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Cordell R Moe

age ~77

from Andover, MN

Also known as:
  • Cordell Moe
  • Cordell Ray Moe
  • Ray Cordell
375 157Th Ave NW, Anoka, MN 55304763-434-9381

Cordell Moe Phones & Addresses

  • 375 157Th Ave NW, Andover, MN 55304 • 763-434-9381 • 763-434-1456
  • 375 157Th Ave NW, Andover, MN 55304 • 763-442-3155

Work

  • Company:
    Acts steels inc.
    May 2005 to Aug 2013
  • Address:
    Andover MN
  • Position:
    Operations manager

Education

  • Degree:
    Associates
  • School / High School:
    Century College
    1998 to 2000
  • Specialities:
    Micro-Computer Systems Engineer

Interests

My likes are: Learning, Flying, down hil...

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Name / Title
Company / Classification
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Cordell Moe
President
Positive Displacement Turban Design and Test Inc
Designing and Testing Engines
375157 Nw, Anoka, MN 55304
763-434-9381

Resumes

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President Of Pdt Engines Inc. &Amp; Operations Manager At Acts Steels Inc.

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Position:
Operations Manager at ACTS Steels Inc., Owner at PDT Engines Inc.
Location:
Greater Minneapolis-St. Paul Area
Industry:
Design
Work:
ACTS Steels Inc. - Andover MN since May 2005
Operations Manager

PDT Engines Inc. since Aug 2002
Owner
Education:
Century College 1998 - 2000
Associates, Micro-Computer Systems Engineer
Minneapolis Community and Technical College 1992 - 1994
Asssociates, Engineering, Drafting, Traffic
St Paul Technical College 1970 - 1973
Associates, Transportation Transportation Traffic & Business
Interests:
My likes are: Learning, Flying, down hill Skiing, Scuba diving, Gulf, Hunting, Fishing, and playing with my Grandson & Daughter. My grandson very much likes grandpa’s tractor and riding with me in the pickup.

Us Patents

  • Rotary Engine

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  • US Patent:
    2003000, Jan 2, 2003
  • Filed:
    May 23, 2002
  • Appl. No.:
    10/155415
  • Inventors:
    Cordell Moe - Andover MN,
  • International Classification:
    F02B053/04
  • US Classification:
    123/237000, 123/236000, 123/238000, 418/264000, 123/231000
  • Abstract:
    A rotary engine utilizes an expansion chamber and crescent piston to capture the energy of expanding combustion gases through out substantially all of each revolution of the piston. The rotary engine uses a crescent piston, the movement of which is guided by the combined action of a hub having a saddle supporting the piston and a can track. The invention burns fuel in a separate combustion chamber charged from a coaxially mounted compressor and controlled by a pass gate sentry valve. The rotary engine of the invention is cooled by an internal coolant injection system. The coolant solution may contain a alkaline reagent to react with and neutralize acidic components of the combustion gases which would otherwise remain in the exhaust and contribute to air pollution. The rotary engine of the present invention is adaptable to compression ignition fuels and spark ignition fuels. The invention may be constructed of conventional metallic materials as well as composites and ceramics.
  • Rotary Engine

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  • US Patent:
    2004003, Feb 26, 2004
  • Filed:
    Aug 18, 2003
  • Appl. No.:
    10/643001
  • Inventors:
    Cordell Moe - Andover MN,
  • International Classification:
    F02B053/04
  • US Classification:
    123/228000, 123/237000, 123/238000, 123/290000
  • Abstract:
    A rotary engine utilizing an expansion chamber and crescent piston to capture the energy of expanding combustion gases throughout substantially all of each revolution of the piston. The rotary engine uses a crescent piston, the movement of which is guided by the combined action of a hub having a saddle supporting the piston and a can track. The invention burns fuel in a separate combustion chamber charged from a coaxially mounted compressor and controlled by a pass gate sentry valve. The rotary engine of the invention is cooled by an internal coolant injection system. The coolant solution may contain an alkaline reagent to react with and neutralize acidic components of the combustion gases which would otherwise remain in the exhaust and contribute to air pollution. The rotary engine of the present invention is adaptable to compression ignition fuels and spark ignition fuels. The invention may be constructed of conventional metallic materials as well as composites and ceramics.

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Columbia Heights High Sch...

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Graduates:
Colleen Dewing (1968-1972),
Kaylyn Allie (1999-2003),
Cordell Moe (1959-1963),
Angela Nelson (1989-1993)

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