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Charles L Tilton, Donald E Tilton, Randal T Palmer, Tony E Hyde: Globally cooled computer system. Isothermal Systems Research, Lee & Hayes PLLC, December 30, 2008: US07469551 (21 worldwide citation)

A globally cooled computer system for providing liquid cooling to a plurality of electrical components. The globally cooled computer system includes an electronics unit having a plurality of electronics components attached to a plurality of cards and a card cage for providing structural support to t ...


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Tony E Hyde: Shock-absorbing bolt for a crossbow. BowTech, David S Alavi, October 7, 2014: US08852038 (17 worldwide citation)

A shock-absorbing bolt for a crossbow comprises a shaft, a forward flange, and a shock-absorbing mechanism coupled to the shaft or the forward flange. The forward flange is coupled to a forward end of the shaft and has a forward surface with a transverse area that is greater than about three times l ...


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Tony E Hyde, G Wilson Flint: Trigger mechanism for a crossbow. BowTech, David S Alavi, April 21, 2015: US09010308 (11 worldwide citation)

A trigger assembly for a crossbow comprises a string retainer and a trigger mechanism. The trigger assembly can further comprise a piston, a safety mechanism, a secondary safety mechanism, a bolt sensor, or a pair of rotating sears. The string retainer can comprise a pair of opposed jaws.


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Tony E Hyde: Method for reducing the size of a grouping pattern for a set of multiple bolts shot by a crossbow. BowTech, David S Alavi, September 30, 2014: US08845464 (11 worldwide citation)

Each bolt of a set has three vanes and a nock with three diametrical transverse grooves; each groove is perpendicular to a corresponding vane. Each bolt is shot at least three times with a crossbow, at least once with each one of the vanes extending downward into the rail slot of a crossbow. After n ...


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Tony E Hyde: Trigger mechanism for a crossbow. BowTech, David S Alavi, September 22, 2015: US09140516 (7 worldwide citation)

A trigger assembly for a crossbow comprises a string retainer and a trigger mechanism. The trigger assembly can further comprise a piston, a safety mechanism, a secondary safety mechanism, a bolt sensor, or a pair of rotating sears. The string retainer can comprise a pair of opposed jaws.


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Tony E Hyde, Nicholas C Obteshka: Adjustable pulley assembly for a compound archery bow. BOWTECH, David S Alavi, August 16, 2016: US09417028 (1 worldwide citation)

A pulley assembly for a compound bow comprises a draw cable pulley and a power module attached to the draw cable pulley and adjustable among one or more positions and two orientations. Changing the power module orientation at a given power module position alters the bow's draw force curve and stored ...


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Tony E Hyde: Shock-absorbing bolt for a crossbow. BowTech, David S Alavi, November 24, 2015: US09194672 (1 worldwide citation)

A shock-absorbing bolt for a crossbow comprises a shaft, a forward flange, and a shock-absorbing mechanism coupled to the shaft or the forward flange. The forward flange is coupled to a forward end of the shaft and has a forward surface with a transverse area that is greater than about three times l ...


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Charles L Tilton, Donald E Tilton, Randal T Palmer, Tony E Hyde: Globally cooled computer system. Dale Mohlenhoff, November 9, 2006: US20060250755-A1

A globally cooled computer system for providing liquid cooling to a plurality of electrical components. The globally cooled computer system includes an electronics unit having a plurality of electronics components attached to a plurality of cards and a card cage for providing structural support to t ...


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Charles L Tilton, Donald E Tilton, Tony E Hyde, Paul A Knight, Bryan M Darnton, Brian P Dunham: Manifold for a Two-Phase Cooling System. Neustel Law Offices, April 24, 2008: US20080093054-A1

A manifold for a two-phase cooling system for efficiently transferring coolant within a multi-phase cooling system. The manifold for a two-phase cooling system generally includes an extruded manifold having a supply chamber and a return chamber in thermal communication with one another to provide fo ...


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Charles L Tilton, Donald E Tilton, Randall T Palmer, Tony E Hyde: Globally cooled computer system. Isothermal Systems Research, June 2, 2011: US20110127014-A1

A globally cooled computer system for providing liquid cooling to a plurality of electrical components. The globally cooled computer system includes an electronics unit having a plurality of electronics components attached to a plurality of cards and a card cage for providing structural support to t ...