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Michael A Sapack

age ~58

from Southbury, CT

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  • Michael Sapack
  • Mike Sapack
275 Munn Rd, Southbury, CT 06488203-2628379

Michael Sapack Phones & Addresses

  • 275 Munn Rd, Southbury, CT 06488 • 203-2628379 • 203-2641483
  • 32 Home Ave, Meriden, CT 06451
  • Woodbury, CT
  • 275 Munn Rd, Southbury, CT 06488

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  • Position:
    Executive, Administrative, and Managerial Occupations

Education

  • Degree:
    Associate degree or higher

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Us Patents

  • Portable Flow Measurement Apparatus Having An Array Of Sensors

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  • US Patent:
    7121152, Oct 17, 2006
  • Filed:
    Jun 7, 2004
  • Appl. No.:
    10/862234
  • Inventors:
    Charles R. Winston - Glastonbury CT,
    Michael A. Sapack - Southbury CT,
    Patrick Curry - Glastonbury CT,
    Daniel L. Gysling - Glastonbury CT,
  • Assignee:
    CiDRA Corporation - Wallingford CT
  • International Classification:
    G01F 1/34
  • US Classification:
    7386142
  • Abstract:
    A portable flow measuring apparatus measures the speed of sound and/or vortical disturbances propagating in a fluid flow to determine a parameter of the flow propagating through a pipe. The apparatus includes a sensing device that includes an array of pressure sensors, which may be removable, used to measure the acoustic and convective pressure variations in the flow to determine a desired parameter. A portable processing instrument processes the signals provided by the sensing array to provide an output signal indicative of a parameter of the fluid flow. The portable processing instrument includes a processor having appropriate processing algorithms to determine the desired or selected parameter(s) of the process flow. The portable processing instrument has a user interface to permit the user to select the parameters to be measured in the process flow, and/or more importantly, to enable the user to modify particular parameters or functions in the processor and/or processing algorithms. The user interface also enables a user to modify the code of the algorithm via a graphic user interface (GUI), keyboard and/or user input signal.
  • Portable Flow Measurement Apparatus Having An Array Of Sensors

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  • US Patent:
    7302861, Dec 4, 2007
  • Filed:
    Oct 16, 2006
  • Appl. No.:
    11/582203
  • Inventors:
    Charles R. Winston - Glastonbury CT,
    Michael A. Sapack - Southbury CT,
    Patrick Curry - Glastonbury CT,
    Daniel L. Gysling - Glastonbury CT,
  • Assignee:
    CiDRA Corporation - Wallingford CT
  • International Classification:
    G01F 1/34
  • US Classification:
    7386142
  • Abstract:
    A portable flow measuring apparatus includes an array of pressure sensors used to measure the acoustic and convective pressure variations in the flow to determine a desired parameter. A portable processing instrument processes the signals provided by the sensing array to provide an output signal indicative of a parameter of the fluid flow. The portable processing instrument includes a processor having appropriate processing algorithms to determine the desired or selected parameter(s) of the process flow The portable processing instrument has a user interface to permit the user to select the parameters to be measured in the process flow, and/or more importantly, to enable the user to modify particular parameters or functions in the processor and/or processing algorithms. The user interface also enables a user to modify the code of the algorithm via a graphic user interface (GUI), keyboard and/or user input signal.
  • Vertical Seismic Profiling System Having Vertical Seismic Profiling Optical Signal Processing Equipment And Fiber Bragg Grafting Optical Sensors

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  • US Patent:
    6072567, Jun 6, 2000
  • Filed:
    Feb 12, 1997
  • Appl. No.:
    8/800208
  • Inventors:
    Michael A. Sapack - Southbury CT
  • Assignee:
    CiDRA Corporation - Wallingford CT
  • International Classification:
    G01B 1116
  • US Classification:
    356 32
  • Abstract:
    A system for vertical seismic profiling of an earth borehole includes an optical fiber having a plurality of Bragg grating sensors formed therein, each one of the Bragg grating sensors being tuned to reflect a respective bandwidth of light, each bandwidth having a different respective central wavelength. Each of the Bragg grating sensors are responsive to an input light signal, a static strain, a dynamic strain and a temperature strain for each providing a respective light signal indicative of static and dynamic forces and temperature at a respective sensor location. The physical spacing and wavelength spacing of the Bragg grating sensors are known such that each of the sensing light signals are easily correlated to a specific depth. The Bragg grating sensors are tuned such that when a sensor is subjected to a maximum static strain, maximum dynamic strain, and a maximum temperature strain, the maximum wavelength shift of a respective sensing light signal does not cause the frequency of the sensing light signal to enter the bandwidth of another one of the plurality of Bragg grating sensors.
  • Process For Accumulating Unfolded Paper Sheets And Collating With Folded Sheets

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  • US Patent:
    5685531, Nov 11, 1997
  • Filed:
    Sep 12, 1996
  • Appl. No.:
    8/712719
  • Inventors:
    David R. Auerbach - West Redding CT
    Joseph W. Guiles - Prospect CT
    Michael A. Sapack - Southbury CT
    Richard F. Stengl - Wolcott CT
  • Assignee:
    Pitney Bowes Inc. - Stamford CT
  • International Classification:
    B42C 110
  • US Classification:
    270 51
  • Abstract:
    A method of collating unfolded sheets of paper into a collation and combining the collation with a folded sheet of paper. The method comprises: feeding a plurality of unfolded sheets of paper seriatim along a feed path from an upstream position to a downstream position; conveying the unfolded sheets seriatim around a drum to cause the unfolded sheets to be conveyed to an upstream position; stopping the unfolded sheets seriatim in a pocket having a back panel and a top panel, the back panel stopping the unfolded sheets from being conveyed further upstream and forming a collation of the unfolded sheets; feeding a folded document having a leading folded edge from an upstream to a downstream position across the top panel on top of the collation of unfolded sheets, thereby forming a single stack of documents; and conveying the single stack of documents to a downstream location.

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