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Krystyna Truszkowska Phones & Addresses

  • 2210 Pine Ridge Rd, Schenectady, NY 12309 (518) 346-1837
  • Niskayuna, NY
  • Milwaukee, WI

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Us Patents

X-Ray Tube Window Cooling Apparatus

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US Patent:
7016472, Mar 21, 2006
Filed:
Oct 10, 2003
Appl. No.:
10/683306
Inventors:
Madhusudhana T. Subraya - New Berlin WI,
Carey S. Rogers - Waukesha WI,
Manohar G. Kollegal - Bangalore,
Doug Snyder - Carmel IN,
Krystyna Truszkowska - Niskayuna NY,
Assignee:
General Electric Company - Schnectady NY
International Classification:
H01J 35/16
US Classification:
378141, 378140
Abstract:
An x-ray tube window cooling assembly () for an x-ray tube () includes an electron collector body (). The electron collector body () is thermally coupled to an x-ray tube window (). The electron collector body () includes a coolant circuit () with a coolant inlet () and a coolant outlet (). Multiple thermal exchange devices are coupled to the coolant circuit () and reduce temperature of a coolant passing through the exchange devices.

X-Ray Tube Window And Surrounding Enclosure Cooling Apparatuses

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US Patent:
7042981, May 9, 2006
Filed:
Dec 9, 2003
Appl. No.:
10/707369
Inventors:
Madhusudhana T. Subraya - New Berlin WI,
Carey S. Rogers - Waukesha WI,
Manohar G. Kollegal - Bangalore,
Doug Snyder - Carmel IN,
Krystyna Truszkowska - Niskayuna NY,
Assignee:
General Electric Co. - Schnectady NY
International Classification:
H01J 35/18
US Classification:
378140, 378141
Abstract:
An x-ray tube window cooling assembly () for an x-ray tube () includes an electron collector body (). The electron collector body () is thermally coupled to an x-ray tube window (). The electron collector body () may include a coolant circuit () with a coolant inlet () and a coolant outlet (). One or more thermal exchange devices may be coupled to the x-ray tube window () or to the coolant circuit () and reduce temperature of the x-ray tube window ().

X-Ray Tube With Liquid Cooled Heat Receptor

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US Patent:
4943989, Jul 24, 1990
Filed:
Aug 2, 1988
Appl. No.:
7/227280
Inventors:
Brian D. Lounsberry - Brookfield WI
Krystyna Truszkowska - Shorewood WI
Assignee:
General Electric Company - Milwaukee WI
International Classification:
H01J 3510
US Classification:
378130
Abstract:
An x-ray tube includes a cathode which supplies electrons that bombard a target material to produce x-rays. The target is supported on a rotating anode that includes fins covered with a high emissivity material. An envelope surrounds these elements and provides a vacuum chamber in which they operate. A receptor is mounted to the envelope and includes fins which mate with the anode fins to enhance the radiation of heat from the rotating anode. A cooling liquid is pumped through the receptor.

Lightweight Rotating Anode For X-Ray Tube

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US Patent:
5875228, Feb 23, 1999
Filed:
Jun 24, 1997
Appl. No.:
8/881405
Inventors:
Krystyna Truszkowska - Milwaukee WI
Assignee:
General Electric Company - Milwaukee WI
International Classification:
H01J 3510
US Classification:
378144
Abstract:
A rotating anode structure for an X-ray tube is provided, having a lightweight target anode. A carbon-carbon composite target substrate has constituents and weave geometries. A refractory metal focal track layer is deposited on the substrate to produce X-rays. An interlayer is disposed between the focal track layer and the substrate to relieve thermal expansion mismatch stresses between the carbon-carbon composite anode target substrate and the refractory metal focal track layer. The interlayer is a rhenium interlayer and the focal track layer is typically a tungsten-rhenium focal track layer.
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