Recent Submissions

  • Enginuity 

    Kate Gleason College of Engineering (Kate Gleason College of Engineering, 2012-10-01)
  • Enginuity 

    Palmer, Harvey; Carrese, Louise; Cometa, Michelle; DiSalvo, Jasmine; Ester, Karen (Kate Gleason College of Engineering, 2009)
  • Two-input, two-output fuzzy logic print quality controller for an electrophotographic printer 

    Hopkins, Mark (United States patent office, 1998-06-02)
    A control system for optimizing print quality in an electrophotographic printer uses a fuzzy-logic technique with only solid-area and half-tone density as control inputs, and only scorotron voltage and ROS laser power as ...
  • Method and apparatus for predicting the cycle-down behavior of a photoreceptor 

    Hopkins, Mark (United States Patent Office, 1994-10-11)
    Charges on a photoreceptor dissipate quickly before a latent image enters the development stage of the machine where the image is developed. The photoreceptor's charge potential before entering the developer is called the ...
  • Three-input, three-output fuzzy logic print quality controller for an electrophotographic printer 

    Hopkins, Mark (United States patent office, 1995-02-14)
    A control method for optimizing print quality in an electrophotographic printer uses a fuzzy-logic technique with solid-area, halftone, and light toner density as control inputs, and scorotron voltage, ROS laser power, and ...
  • Dedicated alternator cooling system for automotive vehicles 

    Van Houten, Robert; Day, Steven (United States patent office, 1999-09-28)
    A cooling system for an automotive vehicle of the type having a radiator through which a coolant fluid flows includes a fan motor for driving a fan which moves air through the radiator; an alternator for supplying an output ...
  • Streamlined unobstructed one-pass axial-flow pump 

    Wood, Houston; Allaire, Paul; Olsen, Don; Day, Steven; Song, Xinwei; Untaroiu, Alex; Throckmorton, Amy (United States patent office, 2007-06-12)
    A blood pump has an impeller rotatably disposed and magnetically suspended within a cavity of a stator by a plurality of magnetic bearings (passive permanent and active electromagnetic) having impeller magnets on the ...
  • Enginuity 

    Harvey Palmer; Richard Reeve; Margaret Anderson; Mary Jane Frind; Terri Stevens; Louise Carrese; Melissa Rancourt; Jeff Krbec; Karen Ester (Kate Gleason college of engineering, 2004)
  • Enginuity 

    Kate Gleason College of Engineering (Kate Gleason College of Engineering, 2003)
  • Enginuity 

    Harvey Palmer; Richard Reeve; Mary Jane Frind; Eileen Galinski; Terri Stevens; Mike Saffran; Karen Ester (Kate Gleason college of engineering, 2006)
  • Enginuity 

    Harvey Palmer; Richard Reeve; Margaret Anderson; Mary Jane Frind; Terri Stevens; Satish Kandlikar; Karen Ester (Kate Gleason college of engineering, 2003)
  • Enginuity 

    Harvey Palmer; Davide Mariotti; Jasmine Seavey; Karen Ester (Kate Gleason college of engineering, 2008)
  • Enginuity 

    Harvey Palmer; Richard Reeve; Eileen Galinski; Terri Stevens; Karen Ester (Kate Gleason college of engineering, 2007)
  • Enginuity 

    Harvey Palmer; Richard Reeve; Margaret Anderson; Mary Jane Frind; Terri Stevens; Cynthia Gary; Mike Saffran; Karen Ester (Kate Gleason college of engineering, 2005)
  • The effect of dopants SiO2, GeO2, and SnO2, on the microstructure and magnetic properties of Mn-Zn ferrites 

    Kumari, Santosh; Kurinec, Santosh (1978-08)
    Ferrite have found a variety of uses in electronic and communication engineering. Mn-Zn ferrites (Mn1-XZnxFe2O4 ) are widely used as filter core materials over a range of frequencies varying from several hundred Hz to ...
  • Cell based biosensors using microelectrodes 

    Borkholder, David (Stanford University, 1998-11)
    Instruments for the study of living cells have historically been of significant importance for such things as basic neuroscience and cell biology. More recent work has included extending the use of cell based sensors to ...