pieces and rubberized asphalt material are delivered to the upper portion of a housing. In a first embodiment, an auger and tine assembly having a co ...