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Stéphane Bilodeau
Stéphane Bilodeau: Climate control system for vehicle berths and cabs. Groupe Énerstat, Ogilvy Renault, May 4, 2010: US07707845

A climate control system (10) for a cab/berth of a vehicle, comprises a climate control circuit (12) in which a first refrigerant circulates between at least an energy accumulator (20) in which an accumulator refrigerant is in heat exchange with the first refrigerant, a radiator (22) in the cab/bert ...


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Longzhi Jiang
Edwin L Legall, Longzhi Jiang, Roy A Mangano, Mark Derakhshan: Apparatus and method for controlling a cryocooler by adjusting cooler gas flow oscillating frequency. Jean Tibbetts, Michael G Smith, Ellis B Ramirez, August 19, 2008: US07412835 (12 worldwide citation)

Systems and methods are provided for a variable cooling capacity cryocooler for a superconducting magnetic resonance imaging device having a liquid cryogen pressure vessel to provide cryogenic temperatures to a magnet assembly, a vacuum vessel surrounding the pressure vessel and a radiation shield s ...


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William H. Gates III
Roderick A Hyde, Edward K Y Jung, Nathan P Myhrvold, Clarence T Tegreene, William H Gates III, Charles Whitmer, Lowell L Wood Jr: Methods of manufacturing temperature-stabilized storage containers. Tokitae, December 4, 2012: US08322147

Methods disclosed herein include methods of manufacturing integrally thermally-sealed storage containers. Methods include creating at least one indentation in at least one layer of first thermal barrier sheet, wherein the at least one layer of first thermal barrier sheet includes at least one first ...


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William H. Gates III
Roderick A Hyde, Edward KY Jung, Nathan P Myhrvold, Clarence T Tegreene, William H Gates III, Charles Whitmer, Lowell L Wood JR: Methods of manufacturing temperature-stabilized storage containers. Searete a liability corporation of the State of Delaware, Searete, Clarence T Tegreene, June 11, 2009: US20090145163-A1

Methods disclosed herein include methods of manufacturing integrally thermally-sealed storage containers. Methods include creating at least one indentation in at least one layer of first thermal barrier sheet, wherein the at least one layer of first thermal barrier sheet includes at least one first ...


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William H. Gates III
Roderick A Hyde, Edward KY Jung, Nathan P Myhrvold, Clarence T Tegreene, William H Gates III, Charles Whitmer, Lowell L Wood JR: Temperature-stabilized storage systems. Searete a liability corporation of the State of Delaware, Searete, Clarence T Tegreene, June 11, 2009: US20090145164-A1

Systems include at least one substantially thermally sealed storage container, including an outer assembly including one or more sections of ultra efficient insulation material substantially defining at least one thermally sealed storage region, and an inner assembly including one or more interlocks ...


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Anthony Verdes, Yuming Chen: Light emitting diode (LED) light bulbs. Dialight Corporation, Oblon Spivak McClelland Maier & Neustadt P C, September 27, 2005: US06948829 (291 worldwide citation)

A light emitting diode (LED) light bulb that includes plural individual elements as sub-assembly elements of the overall light bulb. Different sub-assembly elements of a lens, a LED printed circuit board, a housing also functioning as a heat sink, a lower housing, and other individual sub-assembly c ...


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William H Whitted, Gerald Aigner: Modular data center. Google, Jung hua Kuo, October 9, 2007: US07278273 (235 worldwide citation)

Modular data centers with modular components suitable for use with rack or shelf mount computing systems, for example, are disclosed. The modular center generally includes a modular computing module including an intermodal shipping container and computing systems mounted within the container and con ...


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Robert J Cantley: Energy management system for refrigeration systems. Macdonald J Wiggins, April 20, 1982: US04325223 (182 worldwide citation)

A system and method for managing energy in large refrigeration systems and the like by continuously monitoring operating parameters and controlling to optimize the refrigeration system elements. A multiplicity of remote sensors is disposed at the appropriate points in the refrigeration system to pro ...


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Donald J Schumacher, William C Beckman: Data center cooling system. Ronald E Smith, Smith & Hopen P A, April 23, 2002: US06374627 (180 worldwide citation)

A data center having multiple rows of computer racks for holding heat-generating computer equipment is cooled by a liquid overfeed air conditioning unit that provides supply air at a temperature of about forty degrees Fahrenheit (40° F. or lower). The air conditioning unit is positioned outside the ...


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Leo Cheung, Scott Douglas Hublou, John Douglas Steinberg: System and method for using ramped setpoint temperature variation with networked thermostats to improve efficiency. EcoFactor, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, August 30, 2011: US08010237 (174 worldwide citation)

The invention comprises systems and methods for ramping setpoints on thermostats controlling HVAC systems. At least one thermostat is located inside a structure and is used to control an HVAC system in the structure. At least one remote processor is in communication with said thermostat and at least ...