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Joseph L Feimer, Tan Jen Chen, Dean L Smith Jr, Donald T Bray, Deborah de la Cruz: Spiral wound element for separation. Exxon Research & Engineering Co, Joseph J Allocca, January 4, 1994: US05275726 (103 worldwide citation)

An improved spiral wound element for separations is disclosed wherein the improvement comprises using as the feed/retentate space one or more layers of a material having an open cross-sectional area in the range 30 to 70% and as the permeate spacer material at least three layers of material two of w ...


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Ian A Cody, James D Bell, Theodore H West, William A Wachter, Biddanda U Achia: Method for isomerizing wax to lube base oils. Exxon Research and Engineering Company, Joseph J Allocca, October 22, 1991: US05059299 (78 worldwide citation)

Slack waxes and synthetic wax are isomerized and processed into high viscosity index and very low pour point lube base stock oils and blending stocks by the process comprising the steps of hydrotreating the wax, if necessary, to remove heteroatom and polynuclear aromatic compounds and/or deoiling th ...


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David Leslie Andrew, Brian Leslie Slack: Manufacturing method for the production of polyalphaolefin based synthetic greases (LAW500). Exxon Research and Engineering Company, Joseph J Allocca, July 21, 1998: US05783531 (77 worldwide citation)

A method is disclosed for improving the thickener yield in soap thickened polyalphaolefin base oil greases comprising the steps of (a) producing a simple or complex soap thickener in a quantity of a first PAO of viscosity lower than that of the base oil component in the final grease composition to p ...


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Robert P Cahn: Thermal energy storage by means of reversible heat pumping. Exxon Research & Engineering Co, Joseph J Allocca, May 16, 1978: US04089744 (73 worldwide citation)

A method is described for storing the offpeak electrical output of an electricity generating plant in the form of heat by using it to raise the temperature level of a quantity of stored heat retention material and recalling said stored heat during periods of peak power demand in the form of electric ...


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Robert P Cahn, Edward W Nicholson: Thermal energy storage by means of reversible heat pumping utilizing industrial waste heat. Exxon Research & Engineering Co, Joseph J Allocca, September 5, 1978: US04110987 (66 worldwide citation)

An improved process for storing the off-peak electrical output of an electricity generating plant in the form of heat by using said off-peak electrical output to raise the temperature level of a quantity of stored low vapor pressure thermal energy retention material and recalling said stored heat du ...


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William J Asher, Hsue C Tsien: Liquid membrane generator. Exxon Research & Engineering Co, E A Forzano, Joseph J Allocca, May 6, 1980: US04201691 (62 worldwide citation)

An apparatus is disclosed for generating a multiple phase dispersion and distributing said multiple phase dispersion as globules in a suspension phase. The apparatus comprises a conduit for introducing a first fluid under pressure into a first zone including a porous fluid dispersing layer. This fir ...


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Robert C Schucker, Charles P Darnell, Mahmoud M Hafez: Hollow fiber module using fluid flow control baffles. Exxon Research and Engineering Company, Joseph J Allocca, December 8, 1992: US05169530 (59 worldwide citation)

Hollow fiber membrane separation elements are improved with respect to fluid flow and contacting by dividing the bundle of hollow membrane fibers in the element into discrete sub-bundles by use of baffles in the module.


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Donald Mintz, Cyrus A Irani: Shear thickening well control fluid. Exxon Research & Engineering Co, Joseph J Allocca, David H Vickrey, July 5, 1983: US04391925 (55 worldwide citation)

The instant invention is directed to shear thickening fluids which comprise a water swellable clay capable of rapidly forming a paste having a strength of at least 2000 lbs/100 ft.sup.2 upon interaction with the aqueous phase employed and present in sufficient concentration to form such a paste, a n ...


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Stephen J Hsia: External catalyst rejuvenation system for the hydrocarbon synthesis process. Exxon Research & Engineering Company, Joseph J Allocca, November 9, 1993: US05260239 (48 worldwide citation)

Catalyst which has become deactivated during a hydrocarbon synthesis (HCS) process is reactivated - rejuvenated using an external reactivation - rejuvenation vessel resulting in a multiple HCS reaction - catalyst rejuvenation reactor vessel design. Flow of the catalyst is synthesis product slurry fr ...


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Ronald Damian Myers, John Brenton MacLeod, Mainak Ghosh, Tapan Chakrabarty: Producing pipelineable bitumen. ExxonMobil Research and Engineering Company, Joseph J Allocca, August 21, 2001: US06277269 (47 worldwide citation)

A bitumen is rendered pipelineable by partially hydroconverting the bitumen and then adding sufficient diluent to the partially hydroconverted bitumen to provide a mixture having an API gravity at 15° C. of at least 19° and a viscosity at 40° C. in the range of about 35 to about 60 cP.