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Dieter W Bauer: Power transmission and energy absorbing systems. The B F Goodrich Company, James E Brunton, September 29, 1981: US04291794 (129 worldwide citation)

A power transmission-energy absorption device and carbon composite friction facing material for use therein having superior friction characteristics. Through appropriate selection of the starting carbon substrate material and through precise control over the amount and character of pyrolytic carbon, ...


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Thomas E Brady, Santos W Go: Apparatus for forming heat treated blown thermoplastic articles. Owens Illinois, Charles S Lynch, M E Click, D H Wilson, November 11, 1980: US04233022 (106 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus are disclosed for developing a strain crystallized morphology in blowbottles of thermoplastic material by a heat treatment process subsequent to a blow molding operation. In a first embodiment, the blow mold itself includes means for differentially heating the blown article al ...


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Method and apparatus for forming heat treated blown thermoplastic articles. Owens Illinois, January 14, 1981: GB2050919-A (54 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus are disclosed for developing a strain crystallized morphology in blown bottles 25 of thermoplastic material by a heat treatment process subsequent to a blow molding operation. In a first embodiment, the blow mold 12 itself includes means for differentially heating the blown ar ...


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Daniel Shichman, Sung Whee Hong: Free curing rubber composition. Uniroyal, Thomas A Beck, June 22, 1976: US03965055 (52 worldwide citation)

A vulcanizable rubber is modified by the addition of a resin at a temperature above the melting point of said resin. Shaped articles are formed from the resulting blend and cured without restraining pressure at a temperature below the melting point of said resin. The resin portion is present in said ...


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Bedard Ronald L, Smith Johannsen Robert, Moyer Jr Wendell W: Method of forming self-limiting conductive extrudates. Raychem Corporation, Lyon & Lyon, October 21, 1975: US3914363 (52 worldwide citation)

Described herein are methods and articles obtained according to methods for insulatively jacketing thermoplastic extrudates of crystalline polymeric composition containing not more than about 15% by weight conductive carbon black, all without diminishing the low resistivity the extrudates otherwise ...


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Elmer F St Amand: Pipette and method of making same. John J Posta Jr, July 15, 1980: US04212204 (49 worldwide citation)

A pipette having an integral stem and bulb and produced from a blank of plastic, stretchable molded material, said molded blank having a section of smaller cross sectional area than the remainder of the blank and the method consisting of cold stretching the section to reduce its dimensions in order ...


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Robert R Luise: Process for treating anisotropic melt-forming polymeric products. E I Du Pont de Nemours and Company, January 15, 1980: US04183895 (49 worldwide citation)

Fibers with enhanced tenacity are prepared by heat treating oriented fibers from anisotropic-melt-forming linear aromatic and cycloaliphatic polymers, especially polyesters (including copolyesters), while said fibers are essentially relaxed, at temperatures near the flow temperature but sufficiently ...


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Irwin Charles Lewis, Edgar Ronald McHenry, Leonard Sidney Singer: Process for producing carbon fibers from mesophase pitch. Union Carbide Corporation, John S Piscitello, August 24, 1976: US03976729 (46 worldwide citation)

An improved process for producing carbon fibers from pitch which has been transformed, in part, to a liquid crystal or so-called "mesophase" state. According to the process, carbon fibers are produced from pitch wherein the mesophase content of the pitch has been formed while agitating the pitch so ...


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Alan Bornat, Roy M Clarke: Shaping process. Imperial Chemical, University of Liverpool, Cushman Darby & Cushman, August 24, 1982: US04345414 (44 worldwide citation)

A process for setting in a desired shape a product at least a portion of which comprises electrostatically spun fibres is disclosed. The process comprises maintaining the product in the desired shape at a temperature below the melding temperature of the electrostatically spun fibres. The desired sha ...


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Munzer Makansi: Apparatus for quenching melt-spun filaments. E I Du Pont de Nemours & Company, July 16, 1985: US04529368 (41 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for melt-spinning and cross-flow quenching of synthetic organic polymer filaments is improved by incorporation of a tubular delayed quench assembly extending from the spinneret and projecting into the cross-flow quench chimney. The projecting portion of the assembly is foraminous. An im ...