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  1. 11.
    A supersonic fan nozzle for abrasive blast removal of coatings particularly for use with plastic abrasive media, provides much greater media particle velocity, a more uniform velocity profile, and a more uniform media particle distribution than prior art nozzles. The new nozzle has a constant height throat area about...
    IPCOM000001368D | Original Publication Date: 1994-Dec-06
  2. 12.
    An electromagnetic fastener for manipulating objects in space uses the matic attraction of various metals. An end effector is attached to a robotic manipulating system having an electromagnet such that when current is supplied to the electromagnet, the object is drawn and affixed to the end effector, and when the...
    IPCOM000001367D | Original Publication Date: 1994-Nov-01
  3. 13.
    An absorbent article such as a sanitary napkin having an improved topsheet that provides improved skin comfort as well as superior fluid handling characteristics. Such absorbent articles comprise a liquid pervious topsheet, a liquid impervious backsheet, and an absorbent core positioned between the topsheet and the...
    IPCOM000001366D | Original Publication Date: 1994-Nov-01
  4. 14.
    Disclosed are indicia for use in conjunction with the core of an absorbent article, such as a sanitary napkin, disposable diaper, or adult incontinence product. The indicia are absorbent or liquid pervious to obviate reduction in the target area for loading of the absorbent core of such product. The indicia provide a...
    IPCOM000001365D | Original Publication Date: 1994-Nov-01
  5. 15.
    Improved compositions with a good balance of properties comprise polymer blends of a linear alternating polyketone polymer of carbon monoxide and at least one ethylenically unsaturated hydrocarbon with a cracked polyolefin polymer. The cracked polyolefin polymer is preferably a cracked polypropylene or polybutylene...
    IPCOM000001364D | Original Publication Date: 1994-Nov-01
  6. 16.
    Polymer particles each containing at least one void and also a hydrophobic copolymeric surfactant and a hydrophilic copolymeric surfactant. The hydrophobic surfactant comprises long hydrophobic chains anchored in the particles and hydrophilic chains exposed to the voids. The hydrophilic copolymeric surfactant...
    IPCOM000001363D | Original Publication Date: 1994-Nov-01
  7. 17.
    Apparatus and method are disclosed for providing the transfer of a semiconductor wafer from a first to a second location. The apparatus includes a transfer arm including a plurality of apertures to facilitate the attachment of a bowed wafer, without breakage or frontside contact, to the transfer arm. The size, number...
    IPCOM000001362D | Original Publication Date: 1994-Nov-01
  8. 18.
    A method for horizontal mating of multiple floating sections of an offshore platform using a single point mooring is disclosed. The single point mooring is installed at a predetermined mating site. The first section of the platform is transported to the mating site. Anchor handling vessels tow the section to the...
    IPCOM000001361D | Original Publication Date: 1994-Nov-01
  9. 19.
    An underwater sensing system has a trunk cable that transmits a plurality clock signals from its first end to its second end. A plurality of signal handling nodes are installed successively along the trunk cable in a spaced apart relationship. Each of a plurality of linear sensor arrays extend from one signal handling...
    IPCOM000001360D | Original Publication Date: 1994-Nov-01
  10. 20.
    A refractive index variability measuring system using a configuration of ical interferometers, mirrors, windows and receivers is desirable. The system provides an improved and a distinctive method for vibration and thermal expansion cancellation. Additionally, an improved matching of optical paths by using this system...
    IPCOM000001359D | Original Publication Date: 1994-Nov-01