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A patent to help tell if you’ve been shot

First Published Jun 05 2012 06:42 pm • Last Updated Sep 11 2012 11:32 pm

Digital ballistic impact detection system, patent No. 8,191,421, invented by Tomasz J. Petelenz of Salt Lake City, and Stephen C. Jacobsen of Salt Lake City, assigned to Raytheon Company of Waltham, Mass.

Methods of forming fiber-containing diamond-impregnated cutting tools, patent No. 8,191,445, invented by Kristian S. Drivdahl of Park City, and Michael D. Rupp of Murray, assigned to Longyear TM, Inc. of Salt Lake City.

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Load-minimizing, trolley arrester apparatus and method, patent No. 8,191,482, invented by Eric S. Cylvick of Wanship.

Flue tuning and emissions savings system, patent No. 8,191,546, invented by Grady L. Romine of Littleton, Colo., Ronald E. McQueen of Park City, and Gerald R. Bivens, Sr. of Broomfield, Colo.

Sensor on a formation engaging member of a drill bit, patent No. 8,191,651, invented by David R. Hall of Provo, Francis Leany of Salem, Scott Woolston of Provo, and Daniel Manwill of Provo.

Tacky block and method for elevating laptops, patent No. 8,191,852, invented by Alan J. Wheatley of Draper, assigned to American Covers, Inc. of Bluffdale.

Folding, re-configurable, expandable, multi purpose, portable, utility trailer, patent No. 8,191,921, invented by Ryan P. Hyde of Lehi, assigned to RPH Engineering of Lehi.

Dynamic safety vent, patent No. 8,191,925, invented by Jeffrey D. Williams of Roy, assigned to Autoliv ASP, Inc. of Ogden.

Inflatable airbag assembly with an airbag housing vent panel, patent No. 8,191,926, invented by David W. Schneider of Waterford, Mich., assigned to Autoliv ASP, Inc. of Ogden.

Liquid cooled inflator, patent No. 8,191,927, invented by Michael P. Jordan of South Weber, Scott A. Jackson of Centerville, and Matthew A. Cox of Centerville, assigned to Autoliv ASP, Inc. of Ogden.


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Expandable blunt arrow point apparatus and methods, patent No. 8,192,310, invented by H. Jason Harris of Stansbury Park, and Ross M. Hinschberger of West Valley City, assigned to Easton Technical Products, Inc. of Salt Lake City.

Assisted-resistance-control, free-form, exercise apparatus and method, patent No. 8,192,337, invented by Heather L. Birch of Salt Lake City, and S. Dale McNeese of Salt Lake City, assigned to Heather L. Birch of Salt Lake City.

Interspinous process spacers, patent No. 8,192,465, invented by Thomas Wade Fallin of Hyde Park, Joshua A. Butters of Chandler, Ariz., and Greta Jo Hays of Logan, assigned to MedicineLodge. Inc. of Logan.

Cross connector, patent No. 8,192,467, invented by Brent A. Felix of Sandy, and Christian L. Lauridsen of Woodland Hills, assigned to Innovasis, Inc. of Salt Lake City.

Implantable therapeutic appliance for the cochlea, patent No. 8,192,488, invented by S. George Lesinski of Cincinati, Ohio, Armand P. Neukermans of Portola Valley, Calif., Richard L. Grant of Cincinnati, Ohio, and Kevyn Irving of Mason, Ohio, assigned to Otokinetics Inc. of Salt Lake City.

Prosthetic knee with gravity-activated lock, patent No. 8,192,501, invented by Peter Kapelke of Salt Lake City, assigned to Shriners Hospital for Children of Tampa, Fla.

Non-toxic percussion primers and methods of preparing the same, patent No. 8,192,568, invented by Jack Erickson of Andover, Minn., Joel Lee Sandstrom of Corcoran, Minn., Gene Johnston of Radford, Va., Neal Norris of Lewiston, Idaho, Patrick Braun of Clarkston, Wash., Reed Blau of Richmond, Lisa Spendlove Liu of Layton, and Rachel Hendrika Newell of Ogden, assigned to Alliant Techsystems Inc. of Minneapolis, Minn.

Base oil slate prepared from a waxy feed, patent No. 8,192,612, invented by John M. Rosenbaum of Richmond, Calif., Brent K. Lok of San Francisco, Calif., Philip E. Quinnett of Gardena, Calif., and Christopher Allen Simmons of Park City, assigned to Chevron U.S.A. Inc. of San Ramon, Calif.

Wastewater chemical/biological treatment method for open water discharge, patent No. 8,192,626, invented by Marcus G. Theodore of Salt Lake City, and Larry P. Wardle of Bountiful, assigned to Earth Renaissance Technologies, LLC of Salt Lake City.

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