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Nathan Sclar: Thermoelectric infrared detector array. Rockwell International Corporation, H Fredrick Hamann, Craig O Malin, December 10, 1985: US04558342 (33 worldwide citation)

The detecting element of a thermoelectric infrared detector consists of p-n junctions of a thermopile which are located on a thin layer of unsupported silicon dioxide. The silicon dioxide spans an opening which extends through a silicon semiconductor substrate. The reference junctions of the thermop ...


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Tetsuya Toyao, Toshiki Matsumoto, Hiromasa Aoki, Tatsuya Fujita, Senta Tojo: Honeycomb body and catalyst converter having catalyst carrier configured of this honeycomb. Nippondenso, Cushman Darby & Cushman IP Group of Pillsbury Madison & Sutro, February 4, 1997: US05599509 (32 worldwide citation)

In a metal catalyst converter configured of the metal catalyst carrier that holds the catalyst into the honeycomb body created by alternately winding flat sheet and corrugated sheet, a plurality of slit matrix that extend in the direction perpendicular to the exhaust gas direction were arranged on a ...


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Buchan William R, Genthe James E, Mayer Edward F, Moore Robert A: Electrophotographic copier. Itek Corporation, Blair Homer O, Nathans Robert L, Brook David E, December 2, 1975: US3923392 (32 worldwide citation)

An electrophotographic copier is disclosed having a rotatable photoconductive drum, means to apply a uniform electrostatic charge pattern thereto, means to expose the uniform charge pattern to a light image of an original, and unique development, transfer and fusing systems. The development system i ...


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Huntress Howard B, Novotny Raymond J: Disc brakes with cooling rods. Abex Corporation, Kinzer Plyer Dorn & McEachran, August 12, 1975: US3899054 (32 worldwide citation)

Disc brake structure which includes a rotor presenting two spaced walls with a plurality of rods connected to the interior surfaces thereof so that air passing from the center of the rotor between the interior surfaces of the rotor walls and outward from the rotor is constrained to follow a substant ...


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James P Hart, Wesley W Roberts, Charles G Geurts: Thermoforming machine with controlled cooling station. Penda Corporation, Lathrop & Clark, April 15, 1997: US05620715 (31 worldwide citation)

A four-station rotary thermoformer has a rotary carriage which transports a sheet of thermoplastic material clamped on a subframe through a load/unload station; a heating station; a forming station where the sheet is molded; and a cooling station removed from the mold where the part is cooled on the ...


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Tsutomu Iimura, Ryoichi Shibata, Yukiharu Takada: Directly-heating roller for fuse-fixing toner images. Hitachi Metals, Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner, February 9, 1988: US04724305 (31 worldwide citation)

The roller has a roller body having a small heat capacity, a bonding layer formed substantially uniformaly on the outer peripheral surface of the roller body, a lower insulating layer provided on the bonding layer; a heat generating layer provided on the lower insulating layer and having a ceramic m ...


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Andrija Fuderer: Activated carbon adsorbent with increased heat capacity and the production thereof. Union Carbide Corporation, Alvin H Fritschler, February 12, 1985: US04499208 (31 worldwide citation)

The heat capacity of activated carbon adsorbent pellets is enhanced by the mixing of activated carbon powder with a higher heat capacity, inert inorganic material, such as dense alumina, prior to pelletizing. The resulting doped adsorbent enhances the operation of adiabatic pressure swing adsorption ...


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P Paul Hysen, James J Souder, Lindsay E Waldorf: Food holder temperature maintenance system. Krass & Young, January 8, 1980: US04182405 (31 worldwide citation)

A food holder arrangement is disclosed for use in delivering meals including both hot and cold food items to points of consumption remote from the point of preparation with the hot and cold food temperatures maintained. The food holder arrangement includes a flat tray having a heat retaining insert ...


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Shevlin Thomas S: Casserole for storing and cooking foodstuffs. April 3, 1973: US3725645 (31 worldwide citation)

This invention is directed to a device and system for cooking foods from a refrigerated or a frozen state to an edible state directly in the refrigerated or frozen environment. One or more cooking receptacles or casseroles containing foodstuff are placed in a chamber maintained at desired refrigerat ...


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T Jerome Weber: Apparatus for baking resist on semiconductor wafers. GCA Corporation, Kenway & Jenney, May 21, 1985: US04518848 (31 worldwide citation)

In the resist baking apparatus disclosed herein, heating of the wafer is effected by direct contact with a thin disc-like heating plate whose heat capacity is not greatly disparate from that of the wafer. The heating plate is initially brought to a temperature higher than that which is to be applied ...



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