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Denise A Blauch, Steven A Young, Rex B Gosnell, Virgil W Jainicke, Lawrence E Swarts: Method and apparatus for the continuous production of cross-plied material. December 22, 1992: US05173138 (42 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a method and apparatus for the automated production of a cross-plied material, preferably for structural or anti-ballistics end use. The apparatus comprises means for advancing a first, continuous ply of material into a cross-plying zone; means for sequentially laying ...


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Allen L Price, Steven A Young: Ballistic vest. Safariland, Christie Parker & Hale, July 27, 1999: US05926842 (34 worldwide citation)

A ballistic vest of the soft body armor type comprises a plurality of overlying first flexible layers arranged in a stack on a strike side of the vest and a plurality of overlying second flexible layers arranged in a stack on a body side of the vest. One of the first or second flexible layers compri ...


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Waldemar E Kozakiewicz, David K Potter, Steven A Young: Moisture-curable modified acrylic copolymer sealant composition. Tremco Incorporated, Calfee Halter & Griswold, January 6, 1998: US05705561 (23 worldwide citation)

A crosslinkable acrylic copolymer sealant composition has a stabilized viscosity in that the viscosity does not unduly increase nor does the material gel on storage for periods of time up to and including one year. The stabilized viscosity is unexpectedly achieved by adding moisture scavengers eithe ...


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Kevin S McCarter, Steven A Young, Pamela K Laws: Textured ballistic article. AlliedSignal, Renee J Rymarz, Melanie L Brown, October 22, 1996: US05567498 (19 worldwide citation)

An article that includes at least two networks of high strength fibers and a matrix material which impregnates the high strength fibers to form a composite element having a first plane profile and a second plane profile, wherein at least one of the first and second plane profiles has on its surface ...


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David S Cordova, David R Coffin, Stanley D Lazarus, Steven A Young: Fiber for reinforcing plastic composites and reinforced plastic composites therefrom. Allied Signal, William H Thrower, August 15, 1989: US04857405 (4 worldwide citation)

A high tenacity fiber for reinforcing plastic composites, the fiber being selected from the group consisting of polyester, aliphatic polyamide, and combinations thereof. The fiber is treated with a composition comprising an aqueous solution of carboxyl-terminated, oil-free alkyd resins based on an a ...


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Edward J Buyalos, Hugh H Rowan, Steven A Young, David Pendlebury: Reactor. Allied Corporation, February 21, 1984: US04432940 (2 worldwide citation)

In a reactor, for the continuous polymerization of feed materials to higher viscosity process fluid, comprising a vertical, hollow vessel having an inlet for the introduction of feed materials, an outlet for the discharge of process product and an exhaust for reaction vapors; and means for heating t ...


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Richard W Stover, Frederick T Proper, Steven A Young: Melt pump seal with vacuum housing. Allied Corporation, May 8, 1984: US04447061

A method and apparatus for preventing fluid leakage through a sealing mechanism of a melt pump into a vessel during the period of establishing a vacuum therein and increasing the viscosity of the material fed thereto. The method includes enclosing in a fluid-tight relationship the area of fluid leak ...


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David S Cordova, David R Coffin, Stanley D Lazarus, Steven A Young: Fiber for reinforcing plastic composites and reinforced plastic composites therefrom. Allied Signal, November 14, 1989: US04880871

A high tenacity fiber for reinforcing plastic composites, the fiber being selected from the group consisting of polyester, aliphatic polyamide, and combinations thereof. The fiber is treated with a composition comprising an aqueous solution of carboxyl-terminated, oil-free alkyd resins based on an a ...