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Guy L Dilno

from Albuquerque, NM
Age ~75

Guy Dilno Phones & Addresses

  • 4601 Arlington Ave, Albuquerque, NM 87114 (505) 899-4817
  • Carlisle, MA
  • Newton, WV
  • 2273 Folley St, Chandler, AZ 85225 (480) 361-8533 (480) 726-3708
  • 1327 102Nd Ave, Plainwell, MI 49080 (269) 685-6047
  • Maricopa, AZ
  • 4601 Arlington Ave NW, Albuquerque, NM 87114 (480) 726-3708

Work

Company: Independent engineering professional Sep 2011 to Sep 2013 Address: Albuquerque Position: Contract project manager, mechanical engineer, systems engineering

Education

School / High School: University of Michigan-Dearborn

Industries

Airlines/Aviation

Resumes

Resumes

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Contract Project Manager - Usa

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Position:
Contract Project Manager, Mechanical Engineer, Systems Engineering at Independent Engineering Professional
Location:
Albuquerque, New Mexico Area
Industry:
Airlines/Aviation
Work:
Independent Engineering Professional - Albuquerque since Sep 2011
Contract Project Manager, Mechanical Engineer, Systems Engineering

ManpowerGroup - Tucson, AZ Sep 2009 - Sep 2011
Contract Project Manager - at Honeywell

Eclipse Aviation Apr 2006 - Dec 2009
Engineer

Honeywell Aerospace 1992 - 2006
Senior Principal Engineer

Honeywell Aircraft Landing Systems 1992 - 2002
Stress and Dynamics Engineer
Education:
University of Michigan-Dearborn

Publications

Us Patents

Synchronized Motor Thrust Reverser Actuation System

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US Patent:
7513101, Apr 7, 2009
Filed:
Oct 28, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/262058
Inventors:
David M. Eschborn - Gilbert AZ,
Guy L. Dilno - Chandler AZ,
Michael J. Calmelat - Chandler AZ,
Assignee:
Honeywell International Inc. - Morristown NJ
International Classification:
F02K 1/54
US Classification:
60204, 602262, 244110 B, 23926529
Abstract:
A thrust reverser actuation system is provided that includes a synchronization system that synchronizes the actuation of at least two actuators coupled to at least two power drive units. The synchronization system includes a first synchronization shaft coupling the first power drive unit to the second power drive unit and a second synchronization shaft coupling the first power drive unit to the second power drive unit. The at least two actuators are adapted to receive a drive force and configured, in response to receipt of the drive force, to move between a stowed position and a deployed position. The synchronization system is configured to transfer power between the first power drive unit and the second power drive unit, thereby eliminating a mismatch in power and provide uniform deployment of the at least two actuators.

Flexible Shaft Inline Coupler

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US Patent:
20070237575, Oct 11, 2007
Filed:
Apr 11, 2006
Appl. No.:
11/402688
Inventors:
Guy Dilno - Chandler AZ,
David Eschborn - Gilbert AZ,
Clayton Saffell - Chandler AZ,
International Classification:
B25G 3/00
US Classification:
403410000
Abstract:
A coupler is provided for coupling a first cable to a second cable, where the first cable includes a male adapter having a male drive feature extending therefrom, and the second cable includes a female adapter having a female drive feature extending therefrom, each adapter including a radial flange. In one embodiment, and by way of example only, the coupler includes a cylinder, a female drive receiving end, and a male drive receiving. The male drive receiving end is spaced a predetermined distance apart from the female drive receiving end such that when the female and male drive features are disposed in the cylinder channel, a portion of the male drive feature is disposed in the female drive feature and is capable of moving axially therethrough in response to a predetermined torque applied to the first cable.

Controller For Electric Traction Motor

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US Patent:
43925448, Jul 12, 1983
Filed:
Mar 2, 1981
Appl. No.:
6/239284
Inventors:
Guy L. Dilno - Plainwell MI
Assignee:
Clark Equipment Company - Buchanan MI
International Classification:
B60L 302
US Classification:
180273
Abstract:
A controller (10) for the traction motor of an industrial truck comprises an actuator spool (56) which is axially shiftable by a manual selector member (12) for actuating a plurality of control switches (44,46,48). Detent means (86,78,82,84) hold the spool in forward, reverse or park positions and a return spring (66) urges the spool toward neutral position. The actuator spool (56) is adapted for rotational movement about its axis for automatic release of the detent means and return of the spool to neutral position. A seat occupancy detector (18) is actuated when the driver leaves the seat and imparts rotational movement to the spool which releases the detent means and returns the spool to neutral. The controller is also adapted to provide manual and automatic control of a parking brake (6). When the selector member is in the park position, cam means (184) on the actuator spool actuates a control switch (48) to apply the vehicle brake.
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