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Majid Alavi
Anders Helmner, Orjan Christoffersson, Majid Alavi: Netting arrangement for a cargo hold, in particular in an airplane, and an adapter therefor. Telair International, Barnes & Thornburg, October 1, 2013: US08545149

The present invention concerns a netting arrangement for a cargo hold, in particular in an airplane, comprising: at least one netting including a plurality of fixation points preferably formed on an edge side, a plurality of fixation points formed on the cargo hold side, and at least one adapter for ...


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Neumeier Erich, Ritzl Antal, Siegrist Max, Destefani Giorgio: Railway wagon underframe.. Alusuisse, April 16, 1986: EP0178258-A1 (126 worldwide citation)

A self-supporting underframe of a railway goods wagon has sole bars and bottom booms arranged on both longitudinal sides. In order to reduce weight and to facilitate assembly and any repairs which may occur, the sole bars (2) and the bottom booms (3) are formed from elongate aluminium extruded profi ...


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Peter M Wackerle, Franz Sperber, Josef Grober: Composite vehicle body having sandwich panels integrally formed with frame parts to form individual body modules which are connected to other body modules to form the vehicle body. Messerschmitt Bolkow Blohm, Kenyon & Kenyon, August 27, 1991: US05042395 (84 worldwide citation)

A rail vehicle body consisting of a support frame and sandwich parts attached thereto having an outer and an inner cover layer and supporting layer glued in between them, comprises, with a view to cost-effective fabrication and above all reduction of assembly cost, individually made body modules whi ...


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Michifumi Takeichi, Sumio Okuno, Masato Okazaki, Morishige Hattori: Railway car body structures. Hitachi, Antonelli Terry Stout & Kraus, August 25, 1992: US05140913 (74 worldwide citation)

A railway car body structure has a panel assembly forming at least part of a side, the roof, an end or the floorplate. Each panel has inner and outer spaced metal sheets and a cellular metal core bonded to the sheets and maintaining them spaced apart. To join the panels, a metal connecting member is ...


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Arturo Pompei, Alan C Oldershaw, Albert S Ballard, Bruce S Elting: Aircraft cabin system for selectivley locating interior units. The Boeing Company, Christensen O Connor Johnson & Kindness, January 28, 1992: US05083727 (74 worldwide citation)

An aircraft cabin system is provided in an aircraft for selectively locating interior units such as galleys and lavatories. The system includes floor fittings in the wall panels that secure the units to seat tracks that run the length of the fuselage. Some units are provided with tie-down bars that ...


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Aota Kinya, Takenaka Tsuyoshi, Ishimaru Yasuo: Panel structure, a friction welding method, and a panel. Hitachi, September 24, 1997: EP0797043-A2 (72 worldwide citation)

This invention provides a configuration of a joint that allows a satisfactory welded joint to be formed with reduced deformation of the joint region when two-face structures (panels) are friction-welded end to ends The panels 31, 32 each have two substantially parallel plates 33, 34 and a third memb ...


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Ronald L Lawrence, Mark R Miller: Dual liquid spraying assembly. Mark R Miller, Steven J Berling, Brown Martin Haller & McClain, April 23, 1991: US05009342 (72 worldwide citation)

A dual liquid spraying assembly comprises an outer container containing at least two separate compartments for two different liquids, a spray pump dispenser for mounting on the outlet of the container, and a valve assembly mounted between the compartments and the spray pump dispenser for controlling ...


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James A Fenner: Cargo tie-down system. The Boeing Company, Joan H Pauly, December 23, 1986: US04630982 (69 worldwide citation)

A receptacle (10) is incorporated into the floor (2) of an aircraft cargo compartment. Receptacle (10) has a socket (12) that receives a head (30) of a stud (24). Shaft (26) of stud (24) extends through panel (6). Nut (70) is threadedly tightened onto shaft (26) to secure panel (6) thereto. Nut (70) ...


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Clark Edwin E, Florig Albert J: Convertible hopper vehicle. Bulk Liner Corporation, September 4, 1973: US3756469 (64 worldwide citation)

A carrier unit adapted to be converted into a bulk material carrier generally including a container having a floor, the floor having at least one floor section movable to a selected position providing a surface inclined toward an opening in the floor formed by the removal and positioning of the floo ...


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Gerald Falbel: Evacuated dual glazing system. Joseph Levinson, November 9, 1976: US03990201 (63 worldwide citation)

An evacuated dual pane window structure is provided for reducing heat loss through the window structure. The window structure comprises a pair of closely spaced panes of glass having a spacing of less than 0.25 inch with a spacer means positioned between and uniformly spaced in the area between the ...



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