Matthias Banzhaf, Wilhelm Baruschke, Juergen Barwig, Dieter Bauer, Jochen Eitel, Kurt Hauser, Werner Helms, Karl Lochmahr: Cooling system for a vehicle having an internal-combustion engine. BEHR & Co, Foley & Lardner, June 1, 1993: US05215044 (95 worldwide citation)

A cooling system for a vehicle having an internal-combustion engine has a plurality of cooling circuits with heat exchangers for each circuit. The temperatures of different cooling media are measured and processed in a switching device to form an output signal which serves to control a fan. In this ...

John F Foss: Cooling fan shroud. Board of Trustees operating Michigan State University, Brinks Hofer Gilson & Lione, June 9, 1998: US05762034 (94 worldwide citation)

A shroud for the cooling fan of a motor vehicle engine provides a circumferential axial flow of air between the fan blade tips and the shroud to improve fan efficiency and engine cooling. The shroud may include a circumferentially extending Coanda surface and adjacent circular throat which directs a ...

Paul Sagues, Peter Sagues: Combined housing and heat sink for electronic engine control system components. Mikuni Kogyo Kabushiki Kaisha, Owen Wickersham & Erickson, December 10, 1985: US04557225 (88 worldwide citation)

A housing assembly for retaining components of an electronic engine control system is disclosed. Components include electrical and sensor elements mounted on printed circuit boards including heat producing elements on a first board and logic, memory and processor elements together with sensors on a ...

Harold D Beck: Fan shroud structure. International Harvester Company, Frederick D Krubel, Floyd B Harman, December 6, 1977: US04061188 (84 worldwide citation)

A contoured shroud exit having means capable of producing low pressure vortices when a fan generated air stream is expelled therefrom.

Arthur E H Elmer: Automatic control valves. Dynair, Young & Thompson, December 4, 1979: US04176630 (81 worldwide citation)

The invention provides a pneumatic control system for a pneumatically operated clutch in the drive to a cooling fan of a vehicle engine. There are two thermostat valves arranged in series in the pneumatic control line. One valve is positioned in the supercharged air passage and the other valve is in ...

Maurice Alain, Clement Pierre: Engine fan, especially for a motor vehicle, fixed to supporting arms integral with the car body.. Peugeot Aciers Et Outillage, July 2, 1986: EP0186581-A1 (75 worldwide citation)

1. A motor-driven fan, particularly for a motor vehicle, consisting of an impeller (3) fixed to the shaft of an electric motor (2), the motor being fixed to radial supporting arms (5), the outer ends (10) of which are fixed by attachment means (11) to a frame (4) surrounding the electric motor and t ...

Beck Harold D: Fan shroud exit structure. International Harvester Company, Krubel Frederick J, Harman Floyd B, Schaerli John A, March 25, 1975: US3872916 (75 worldwide citation)

An internal combustion engine, having a heat exchange cooling system, a fan for moving air therethrough and a shroud and shroud exit section for controlling the air path. The shroud exit encloses the fan and includes throat (CF) radial expander (R) and radial flat (RF) sections whereby air is drawn ...

Sumio Susa, Akihito Tanaka, Tatsuo Sugimoto, Atsushi Katoh, Kazutaka Suzuki: Vehicular use cooling apparatus. Nippondenso, Cushman Darby & Cushman, October 11, 1994: US05353757 (74 worldwide citation)

A cooling apparatus for use in a vehicle is provided in which the cooling water of the water-cooled internal combustion engine is guided into a first portion of the radiator and the cooling water of another water-cooled apparatus such as a water-cooled innercooler of a super charger is guided into a ...

John W Evans: Boiling liquid cooling system for internal combustion engines. Evans Cooling Associates, Brumbaugh Graves Donohue & Raymond, December 23, 1986: US04630572 (72 worldwide citation)

A reduction of hot spots in the combustion chambers and the simultaneous elevation of bore temperature in an internal combustion engine are achieved by a boiling liquid cooling process in which a high molecular weight, high saturation temperature organic coolant is supplied to the coolant jacket of ...

George M Claypole: Motor vehicle cooling fan power management system. General Motors Corporation, C R Meland, January 17, 1984: US04425766 (68 worldwide citation)

A power control system for an electric motor driven cooling fan that directs air over the radiator and air conditioning condenser of a motor vehicle. The system includes a pulse width modulated voltage control device for controlling the voltage applied to the cooling fan motor from the vehicle engin ...

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