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Shivaji Sircar, John W Zondlo: Hydrogen purification by selective adsorption. Air Products and Chemicals, Richard A Dannells Jr, Barry Moyerman, E Eugene Innis, March 7, 1978: US04077779 (106 worldwide citation)

Hydrogen-containing gas mixtures are subjected to selective adsorption in a pressure swing cyclic system to remove carbon dioxide and/or hydrocarbon gases, obtaining high recovery of hydrogen at high purity. The system can also be employed for separation of methane from admixture with CO.sub.2.


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Steven R Auvil, Rakesh Agrawal: Process for recovering hydrogen from a multi-component gas stream. Air Products and Chemicals, Mark L Rodgers, E Eugene Innis, James C Simmons, March 31, 1987: US04654063 (92 worldwide citation)

The present invention involves an efficient process for recovering hydrogen from a gas mixture containing hydrogen and at least one other component. Separation is effected by integrating a semi-permeable membrane based unit with a non-membrane type separation unit.


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Shivaji Sircar, Wilbur C Kratz: Removal of water and carbon dioxide from air. Air Products and Chemicals, E Eugene Innis, Ronald B Sherer, February 10, 1981: US04249915 (90 worldwide citation)

Moisture and CO.sub.2 are removed from atmospheric air by adsorption of these respectively in separate beds. The moisture laden bed is regenerated by pressure swing adsorption in a relatively short operating cycle while the CO.sub.2 -laden bed is regenerated thermally at considerably longer time int ...


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Michael S Chen, Eugene J Greskovich, Marshall L Spector: Control of activated sludge wastewater treating process for enhanced phosphorous removal. Air Products and Chemicals, Thomas G Ryder, James C Simmons, E Eugene Innis, June 2, 1981: US04271026 (90 worldwide citation)

An improved method of operating an activated biomass process wherein influent and activated biomass are initially contacted under anaerobic conditions to form a mixed liquor, the mixed liquor is subsequently oxygenated, thereafter activated biomass is separated from the mixed liquor and at least a p ...


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Gene A Lucadamo: Membrane-aided distillation for carbon dioxide and hydrocarbon separation. Air Products and Chemicals, Geoffrey L Chase, E Eugene Innis, James C Simmons, July 29, 1986: US04602477 (76 worldwide citation)

A process is described for separating a carbonaceous off-gas in a low temperature distillative separation to produce a fuel gas stream, a carbon dioxide-sulfur stream and a heavy hydrocarbon stream wherein the carbon dioxide-sulfur stream is reduced in pressure to produce refrigeration to return a p ...


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John M Fernbacher, James G Hansel: Process and apparatus for monitoring and controlling the flammability of gas from an in-situ combustion oil recovery project. Air Products and Chemicals, Geoffrey L Chase, E Eugene Innis, James C Simmons, August 4, 1987: US04683947 (74 worldwide citation)

Process and apparatus are set forth for ascertaining and controlling the flammability of produced gas from an in-situ combustion enhanced petroleum production well whereby the produced oil is sampled, the produced gas is periodically sampled, the temperature, pressure and produced gas flow rate are ...


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Barry L Werley, Richard H Snyder, Joseph E McQuillen, Keith A Miller: Safety pressure regulator. Air Products and Chemicals, James C Simmons, E Eugene Innis, July 3, 1984: US04457329 (73 worldwide citation)

A safety pressure regulator employing a diaphragm actuator that upon exposure to high temperature an element melts to release the valve from the actuator to effect its automatic closing.


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Ravi Kumar, Shivaji Sircar, Wilbur C Kratz: Adsorptive process for the removal of carbon dioxide from a gas. Air Products and Chemicals, Geoffrey L Chase, E Eugene Innis, James C Simmons, September 18, 1984: US04472178 (67 worldwide citation)

A process is set forth for the removal of carbon dioxide from air in an adsorption bed wherein the regeneration energy is reduced by the use of a heat recuperator and a purge sequence which avoids the removal of heat from the adsorption bed during regeneration.


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William P Hegarty: Process for the recovery and recycle of effluent gas from the regeneration of particulate matter with oxygen and carbon dioxide. Air Products and Chemicals, Geoffrey L Chase, E Eugene Innis, James C Simmons, September 17, 1985: US04542114 (59 worldwide citation)

A unique process arrangement is disclosed wherein the effluent flue gas from the removal of hydrocarbonaceous coke from particulate matter by combustion in a mixture of pure oxygen diluted with carbon dioxide is processed to provide a carbon dioxide-rich recycle gas stream to be mixed with oxygen as ...


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John C Tao: Reactivation system for water-carbon dioxide adsorbers. Air Products and Chemicals, William F Marsh, E Eugene Innis, November 11, 1980: US04233038 (55 worldwide citation)

A cyclic process for the separation of water and carbon dioxide contaminants from a feed gas stream by adsorption on molecular sieve adsorbents and the subsequent regeneration of the adsorbents is disclosed. Adsorption of the water and CO.sub.2 contaminants is accomplished by passing the feed gas st ...