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Geoffrey L Taylor: Piezoresistive foot pressure measurement. William L Chapin, April 17, 2001: US06216545 (67 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for measuring pressures exerted on human feet or horses' hooves comprises a rectangular array of piezoresistive force sensors encapsulated in a thin polymer package that is inserted into a shoe, or incorporated into a sock that may be pulled over a foot or hoof. The prefe ...


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Geoffrey L Taylor: Piezoresistive foot pressure measurement method and apparatus. William L Chapin, December 5, 2000: US06155120 (65 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus (68, 40) for measuring pressures exerted on 6 human feet or horses' hooves comprises a rectangular array of piezoresistive force sensors encapsulated in a thin polymer package (40) that is inserted into a shoe, or incorporated into a sock that may be pulled over a foot or hoof ...


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Harmon L Hoffman Jr, Jacob Tolsma: Polymer fabric compacting process. Meadox Medicals, Blum Moscovitz Friedman & Kaplan, October 19, 1976: US03986828 (57 worldwide citation)

Polyester fabric which may be in the form of a warp-knitted lock-stitched or tricot-stitched tubular construction is compacted by treatment with NO.sub.2 either in the gaseous phase or in solution. The product, after neutralization, washing and crimping is suitable for vascular prostheses. In one fo ...


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Gary R Portwood: Multi-piece rotary cone drill bit seal. Smith International, Christie Parker & Hale, October 23, 2001: US06305483 (36 worldwide citation)

Multi-piece seals of this invention include an annular seal body that is formed from an elastomeric energizing material, and that has a static seal surface along one surface and a contacting surface along another surface. A remaining seal portion in the form of a seal jacket or seal cap is connected ...


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John Cahill: Laminate wall structure. National Shelter Products, Flynn Thiel Boutell & Tanis P C, December 2, 2003: US06656858 (26 worldwide citation)

A laminate wall structure which can be used as an exterior wall in manufactured housing and site built construction is made up of a low density layer having a density of from about one-half pound to three pounds per cubic foot, a second, reinforcing layer laminated to the low density layer and, opti ...


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Ronald Lloyd, William O Murphy, Albert G Patchell, Peter J Herbert: Polymer fabric. Smith & Nephew Research, Robert F O Connell, January 9, 1979: US04133310 (22 worldwide citation)

A non-woven fabric is produced by stretching the film with on one surface a regular pattern of raised areas such as spaced hexagonal bosses and on the other surface a plurality of parallel grooves. Stretching is carried out in the groove direction. Preferably the polymer is a mixture of incompatible ...


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Stephen Blauer, Charles Blauer: Weather protective fabric combination, outerwear constructed therefrom. Blauer Manufacturing Company, Morse Altman Dacey & Benson, November 14, 1995: US05466515 (18 worldwide citation)

A fabric structure comprising a shell and a lining free of each other. The shell includes an outer closely woven synthetic fabric, an inner connected high tensile strength pattern imprinted on the inner face thereof, and fluorocarbon impregnation thereof. The lining includes an intermediate outer sy ...


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Stanley R Miska, Daniel T Courtney, Kenneth W Hermann: Wide area emi gasket with conductors traversing core. Schlegel Corporation, Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott, January 27, 1998: US05712449 (18 worldwide citation)

An EMI gasket blocks electromagnetic radiation between electrically conductive bodies, is disposed to occupy an area, and can have openings for conductors or connectors. A resilient core is covered on opposite surfaces with a conductive sheet material such as a metalized polymer fabric that can be w ...


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Earl H Shepherd, John W Cahill: Vehicle floor assembly. National Shelter Products, Flynn Thiel Boutell & Tanis P C, January 26, 1999: US05863091 (11 worldwide citation)

A vehicle floor assembly is made up of a floor and a liner provided underneath and attached to the floor. The liner is made up of a cellulosic or unwoven polymer fabric bonding layer laminated to a polymer fabric reinforcing layer. The polymer fabric of the reinforcing layer can either be woven or u ...


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Schanda Ralf: Sealing bellows for component such as pipe passing through wall of thermally insulated housing has layers of glass fibre fabric at ends. Linde, May 27, 2005: FR2862736-A1 (11 worldwide citation)

The bellows, made with an intermediate tubular portion (6) of a polymer fabric, has one or both ends (4, 5) equipped with at least three layers of rubber-coated glass fibre fabric (8, 9, 11).