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MORRIS, DAN 

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LEVEL 1 - 1 OF 4 PATENTS 
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Sep. 6, 1994 

Fabrication of high T C superconducting helical resonator 

coils 

INVENTOR: Su, Sophia R., Weston, Massachusetts 
O'Connor, Margaret, Worcester, Massachusetts 
Butler, Scott, N. Oxford, Massachusetts 

... [*13] oxygen for at least 2 hr. 

[*14] 14. A method in accordance with claim 11 wherein said mixture further 
comprises at least about 3 w/o grain aligned clusters of a like rare earth 
barium copper oxide superconductor. 

[*15] 15. A method in accordance with claim 11 wherein said rare earth 



barium copper oxide superconductor is an yttrium barium copper oxide 
superconductor . 

[*16] 16. A ... 

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Aug. 17, 1993 

Eddy current separator and method of making a rotor 

INVENTOR: Kauppila, Raymond, Marquette, Michigan 
Nowak, Gregory, Girard, Pennsylvania 

... as follows : 

[*1] 1. A rotor for an eddy current separator comprising a rotor body 
having generally cylindrical, outer peripheral surfaces designed to be rotated 
at a design speed; 

plate- like rare earth permanent magnets; 

adhesive means attaching said plate- like rare earth permanent magnets to said 
outer peripheral surfaces of said rotor body at a bond line; 

said plate- like rare earth permanent magnets being disposed in longitudinal 
rows extending from one end of said rotor to the other; 

said plate- like rare earth permanent magnets in a particular row having a 
polarity on their outer end opposite the polarity of an outer end of said 
plate- like permanent magnets in adjacent rows; 

a fiber means . . . 

... [*3] equal to that of carbon. 

[*4] 4. A rotor for an eddy current separator comprising a rotor body 
having generally cylindrical, outer peripheral surfaces designed to be rotated 
at a design speed; 

plate- like rare earth permanent magnets; 

adhesive means attaching said plate- like rare earth permanent magnets to said 
outer peripheral surfaces of said rotor body at a bond line; 

said plate- like rare earth permanent magnets being disposed in longitudinal 
rows extending from one end of said rotor to the other; 

said plate- like rare earth permanent magnets in a particular row having a 
polarity on their outer end opposite the polarity of an outer end of said 
plate- like permanent magnets in adjacent rows; 

fiber means wrapped . . . 

... [*7] body having a polygonal outer periphery; 

said polygonal outer periphery having a plurality of circumf erentially 
disposed adjacent flat surfaces of equal width extending longitudinally of 

Pat. No. 5236091, *7 

said rotor from end to end thereof; 

plate- like rare earth permanent magnets having a width substantially equal to 
the width of sides of said polygonal outer periphery and attached to said flat 



surfaces by adhesive; 



said plate- like rare earth permanent magnets extending substantially 
continuously from end to end of said rotor; 

said shell being made of an electrically non- conductive material and adapted 
to receive said rotor; 

a heat shield being . . . 

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Nov. 10, 1992 

Grain boundary junction devices using high T c 
superconductors 

INVENTOR: Chaudhari, Praveen, Briarcliff Manor, New York 
Chi, Cheng-Chung J., Yorktown Heights, New York 
Dimos, Duane B., Upper Montclair, New Jersey 

Mannhart, Jochen D., Metzingen, New York, Federal Republic of Germany 
Tsuei, Chang C, Chappaqua, New York 

. . . [*4] copper oxide material having a superconducting onset temperature 
greater than 77 K. 

[*5] 5. The device of claim 4, where said superconducting material includes 
an atom selected from the group consisting of rare earth atoms and rare 
earth- like atoms. 

[*6] 6. The device of claim 4, where said superconducting material includes 
an alkaline earth atoms. 

[*7] 7. The device of claim 4, where said superconducting material includes 
bismuth. 

[*8] 8. The device of claim 1, where ... 

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Jul. 21, 1987 

Methods for simultaneously desulfurizing and degassing 

steels 

INVENTOR: Wilson, William G. , 820 Harden Dr., Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15229 

. . . [*21] metals to be added in the tube to enhance desulfurization are 
those which are known to have the ability to reduce the oxygen content of the 
steel, but also have the ability to form sulfides which would float out of the 
steel into the slag which include magnesium, calcium, barium, rare earths and 
the like. 

[*22] 22. The method as claimed in claims 1 or 5 wherein the ferro-alloys 
and elemental metals to be added in the tube are those necessary to obtain the 
desired chemical analysis of the finished steel such as ferro- . . . 

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