Augustinus G Van Loveren, Marina A Munteanu, Geoffrey B Seaber: Article which dispenses at a constant rate a volatile composition, and process for using same. International Flavors & Fragrances, Arthur L Liberman, September 30, 1986: US04614299 (25 worldwide citation)

Described is an article which dispenses at a constant rate a volatile composition of matter into the atmosphere surrounding the article which volatile composition of matter can be, for example, a perfume composition or air freshener, which article is a container which is a hollow totally enclosed fl ...

Dwayne A Rollag, James N Dornbush, Robert C Renner: Method and apparatus for the enhanced treatment of food processing waste waters using aerobic microorganisms. Donald A Jacobson, May 6, 1980: US04201663 (25 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for treating waste water, containing large quantities of organic material, by means of an aerobic bacteriological process which uses a plastic film to support an air transport system and a blanket of inexpensive biodegradable material which provides the functions of heat insul ...

Ronald A Rossway, Robert F Hatch, Behzad B Suroosh: Shipping system for jet aircraft engine. Stanley Aviation Corporation, Sheridan Ross P C, October 9, 2001: US06298536 (22 worldwide citation)

An aircraft engine shipping system includes a frame assembly for supporting the aircraft engine, and a cradle assembly mounted on the frame assembly for securing the aircraft engine to the frame assembly. The frame assembly includes shock absorbers to provide continual shock absorption to an aircraf ...

Karl F Milde Jr: Personal air transport. Milde Hoffberg & Macklin, January 30, 2001: US06179247 (22 worldwide citation)

A wingless personal air transport (PAT) comprises two main sections: First, a substantially horizontal circular inner platform is provided with its outer extremity having a first diameter D


Gerhard Mittelmann, Klaus P Brodbeck: Freight container, in particular for air transport. Swiss Aluminium, Bachman and LaPointe, January 31, 1984: US04428491 (19 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to freight containers, in particular containers for air transport with a supporting frame which is made of profiled sections or the like, the long sides of which frame comprise polygonal frames which have roof sections and reinforcing vertical struts, and are joined by transver ...

John A Andersen, James K Cole: Accident resistant transport container. The United States of America represented by the United States Department of Energy, R V Lupo, Dudley W King, Robert Southworth III, February 26, 1980: US04190160 (19 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a container for the safe air transport of plutonium having several intermediate wood layers and a load spreader intermediate an inner container and an outer shell for mitigation of shock during a hypothetical accident.

Bernard Vallee: Structure forming a mounting for a seat of an air transport craft. 501 Societe Industrielle et Commerciale de Materiel Aeronauti Que Societe Anonyme, Mason Fenwick & Lawrence, August 29, 1989: US04861103 (18 worldwide citation)

A structure which resists dynamic forces, forming a mounting for a seat of an air transport craft and a seat having such a structure comprising front and rear feet, a front anchorage, an energy absorption device, and a stop mechanism. The front and rear feet are articulated at their upper ends on th ...

Phillip M Prigmore, Vernon L Prigmore: Portable building. Miracle Enterprises, Laney Dougherty Hessin & Beavers, October 25, 1988: US04779514 (18 worldwide citation)

A modular, portable building unit susceptible to air transport and including a roof, foldable side walls and foldable end walls having the same width as the height of the side walls. Three of the modular building units can be interfitted to form a building having four times as much floor space as th ...

John B Kalisz: Pressure stabilized inflated air transport vehicle. Lockheed Martin Corporation, Robert A Schruhl, October 16, 2001: US06302357 (18 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to a pressure stabilized inflated air transport vehicle having means for limiting crack propagation in the hull envelope whereby leakage of the gas in the haul due to the crack will not exceed the gas pressure maintaining means.

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