Patents by Inventor Daniel W. Chapman

Daniel W. Chapman has filed for patents to protect the following inventions. This listing includes patent applications that are pending as well as patents that have already been granted by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).

  • Publication number: 20210030294
    Abstract: The system and method provide for electrocardiogram analysis and optimization of patient-customized cardiopulmonary resuscitation and therapy delivery. An external medical device includes a housing and a processor within the housing. The processor can be configured to receive an input signal for a patient receiving chest compressions and to select at least one filter mechanism and to apply the filter mechanism to the signal to at least substantially remove chest compression artifacts from the signal. A real time dynamic analysis of a cardiac rhythm is applied to adjust and integrate CPR prompting of a medical device. Real-time cardiac rhythm quality is facilitated using a rhythm assessment meter.
    Type: Application
    Filed: October 27, 2017
    Publication date: February 4, 2021
    Inventors: Joseph L. Sullivan, Ronald E. Stickney, Robert G. Walker, Daniel Piraino, Isabelle Banville, Fred W. Chapman
  • Patent number: 10905344
    Abstract: The system and method provide for electrocardiogram analysis and optimization of patient-customized cardiopulmonary resuscitation and therapy delivery. An external medical device includes a housing and a processor within the housing. The processor can be configured to receive an input signal for a patient receiving chest compressions and to select at least one filter mechanism and to apply the filter mechanism to the signal to at least substantially remove chest compression artifacts from the signal. A real time dynamic analysis of a cardiac rhythm is applied to adjust and integrate CPR prompting of a medical device. Real-time cardiac rhythm quality is facilitated using a rhythm assessment meter.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: October 27, 2017
    Date of Patent: February 2, 2021
    Assignee: Physio-Control, Inc.
    Inventors: Joseph L. Sullivan, Ronald E. Stickney, Robert G. Walker, Daniel Piraino, Isabelle Banville, Fred W. Chapman
  • Publication number: 20210015387
    Abstract: The system and method provide for electrocardiogram analysis and optimization of patient-customized cardiopulmonary resuscitation and therapy delivery. An external medical device includes a housing and a processor within the housing. The processor can be configured to receive an input signal for a patient receiving chest compressions and to select at least one filter mechanism and to apply the filter mechanism to the signal to at least substantially remove chest compression artifacts from the signal. A real time dynamic analysis of a cardiac rhythm is applied to adjust and integrate CPR prompting of a medical device. Real-time cardiac rhythm quality is facilitated using a rhythm assessment meter.
    Type: Application
    Filed: October 1, 2020
    Publication date: January 21, 2021
    Inventors: Joseph L. Sullivan, Ronald E. Stickney, Robert G. Walker, Daniel W. Piraino, Isabelle Banville, Fred W. Chapman
  • Publication number: 20200368977
    Abstract: Composite structure fabrication systems and methods. The systems include a plurality of ply carriers, each of which is configured to support at least one ply segment, and an elongate forming mandrel, which defines an elongate ply forming surface that is shaped to define a surface contour of the composite structure. The systems further include a carrier transfer device, which is configured to selectively convey a selected ply carrier from a ply kitting area to an intermediate location, and a forming machine, which is configured to deform the selected ply carrier and a respective ply segment over a selected portion of the elongate ply forming surface. The forming machine further is configured to separate the selected ply carrier from the respective ply segment and return the selected ply carrier to the carrier transfer device. The methods include methods of operating the systems.
    Type: Application
    Filed: August 12, 2020
    Publication date: November 26, 2020
    Inventors: Jose L. Encinosa, Samuel F. Zambrana, Daniel M. Rotter, Michael Robert Chapman, Stephen K. Halladin, Benjamin Bowen Lee, Joshua Dee Little, Douglas Alan McCarville, Jason A. Medenciy, Russell D. Chiupka, Marcin Artur Rabiega, Andrey F. Yurchik, Martin W. Hansen, Thomas P. Harper
  • Patent number: 10800111
    Abstract: Composite structure fabrication systems and methods. The systems include a plurality of ply carriers, each of which is configured to support at least one ply segment, and an elongate forming mandrel, which defines an elongate ply forming surface that is shaped to define a surface contour of the composite structure. The systems further include a carrier transfer device, which is configured to selectively convey a selected ply carrier from a ply kitting area to an intermediate location, and a forming machine, which is configured to deform the selected ply carrier and a respective ply segment over a selected portion of the elongate ply forming surface. The forming machine further is configured to separate the selected ply carrier from the respective ply segment and return the selected ply carrier to the carrier transfer device. The methods include methods of operating the systems.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: June 16, 2015
    Date of Patent: October 13, 2020
    Assignee: The Boeing Company
    Inventors: Jose L. Encinosa, Samuel F. Zambrana, Daniel M. Rotter, Michael Robert Chapman, Stephen K. Halladin, Benjamin Bowen Lee, Joshua Dee Little, Douglas Alan McCarville, Jason A. Medenciy, Russell D. Chiupka, Marcin Artur Rabiega, Andrey F. Yurchik, Martin W. Hansen, Thomas P. Harper
  • Patent number: 5430590
    Abstract: A spindle system is comprised or a journal and thrust air bearing. The journal bearing; has two sets of opposing groove areas. The thrust air bearing has two sets of spiral grooves. The thrust air bearing is gimballed to compensate for misaligment. A bias contact member is connected to the rotating member along the axis of rotation and provides electrical grounding, The spindle system is especially applicable to mounting recording disks in a data storage disk drive.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: February 14, 1994
    Date of Patent: July 4, 1995
    Assignee: International Business Machines Corporation
    Inventors: Norman G. Ainslie, David W. Albrecht, James W. Berberich, Daniel W. Chapman, Mats A. Engwall, Richard E. Mach, Zack D. Reynolds
  • Patent number: 5328272
    Abstract: A spindle system is comprised of a journal and thrust air bearing. The journal bearing has two sets of opposing groove areas. The thrust air bearing has two sets of spiral grooves. The thrust air bearing is gimballed to compensate for misalignment. A bias contact member is connected to the rotating member along the axis of rotation and provides electrical grounding. The spindle system is especially applicable to mounting recording disks in a data storage disk drive.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: December 23, 1991
    Date of Patent: July 12, 1994
    Assignee: International Business Machines
    Inventors: Norman G. Ainslie, David W. Albrecht, James W. Berberich, Daniel W. Chapman, Mats A. Engwall, Richard E. Mach, Zack D. Reynolds
  • Patent number: 4789914
    Abstract: A thin film magnetic read/write head/arm assembly and method of manufacturing the same is disclosed herein. Contact soldering of the opposite to disk side of the read/write head to a cable in laminate relationship to the suspension arm, or a polyimide strip with conductors deposited thereon provides both electrical interconnection and mechanical support. Semiconductor devices can also be intermediately soldered between the head and cable for maximum noise suppression.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: October 28, 1986
    Date of Patent: December 6, 1988
    Assignee: International Business Machines Corporation
    Inventors: Norman G. Ainslie, Vlasta A. Brusic, Daniel W. Chapman, Lubomyr T. Romankiw, Richard K. Wilmer