Month of March 2006 - Page Number 6

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  1. 51.
    A simple system is described that is able to upgrade the performance of an electrical machine that is limited in performance either by a hot spot in the end of the bar in the so-called involutes endwinding area or by a non-stable fan. Thy system comprises regular holes in the fan guide, which ensure additional flow in...
    IPCOM000135135D | 2006-Mar-31
  2. 52.
    Oiled SIS polymers and processes for their production are disclosed. These processes result in advantages including reduced mixing time and less shear degradation. An adhesive composition comprising the oiled polymer of the invention is also disclosed.
    IPCOM000001329D | Original Publication Date: 1994-Jul-05
  3. 53.
    A biodegradation apparatus comprising an enclosed vessel for holding a large volume of soil contaminated with hydrocarbons. Air diffusers uniformly within the vessel force moistened air through the vessel thereby removing volatile hydrocarbons from the contaminated soil. Outgoing air is supplied to vapor phase...
    IPCOM000001328D | Original Publication Date: 1994-Jul-05
  4. 54.
    A silver halide photographic material comprising a support having provided thereon a silver halide emulsion layer, in which said silver halide emulsion layer contains at least one sensitizing dye selected from the group consisting of a compound represented by formula (I): ##STR1## and a compound represented by formula...
    IPCOM000001327D | Original Publication Date: 1994-Jul-05
  5. 55.
    A high temperature molten salt thermal cell is provided including an alkali etal containing anode, a molten lithium halide electrolyte and at least one binary sulfide of chromium as the cathode.
    IPCOM000001326D | Original Publication Date: 1994-Jul-05
  6. 56.
    IPCOM000135123D | Original Publication Date: 2006-Mar-31
  7. 57.
    This invention relates to lead anchors for implantable leads and catheters. The looped anchor is employed to prevent or limit the migration of the implantable lead or catheter inside the body of a patient, thus providing stable stimulation or drug therapy at the selected body tissue. The looped anchor described...
    IPCOM000135122D | 2006-Mar-31
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    IPCOM000135121D | 2006-Mar-31
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    IPCOM000135120D | 2006-Mar-31
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    IPCOM000135119D | 2006-Mar-31