John J Mikrut, Age 671077 17Th Ave, Big Flats, WI 54613

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1077 17Th Ave, Arkdale, WI 54613 (608) 564-2172

5505 99Th St, Oak Lawn, IL 60453 (708) 424-2915

New Lenox, IL

New Glarus, WI

10708 Natchez Ave, Worth, IL 60482 (708) 448-5817

Chicago, IL

La Grange, IL

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Company: Specialty systems Nov 2005 Position: Certified forklift operator


School / High School: Kelly High School- Chicago, IL 1973 Specialities: High School Diploma

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Specialty Systems

1077 west 17 Dr, New Glarus, WI
Faith Technologies, Inc.
Specialty Systems
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John Mikrut - Arkdale, WI

Specialty Systems Nov 2005 to Jan 2013
Certified Forklift Operator
Faith Technologies - Appleton, WI Aug 2004 to Sep 2005
Press Operator
Flambeau Plastics - Baraboo, WI Jun 1995 to Dec 2003 Telecomp Technologies - Chicago, IL Apr 1990 to Aug 1991
data tech
Central Wisconsin Transport - Bridgeview, IL May 1977 to Feb 1989
dock hand
Kelly High School - Chicago, IL 1973
High School Diploma


Us Patents

Method And Apparatus For Monitoring And Measuring The Surface Tension Of A Fluid Using Fiber Optics

US Patent:
5303030, Apr 12, 1994
Dec 2, 1991
Appl. No.:
Bernard M. Abraham - Oak Park IL
John B. Ketterson - Evanston IL
Thomas M. Bohanon - Evanston IL
John M. Mikrut - Evanston IL
Northwestern University - Evanston IL
International Classification:
G01B 902
US Classification:
A non-contact method and apparatus for measuring and monitoring the surface of a fluid using fiber optics and interferometric detection to permit measurement mechanical characteristics' fluid surfaces. The apparatus employs an alternating electric field gradient for generating a capillary wave on the surface of the fluid. A fiber optic coupler and optical fiber directs a portion of a laser beam onto the surface of the fluid, another portion of the laser beam onto the photo sensor, and directs light reflected from the surface of the fluid onto the photo sensor. The output of the photo sensor is processed and coupled to a phase sensitive detector to permit measurement of phase shift between the drive signal creating the capillary wave and the detected signal. This phase shift information is then used to determine mechanical properties of the fluid surface such as surface tension, surface elasticity, and surface inhomogeneity. The resulting test structure is easily made compact, portable, and easy to align and use.

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