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Lee G Meyer, Gerald F Cavaliere: Co-generation system for co-producing clean, coal-based fuels and electricity. Carbon Fuels Corporation, Lee G Meyer, July 21, 1992: US05132007 (99 worldwide citation)

A method for preparing coal-derived fuel compositions while simultaneously producing electricity by utilizing a novel co-generation configuration employing the hydrodisproportionation of coal. Hydrodisproportionation is the short residence time decomposition and volatilization of coal to produce liq ...


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Lee G Meyer, Gerald F Cavaliere: Method for refining coal utilizing short residence time hydrocracking with selective condensation to produce a slate of value-added co-products. Carbon Fuels Corporation, Lee G Meyer, August 31, 1993: US05240592 (21 worldwide citation)

This invention generally relates to refining coal by fluidized hydrocracking employing short residence time volatilization and decomposition of the coal feedstock, with subsequent selective condensation and hydrostabilization without utilization of external hydrogen, that is, hydrogen other than tha ...


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Edmond G Meyer, Lee G Meyer, Gerald F Cavaliere: Method of refining coal by hydrodisproportionation. Carbon Fuels Corporation, Lee G Meyer, May 23, 1989: US04832831 (18 worldwide citation)

Volatile, carbonaceous material is refined by hydrodisproportionation to produce a slate of co-products by heating the carbonaceous material in the presence of hydrogen donor rich reducing atmosphere and quenching the reaction vapor produced. The slate of co-products includes a fluidic, combustible ...


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Edmond G Meyer, Lee G Meyer, Gerald F Cavaliere: Utilization of low rank and waste coals in transportable fluidic fuel systems. Carbon Fuels Corporation, Lee G Meyer, June 27, 1989: US04842615 (17 worldwide citation)

Low rank coals, waste coals and peat are refined by hydrodisproportionation to produce a slate of co-products by heating these materials in the presence of hydrogen donor rich reducing atmosphere and quenching the reaction vapor produced. The slate of co-products includes a fluidic, combustible non- ...


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Edmond G Meyer, Lee G Meyer, Gerald F Cavaliere: Method of varying rheology characteristics of novel coal derived fuel system. Carbon Fuels Corporation, Lee G Meyer, November 29, 1988: US04787915 (10 worldwide citation)

The rheology of a fluidic, substantially combustible non-polluting liquid/solid slurried fuel system derived in substantial part from hydrodisproportionation of coal is varied by addition of fluidic aqueous mixtures and lower chain alcohols to alter the rheology of the mixture and reduce the thermal ...


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Lee G Meyer, Gerald F Cavaliere: Method of refining coal by catalyzed short residence time hydrodisproportionation to form a novel coal-derived fuel system. Carbon Fuels Corporation, Lee G Meyer, May 5, 1992: US05110452 (8 worldwide citation)

This invention generally relates to a catalyzed short residence time decomposition and volatilization of coal to produce liquid co-products while minimizing production of char and gas without utilization of external hydrogen, that is, hydrogen other than that contained in the coal feedstock. The inv ...


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Lee G Meyer, Gerald F Cavaliere: Method of refining coal by short residence time partial liquefaction to produce petroleum substitutes and chemical feedstocks. Carbon Fuels Corporation, Lee G Meyer, June 4, 1991: US05021148 (7 worldwide citation)

This invention generally relates to short residence time decomposition and volatilization of coal to produce liquid co-products, including petroleum substitutes and chemical feedstocks, while minimizing production of char and gas without utilization of external hydrogen, that is, hydrogen other than ...


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Lee G Meyer, Gerald F Cavaliere: Method for increasing liquid yields from short residence time hydropyrolysis processes. Carbon Fuels Corporation, Lee G Meyer, March 30, 1993: US05198103 (7 worldwide citation)

This invention generally relates a method for increasing the quantity and quality of hydrocarbon liquids derived from the short residence time decomposition and volatilization of coal. The invention more particularly relates to an improved method of economically producing uniform, fluidic, oil-type ...


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Lee G Meyer, Bruce C Sudduth, Gerald F Cavaliere: Method of refining coal by short residence time hydrodisproportionation to form a novel coal derived fuel system. Carbon Fuels Corporation, Lee G Meyer, July 3, 1990: US04938782 (3 worldwide citation)

This invention generally relates to short residence time decomposition and volatilization of coal to produce liquid co-products while minimizing production of char and gas without utilization of external hydrogen, that is, hydrogen other than that contained in the coal feedstock. The invention more ...


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Lee G Meyer, Gerald F Cavaliere: Method of refining coal by short residence time hydrodisproportionation to co-produce coal-based petroleum substitutes and methanol. Carbon Fuels Corporation, Lee G Meyer, November 20, 1990: US04971683 (3 worldwide citation)

This invention generally relates to co-production of petroleum substitutes, chemical feedstocks and methanol, while minimizing production of char and gas without utilization of external hydrogen, that is, hydrogen other than that contained in the coal feedstock. The invention more particularly relat ...



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