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Elliot Matel Elliot Matel
Gary J Gracyalny, John Santi, Stanley Filipak, Elliot J Matel: Starting and stopping device for an internal combustion engine. Briggs & Stratton Corporation, Michael Best & Friedrich, December 4, 2001: US06325036 (16 worldwide citation)

A starting and stopping device for an internal combustion engine includes an energy storing device including at least one elastic member. The elastic member is loaded in response to rotation of a main shaft, and the main shaft rotates in an unloading direction in response to unloading of the elastic ...


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Elliot Matel Elliot Matel
Jason J Raasch, Ray Matuszak, Elliot Matel: Oil removal system and method. Briggs & Stratton Corporation, Michael Best & Friedrich, March 19, 2009: US20090071752-A1

An apparatus for draining oil from an engine. The apparatus includes an engine having an engine housing, crankshaft, a piston, and an oil reservoir, an engine starting mechanism configured to engage the crankshaft and piston, a check valve configured to prevent pressure in a crankcase from escaping ...


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Elliot Matel Elliot Matel
Gracyalny Gary J, Santi John, Filipak Stanley, Matel Elliot J: Starting and stopping device for an internal combustion engine. Briggs & Stratton, May 21, 2003: EP1311757-A2

A starting and stopping device for an internal combustion engine includes an energy storing device including at least one elastic member. The elastic member is loaded in response to rotation of a main shaft, and the main shaft rotates in an unloading direction in response to unloading of the elastic ...


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Elliot Matel Elliot Matel
Gracyalny Gary J, Santi John, Filipak Stanley, Matel Elliot J: Starting and stopping device for an internal combustion engine. Briggs & Stratton Corporation, LASKA Casimir F, February 28, 2002: WO/2002/016762

A starting and stopping device for an internal combustion engine includes an energy storing device including at least one elastic member. The elastic member is loaded in response to rotation of a main shaft, and the main shaft rotates in an unloading direction in response to unloading of the elastic ...


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Andrew A Frank: Control method and apparatus for internal combustion engine electric hybrid vehicles. The Regents of the University of California, John P O Banion, April 25, 2000: US06054844 (150 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for controlling the power output of an internal combustion engine in a vehicle, wherein a motor/generator or a generator/motor is coupled to the output shaft of the engine and the positive and negative torque of the motor/generator or the generator/motor is varied to control t ...


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Mario Boisvert, David W Shank: Voltage monitoring glow plug controller. Nartron Corporation, Watts Hoffman Fisher & Heinke Co, December 28, 1999: US06009369 (146 worldwide citation)

An electronic control system and a device is disclosed proving improved control and diagnostics of glow plugs as are typically energized in diesel engines prior to and during cold start and also during engine warmup, especially for motor vehicles under human operator control. These improved control ...


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Shigeo Tsuzuki, Kiyoshi Kurita, Yoshinori Matsushita: Hybrid drive apparatus for vehicle. Aisin AW, Oliff & Berridge, January 25, 2000: US06018198 (114 worldwide citation)

A hybrid drive apparatus for a vehicle which is capable of improving the response in restarting an engine during the running of a vehicle. As a result, a shock due to deceleration can be reduced. The hybrid drive apparatus for a vehicle incorporates an engine, a motor generator, a clutch, a transmis ...


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Ian Osgerby: Carbon dioxide power cycle. Jerry Cohen, M Lawrence Oliverio, February 12, 1985: US04498289 (108 worldwide citation)

An improved direct fired power system generating and employing a combustion gas which includes carbon dioxide or a working fluid including a combustion chamber (20) for burning a mixture which includes oxygen, carbonaceous fuel and recycled carbon dioxide working fluid at a first pressure of above 1 ...


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Gregory I Rozman, Albert L Markunas, Paul E Nuechterlein: Starter/generator system with variable-frequency exciter control. Sundstrand Corporation, Marshall O Toole Gerstein Murray & Borum, January 14, 1997: US05594322 (103 worldwide citation)

A control for a brushless generator is operable in a starting mode of operation to convert electrical power into motive power for starting a prime mover. The control applies AC power to an exciter field winding at a first frequency at the initiation of a start sequence and thereafter decreases the f ...



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