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Bodine Albert G: Sonic drilling device. August 15, 1972: US3684037 (18 worldwide citation)

A sonic drive unit including an orbiting mass oscillator for generating vibratory energy which is driven through a torsionally stiff rotary drive shaft by an engine contained within the unit is supported for vertical motion. The drive unit has an elastically vibratory column extending vertically dow ...


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Kun S Jung: Air spring structure free from the shakes of a suspended rotator. Samsung Electronics, Robert E Bushnell, September 28, 1993: US05248132 (3 worldwide citation)

An air spring structure, for preventing the shaking of a suspended rotator by absorbing/preventing the vibrations of the rotator in a commercial or household machine, comprises a body made of soft rubber materials, the body being provided with an inner cylindrical and outer cylindrical portion and a ...


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Shigeki Awasa: Suspension. SHOWA CORPORATION, Leason Ellis, April 4, 2017: US09611001 (2 worldwide citation)

An reaction force adjustment member is attached to a suspension including a cylinder, a piston rod which has a piston at one end thereof and which is inserted into the cylinder together with the piston, and a diaphragm which has one end fixed to the cylinder and the other end fixed to the other end ...


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Nakakura Akio, Hosoya Haruyuki: Air spring structure. Isuzu Motors, October 18, 2002: JP2002-303346 (2 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide an air spring structure capable of sufficiently conducting attaching and detaching works with a simple structure.SOLUTION: A top plate 19 of an air spring 17 is fixed with respect to a side member. A piston 20 is supported by an air spring supporting bracket 23 at an ...


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Kojiro Yoshida: Air spring structure. SHOW A CORPORATION, Leason Ellis, September 25, 2018: US10081408 (1 worldwide citation)

An air spring structure has a first communication hole formed in a peripheral surface of a cylinder and a second communication hole formed in the peripheral surface at a position closer to an axle than the first communication hole. A piston has a sliding portion that comes into contact with an inner ...


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Osaki Michio, Maruyama Hisanao: Vehicular air spring structure. Press Kogyo, April 21, 2005: JP2005-106088 (1 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a vehicular air spring structure capable of vertically moving a chassis frame without imposing unreasonableness on a diaphragm, by surely connecting an air spring body to a wheel shaft, without using a bolt.SOLUTION: This air spring structure constitutes an air sprin ...


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Kojiro Yoshida: Air suspension. SHOWA CORPORATION, Leason Ellis, May 15, 2018: US09969458

An air suspension in an embodiment includes: a cylinder; a piston rod; a rod-side member disposed on the lower end side of the piston rod; a diaphragm; an axle-side attachment member having an upper end side of which is fixed to an opening at a lower end of the rod-side member, the axle-side attachm ...


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Paul Bruce Thomas: Encapsulated zonal dual air and foam spring bed system with noise suppression. Jerry Fong, January 16, 2018: US09867476

An encapsulated zonal dual air and foam spring bed system with noise suppression wherein air zones are created for individual or multiple sleepers that permit costs saving by providing manifold controls to enable a single pump to serve multiple circuits simultaneously (both pressure level increase a ...


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Shigeki Awasa: Diaphragm unit and suspension. SHOWA CORPORATION, Leason Ellis, April 3, 2018: US09932084

A diaphragm unit detachably attached to a damper body, includes: a cylinder in which a liquid is sealed; a piston rod having a piston sliding inside the cylinder on one end side of the piston rod, in which other end side of the piston rod is extended to an outside of the cylinder; and a rod guide ha ...


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YOSHIDA KOJIRO : [de] LUFTFEDERSTRUKTUR, [en] AIR SPRING STRUCTURE, [fr] STRUCTURE À RESSORT PNEUMATIQUE. SHOWA CORP , October 11, 2017: EP3228530-A1

[en] An air spring structure (11A) has a first communication hole (9A) formed in a peripheral surface of a cylinder (21) and a second communication hole (9B) formed in the peripheral surface at a position closer to an axle (14S) than the first communication hole (9A). A piston (23) has a sliding por ...