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Curtis J Gosik

from Irwin, PA
Age ~70

Curtis Gosik Phones & Addresses

  • 103 Lebanon Dr, Irwin, PA 15642 (724) 744-3784 (724) 863-9120
  • East Pittsburgh, PA
  • 103 Lebanon Dr, Irwin, PA 15642 (724) 286-9187

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Position: Building and Grounds Cleaning and Maintenance Occupations

Education

Degree: Bachelor's degree or higher

Publications

Us Patents

Method For Making A High Temperature Erosion Resistant Material Containing Compacted Hollow Geometric Shapes

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US Patent:
6884384, Apr 26, 2005
Filed:
Sep 27, 2001
Appl. No.:
09/965558
Inventors:
Gary Brian Merrill - Orlando FL,
Jay Edgar Lane - Murrysville PA,
Curtis Gosik - Irwin PA,
Assignee:
Siemens Westinghouse Power Corporation - Orlando FL
International Classification:
B28B001/26
US Classification:
264642, 264651, 264660
Abstract:
A method for making a thermal insulating material includes the steps of: providing a chamber, placing hollow geometric shapes in the chamber, closing the chamber, evacuating air from the chamber, feeding a slurry into an adjacent slurry chamber, pressurizing the slurry chamber and forcing the slurry in to the sphere chamber around the spheres against a fibrous material adjacent a side wall of the sphere chamber. The fibrous material allows capillary wicking of the liquid from the slurry around the spheres. Due to this pressure the spheres and slurry are semi dried into a green state. The material in its green state green is subsequently dried and fired to form the insulating material.

Amorphous Metal Transformer With Low Loss Core

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US Patent:
4621416, Nov 11, 1986
Filed:
Jun 1, 1982
Appl. No.:
6/383399
Inventors:
Robert F. Krause - Murrysville PA
Curtis J. Gosik - East Pittsburgh PA
Assignee:
Westinghouse Electric Corp. - Pittsburgh PA
International Classification:
H01F 706
US Classification:
29606
Abstract:
A method of reducing core losses in a magnetic core characterized by the steps of winding a strip of a previously annealed amorphous magnetic alloy strip into a magnetic core; applying a primary winding onto the magnetic core to establish an AC exciting field in the core; applying a secondary winding onto the core; and applying a DC or a low frequency AC magnetic field to the core at an angle that is non-coincident to the AC exciting field to effect reduced high frequency core losses.
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