Abstract: The present invention relates to 4-phenylthiazole derivatives, namely 2-(2-hydroxyethylamino)-4-phenylthiazole and its addition salts.These derivatives act on the CNS and are useful as sedatives.
Abstract: A method and system of continually reforming sewage and other organic materials into liquid oils and gases by pyrolysis using the containing and entrained water in the inorganic and organic constituents of the sewage.
Abstract: A method and system of continually reforming sewage and other organic materials into liquid oils and gases by pyrolysis using the contained and entrained water in the inorganic and organic constituents of the sewage.
Abstract: Frequency domain cross-correlation fluorometers may be improved over present designs by providing a coherent signal at one frequency to means for detecting luminescence from a sample, which is elicited by light modulated at another frequency, in which the two frequencies, obtained from a pair of phase-locked loop frequency synthesizers, are different from each other by at least 100 hertz, which is a significantly greater difference than used in corresponding prior art fluorometers. This permits the use of the phase-locked loop frequency synthesizers, rather than the currently used direct synthesis synthesizers, providing significant advantages.
Abstract: A system for metering nutrient media to cell culture containers includes a media flow conduit which defines at one end means for substantially aseptic communication with the source of the media. In a preferred embodiment, sterile connectors may be used for essentially sterile conditions. A branch conduit extends from the flow conduit at a location spaced from the ends. The branch conduit communicates with means for receiving a predetermined-volume aliquot of media through the media flow conduit from said one end. The flow conduit also defines a portion downstream from the branch conduit, which communicates with at least one cell culture container, each container being a flexible bag. At least part of the flexible bag is made of a material capable of providing at least 2 times the oxygen diffusion and at least 2 times the carbon dioxide diffusion between the bag interior and exterior, compared with an identically-sized, sealed bag having polyethylene walls 0.013 inch thick.
May 12, 1986
Date of Patent:
May 9, 1989
Baxter International Inc.
Martha C. Pattillo, David V. Bacehowski, Arnold C. Bilstad, Herbert M. Cullis, T. Michael Dennehey, James W. Yang, William C. Brown
Abstract: The switch comprises, incorporated in its casing (2), an upper circuit board (16) which carries a control electronic circuit (18) and a lower circuit board (24) which carries power components, such as relays (26), for the feed power supply of the apparatus to be controlled. Both superposed boards (16, 24) are linked together, mechanically and electrically, by linking pillars (40). Application to the automatic control of a window lifting device or to the delay control of window heating device on cars.
September 28, 1987
Date of Patent:
March 28, 1989
Jean-Michel Saulgeot, Gerard Lepine, Claude Caillon
Abstract: A mold comprises a molding chamber, a sprue aperture communicating with the chamber for introducing molding compound into the chamber, and a mold gate for regulating molding compound flow through the sprue aperture. In accordance with this invention, the mold gate comprises flexible flap means positioned to restrict flow of molding compound through the sprue aperture. The flap means is positioned to be flexed toward the molding chamber by pressurized molding compound, to permit increased flow of the molding compound through the sprue aperture into the molding chamber. The flap means is capable of returning to their original shape when the pressurized molding compound is substantially released of its pressure, particularly in the circumstance where a suction step in the molding compound pressure cycle provides a negative pressure. The flap means in its original shape at least substantially obstructs the sprue aperture.
Abstract: A cleaning head for an air flow type cleaner defines an open-faced chamber for facing the surface to be cleaned. An air recirculating conduit draws air from the chamber through a first port in the chamber adjacent one end thereof. A baffle in the cleaning head is positioned substantially between the one end and the first port to reduce the flow of dirt-laden air to the one end. By this invention, one or more apertures provide communication at a central portion of the baffle substantially between the first port and that volume within the chamber which extends between the baffle and the one end, to provide air suction to prevent dirt accumulation in that volume.
Abstract: Described herein is a flat lapping machine capable of precision-abrading simultaneously flat surfaces on the front and rear sides of a work in the fashion of lapping, polishing and grinding machines. The present invention contemplates to provide a flat lapping machine which is simplified in construction as compared with conventional flap lapping machines having a large number of carriers in planetary motions, and which can stop the respective carriers easily in specific positions and directions at the end of a lapping operation. To this end, the present invention employs a large number of support gear mechanisms each constituted by a plural number of small gears and located at uniform intervals around a center gear, rotatably supporting the respective carriers in predetermined positions while the respective carriers are driven by the center gear.
Abstract: A vehicle has first and second drivers' seats and a control console, the control console carrying a plurality of individual controls and display means. The drivers' seats are in side-by-side relation. By this invention, a pivot carries the control console to permit the console to pivot between at least a first position facing the first driver's seat and a second position facing the second driver's seat. Thus, two drivers may operate the vehicle from the same control console in alternating manner. Typically a, releasable lock provides retention of the control console in either of the two positions described above, and also in an intermediate rotating position in which the control console faces between the two seats. Also, cable may communicate with the control console, the cable extending through the pivot for communication with the rest of the vehicle.
