Resources Contact Us Home
Browse by: INVENTOR PATENT HOLDER PATENT NUMBER DATE
 
 
Turbine fuel pump










Image Number 7 for United States Patent #6796764.

A turbine fuel pump includes: a casing for casing an electric motor; a pump housing disposed at the casing, and an impeller rotatably disposed in the pump housing. The pump housing includes a fuel passage between an intake port and a delivery port. The fuel passage includes a flow path defining a cross section S. The impeller has an outer periphery formed with a vane which force feeds the fuel in the fuel passage when the impeller is rotated with the electric motor. The vane defines a height H and a thickness T. The fuel passage defines the following typical dimension Rm:A wall of the flow path defining the cross section S is profiled by a profile length Lp. The profile length Lp divided by the typical dimension Rm makes a dimension ratio Lp/Rm in a first range from 11 to 16.








 
 
  Recently Added Patents
Stabilization of dicarbonate diesters with protonic acids
Volume compensation within a photovoltaic device
Image forming apparatus acquiring image processing time detected when the acquired time is longer that the previously set time and to correct output image density using generated patch pattern
Intrinsic absorber layer for photovoltaic cells
Interposer having molded low CTE dielectric
Wafer level packaging
Vehicle seating system and method for reducing fatigue with changing actuator movement
  Randomly Featured Patents
Media device power conservation
Seesaw switch
Method and apparatus for determining transmission line for message transmission and reception in network system
Imaging shape changes in ear canals
Metallic magnetic powder
Apricot tree "Junecot"
Composition, for use in coatings, based on a mixture of emulsion(s) and of dispersion(s) of polyol polymer and coating(s) produced therefrom
Endo-.beta.-1,4-glucanase and a DNA sequence
Chain tensioner
Method and system for using status indicators in wireless communication with medical devices