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Michael D Gilley

from Cleburne, TX
Age ~48

Michael Gilley Phones & Addresses

  • 1106 Lone Star Ave, Cleburne, TX 76033 (817) 556-2653
  • San Angelo, TX
  • 6004 Lovers Ln, Dallas, TX 75206 (214) 373-1425
  • Ozona, TX
  • Arlington, TX

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Waiter

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Industry:
Food Production
Work:
Harrigans
Waiter
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Michael Gilley

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Michael J. Gilley, Attorney At Law At Lake Of The Ozarks

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Position:
Attorney at Michael J. Gilley, Attorney at Law
Location:
Camdenton, Missouri
Industry:
Law Practice
Work:
Michael J. Gilley, Attorney at Law since Aug 2012
Attorney

Smith & Gilley, LLC - Camdenton, MO Dec 2010 - Aug 2012
Attorney

Dunn & Davison, LLC Oct 2009 - Nov 2010
Associate Attorney

Stinson Morrison Hecker May 2008 - Sep 2009
Associate Attorney

Phillips, McElyea, Carpenter & Welch P.C. Aug 2004 - Jul 2007
Associate Attorney
Education:
Northwestern University School of Law 2007 - 2008
LL.M., Tax
University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law 2001 - 2004
J.D.
Arizona State University, W. P. Carey School of Business 1998 - 2000
B.S., Finance
Camdenton High School 1993 - 1996
Skills:
Corporate Law
Trusts
Estate Planning
Tax
Tax Law
Civil Litigation
Business Transactions
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Michael Gilley

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Location:
United States

Business Records

Name / Title
Company / Classification
Phones & Addresses
Michael W Gilley
Director
THE SALONS AT BELLA SUITES, LLC
9110 Raeford Dr, Dallas, TX 75243
10518 Royalwood Dr, Dallas, TX 75238
Michael W Gilley
President
GILLEY TRADING, LLC
Whol Nondurable Goods
9110 Raeford Dr, Dallas, TX 75243
10518 Royalwood Dr, Dallas, TX 75238
Michael W Gilley
Director
ROCHESTER INVESTMENTS SBS 101, LLC
9110 Raeford Dr, Dallas, TX 75243
10518 Royalwood Dr, Dallas, TX 75238
Michael W Gilley
Governing, Governing Person
ROCHESTER BUSINESS CONSULTING, LLC
Business Consulting Services
9110 Raeford Dr, Dallas, TX 75243
10518 Royalwood Dr, Dallas, TX 75238
Michael W Gilley
Governing, Governing Person
ROCHESTER HOLDINGS, LLC
Holding Company
9110 Raeford Dr, Dallas, TX 75243
10518 Royalwood Dr, Dallas, TX 75238
Michael J R Gilley
Secretary
CAM-NET, INC

Publications

Us Patents

Hot Side Heat Exchanger Design And Materials

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US Patent:
20110271994, Nov 10, 2011
Filed:
May 4, 2011
Appl. No.:
13/100918
Inventors:
Michael D. Gilley - Rowlett TX, US
Assignee:
Marlow Industries, Inc. - Dallas TX
International Classification:
H01L 35/30
B21D 53/02
F28F 7/00
US Classification:
136205, 165185, 2989003
Abstract:
In certain embodiments, a hot side heat exchanger (HSHX) includes a folded fin structure including a plurality of fins. Each of the plurality of fins is formed from a composite fin material having a first fin layer positioned between a second fin layer and a third fin layer, the first fin layer being a first material and the second and third fin layers being a second material. A base plate is in thermal communication with the plurality of folded fins. The base plate is formed from a composite base plate material having a first base plate layer and a second base plate layer, the first base plate layer being a first material and the second base plate layer being the second material. The first material has a greater thermal conductivity than the second material and the second material has greater corrosion resistance and high temperature strength than the first material.

Thermoelectric Refrigerator With Evaporating/Condensing Heat Exchanger

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US Patent:
60033193, Dec 21, 1999
Filed:
Apr 10, 1998
Appl. No.:
9/058269
Inventors:
Michael D. Gilley - Rowlett TX
Ralph L. Webb - Port Matilda PA
Assignee:
Marlow Industries, Inc. - Dallas TX
International Classification:
F25B 2102
US Classification:
62 37
Abstract:
A thermoelectric refrigerator with a heat transfer system having a thermoelectric device and a heat exchanger with an evaporating surface and a condensing surface. A working fluid is sealed within the heat exchanger. The thermoelectric device includes a thermally conductive hot plate and a thermally conductive cold plate with thermoelectric elements disposed therebetween. The thermoelectric elements are preferably electrically coupled in series and thermally coupled in parallel. The evaporating surface of the heat exchanger is thermally coupled with the hot plate. A fluid flow path is provided to allow working fluid in its vapor phase to flow from the evaporating surface to the condensing surface and working fluid in its liquid phase to flow from the condensing surface to the evaporating surface. The configuration of the heat exchanger will optimize heat transfer by the working fluid from the thermoelectric device.

