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George Dominic Rogers Jr, John Merle West: Method of securing a sleeve within a tube. Combustion Engineering, January 24, 1978: US04069573 (217 worldwide citation)

A method is disclosed for securing a repair sleeve within a tubular fluid conveying conduit. The sleeve is positioned within the tube so that it extends coextensive with a region of degraded tube wall and partially beyond the axial extremes of the degraded area. A radially outwardly directed force i ...


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Mark S Lee, Cameron M McQuaid, Stephen R Urban, Donald A Seccombe Jr, Robert T Leo Jr, Edward H Coon, Olin H Bray: Integrated manufacturing system. Combustion Engineering, Arthur E Fournier Jr, February 18, 1992: US05089970 (132 worldwide citation)

An integrated manufacturing system operative for managing the distribution to a factory floor as well as throughout a factory of the information that is necessary to effectuate the production of products on the factory floor. The information required for this purpose encompasses, but is not necessar ...


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Schukei Glen Elwin: Large sodium valve actuator. Combustion Engineering, Borst Stephen L, March 18, 1975: US3871176 (127 worldwide citation)

A large valve actuator assembly driven by an electrically conducting liquid enclosed in a hermetically sealed housing. The conducting liquid contained within the housing is circulated by electromagnetic forces without housing penetrations. The circular flow of the liquid impinges on a vane structure ...


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Glen E Schukei: Method of installing a tube sleeve. Combustion Engineering, L James Ristas, March 19, 1985: US04505017 (113 worldwide citation)

A method for installing a close-fitting cylindrical metal sleeve (26) within a tube (14) secured to a tube sheet (12) of a steam generator, comprising the following steps. First, the sleeve is inserted into the tube until an upper portion (28) of the sleeve is above the tube sheet while the lowr por ...


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Kenneth Scarola, Robert L Rescorl: Operator interface for plant component control system. Combustion Engineering, Chilton Alix & Van Kirk, March 1, 1994: US05291190 (100 worldwide citation)

The invention provides integration of the automatic semiautomatic and manual modes on a single man-machine interface device (200,400), with the master control of a system parameter such as pressurizer level, which is responsive to at least two system components (charging pumps, letdown valves), each ...


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Timothy H Wentzell: Compression sleeve tube repair. Combustion Engineering, L James Ristas, December 4, 1984: US04485847 (99 worldwide citation)

A generally cylindrical tube repair assembly (26,80) having an outer diameter approximately equal to the tube inner diameter. The assembly includes three main components, one of which is compressed and expanded by the other two into sealing engagement with the tube wall. The components include an el ...


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Brian Riley: Process for preparing mixed metal oxides. Combustion Engineering, Brumbaugh Graves Donohue & Raymond, January 28, 1986: US04567031 (92 worldwide citation)

A process for preparing a mixed metal oxide, usable as the cathode or intercalation electrode in high energy density primary and secondary batteries, having the formula Li.sub.x M.sub.y O.sub.z where M is at least one metal selected from the group consisting of titanium, chromium, manganese, iron, c ...


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John D Spencer: Flame detector. Combustion Engineering, June 5, 1979: US04157506 (78 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for processing signals produced by a flame detector. A phase-locked loop is used to generate a binary indication of whether the signal from a flame probe is within a predetermined frequency band. A signal indicative of the average analog value of the resulting pulse train is p ...


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Emory J Leaseburge, Thomas J Thomas: Supercritical fluid chromatograph with pneumatically controlled pump. Combustion Engineering, William W Habelt, August 4, 1987: US04684465 (75 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for analyzing a process stream (1) via supercritical fluid chromatography including container means (10), extraction means (50) for drawing a sample volume from the process stream and injecting the sample volume into the supercritical fluid to form a dilute mix (5), analyzer means (70) ...


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Daryl L Harmon, David S Jamison, Kenneth Scarola: Compact work station control room. Combustion Engineering, L James Ristas, John H Mulholland, November 1, 1994: US05361198 (75 worldwide citation)

Through a localized compact workstation (104), the operator is offered all the monitoring, alarming and control functions which have been previously dispersed over many control panels located throughout the control room (100). The information display hierarchy is composed of an IPSO overview display ...