Patents by Inventor Jonathan P. Young

Jonathan P. Young 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: 20190171684
    Abstract: A method of presenting a set of search results includes the steps of: receiving a query input by a user, the query comprising one or more search terms; generating the set of search results; filtering the generated set of search results; ranking the filtered set of search results; displaying the ranked set of search results. At least one of the generating, filtering, ranking, and displaying are based on the one or more search terms and are further based on at least one additional stored item. The additional stored item is related to the user and/or the query. The additional stored item includes at least one of: an ontology of the one or more search terms, a personal profile of the user, and a search history of the user.
    Type: Application
    Filed: February 8, 2019
    Publication date: June 6, 2019
    Applicant: Shocase, Inc.
    Inventors: Ronald P. Young, David Anthony Burgess, Jonathan Trevor, Peter Rugg
  • Patent number: 6874608
    Abstract: A frictional clutch for a motor vehicle includes a cover, a pressure plate, a biasing member, an adjustment mechanism and a dust shield assembly. The cover has an axis of rotation. The pressure plate is coupled to the cover for rotation therewith about the axis. The pressure plate has a frictional engagement surface substantially normal to the axis. The biasing member is interposed between the cover the pressure plate, and biases the pressure plate toward an engaged pressure plate position. The adjustment mechanism is centered about the axis and is located at a first radial distance from the axis. The adjustment mechanism is operably disposed between the biasing member and one of the pressure plate and the cover. The dust shield assembly includes an annular wall disposed radially within the adjustment mechanism. The annular dust shield assembly is in axial alignment with the adjustment mechanism.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: June 30, 2003
    Date of Patent: April 5, 2005
    Assignee: Eaton Corporation
    Inventors: John D. Conrad, Roger E. Knueve, John D. Kroemer, Jonathan P. Young, Jeffrey S. Blessinger, John A. Schenkel, III
  • Publication number: 20040055846
    Abstract: A frictional clutch for a motor vehicle includes a cover, a pressure plate, a biasing member, air adjustment mechanism and an annular shield. The cover has an axis of rotation. The pressure plate is coupled to the cover for rotation therewith about the axis. The pressure plate has a frictional engagement surface substantially normal to the axis. The biasing member is interposed between the cover the pressure plate, and biases the pressure plate toward an engaged pressure plate position. The adjustment mechanism is centered about the axis and is located at a first radial distance from the axis. The adjustment mechanism is operably disposed between the biasing member and one of the pressure plate and the cover. The annular dust shield is disposed radially within the adjustment mechanism. The annular dust shield is axially alignment with the adjustment mechanism. The shield is sized and oriented to protect the adjustment mechanism from debris radiating outward from a central area of the clutch.
    Type: Application
    Filed: June 30, 2003
    Publication date: March 25, 2004
    Applicant: Eaton Corporation
    Inventors: John D. Conrad, Roger E. Knueve, John D. Kroemer, Jonathan P. Young, Jeffrey S. Blessinger, John A. Schenkel
  • Patent number: 5636667
    Abstract: Fuel dispensers are converted to provide vaccum assisted recovery of vapors. Where previously provided with, or "plumbed" for, a pressure balance type of recovery system, the prior hose means is disconnected to permit mounting of a fuel driven, vacuum pump in communication with preexisting fuel and vapor conduit means. Where there has been no prior provision for vapor recovery, conduit means are installed to provide communication between the dispenser pedestal and a remote receiver for fuel vapors. One end of a coaxial hose, preferably of the inverted type, is mounted on the pump and the opposite end of the coaxial hose is connected to a vacuum assist nozzle.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: March 2, 1995
    Date of Patent: June 10, 1997
    Assignee: Dover Corporation
    Inventors: Jonathan P. Young, Victor A. Schrand, Raymond C. Pilch
  • Patent number: 5605182
    Abstract: A vehicle identification system for use in a refueling station for identifying vehicle requirements, in which a control unit is located in a fuel dispenser for controlling functions of the dispenser such as fuel selection and activation of the dispenser's vapor recovery systems, and a driver circuit is located on the nozzle spout. The control unit communicates with the driver circuit through an intrinsically safe connection in a fuel hose and is programmed to periodically transmit a low power pulse signal to the driver circuit through this connection. The driver circuit includes a power generating means and an antenna for generating an RF interrogation signal in response to each pulse. The RF interrogation signal is detected by a transponder disposed on a vehicle adjacent the vehicle's fill pipe, when the nozzle is positioned adjacent to or in the fill pipe for refueling.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: April 20, 1995
    Date of Patent: February 25, 1997
    Assignee: Dover Corporation
    Inventors: David Oberrecht, Stephen J. Stephenson, Sean Scott, Curtis E. Frederick, Jonathan P. Young
  • Patent number: 5577538
    Abstract: A fuel dispensing nozzle is provided with a view glass/fuel flow indicator that are disposed between the main fuel valve and a downstream check valve. The view glass/flow indicator means comprise a pair of horizontally aligned view glasses. A plurality of embodiments illustrate the use of different sub-assemblies in providing the view glass/flow indicator functions, as well as different provisions for obtaining a seal that prevents leakage of fuel at the view glass units.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: December 5, 1994
    Date of Patent: November 26, 1996
    Assignee: Dover Corporation
    Inventors: Charles A. Sunderhaus, Jonathan P. Young, David A. Oberrecht, Charles J. Moorman