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Iraq - News: March 26, 2003 — Headline: Pentagon Cites Discovery of Iraqi Chemical Suits as Evidence of Baghdad Intent. Excerpt: In addition, the Marines confiscated gas masks and antidote injectors to protect against nerve gas.
Iraq - News: March 27, 2003 — Headline: Coalition Forces Uncover Arms, Chemical Suits in Iraqi Town. Excerpt: "Within the hospital there were 200 weapons, Iraqi military uniforms, one tank, 3,000 chemical protection suits and nerve agent antidote injectors," General Brooks said.
Iraq - News: April 1, 2003 — Headline: U.S. Special Forces Crush Group With Ties to al-Qaeda. Excerpt: A reporter for ABC News, an American television network, was allowed to join the Special Forces, on a visit to one of the bases the U-S and Kurdish troops raided. There they found documents on how to make biological and chemical weapons, gas masks, and injectors for atropine an antidote for nerve gas, al-Qaeda manuals, including one on how to blow up buildings, with a diagram of U.S. embassies bombed by al-Qaeda in 1998. They also found lists of names, which U.S. intelligence is now comparing with its lists of known al-Qaeda members.
A Method for Controlling Deposit Formation in Gasoline Direct Injection Engine by Use of a Fuel Having Particular Compositional Characteristics: Patented by Noyes L. Avery and Paul P. Wells on October 19, 2001. Abstract: The formation of deposits on the injectors of gasoline direct injection engines controlled by combustion in said engine of a fuel comprising a gasoline containing about 12 to 65 vol% aromatics when the aromatics present in the fuel are attributable to the presence in the fuel of light fluid cat cracker stream product, reformate or a mixture thereof, preferably prodominantly reformate.
Aero-slinger combustor: Patented by Stephen J. Howell on May 1, 1993. Abstract: A combustor includes radially spaced apart outer and inner liners joined together at upstream ends through an annular dome disposed coaxially about a longitudinal centerline axis. A plurality of circumferentially spaced apart fuel injectors are disposed adjacent to an arcuate a splashplate for injecting fuel thereagainst, the splashplate being arcuate about the centerline axis. Primary air is channeled along the splashplate for mixing with the injected fuel for forming a fuel/air mixture dischargeable from the splashplate into a combustion zone defined between the liners and the dome.
Air Assist Fuel Injector Guide Assembly: Patented by David Kilgore, William J. Rogers, Scott P. Dillon, Gary L. Maschke and James A. Kimmel on September 9, 2002. Abstract: Air assist fuel injectors having one or more inserts (90) that guide movement of a poppet (162), and an air assist fuel injector (100) having a solid poppet.
AIR FUEL INJECTION SYSTEM: Patented by Junichi Kaku and Takahiro Suzuki on November 1, 1990. Abstract: An air fuel injector system for a two cycle crankcase compression internal combustion engine, including an insulating housing encircling and enclosing at least a portion of the air fuel injectors for sound deadening. In addition, air is circulated through this housing to cool the injectors. The circulated air is air that is bypassed from an air compressor to maintain regulated pressure for the air fuel injectors.
Apparatus and Method for Backfilling a Semiconductor Wafer Process Chamber: Patented by Amir Torkaman on July 10, 2003. Abstract: Various backfill injectors that provide upflowing gas and have improved uniformity of distribution of gas into the perimeter of the process chamber are provided for use in semiconductor wafer processing apparatus. Suitably optimized backfill trajectories that avoid excessive injection velocity of the purge gas are also provided. The backfill injectors and/or other types of injectors as well as the optimized injection trajectories significantly reduce processing cycle times and improve process uniformity.
Apparatus for chemically etching substrates: Patented by Edward J. Frankoski, Jeffrey D. Jones, Robert H. Katyl and Lyn B. Ratcliff on June 6, 1995. Abstract: An apparatus for chemically etching the copper foil of a copper foil-clad substrate are disclosed. Significantly, this apparatus includes fluid jet injectors which serve to produce jets of chemical etchant. These fluid jet injectors are arranged so as to simultaneously achieve a relatively high etch rate and a relatively high etch uniformity.
Apparatus for holding intraocular lenses and injectors, and methods for using same: Patented by Daniel G. Brady, Arlene Gwon, Michael Collinson, Claude A. Vidal and Alan K. Plyley on April 5, 1999. Abstract: Apparatus for holding intraocular lenses and apparatus for holding intraocular lens injectors are provided which provide convenient and effective packaging systems for intraocular lenses and allow convenient and effective transfer of an intraocular lens to an injector in preparation for insertion of the intraocular lens into an eye.
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Book Description ICON Group International, Inc., 2009. Paperback. Condition: Brand New. 52 pages. 9.00x7.00x0.12 inches. This item is printed on demand. Seller Inventory # zk0546790011