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David P Stoltze

from Brighton, MI
Age ~58

David Stoltze Phones & Addresses

  • 7387 Wisteria Way, Brighton, MI 48116 (810) 494-0384
  • North East, PA
  • Erie, PA
  • East Hartland, CT
  • 7387 Wisteria Way, Brighton, MI 48116 (810) 614-0315

Education

Degree: High school graduate or higher

Emails

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Safety Control For Releasable Backstopping Clutch

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US Patent:
8038575, Oct 18, 2011
Filed:
Jul 18, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/175995
Inventors:
David Pearson Stoltze - Brighton MI,
Jonathan Peter Cooksley - Farnham,
Assignee:
Warner Electric Technology LLC - Braintree MA
International Classification:
B60W 10/18
US Classification:
477182, 192 12 B, 192 18 A
Abstract:
A releasable backstopping clutch is provided with a safety mechanism to prevent uncontrolled release of the clutch. A support structure is fixed against rotation and releaseably coupled to the one of the inner or outer members of the backstopping clutch. The support structure inhibits rotation of the member when coupled to the member and permits rotation of the member when uncoupled from the member to release the clutch. A sensor is configured to generate a signal indicative of a characteristic associated with movement of the member and a controller is configured to cause recoupling of the support structure and the member if the characteristic meets a predetermined condition.

Torque Arm Assembly For A Backstopping Clutch

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US Patent:
2008027, Nov 6, 2008
Filed:
May 3, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/743894
Inventors:
David Pearson Stoltze - Brighton MI,
International Classification:
F16D 15/00
US Classification:
192 41 R
Abstract:
A torque arm assembly for a backstopping clutch is provided that enables load sharing among multiple torque arm assemblies, controlled release of load on the torque arm assembly and load sensing. The torque arm assembly includes a head member that is connected to an outer race of a backstopping clutch and defines a pair of attachment points. One end of an arm member is pivotally connected to one attachment point of the head member while the other end of the arm member is connected to a stationary structure. A strut extends between the other attachment point of the head member and the arm member. Upon backstopping action by the clutch, the head member rotates slightly against the force of the strut allowing other torque arm assemblies to receive a portion of the system load. Movement of a strut seat then allows controlled release of the load tension.

Torque Arm Assembly For A Backstopping Clutch

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US Patent:
2010007, Mar 25, 2010
Filed:
May 2, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/598536
Inventors:
David Pearson Stoltze - Brighton MI,
International Classification:
F16D 41/07
US Classification:
192 41 A
Abstract:
Various torque arm assemblies for a backstopping clutch are provided that enable load sharing among multiple torque arm assemblies, controlled release of load on the torque arm assembly and/or load sensing. The torque arm assembly includes a head member that is connected to an outer race of a backstopping clutch and defines a pair of attachment points. One end of an arm member is pivotally connected to one attachment point of the head member while the other end of the arm member is connected to a stationary structure. A strut extends between the other attachment point of the head member and the arm member. Upon backstopping action in one embodiment, the head member rotates slightly against the force of the strut allowing other torque arm assemblies to receive a portion of the system load. The position of the strut may be adjustable to allow controlled release of the load tension.
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