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Aug. 16, 1938.
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.1. v. GIESLER El‘ AL
TEMPERATURE REGULATOR
Filed Oct. 28, 1935
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Patented Aug. 16, 1938
UNITED STATES PATENT oFFlcE
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TEMPERATURE REGULATOR '
Jean v. Giesler and John E. Dube, Knoxville,
Tenn., asslgnors to The Fulton Sylphon' Com
pany, Knoxville, Team, a corporation of ‘Del
Application October 28, 1935, Serial No. 47,186
IClaim.
This invention relates to temperature regula
tors for internal combustion engines, and more
particularly to regulators of this character which
are designed to control the circulation‘ of the
5- cooling medium through main and by-pass con-l
duits under diilerent temperature conditions.
Temperature regulators for internal combust
tion engines which predetermine the circulation
sage except when the main valve israt or closely
adjacent to its seat.
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ther objects will appear as the description of
the invention proceeds.
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The invention is capable of receiving a variety
oi mechanical expressions, onev of which is shown
von___ the accompanying drawing, but it is to be ex
pressly understood that the drawing is for pur
10f cooling medium between main and by-pass . poses of illustration only, and is not to be con
10 ,conduits are well known, and it has heretofore strued as a de?nition of the limits of the inven
been the practiceto provide such a regulator in tion, reference being had to the appended claim
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the form of a pair of valves each of which is.}' for‘ that‘purpose. '
Referring in detail to the drawing, wherein the
,closedonly when the other is wide open. In the
' customary construction of regulators of the type
. under consideration this relationship between"
the valves is made necessary by the i’act that
seating valves are employed so that the engage
ment of either valve with its seat constitutes a,
stop preventing further movement of the other
20' valve. Thus engagement of the bypass valve
with its seat prevents further opening of the valve
in the main line, and this requires that the by
pass valve not engage its seat until the valve in
the main line has reached its wide open position.
25 Conversely, the by-pass valve is opened as ‘soon
as the main valve starts to move toward its closed
position. Thus the by-pass valve is open to vary
ing degrees throughout the stroke of the main
valve.
A by-pass is desirable because of the continuous
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circulation of water provided thereby, avoiding
same‘ ,r'e'ierence characters are employed to desig
nate corresponding parts of the several ?gures-, 15
Fig. l is‘a'n axial section of an embodiment of
the present invention;
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Fig. 2 is an‘ axial section of the embodiment oi’
Fig. 1 .taken on a plane at right angles thereto:
and
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Fig. 3 is a cross section on the line l—3 of Fig. 1.
In the form shown, a casing Ill of any suitable
size, construction and material, is provided with a ‘
passage Ii, adapted to communicate with the
main circuit for the cooling medium, preferably 25
that including a radiator, and with a passage l2,
adapted to‘ communicate with a by-pass inv a
vmanner well understood in the art. As shown,
said casing ill is of a form suitable‘ for mounting
the regulator so that the thermostat thereof may 30
depend ‘into the water jacket of the engine, said
casing being shown as provided with apertures
system, but as soon as ‘the temperature of the It by which it may be bolted or otherwise suit
cooling medium has risen to that degree at. which ably secured to the engine head or to a suitable
35 it is desirable that some of the circulation take extension of the engine jacket, but it is to be
place through the radiator need for continuous expressly understood that the present invention
circulation through the by-pass no longer exists. ' may be incorporated in a structure suitable for
Moreover, if the circulation is established solely installation at any otherv appropriate place in the
through the radiator soon after'the main valve cooling system. Casing Ill is provided with an
40 starts to open, a closer temperature control can interior wall It having an aperture l5 and its
be maintained because of the fact that all of the end I6 is provided with an aperture I'I to receive
circulation is thereafter niaintained through one the regulator to be described.
The temperature regulator per ,se is preferably
- ' conduit and at arate determined by the degree of
' tendencies for overheating at any portion of the
opening of one valve.
