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Matthew R Sweetland

age ~39

from Dunstable, MA

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  • Matthew Sweetland
  • Matt Sweetland

Matthew Sweetland Phones & Addresses

  • Dunstable, MA
  • Lowell, MA
  • Bedford, MA
  • Austin, TX
  • 3 Maguire Way, Burlington, MA 01803 • 781-2733341 • 781-2733345
  • Lawrence, MA
  • Troy, NY

Resumes

  • Matthew Sweetland Photo 1

    Vp Of Engineering At Nanoscale Components

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  • Location:
    Greater Boston Area
  • Industry:
    Mechanical or Industrial Engineering
  • Matthew Sweetland Photo 2

    Entrepreneur

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  • Location:
    Greater Boston Area
  • Industry:
    Computer Software

Us Patents

  • Hydraulic Strain Sensor

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  • US Patent:
    6550322, Apr 22, 2003
  • Filed:
    Mar 5, 2002
  • Appl. No.:
    10/091200
  • Inventors:
    Matthew Sweetland - Somerville MA
    Merlin D. Hansen - Missouri City TX
  • Assignee:
    Schlumberger Technology Corporation - Sugar Land TX
  • International Classification:
    E21B 4400
  • US Classification:
    7315251, 7315248, 7315246, 7315227, 16625001, 1662542
  • Abstract:
    A hydraulic strain sensor for use with a downhole tool includes a housing having two chambers with a pressure differential between the two chambers. A mandrel is disposed in the housing. The mandrel is adapted to be coupled to the tool such that the weight of the tool is supported by the pressure differential between the two chambers. A pressure-responsive sensor in communication with the one of the chambers is provided to sense pressure changes in the chamber as the tool is accelerated or decelerated and to generate signals representative of the pressure changes.
  • Electrical Connector Having One Or More Electrical Contact Points

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  • US Patent:
    7140916, Nov 28, 2006
  • Filed:
    Mar 15, 2005
  • Appl. No.:
    11/080304
  • Inventors:
    Matthew Sweetland - Bedford MA,
  • Assignee:
    Tribotek, Inc. - Burlington MA
  • International Classification:
    H01R 12/24
  • US Classification:
    439595, 439436
  • Abstract:
    An electrical connector having one or more electrical contacts for providing an electrical connection to an inserted pin is provided. The electrical connector includes a spring made of electrically conductive material and a loading element attached to the spring and arranged to define an opening for pin insertion. The spring is physically arranged relative to the loading element to create a tension on the loading element. The electrical connector includes at least one conductive wire in electrical communication with the spring. The wire is wound around the spring and the loading element, providing multiple electrical contact points radially inward relative to a center of the opening to provide electrical contact to the inserted pin. When the pin is inserted into the opening, the loading element is tensioned such that the loading element generates a contact force at each contact point.
  • Method For Alkaliating Anodes

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  • US Patent:
    2013032, Dec 12, 2013
  • Filed:
    Nov 29, 2012
  • Appl. No.:
    13/688912
  • Inventors:
    Robert W. Grant - Camden ME,
    Matthew Sweetland - Bedford MA,
    Asela Maha Acharige - Old Town ME,
  • International Classification:
    C25D 11/00
    H01M 4/04
  • US Classification:
    205 59, 205230
  • Abstract:
    The present invention relates to a method for lithiation of an intercalation-based anode or a non-reactive plating-capable foil or a reactive alloy capable anode, whereby utilization of said lithiated intercalation-based anode or a plating-capable foil or reactive alloy capable anode in a rechargeable battery or electrochemical cell results in an increased amount of lithium available for cycling, and an improved reversible capacity during charge and discharge.
  • Methods And Systems For The Preparation Of Molded Plastic Articles Having A Structural Barrier Layer

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  • US Patent:
    2013010, May 2, 2013
  • Filed:
    Aug 23, 2012
  • Appl. No.:
    13/593489
  • Inventors:
    Matthew Sweetland - Bedford MA,
  • Assignee:
    KORTEC, INC. - Rowley MA
  • International Classification:
    B29C 45/16
  • US Classification:
    428162, 264241, 425130
  • Abstract:
    Disclosed herein are methods and systems for the preparation of a co-injection molded multilayer plastic article. Some methods include co-extruding a combined polymeric stream having an interior core stream encased by an inner stream and an outer stream. A volumetric ratio of the inner stream to outer stream is adjusted during injection of the combined stream into the a mold cavity to alter a streamline along which the interior core stream flows thereby forming cohesion member that structurally interlocks the interior layer with the inner layer, with the outer layer or with both. Some embodiments reduce or eliminate a need for addition of an adhesive in the composite stream to prevent delamination of layers of the resulting multilayer plastic article. In some embodiments, cohesion members may be employed to produce a desired cosmetic effect in a resulting article.
  • Contact Woven Connectors

