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Dr Raj C Thiagarajan ATOA Scientific Technologies Dr Raj C Thiagarajan ATOA Scientific Technologies
Chaudhari Tansen Dhanahjay Gok, Theethira Poovanna Kushalappa, Jaarda Eric Jon, Thiagarajan Chinniah, Shuler Stephen: Energy absorbing articles. Gen Electric, January 4, 2006: EP1612108-A1 (2 worldwide citation)

An article comprises a plurality of auxetic structures (10) wherein the auxetic structures are of size greater than about 1mm. The article also comprises at least one cell boundary (20) that is structurally coupled (22,24) to the auxetic structures. The cell boundary is configured to resist a deform ...


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Craig Allen
Larry Gene Hughes Jr, Ryan Van Voorhis, Akira Miyazaki, Craig Allen Markusic, Christopher Mampe, Takayuki Sugama, Peter J Cardimen: Impact absorbing armrest for a motor vehicle. Honda Motor, Plumsea Law Group, May 8, 2012: US08172311 (9 worldwide citation)

A collision absorption system including a collapsing armrest. The armrest is configured to provide support for vertical loading during use. During a side impact collision, the armrest is configured to deform or collapse in a lateral direction. The collapsing armrest may include multiple layers with ...


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Craig Allen
Larry Gene Hughes Jr, Ryan Van Voorhis, Akira Miyazaki, Craig Allen Markusic, Christopher Mampe, Takayuki Sugama, Peter J Cardimen: Impact absorbing armrest for a motor vehicle. Honda Motor, Plumsea Law Group, August 17, 2010: US07775584 (7 worldwide citation)

A collision absorption system including a collapsing armrest. The armrest is configured to provide support for vertical loading during use. During a side impact collision, the armrest is configured to deform or collapse in a lateral direction. The collapsing armrest may include multiple layers with ...


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Craig Allen
Larry Gene Hughes JR, Ryan Van Voorhis, Akira Miyazaki, Craig Allen Markusic, Christopher Mampe, Takayuki Sugama, Peter J Cardimen: Impact Absorbing Armrest For A Motor Vehicle. Honda Motor, Plumsea Law Group, November 4, 2010: US20100276957-A1

A collision absorption system including a collapsing armrest is disclosed. The armrest is configured to provide support for vertical loading during use. During a side impact collision, the armrest is configured to deform or collapse in a lateral direction. The collapsing armrest may include multiple ...


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Craig Allen
Desaraju V Varaprasad, Mingtang Zhao, Craig Allen Dornan, Anoop Agrawal, Pierr Marc Allemand, Niall R Lynam: Vehicular exterior mirror. Donnelly Corporation, Van Dyke Gardner Linn & Burkhart, April 24, 2008: US20080094685-A1

An exterior mirror suitable for use in a vehicular exterior rearview mirror assembly includes a reflective mirror element having a light transmitting substrate with a mirror reflector having a metallic reflective layer coated thereon. A visual indicator display is disposed to the rear of the light t ...


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Dr Raj C Thiagarajan ATOA Scientific Technologies
Chaudhari Tansen D, Thiagarajan Chinniah, Theethira Poovanna K, Shuler Stephen, Jaarda Eric J: Energy absorbing article. General Electric Co &Lt Ge&Gt, March 16, 2006: JP2006-071093

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide an energy absorbing system capable of reducing weight and volume and having better resistance property to deformation and higher collision impact energy absorbing property than currently available energy absorbing systems to meet today's rigorous safety standards whi ...


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Dr Raj C Thiagarajan ATOA Scientific Technologies
Chaudhari Tansen D, Thiagarajan Chinniah, Theethira Poovanna K, Shuler Stephen, Jaarda Eric J: Energy absorbing articles. Gen Electric, yuan chaohui, January 4, 2006: CN200510081042

An article comprises a plurality of auxetic structures (10) wherein the auxetic structures are of size greater than about 1mm. The article also comprises at least one cell boundary (20) that is structurally coupled (22,24) to the auxetic structures. The cell boundary is configured to resist a deform ...


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Sanjay Kotha
Ramachandran Radhakrishnan, Sanjay Kotha, Tirumalai S Sudarshan: Method and airbag inflation apparatus employing magnetic fluid. Materials Modification, Dinesh Agarwal P C, March 7, 2006: US07007972 (7 worldwide citation)

An airbag inflation apparatus includes a chamber for generating a gas to inflate an airbag. A valve, including a magnetic fluid and a source of magnetic field, preferably an electromagnet, is associated with the chamber for regulating the flow of the gas into the airbag. A sensor determines and feed ...


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