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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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Dan Miller
Jeffrey W Hamstra, Daniel N Miller, Kerry B Ginn: System, method, and apparatus for pulsed-jet-enhanced heat exchanger. Lockheed Martin Corporation, Bracewell & Giuilani, April 2, 2013: US08408281

A pulsed-jet active flowfield control actuation system enhances the rate of heat transfer and heat removal in a heat exchanger for better management of thermal loads. The pulsed jet actuators impart an unsteady component of velocity to the working fluid of the heat exchanger. This design increases t ...


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Dan Miller
Neal D Domel, Dan J Baruzzini, Daniel N Miller: Passive Robust Flow Control Micro Device. Lockheed Martin Corporation, March 1, 2012: US20120049008-A1

A tapered micro-plow, or a series of tapered micro-plows, are submerged in a boundary layer just upstream of a reflection point of an oblique shock. Each micro-plow develops a beneficial pair of vortices which redistribute high energy flow within the boundary layer such that flow separation is preve ...


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Patrick W Smith: Hand-held stun gun for incapacitating a human target. Taser International, Thomas G Watkins III, October 21, 2003: US06636412 (275 worldwide citation)

A hand-held stun gun incapacitates a human target by generating a series of powerful electrical output pulses across first and second spaced apart output terminals in response to closure of a trigger. A battery power supply includes an electronic switch, an energy storage capacitor and a transformer ...


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Hightower Robert E: Aircraft indicator system. Klarquist Sparkman Campbell Leigh Hall & Whinston, September 2, 1975: US3902687 (218 worldwide citation)

A tactile indicating system for aircraft includes a seat cushion provided with left and right vibrators which indicate to the pilot the deviation from a course selected via a radio navigational aid receiver. If the pilot is off course, one of the vibrators is actuated for indicating the corrective a ...


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Dennis E Ruzicka: Automated director light system for aerial refueling operations. The Boeing Company, Christensen O Connor Johnson & Kindness PLLC, May 18, 1999: US05904729 (180 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for generating visual information for an operator in a first aircraft and a pilot in a second aircraft regarding the second aircraft's position relative to a first aircraft. A 3-D camera system (72) generates a real time 3-D video image of the second aircraft. A selecting devi ...


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Harry L Task: Night vision compatible illumination for vehicle crewmember workspace. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Air Force, Donald J Singer, Gerald B Hollins, April 1, 1986: US04580196 (169 worldwide citation)

An arrangement for conveniently changing the illumination in an aircraft cockpit or other enclosure to a spectrum compatible with night vision infrared equipment including provision for easy return to the original illumination source. Selected LED elements are employed in multiple element arrays usi ...


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Daniel H Meggs, Herbert G Gross, John T Greenslade: Flexible elongated lighting system. Gulf & Western Manufacturing Co, Price Gess & Ubell, June 24, 1986: US04597033 (139 worldwide citation)

A lightweight emergency lighting system capable of arrangement into various subjective configurations is provided. A housing member supports a plurality of individual lighting elements mounted on a common semi-rigid bus bar. The upper configuration of the housing members is capable of a directional ...


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James R Moorehead: Nacelle assembly and mounting structures for a turbofan jet propulsion engine. The Boeing Company, Christensen O Connor Garrison & Havelka, August 30, 1977: US04044973 (117 worldwide citation)

A nacelle assembly including an inlet channel, an exterior cowl, a fan channel, and a turbine exhaust nozzle is directly mounted on a turbofan jet propulsion engine. The engine in turn is shock mounted directly on a strut, in turn affixed to an aircraft. A central portion of the outer cowl is hinged ...



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