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Koorosh Y Naghshineh

age ~61

from Portage, MI

Also known as:
  • Koorosh Naghshineh
  • Koor Naghshineh
  • Naghshineh Koor
Phone and address:
172 Brittany Dr, Kalamazoo, MI 49024

Koorosh Naghshineh Phones & Addresses

  • 172 Brittany Dr, Portage, MI 49024
  • 7140 Green Forest Dr, Portage, MI 49024
  • 3415 Austrian Pine Way, Portage, MI 49024
  • 7150 Austrian Pine Way, Portage, MI 49024
  • 9880 Fort Myers Pkwy, Portage, MI 49002
  • Kalamazoo, MI
  • Cupertino, CA
  • State College, PA

Work

  • Company:
    Western michigan university
    Aug 1994
  • Address:
    Kalamazoo, Michigan Area
  • Position:
    Professor and director of graduate programs

Education

  • Degree:
    Ph.D.
  • School / High School:
    Penn State University
    1988 to 1992
  • Specialities:
    Mechanical Engineering

Skills

Research • Education

Ranks

  • Certificate:
    Registered Professional Engineer In Michigan Since 1997

Industries

Higher Education

License Records

Koorosh Naghshineh

Address:
7140 Grn Frst Dr, Kalamazoo, MI
License #:
EI.0007942 - Expired
Category:
Civil Engineer
Issued Date:
Jan 1, 1900

Resumes

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Professor Emeritus

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Location:
Kalamazoo, MI
Industry:
Higher Education
Work:
Western Michigan University - Kalamazoo, Michigan Area since Aug 1994
Professor and Director of Graduate Programs

SRI International - Menlo Park, CA Aug 1992 - Aug 1994
Senior Research Engineer

The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company - Akron, OH Feb 1986 - Aug 1988
Group Leader

BFGoodrich Research and Development - Brecksville, OH Jun 1983 - Feb 1986
Research and Development Engineer
Education:
Penn State University 1988 - 1992
Ph.D., Mechanical Engineering
Louisiana State University and Agricultural and Mechanical College 1981 - 1982
M.S., Mechanical Engineering
Louisiana State University and Agricultural and Mechanical College 1978 - 1981
B.S., Mechanical Engineering
Pahlavi University High School 1974 - 1977
High school diploma, Math and Sciences
Skills:
Research
Education
Certifications:
Registered Professional Engineer In Michigan Since 1997

Us Patents

  • Ankle Stress Relief Device

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  • US Patent:
    7585285, Sep 8, 2009
  • Filed:
    Apr 1, 2004
  • Appl. No.:
    10/815376
  • Inventors:
    Arnis Pone - Kalamazoo MI, US
    John D. Stahl - Vicksburg MI, US
    Koorosh Naghshineh - Portage MI, US
  • International Classification:
    A61F 5/00
    A61F 13/00
    A61F 13/06
    A61F 5/37
    A61B 19/00
  • US Classification:
    602 27, 602 5, 602 13, 602 23, 602 61, 602 65, 128846, 128869, 128882
  • Abstract:
    A novel ankle gapping device includes a lower leg engaging apparatus, a foot engaging apparatus, and a biasing member disposed between the lower leg engaging apparatus and the foot engaging apparatus. The leg engaging apparatus is adapted to securely engage a user's leg such that the leg engaging apparatus will remain stationary when the biasing member exerts an upward force thereon. The foot engaging apparatus is contoured to fit the user's foot. In a particular embodiment, the biasing member is a pneumatic biasing member, such as an inflatable tube that is actuated by a pump. As the pump provides compressed air (or some other fluid) to the biasing member, the pressure inside the biasing member increases, causing an increase in the volume of the biasing member. This pressure and volume increase exerts an upward force via the leg engaging apparatus to the lower leg, and a downward force via the foot engaging apparatus to the foot. The forces applied to the leg and the foot cause separation of the ankle joint, allowing the synovial fluid to flow over the articulating surfaces of the bones of the joint.
  • Ankle Stress Relief Device

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  • US Patent:
    8211045, Jul 3, 2012
  • Filed:
    Aug 6, 2009
  • Appl. No.:
    12/462642
  • Inventors:
    Arnis Pone - Kalamazoo MI, US
    John D. Stahl - Vicksburg MI, US
    Koorosh Naghshineh - Portage MI, US
  • International Classification:
    A61F 5/37
    A61F 13/00
    A61B 19/00
    A61F 5/00
    A61F 13/06
  • US Classification:
    602 27, 603 5, 603 12, 603 13, 603 23, 603 60, 603 61, 603 65, 128846, 128869, 128882
  • Abstract:
    A novel ankle gapping device includes a lower leg engaging apparatus, a foot engaging apparatus, and a biasing member disposed between the lower leg engaging apparatus and the foot engaging apparatus. The leg engaging apparatus is adapted to securely engage a user's leg such that the leg engaging apparatus will remain stationary when the biasing member exerts an upward force thereon. The foot engaging apparatus is contoured to fit the user's foot. In a particular embodiment, the biasing member is a pneumatic biasing member, such as an inflatable tube that is actuated by a pump. As the pump provides compressed air (or some other fluid) to the biasing member, the pressure inside the biasing member increases, causing an increase in the volume of the biasing member. This pressure and volume increase exerts an upward force via the leg engaging apparatus to the lower leg, and a downward force via the foot engaging apparatus to the foot. The forces applied to the leg and the foot cause separation of the ankle joint, allowing the synovial fluid to flow over the articulating surfaces of the bones of the joint.
  • Method And Apparatus For Reducing Noise Radiated From A Complex Vibrating Surface

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  • US Patent:
    54106079, Apr 25, 1995
  • Filed:
    Sep 24, 1993
  • Appl. No.:
    8/126493
  • Inventors:
    V. Bradford Mason - Palo Alto CA
    Koorosh Naghshineh - Cupertino CA
  • Assignee:
    SRI International - Menlo Park CA
  • International Classification:
    G01K 1116
  • US Classification:
    381 71
  • Abstract:
    An apparatus for reducing noise radiated from a complex vibrating surface includes: a motion sensor responsive to a region of the vibrating surface that contributes to a noise field in a fluid medium; a controller having a substantially fixed transfer function, where the controller is responsive to an electrical motion signal produced by the motion sensor and is operative to produce an electrical antinoise signal; and an acoustic driver responsive to the electrical antinoise signal and operative to produce and an acoustic antinoise field that is substantially 180. degree. out-of-phase with the original noise field. The antinoise field reduces the original noise field by the process of destructive interference without substantially affecting the motion of the vibrating surface. If the medium is air, the acoustic driver is preferably a loudspeaker which is operated so that its cone velocity is approximately equal to the ratio of a noise-source area weighting to a cone area weighting multiplied by the velocity of the noise source. A method for reducing noise radiated from a complex vibrating surface in accordance with the present invention includes: dividing the vibrating surface into a plurality of regions, each of which contributes to a noise field in a fluid medium; and, for each region of the vibrating surface, developing an antinoise field that effectively reduces the original noise field associated with that region.

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