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Darrel Bernard, Scott Paul F: Automatic sonic detection of chipped cutting tools. General Electric Company, Campbell Donald R, Cohen Joseph T, Squillaro Jerome C, February 19, 1974: US3793627 (32 worldwide citation)

A cutting tool wear signal is obtained in known manner by sensing the sonic vibrations generated by the cutting action and extracting the high frequencies indicative of cutting tool wear. A chipped tool causes a rapid increase or decrease in the gradually rising averaged tool wear signal. The detect ...


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Scott Paul F, Radecki Kenneth P, Tatge Robert B: Directive acoustic array for noise source localization. General Electric Company, December 25, 1973: US3781782 (8 worldwide citation)

A highly directive, curved broadside array and method for its use to measure noise originating in a localized region of a complex extended noise source such as a jet engine. The array is mounted for scanning at a predetermined range distant from the source, and comprises a single row of microphones ...


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Scott Paul F, Button Donald C, Reeves Charles B, Howerter Edward D: Wall thickness measurement apparatus.. Emhart, January 25, 1989: EP0300616-A1 (7 worldwide citation)

A capacitive probe (49; 304) for a wall thickness detector (50; 302) comprises a plurality of flexible capacitive elements (84, 86) and an elastomeric body (80; 312) supporting the flexible capacitive elements and biasing them against a dielectric body (15) at an inspection site (10; 300). A first m ...


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Claypool Mark P, Weber Gary C, Shay Timothy W, Scott Paul F: Code reader.. Emhart, February 24, 1988: EP0256804-A2 (5 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for reading code elements (113) which are relieved from a container (111). A source of light (170) projects normally at the code elements (113) while the container (111) is rotated by wheel (97) to sequentially illuminate each of the code elements (113). A sensor (140) receives light which ...


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Baker Russ J, Hansen Robert A, Scott Paul F, Vozenilek Edward F: Glass container inspection apparatus.. Emhart, April 11, 1990: EP0363114-A2 (4 worldwide citation)

A glass container inspection apparatus comprises a sensor (16) which produces a signal representative of the thickness of the wall of a container presented to it. An encoder is used which issues pulses related to the movement of the container past the sensor, and the signal is sampled with each puls ...


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Andersen Robert P, Scott Paul F, Vozenilek Edward F, Baker Russ J, Hansen Robert A: Glass container wall thickness inspection apparatus.. Emhart, April 11, 1990: EP0363115-A2 (2 worldwide citation)

An object, for example a glass bottle, has a dimension, for example its wall thickness, inspected by use of a capacitance sensor. A periodic voltage is generated by a measuring oscillator whose frequency is representative of the sensed capacitance, and a voltage representative of the dimension of th ...


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Braithwaite David, Walker Richard Alan, Scott Paul F, Bystrianyk Wasyl, Douglas Robert J: Electro-pneumatic actuator for glassware forming machine. Emhart, March 12, 1986: GB2164094-A (1 worldwide citation)

An actuator for use in or with a glassware forming machine for pneumatically driving a member through a predetermined path, such member being, in one embodiment, a pusher cylinder (24) for moving one or more glassware articles through a predetermined arcuate path. The velocity of the piston 40 is co ...


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Baker Russ J, Hansen Robert A, Scott Paul F, Vozenilek Edward F: Glass container inspection apparatus.. Emhart, April 11, 1990: EP0363113-A2 (1 worldwide citation)

A glass container inspection apparatus for measuring the thickness of a wall of a container comprises a capacitative sensor (16) which is arranged to take a selected number of readings around the periphery of the wall of the container. The container may be rejected if the wall thickness is greater t ...


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Scott Paul F: Glass container wall thickness inspection apparatus.. Emhart, April 11, 1990: EP0363116-A2 (1 worldwide citation)

A signal representative of the capacitance of a portion of the wall of a glass bottle is produced by a capacitive sensor. This signal is passed to a computer as a voltage signal which is converted empirically to represent the wall thickness according to the formula where T is the wall thickness C is ...


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Dickson Peter, Scott Paul F: Induction-heating of rail head part with non-uniform longitudinal temperature distribution. Inductotherm, April 23, 2009: JP2009-084691 (1 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide an apparatus and a method for wholly uniforming the cross-sectional temperature in the rail head part in the whole length of the rail by induction-heating preceding to a hardening-treatment to the rail coming out from a hot-rolling facility.SOLUTION: The apparatus an ...