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Carl McVey
Mcvey Carl, Owen John Robert: A hook arrangement.. Rwo Marine Equip, February 14, 1990: EP0354327-A1 (3 worldwide citation)

A hook arrangement for use when mooring a boat comprises a hook (1) defining a mouth (6), a gate (8) mounted upon the hook and movable between a first position in which it extends across the mouth so that the mouth is closed and a second, alternative position in which it is displaced from the mouth ...


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Carl McVey
Mcvey Carl: Boat bailing device. R W O, April 4, 1990: GB2223202-A

A bailing device for a boat comprises means defining an aperture 6 adapted to constitute an outlet through the hull of the boat, a resiliently deformable member 22 which, in a first condition, extends across the aperture to close the outlet and actuating means 11 for deforming the resilient member t ...


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Webster John L: Road construction and panel for making same. Reynolds Metal Company, January 7, 1975: US3859000 (244 worldwide citation)

A road construction comprised of a plurality of identical invertible polygonal panels with each panel comprising a plurality of single piece peripheral frame members fixed together to define a polygonal configuration and each of the members having a roughly L-shaped projection extending therefrom wh ...


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Gaudencio A Labrador: Scavenger energy converter system its new applications and its control systems. December 11, 2001: US06327994 (144 worldwide citation)

What has been invented is a series of scientific applications of the wideface energy converter device, be it in the form of a wideface solar heat receiver or a wideface fluid impeder device. The wider is the solar heat receiver, the more solar power is available for conversion. The wider is the sail ...


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Takeo Yoshiji, Kuniaki Okuma: Vacuum wall walking apparatus. Honda Giken Kogyo Kabushiki Kaisha, Merchant Gould Smith Edell Welter & Schmidt P A, November 24, 1998: US05839532 (105 worldwide citation)

A vacuum wall walking apparatus includes an annular body frame, a plurality of leg mechanisms extending downward from the body frame, and a plurality of suction cups attached to fore ends of the respective legs. The body frame is composed of a flexible member. The body frame thus constructed is bend ...


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Regis Foret: Tubular material based on a fabric-reinforced resin, and a bicycle or similar vehicle frame constructed with such a material. Technique du Verre Tisse, Parkhurst & Oliff, April 14, 1987: US04657795 (104 worldwide citation)

A tubular material based on a fabric reinforced resin, said material comprising layed up fabric layers, the inside and outside layers consisting of bidirectional braided sheaths, said latter two layers sandwiching an intermediate, unidirectional braid consisting primarily of parallel, longitudinal y ...


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Emil J Hlinsky, Stephen W Simek: Automatic container securement device with a spring biased, cam surfaced head. MacLean Fogg Company, Mason Kolehmainen Rathburn & Wyss, December 2, 1986: US04626155 (99 worldwide citation)

A device for automatically securing a cargo container to a support such as a deck of a vehicle or a second container with which the first container is to be stacked. The device includes a base having a projecting shear block received in the locking opening of the container. A head rotates between an ...


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Fernand L Michaud Jr: Adjustable interlocking telescopic handle and arm assembly. Northeast Marine, Mattern Ware Stoltz & Fressola, December 27, 1988: US04793646 (92 worldwide citation)

By providing at least two elongated, telescopically engaged tube members which incorporate therein a spring biased, dual locking pin structure in combination with tube aligning and centralizing zones, a unique, adjustable handle and arm assembly is achieved which is capable of being easily moved int ...


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Wintz Donald E: Beverage container receptacle and clamp. Aladdin Manufacturing Company, May 22, 1973: US3734439 (92 worldwide citation)

A device for holding beverage containers, such as cans, bottles and glasses, in an upright position, mountable on an inclined tubular section such as a golf cart handle or a boat railing. A beverage container receptacle is detachably connected by clip means to angularly adjustable clamp means of the ...


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Bonsor Nigel, Thornton John, Spillman Brian W: Method and system for interacting with floating objects. Octec, Vosper Thornycroft, December 1, 1993: GB2267360-A (90 worldwide citation)

A ship's quarters are provided with orthogonal arrays of four light sources 10 to permit a CCD camera (22, figure 2) on a crane to monitor the motion of the ship in six degrees of freedom in real time. As shown in figure 2, data is passed to an image analyser (30) which first acquires and then track ...



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