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Young Niels O: Positive displacement scroll apparatus with axially radially compliant scroll member. Lepper Bessie A, April 1, 1975: US3874827 (113 worldwide citation)

A positive fluid displacement apparatus employing scroll members having interfitting spiroidal wraps angularly and radially offset such that as the spiral centers experience an orbiting motion, they define one or more moving fluid pockets of variable volume. The zones of lowest and highest pressures ...


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Iain S Findlay: Liquid pump. Wood Phillips VanSanten Hoffman & Ertel, December 29, 1992: US05174726 (111 worldwide citation)

A two stage centrifugal and shear pump is characterized by low turbulence for pumping delicate liquids, as blood. Centrifugal first stage is a hollow shaft on which the shear pump discs are mounted. Offset slots in the shaft and disc hubs direct liquid out of the shaft to the discs.


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Young Niels O, McCullough John E: Scroll-type positive fluid displacement apparatus. Arthur D Little, Lepper Bessie A, May 20, 1975: US3884599 (110 worldwide citation)

A positive fluid displacement apparatus employing scroll members having interfitting spiroidal wraps angularly and radially offset such that as the spiral centers experience an orbiting motion, they define one or more moving fluid pockets of variable volume. The zones of lowest and highest pressures ...


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Clark V Cooper, Paul J Bushnell, Martin M Mertell: Rotary compressor with reduced lubrication sensitivity. Carrier Corporation, September 7, 1999: US05947710 (95 worldwide citation)

Lubrication deficiencies related to the use of lubricants in HFC refrigeration compressors can be mitigated by providing a diamond-like-carbon coating on a member subject to wear due to lubrication deficiencies. Specifically, the tip of the vane of a rotary compressor is coated with a diamond-like-c ...


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McCullough John E: Positive fluid displacement apparatus. Arthur D Little, Lepper Bessie A, December 9, 1975: US3924977 (92 worldwide citation)

A positive fluid displacement apparatus employing scroll members having interfitting spiroidal wraps angularly and radially offset such that as the spiral centers experience an orbiting motion, they define one or more moving fluid pockets of variable volume. The zones of lowest and highest pressure ...


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John E McCullough: Scroll-type apparatus with hydrodynamic thrust bearing. Arthur D Little, Bessie A Lepper, December 27, 1977: US04065279 (88 worldwide citation)

A flat plate hydrodynamic thrust bearing for orbiting machinery and scroll-type apparatus embodying the thrust bearing are disclosed. The thrust bearing exerts an axial force on the orbiting scroll member to ensure efficient radial sealing of the scroll assembly; and one of the contacting surfaces o ...


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Erich Wunsch: Spray container. Scully Scott Murphy & Presser, May 14, 1991: US05014884 (83 worldwide citation)

A spray container or can which possesses a spray mechanism for finely atomizing fluids through the intermediary of a hydraulically-operating pump. Containers such as spray cans and spary bottles or flasks of the above-mentioned type generally known in commerce. Through the intermediary of mechanical ...


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Hiroshi Sakamaki, Susumu Sugishita, Yukio Horikoshi: Method for manufacturing a rotor for a rotary fluid pump. Nippon Piston Ring, Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner, February 18, 1986: US04570316 (81 worldwide citation)

A rotor for a rotary compressor having a metal central portion integral with two opposite end portions that are fiber-reinforced metal matrix composites having a matrix metal common to the central portion. Such rotors may be made by pressing inorganic fibers to form the end portions of the rotor, ar ...


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Puppin Giuseppe, Michael J Deaner, Kurt E Heikkila: Advanced polymer and wood fiber composite structural component. Andersen Corporation, Merchant Gould Smith Edell Welter & Schmidt, April 18, 1995: US05406768 (79 worldwide citation)

An advanced composite structural component, made of a polymer and wood fiber composite material, in the form of an extruded or injection molded thermoplastic member in residential and commercial structures is described. Preferably the structural component is used in a window or a door. Common window ...


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Edward S Blain: Unloading of scroll compressors. Sundstrand Corporation, Wood Dalton Phillips Mason & Rowe, March 11, 1986: US04575318 (76 worldwide citation)

A positive displacement compressor or pump of the scroll type including first and second scroll plates (10, 12) having convoluted interfitting vanes (16). The flanks (18) of the vanes (16) on scroll plates (14) are interfitting and in sealing contact (20) with one another and the tips (22) of the va ...



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