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It is an object of this invention to provide a
‘regulator of the type characterized wherein the
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formed as a readily attachable and detachable
unit which may be secured in the casing III in
any suitable way, but it is to be expressly under
by-pass valve is closed promptly after the main ' stood‘ that the. invention is not restricted to the
useoi a regulator that is mountable as a seli-'
valve starts to open, and remains closed through
out the remainder of the opening'stroke of the contained unit, as one or more of the relatively
stationary elements,‘ as the outer member of the
50, main valve;
.'Another object of this invention is to provide a . by-pass valve, the support for the thermostat,
regulator of the type characterized whereby a 'etc., may ii’ preferred be made integral with or
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closer regulation of the temperature of the cool-, separately attached to the casing it;
In the form shown, a generally tubular mem
ing medium may .be obtained by- compelling all
ber 18 has a cylindrical extension I! of reduced
55 of the circulation. to ?ow through the main pas
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diameter and of a size adapted to ?t snugly in
the apertures 2| and also. shortening the axial
the aperture l5. At its opposite end said tubular
member I8 is ?anged or otherwise suitably
therein'in/ any suitable way. The wall of said
length of the regulator as will now appear.
Not only does the co-action of the member 32
with the member I! provide a guide for the recti
linear movements of the valve member 33 and its
stem 23 as the thermostat 24 expands and con
member i8 is provided with a suitable number
of apertures 2| which maybe variously disposed
tracts, but the engagement of the extremities of
the axially extending portions 33 with the in
around"v the circumference of said wall and in‘
wardly extending shoulder 36 of the member l3 -
one or more circumferential planes as preferred.
constitutes a stop which predetermines the ex 10
tent of'expansionof the thermostat 24 and of the
formed so as to fit snugly in the aperture H, as
shown at 23, and the same is secured ?xedly
Thenumber and size of said apertures 2| are so
selected that when said ‘apertures are uncovered ' opening movement ‘of the valve 33.
the predetermined circulation of cooling medium _ The novel principle of operation involved in a‘
device embodying the present invention will ap
through the by-pass passage |2v is obtained.
Suitably formed on or attached to said member pear from a description of the operation thereof.
I6 is a spider or other suitable support for a In the relationship of the parts shown in Fig. 1
thermostat. As here shown, said support takes . the valve member 33 is in engagement with its
the form of a generally U-shaped strap 22 that
seat and the circulation of_water through the
has its extremities suitably secured in apertures
passage H is completely or substantially pre- '
20 in the member l8 and which at its intermediate I vented. The cooling water?ows over the thermo
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stat 24, however, and through the apertures 2|
portion is suitably shaped or formed so as to
have ?xedly attached thereto the stationary end
to the passage |2 because of the registering aper
tures 33 in the member 32 and the uncovered
apertures 2| at the free ends of the axially ex
tending portions 33. When the temperature of
wall 23 of a thermostat 24 of any suitable
character and construction. As illustrated, said
25 thermostat 24 is formed by an expansible and
collapsible deeply corrugated tubular metal wall
the cooling water has attained that degree at. '
or bellows 25 having one end integral with or
whichiit is desired that the main valve 33 be-'
'gins to open, expansion of the thermostat 24 not
‘only moves valve member 33 away from its seat
but at the same time moves member 32 to 1'81 30
suitaby attached to said stationary end wall 23
and having its opposite end suitably secured to a
30 movable end wall 26.
Attached to said movable
end wall 26 in any suitable way is a valve stem
21, here shown as provided with a central aper-_
ture 28 so as toa?ord a ?lling opening for the
thermostat. When the thermostat has been suit
35 ably charged passage 26 may be sealed in any
suitable way, as by a ball and a block of solder
indicated at 23. Attached to the ‘opposite ex
tremity of the valve stem 21 in any suitable way‘
strict the openings 2|. Continued expansion‘ of
the thermostat continues the opening movement
of the valve member 33 and, depending upon the
axial‘ dimension of the apertures 2|, said aper
tures are promptly closed after a portion only of 35
the movementlof the valve member 33 away from
its seat. Continued expansion of the thermostat,
24 continues the movement of the valve member
33 awayfrom its seat until the ends of the por
shown as provided with an integrally threaded ' tions 33 engage the shoulder 36, but throughout 40
hub 3| for attachment by threads to the end of the latter and major portion of the stroke of the
the valve stem. As illustrated, said valve member , valve member 33 the apertures 2| are maintained
is made bf dished formation so that it may have a closed and substantially no circulation of the
line ‘- contact with the valve seat provided'by the cooling medium through the by-pass can occur.
tubular extremity I! of the member l3, but any Conversely, when the thermostat begins to con 45
other suitable form of valve may be employed.