Superinsulation Panel With Thermoelectric Device And Method

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US Patent:
53985109, Mar 21, 1995
Filed:
Jan 12, 1994
Appl. No.:
8/180456
Inventors:
Michael D. Gilley - Rowlett TX
Lance Criscuolo - Dallas TX
Ralph D. McGrath - Granville OH
Barry J. Arch - Toledo OH
Assignee:
Marlow Industries, Inc. - Dallas TX
Owens-Corning Fiberglas Technology Corporation - Summit IL
International Classification:
F25B 2102
US Classification:
62 36
Abstract:
A superinsulation panel and thermoelectric assembly are provided to maintain the temperature within a refrigerator or other type of enclosed structure at a desired value. The thermoelectric assembly includes a thermoelectric device having a hot sink and a cold sink. The superinsulation panel is preferably disposed between the hot sink and the cold sink. A cold finger is positioned within the superinsulation panel to transfer heat energy from the cold sink to the thermoelectric device which in turn transfers the heat energy to the hot sink. A plurality of posts may also be disposed within the superinsulation panel for use in coupling the thermoelectric assembly with the superinsulation panel.

Thermoelectric Device With Evaporating/Condensing Heat Exchanger

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US Patent:
57379238, Apr 14, 1998
Filed:
Oct 17, 1995
Appl. No.:
8/544169
Inventors:
Michael D. Gilley - Rowlett TX
Ralph L. Webb - Port Matilda PA
Assignee:
Marlow Industries, Inc. - Dallas TX
International Classification:
F25B 2102
US Classification:
62 37
Abstract:
A thermoelectric heat transfer system having a thermoelectric device and a heat exchanger with an evaporating surface and a condensing surface. A working fluid is sealed within the heat exchanger. The thermoelectric device includes a thermally conductive hot plate and a thermally conductive cold plate with thermoelectric elements disposed therebetween and the thermoelectric elements are electrically coupled in series and thermally coupled in parallel. The evaporating surface of the heat exchanger is thermally coupled with the hot plate. A fluid flow path to allow working fluid in its vapor phase to flow from the evaporating surface to the condensing surface and working fluid in its liquid phase to flow from the condensing surface to the evaporating surface.

Encapsulated Thermoelectric Heat Pump And Method Of Manufacture

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US Patent:
49070606, Mar 6, 1990
Filed:
Jun 2, 1987
Appl. No.:
7/056650
Inventors:
John L. Nelson - Garland TX
Michael D. Gilley - Rowlett TX
Dwight A. Johnson - Dallas TX
International Classification:
H01L 2328
US Classification:
357 72
Abstract:
An encapsulated thermoelectric heat pump, apparatus and method for manufacturing the encapsulated thermoelectric heat pump is disclosed. The encapsulated thermoelectric heat pump includes a plurality of spaced n-type and p-type thermoelectric elements arranged alternatively in rows and columns. The thermoelectric elements having opposing ends operatively connected to first and second metalized ceramic substrates. The first and second metalizations patterned to connect serially the thermoelectric elements. The space between the spaced thermoelectric elements is filled with a microballoon filled epoxy for substantially increasing the strength of the thermoelectric heat pump to withstand a stress of more than 2000 g's. The apparatus includes a mold cup holding the encapsulating material, a mold holding the thermoelectric heat pump mounted in the mold cup, and a vacuum means connected to the mold for drawing the encapsulating material upwardly through the spaces of the plurality of thermoelectric elements to fill the spaces for curing.

Control System For Thermoelectric Refrigerator

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US Patent:
55050468, Apr 9, 1996
Filed:
Jan 12, 1994
Appl. No.:
3/580888
Inventors:
John L. Nelson - Garland TX
Lance Criscuolo - Dallas TX
Michael D. Gilley - Rowlett TX
Brian V. Park - Austin TX
Assignee:
Marlow Industrie, Inc. - Dallas TX
Oceaneering International, Inc. - Houston TX
International Classification:
F25B 2102
US Classification:
62 36
Abstract:
Apparatus including a power supply (202) and control system is provided for maintaining the temperature within an enclosed structure (40) using thermoelectric devices (92). The apparatus may be particularly beneficial for use with a refrigerator (20) having superinsulation materials (46) and phase change materials (112) which cooperate with the thermoelectric device (92) to substantially enhance the overall operating efficiency of the refrigerator (20). The electrical power supply (202) and control system allows increasing the maximum power capability of the thermoelectric device (92) in response to increased heat loads within the refrigerator (20). The electrical power supply (202) and control system may also be used to monitor the performance of the cooling system (70) associated with the refrigerator (20).

Fault Tolerant Thermoelectric Device Circuit

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US Patent:
56509049, Jul 22, 1997
Filed:
Mar 19, 1996
Appl. No.:
8/618403
Inventors:
Michael D. Gilley - Rowlett TX
Michael J. Doke - Dallas TX
Assignee:
Marlow Industries, Inc. - Dallas TX
International Classification:
H02H 900
US Classification:
361 56
Abstract:
Fault tolerant thermoelectric device circuit (18) is provided including a plurality of thermoelectric elements (19, 20, 21, and 22) and a plurality of secondary by-pass circuits (24, 25, 26, and 27) coupled in parallel with a number of the thermoelectric elements. The secondary by-pass circuits provide by-pass paths to failed thermoelectric elements, thereby allowing the remaining elements to continue operating. Primary by-pass circuit (30) is also provided to provide a by-pass path to all of the thermoelectric elements as required.
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