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  • US Patent:
    2006013, Jun 22, 2006
  • Filed:
    Feb 14, 2006
  • Appl. No.:
    11/353705
  • Inventors:
    Matthew Sweetland - Bedford MA,
    James Moran - Somerville MA,
    Andrew Wallace - Allston MA,
  • Assignee:
    Tribotek, Inc. - Burlington MA
  • International Classification:
    H05K 1/00
  • US Classification:
    439067000
  • Abstract:
    A contact connector is provided that has at least one loading fiber and a plurality of conductors. Each conductor may have at least one contact point. Each conductor may contact a single loading fiber, and each loading fiber may be capable of delivering a contact force at each contact point. In one example, the connector may be a power connector having a power circuit and a return circuit. In another example, the connector may be a data connector having at least one signal path.
  • Method And Apparatus For Manufacturing Woven Connectors

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  • US Patent:
    2004021, Oct 28, 2004
  • Filed:
    May 20, 2004
  • Appl. No.:
    10/850316
  • Inventors:
    Matthew Sweetland - Bedford MA,
    James Morgan - Somerville MA,
    Andrew Wallace - Allston MA,
  • Assignee:
    Tribotek, Inc. - Burlington MA
  • International Classification:
    H05K001/00
  • US Classification:
    439/067000, 029/884000, 029/857000
  • Abstract:
    The present disclosure is directed to an apparatus and methods of manufacturing woven, electrical connectors that have a first and second set of strands defining their weave, thereby forming a locally compliant connector capable of accommodating asperities. Strands of the first set, that provide the electrical contact points of the connector, are deformed to define passageways there through. Loading strands of the second set are then extended from a driving mechanism and through the passageways to form the weave of the connector. The strands of the first set are connected to a termination of the connector and the strands of the second set are loaded by being connected to an elastic element, thereby providing compliance to the weave.
  • Contact Bearing

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  • US Patent:
    2003017, Sep 18, 2003
  • Filed:
    Dec 5, 2002
  • Appl. No.:
    10/310544
  • Inventors:
    Nam Suh - Sudbury MA,
    Matthew Sweetland - Medford MA,
  • Assignee:
    Tribotek, Inc. - Cambridge MA
  • International Classification:
    F16C033/02
    F16C033/26
  • US Classification:
    384/125000
  • Abstract:
    A bearing adapted to support and allow controlled relative movement with an opposed bearing surface. The bearing is constructed to have a long life by incorporating a surface that addresses many causes of friction and wear. The bearing includes a plurality of support members extending from a base. Together, the plurality of support members can support a load applied to the base through an opposed bearing surface. Additionally, the plurality of support members allow sliding modes of motion between the opposed bearings. These support members can move independently to accommodate irregularities located between the support member and the opposed bearing, such that plowing is reduced and wear to the bearings is minimized. The support members may also be configured to allow certain non-sliding modes of motion between opposed bearing surfaces while resisting other non-sliding modes of motion.
  • Contact Bearing

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  • US Patent:
    2003000, Jan 9, 2003
  • Filed:
    Jun 11, 2002
  • Appl. No.:
    10/167070
  • Inventors:
    Nam Suh - Sudbury MA,
    Matthew Sweetland - Medford MA,
    Donald Bowers - Boston MA,
  • International Classification:
    F16C033/22
  • US Classification:
    384/125000
  • Abstract:
    A bearing adapted to support and allow controlled relative movement with an opposed bearing surface. The bearing is constructed to have a long life by incorporating a locally compliant surface that addresses many causes of friction and wear. The bearing includes a plurality of support members extending from a base. Together, the plurality of support members can support a load applied perpendicular to the base through an opposed bearing. Additionally, the plurality of support members allow sliding contact between the opposed bearings. These support members can move independently to accommodate irregularities located between the support member and the opposed bearing, such that plowing is reduced and wear to the bearings is minimized. Also, the support members maintain the distance between the opposed bearing when any foreign particle or asperity causes one or more of the support members to flex independently on a localized basis.

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Graduates:
Pamela Papagno (1976-1980),
Craig Pizzano (1989-1993),
David McNeil (1968-1972),
Matt Sweetland (1995-1999),
Julie Bondeson (1978-1982)

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