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Karen Buechler
Alan W Weimer, Jaimee K Dahl, Allan A Lewandowski, Carl Bingham, Karen J Raska Buechler, Willy Grothe: Solar-thermal fluid-wall reaction processing. Regents of the University of Colorado, Midwest Research Institute, Greenlee Winner and Sullivan P C, April 25, 2006: US07033570 (54 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a method for carrying out high temperature thermal dissociation reactions requiring rapid-heating and short residence times using solar energy. In particular, the present invention provides a method for carrying out high temperature thermal reactions such as dissociati ...


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Karen Buechler
Alan W Weimer, Jaimee K Dahl, Allan A Lewandowski, Carl Bingham, Karen J Raska Buechler, Willy Grothe: Solar-thermal reaction processing. The Regents of the University of Colorado a body corporate, Alliance for Substainable Energy, Snell & Wilmer L, March 18, 2014: US08673035

In an embodiment, a method of conducting a high temperature chemical reaction that produces hydrogen or synthesis gas is described. The high temperature chemical reaction is conducted in a reactor having at least two reactor shells, including an inner shell and an outer shell. Heat absorbing particl ...


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Karen Buechler
Alan W Weimer, Jaimee K Dahl, Allan A Lewandowski, Carl Bingham, Karen J Raska Buechler, Willy Grothe: Solar-thermal fluid-wall reaction processing. Greenlee Winner And Sullivan P C, October 2, 2003: US20030182861-A1

The present invention provides a method for carrying out high temperature thermal dissociation reactions requiring rapid-heating and short residence times using solar energy. In particular, the present invention provides a method for carrying out high temperature thermal reactions such as dissociati ...


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Karen Buechler
Alan W Weimer, Jaimee K Dahl, Allan A Lewandowski, Carl Bingham, Karen J Raska Buechler, Willy Grothe: Solar-thermal reaction processing. Regents Of The The University Of Colorado, August 11, 2011: US20110193026-A1

In an embodiment, a method of conducting a high temperature chemical reaction that produces hydrogen or synthesis gas is described. The high temperature chemical reaction is conducted in a reactor having at least two reactor shells, including an inner shell and an outer shell. Heat absorbing particl ...


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Karen Buechler
Alan W Weimer, Jaimee K Dahl, Allan A Lewandowski, Carl Bingham, Karen J Raska Buechler, Willy Grothe: Solar-thermal fluid-wall reaction processing. Greenlee Winner And Sullivan P C, June 29, 2006: US20060140848-A1

The present invention provides a method for carrying out high temperature thermal dissociation reactions requiring rapid-heating and short residence times using solar energy. In particular, the present invention provides a method for carrying out high temperature thermal reactions such as dissociati ...


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Alan W Weimer, Jaimee K Dahl, J Roland Pitts, Allan A Lewandowski, Carl Bingham, Joseph R Tamburini: Solar thermal aerosol flow reaction process. Midwest Research Institute, Paul J White, March 29, 2005: US06872378 (21 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides an environmentally beneficial process using concentrated sunlight to heat radiation absorbing particles to carry out highly endothermic gas phase chemical reactions ultimately resulting in the production of hydrogen or hydrogen synthesis gases.


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Alan W Weimer, Jaimee K Dahl, J Roland Pitts, Allan A Lewandowski, Carl Bingham, Joseph R Tamburini: Solar thermal aerosol flow reaction process. Paul J White Senior Counsel, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, November 13, 2003: US20030208959-A1

The present invention provides an environmentally beneficial process using concentrated sunlight to heat radiation absorbing particles to carry out highly endothermic gas phase chemical reactions ultimately resulting in the production of hydrogen or hydrogen synthesis gases.



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