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William J Mouton Jr, David F Thompson: River turbine. Rollin D Morse, October 19, 1976: US03986787 (119 worldwide citation)

A turbine wheel on a horizontal shaft is coaxially mounted within a primary nozzle, for support in a river current below a platform carrying electrical power generation equipment. The turbine shaft and primary nozzle are submerged and oriented to enable flow of a portion of river current through the ...


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William J Mouton Jr, David F Thompson: Airship power turbine. Rollin D Morse, September 4, 1979: US04166596 (103 worldwide citation)

Power is mechanically transmitted from a tethered airship carrying wind turbines to electrical generators on the ground at the anchor point of the tether, by the use of endless power-transmission cables bridging between drive sheaves at the turbine wheels and driven sheaves at the generators. Tether ...


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William J Mouton Jr, David F Thompson: Submarine turbine power plant. Rollin D Morse, August 26, 1980: US04219303 (66 worldwide citation)

A power plant for the generation of electricity from the flow of water currents uses turbine wheels within nozzles submerged in the water current, anchored to the bottom of the water course, as for example, the ocean, and self-buoyed to a level well below the water surface. Pairs of counter-rotating ...


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William J Mouton Jr, David F Thompson: Turbine wheel with catenary blades. Rollin D Morse, June 20, 1978: US04095918 (53 worldwide citation)

A turbine wheel on a horizontal axis is coaxially mounted within a primary nozzle, for support in a fluid current below a platform carrying electrical power generation equipment. The turbine wheel and primary nozzle are submerged and oriented to enable flow of a portion of fluid current through the ...


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David F Thompson, William J Mouton Jr: Fluid current turbine with flexible collectors. Rollin D Morse, May 24, 1977: US04025220 (29 worldwide citation)

A fluid-current energy-conversion plant, especially useful for electricity generation, utilizing an axial flow turbine as the energy conversion element, has self-inflated flexible collector elements for capturing a portion of the fluid current, increasing its velocity, guiding at least some of each ...


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William J Mouton Jr: Hydraulic well derrick with cable lifts. C Emmett Pugh & Associates, October 9, 1979: US04170340 (16 worldwide citation)

As part of a well derrick system using pairs of elongated hydraulic cylinders mounted on the derrick face for well pipe elevating, in which an equalizer beam bridges the cylinder ram heads to maintain equality of advance of the rams, the beam being pivoted on a horizontal pivot above the ram heads, ...


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William J Mouton Jr: Hydraulic well derrick with cable lifts. C Emmett Pugh, July 27, 1982: US04341373 (13 worldwide citation)

As part of a well derrick system using pair of elongated hydraulic cylinders mounted on the derrick face for well pipe elevating, in which an equalizer beam bridges the cylinder ram heads to maintain equality of advance of the rams, the beam being pivoted on a horizontal pivot above the ram heads, t ...


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William J Mouton Jr: Deep underwater sphere. Watson Cole Grindle & Watson, January 25, 1977: US04004429 (10 worldwide citation)

A deep underwater sphere is constructed of a plurality of spherical sections. Each of these sections has a spherical shaped frame made of a plurality of radially arranged trusses with an outer metal shell and an inner metal shell attached to the frame. Adjacent sections are interconnected by connect ...


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David E Mouton, William J Mouton Jr: Downward energized motion jars. Downhole Research, Garvey Smith Nehrbass& Doody, January 15, 2002: US06338387 (4 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for jarring a portion of drill string lodged within a borehole, by jarring downhole using tension only, including a first member for attaching a first lower end of the apparatus to the upper end of the lodged tool or pipe through a threadable attachment; a second member for attaching a ...


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