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Edward J Kroliczek

age ~82

from Davidsonville, MD

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  • Edward Kroliczek
Phone and address:
732 Chickamauga Dr, Davidsonville, MD 21035

Edward Kroliczek Phones & Addresses

  • 732 Chickamauga Dr, Davidsonville, MD 21035
  • 805 Rambo Ct, Halethorpe, MD 21227
  • Glenn Dale, MD
  • Greenbelt, MD

Work

  • Position:
    Food Preparation and Serving Related Occupations

Education

  • Degree:
    Bachelor's degree or higher

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  • Edward Kroliczek

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  • Address:
    732 Chickamauga Dr, Davidsonville, MD 21035
  • VIN:
    1HGFA16557L089817
  • Make:
    HONDA
  • Model:
    CIVIC
  • Year:
    2007

Us Patents

  • Evaporator Employing A Liquid Superheat Tolerant Wick

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  • US Patent:
    6564860, May 20, 2003
  • Filed:
    Aug 21, 2001
  • Appl. No.:
    09/933589
  • Inventors:
    Edward J. Kroliczek - Davidsonville MD
    Kimberly R. Wrenn - Sykesville MD
  • Assignee:
    Swales Aerospace - Beltsville MD
  • International Classification:
    F28D 1500
  • US Classification:
    16510426, 16510433, 361700, 29890032, 174 152
  • Abstract:
    A capillary wick for use in capillary evaporators has properties that prevent nucleation inside the body of the wick, resulting in suppression of back-conduction of heat from vapor channels to the liquid reservoir. Use of a central liquid flow channel in the wick is eliminated, and pore size in the wick is chosen to maximize available pressure for fluid pumping, while preventing nucleation in the wick body. The wick is embodied with different geometries, including cylindrical and flat. A flat capillary evaporator has substantially planar heat input surfaces for convenient mating to planar heat sources. The flat capillary evaporator is capable of being used with working fluids having high vapor pressures (i. e. , greater that 10 psia). To contain the pressure of the vaporized working fluid, the opposed planar plates of the evaporator are brazed or sintered to opposing sides of a metal wick.
  • Phase Control In The Capillary Evaporators

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  • US Patent:
    6889754, May 10, 2005
  • Filed:
    Jun 29, 2001
  • Appl. No.:
    09/896561
  • Inventors:
    Edward J. Kroliczek - Davidsonville MD, US
    James Seokgeun Yun - Silver Spring MD, US
  • Assignee:
    Swales & Associates, Inc. - Beltsville MD
  • International Classification:
    F28D015/00
  • US Classification:
    16510426, 16510421, 16510419, 16510411
  • Abstract:
    A capillary pump two phase heat transport system that combines the most favorable characteristics of a capillary pump loop (CPL) with the robustness and reliability of a loop heat pipe (LHP). Like a CPL, the hybrid loop has plural parallel evaporators, plural parallel condensers, and a back pressure flow regulator. Unlike CPLs, however, the hybrid system incorporates elements that form a secondary loop, which is essentially a LHP that is co-joined with a CPL to form an inseparable whole. Although secondary to the basic thermal management of the system thermal bus, the LHP secondary loop portion of the system provides for important operational functions that maintain healthy, robust and reliable operation. The LHP secondary loop portion provides a function of fluid management during start-up, steady state operation, and heat sink/heat source temperature and power cycling.
  • Wick Having Liquid Superheat Tolerance And Being Resistant To Back-Conduction, Evaporator Employing A Liquid Superheat Tolerant Wick, And Loop Heat Pipe Incorporating Same

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  • US Patent:
    6915843, Jul 12, 2005
  • Filed:
    Mar 14, 2003
  • Appl. No.:
    10/388955
  • Inventors:
    Edward J. Kroliczek - Davidsonville MD, US
    Kimberly R. Wrenn - Sykesville MD, US
  • Assignee:
    Swales & Associates, Inc. - Beltsville MD
  • International Classification:
    F28D015/00
  • US Classification:
    16510433, 16510426, 165 804, 361700, 257715
  • Abstract:
    A capillary wick for use in capillary evaporators has properties that prevent nucleation inside the body of the wick, resulting in suppression of back-conduction of heat from vapor channels to the liquid reservoir. Use of a central liquid flow channel in the wick is eliminated, and pore size in the wick is chosen to maximize available pressure for fluid pumping, while preventing nucleation in the wick body. The wick is embodied with different geometries, including cylindrical and flat. A flat capillary evaporator has substantially planar heat input surfaces for convenient mating to planar heat sources. The flat capillary evaporator is capable of being used with working fluids having high vapor pressures (i. e. , greater that 10 psia). To contain the pressure of the vaporized working fluid, the opposed planar plates of the evaporator are brazed or sintered to opposing sides of a metal wick.
  • Heat Transport System

