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Daniels Douglas Williams: Brush seals. Rolls-Royce, December 24, 1987: FR2600381-A1

UN PROBLEME ESSENTIEL RENCONTRE AVEC LES JOINTS D'ETANCHEITE A BALAIS EST LA MANIERE D'EMPECHER, EN UTILISATION, LEUR ROTATION PAR RAPPORT A L'ELEMENT DANS LEQUEL ILS SONT LOGES. LA PRESENTE INVENTION RESOUD CE PROBLEME EN FOURNISSANT UNE CAPSULE 10 DANS LAQUELLE UN OU PLUSIEURS JOINTS D'ETANCHEITE ...


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CUMMING DAVID BRUCE, DOUGLAS WILLIAMS SAUNDERS: [en] Improvements in and appertaining to Feed Water Heaters.. CUMMING DAVID BRUCE, DOUGLAS WILLIAMS SAUNDERS, January 27, 1910: GB190902164-A

[en] 2164. Cumming, D. B., and Douglas, W. S. Jan. 29. Feed-water, heating by direct contact with superheated steam. A feedwater-heater A within the steam space of a boiler consists of a central vessel B and two side vessels C provided with baffles I. Steam from the boiler passes through a superheat ...


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Paul Douglas Williams: Extraction zone for solid fuel burner. Paul Douglas Williams, LU NING BAO GUANQIAN, November 5, 1986: CN85109078

A solid fuel burner is provided with a primary combustion chamber 2 which can contain and gasify the burnable fuel. The bottom of the primary combustion chamber 2 and a secondary combustion chamber 8 is connected together by a conical pumping area in principle facing upwards through a top area 42; t ...


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Paul Douglas Williams, Gerald David Williams: Grate structure for solid fuel burners. Harness Dickey & Pierce, August 19, 2004: US20040159269-A1

In one aspect, a grate segment for a burner, comprises a substantially rigid body (30) having a dispersed array of cavities (38) filled with a refractory material. In another aspect, a solid fuel gasifier includes a housing (12) defining a gasifier chamber (14), and a solid fuel inlet (21), grate st ...


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Paul Douglas Williams: Refractory wall structure and damper device. Harness Dickey & Pierce, May 20, 2004: US20040094078-A1

This invention relates generally to high temperature burners such as a solid fuel burner of the type commonly referred to as a gasifier or gasifier combustor. The invention includes a refractory wall structure having an array of tubular members. Refractory material is arranged about the tubular memb ...


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Douglas Williams: Multi-color brush handle. Bao Sheng Corporation, James E Bradley, Bracewell & Patterson, March 10, 2005: US20050050662-A1

A cosmetic brush has a multi-colored brush handle that contains various chambers that are capable of receiving a colored material. The colored material can be a colored epoxy resin, a colored pipette, or combinations thereof. The brush handle can be made of polystyrene so that the brush handle is tr ...


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Timothy P Farley, John M Hammer, Bryan Douglas Williams, Philip Charles Brass, George C Young, Derek John Mezack: Method and system for managing computer security information. Internet Security Systems, King & Spalding, November 23, 2006: US20060265746-A1

A security management system includes a fusion engine which “fuses” or assembles information from multiple data sources and analyzes this information in order to detect relationships between raw events that may indicate malicious behavior and to provide an organized presentation of information to co ...


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Thomas Gerard Shannon, Peiguang Zhou, Shiming Zhuang, Gary Douglas Williams, Nagabhusan Senapati: High speed, pressure bonded, thin sheet laminate. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Kimberly Clark Worldwide, April 26, 2007: US20070093157-A1

A web article (28) includes at least a first fibrous layer (36) laminated with a first facing surface (72) of at least one polymer film layer (38). The first fibrous layer can include a first quantity of cellulosic fibers. The first fibrous layer and the at least one polymer film layer have been con ...


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John Yaw Ofori, Eric James Pressman, Kirill Vladimirovich Shalyaev, Eric Douglas Williams, Richard Anthony Battista: Process for the production of diaryl carbonates. General Electric Company, Crd Patent Docket Room 4a59, June 20, 2002: US20020077495-A1

A process for catalytic production of diaryl carbonates by oxidative carbonylation of aromatic hydroxy compounds with carbon monoxide and oxygen achieves water removal during reaction by a process comprising the steps of: removing a liquid stream from a reaction vessel by transferring the stream to ...


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John Yaw Ofori, Eric James Pressman, Kirill Vladimirovich Shalyaev, Eric Douglas Williams, Richard Anthony Battista: Process for the production of diaryl carbonates. General Electric Company, General Electric Company, Crd Patent Docket Room 4a59, June 20, 2002: US20020077496-A1

A process for catalytic production of diaryl carbonates by oxidative carbonylation of aromatic hydroxy compounds with carbon monoxide and oxygen achieves water removal during reaction by a process comprising the steps of: removing a liquid stream from an oxidative carbonylation reaction mixture in a ...