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  • 12760 Oak Knoll Dr, Palm Bch Gdns, FL 33418 (561) 776-5662 (561) 694-5798
  • West Palm Beach, FL
  • Oxford, CT
  • Collinsville, CT
  • Ogden, UT
  • Southbury, CT
  • Mission Viejo, CA
  • 12760 Oak Knoll Dr, West Palm Beach, FL 33418 (561) 694-5798

Work

Position: Professional/Technical

Education

Degree: Graduate or professional degree

Publications

Us Patents

Spherical Plain Bearing With Spread Sealing Means

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US Patent:
20090010580, Jan 8, 2009
Filed:
Jun 23, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/144140
Inventors:
Brian Gaumer - Watertown CT,
Robert Lugosi - Oxford CT,
James Voisine - Bristol CT,
Assignee:
ROLLER BEARING COMPANY OF AMERICA, INC. - Oxford CT
International Classification:
F16C 33/10
F16C 11/06
US Classification:
384322, 403 38
Abstract:
A spherical plain bearing having dual sealing capability includes an outer race bearing member having an outer ring and an inner race bearing member having an inner ring, the inner ring being located within an opening defined by the outer ring. The opening is defined in part by two generally opposed peripheral edges with a spherical concave bearing surface extending therebetween. The inner ring defines a bore extending therethrough and a spherical convex bearing surface engagable with the concave bearing surface defined by the outer ring. A first ring seal is positioned in a first seal groove defined by the outer ring and is inboard of a first face surface defined by the outer ring. The outer and inner rings, or at least portions thereof, are heat treated using one of carburizing, nitriding, or nitrocarburizing.

Surface Treated Rocker Arm Shaft

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US Patent:
20090173301, Jul 9, 2009
Filed:
Jan 2, 2009
Appl. No.:
12/348032
Inventors:
Robert Lugosi - Oxford CT,
Steve Parkinson - Lakeville IN,
James Prescavage - Hainesport NJ,
Assignee:
Roller Bearing Company of America, Inc - Oxford CT
International Classification:
F01L 1/18
US Classification:
123 9039
Abstract:
A shaft for a rocker arm assembly is disclosed. The shaft includes a substantially cylindrical outer surface at least a portion of which defines a bearing surface thereon and an interior core portion located radially inward of the bearing surface. The bearing surface has a hardness greater than that of the core portion, for providing wear resistance and deterring crack initiation and propagation.

Cam Followers For Long Life

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US Patent:
20090175567, Jul 9, 2009
Filed:
Jan 9, 2009
Appl. No.:
12/351036
Inventors:
James Prescavage - Hainesport NJ,
Robert Lugosi - Oxford CT,
Assignee:
ROLLER BEARING COMPANY OF AMERICA, INC. - Oxford CT
International Classification:
F16C 19/28
US Classification:
384447
Abstract:
A cam follower assembly has an outer race and an inner race located therein. Rollers are located between the outer and inner races to enable the two races to rotate relative to one another. The surfaces of the inner race are lapped and subsequently treated using a cold plastic deformation process. This process is a dry mechanical process that involves applying a high energy flow of abrasive material in a carrier medium to the metal surfaces of the inner race. The present invention is not limited to treatment of the surfaces of the inner race, however, as the surfaces of the outer race as well as the surfaces of the rollers may be similarly treated.

Spherical Plain Bearing With Lubrication Groove

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US Patent:
20130142463, Jun 6, 2013
Filed:
Nov 21, 2012
Appl. No.:
13/682886
Inventors:
Roller Bearing Company of America, Inc. - Oxford CT,
Robert LUGOSI - Oxford CT,
James VOISINE - Bristol CT,
Assignee:
ROLLER BEARING COMPANY OF AMERICA, INC. - Oxford CT
International Classification:
F16C 33/02
F16C 33/74
US Classification:
384145, 384397
Abstract:
A spherical bearing has an outer ring with a concave bearing surface and an inner ring having a convex bearing surface, which is in sliding engagement with the concave bearing surface. A lubrication groove is formed in the convex bearing surface and/or the concave bearing surface. The lubrication groove is defined by a concave central portion and by convex side portions. The concave central portion has a first radius of curvature and the convex side portions have a second radius of curvature. The second radius of curvature is at least 0.7 times the first radius of curvature.

Separable Connecting Device For Steering Column

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US Patent:
52482146, Sep 28, 1993
Filed:
Apr 3, 1991
Appl. No.:
7/680162
Inventors:
Paul E. Duffy - Winsted CT
John Hanson - West Hartford CT
Robert Lugosi - Canton CT
Assignee:
The Torrington Company - Torrington CT
International Classification:
B62D 118
US Classification:
403 2
Abstract:
Two shaft sections have a common axis and overlapping end portions. Connecting pins on the end portions extend through sleeves on the end portions. A snap ring or similar device is releasably attached to the connecting pins to hold the connecting pins within the sleeves and to release the connecting pins when a predetermined force is applied. Alternatively, a deformable strap holds flanges on the end portions together and releases the flanges when a predetermined force is applied. Also disclosed is a sequential connecting device having a second mechanism to hold the two end portions together after the initial release and to provide a second release when a second predetermined force is applied.

Separable Connecting Device For Steering Column

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US Patent:
53360133, Aug 9, 1994
Filed:
Sep 21, 1992
Appl. No.:
7/947582
Inventors:
Paul E. Duffy - Winsted CT
John Hanson - West Hartford CT
Robert Lugosi - Canton CT
Spencer H. Guptill - New Milford CT
Matthew Kackowski - Torrington CT
Assignee:
The Torrington Company - Torrington CT
International Classification:
B62D 118
US Classification:
403 2
Abstract:
Two shaft sections have a common axis and overlapping end portions. Connecting pins on the end portions extend through sleeves on the end portions. A snap ring or similar device is releasably attached to the connecting pins to hold the connecting pins within the sleeves and to release the connecting pins when a predetermined force is applied. Alternatively, a deformable strap holds flanges on the end portions together and releases the flanges when a predetermined force is applied. Also disclosed is a sequential connecting device having a second mechanism to hold the two end portions together after the initial release and to provide a second release when a second predetermined force is applied.

Camshaft For Reciprocating Piston Engines

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US Patent:
RE345652, Mar 22, 1994
Filed:
Jun 24, 1992
Appl. No.:
7/905068
Inventors:
Michael J. Hartnett - Woodbury CT
Robert Lugosi - Canton CT
James Rollins - Winsted CT
John P. Cook - Simsbury CT
Jeffrey A. Clark - Harwinton CT
Assignee:
The Torrington Company - Torrington CT
International Classification:
F16H 5300
B21D 3900
B23P 1100
US Classification:
74567
Abstract:
Axially spaced cams and bearing rings mounted on a tube are permanently secured to the tube by circumferentially spaced projections on the tube extending into grooves formed on the inside surfaces of the cams and bearing rings.

Transmission Speed Sensor

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US Patent:
51579669, Oct 27, 1992
Filed:
Jan 11, 1991
Appl. No.:
7/639382
Inventors:
Robert Lugosi - Canton CT
James A. Hilby - Watertown CT
Assignee:
The Torrington Company - Torrington CT
International Classification:
G01M 1500
US Classification:
731181
Abstract:
A transmission shaft speed sensor which comprises a Hall-effect or variable reluctance detector and a means for generating a magnetic field which is integrated into a thrust bearing assembly positioned about the differential casing of an automobile transmission, thereby avoiding structural modification of the transmission itself.
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