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Donald C Miller, David John Allen: Continuously variable transmission. Fallbrook Technologies, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, February 13, 2007: US07175565 (119 worldwide citation)

A continuously variable transmission is disclosed for use in rotationally or linearly powered machines and vehicles. The transmission provides a simple manual shifting method for the user. Further, the practical commercialization of traction roller transmissions requires improvements in the reliabil ...


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Donald C Miller, David John Allen: Continuously variable transmission. Fallbrook Technologies, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, January 23, 2007: US07166058 (119 worldwide citation)

A continuously variable transmission is disclosed for use in rotationally or linearly powered machines and vehicles. The transmission provides a simple manual shifting method for the user. Further, the practical commercialization of traction roller transmissions requires improvements in the reliabil ...


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Kenneth C Crater, Daniel L Pierson: Object-oriented programmable controller. Control Technology Corporation, Cesari and McKenna, September 7, 1999: US05950006 (106 worldwide citation)

A controller for one or more pieces of industrial equipment is configured to perform a series of control functions each organized into one or more procedures for performing particular machine actions. The progress of an action, or some parameter of the action-taking machine (which may or may not be ...


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Donald C Miller, David John Allen: Continuously variable transmission. Fallbrook Technologies, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, February 13, 2007: US07175566 (97 worldwide citation)

A continuously variable transmission is disclosed for use in rotationally or linearly powered machines and vehicles. The transmission provides a simple manual shifting method for the user. Further, the practical commercialization of traction roller transmissions requires improvements in the reliabil ...


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Ogushi Nobuaki, Ohta Hirohisa, Yoneyama Yoshito, Ogura Masaya: Remote maintenance system. Canon, February 4, 1998: EP0822473-A2 (90 worldwide citation)

Factories (102 - 104) have host computers (107) for monitoring industrial equipments (106). Each host computer (107) is connected to a management host computer (108) on a vendor (101) side through the internet (105). The host computer (107) on the factory side detects occurrence of a trouble of the ...


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Donald C Miller, David John Allen: Continuously variable transmission. Fallbrook Technologies, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, December 9, 2008: US07462127 (71 worldwide citation)

A continuously variable transmission is disclosed for use in rotationally or linearly powered machines and vehicles. The transmission provides a simple manual shifting method for the user. Further, the practical commercialization of traction roller transmissions requires improvements in the reliabil ...


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Donald C Miller: Continuously variable transmission. Fallbrook Technologies, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, March 31, 2009: US07510499 (69 worldwide citation)

A continuously variable transmission is disclosed for use in rotationally or linearly powered machines and vehicles. The transmission provides a simple manual shifting method for the user. Further, the practical commercialization of traction roller transmissions requires improvements in the reliabil ...


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Debra L Wilfong, David J Drath, Michael C Palazzotto, Peggy S Willett, Henry B Clark III: Vibration damping constructions using acrylate-containing damping materials. Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company, Gary L Griswold, Walter N Kirn, Carolyn V Peters, November 16, 1993: US05262232 (64 worldwide citation)

Acrylate-only and epoxy-acrylate thermoset resins exhibit high temperature damping behavior. These materials are suitable for damping vibrations in structures and component parts of devices where high temperature performance is required, such as in automobiles, aircraft, industrial equipment and app ...


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Kenneth C Crater, Daniel L Pierson: Programmable controller including diagnostic and simulation facilities. Control Technology Corporation, Cesari and McKenna, December 7, 1999: US05997167 (63 worldwide citation)

A controller for one or more pieces of industrial equipment accommodates multiple sensed conditions--that is, different conditions each associated with a different response, which may be an alarm or a branch control procedure. The controller includes a database of diagnostic templates specifying con ...


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Donald C Miller, David John Allen: Continuously variable transmission. Fallbrook Technologies, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, February 8, 2011: US07883442 (62 worldwide citation)

A continuously variable transmission is disclosed for use in rotationally or linearly powered machines and vehicles. The transmission provides a simple manual shifting method for the user. Further, the practical commercialization of traction roller transmissions requires improvements in the reliabil ...



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