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Improvements in or relating to wind shoots. Robert Henry Coggan, August 7, 1924: GB219781-A (47 worldwide citation)

219,781. Coggan, R. H. June 18, 1923. Wind-scoops. - A collapsable wind-scoop for ships' port-holes is hinged so that it may be swung aside when not required for use. As shown, the device comprises a cylindrical frame 9 carrying a number of semi-cylindrical telescopic sections 10, 11, 12, the inner ...


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Balaguer Rodolfo Rodriguez: Outboard motor unit. November 21, 1972: US3703642 (33 worldwide citation)

An outboard motor unit for use on small boats and having a primary propulsion engine connected through a clutch to the propeller shaft and an electric motor aligned with and connected to the propeller shaft. The electric motor is connected to a battery through a switch operatively connected to the e ...


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William B Harris: Desiccant cartridge for fuel tank vent line. Michael Best & Friedrich, July 7, 1987: US04677929 (31 worldwide citation)

A desiccant container is removably connected to the vent line of a fuel tank of a boat or the like to prevent accumulation of moisture in the fuel tank.


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Jarnot Frank R: Readily installed vent for flexible cover panel. O Brien Clarence A, Jacobson Harvey B, July 1, 1975: US3892169 (26 worldwide citation)

A backing frame is provided for disposition about an opening provided for ventilation in a flexible cover panel with the backing frame disposed against the inside surface of the cover panel. A mounting body defining an opening therethrough and including a peripheral flange is disposed on the outer s ...


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Richard A Locke: Automatic control of engine compartment ventilation. Boat Safe Products, Chernoff Vilhauer McClung & Stenzel, February 12, 1991: US04991532 (18 worldwide citation)

An automatic fan controller for energizing a ventilation fan motor to eliminate fuel fumes from an engine compartment of a motorboat. A relay which provides electrical power to the motor of the ventilating fan when energized is controlled by an electronic circuit responsive to engine ignition circui ...


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Hayden Arthur G: Vapor detector safety system. Fryer Tjensvold Phillips & Lempio, January 29, 1974: US3789231 (18 worldwide citation)

A combustible vapor detector system providing both a proportional visual reading and a simultaneous switching function in a common instrument includes a meter relay and a vapor sensor remotely located in a compartment likely to have an accumulation of combustible vapors which operably coupled to the ...


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SAKAGUCHI YUSUKE: 排熱回収システムの制御装置 (JA), Control device for waste heat recovery system (EN). Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Takahashi Matsumoto & Partners Intellectual Property, July 1, 2010: WO/2010/074173 (17 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a control device for a waste heat recovery system which enables improvement in the responsiveness of the output control for a power turbine and a steam turbine with respect to sudden changes in the inboard load. The control device for a waste heat recovery system is equipped with: a pow ...


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Kaufman Bernard, Kitovich William: Gasoline engine and electric motor system for boats or the like. King Leonard H, May 21, 1974: US3812379 (17 worldwide citation)

A combination propulsion system for boats or the like is provided comprising a first, gasoline engine, a second, electric motor and means for coupling the motor to the engine whereby the electric motor may be reversed and used as a generator when the gasoline engine is running for recharging a batte ...


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Adler Ralph Michael: Marine refrigeration, freezing and cool storage systems. March 20, 1973: US3721104 (17 worldwide citation)

A refrigeration, freezing and/or storage system for use on marine vessels having insulated enclosures or cabinets comprises a plurality of components which may be flexibly located depending upon the size and available space in any particular boat or ship, the system comprising a compressor, nonelect ...


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Halfon Albert: Undersea life support system. Air Reduction Company Incorporated, September 12, 1972: US3690040 (17 worldwide citation)

A life support system for an undersea habitat which derives oxygen and potable water directly from the sea, without connection to shore or supply ships. Dissolved gases including oxygen and nitrogen, are stripped from sea water by passing a stream thereof in counter-current with rising steam derived ...



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