• Reinforced composite flywheels and shafts 

      John H. Gully; W. Alan Walls; Elvin G. Estes; Steve M. Manifold; Michael L. Spann (United States Patent and Trademark Office, 1994-02-15)
      The maximum safe operating speed or flywheels and shafts made of low tensile strength material is often determined by the speed at which radial tensile stress exceeds a radial tensile stress limit for the material. ...
    • Remote center compliant flexure device 

      Sidlgata V. Sreenivasan; Stephen C. Johnson; Byung-Jin Choi (United States Patent and Trademark Office, 2010-04-20)
      An apparatus to control displacement of a body spaced-apart from a surface includes a flexure system having a first flexure member defining a first axis of rotation and a second flexure member defining a second axis of ...
    • Remote center compliant flexure device 

      Sidlgata V. Sreenivasan; Stephen C. Johnson; Byung-Jin Choi (United States Patent and Trademark Office, 2008-10-07)
      An apparatus to control displacement of a body spaced-apart from a surface includes a flexure system having a first flexure member defining a first axis of rotation and a second flexure member defining a second axis of ...
    • Remote temperature measuring system for hostile industrial environments using microwave radiometry 

      John A. Pearce; Karl David Stephan (United States Patent and Trademark Office, 2006-05-30)
      A system and method for remotely measuring the temperature of an object using microwave radiometry that may be used in hostile environments. A single pole-single throw reflective PIN diode switch is operable in a PASS mode ...
    • Reservoir pressure prediction and methods of execution 

      Peter B. Flemings; Baiyuan Gao (United States Patent and Trademark Office, 2019-01-01)
      Disclosed are methods, systems, and computer readable media useful in determining pore pressure in a reservoir. Specifically disclosed are methods, systems, and computer readable media for determining mudstone permeability ...
    • Resource allocation scheduling method for a cellular communication system 

      Sung Hyun Cho; Robert W. Heath, Jr.; Manish Airy; Won-Hyoung Park; Sang-Boh Yun (United States Patent and Trademark Office, 2008-06-24)
      A resource allocation scheduling method for a cellular communication system that can avoid interference between cells. The method includes dividing a frequency band of a system into frames each having preferential allocation ...
    • Restoration of impaired cardiac function of patients with diverse muscular dystrophies by therapy with coenzyme Q10 

      Karl A. Folkers; Janusz Wolaniuk (United States Patent and Trademark Office, 1989-12-05)
      The present invention relates to the use of Coenzyme Q in the treatment of slow muscle degeneration, commonly known to those of skill in the art so a dystrophy or atrophy, and the accompanying cardiac complications typically ...
    • Reversibly binding resin for algal harvest and concentration 

      Martin F. Poenie; Jessica Jones (United States Patent and Trademark Office, 2014-12-30)
      The present invention includes a method for harvesting or separating one or more biological cells from an aqueous feed, a stream, a suspension, or any combinations thereof by providing the aqueous feed, the stream, or the ...
    • Rigid particulate matter sensor 

      Matthew Hall (United States Patent and Trademark Office, 2011-02-22)
      A sensor to detect particulate matter. The sensor includes a first rigid tube, a second rigid tube, a detection surface electrode, and a bias surface electrode. The second rigid tube is mounted substantially parallel to ...
    • Rising frequency generator 

      William F. Weldon (United States Patent and Trademark Office, 1989-06-20)
      An alternating current generator has a rotor and a rotatable stator. The moment of inertia of the stator is at least eight times that of the rotor. The electrical output is taken off the windings of the stator or the rotor. ...
    • RNA photocleavage using texaphyrins 

      Jonathan L. Sessler; Darren Magda (United States Patent and Trademark Office, 1998-02-03)
      Methods for photocleavage of a polymer of ribonucleic acid using a texaphyrin or a texaphyrin metal complex are provided. A preferred method of use is the site-specific cleavage of a polymer of ribonucleic acid and a ...
    • Robot and robot actuator module therefor 

      Tesar, Delbert (United States Patent and Trademark Office, 1994-10-18)
      An actuator module for inducing the relative motion of robot members joined in a robot joint includes a Ferguson epicyclic gear train, integral motor and integrated control means. The gear train comprises a plurality of ...
    • Rotating catheter probe using a light-drive apparatus 

      Thomas E. Milner; Nathaniel J. Kemp (United States Patent and Trademark Office, 2017-03-14)
      The invention is a rotating tip catheter-imaging probe where electromagnetic energy is delivered to the distal end of a catheter and converted to mechanical energy using a light drive apparatus. The mechanical energy is ...
    • Rotating catheter probe using a light-drive apparatus 

      Thomas E. Milner; Nathaniel J. Kemp (United States Patent and Trademark Office, 2010-11-30)
      The invention is a rotating tip catheter-imaging probe where electromagnetic energy is delivered to the distal end of a catheter and converted to mechanical energy using a light drive apparatus. The mechanical energy is ...
    • Rotating catheter probe using a light-drive apparatus 

      Thomas E. Milner; Nathaniel J. Kemp (United States Patent and Trademark Office, 2013-03-19)
      The invention is a rotating tip catheter-imaging probe where electromagnetic energy is delivered to the distal end of a catheter and converted to mechanical energy using a light drive apparatus. The mechanical energy is ...
    • Rotating machines using trapped field magnets and related methods 

      Kent R. Davey; Xueqing Feng; Robert E. Hebner; Michael D. Werst; Jim Weldon (United States Patent and Trademark Office, 2017-02-21)
      Rotors with trapped-field magnet (TFM) bulks, machines with TFM rotors, and methods of activating and/or using machines with TFM rotors.
    • Rotating optical catheter tip for optical coherence tomography 

      Marc D. Feldman; Thomas E. Milner; Jung-Hwan Oh; Paul C. Castella; Shaochen Chen (United States Patent and Trademark Office, 2010-12-14)
      The present invention relates to a rotating catheter tip for optical coherence tomography based on the use of an optical fiber that does not rotate, that is enclosed in a catheter, which has a tip rotates under the influence ...
    • Rotating optical catheter tip for optical coherence tomography 

      Marc D. Feldman; Thomas E. Milner; Jung-Hwan Oh; Paul C. Castella; Shaochen Chen (United States Patent and Trademark Office, 2015-03-24)
      The present invention relates to a rotating catheter tip for optical coherence tomography based on the use of an optical fiber that does not rotate, that is enclosed in a catheter, which has a tip rotates under the influence ...
    • Rubyrin and related expanded porphyrins 

      Takashi Morishima; Jonathan L. Sessler; Steven J. Weghorn (United States Patent and Trademark Office, 1995-04-25)
      The present invention is directed to the synthesis and use of novel macrocyclic compounds, based upon a new class of expanded porphyrins, termed rubyrins. Disclosed herein is the structure and synthesis of a prototypical ...
    • Rubyrin macrocycles 

      Takashi Morishima; Jonathan L. Sessler; Steven J. Weghorn (United States Patent and Trademark Office, 1997-04-22)
      The present invention is directed to the synthesis and use of novel macrocyclic compounds, based upon a new class of expanded porphyrins, termed rubyrins. Disclosed herein is the structure and synthesis of a prototypical ...