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1 US2009159029A1
Switchable Tappet
Publication/Patent Number: US2009159029A1 Publication Date: 2009-06-25 Application Number: 12/274,052 Filing Date: 2008-11-19 Inventor: Kuhl, Mario   Von, Schimonsky Lothar   Nitz, Norbert   Hinkovska, Lucia   Schafer, Sandra   Assignee: Kuhl, Mario   von Schimonsky, Lothar   Nitz, Norbert   Hinkovska, Lucia   Schafer, Sandra   IPC: F01L1/14 Abstract: The invention proposes a switchable tappet (1) of a valve train of an internal combustion engine, said tappet comprising a hollow cylindrical housing (3) comprising a bottom (2), an inner element (5) being guided for relative axial displacement in a bore (4) of the housing (3), an at least indirect support for a gas exchange valve extending on a cam-distal front end (6) of the inner element (5), two diametrically opposing pistons as coupling elements (8) being arranged in a radial bore (7) of the inner element (5), which coupling elements (8), for effecting coupling [full valve lift], can be displaced partly beyond a parting surface (9) between the housing (3) and the inner element (5) into an entraining surface (12) of the housing (3) by the force of a compression spring (10a) clamped between inner front ends (10) of the coupling elements (8), wherein the entraining surface (12) is an direct constituent of a separate annular member (13) that is fixed in a cam-distal region of the bore (4) of the housing (3), wherein only one compression spring as a lost motion spring means (16) extends in a cylindrical hollow space (15) formed between an underside (14) of the bottom (2) of the housing (3) and a cam-side flat front end (14a) of the inner element (5), and wherein the inner element (5) is substantially disk-shaped and the parting surface (9) between the housing (3) and the inner element (5) does not comprise any vertical stop means. The invention proposes a switchable tappet (1) of a valve train of an internal combustion engine, said tappet comprising a hollow cylindrical housing (3) comprising a bottom (2), an inner element (5) being guided for relative axial displacement in a bore (4) of the housing (3) ...More ...Less
2 US2007293128A1
Grinding and polishing machine for grinding and/or polishing workpieces to an optical quality
Publication/Patent Number: US2007293128A1 Publication Date: 2007-12-20 Application Number: 11/810,097 Filing Date: 2007-06-04 Inventor: Schafer, Holger   Diehl, Joachim   Urban, Lothar   Assignee: Schafer, Holger   Diehl, Joachim   Urban, Lothar   IPC: B24B51/00 Abstract: A grinding and polishing machine, in particular for lenses, has at least one tool spindle and at least one workpiece. The tool spindle is constructed to hold a respective tool on the same axis at both ends and is mounted in a spindle housing which can be pivoted about a pivot axis arranged at right angles to the tool spindle in order to provide in each case one tool for machining engagement and also at various defined angle positions with respect to the workpiece spindle. A drive arranged on the pivot axis pivotably moves the tool spindle about the pivot axis for the desired machining engagement and rotates the tool about the pivot axis into the various angle positions with respect to the workpiece. A grinding and polishing machine, in particular for lenses, has at least one tool spindle and at least one workpiece. The tool spindle is constructed to hold a respective tool on the same axis at both ends and is mounted in a spindle housing which can be pivoted about a pivot ...More ...Less
3 US2005267177A1
Diarylcycloalkyl derivatives, processes for their preparation and their use as pharmaceuticals
Publication/Patent Number: US2005267177A1 Publication Date: 2005-12-01 Application Number: 11/097,345 Filing Date: 2005-04-04 Inventor: Glombik, Heiner   Falk, Eugen   Frick, Wendelin   Keil, Stefanie   Schafer, Hans-ludwig   Schwink, Lothar   Wendler, Wolfgang   Assignee: Glombik, Heiner   Falk, Eugen   Frick, Wendelin   Keil, Stefanie   Schafer, Hans-Ludwig   Schwink, Lothar   Wendler, Wolfgang   IPC: A61K031/421 Abstract: Diarylcycloalkyl derivatives and their physiologically acceptable salts and physiologically functional derivatives are disclosed. The compounds include those of formula I, in which the radicals are as defined, and their physiologically acceptable salts and processes for their preparation. The compounds typically have lipid- and/or triglyceride-lowering properties and are suitable, for example, for the treatment of disorders of lipid metabolism, of type II diabetes, and of syndrome X. Diarylcycloalkyl derivatives and their physiologically acceptable salts and physiologically functional derivatives are disclosed. The compounds include those of formula I, in which the radicals are as defined, and their physiologically acceptable salts and processes for ...More ...Less
4 US2004122069A1
Diarylcycloalkyl derivatives, processes for their preparation and their use as pharmaceuticals
Publication/Patent Number: US2004122069A1 Publication Date: 2004-06-24 Application Number: 10/631,867 Filing Date: 2003-08-01 Inventor: Glombik, Heiner   Falk, Eugen   Frick, Wendelin   Keil, Stefanie   Schafer, Hans-ludwig   Schwink, Lothar   Wendler, Wolfgang   Assignee: Glombik, Heiner   Falk, Eugen   Frick, Wendelin   Keil, Stefanie   Schafer, Hans-ludwig   Schwink, Lothar   Wendler, Wolfgang   IPC: C07D263/04 Abstract: Diarylcycloalkyl derivatives and their physiologically acceptable salts and physiologically functional derivatives are disclosed. The compounds include those of formula I, 1 in which the radicals are as defined, and their physiologically acceptable salts and processes for their preparation. The compounds typically have lipid- and/or triglyceride-lowering properties and are suitable, for example, for the treatment of disorders of lipid metabolism, of type II diabetes, and of syndrome X. Diarylcycloalkyl derivatives and their physiologically acceptable salts and physiologically functional derivatives are disclosed. The compounds include those of formula I, 1 in which the radicals are as defined, and their physiologically acceptable salts and ...More ...Less
