Apparatus for directing ionising radiation in the form of or produced by beams from particle accelerators. Varian Associates, June 22, 1962: FR1296844-A (4 worldwide citation)

957,342. Linear particle accelerators; X-ray tubes. VARIAN ASSOCIATES. July 27, 1961 [Aug. 1, 1960], No. 27305/61. Heading HID. [Also in Division H5] A beam of accelerated particles for direct irradiation of an object or for producing X-rays for irradiating the object, is bent through 90 degrees and ...

Particle accelerator. Ibm, August 17, 1966: GB1039137-A (4 worldwide citation)

1,039,137. Particle accelerators. INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MACHINES CORPORATION. Aug. 4, 1964 [July 29, 1963], No. 30675/64. Heading H1D. A particle accelerator employing cyclotron resonance acceleration has a curved, as shown annular, gap 19 across which the particles are simultaneously accelerated i ...

Christopher J Wicken, Gregg A Wicken: Helium free balloon assembly. Balloon Innovations, Santangelo Law Offices P C, June 13, 2017: US09679504 (3 worldwide citation)

The inventive technology disclosed herein includes methods and apparatus for novel and unique helium-free balloon support assemblies as well as complementary support systems that may be used to display one or more helium-free balloons.

Cheo Bernard Ru Shao: Active rf cavity.. Univ Polytechnic, July 20, 1994: EP0606870-A1 (3 worldwide citation)

An active RF cavity is defined by a conductive wall in which a plurality of solid state power amplifiers are mounted. The solid state power amplifiers induce an RF current at an inner surface of the wall to form an oscillating electromagnetic (EM) field within the cavity. Preferably, the power ampli ...

Heidi Baumgartner, Timothy William Koeth: B-K electrode for fixed-frequency particle accelerators. Koeth Law P L L C, Michelle M Koeth Esq, June 26, 2012: US08207656 (3 worldwide citation)

An electrode for fixed-frequency particle accelerators geometrically compensating for relativistic mass increase by placing the acceleration gap at the location of the particle at each peak of the accelerating electric field.

John H Broadhurst: Resistor holder. Sysmed, Herman H Bains, August 29, 1989: US04862135 (3 worldwide citation)

A resistor device for use with electrostatic particle accelerators includes a resistor element positioned within a tubular housing having a fixed end cap at one end thereof and a movable end cap at the other end thereof. The tubular housing, fixed end cap, and movable end cap serve as an electromagn ...

Steven E Summer: Method for implementing radiation hardened, power efficient, non isolated low output voltage DC/DC converters with non-radiation hardened components. Stephen E Feldman PC, November 14, 2006: US07135846 (3 worldwide citation)

A method of producing an economical DC/DC converter that efficiently produces a relatively low output voltage and operates in a high ionizing radiation dose environment such as found in spacecraft and particle accelerator applications. That is, the converter comprises two P-channel FETs, a switching ...

Konrad Meier: Method and apparatus for fabricating a curved magnet coil. Siemens Aktiengesellschaft, Kenyon & Kenyon, December 1, 1987: US04709470 (3 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for fabricating a curved disc-shaped magnet coil, especially for particle accelerators. The conductor is wound around a coil form which has a convex outside and a concave inside with therefore a partly negative curvature, using elements pressing the conductor onto the inside o ...

Gleason Thomas J: Charged-particle triggered discharge for a laser. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Army, November 13, 1973: US3772608 (3 worldwide citation)

Method and apparatus for triggering a discharge in a laser utilizing charged particles. A source of charged particles injects a beam of charged particles throughout the discharge volume of a laser to create uniform ionization therein and thus trigger the electrical discharge needed to excite the las ...