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William Bessey

age ~80

from Charlotte, NC

Also known as:
  • William Dr Bessey
  • William Edward Bessey
7159 Windyrush Rd, Charlotte, NC 28226704-5429526

William Bessey Phones & Addresses

  • 7159 Windyrush Rd, Charlotte, NC 28226 • 704-5429526
  • Winter Garden, FL
  • Middletown, PA
  • Orlando, FL
  • Lake Mary, FL
  • Sanford, FL
  • 7159 Windyrush Rd, Charlotte, NC 28226 • 704-2363077

Work

  • Position:
    Precision Production Occupations

Education

  • Degree:
    Associate degree or higher

Us Patents

  • Rigid Fiber Network Structures Having Improved Post-Yield Dimensional Recovery, Method Of Making Same, And Articles Incorporating Same

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  • US Patent:
    6403196, Jun 11, 2002
  • Filed:
    Nov 24, 1997
  • Appl. No.:
    08/976650
  • Inventors:
    William E. Bessey - Charlotte NC
    Joseph S. W. Haas - Charlotte NC
    Gerald Peter Rumierz - Tega Cay SC
    Clinton Dale Felton - Charlotte NC
  • Assignee:
    North Carolina State University - Raleigh NC
  • International Classification:
    B32B 300
  • US Classification:
    428166, 428167, 428169, 428174
  • Abstract:
    A rigid three-dimensionally shaped fiber network structure having improved post-yield dimensional recovery is provided. The fiber network structure is formed from a fabric containing (A) at least one oriented, semi-crystalline monofilament yarn made from a first thermoplastic polymer, and (B) a second thermoplastic polymer which effects bonding of the monofilament cross-over points. The fiber network structures are useful in a variety of articles, including sandwich panels, various spacers, drainage systems, and energy absorption structures.
  • Shoes Comprising Three-Dimensional Formed Fiber Product

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  • US Patent:
    5896680, Apr 27, 1999
  • Filed:
    Dec 19, 1996
  • Appl. No.:
    8/770026
  • Inventors:
    Dai W. Kim - Chatham NJ
    William E. Bessey - Charlotte NC
    John Nagel - Frankfurt,
    Gregory M. Clark - Weston CT
    Joseph S. W. Haas - Charlotte NC
    Etheridge O. Oakley - Matthews NC
  • Assignee:
    Hoechst Celanese Corporation - Somerville NJ
  • International Classification:
    A43B 1318
    A43B 706
    A43B 2307
  • US Classification:
    36 28
  • Abstract:
    Shoes for use in demanding applications, primarily athletics, are made from a three-dimensional fiber network that is semi-rigid and resilient. The fiber network is made from a textile fabric that has an array of projections made from the same fabric rising from the plane of the fabric.
  • Thermoplastic Three-Dimensional Fiber Network

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  • US Patent:
    6007898, Dec 28, 1999
  • Filed:
    Mar 23, 1998
  • Appl. No.:
    9/046165
  • Inventors:
    Dai W. Kim - Chatham NJ
    Joseph Steven Wiley Haas - Charlotte NC
    William Edward Bessey - Charlotte NC
  • Assignee:
    HNA Holdings, Inc. - Summit NJ
  • International Classification:
    B32B 100
    B32B 700
    B27N 310
  • US Classification:
    428175
  • Abstract:
    Three dimensional fiber networks which are semi-rigid and dimensionally stable are made from textile fabrics that have projections and optional depressions which are compressible and return to their original shape after being compressed. The fiber networks are made by the thermo-mechanical deformation of textile fabrics that are in turn made from thermoplastic fibers. The fiber networks have particular utility as cushioning and impact absorbing materials.
  • Medical Casts And Other Orthopedic Devices Comprising Thermoplastic Three-Dimensional Fiber Networks

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  • US Patent:
    5882322, Mar 16, 1999
  • Filed:
    Nov 21, 1996
  • Appl. No.:
    8/754953
  • Inventors:
    Dai W. Kim - Chatham NJ
    William E. Bessey - Charlotte NC
    John Nagel - North Plainsfield NJ
    Gregory M. Clark - Weston CT
    Joseph S. W. Haas - Charlotte NC
    Etheridge O. Oakley - Matthews NC
  • Assignee:
    Hoechst Celanese Corporation - Somerville NJ
  • International Classification:
    B32B 100
  • US Classification:
    602 6
  • Abstract:
    Cast padding materials and padding and lining materials for other orthopedic devices are made from three dimensional fiber networks which are semi-rigid and dimensionally stable. The fiber networks are made from textile fabrics that have projections and optional depressions which are compressible and return to their original shape after being compressed. The fiber networks are made by the thermo-mechanical deformation of textile fabrics that are in turn made from thermoplastic fibers.
  • Thermoplastic Three-Dimensional Fiber Network

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  • US Patent:
    5731062, Mar 24, 1998
  • Filed:
    Dec 22, 1995
  • Appl. No.:
    8/577655
  • Inventors:
    Dai W. Kim - Chatham NJ
    Joseph Steven Wiley Haas - Charlotte NC
    William Edward Bessey - Charlotte NC
  • Assignee:
    Hoechst Celanese Corp - Somerville NJ
  • International Classification:
    B32B 100
    B32B 700
  • US Classification:
    428175
  • Abstract:
    Three dimensional fiber networks which are semi-rigid and dimensionally stable are made from textile fabrics that have projections and optional depressions which are compressible and return to their original shape after being compressed. The fiber networks are made by the thermo-mechanical deformation of textile fabrics that are in turn made from thermoplastic fibers. The fiber networks have particular utility as cushioning and impact absorbing materials.
  • Synthetic Fiber Dyeing Process