Abstract: A grid parabolic antenna formed of a peripheral hoop and a plurality of metallic reflector ribs arranged in planes substantially parallel to each other and connected to the hoop. The reflector ribs each have an elongated cross-sectional configuration, with the elongation being in a direction that is generally parallel to the axis of the antenna feed which is at the focus of the parabola.
Abstract: An electrical interconnector comprises an outer housing defining a first aperture; a rotor member occupying the first aperture in rotational relation to it; the first electrical connection carried on the outer housing; a second electrical connection carried on rotor member; and a coiled conducter wire loosely coiled in a plurality of coils about the rotor member with the outer housing, the coil conducter wire being connected at respective ends thereof to the first and second electrical connections. In this invention, one or more recesses are carried on either the outer housing or rotor member. One or more flexible detents are carried by the other of the outer housing and rotor, the detents being normally positioned to project into the recesses to prevent rotation between the outer housing and rotor member.
Abstract: A break-apart container which comprises: abutting first and second compartments, the first and second compartments each defining a facing wall that lies against the facing wall of the outer compartment in face-to-face relation. The facing walls may be sealed together only with manually frangible seals, and the break-apart container is retained within a wrapper.
Abstract: A secondary lock for preventing separation of a pair of connected tubular members comprises an elongated body which carries a toothed rack. A first transversely extending retention member is carried adjacent one end of the body, with a sliding member slidably mounted on the body for longitudinal movement therealong. The sliding member carries a second transversely extending retention member. Each of the retention members are proportioned to grip and retain one of the tubular members. A pawl is provided for engaging the rack to permit the sliding member to be moved toward the first member but not away from the first member. However, the pawl is disengageable to permit the sliding member to be moved away from the first member when desired.
Abstract: A fiber optic contact comprises a fiber optic cable having a first free end, and a sleeve member surrounding the first free end and proportioned to support the first free end in abutting relation with a second free end of another fiber optic cable for optical transmission between them. In accordance with this invention, a collet is slidably mounted on the sleeve member. Compression spring means are carried on the sleeve member between the collet and the first free end, so that the contact may be retained in the desired abutting relation by retention means that engages the collet in a position to bias the first free end against the second free end through the spring means.
March 30, 1987
Date of Patent:
December 6, 1988
Methode Electronics, Inc.
Christopher A. Paul, Stephan H. Schramme
Abstract: A solder button may be attached to an elongated conductor by substantially surrounding a portion of the conductor with a mass of solder. The mass of solder may be crimped or heat welded into fixed position onto the elongated conductor, which is typically in ribbon form, with the solder being cut from a strip of solder by cutting and crimping means, the strip of solder being in transverse relation to the conductor at the crimping means. The elongated conductor, with attached solder buttons, may be attached by automated means in a single step to a pane of glass or the like.
Abstract: An electrical contact having a compliant section for mounting the contact on a circuit board in a plated-through hole. The compliant section includes a section having a configuration which deforms upon insertion into the circuit board hole and creates positive electrical contact at three points. The contact may include a wire wrap tail and an upper pin or post to mate with a connector.
Abstract: A mold, typically an injection mold, having a mold core and a mold cavity has centering rib means at its parting line defined on one of the core and cavity, projecting in the closed position into a groove defined by the other of the mold core and cavity in the closed position. By this invention a wear member is removably secured in the groove at a position which is radially inward of the centering rib. The wear member defines a radially outer face that is acutely angled outwardly from the longitudinal axis of the mold relative to the centering rib. The radially inner surface of the centering rib defines a plane parallel to the radially outer face and positioned whereby the radially outer face and radially inner surface abut each other in the closed position.
Abstract: A pallet rack discloses a pair of spaced, parallel rails, plus first and second wheeled carts mounted in rolling relation with the pair of rails. The second cart is capable of rolling over the first cart to overlie the first cart without movement-obstructing contact therewith. In accordance with this invention, each rail of the pair comprises a vertical web and a pair of generally horizontal flange portions extending outwardly in opposed directions from the web. The wheels of the carts ride on the flange portions, with the wheels of one of the carts riding on the flange portion of each rail which is opposed to the flange portions on which the wheels of the other of said carts ride. At least a portion of the web stands above the flange portions to limit the lateral movement of the wheels.
Abstract: A dust trap for flowing gases comprises an inlet conduit which terminates in a transverse wall for impact-type dust separation (i.e. inertial separation). A side entry port is positioned adjacent the transverse wall. The side entry port communicates with the circulation chamber defining an angled opposed wall in the opposite side of the chamber of the side entry port. The angled, opposed wall is substantially perpendicular to gas flow through the side entry port, to cause flowing gas from the side entry port to split vertically into swirling upward and downward flow patterns for further dust separation. The lower part of the circulation chamber is normally closed off from the exterior. The upper part of the circulation chamber communicates with an outlet conduit.