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Michelle Mary Felling, Charles W Morris, Robert J Butsch: Method to improve the quality of a formation fluid sample. Schlumberger Technology Corporation, John J Ryberg, Brigitte L Jeffery, Steven L Christian, January 30, 2001: US06178815 (77 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a method for improving the quality of a formation fluid sample by taking the sample at a time when the formation fluid composition contains the most favorable portion of hydrocarbons. This task is accomplished by determining in real-time, the composition of the fluid f ...


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Michelle M Felling, Charles W Morris, Robert J Butsch: Method to improve the quality of a formation fluid sample. Schlumberger Technology Corporation, John J Ryberg, Steven L Christian, JL, February 5, 2002: US06343507 (67 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a method for improving the quality of a formation fluid sample by taking the sample at a time when the formation fluid composition contains the most favorable portion of hydrocarbons. This task is accomplished by determining in real-time, the composition of the fluid f ...


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Donald C Harbon, Charles W Morris, Cleve D Javine: Wellbore pressure testing method and apparatus. Phillips Petroleum Company, February 24, 1981: US04252015 (45 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for sensing the pressure of a well fluid in a subsurface wellbore in which a first, elongated tubing is adapted to extend from the surface of the earth to a subsurface location at which the pressure is to be measured, a fluid receiving chamber is disposed on the lower end of the first t ...


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Charles W Morris: Patient conveyance device. Walker McKenzie & Walker, September 22, 1992: US05148559 (18 worldwide citation)

A patient conveyance device for transporting a patient between first and second locations. The patient conveyance device includes a frame having a first side, a second side, and a front joining the front ends of the first and second sides to one another; and patient seat structure for being supporte ...


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John F Vaeth, Charles W Morris: Detecting bypassed hydrocarbons in subsurface formations. Schlumberger Technology Corporation, John J Ryberg, Brigitte L Jeffery, December 21, 1999: US06005244 (10 worldwide citation)

A tool for use in analyzing a subsurface formation for the presence of hydrocarbon includes a neutron generator capable of generating a burst of neutrons at a high energy level, some of which will collide inelastically with atomic nuclei in the subsurface formation to produce inelastic gamma rays an ...


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Charles W Morris: Temperature-sensitive disarming element. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Navy, R Sciascia, R Beers, S Sheinbein, August 3, 1976: US03972289 (7 worldwide citation)

A temperature-sensitive disarming element for a warhead comprising a retang ring for the detonation-lead positioning cup. The retaining ring is made from a material whose characteristic is that its mechanical strength degrades rapidly at a temperature of about 250.degree.-300.degree.F. so that it pe ...


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Charles W Morris, Ronald E Terry: Method for permeability correction by in situ genesis of macroemulsions in hard brine. Phillips Petroleum Company, October 27, 1981: US04296811 (5 worldwide citation)

Sweep efficiency of a post-primary oil recovery process in an oil-bearing subterranean formation containing a high concentration of divalent ions such as Ca.sup.++ and Mg.sup.++ in the connate water is improved by injecting a surfactant system which forms a macroemulsion in situ so as to selectively ...


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Charles W Morris: Portable power shovel. Sherman and Shalloway, July 19, 1988: US04757622 (4 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to an improved portable power shovel including a shovel portion and a base portion. The shovel portion includes a handle which is to be gripped by the operator, a blade for digging and two hydraulic rams connected to the blade, a first of the rams being provided to reci ...


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Charles W Morris, Matthew A Rhodes: Efficient data acquisition for track databases. Lockheed Martin Corporation, DeMont & Breyer, December 6, 2011: US08073581 (4 worldwide citation)

An improved method of rail survey deploys feature identification tags along an inner edge of a train track rail. Each tag includes a unique identifier to identify a respective feature along the train track. Each tag includes a reflector to reflect light to a sensor on a track surveyor. The sensor re ...


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Charles W Morris: Validation of track databases. Lockheed Martin Corporation, DeMont & Breyer, August 14, 2012: US08244456 (2 worldwide citation)

Methods for validating track databases based on the contents of a geological database. The track database stores a piecewise-polynomial spline as a geometric representation of the track, along with offsets from spline points to represent the geo-locations of features on the track. After the computat ...