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John J Allen Jr, Kevin B Root: Independent brake control. New York Air Brake Corporation, Barnes & Thornburg, December 31, 1996: US05590042 (22 worldwide citation)

A computerized locomotive control system receives as inputs electrical signals representing automatic and independent braking control signals from controllers and pipe pressures and has a computer for determining, from said input signals, electrical signals representing desired braking and pipe pres ...


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Brian Cunkelman: Apparatus to prevent inadvertent discharge and trapping of pipe pressure in an electro-pneumatic locomotive brake control system. Westinghouse Air Brake Company, James Ray & Associates, April 2, 1996: US05503469 (11 worldwide citation)

A microporccessor based electro-pnuematic brake control system for a railway train including both an automatic brake control system and an independent brake control system, in which the independent brake control system includes an application electro-pneumatic valve to control application of air pre ...


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Robert J Worbois: Railway brake control system arranged to limit maximum brake pressure during combined independent and automatic brake operation. American Standard, G J Falce, May 6, 1986: US04586755 (5 worldwide citation)

A brake control system for a railway vehicle having separately operated independent and automatic brake controls for controlling brake pressure via a double check valve and a multi-piston relay valve, wherein an adjustable regulating valve is set to exhaust the independent brake control pressure act ...


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Jon M Marra, Roger Lewis: Hoslter control of a computer train brake system. New York Air Brake Corporation, Barnes & Thornburg, December 14, 1999: US06002978 (5 worldwide citation)

The present hostler control of a computer control train brake system combines the computer control of the train and locomotive brake system with a manual control during a hostler mode to provide soft and safe operation of the vehicle. Interlocks provide efficient and safe transferring of the control ...


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Ron Benjamin: Combined power brake and antiskid actuators. Shriber Samuel, June 10, 1975: US3888547 (4 worldwide citation)

A combined Power Brake and Antiskid Actuators made of at least two hydraulically independent brake control valves which are simultaneously activateable by a single brake pedal through a mechanical differential linkage, at least one of these brake valves associated with remotely controlled means for ...


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Robert D Dimsa, Vincent Ferri: Backup control system and method for 20 pipe braking system. Westinghouse Air Brake Company, James Ray & Associates, October 19, 1999: US05967622 (2 worldwide citation)

In a locomotive braking system, an independent brake control circuit uses second control signal(s) to adjust pressure in a first reservoir. A microprocessor derives the second control signal(s) based on at least a first control signal indicative of brake handle position and first feedback indicative ...


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An electrically operated toy capable of travelling on a solid surface or on water. Auguste Poppe, October 6, 1949: GB630163-A (2 worldwide citation)

630,163. Remotely-controlled toys. POPPE; A. March 13, 1947, No. 6966. Convention date, March 14, 1946. [Class 132 (iii)] [Also in Group XXXVI] A remotely-controlled, electricallyoperated toy capable of travelling on a solid surface or on water comprises an electric propelling motor for forward and ...


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Eric D Cahill: Independent brake control of a common aircraft gear. Goodrich Corporation, Snell & Wilmer, December 1, 2015: US09199615 (1 worldwide citation)

A brake control system for a landing gear of an aircraft is provided. The system includes a first control channel for providing brake control signals to one or more brakes on the landing gear, and a second control channel for providing brake control signals to another one or more brakes on the landi ...


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Cahill Eric D: Independent brake control of a common aircraft gear. Goodrich Corporation, Cahill Eric D, FAFRAK Kenneth W, November 27, 2008: WO/2008/144267 (1 worldwide citation)

A brake control system for a landing gear of an aircraft is provided. The system includes a first control channel for providing brake control signals to one or more brakes on the landing gear, and a second control channel for providing brake control signals to another one or more brakes on the landi ...


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Martin Brenn, Geoffrey Burke Bauer, Jeremy J McClain: Fault-tolerant redundant by-wire brake system. Continental Automotive Systems, October 3, 2017: US09776607

A brake system for a motor vehicle comprises a first brake set and second brake set. A first hydraulic brake circuit is connected to the first brake set and a second hydraulic brake circuit is connected to the second brake set. Further, a first control module is coupled to the first hydraulic brake ...