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Stahmer Bernhardt: Pleated extensible carriage for conveying flowable energy therealong. March 20, 1973: US3721260 (13 worldwide citation)

There is described herein a pleated carriage longitudinally extensible along and guidable by a tracking means and adapted to convey in conduit and other pleated paths therealong flowable energy sources to reciprocating machines. The longitudinally extensible pleated carriage comprises for consecutiv ...


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Stahmer Bernhardt: Bus bar housing and runway for electrical collector head. June 29, 1971: US3590173 (12 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to an elongate bus bar housing and runway for the electrical collector head of a trolley system, wherein the collector head is adapted to travel along the elongate housing and runway and direct electrical energy externally from the electrified bus bar to an electrically motiva ...


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Stahmer Bernhardt: Helicopter column for supporting multiblade rotors and summit loads. March 16, 1971: US3570787 (10 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to a helicopter aircraft comprising a hollow fuselage and a stationary lofty upright column attached to the fuselage and extending loftily upwardly from the fuselage roof along a vertical axis, the lofty column being both adapted to rotatably support at least one substantially ...


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Stahmer Bernhardt, Opocensky Joseph F: Physical therapy device with versatile adjusting and mounting means. November 9, 1971: US3618595 (6 worldwide citation)

A physical therapy device for imparting rotary and reciprocating exercising motions to arms and legs of languid patients. There is a plurality of novel structural features rendering the physical therapy device versatile in providing valuable exercise for variously endowed patients and at various lev ...


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Stahmer Bernhardt: Controllably wound cable takeup reel. February 16, 1971: US3563481 (5 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to spool-type reel apparatuses for the controlled storage, unwinding, and rewinding of elongate flexible cable members, such as electrical conductor conduits and fluids conducting hoses, upon a substantially cylindrical contour of a rotatable spool that is dynamically maintain ...


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Stahmer Bernhardt: Rotary engine. August 3, 1971: US3597132 (2 worldwide citation)

A fluid-driven rotary engine comprising a rotor forwardly rotatable about a central axis and a lobed stator defining an elongated forwardly extending arcuate fluid chamber therebetween which has a fluid inlet port adjacent the stator lobe and a fluid outlet port remotely forwardly of the inlet port. ...


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Stahmer Bernhardt: Internal combustion engine. September 7, 1971: US3603091 (1 worldwide citation)

An internal combustion engine wherein successive finite gravimetric quantities of a gaseous thermally explodable medium are at periods of a given time interval compressed by a compression means through the closeable entrance port of a fixed partition wall into a constant volume explosion chamber whe ...