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Patents

Since 1947 we have earned more than 1,300 U.S. patents. As part of a long-held tradition, patent rights arising from sponsored research at the Institute are often assigned to the client. SwRI generally retains the rights to Institute-funded advancements. We also help clients pursue patents for their sponsored research. If you are interested in licensing SwRI IP, contact our Legal Department at +1 210 522 6501.

 

Patent Number Date Of Issue Title of Invention Inventors
5,216,598 06/01/1993 System for Correction of Trends Associated with Pulse Wave Forms in Oximeters

Ronald L. Branstatter;Reuben W. Edgar

4,751,467 06/14/1988 System for Determining Liquid Flow Rate Through Leaks in Impermeable Membrane Liners

John W. Cooper

4,096,945 06/27/1978 System for Injecting Particulate Material into the Combustion Chamber of a Repetitive Combustion Coating Apparatus

Rosser B. Melton;Elbert M. Hubbard

3,974,939 08/17/1976 System for Injecting Particulate Material into the Combustion Chamber of a Repetitive Combustion Coating Apparatus

Rosser B. Melton, Jr.;Elbert M. Hubbard

3,967,761 07/06/1976 System for Injecting Particulate Material into the Combustion Chamber of a Repetitive Combustion Coating Apparatus

Rosser B. Melton, Jr.;Elbert M. Hubbard

3,893,578 07/08/1975 System for Injecting Particulate Material into the Combustion Chamber of a Repetitive Combustion Coating Apparatus

Rosser B. Melton, Jr.;Elbert M. Hubbard

4,947,470 08/07/1990 System for Locating Leaks in Geomembrane-lined Impoundment or Landfill Filled with Material

Glenn T. Darilek

6,467,257 10/22/2002 System for Reducing the Nitrogen Oxide (NOx) and Particulate Matter (PM) Emissions from Internal Combustion Engines

Magdi Khair;William D. DiSilverio;James E. Dittmar

6,604,051 08/05/2003 Systems and Method to Determine Thermophysical Properties of a Multi-Component Gas

Thomas B. Morrow; Kendricks A. Behring, II

6,662,130 12/09/2003 Systems and Methods for Calibrating a Distorted Signal with Another Signal of Known Calibration

Harry Herbert Peel III; Keith Alan Bartels