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Stephen C Leviness, Charles J Mart: Slurry hydrocarbon synthesis with downcomer fed product filtration (LAW552). Exxon Research and Engineering Company, Jay Simon, September 22, 1998: US05811469 (23 worldwide citation)

Hydrocarbon liquid products are filtered and removed from a three phase hydrocarbon synthesis slurry comprising gas bubbles and particulate catalyst solids in a hydrocarbon liquid, by circulating the slurry through a gas disengaging downcomer immersed in the slurry to a filtration zone external or i ...


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Claude C Culross, Charles H Mauldin: Preparation of high activity catalysts; the catalysts and their use. Exxon Research and Engineering Company, Jay Simon, October 24, 2000: US06136868 (22 worldwide citation)

A process for the preparation of a catalyst useful for conducting carbon monoxide conversion reactions, especially a Fischer-Tropsch catalyst, use of the catalyst for conducting such reactions, especially Fischer-Tropsch reactions, and the composition produced by said process. In the preparation of ...


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Charles H Mauldin, Kenneth L Riley: Titania catalysts, their preparation, and use in Fischer-Tropsch synthesis. Exxon Research and Engineering Co, Jay Simon, August 18, 1992: US05140050 (22 worldwide citation)

A process for the preparation of novel binder-containing titania supports, and catalyst compositions of improved porosity prepared from such supports, useful for Fischer-Tropsch synthesis. The supports are prepared by incorporating a small amount of an inorganic metal oxide binder, constituted of al ...


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Min Chang, Constantine A Coulaloglou, Stephen Ju Ming Hsia, Charles John Mart: Slurry hydrocarbon synthesis process with multistage catalyst rejuvenation. Exxon Research and Engineering Company, Jay Simon, October 13, 1998: US05821270 (22 worldwide citation)

A reversibly deactivated hydrocarbon synthesis catalyst in a hydrocarbon synthesis slurry is rejuvenated by successively passing the slurry through at least two rejuvenation stages external of the slurry reactor, each of which comprises a rejuvenation zone followed by an offgas removal zone. This is ...


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Jayoung Koo, Michael J Luton: Ultra high strength, secondary hardening steels with superior toughness and weldability. Exxon Research and Engineering Co, Jay Simon, Paul E Purwin, May 4, 1999: US05900075 (22 worldwide citation)

High strength steel is produced by a first rolling of a steel composition, reheated above 1100.degree. C., above the austenite recrystallization, a second rolling below the austenite recrystallization temperature, water cooling from above AR.sub.3 to less than 400.degree. C. and followed by temperin ...


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David J C Yates: Regeneration of iridium-containing catalysts. Exxon Research and Engineering Company, Jay Simon, September 21, 1976: US03981823 (22 worldwide citation)

The instant invention relates to a process for activating iridium-containing catalysts, said catalysts being inactive because of the presence of the iridium as large crystallites of low activity, and which comprises the step of contacting said catalyst with a halogen-containing gas in the presence o ...


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Robert J Wittenbrink, Daniel F Ryan, Paul J Berlowitz, Jacob J Habeeb: Wide-cut synthetic isoparaffinic lubricating oils. Exxon Research and Engineering Co, Jay Simon, December 25, 2001: US06332974 (21 worldwide citation)

A wide-cut lubricant base stock is made by hydroisomerizing and then catalytically dewaxing a waxy Fischer-Tropsch synthesized hydrocarbon fraction feed and comprises the entire dewaxate having an initial boiling point in the 650-75O° F.+ range. Formulated lubricating oils made by admixing the ...


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John H Sinfelt, James L Carter: Catalyst regeneration procedure. Exxon Research and Engineering Company, J E Luecke, A Jay Simon, February 17, 1976: US03939062 (21 worldwide citation)

Supported iridium-containing hydrocarbon conversion catalysts which are at least partially deactivated due to the deposition of carbonaceous residues thereon during contact with hydrocarbons are regenerated by contacting the catalyst, prior to contact with oxygen at elevated temperature, with a chlo ...


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Bruce R Cook, Paul J Berlowitz, Robert J Wittenbrink: Diesel additive for improving cetane, lubricity, and stability. Exxon Research and Engineering Company, Jay Simon, September 29, 1998: US05814109 (21 worldwide citation)

A process for producing additive compositions, especially via a Fischer-Tropsch reaction, useful for improving the cetane number or lubricity, or both the cetane number and lubricity, of a mid-distillate, diesel fuel. In producing the additive, the product of a Fischer-Tropsch reaction is separated ...


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Charles H Mauldin: Preparation of high activity catalysts the catalysts and their use. Exxon Research and Engineering Company, Jay Simon, January 26, 1999: US05863856 (21 worldwide citation)

A process for the preparation of a catalyst useful for conducting carbon monoxide hydrogenation reactions, especially a Fischer-Tropsch catalyst, use of the catalyst for conducting such reactions, especially Fischer-Tropsch reactions, and the composition produced by said process. In the preparation ...



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