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Laurence O Stine: In situ conversion of hydrocarbonaceous oil. UOP, James R Hoatson Jr, John G Cutts Jr, William H Page II, May 15, 1984: US04448251 (157 worldwide citation)

A method for the in situ conversion and recovery of heavy hydrocarbonaceous crude oil containing indigenous trace metal from two adjacent non-communicating hydrocarbon reservoirs which are alternately pressured and recovered which method comprises: (a) heating the heavy hydrocarbonaceous crude oil i ...


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Clarence G Gerhold: High efficiency continuous separation process. UOP, James R Hoatson Jr, Louis A Morris, William H Page II, September 6, 1983: US04402832 (125 worldwide citation)

A process for separating an extract component from a raffinate component contained in a feed mixture. A unidirectional fluid flow system is maintained through a series of separating units through which the components travel at different rates. A component concentration distribution is established wi ...


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Jay E Sobel: Motor fuel production with fluid catalytic cracking of high-boiling alkylate. UOP, James R Hoatson Jr, Thomas K McBride, William H Page II, November 16, 1976: US03992474 (125 worldwide citation)

High octane number motor fuel is produced by alkylating isobutane with an olefin to produce an alkylate separable into distinct low octane and high octane fractions, charging the low octane fraction to a fluidized catalytic cracking unit to generate more olefins which can be charged to the alkylatio ...


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Santi Kulprathipanja, Richard W Neuzil: Process for the separation of ethanol from water. UOP, James R Hoatson Jr, Raymond H Nelson, William H Page II, March 9, 1982: US04319058 (93 worldwide citation)

Ethanol may be separated from a feed mixture comprising ethanol and water by contacting said feed mixture with an adsorbent comprising a shaped replication of particle aggregates comprising carbonaceous pyropolymers containing recurring units of at least carbon and hydrogen atoms at a temperature in ...


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Robert L Riley, Richard L Grabowsky: Preparation of gas separation membranes. UOP, James R Hoatson Jr, Raymond H Nelson, William H Page II, January 6, 1981: US04243701 (86 worldwide citation)

Membranes, which may be used for the separation of gases, comprise a thin film of a semi-permeable material composited on a porous support member. The membranes are prepared by passing a support member through a solution of a halogenated hydrocarbon solvent containing a semi-permeable membrane formi ...


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Richard W Neuzil: Process for separating para-xylene. UOP, James R Hoatson Jr, Thomas K McBride, William H Page II, December 14, 1976: US03997620 (79 worldwide citation)

A process for separating para-xylene in high purity and at high recovery from a feed stream comprising para-xylene and at least one other C.sub.8 aromatic isomer which employs an adsorbent comprising a type X or a type Y zeolite containing barium and strontium at the exchangeable cationic sites in a ...


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Geoffrey W Barley: Parallel folding armrest. UOP, James R Hoatson Jr, Barry L Clark, William H Page II, January 29, 1985: US04496190 (69 worldwide citation)

Parallel folding armrest assembly for use on a vehicle seat has a rear hollow housing portion with a forward armrest portion pivotally mounted at its forward end for movement between several parallel positions including a low position which can form a seat cushion extension. The housing portion comp ...


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Richard G Sarazin, Alan D Wilks: Metal-clad laminates. Universal Oil Products Company, James R Hoatson Jr, Raymond H Nelson, William H Page II, October 5, 1976: US03984598 (68 worldwide citation)

Metal-clad laminates in which the metal coating of the laminate is only from about 1 micron to about 20 microns in thickness are prepared by depositing a copper coating on a substrate which has been treated with a release agent, treating the upper side of the metal layer to improve the adhesive prop ...


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Geoffrey W Barley: Seat having a movable lumbar support. UOP, James R Hoatson Jr, Barry L Clark, William H Page II, February 2, 1982: US04313637 (66 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a seat having a movable lumbar support. An arcuate lumbar support is mounted on a back rest frame of the seat by a mechanism which is operable to move the lumbar support forwards or backwards or to tilt the lumbar support as its axis moves vertical to effect a rolling action ...


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Vere Maffet: Processes for drying sewage sludge and filtering water. UOP, James R Hoatson Jr, John F Spears Jr, William H Page II, March 18, 1980: US04193206 (66 worldwide citation)

A process for drying and granulating sewage sludge. Wet sewage sludge is dried in either a thermal drying zone or a mechanical dewatering zone comprising a cylindrical chamber having a porous wall and a centrally mounted rotating helical screw conveyor which does not contact the porous wall. A plast ...