A diving pool comprising: a pool provided at substantially the center of a large con- crete building; a pool-side terrace provided at a pool side; a free space provided above said pool, said free space being covered with a transparent sun-roof; rooms for various purposes provided on floors above said pool-side terrace; rooms for various purposes provided beneath said pool-side terrace; a bottom of said pool provided such that said bottom gradu- ally deepens from a peripheral area toward a center of said pool; a tower provided at a deepest area of the center of said pool, said tower enclosing an area and having an inner and an outer wall and being provided with stairs in said area for people walking up and down and widows on said inner wall of said tower for looking into said pool; an artificial island provided around said outer wall of said tower, said island being at a normal water level of said pool and being of such dimension to hold users of said pool thereon; and, a deck provided on said outer wall of said tower and above said water level, said deck having sufficient width for people to walk thereon.
CL 5— Ml sections are in the collapsed sofa condition, and an un- folded condition in which it supports the lower horizontal section, when the rear vertical and lower horizontal sec- tions are unfolded, 4,905,330 COMBINATION FURNITURE AND EXERCISE DEVICE Lawrence I.
In a sofa-bed assembly having a series of sections pivoted to one another in succession, the sections being foldable be- tween a co Uapsed sofa condition and an extended bed condi- tion, and the series of sections including a rear vertical section, a lower horizontal section, a front vertical section, and an upper horizontal section, a mattress folded and compressed within the series of sec- tions when the latter are in the collapsed sofa condition, the folded mattress pressing upwardly against the lower face of the upper horizontal section tending to pivot that section, with respect to the front vertical section, in the direction of unfolding of the section, a supporting linkage pivotally connected to the sections and constraining the latter to fold and unfold in accordance 12 OFFICIAL GAZETTE March 6, 1990 with a predetermined pattern of movement, that pattern involving the rear vertical section and lower horizontal section unfolding first after which the front vertical sec- tion and upper horizontal section unfold, when the sec- tions move from their collapsed sofa condition to their extended bed condition, the supporting linkage including: , ^„ a rear leg movable between a folded condition, when the U^.
A bedding mattress comprising a spring interior having a plurality of bands of springs, each band of springs comprising a single length of spring wire shaped to form a plurality of individual coil springs ar- ranged in a row, one end turn of each coil spring lying adjacent to a top face of the band and the other end turn of each co U spring lying adjacent to a bottom face of the band, each coil spring being of a hand opposite to the hand of the adjacent coil springs immediately before and after it in the row, and being joined to said adjacent coil springs by interconnecting segments integral with the co U springs, one of said interconnecting segments being located sub- stantially in the top face of the band and the other of said interconnecting segments being located substantia Uy in the bottom face of the band, and each interconnecting segment comprising a bridging portion which extends lengthwise of the row, the bands being disposed side by side so that their top faces lie in a top main face of the spring interior and their bottom faces lie in a bottom main face of the spring interior, the bands being interconnected by helical wires lying in the top and bottom faces of the bands and extending across the bands, each helical wire embracing portions of wires of the bands that extend transversely of the bands from the ends of said bridging portions thereof, there being, in each face of the spring interior, two springs in the interval between each helical wire and the next, at least some of the bridging portions being shaped so as to extend not only longitudinally of the bands but also laterally thereof, the laterally extending portions constituting supporting structures, each such supporting structure being itself supported solely by and cantilevered from adjacent bridging portions of the inter- connecting segments of which it forms an integral part, the spring interior being characterized by initial softness resulting from each laterally extending portion of each supporting structure of an interconnecting segment in the top face of the band extending angularly upwardly away from and returning to the top face of the band in the relaxed condition of the band of springs such that upon deflection of the band of springs, the supporting structure initially deflects downwardly into the top face of the band wh Ue the adjacent bridging portions deflect in torsion, padding overlying at least one of said main faces of said spring interior, and an upholstered covering material encasing said spring inte- rior and said padding.
4,905^5 MAGNETIC RINGS, BRACELETS AND NECKLACES Pentti J.
An inflatable article adapted to support a human user in a sitting or lying position comprising a peripheral inflatable member adapted to be folded on itself about a line defining first and second parts of said peripheral member, said first and second parts being generally similar; and a cushion member attached to the peripheral member along the inside of said first part. Scott Carthage, Mo., assignor to Leggett & Piatt, Incorporated, Carthage, Mo.
4,905,334 REFURBISHING PANEL SYSTEM FOR SPACE DIVIDER PARTITION WALLS Donald E.
TITLE OFFICIAL GAZETTE OF THE UNITED STATES PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE. REEL NO: VOLUME; 3 1112 Patents ^.905.320-^.912.776 Issues: l-^ DATE: March 6-27.
1990 PUBLICATION NO: 10426.00 NOTES; THE PAPER AND INK USED IN THE ORIGINAL MATERIAL AFFECT THE QUALITY OF THE MICRO-EDITION.
The austenite to bainite phase transformation was investigated in a low alloy structural steel after simulated welding heat treatment, by means of light microscopy, electron backscatter diffraction and transmission electron microscopy.
Upper bainite packets result from the growth of groups of laths having close crystallographic orientations but highly misoriented habit planes.
A refurbishing panel assembly for face attachment to an existing space divider partition wall including spaced parallel recessed hanger support means accessible through parallel openings in said partition wall, said refurbishing panel assem- bly comprising a plurality of edge abutting refurbishing panels, each refurbishing panel comprising: an open rectangular frame 14 OFFICIAL GAZETTE March 6, 1990 including horizontal top and bottom extrusions, laterally op- posed vertical side extrusions and molded comer blocks fixedly coupling respective ends of the extrusions and forming an open rectangular frame, said extrusions being identical in cross-section, including a flat, rear wall, an outer flat, parallel front wall integrally joined to the rear wall by a right angle inner end wall, an integral outer end wall extending from said front wall at least to said rear wall and obliquely away from the inner end wall and defming with said front wall, rear and inner end wall a trapazoidal shaped cavity therebetween, the front and rear walls of said extrusions having free end portions extending beyond the inner end wall to the side remote from the outer end wall and forming an inner peripheral groove, a rectangular plan configured board sized to said open frame and having peripheral edges captured within respective inner pe- ripheral grooves of said extrusions, a fabric sheet covering the front face of the board and having peripheral edges thereof wrapped about the oblique outer wall of the extrusions and fixed to the rear wall of the frame extrusions, thereby forming a Ughtweight refurbishing panel having obliquely tapered edges about the sides thereof, the overall width of the refur- bishing panel being equal to the lateral width of the space divider partition wall to be covered, hanger means fixedly mounted to the rear of the multiple refurbishing panels of said refurbishing panel assembly and extending commonly between said multiple refurbishing panels at positions corresponding to said recessed hanger support means, and including hooks pro- Jectable through said openings in said partition wall for com- monly supporting said refurbishing panels of said refurbishing panel assembly in facing contact with and overlying a surface of said space divider partition wall.