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  • US Patent:
    5613986, Mar 25, 1997
  • Filed:
    May 22, 1996
  • Appl. No.:
    8/651437
  • Inventors:
    William E. Bessey - Charlotte NC
    Joseph DaSilva - West Warwick RI
  • Assignee:
    Hoechst Celanese Corporation - Somerville NJ
  • International Classification:
    D06D 700
  • US Classification:
    8489
  • Abstract:
    The invention is a method of producing a melt spun synthetic polymeric filament which has the superior deep dyeability thereof. The method includes the steps of application of a dye dispersed in water to the filaments during the drawing of the filament, and heat setting the surface dyed filaments to uniformly diffuse the dye throughout the total cross section of the filaments.
  • Rigid Fiber Network Structures Having Improved Post-Yield Dimensional Recovery, Method Of Making Same, And Articles Incorporating Same

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  • US Patent:
    5851930, Dec 22, 1998
  • Filed:
    Nov 24, 1997
  • Appl. No.:
    8/976648
  • Inventors:
    William E. Bessey - Charlotte NC
    Gerald Peter Rumierz - Tega Cay SC
    Clinton Dale Felton - Charlotte NC
  • Assignee:
    Hoechst Celanese Corp. - Warren NJ
  • International Classification:
    D03D 300
  • US Classification:
    442 60
  • Abstract:
    A rigid three-dimensionally shaped fiber network structure having improved post-yield dimensional recovery is composed of a deformed textile fabric network structure containing: (A) at least one oriented, semi-crystalline monofilament yarn containing a thermoplastic polymer and disposed in the deformed fabric so as to provide a plurality of monofilament cross-over points therein; and (B) a cured crosslinkable resin impregnating the deformed network structure so as to effect bonding of all or substantially all of the monofilament cross-over points. The network structure is made by subjecting the monofilament yarn to a fabric-forming process to form a deformable fabric, subjecting the deformable fabric to an area-enlarging deformation process to form the initial three-dimensionally shaped network structure composed of a deformed textile fabric, demolding the initial network structure and then curing the crosslinkable resin, which has been added before the deformation process, before demolding and/or after demolding. Curing of the crosslinkable resin bonds all or substantially all of the monofilament cross-over points, thereby converting the initial network structure into a rigid final network structure having improved post-yield dimensional recovery.
  • Resilient Three-Dimensionally Shaped Fiber Networks With Improved Comfort And Aesthetic Properties, Improved Method Of Making Same And Articles Containing Same

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  • US Patent:
    6306483, Oct 23, 2001
  • Filed:
    Jun 19, 1997
  • Appl. No.:
    8/878762
  • Inventors:
    William E. Bessey - Charlotte NC
    Joseph S. W. Hass - Charlotte NC
    Harold W. Davis - Gaffney SC
  • Assignee:
    North Carolina State University - Raleigh NC
  • International Classification:
    B32B 100
    B32B 700
  • US Classification:
    428175
  • Abstract:
    A three-dimensionally shaped fiber network structure having both resiliency and improved softness and aesthetic properties is composed of a deformed textile fabric formed from at least one monofilament and at least one multifilament yarn and having a plurality of deformations formed as a two-dimensional array in a base region of the deformed textile fabric. The deformed textile fabric is preferably a knitted or a woven fabric. The network structure is made by forming a deformable fabric from the monofilament and the multifilament yarn and then subjecting the deformable fabric to an area-enlarging deformation process, e. g. , a thermomechanical process, to produce the deformed textile fabric having the deformations formed in a base region thereof. The three-dimensional network structures may be used in a variety of articles, including cushioning materials, impact-absorbing materials, and load-bearing materials.

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Schools:
Jefferson Academy Jefferson TX 1977-1981
Community:
Ted Nevills, Alice Young, Rodney Delong, Rosella Cunningham, Danny Powell, Marjorie Alcorn
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Schools:
Jefferson Academy Jefferson TX 1977-1981
Community:
Ted Nevills, Alice Young, Rodney Delong, Rosella Cunningham, Danny Powell, Marjorie Alcorn
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Jefferson Academy, Jeffer...

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Graduates:
Lorraine Priest (1968-1972),
William Bessey (1977-1981),
Josh Samaniego (1989-1993),
Duane Sherrill (1979-1983),
Laurie Tucker (1977-1981)
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Grant High School, Portla...

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Graduates:
William Haskell (1966-1970),
Juan Carlos Noriega (1964-1968),
Kristina Kell (1982-1986),
William Bessey (1937-1941)
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North Peace Secondary Hig...

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Graduates:
Paulette Rempel (1974-1977),
Frank Williams (1959-1962),
William Bessey (1968-1970)
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Evergreen High School, Se...

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Graduates:
William Laurin (1964-1968),
Bill Bessey (1956-1960),
Jacqui Wilson (1973-1977)

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