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Device For Lowering Tail Pipe Exhaust Temperature

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US Patent:
2008011, May 15, 2008
Filed:
Nov 14, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/985221
Inventors:
Negin Angoshtari - Northville MI,
Markus Schuster - Ann Arbor MI,
Adam J. Kotrba - Laingsburg MI,
International Classification:
F01N 7/08
US Classification:
60324
Abstract:
A component for a vehicular exhaust pipe includes an upstream venturi forming portion for creating at least a partial vacuum interior to the component. A downstream diverter housing portion of the component has an inlet coupled to an outlet of the venturi portion. The diverter housing portion includes the diverter element positioned adjacent an output of the diverter housing portion for forcing axially central exhaust flow radially outward toward a wall of the diverter housing. The partial vacuum in the component device causes colder environmental ambient air to enter an inlet of the component. The diverter also creates a mixture of hot exhaust flow with the colder environmental air, resulting in a lower temperature of the exhaust gas exiting the component and substantial elimination of centrally disposed exhaust hot spots.

Fluid Injecting And Mixing Systems For Exhaust After-Treatment Devices

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US Patent:
2008014, Jun 19, 2008
Filed:
Sep 27, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/862293
Inventors:
Markus Schuster - Ann Arbor MI,
Ted G. Gomulka - Livonia MI,
Sascha Haverkamp - Jockgrim,
International Classification:
F01N 3/023
US Classification:
60310, 60295
Abstract:
A system for applying secondary fluids to vehicular exhaust after-treatment apparatus utilizes a mixing chamber coupled for receipt of a portion of the vehicle's exhaust flow. A source of secondary fluid is coupled to the mixing chamber and a fluid distribution element is positioned in a mean exhaust flow conduit upstream of the exhaust after-treatment apparatus. The fluid distribution element presents a preselected pattern of fluid flow toward an upstream face of the after-treatment apparatus.

Sensor Impact Protection Apparatus

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US Patent:
2008022, Sep 25, 2008
Filed:
Mar 20, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/688292
Inventors:
KEVIN R. REEDER - CARSON CITY MI,
DERRICK W. ANDERSON - JACKSON MI,
MICHAEL STEBLI - TOLEDO OH,
MARKUS SCHUSTER - ANN ARBOR MI,
International Classification:
G01D 11/24
US Classification:
73431
Abstract:
An impact protection element for a sensor housed in a boss features a hollow base element adapted to overlie the boss and a pair of legs extending along opposite sides of the boss.
Markus Schuster from Ann Arbor, MI, age ~48 Get Report