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Dr Raj C Thiagarajan ATOA Scientific Technologies
Chinniah Thiagarajan, Narayanaswamy Venkatesha: Load bearing structure and method of manufacture thereof. General Electric Company, General Electric Company, Global Research, June 22, 2006: US20060131437-A1

A load bearing structure configured to bear a load, the structure comprising a multiple cells. The load bearing structure has a length, a center, and a cell density, which varies at least along the length of the load bearing structure, which weighs at least 6 kg.


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Herbert A Wagner: Railroad track profile spacing and alignment apparatus. Gulton, Wallenstein Spangenberg Hattis & Strampel, August 9, 1977: US04040738 (92 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for sensing the profile, spacing and/or alignment of railroad tracks comprising one or more assemblies or pairs of range sensor units, preferably at least one directing a light image upon the top surface of a track rail and at least one directing a similar light image on the lateral side s ...


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Robert John Westrope, Bruce Edward Martin, John Bernard Lyons: Method and apparatus for an interactive on line catalog system for facilitating international, cross-border transactions. Hardware Street, Paul W Rader Fishman & Grauer Fish, October 19, 1999: US05968110 (81 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to an improved on-line interactive computerized catalog system and process for efficiently processing international, cross-border transactions in a manner substantially transparent to the user-customer.


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Robert P Rude, James D Stuart, Zigmunt Weglarz: Railroad material cart. ERS, Hodgson Russ Andrews Woods & Goodyear, December 5, 2000: US06155175 (67 worldwide citation)

A railroad vibratory system having a hopper, a shaker, a conveyor assembly and a handling device that fastens railroad material to secure a railroad track onto a railroad track system. The hopper releases the railroad material, through an aperture. The shaker oscillates the hopper so the railroad ma ...


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Alan C Abele: Self-propelled rail heater car with movable induction heating coils. Technical Rail Products Incorporated, Fay Sharpe Beall Fagan Minnich & McKee, April 5, 1994: US05299504 (65 worldwide citation)

A rail heater car for heating rails in a continuous track installation procedure is provided. The rail heater car includes a power generation arrangement for generating the power required for operation of the car. A drive system uses the generated power to propel the car along a set of rails in a tr ...


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Paul A Hakenewerth, Gene D Rohrer, Nils G Stalberg: Self-service transaction apparatus and method. International Business Machines Corporation, April 14, 1992: US05105069 (52 worldwide citation)

Transfer of articles of different types between article handling devices within the apparatus and the user outside of it is effected through a limited number of access ports by an article gripping and transporting robot that undergoes multi-directional translational movement and that is capable of g ...


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Slavos Koudelka: Monorail mountain slide. Le Blanc Nolan Shur & Nies, September 9, 1980: US04221170 (52 worldwide citation)

A monorail mountain coaster for recreational transportation along an inclined path on a hill or mountain comprising a channel disposed on and spaced from the path, a chassis frame moveable along the channel, a coaster shell resiliently mounted on the chassis frame, riding wheels rotatably mounted on ...


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Andrew T Martin: Cable crossover device. Trouper, Irving Keschner, March 17, 1992: US05095822 (50 worldwide citation)

An improved cable crossover device for protecting electrical cables from damage. The device is modular in design and comprises modular sections coupled together by a strengthened interlocking system which allows for a variable length device. The main modular section comprises a solid body of elastom ...


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Renker Hansjorg Dr: Crosstie.. Studer Fritz, September 11, 1985: EP0154259-A1 (46 worldwide citation)

The cross-ties or sleepers (8) between two rails (4) of a track installation consist of a mixture of sand, gravel or rubble as well as elastomer parts which are bonded using a synthetic resin binder. The proportion of elastomer can be greater at the bottom of the sleeper (8) than in the remainder of ...


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Pettit Marshall G: Ambulatory system. December 25, 1973: US3780663 (46 worldwide citation)

An ambulatory system for use by debilitated ambulatory patients and the like. The system consists of a track network including a primary track, which extends the length of communicating corridors, and a plurality of secondary tracks, each extending from a point in close proximity with the primary tr ...



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