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Frank W Anders, Joseph C Herring, Douglas A White: LIMIS systems, devices and methods. Intelli Tech Corporation, Joseph C Herring, April 7, 1987: US04656463 (421 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to LIMIS systems, devices and methods. Specifically, it relates to the attachment of passive transceivers which can be altered or coded, erased and recoded to various items as "tags", and the use of active transceivers of various types for Location, Identification, measurement ...


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Frank W Anders, Joseph C Herring, Douglas A White: Manufacturing monitoring and control systems. Intelli Tech Corporation, Joseph C Herring, May 2, 1989: US04827395 (278 worldwide citation)

A system for controlling manufacturing systems having workstations and tools using a Limis system to operate the controllers for the tools. Limis systems use an active transceiver (AT) and one or more passive transceivers (PT). The PT's are attached to the moving parts of the tools, the raw material ...


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John B Hayes, Gerald W Haws, William B Gogarty: Water-in-oil microemulsion drilling fluids. Marathon Oil Company, Joseph C Herring, Jack L Hummel, March 15, 1977: US04012329 (63 worldwide citation)

An oil-external microemulsion drilling fluid having a wide range of tolerance for salinity, having good gel strength and low fluid loss characteristics, and also obtained by mixing about 1% to about 30% of a sodium petroleum sulfonate having an average equivalent weight within the range of about 350 ...


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Nicholaki A Andon, Robert I Fleece: Intermittent catalyst addition system. Marathon Oil Company, Joseph C Herring, Jack L Hummel, April 4, 1978: US04082513 (33 worldwide citation)

Catalyst, e.g., for a fluid catalytic cracker, is added automatically by a system consisting of an addition hopper which is periodically fed by gravity from a storage hopper, sealed off from the supply, and then pressurized with air to discharge its contents to the carrier gas line feeding the hydro ...


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Arthur L Larsen 2070 S Lafayette: Process for regenerating resins of deionization system. Joseph C Herring, Richard C Wilson Jr, Jack L Hummel, September 12, 1972: US3691109 (32 worldwide citation)

A weak acid resin which is exhausted by contact with bases is regenerated by contact with carbonic acid formed by introducing carbon dioxide into water under a pressure of from 100 to 300 psi. The carbonic acid is capable of regenerating the sodium form of the weak acid resin. The sodium bicarbonate ...


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Perry A Argabright, John S Rhudy, Brian L Phillips: Method of improving injectivity profiles and/or vertical conformance in heterogeneous formations. Marathon Oil Company, Joseph C Herring, Jack L Hummel, July 4, 1978: US04098337 (31 worldwide citation)

Improved injectivity profiles and/or vertical conformance in flooding heterogeneous formations containing high permeability zones is obtained by injecting an aqueous polyacrylamide solution and an aqueous formaldehyde solution into the formation and allowing the polyacrylamide to react with the form ...


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Sharon K Haddock: All weather soft-sided carrier system. Joseph C Herring, January 5, 1988: US04716947 (29 worldwide citation)

A weather-resistant carrier is made up of a non-waterproof bag and waterproof accessories. The accessories are a bottom container, a cap, and a sheath with handles similar to those of the bag covering a major portion of the sides of the bag. One or all may be connected directly to the bag. Preferabl ...


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Nicholaki A Andon, Robert I Fleece: Intermittent catalyst addition system. Marathon Oil Company, Joseph C Herring, Jack L Hummel, April 19, 1977: US04018671 (28 worldwide citation)

Catalyst, e.g., for a fluid catalytic cracker, is added automatically by a system consisting of an addition hopper which is periodically fed by gravity from a storage hopper, sealed off from the supply, and then pressurized with air to discharge its contents to the carrier gas line feeding the hydro ...


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Gerald W Haws, Joseph L Rael, John S Rhudy: Well stimulation process. Marathon Oil Company, Joseph C Herring, Richard C Willson, Jack L Hummel, January 19, 1971: US3556221 (27 worldwide citation)

Reduced permeabilities in the vicinity of a well bore caused by polymer solution deposits are improved by introducing into the well bore an aqueous solution having a pH greater than about 8 and containing sodium hypochlorite. 7 Claims, No Drawings


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William E Wright: Liquid/solid separation unit. Joseph C Herring, January 29, 1991: US04988427 (24 worldwide citation)

The flow of alternating current electrical power between electrode(s) and ground electrode(s) in contact with a working fluid is utilized in separating materials within the working fluid and to agitate the working fluid and separate contaminants within the fluid. The systems can be tubular or box-li ...