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William F Rush, James E Huebler, Christopher J Ziolkowski: Pneumatic pipe inspection device. Institute of Gas Technology, Allegretti Newitt Witcoff & McAndrews, March 3, 1987: US04646787 (126 worldwide citation)

A pipe worm comprises radially inflatable toroids spaced along an axially inflatable tubular body. The worm inches through piping through sequential inflation and deflation of the toroids and tubular body. The worm includes a fluid supply source, pipe maintenance instrumentation and automatic, semia ...


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Sambhunath Ghosh, Donald L Klass: Two phase anaerobic digestion. Institute of Gas Technology, Dominik Knechtel Godula & Demeur, May 10, 1977: US04022665 (104 worldwide citation)

An improved two phase anaerobic digestion process in which an initial phase continually receives an organic feed for short detention times of less than two days under conditions which efficiently liquefy and breakdown the feed to lower molecular weight acids and other intermediates for conversion to ...


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Gidaspow Dimitri, Onischak Michael: Process for regenerative sorption of CO.sub.2. Institute of Gas Technology, Molinare Allegretti Newitt & Witcoff, February 11, 1975: US3865924 (92 worldwide citation)

A process and apparatus for the removal of carbon dioxide from a gaseous stream, wherein the CO.sub.2 content ranges from trace amounts up to 50 mole percent, and for subsequent transfer to another gas stream by thermal regeneration. A special composition comprising a finely ground mixture of potass ...


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John G Victor: Method for solvent recovery in solvent separation of ethanol from water. Institute of Gas Technology, Allegretti Newitt Witcoff & McAndrews, May 28, 1985: US04520213 (83 worldwide citation)

A process for the separation of ethanol from water using solvent extraction at elevated pressures is disclosed. Separation is effected by contacting aqueous ethanol with either propylene (propene), allene (propadiene), methyl acetylene (propyne), or methyl allene (1,2-butadiene). This produces two l ...


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Leonard G Marianowski, Donald K Fleming: Hydrogen forming reaction process. Institute of Gas Technology, Thomas W Speckman, March 7, 1989: US04810485 (79 worldwide citation)

A hydrogen forming process and apparatus wherein one side of a hydrogen ion porous and molecular gas non-porous metallic foil is contacted with mixed gases comprising molecular hydrogen formed by a chemical reaction in a hydrogen production zone. The molecular hydrogen is dissociated and passed as i ...


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William F Rush, James E Huebler, Peter Lysenko: Photoacoustic speaker and method. Institute of Gas Technology, Thomas W Speckman, February 3, 1987: US04641377 (75 worldwide citation)

A photoacoustic speaker and method for producing photoacoustic sound by utilizing a laser beam, modulating the intensity of the laser beam in response to audio signal inputs and passing the modulated laser beam into a gas absorption chamber wherein gas capable of absorption of the modulated laser be ...


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Sambhunath Ghosh: Gas production by accelerated in situ bioleaching of landfills. Institute of Gas Technology, Thomas W Speckman, April 6, 1982: US04323367 (70 worldwide citation)

A process for improved gas production and accelerated stabilization of landfills by accelerated in situ bioleaching of organic wastes by acid forming bacteria in substantially sealed landfills, passing the leachate of hydrolysis and liquefaction products of microbial action of the microorganisms wit ...


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Peter G P Ang, Anthony F Sammells: Gas fixation solar cell using gas diffusion semiconductor electrode. Institute of Gas Technology, Thomas W Speckman, December 23, 1980: US04240882 (70 worldwide citation)

A gas diffusion semiconductor electrode and solar cell and a process for gaseous fixation, such as nitrogen photoreduction, CO.sub.2 photoreduction and fuel gas photo-oxidation. The gas diffusion photosensitive electrode has a central electrolyte-porous matrix with an activated semiconductor materia ...


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Donald K Fleming: Non-catalytic porous-phase combustor. Institute of Gas Technology, Thomas A Speckman, February 17, 1987: US04643667 (68 worldwide citation)

A non-catalytic porous-phase combustor and process for generating radiant energy wherein the gas phase reaction and combustion take place within the pores of a multilayer porous plate to provide higher combustion intensity and to provide a greater proportion of heat released by radiation. The combus ...


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Leonard G Marianowski: Dual compartment anode structure. Institute of Gas Technology, Thomas W Speckman, Ann W Speckman, October 27, 1987: US04702973 (66 worldwide citation)

A dual compartment anode structure for use in molten carbonates fuel cells having an electrolyte porous metallic plate structure with one face adapted to contact the electrolyte and an opposite face having a plurality of ribs extending therefrom, a hydrogen ion and molecular hydrogen and electrolyte ...



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