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Sebastian C Reyes, Jennifer S Feeley, Frank Hershkowitz, Harry W Deckman, Ioannis P Androulakis: Catalytic partial oxidation using staged oxygen addition. April 27, 2004: US06726850 (56 worldwide citation)

A multistage catalytic partial oxidation (CPO) process for oxidizing a hydrocarbon feedstream comprising C


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Jennifer S Feeley, Robert J Farrauto, Michel Deeba, Jordan K Lampert: Method for using a regenerable catalyzed trap. Engelhard Corporation, Theodore J Shatynski, August 11, 1998: US05792436 (42 worldwide citation)

A method of at least periodically removing from a lean gaseous stream a sorbable component such as SO.sub.x includes passing the gaseous stream through a trap member having an oxidation catalyst combined with a sorbent material at a temperature within the sorbing temperature range of the sorbent mat ...


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Robert J Farrauto, Jennifer S Feeley, Dianne O Simone, Yiu K Lui, Teresa Kennelly: Substrate configuration for catalytic combustion systems. Engelhard Corporation, Richard A Negin, September 3, 1996: US05552360 (27 worldwide citation)

A combustor for supporting the catalytic combustion of a gaseous carbonaceous fuel/air combustion mixture contains a catalyst zone in which is disposed a catalyst body comprising at least a first and a second catalyst member and further contains a downstream zone where homogeneous combustion occurs. ...


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Michel Deeba, Jennifer S Feeley, Robert J Farrauto: Lean NO.sub.x catalyst/trap method. Engelhard Corporation, Richard A Negin, Theodore J Shatynski, February 23, 1999: US05874057 (23 worldwide citation)

A NO.sub.x abatement composition comprises a NO.sub.x abatement catalyst and a NO.sub.x sorbent material which are dispersed in proximity to, but segregated from, each other on a common refractory carrier member (10). The NO.sub.x sorbent material comprises a basic oxygenated metal compound and opti ...


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Jennifer S Feeley, Michel Deeba, Robert J Farrauto, Dinh Dang: Trimetallic zeolite catalyst and method of NO.sub.x abatement using the same. Engelhard Corporation, Richard A Negin, July 7, 1998: US05776423 (23 worldwide citation)

A catalytic material useful for the abatement of NO.sub.X in a lean environment containing a zeolite material having incorporated therein copper, cobalt and iron as catalytically active species. The catalytically active metals are preferably incorporated into the zeolite by ion exchange and precipit ...


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Jennifer S Feeley, James C Fu, Matthew P Larkin, Dianne O Simone: Catalytic combustion system including a separator body. Engelhard Corporation, September 3, 1996: US05551239 (19 worldwide citation)

A combustor for supporting the catalytic combustion of gaseous carbonaceous fuel contains a catalyst zone in which is disposed a catalyst body comprising at least one catalyst member, a separator zone comprising a separator body and a downstream zone where homogeneous combustion occurs. The catalyst ...


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Jennifer S Feeley, James C Fu, Matthew P Larkin, Dianne O Simone: Catalytic combustion system including a separator body. Engelhard Corporation, April 22, 1997: US05622041 (16 worldwide citation)

A combustor for supporting the catalytic combustion of gaseous carbonaceous fuel contains a catalyst zone in which is disposed a catalyst body comprising at least one catalyst member, a separator zone comprising a separator body and a downstream zone where homogeneous combustion occurs. The catalyst ...


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Keith L Hohn, Lanny D Schmidt, Sebastian C Reyes, Jennifer S Feeley: Catalytic partial oxidation — particulate catalysts. ExxonMobil Research and Engineering Company, Charles J Brumlik, September 24, 2002: US06455597 (16 worldwide citation)

Catalytic partial oxidation is effected in the presence of a supported, Group VIII metal catalyst by reacting a light hydrocarbon with an oxygen containing gas, the catalyst support being in a preferred size range.


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Jennifer S Feeley, Dianne O Simone, Leonard M Quick, Martha M Hamil: Stabilized catalyst carrier and improved carrier configuration for catalytic combustion system. Engelhard Corporation, January 24, 1995: US05384300 (10 worldwide citation)

A catalyst member for use in processes for the catalytic combustion of gaseous carbonaceous fuels is made from a stabilized carrier having a plurality of gas flow passages extending therethrough defined by channel walls and a catalyst material disposed on the channel walls, wherein the carrier is st ...