Patents by Inventor Jake Taylor

Jake Taylor 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).

  • Patent number: 10760475
    Abstract: An inlet tank for a charge cooler comprises a manifold portion, a turbocharger inlet port, and a supercharger inlet port. The turbocharger inlet port is in fluid communication with a compressor wheel of a turbocharger and the manifold portion of the inlet tank. An opening is formed in a sidewall of the turbocharger inlet port. The supercharger inlet port is in fluid communication with an electric supercharger and intersects the turbocharger inlet port. The opening formed in the sidewall of the turbocharger inlet port provides fluid communication between the supercharger inlet port and the turbocharger inlet port. A valve element selectively determines when a flow of air from the supercharger inlet port enters the turbocharger inlet port through the opening based on a pressure differential present between the air exiting the compressor wheel of the turbocharger and the air exiting a compression mechanism of the electric supercharger.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: July 11, 2018
    Date of Patent: September 1, 2020
    Assignee: HANON SYSTEMS
    Inventors: Stephen Joyce, Jon Stansfield, Jake Taylor, Tom Kelham, Tom Baldwin, Leo Somhorst
  • Patent number: 10596684
    Abstract: A tool has a body with an axially extending cavity containing partly cylindrical receptacles. Each receptacle has an opening facing inward toward the axis. A partly cylindrical cam portion of a jaw fits within each of the receptacles. Each jaw has a workpiece engaging portion protruding from the body. Each of the cam portions has a pair of flat flanks that protrude inward from the opening of one of the receptacles. The flat flanks intersect each other at an inner corner. Each flank abuts one of the flanks of another of the cam members. Each of the engaging portions has an outer surface configured to engage a hole within the workpiece. An increment of rotation of the body relative to the jaws causes the inner corners of the flanks to move outward from the axis and the outer surfaces of the engaging portions to move from a contracted position to an expanded position.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: February 27, 2017
    Date of Patent: March 24, 2020
    Assignee: ToolTech, LLC
    Inventors: Jake Merrick, Lucas Taylor
  • Publication number: 20190186345
    Abstract: An inlet tank for a charge cooler comprises a manifold portion, a turbocharger inlet port, and a supercharger inlet port. The turbocharger inlet port is in fluid communication with a compressor wheel of a turbocharger and the manifold portion of the inlet tank. An opening is formed in a sidewall of the turbocharger inlet port. The supercharger inlet port is in fluid communication with an electric supercharger and intersects the turbocharger inlet port. The opening formed in the sidewall of the turbocharger inlet port provides fluid communication between the supercharger inlet port and the turbocharger inlet port. A valve element selectively determines when a flow of air from the supercharger inlet port enters the turbocharger inlet port through the opening based on a pressure differential present between the air exiting the compressor wheel of the turbocharger and the air exiting a compression mechanism of the electric supercharger.
    Type: Application
    Filed: July 11, 2018
    Publication date: June 20, 2019
    Inventors: Stephen Joyce, Jon Stansfield, Jake Taylor, Tom Kelham, Tom Baldwin, Leo Somhorst
  • Publication number: 20100315079
    Abstract: A method is disclosed for increasing the sensitivity of a solid state electronic spin based magnetometer that makes use of individual electronic spins or ensembles of electronic spins in a solid-state lattice, for example NV centers in a diamond lattice. The electronic spins may be configured to undergo a Zeeman shift in energy level when photons of light are applied to the electronic spins followed by pulses of an RF field that is substantially transverse to the magnetic field being detected. The method may include coherently controlling the electronic spins by applying to the electronic spins a sequence of RF pulses that dynamically decouple the electronic spins from mutual spin-spin interactions and from interactions with the lattice. The sequence of RF pulses may be a Hahn spin-echo sequence, a Can Purcell Meiboom Gill sequence, or a MREV8 pulse sequence, by way of example.
    Type: Application
    Filed: December 3, 2008
    Publication date: December 16, 2010
    Applicant: PRESIDENT AND FELLOWS OF HARVARD COLLEGE
    Inventors: Mikhail Lukin, Ronald L. Walsworth, Amir Yacoby, Paola Capellaro, Jake Taylor, Liang Jiang, Lillian Childress