tract the valve member 33 is caused to approach
Also attached to the valve stem 21 in‘ any suit
its seat, but not until the later and minor portion
able way is a valve member 32 so constructed that
of the stroke 'of the valve member 33 are the
it will open and close the apertures 2| in the apertures 2| uncovered, and therefore resump
member‘ H as hereinafter explained. As shown, tion'of circulation through the by-pass occurs
the apertures 2| are provided in diametrically
Just before valve member 33 engages its‘
opposite portions of the member l3 and the valve .only
seat.
member 32 is therefore formed as a diametrically
By varying the axial dimension of the aper
extending strip having at its opposite extremities tures
2| the proportionate part of the stroke of
valve portions 33 which extend axially of the
regulator and are curved circumferentially so as valve member 33 during which circulation
‘to contact with the opposite arcuate portions of through the by-pass is maintained can be nicely
the member |3 containing the apertures 2|.‘ The determined, and throughout the‘remainder oi
‘ is: a valve member 33 of the poppet type here
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axially extending portions 33 are preferably of . the stroke of the valve member 33 the simulation
somewhat greater width than’ the apertures 2| is maintained only through the passage ‘ll. As
sothat said apertures maybecompletely closed this. passage usually communicates with the ra
as hereinafter explained; I The central portion of
said member 32 has an apertured hub 34 by
which it is mounted and retained on the] valve
65 stem 21, a washer 34' being illustrated as spacing
said member from the movable end wall 23. of '
diator, the cooling eifect of the latter is obtained .
as to all of the circulating water throughout the
major portion of the stroke of ‘the valve mem
ber 33, and the "rate of circulation thereof is
nicely regulated by reason of the one valve con
the thermostat. The axially extending portions trolling the same from the thermostat subiected
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33 of member 32 are provided with apertures 36 ‘ to the temperature oi‘ the circulating water.
It willtherefore be perceived that by the pres
designed’ to, register with the apertures 2|, ‘and
70 said portions are preferably of such length that ent invention a bar-p888 regulator has been pro 70
' when the valve member 33 is in engagement with vided whereby the by-pass is active only for that
part of the 'strokeof the main valve wherein the
its seat the circumferential row of apertures near
er the valve member 33 is cleared thereby, this main valve is at or adjacent to its ‘seat, and
construction reducing the number of apertures throughout the remaindenpf the stroke of said
75 that need be formed in the member 32 to control main valve the entire circulation is maintained 1‘
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through the radiator and under the control of
engine, a passage in said casing adapted to com
the one valve.
municate with the main, circuit for the cooling
medium, a second passage in said casing adapted
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'While the embodiment of the invention illus
trated on the drawing has been described with
considerable particularity, it is to be expressly
. understood that the invention is not to be re
stricted thereto, as the same is capable of receiv
ing a variety of mechanical expressions. The
construction illustrated and described possesses‘
10 the advantagethat the member I 8, the thermo
stat support 22, the sleeve valve member 32 and
the main valve member 30V or one or more of‘
them,f_may be formed of sheet metal, and there
fore the structure is simple and inexpensive to
15 produce. It is to be understood, however, that
the parts of the, structure may be made in any
to communicate with a by-pass, an apertured '
tubular member carried within said casing sepa
rating said ?rst named passage and said second
named passage, a spider secured to said tubular
member and extending below said casing, a. ther
mostat carried within said spider and designed
to extend into the} water jacket of the engine, a 10
valve stem-carried by said thermostat extending
centrally through said tubular member, a valve
member of the poppet type carried on said valve
stem designed to normally close said ?rst named
passage, and an apertured valve member curved 15
circumferentially and slidably contacting oppo
other suitable way if preferred. It‘will also be site arcuate internal portions of said tubular
apparent that the shape, size and construction member carried by said valve stem, theapertures
of the parts maybe widely varied, other forms in said second valve member being designed to
“of thermostat, valve members, housings, etc., register with the aperturesv in said tubular mem 20
may be employed, and numerous changes may ' ber only when said ?rst named valve member is
substantially closed and thereby open communi
be made in the details of construction, arrange
ment and proportion of parts, without departing cation with said second named passage whereby
from the spirit of this invention. Reference is the apertures in said second named valve mem
25 therefore to .be had to the appended claim for ber cease to register with the apertures in said 25
.a de?nition of the invention.
What is claimed is:
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In a temperature regulator for the cooling sys
tem of an internal combustion engine, a casing
30 adapted to be secured to the water jacket of the
tubular member as soon as said ?rst named valve
member starts substantially 'on its opening
stroke.
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. JEAN V. GIESLER.
JOHN E. DUBE.
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