Patents by Inventor Richard A. Beyerle

Richard A. Beyerle 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: 9444123
    Abstract: A battery pack includes a plurality of prismatic format batteries in a stacked configuration. Flexible graphite sheet heat spreaders are interposed between adjacent prismatic batteries in the stack. A heat sink extends the length of the stack of prismatic format batteries. Both heat spreader major surfaces contact the heat sink at contact areas and thereby extend into the heat sink by at least 30 percent of the thru-thickness of the heat sink.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: October 30, 2015
    Date of Patent: September 13, 2016
    Assignee: GrafTech International Holdings Inc.
    Inventors: Richard A. Beyerle, II, Ian A. McCallum, Martin D. Smalc, Jonathan A. Taylor, Ryan J. Wayne
  • Publication number: 20160049704
    Abstract: A battery pack includes a plurality of prismatic format batteries in a stacked configuration. Flexible graphite sheet heat spreaders are interposed between adjacent prismatic batteries in the stack. A heat sink extends the length of the stack of prismatic format batteries. Both heat spreader major surfaces contact the heat sink at contact areas and thereby extend into the heat sink by at least 30 percent of the thru-thickness of the heat sink.
    Type: Application
    Filed: October 30, 2015
    Publication date: February 18, 2016
    Inventors: Richard A. Beyerle, II, Ian A. McCallum, Martin D. Smalc, Jonathan A. Taylor, Ryan J. Wayne
  • Patent number: 5429738
    Abstract: A method and apparatus for continuously forming primed circuits, the apparatus including a cylindrical drum rotatable about a generally vertical axis and a tank for holding an electrolytic plating solution. The tank is dimensioned to surround a lower portion of the drum and immerse the lower portion of the drum in the electrolytic plating solution. Means for introducing electrolytic solution into the tank are provided, and a plurality of metallic anodes are disposed within the tank surrounding and facing the lower portion of the drum defining a generally uniform gap therebetween. A plurality of cathodes are disposed above the tank and facing an upper portion of the drum, the cathodes being biased toward the drum. The apparatus is adapted to receive a movable continuous flexible web having a thin layer of conductive metal on one side thereof. The metal layer is masked to expose a plurality of patterns aligned along the web and a continuous strip of exposed metal along one edge of the web.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: May 27, 1993
    Date of Patent: July 4, 1995
    Assignee: Gould Inc.
    Inventors: Richard A. Beyerle, Robert J. Plascak
  • Patent number: 5242562
    Abstract: A method and apparatus for continuously forming printed circuits, the apparatus including a cylindrical drum rotatable about a generally vertical axis and a tank for holding an electrolytic plating solution. The tank is dimensioned to surround a lower portion of the drum and immerse the lower portion of the drum in the electrolytic plating solution. Means for introducing electrolytic solution into the tank are provided, and a plurality of metallic anodes are disposed within the tank surrounding and facing the lower portion of the drum defining a generally uniform gap therebetween. A plurality of cathodes are disposed above the tank and facing an upper portion of the drum, the cathodes being biased toward the drum. The apparatus is adapted to receive a movable continuous flexible web having a thin layer of conductive metal on one side thereof. The metal layer is masked to expose a plurality of patterns aligned along the web and a continuous strip of exposed metal along one edge of the web.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: May 27, 1992
    Date of Patent: September 7, 1993
    Assignee: Gould Inc.
    Inventors: Richard A. Beyerle, Robert J. Plascak