David J Rylander, Age 611658 Knox Highway 7, Victoria, IL 61485

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1658 Knox Highway 7, Victoria, IL 61485

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David J Rylander

Address:
Victoria, IL 61485
Licenses:
License #: 062042870 - Expired
Issued Date: Mar 17, 1986
Expiration Date: Nov 30, 1988
Type: Licensed Professional Engineer
License #: 061016862 - Expired
Issued Date: Jan 26, 1981
Type: Enrolled Professional Engineer Intern

David J Rylander

Address:
Victoria, IL 61485
Licenses:
License #: 061016862
Issued Date: Jan 26, 1981
Type: Enrolled Professional Engineer Intern
License #: 062042870 - Expired
Issued Date: Mar 17, 1986
Expiration Date: Nov 30, 1988
Type: Licensed Professional Engineer

Publications

Us Patents

Seed Meter And Accelerator

US Patent:
6481647, Nov 19, 2002
Filed:
Aug 3, 2000
Appl. No.:
09/632182
Inventors:
Miles Raymond Keaton - Rock Island IL
David James Rylander - Victoria IL
Assignee:
Deere Company - Moline IL
International Classification:
A01C 1504
US Classification:
239654, 239668, 239679, 239684
Abstract:
A seed meter and accelerator comprises a stationary housing, a stationary axially extending dispensing rim, a radially extending flange and a rotating disc. The stationary housing is provided with an axially extending metering rim. The meter rim is provided with a metering gap. The stationary axially extending dispensing rim is located radially outward from the metering rim and is provided with a dispensing gap. The radially extending flange extends between the axially extending metering rim and the axially extending dispensing rim. The rotating disc is provided with an inner portion having circumferentially arranged seed pockets and an outer portion having seed dispensing openings. Each seed pocket corresponds to a seed dispensing opening. Passages extend between the seed pockets and the seed dispensing openings. The seed pockets of the inner portion are located adjacent to and radially inward from the metering rim.

Seed Meter With Flexible Seed Disc

US Patent:
2010011, May 13, 2010
Filed:
Jan 18, 2010
Appl. No.:
12/689054
Inventors:
Miles R. Keaton - Port Byron IL,
Michael E. Friestad - Rock Island IL,
Nathan A. Mariman - Mahomet IL,
David J. Rylander - Victoria IL,
International Classification:
A01C 7/00
US Classification:
111200
Abstract:
A seed meter for use in an agricultural seeding machine includes a housing having an inner chamber and one or more deflectors within the inner chamber, and a seed disc rotatably carried by the housing. The seed disc includes at least a portion thereof formed from a flexible material which is deflectable by the one or more deflectors during rotation within the housing.

Seed Distribution System And Method For A Seeding Implement

US Patent:
5161473, Nov 10, 1992
Filed:
May 17, 1991
Appl. No.:
7/701939
Inventors:
Donald K. Landphair - Bettendorf IA
Lowell H. Neumeyer - Des Moines IA
David J. Rylander - Victoria IL
Assignee:
Deere & Company - Moline IL
International Classification:
A01C 100
A01C 700
US Classification:
111176
Abstract:
A seed distribution system includes an upright main hopper for containing a mass of seeds. The input end of a seed tube projects into the lower portion of the hopper near the bottom of the seed mass. The input end of the seed tube is located within the output end of an air supply tube and terminates inwardly of the supply tube. The seeds in the main hopper are pneumatically captured by creating a generally dome-shaped area in the seeds adjacent the input end and sweeping seeds from the area into the input end. The captured seeds are propelled through the seed tube to a secondary hopper adjacent a seed metering device. To provide automatic level control, the delivery end of the seed tube is supported within the secondary hopper so that, as the seed level rises in the hopper, air flow and thus seed delivery rate will decrease. Automatic seed distribution from the bottom of the central hopper to the secondary hopper is accomplished simply and reliably with no moving parts other than those associated with the source of air.

Twin-Row Multiple Variety Planter And Method Of Use

US Patent:
2014001, Jan 16, 2014
Filed:
Jul 12, 2012
Appl. No.:
13/547682
Inventors:
THOMAS C. BROCKMANN - Bettendorf IA,
JAMES R. PETERSON - Annawan IL,
DONALD K. LANDPHAIR - Bettendorf IA,
DAVID J. RYLANDER - Victoria IL,
MICHAEL E. FRASIER - Iowa City IA,
ELIJAH B. GARNER - Bettendorf IA,
International Classification:
A01C 7/08
US Classification:
111186, 111 14
Abstract:
A twin-row planter is shown configured to plant different varieties of seed. Each planting unit of the twin-row is separately controlled to turn on or off the seed meter of the planting unit. This enables operation of only one seed meter of the two planting units in each twin-row. With the planting units supplied with different varieties of seed, the variety being planted can be controlled by controlling the seed meters of the two planting units within the twin-row.

