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Arthur L Berman, Thomas M Lewis: Multiple image forming apparatus. Kaiser Aerospace & Electronics Corporation, Townsend and Townsend, January 22, 1991: US04987410 (95 worldwide citation)

A head-up display (HUD)/head-down display (HDD) system capable of projecting multi-color images employs cholesteric liquid crystal elements, two-state liquid crystal devices, an image source, a beam splitter, and a combiner to, in sequence, generate HUD and HDD images. An LCD and cholesteric liquid ...


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Thomas M Lewis, David I G Jones: Turbine engine damper. February 4, 2003: US06514040 (24 worldwide citation)

A damper that provides damping for turbine engines to reduce vibrations in the blades, vanes, shrouds, ducting, liner walls and/or other components of the turbine engine. The damper includes an air cavity in a blade, vane, shroud or other engine component and a material covering at least a portion o ...


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Thomas M Lewis, Michael L Parin: Vibration damping apparatus for windows using viscoelastic damping materials. Damping Technologies, Frederick H Gribbell, May 25, 2010: US07721844 (8 worldwide citation)

An improved vibration damping system is provided for use with window structures. The window damping system employs both air-film damping technology and viscoelastic damping materials to increase mechanical and/or acoustic vibration damping in window structures.


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Thomas M Lewis, Michael L Parin: Air-film vibration damping apparatus for windows. Damping Technologies, Frederick H Gribbell, May 14, 2013: US08439154 (5 worldwide citation)

An improved vibration damping apparatus is provided for use with window structures, including windows used in vehicles, aircraft, and spacecraft. The vibration damping system includes at least two separate layers of solid material that are typically substantially clear at visible wavelengths, in whi ...


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Thomas M Lewis: Method and apparatus for stabilizing a workpiece. Christopher J Capelli, September 6, 2005: US06938528 (5 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for supporting a molding article that is to be cut by a sawing device. The apparatus includes a bottom supporting surface having opposing front and rear edges and opposing first and second side edges. A first wall is included that is upstanding from the rear edge of the bottom supportin ...


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Thomas M Lewis, Michael L Parin: Air-film vibration damping apparatus for windows. Damping Technologies, Frederick H Gribbell, October 7, 2014: US08851423 (4 worldwide citation)

An improved vibration damping apparatus is provided for use with window structures, including windows used in vehicles, aircraft, and spacecraft. The vibration damping system includes at least two separate layers of solid material that are typically substantially clear at visible wavelengths, in whi ...


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Thomas M Lewis, Michael L Parin: Air-film vibration damping apparatus for windows. Damping Technologies, Frederick H Gribbell, December 27, 2011: US08082707 (3 worldwide citation)

An improved vibration damping apparatus is provided for use with window structures, including windows used in vehicles, aircraft, and spacecraft. The vibration damping system includes at least two separate layers of solid material that are typically substantially clear at visible wavelengths, in whi ...


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Thomas M Lewis: Apparatus for supporting molding pieces. Thomas M Lewis, October 20, 2009: US07603817 (1 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for supporting a molding piece such as a piece of chair molding or crown molding against a wall surface at a prescribed distance from a floor surface. The apparatus includes an elongate body having opposing first and second ends and a head assembly coupled to the first end of the elonga ...


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Thomas M Lewis: Method and apparatus for stabilizing a workpiece. Thomas M Lewis, July 31, 2003: US20030140745-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for supporting a molding article that is to be cut by a sawing device. The apparatus includes a bottom supporting surface having opposing front and rear edges and opposing first and second side edges. A first wall is included that is upstanding from the rear edge of the bottom supportin ...


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Thomas M Lewis, David IG Jones: Turbine engine damper. Daniel B Runk, October 25, 2001: US20010033793-A1

A damper that provides damping for turbine engines to reduce vibrations in the blades, vanes, shrouds, ducting, liner walls and/or other components of the turbine engine. The damper includes an air cavity in a blade, vane, shroud or other engine component and a material covering at least a portion o ...