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Company: Knolle magnetrans Position: Owner

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Oil & Energy

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Owner, Knolle Magnetrans

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Position:
Owner at Knolle Magnetrans
Location:
San Francisco Bay Area
Industry:
Oil & Energy
Work:
Knolle Magnetrans
Owner

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Elevated Suspended Guideway

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US Patent:
6301736, Oct 16, 2001
Filed:
Apr 20, 2000
Appl. No.:
9/553245
Inventors:
Ernst G. Knolle - SSF CA
International Classification:
E01D 1102
E01D 1916
E01D 2100
US Classification:
14 22
Abstract:
Suspension cables for an elevated lightweight guideway are arranged so that high-speed traffic along the guideway is not subjected to guideway-induced oscillation. Furthermore, suspension cables are interconnected so that pre-assembled towers and guideway spans can be transported and rapidly installed by helicopter.

Active Controls For Vehicular Suspensions

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US Patent:
6122578, Sep 19, 2000
Filed:
Jun 18, 1999
Appl. No.:
9/335967
Inventors:
Ernst G. Knolle - SSF CA
International Classification:
G06F 776
G06F 770
US Classification:
701 37
Abstract:
The relative motion and force between two interconnected elements can be counteracted with active controls when such motion and force is predictable. Magnitudes, wavelengths and locations of rocking motion by vehicles traveling along fixed guideways can be recorded, and such records can be used in subsequent trips to predict rocking motion causing forces. Active controls can be installed and programmed to exert timely counteracting forces to prevent rocking motion forces from passing from wheels via springs to upper vehicle bodies.

Bulk Material Conveyor

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US Patent:
4024947, May 24, 1977
Filed:
Apr 29, 1976
Appl. No.:
5/681512
Inventors:
Ernst G. Knolle - South San Francisco CA
International Classification:
B65G 1712
US Classification:
198707
Abstract:
A bulk material conveying apparatus consisting of an endless chain of elongated containers is disclosed. Each container has a closed end and an open end, with orientation of the containers alternating so that in a horizontal traveling position, open ends are adjacent and in sealing relationship. The ends of successive containers are pivoted together, and guide tracks and followers are provided at and near loading and unloading stations so that as the containers approach the station they are rotated from a horizontal end to end position to a vertical side by side stacked together position. In the station the containers move slowly for loading or unloading, then are rotated back to the horizontal position as they progress for high speed travel to the other station. While traveling between stations the containers are inverted so that their open ends are up at loading stations and down at unloading stations.
Ernst G Knolle from South San Francisco, CA, age ~95 Get Report