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Leo Donald Maus: Gas lift system for marine drilling riser. Exxon Production Research Company, Salvatore J Casamassima, July 11, 1978: US04099583 (127 worldwide citation)

An improved offshore drilling method and apparatus are disclosed which are useful in preventing formation fracture caused by excessive hydrostatic pressure in a drilling riser. Gas is injected into the riser to provide the lift necessary to return the drilling fluid to the surface and to reduce the ...


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Dale R Rath: Pressure control apparatus for use in an integrated circuit testing station. Tektronix, William S Lovell, Jay K Malkin, July 19, 1988: US04758785 (103 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for controlling the pressure exerted on a probe in an integrated circuit testing station is disclosed. The apparatus is mounted to a support structure within the station directly above the probe. The testing station further includes a motorized lift system for moving an integrated circu ...


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Leo Donald Maus: Artificial lift system for marine drilling riser. Exxon Production Research Company, Salvatore J Casamassima, May 30, 1978: US04091881 (96 worldwide citation)

An improved offshore drilling method and apparatus are disclosed which are particularly useful in preventing formation fracture caused by excessive hydrostatic pressure of the drilling fluid in a drilling riser. One or more flow lines are used to withdraw drilling fluid from the upper portion of the ...


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Harry C Sweere, Matthew J Showalter: Lift system. Ergotron, Schwegman Lundberg Woessner & Kluth P A, February 20, 2001: US06189849 (90 worldwide citation)

Low side profile flat panel monitor/keyboard lift system for the storage of and the display of a flat panel monitor and keyboard in space restricted rooms or passageways. The flat panel monitor and keyboard tray are mounted in common to a vertically aligned transport assembly which is influenced by ...


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Khai Le, Andreas F Kotowski: Self-contained, portable inspection system and method. Rapiscan, Patent Metrix, January 18, 2005: US06843599 (88 worldwide citation)

The inspection methods and systems of the present invention are mobile, deployable, and capable of scanning a wide variety of receptacles cost-effectively and accurately on uneven surfaces. The inspection system comprises an inspection module that, in a preferred embodiment, is in the form of a mobi ...


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John T Schnebly, Richard S Steele, Wendell B Colson: Method and apparatus for mounting and sealing honeycomb insulation material. Hunter Douglas, Pennie & Edmonds, March 3, 1987: US04647488 (76 worldwide citation)

Mounting apparatus for expandable honeycomb insulation panels includes a head rail for anchoring the panel to a window jamb or wall and a sill rail at the opposite end of the honeycomb panel for contracting and expanding the honeycomb panel to move it upwardly and downwardly over the window surface. ...


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David R Holm, Stephen G Ritter, Kenneth E Hunt, Robert N Behrens, Ronald J Baker, Mark F Hopp, Denis J Del Ponte, Paul A Meyer: Work vehicle. Deere & Company, November 13, 1990: US04969533 (59 worldwide citation)

A tractor includes: (a) a one piece frame having opposite ends defined by respective members adapted for receiving ballast with the rear member including a hitch located below any mounted ballast, (b) a dual screen filtering arrangement located upstream of a radiator and an engine combustion air inl ...


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Jack Weinstein: Twist tube lift child proof cap and container. Primary Delivery Systems, Kenneth P Glynn, January 21, 1992: US05082130 (54 worldwide citation)

The present invention is directed to a child resistance container and lid which utilizes a semi-flexible ring. The snap lid which is utilized in the present invention container is substantially set into the top of the container and this lid has one component of either an extended lift member or an i ...


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Michael E Baker, Thomas M Baker: High lift system control assembly. The Boeing Company, Hughes Barnard & Cassidy, August 6, 1985: US04533096 (52 worldwide citation)

A control assembly (50) for deployment of aircraft wing flaps is comprised of an input cam mechanism (54), a feedback cam mechanism (56) and a summing lever member (58) operatively interconnecting the cam mechanisms for mechanically summing independent inputs therefrom to yield a mechanical output s ...



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