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  • US Patent:
    7004240, Feb 28, 2006
  • Filed:
    Jun 24, 2003
  • Appl. No.:
    10/602022
  • Inventors:
    Edward J. Kroliczek - Davidsonville MD, US
    James Seokgeun Yun - Silver Spring MD, US
  • Assignee:
    Swales & Associates, Inc. - Beltsville MD
  • International Classification:
    F28D 15/00
  • US Classification:
    16510426, 165 41, 165 42, 16510421, 16510433, 16510411, 16510419
  • Abstract:
    A system includes a heat transfer system and a priming system coupled to the heat transfer system. The heat transfer system includes a main evaporator having a core, a primary wick, and a secondary wick, and a condenser coupled to the main evaporator by a liquid line and a vapor line. A heat transfer system loop is defined by the main evaporator, the condenser, the liquid line, and the vapor line. The priming system is configured to convert fluid into a liquid capable of wetting the primary wick of the main evaporator. The priming system includes a priming evaporator coupled to the vapor line, and a reservoir in fluid communication with the priming evaporator and coupled to the secondary wick of the main evaporator by a secondary fluid line.
  • Manufacture Of A Heat Transfer System

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  • US Patent:
    7251889, Aug 7, 2007
  • Filed:
    Oct 28, 2004
  • Appl. No.:
    10/974968
  • Inventors:
    Edward J. Kroliczek - Davidsonville MD, US
    James Seokgeun Yun - Silver Spring MD, US
    Michael Nikitkin - Ellicott City MD, US
  • Assignee:
    Swales & Associates, Inc. - Beltsville MA
  • International Classification:
    B21D 53/02
    B23P 15/26
  • US Classification:
    2989007, 29890032, 16510426, 165272, 165DIG 531
  • Abstract:
    A method of making an evaporator includes orienting a vapor barrier wall, orienting a liquid barrier wall, and positioning a wick between the vapor barrier wall and the liquid barrier wall. The vapor barrier wall is oriented such that a heat-absorbing surface of the vapor barrier wall defines at least a portion of an exterior surface of the evaporator. The exterior surface is configured to receive heat. The liquid barrier wall is oriented adjacent the vapor barrier wall. The liquid barrier wall has a surface configured to confine liquid. A vapor removal channel is defined at an interface between the wick and the vapor barrier wall. A liquid flow channel is defined between the liquid barrier wall and the primary wick.
  • Thermal Management System

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  • US Patent:
    7549461, Jun 23, 2009
  • Filed:
    Jul 14, 2004
  • Appl. No.:
    10/890382
  • Inventors:
    Edward J. Kroliczek - Davidsonville MD, US
    James Yun - Beltsville MD, US
    David Bugby - Beltsville MD, US
  • Assignee:
    Alliant Techsystems Inc. - Edina MN
  • International Classification:
    F28D 15/00
  • US Classification:
    16510426, 16510421, 16510433
  • Abstract:
    A system including a primary evaporator facilitating heat transfer by evaporating liquid to obtain vapor is disclosed. The primary evaporator receives a liquid from a liquid line and outputs the vapor to a vapor line. The primary evaporator also outputs excess liquid received from the liquid line to an excess fluid line. A condensing system receives the vapor from the vapor line, and outputs the liquid and excess liquid to the liquid line. The excess liquid is obtained at least partially from a reservoir. A primary loop includes the condensing system, the primary evaporator, the liquid line, and the vapor line, and provides a heat transfer path. Similarly, a secondary loop includes the condensing system, the primary evaporator, the liquid line, the vapor line, and the excess fluid line. The secondary loop provides a venting path for removing undesired vapor within the liquid or excess liquid from the primary evaporator.
  • Heat Transfer System

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  • US Patent:
    7708053, May 4, 2010
  • Filed:
    Oct 28, 2003
  • Appl. No.:
    10/694387
  • Inventors:
    Edward J. Kroliczek - Davidsonville MD, US
    Michael Nikitkin - Ellicott City MD, US
    David A. Wolf - Baltimore MD, US
  • Assignee:
    Alliant Techsystems Inc. - Edina MN
  • International Classification:
    F28D 15/00
  • US Classification:
    16510421, 16510426, 16510433, 29890032
  • Abstract:
    A thermodynamic system includes a cyclical heat exchange system and a heat transfer system coupled to the cyclical heat exchange system to cool a portion of the cyclical heat exchange system. The heat transfer system includes an evaporator including a wall configured to be coupled to a portion of the cyclical heat exchange system and a primary wick coupled to the wall and a condenser coupled to the evaporator to form a closed loop that houses a working fluid.
  • Evaporator For Use In A Heat Transfer System

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  • US Patent:
    7848624, Dec 7, 2010
  • Filed:
    Oct 25, 2005
  • Appl. No.:
    11/257396
  • Inventors:
    Walter R. Zimbeck - Annapolis MD, US
    Edward J. Kroliczek - Davidsonville MD, US
    David C. Bugby - Vienna VA, US
  • Assignee:
    Alliant Techsystems Inc. - Minneapolis MN
  • International Classification:
    F22B 1/02
  • US Classification:
    392342, 392386, 392395
  • Abstract:
    An evaporator includes a liquid barrier wall made of a ceramic material, a vapor barrier wall made of a ceramic material, and a wick made of a ceramic material and being positioned between the liquid barrier wall and the vapor barrier wall.

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