Seeding Machine With Seed Delivery System

US Patent:
2013029, Nov 14, 2013
Filed:
Jul 16, 2013
Appl. No.:
13/943561
Inventors:
DANIEL B. THIEMKE - SUN PRAIRIE WI,
DAVID J. RYLANDER - VICTORIA IL,
NATHAN A. MARIMAN - GENESEO IL,
MICHAEL E. FRIESTAD - ROCK ISLAND IL,
International Classification:
A01C 7/20
US Classification:
111 11
Abstract:
A seeding machine with a seed meter and a seed delivery system for moving seed from a seed meter to a furrow formed in the soil. The delivery system has an endless member moving in a housing about pulleys to move seed from an upper opening in the housing to a lower discharge opening. In one embodiment, a loading wheel at the upper opening to the housing engages seed on a metering disk to move seed into the housing. The metering disk and housing can be arranged in planes parallel to one another.

Seeding Machine With Seed Delivery System

US Patent:
2013003, Feb 14, 2013
Filed:
Aug 13, 2012
Appl. No.:
13/572982
Inventors:
Elijah Garner - Bettendorf IA,
Michael E. Friestad - Rock Island IL,
Nathan A. Mariman - Geneseo IL,
David J. Rylander - Victoria IL,
Daniel B. Thiemke - Sun Prairie WI,
International Classification:
A01C 7/12
A01C 7/00
US Classification:
111 11, 111130
Abstract:
A seed delivery system for use in a seeding machine that removes seed from a seed meter by capturing seed therefrom. The delivery system moves seed down to a lower discharge point and accelerates seed horizontally rearward to a speed approximately equal to the forward travel speed of the machine such that the seed, when discharged has a low or zero horizontal velocity relative to the ground. The delivery system uses a brush belt to capture, move and accelerate the seed. By capturing the seed and moving it from the meter to the discharge, each seed is held in place relative to other seeds and the planter row unit. As a result, the seeds are isolated from row unit dynamics thereby maintaining seed spacing.

Supplemental Down Force System For A Ground Working Implement With Variable Row Unit Grouping And Implement With Same

US Patent:
2013003, Feb 7, 2013
Filed:
May 9, 2012
Appl. No.:
13/467164
Inventors:
David J. Rylander - Victoria IL,
International Classification:
A01B 71/02
A01B 79/00
A01B 76/00
US Classification:
172 1, 172 2
Abstract:
A supplemental down force system for a ground working implement is provided where the supplemental downforce system groups the row units into at least two groups and provides a different supplemental down force to the row units in each group. This enables the row unit to have a supplemental down force closer to the desired down force recognizing that the row units do not all operate in the same conditions. The controller periodically regroups the row units into the at least two groups and readjusts the down force.

Seeding Machine With Seed Delivery System

US Patent:
2010019, Aug 5, 2010
Filed:
Feb 2, 2009
Appl. No.:
12/364010
Inventors:
Elijah Garner - Bettendorf IA,
Michael E. Friestad - Rock Island IL,
Nathan A. Mariman - Geneseo IL,
David J. Rylander - Victoria IL,
Daniel B. Thiemke - Sun Prairie WI,
International Classification:
A01C 7/12
A01C 7/00
US Classification:
111 11, 111130
Abstract:
A seed delivery system for use in a seeding or planting machine that removes the seed from a seed meter by capturing the seed therefrom. The delivery system then moves the seed down to a lower discharge point and accelerates the seed horizontally rearward to a speed approximately equal to the forward travel speed of the seeding machine such that the seed, when discharged has a low or zero horizontal velocity relative to the ground. Rolling of the seed in the trench is thus reduced. Furthermore, as the seed only has a short drop from the outlet to the bottom of the seed trench, the seed has little vertical speed to induce bounce. The delivery system uses a brush belt to capture, move and accelerate the seed. By capturing the seed and moving it from the meter to the discharge, the seed is held in place relative to other seeds and the planter row unit. As a result, the seeds are isolated from row unit dynamics thereby maintaining seed spacing.

Isbn (Books And Publications)

Natverkan Och Regional Utveckling: Om Gransoverskridande Samarbete I Sodra Ostersjoregionen Och Natverkstjansternas Roll I Samhallsutvecklingen

Author:
David Rylander
ISBN #:
9186472496

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