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Jörg Breyvogel, Ruprecht Sinnhuber: Vehicle seat air bag arrangement. Volkswagen, Baker Botts L, April 17, 2001: US06217062 (80 worldwide citation)

A vehicle seat air bag arrangement has a side operating air bag module including a gas generator, an air bag package and a gas delivery device which connects the gas generator to the air bag package. The vehicle seat has a backrest part and a seat part each having a frame with frame members construc ...


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Ola Bostrom, Yngve Haland: Airbag arrangement. Autoliv Development, Brinks Hofer Gilson & Lione, May 18, 2010: US07717459 (78 worldwide citation)

An air-bag arrangement for a motor vehicle is disclosed to provide protection for the occupants (1, 2) of two adjacent seats (11, 12). Each seat is associated with two air-bag units (15, 16, 20, 21), one of which contains an air-bag to be deployed so as to occupy a space on the inboard side of the s ...


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Johannes Riedel, Rainer Wunsch: Air-bag arrangement. Autoliv Development, George H Spencer, Catherine M Voorhees, Venable, January 4, 2000: US06010149 (67 worldwide citation)

An air-bag arrangement for a motor vehicle, the air-bag arrangement including an air-bag adapted to be inflated, in the event that an accident should arise, to form a curtain, the air-bag having a fixation strap extending between the curtain and an anchor point, the fixation strap including inflatab ...


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Norbert Drossler, Alois Juchem: Air-bag arrangement. Autoliv Development, Robert Kinberg, Venable, October 14, 2003: US06631921 (26 worldwide citation)

An airbag arrangement in a motor vehicle, the air bag arrangement comprising an inflatable element including fabric and a gas generator component adapted to inflate the inflatable element in response to the sensing of predetermined conditions. The inflatable element is initially stored in a non-line ...


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Robert F McGee, James N Sonnenberg, John Sonnenberg: Retractable tethering device for curtain airbag. Autoliv ASP, James D Erickson, Sally J Brown, March 23, 2004: US06709008 (24 worldwide citation)

An air-bag arrangement for use in a motor vehicle, secured to the vehicle at points along a non-linear line above an opening in the vehicle. The arrangement incorporates an inflatable element, connectors to secure an edge part of the inflatable element to the vehicle, and an inflator to inflate the ...


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John Sonnenberg, Robert F McGee: Self-adjusting tether strap for inflatable curtain. Autoliv ASP, Sally J Brown, James D Erickson, February 24, 2004: US06695347 (19 worldwide citation)

An air-bag arrangement for use in a motor vehicle is often secured to the vehicle at points extending along a non-linear line located above an opening in the vehicle. The arrangement incorporates an inflatable element, connectors to secure an edge part of the inflatable element to the vehicle, and a ...


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James E Hart, William K Mong, Allen W Kyllonen, Mark S Krampitz: Single-cylinder truck-mounted brake assembly. American Standard, G J Falce, September 23, 1986: US04613016 (18 worldwide citation)

A single-cylinder, truck-mounted brake assembly for a railway car truck in which low-cost, light-weight, truss-type brake beams are employed, with one beam having an expansible brake actuator in the form of an air bag mounted thereon. The brake rigging arrangement employs an equalizing lever that is ...


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Persson Dan, Malmenstam Jonas: Cover for a vehicle air bag arrangement. Autoliv Dev, March 30, 1994: GB2270882-A (18 worldwide citation)

A housing 2 and a cover 3 are interconnected by a snap joint comprising an aperture 12 in a resilient upwardly extending lug 9 and a projection 14 on a lip 13 of the cover 3. Rivets 18 additionally secure the cover and housing together.


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Skotte Lars Gunnar, Nilsson Stig Hakan: An air-bag arrangement. Autoliv Dev, October 16, 1991: GB2242871-A (16 worldwide citation)

in an air-bag arrangement for a motor vehicle, the air-bag is contained within the hub 3 of the steering wheel, together with means to inflate the air-bag and associated electronic circuitry. The circuitry is contained within a chamber which is surrounded by a material which shields the circuitry fr ...


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Martin Lindstrom: Air-bag arrangement. General Engineering, Spencer & Frank, October 29, 1996: US05568938 (15 worldwide citation)

An inflatable bag to protect a driver or passenger in a motor vehicle is provided with one or more tear elements which do not form part of the bag defining the boundary between the interior of the bag and the exterior of the bag. The tear elements initially limit the interior volume of the bag but, ...