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Alwyn H Taylor

from Wellesley Hills, MA
Age ~80

Alwyn Taylor Phones & Addresses

  • 25 Hawthorne Rd, Wellesley Hills, MA 02481 (508) 627-4485
  • Edgartown, MA
  • Wellesley Hls, MA
  • Boca Raton, FL
  • Needham, MA
  • 25 Hawthorne Rd, Wellesley, MA 02481 (781) 235-3576

Work

Position: Executive, Administrative, and Managerial Occupations

Education

Degree: High school graduate or higher

Publications

Us Patents

Battery Pack Having A Processor Controlled Battery Operating System

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US Patent:
56465084, Jul 8, 1997
Filed:
Jun 7, 1995
Appl. No.:
8/486071
Inventors:
Duong van Phuoc - Eching,
Rudi Wieczorek - Munich,
Elmar Zeising - Haindlfing,
Louis W. Hruska - Northboro MA
Alwyn H. Taylor - Wellesley Hills MA
Daniel D. Friel - Woburn MA
Matthew P. Hull - Jamestown RI
Assignee:
Duracell, Inc. - Needham MA
International Classification:
H02J 704
US Classification:
320 30
Abstract:
A rechargeable battery pack and a method of operating a rechargeable battery system. The battery pack includes a rechargeable battery, a processor for monitoring operation and performance of the battery, and a memory area for storing data values used by the processor. The memory area is normally powered by the battery, and a capacitor is provided to supply back-up power to the memory area in case of an interruption in the supply of electrical power to the memory area from the battery. The battery pack further includes a delatching circuit for electronically decoupling the memory area and the back-up capacitor from the battery under predetermined conditions.

Stabilized Glass-To-Metal Seals In Lithium Cell Environments

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US Patent:
41683510, Sep 18, 1979
Filed:
Feb 10, 1978
Appl. No.:
5/876786
Inventors:
Alwyn H. Taylor - Wellesley Hills MA
Assignee:
P. R. Mallory & Co., Inc. - Indianapolis IN
International Classification:
H01M 206
US Classification:
429 48
Abstract:
Deterioration of a glass-to-metal seal in a lithium cell is prevented by protecting the exposed interior of the glass with a metal oxide or a non-conductive non-reactive polymeric material such as a fluorocarbon or a polyolefin stable in the presence of lithium and other cell components.

Cell With Safe Venting Electrolyte

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US Patent:
44826133, Nov 13, 1984
Filed:
Feb 16, 1983
Appl. No.:
6/466817
Inventors:
Michael J. Turchan - late of Sudbury MA
Peter R. Moses - Windham NH
Alwyn H. Taylor - Wellesley Hills MA
Assignee:
Duracell Inc. - Bethel CT
International Classification:
H01M 212
H01M 614
US Classification:
429 53
Abstract:
The safety of a non-pressurized electrochemical cell such as a Li/MnO. sub. 2 cell, having a safety pressure vent and an organic electrolyte solvent is enhanced by, in conjunction with said vent, providing said organic electrolyte solvent with at least 80% by volume of a volatile component, such as dimethoxyethane, having a boiling point between 30. degree. C. to 130. degree. C. Upon cell venting, under abuse conditions, the cell is thereby rapidly evacuated and safely rendered inoperable under further abuse conditions.

Smart Battery System With An A/D Converter That Converts Both Positive And Negative Analog Input Signals

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US Patent:
57898995, Aug 4, 1998
Filed:
Nov 15, 1996
Appl. No.:
8/751109
Inventors:
Duong van Phuoc - 85386 Eching,
Rudi Wieczorek - 80797 Munchen,
Elmar Zeising - 85354 Haindlfing,
Louis Hruska - Northboro MA
Alwyn H. Taylor - Wellesley Hills MA
Daniel D. Friel - Woburn MA
Matthew P. Hull - Jamestown RI
International Classification:
H02J 704
US Classification:
320 30
Abstract:
A battery pack and a method of operating a battery system. The battery pack includes a rechargeable battery, an analog-to digital converter, and a processor. The analog-to digital converter is able to convert both positive and negative analog signals to digital signals; and, in use, the converter receives analog signals representing battery voltage, battery temperature, and battery current, and converts those signals to digital signals. The processor receives those digital signals from the converter and uses those digital signals to perform a series of calculations.

