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Inventor:
Quail; Paul August
Address:
Ballston Lake, NY
No. of patents:
2
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
8571830 Method and system for detection of collector flashover October 29, 2013
A system, method and computer program product for predicting collector flashover is disclosed. The method includes receiving a frame of measured data from a data acquisition system, fitting a statistical model to the measured data wherein the measured data includes a plurality of measure
8049392 Pin-style collector brush holder with rotating spring plate, radial contact, and brush-wear indi November 1, 2011
An apparatus for holding a brush in contact with a moving conductive surface, the apparatus includes: a rotatable member disposed adjacent to the brush; and a spring coupled to the brush and to the member and configured to bias the brush towards the moving conductive surface; wherein










 
 
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