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William Edward Deeds

from Knoxville, TN
Deceased

William Deeds Phones & Addresses

  • 3601 Montlake Dr, Knoxville, TN 37920 (865) 577-8397
  • Knox, TN
  • Granville, OH
  • Chattanooga, TN
  • 3070 Deeds Rd, Granville, OH 43023 (740) 501-5407

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Position: Food Preparation and Serving Related Occupations

Education

Degree: Graduate or professional degree

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Us Patents

Method For Producing Extreme Microgravity In Extended Volumes

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US Patent:
54273358, Jun 27, 1995
Filed:
Jul 13, 1992
Appl. No.:
7/912903
Inventors:
Alvin J. Sanders - Knoxville TN
William E. Deeds - Knoxville TN
Mark E. Rupright - Union City TN
Assignee:
The University of Tennessee Research Corporation - Knoxville TN
International Classification:
B04G 110
US Classification:
244158R
Abstract:
An apparatus and method for use thereof in the creating of a nanogravity environment substantially throughout a working volume sufficient for performing a desired operation and existing for a length of time sufficient for performing the desired operation are disclosed. Involved in the creation of the nanogravity environment are the use of an apparatus in which the mass density of the walls are distributed (either directly or by the attachment of compensating masses) so that the surface density of the mass is directly proportional to the electric charge density along the walls which would be sufficient to neutralize the interior electric field, the orbiting of the apparatus around a planetary mass, and the minimization of disruptive accelerations on the apparatus by the selective transfer of the momentum of solar photons to the apparatus.

Method For Producing Extreme Microgravity In Extended Volumes

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US Patent:
58878270, Mar 30, 1999
Filed:
Aug 3, 1994
Appl. No.:
8/285219
Inventors:
Alvin Joyner Sanders - Knoxville TN
William Edward Deeds - Knoxville TN
Mark Edward Rupright - Union City TN
International Classification:
B64G 124
US Classification:
244168
Abstract:
An apparatus and method for use thereof in the creating of a nanogravity environment substantially throughout a working volume sufficient for performing a desired operation and existing for a length of time sufficient for performing the desired operation are disclosed. Involved in the creation of the nanogravity environment are the use of an apparatus in which the mass density of the walls are distributed (either directly or by the attachment of compensating masses) so that the surface density of the mass is directly proportional to the electric charge density along the walls which would be sufficient to neutralize the interior electric field, the orbiting of the apparatus around a planetary mass, and the minimization of disruptive accelerations on the apparatus by the selective transfer of the momentum of solar photons to the apparatus.

Charging Apparatus For Meltblown Webs

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US Patent:
51220482, Jun 16, 1992
Filed:
Sep 24, 1990
Appl. No.:
7/586901
Inventors:
William E. Deeds - Knoxville TN
Assignee:
Exxon Chemical Patents Inc. - Linden NJ
International Classification:
B29C 7100
US Classification:
4251748E
Abstract:
Electrically charged meltblown webs are formed by convergingly discharging electrically charged hot air onto a row of extruded polymer fibers to contact the fibers thereby (i) attenuating and stretching the fibers and (ii) imparting an electric charge to the fibers. The fibers may be continuous or discontinuous.

Charging Method For Meltblown Webs

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US Patent:
52542971, Oct 19, 1993
Filed:
Jul 15, 1992
Appl. No.:
7/913839
Inventors:
William E. Deeds - Knoxville TN
Assignee:
Exxon Chemical Patents Inc. - Linden NJ
International Classification:
B29C 7100
US Classification:
264 22
Abstract:
Electrically charged meltblown webs are formed by convergingly discharging electrically charged hot air onto a row of extruded polymer fibers to contact the fibers thereby (i) attenuating and stretching the fibers and (ii) imparting an electric charge to the fibers. The fibers may be continuous or discontinuous.

Charged Collector Apparatus For The Production Of Meltblown Electrets

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US Patent:
52271722, Jul 13, 1993
Filed:
May 14, 1991
Appl. No.:
7/699930
Inventors:
William E. Deeds - Knoxville TN
Assignee:
Exxon Chemical Patents Inc. - Linden NJ
International Classification:
B29C 7104
US Classification:
425 722
Abstract:
The apparatus of the present invention employs a collector drum with an electrically charged surface for use in preparing electrically charged meltblown fibrous webs. The apparatus may be used as a primary charging system or, alternatively, with other charging system to enhance the charging of the web. The invention produces webs with exceptional filtration properties.
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