Resistant Glass In Glass-Metal Seal And Cell Terminal Structure For Lithium Electrochemical Cells

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US Patent:
45566135, Dec 3, 1985
Filed:
Dec 22, 1980
Appl. No.:
6/219412
Inventors:
Alwyn H. Taylor - Wellesley Hills MA
Wayne L. Lees - Lexington MA
Michael L. Cook - Sharon MA
Assignee:
Duracell Inc. - Bethel CT
International Classification:
H01M 208
US Classification:
429101
Abstract:
A lithium-containing electrochemical cell with a glass-metal seal and cell terminal structure thereon with said glass comprising a glass loaded with alumina or other stable metal oxide or an aluminosilicate glass with or without such alumina or stable metal oxide loading.

Scale Inhibition

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US Patent:
39473414, Mar 30, 1976
Filed:
Aug 29, 1974
Appl. No.:
5/501550
Inventors:
Alwyn H. Taylor - Newton MA
Assignee:
The United States of America as represented by the Secretary of the
Interior - Washington DC
International Classification:
C25D 1308
C25D 1314
US Classification:
204181
Abstract:
Scale formation on heat exchanger surfaces in contact with solutions containing scale-forming salts is inhibited by electrodeposition of polymerized phenol or phenylenediamine on the surfaces. The deposition is accomplished by holding the heat exchange surfaces at a controlled electrical potential in the presence of a solution containing a low concentration of the monomer.

Non-Aqueous Li/Mno.sub.2 Cell

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US Patent:
44017359, Aug 30, 1983
Filed:
Dec 28, 1979
Appl. No.:
6/107962
Inventors:
Peter R. Moses - Windham NH
Alwyn H. Taylor - Wellesley Hills MA
Michael J. Turchan - Sudbury MA
Assignee:
Duracell International Inc. - Bethel CT
International Classification:
H01M 616
US Classification:
429195
Abstract:
A non-aqueous Li/MnO. sub. 2 cell having an electrolyte which improves the capacity thereof and which consists of an electrolyte salt such as LiClO. sub. 4 dissolved in 1,3 dioxolane.

Battery Pack Having A Processor Controlled Battery Operating System

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US Patent:
56525028, Jul 29, 1997
Filed:
Jun 7, 1995
Appl. No.:
8/473340
Inventors:
Duong van Phuoc - Eching,
Rudi Wieczorek - Munich,
Elmar Zeising - Haindlfing,
Louis W. Hruska - Northboro MA
Alwyn H. Taylor - Wellesley Hills MA
Daniel D. Friel - Woburn MA
Matthew P. Hull - Jamestown RI
Assignee:
Duracell, Inc. - Needham MA
International Classification:
H01M 1044
H02J 700
US Classification:
320 30
Abstract:
A smart battery device which provides electrical power and which reports predefined battery parameters to an external device having a power management system, includes: at least one rechargeable cell connected to a pair of terminals to provide electrical power to an external device during a discharge mode and to receive electrical power during a charge mode, as provided or determined by the remote device; a data bus for reporting predefined battery identification and charge parameters to the external device; analog devices for generating analog signals representative of battery voltage and current at said terminals, and an analog signal representative of battery temperature at said cell; a hybrid integrated circuit (IC) having a microprocessor for receiving the analog signals and converting them to digital signals representative of battery voltage, current and temperature, and calculating actual charge parameters over time from the digital signals, the calculations including one calculation according to the following algorithm; CAP. sub. rem =CAP. sub. FC -. SIGMA. I. sub. d. DELTA. t. sub. d -. SIGMA. I. sub. s. DELTA. t+. SIGMA. epsilon. sub. c I. sub. c. DELTA. t. sub. c wherein. epsilon. sub. c is a function of battery current and temperature; and I. sub.

Isbn (Books And Publications)

Structural Change, Economic Interdependence and World Development: Natural and Financial Resources for Development

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Author

Alwyn Taylor

ISBN #

0312004168

Alwyn H Taylor from Wellesley Hills, MA, age ~80 Get Report