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Enis Ben M, Lieberman Paul: An improved method of transporting and storing wind generated energy using a pipeline. Enis Ben M, Lieberman Paul, SHIMAZAKI J John, August 9, 2007: WO/2007/089872 (35 worldwide citation)

Wind turbine based power generation and storage system network and method wherein potential energy is stored as compressed air. A high-pressure pneumatic pipeline system is employed to link remote wind farms. The pipelines are located on the desert floor and adjacent railroad beds. The compressed ai ...


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Enis Ben M, Lieberman Paul: Desalination method and system using a continuous helical slush removal system. Enis Ben M, Lieberman Paul, SHIMAZAKI J John, January 31, 2008: WO/2008/013870 (16 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a desalination method and system that uses freeze crystallization technology that incorporates the use of compressed air energy as the source for freezing temperatures. When compressed air is released by a turbo expander, chilled air is produced as a by-product, wherein the ...


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Enis Ben M, Lieberman Paul: Desalination method and system using compressed air energy systems. Enis Ben M, Lieberman Paul, SHIMAZAKI J John, October 25, 2007: WO/2007/120525 (16 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a desalination method and system that uses freeze crystallization technology that incorporates the use of compressed air energy as the source for freezing temperatures. When compressed air is released by a turbo expander, chilled air is produced as a by-product, wherein the ...


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Ben M Enis, Lieberman Paul: Storing and using energy to reduce the end-user cost. Ben M Enis, Lieberman Paul, SHIMAZAKI J John, May 6, 2005: WO/2005/041326 (5 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to an energy storing method and apparatus for use by end-users of energy, such as commercial property owners and operators. The system differs from past systems, insofar as it is not intended to be used by and in connection with energy suppliers, such as large utility and power ...


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Lochtefeld Thomas J: Method and apparatus for storing and transporting portable stationary sheet flow water rides. Lochtefeld Thomas J, SHIMAZAKI J John, May 22, 2009: WO/2009/064447 (1 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a portable water ride having a trailer with a water catch basin built therein, wherein at least two pivoting supports are provided which can be deployed to an expanded position and stowed to a vertical position. When the supports are deployed, a flexible ride surface can be ...


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LOCHTEFELD Thomas J: [fr] DIVISEUR DÉCOULEMENT POUR TOURS AQUATIQUES À ÉCOULEMENT EN NAPPE, [en] FLOW DIVIDER FOR SHEET FLOW WATER RIDES. LOCHTEFELD Thomas J, SHIMAZAKI J John, May 30, 2013: WO/2013/078443 (1 worldwide citation)

[en] The invention relates to a flow divider for a sheet flow water ride having an inclined ride surface capable of dividing it into two or more sections, wherein more than one rider can then safely ride on the water ride at the same time. The water ride preferably comprises an inclined ride surface ...


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Sanders R Gene: Safety excess flow valve system with adjustable closing flow rate settings. Sanders Valve, Sanders R Gene, SHIMAZAKI J John, October 8, 1998: WO/1998/044283

The present invention relates to an excess flow valve system having a sliding poppet (11) within a chamber with an orifice at one end, wherein the closing flow rate settings can be adjusted. Precise adjustments can be made externally by turning a threaded member extending through the valve, which ca ...


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Johnson James E: Convertible visor/cap with a plurality of crown supports. Johnson James E, SHIMAZAKI J John, May 23, 2002: WO/2002/039838

The present invention relates to a convertible visor/cap (1), which can be converted from a cap to a visor, and vice verse, having a fixed frontal crown portion and a folding crown membrane supported by a plurality of hinged support members (17, 19). The visor/cap preferably has a forwardly extendin ...


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Lochtefeld Thomas J: Method and apparatus for a wave pools. Lochtefeld Thomas J, SHIMAZAKI J John, May 23, 2002: WO/2002/039862

The invention relates to a wave pool (1) wherein a portion of the floor (3) and/or beach (14) is provided with a grated section (21). With the grated section (21) extending along the beach, the grates (21) will allow water to pass into a cavity (33), wherein backflows are eliminated and rip currents ...


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Lochtefeld Thomas J, Sauerbier Charles E: Moving reef wave generator. Lochtefeld Thomas J, Sauerbier Charles E, SHIMAZAKI J John, June 26, 2003: WO/2003/051479

The invention relates to a wave generating system comprising a wave generator (1) that travels along the surface of a body of water, and preferably in the middle thereof, wherein the wave generator (1) can create both primary and secondary waves that travel toward the shore. The primary waves are in ...



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