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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 (19 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 ...


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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.


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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 ...


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Albert O Johnson: Material handling system for wide range of materials and flow rates. Laurence R Brown, August 21, 1979: US04165133 (18 worldwide citation)

Continuous flow at various material flow rates through a pneumatic transport system of a wide variety of granular and hygroscopic materials over a wide range of moistures, sizes and weights is achieved by gravity feed through a dispensing hopper having a portion of the side wall surface shaped as an ...


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Mikiso Mizuki Sr: Methods and apparatus for acquiring free energy using buoyancy technology. October 23, 2001: US06305165 (17 worldwide citation)

A simple math model was used to estimate the energy requirements of a water vortex generator, followed by another model constructed for fluid mechanical analyses of water surface resistance and friction of a modified buoyancy engine. The final results demonstrated the feasibility of converting the p ...


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Rainer Kiuru: Apparatus for cutting and guiding the marginal lead-in strip of paper web. Valmet Oy, Steinberg & Raskin, February 26, 1985: US04501643 (17 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for cutting and guiding the marginal or lead-in strip formed in a paper web and used in connection with a lead-in operation thereof includes first and second guide plates extending at an angle relative to each other and with which are associated nozzle tubes in which nozzle apertures or th ...


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Glassmeyer John J: Container coupler arrangement. Pullman Incorporated, May 11, 1971: US3578374 (17 worldwide citation)

For tandem coupling together of cargo containers of the highway trailer-type attendant to hoisting of the containers between land, sea or air transport means, an upper between-the-containers compression spacer block and a lower tension coupler between the containers wherein the lower coupler compris ...


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Manley A Young: Rolling-cargo loading/unloading ramp having a stowable lift for palletized cargo. The Boeing Company, Christensen O Connor Johnson & Kindness, August 28, 1979: US04165810 (16 worldwide citation)

An inclined ramp, for loading and unloading rolling cargo between ground level and a cargo bay of an air transport, incorporates a stowable lift for handling palletized cargo which is deployable into an operative position providing a horizontal pallet receiving platform and which is retractable into ...


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Reginald Willcocks: Dual-function golf bag. Michael Ebert, January 10, 1989: US04796789 (15 worldwide citation)

A golf bag adapted to function as a shoulder carrier for a set of golf clubs or as a locked travel case therefor suitable for air transport. The bag, which is molded of rigid plastic material, has a generally cylindrical form closed at either end, the bag being composed of a semi-cylindrical chest s ...


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William John Wilson: Apparatus for the storage and transportation of crustaceans. Trans Homard Lang, Diller Brown Ramik & Wight, May 16, 1978: US04089298 (15 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus are provided for the live transport and storage of table fish, especially table shellfish, wherein the fish are confined in an assembly of compartments supplied with a flow of suitable water which, after its exit from the compartments, is purified, aerated and recycled to the ...



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