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Armand A Gregoli, Andrew M Olah, John A Hamshar, Daniel P Rimmer: Converting heavy hydrocarbons into lighter hydrocarbons using ultrasonic reactor. Canadian Occidental Petroleum, John Wade Carpenter, May 5, 1992: US05110443 (44 worldwide citation)

A process for converting heavy hydrocarbons into lighter hydrocarbons. The process comprises forming an oil-in-aqueous phase emulsion and feeding the formed emulsion into an ultrasonic reactor wherein heavy hydrocarbons are converted into lighter hydrocarbons.


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J F Hawkins: Motorized carrying cart and method for transporting. John Wade Carpenter, February 28, 1989: US04807716 (40 worldwide citation)

A motorized carrying cart having a pan bracket, and a plurality of wheels for supporting the carrying cart. A battery is positioned in a battery recess of the pan bracket. A pair of upright brackets is secured to the pan bracket. A handle support bar extends through and protrudes from an aperture of ...


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Charles H Stewart: Method for exploring for hydrocarbons utilizing three dimensional modeling of thermal anomalies. Swift Energy Company, John Wade Carpenter, June 14, 1994: US05321612 (37 worldwide citation)

A method for exploring and finding a subterranean hydrocarbon reservoir by modeling of temperature and/or thermal anomalies within a geologic volume of the earth's crust. The geologic volume is subdivided into a plurality of laterally disposed and aligned, and vertically disposed and aligned, volume ...


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Leo P Cawley, Steven A Bryant, Barbara J Minard: On-line plasma modification means. John Wade Carpenter, February 2, 1988: US04722790 (35 worldwide citation)

A pliable compressible, liquid impervious bag having at least one integral part with a bag hole extending entirely therethrough. The bag includes a structure defining a bag aperture for communicating with the inside of the bag. A plurality of beads is positioned in the bag, and the beads are covalen ...


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Eric M Withjack: Collapsible mobile solar energy power source. Cities Service Company, Robert H Sproule, George L Rushton, John Wade Carpenter, June 5, 1984: US04452234 (34 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for collecting solar energy and converting it to electrical energy utilizing solar panels pivotally mounted to a base such that the panels may be pivoted to a storage position inside said base. Additional solar panels may be pivotally mounted on retractable frame trays which stow inside ...


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Fred L Coslett: Collapsible sun shade and improved method for shielding the sun. John Wade Carpenter, April 21, 1992: US05105867 (34 worldwide citation)

A collapsible sun shade having plural pleated blades consecutively joined in series to form a serrated shape with an upper blade mounted within a hollow housing and a lower blade secured to a plate member. A constant force spring plate is resiliently wound around a spring spool member and further en ...


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Merrill K Gordon Jr: Heat recovery apparatus and an improved heat recovery method. John Wade Carpenter, September 20, 1994: US05347958 (32 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for recovering heat, and a flue gas recovery and/or recirculation and/or induced draft apparatus for boilers. The apparatus for recovering heat may be used in combination with the flue gas recovery and/or recirculation and/or induced draft apparatus for boilers. The flue gas recovery an ...


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Andrew M Olah: Surfactant requirements for the low-shear formation of water continuous emulsions from heavy crude oil. Canadian Occidental Petroleum, John Wade Carpenter, March 19, 1991: US05000872 (31 worldwide citation)

A process for the preparation of low-viscosity improved stable crude oil transport emulsions. The process comprises producing a hydrocarbon crude, and mixing the produced hydrocarbon crude with an emulsifying composition(s) which contains water and is capable of assisting the formation of an oil-in- ...


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Fred L Coslett: Collapsible sun shade and method for shielding the sun. John Wade Carpenter, November 26, 1991: US05067541 (30 worldwide citation)

A collapsible sun shade having plural pleated blades consecutively joined in series to form a serrated shape with an upper blade mounted within a hollow housing and a lower blade secured to a plate member. A coiled spring plate is resiliently wound around a spool member which is rotatably mounted wi ...