5 US2003144332A1
Diarylcycloalkyl derivatives, processes for their preparation and their use s pharmaceuticals
Publication/Patent Number: US2003144332A1 Publication Date: 2003-07-31 Application Number: 10/231,432 Filing Date: 2002-08-30 Inventor: Glombik, Heiner   Falk, Eugen   Frick, Wendelin   Keil, Stefanie   Schafer, Hans-ludwig   Schwink, Lothar   Wendler, Wolfgang   Assignee: Glombik, Heiner   Falk, Eugen   Frick, Wendelin   Keil, Stefanie   Schafer, Hans-ludwig   Schwink, Lothar   Wendler, Wolfgang   IPC: A61K031/421 Abstract: Diarylcycloalkyl derivatives and their physiologically acceptable salts and physiologically functional derivatives are disclosed. The compounds include those of formula I, 1 in which the radicals are as defined, and their physiologically acceptable salts and processes for their preparation. The compounds typically have lipid- and/or triglyceride-lowering properties and are suitable, for example, for the treatment of disorders of lipid metabolism, of type II diabetes, and of syndrome X. Diarylcycloalkyl derivatives and their physiologically acceptable salts and physiologically functional derivatives are disclosed. The compounds include those of formula I, 1 in which the radicals are as defined, and their physiologically acceptable salts and ...More ...Less
6 US2002072746A1
Instrument for surgical purposes and method of cleaning same
Publication/Patent Number: US2002072746A1 Publication Date: 2002-06-13 Application Number: 09/732,862 Filing Date: 2000-12-08 Inventor: Lingenfelder, Christian   Ertl, Stephan   Strobel, Stefan   Rosch, Rudolf   Forster, Siegfried   Fryda, Matthias   Schafer, Lothar   Troster, Inga   Herrmann, Dennie   Assignee: Lingenfelder, Christian   Ertl, Stephan   Strobel, Stefan   Rosch, Rudolf   Forster, Siegfried   Fryda, Matthias   Schafer, Lothar   Troster, Inga   Herrmann, Dennie   IPC: A61B018/14 Abstract: An instrument for surgical purposes, especially for coagulation, is proposed. This instrument has at least one arm (2), the tips (4) of the arms having electrical contact regions (6, 7), which can be electrically connected to a control unit (12), for touching a tissue (13) for the purpose of coagulation. The contact regions are formed from doped diamond to produce the electrical conductivity. An instrument for surgical purposes, especially for coagulation, is proposed. This instrument has at least one arm (2), the tips (4) of the arms having electrical contact regions (6, 7), which can be electrically connected to a control unit (12), for touching a tissue (13) for ...More ...Less
7 US2002121662A1
Method for producing a vertical semiconductor transistor component and vertical semiconductor transistor component
Publication/Patent Number: US2002121662A1 Publication Date: 2002-09-05 Application Number: 10/047,013 Filing Date: 2002-01-16 Inventor: Rosner, Wolfgang   Schulz, Thomas   Risch, Lothar   Augle, Thomas   Schafer, Herbert   Franosch, Martin   Assignee: Rosner, Wolfgang   Schulz, Thomas   Risch, Lothar   Augle, Thomas   Schafer, Herbert   Franosch, Martin   IPC: H01L021/8238 Abstract: A vertical semiconductor transistor component is built up on a substrate by using a statistical mask. The vertical semiconductor transistor component has vertical pillar structures statistically distributed over the substrate. The vertical pillar structures are electrically connected on a base side thereof to a first common electrical contact. The vertical pillar structures include, along the vertical direction, layer zones of differing conductivity, and have insulation layers on their circumferential walls. An electrically conductive material is deposited between the pillar structures and forms a second electrical contact of the semiconductor transistor component. The pillar structures are electrically contacted to a third common electrical contact on their capping side. A vertical semiconductor transistor component is built up on a substrate by using a statistical mask. The vertical semiconductor transistor component has vertical pillar structures statistically distributed over the substrate. The vertical pillar structures are electrically ...More ...Less
8 US2001049003A1
DECORATIVE STONE
Publication/Patent Number: US2001049003A1 Publication Date: 2001-12-06 Application Number: 09/319,142 Filing Date: 1999-07-29 Inventor: Winter, Ernst Michael   Schafer, Lothar   Matthee, Thorsten   Assignee: Winter, Ernst Michael   Schafer, Lothar   Matthee, Thorsten   IPC: B32B003/30 Abstract: A gemstone has a plate-shaped support having a surface with at least one pyramid-shaped depression. A precious stone layer is produced by vapor phase deposition on the plate-shaped support. The precious stone layer can be cut.
9 US3259470A
Apparatus for manufacturing shapes of uranium carbide
Publication/Patent Number: US3259470A Publication Date: 1966-07-05 Application Number: 30/121,563 Filing Date: 1963-08-09 Inventor: Friedrich, Hofmann   Schafer, Lothar   Assignee: FRIEDRICH HOFMANN   LOTHAR SCHAFER   IPC: C01B31/30