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Brent Edward Curtis: Big wheel motive power source. Jason M Hunt, Brian J Laurenzo, January 20, 2009: US07478693 (14 worldwide citation)

A big wheel motive power source is provided. The big wheel motive power source comprises a large mass wheel capable of rotation and having a mass comprising at least one-third the weight of a vehicle in which it is located, or at least twice the weight of a conventional engine for that vehicle. A sm ...


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Alan T Dull, Thomas S Hinkle, Christopher S Witte, Edward F Zunic: Method for firing ceramic honeycomb bodies and a tunnel kiln used therefor. Corning Incorporated, Timothy M Schaeberle, July 18, 2000: US06089860 (13 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a method of firing a green ceramic honeycomb structural body containing an organic or carbonaceous material which is characterized by removing at least a portion of the carbonaceous material released prior to reacting within the firing atmosphere during the initial firing of the green h ...


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Alan T Dull, Thomas S Hinkle, Christopher S Witte, Edward F Zunic: Method for firing ceramic honeycomb bodies. Corning Incorporated, Timothy M Schaeberle, Anca C Gheorghiu, December 4, 2001: US06325963 (10 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a method of firing a green ceramic honeycomb structural body containing an organic or carbonaceous material which is characterized by removing at least a portion of the carbonaceous material released prior to reacting within the firing atmosphere during the initial firing of ...


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Edward Lim, Gary Pattullo, Wayne Maksylewich, Robert Woolley, John Lusney: Exhaust removal system. B C Rail, Christie Parker & Hale, May 17, 1988: US04744305 (6 worldwide citation)

A diesel exhaust hood system is disclosed in which a narrow smoke entry slot and large capacity allow bursts of exhaust gases from locomotive engines to be contained inside the hood. The likelihood of spillover from exhaust exceeding the fan capacity is reduced by the use of the inverted V-shape des ...


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John Johnston, Brian Roe: Automatic carriage return for exhaust removal system. Robert F Kramer, March 12, 2013: US08393277 (4 worldwide citation)

An automatic carriage return for an exhaust removal system having a carriage that is configured to translate along a track tube, the carriage being coupled at a first end to an exhaust extraction hose, the second end of the exhaust extraction hose being coupled to a vehicle exhaust for directing exh ...


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Donald Cyrus Baker: Apparatus and method for evacuating contaminants and water vapor from an area above a swimming pool with integral deck drain. Meunier Carlin & Curfman, January 10, 2017: US09540836 (1 worldwide citation)

An apparatus captures and evacuates air from an area above a body of liquid, particularly a swimming pool. The apparatus exhausts the contaminants and water vapor to an area outside of an enclosure housing the swimming pool. A perimeter deck drain assembly extends around the pool and is connected to ...


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Dull Alan T, Hinkle Thomas S, Witte Christopher S, Zunic Edward F: Method for firing ceramic honeycomb bodies and a tunnel kiln used therefor. Corning, November 8, 2000: EP1049904-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a method of firing a green ceramic honeycomb structural body containing an organic or carbonaceous material released prior to reacting within the firing atmosphere during the initial firing of the green honeycomb structural body. A tunnel kiln (10) is also disclosed, which comprises a v ...


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Donald Cyrus Baker: Apparatus for evacuating contaminants and water vapor from an area above a swimming pool. Meunier Carlin & Curfman, September 11, 2018: US10072868

An apparatus captures and evacuates air from an area above a body of liquid, particularly a swimming pool. The apparatus exhausts the contaminants and water vapor to an area outside of an enclosure housing the swimming pool. The invention comprises an assembly mounted to a wall adjacent the body of ...


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Yunchuan Zhao, Quan Zou, Wen Pan, Yanbin Yang, Junping Lu, Ran Chen, Wenhui Qi, Dingrong Mou, Yi Wang, Liwu Wang, Wen Liu, Jun Yang, Xi e Wang, Ming Zhou: Method for threshing and pneumatic separation of tobacco leaves. HONGTA TOBACCO, Matthias Scholl PC, Matthias Scholl, May 8, 2018: US09961934

A method for threshing and pneumatic separation of tobacco leaves, including: 1) transporting a mixture of the tobacco slices and stems from a primary threshing set into primary pneumatic separation unit for sorting out tobacco slices, and transporting a remaining mixture into a secondary threshing ...


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Isaac Erik Anderson: Shockwave rotor detonation (omni-engine, ubiquitous X engine) multipurpose engine. Isaac Erik Anderson, May 15, 2018: US09970294

This is an engine that uses combustion pressures and shock waves to provide moment about an axis on a rotor producing a torque. This engine is a torque driven power plant which can be used for a variety of energy applications. At the core of this engine is a large diameter right cylinder that uses i ...