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Leon Breckenridge: Anaerobic digester system. Stratton Ballew PLLC, October 2, 2001: US06296766 (22 worldwide citation)

A method for an anaerobic digester system is provided that employs a cumulative data base to better monitor and control the anaerobic process, as compared with conventional anaerobic digester systems. The method includes the storing and ensiling of a feedstock, preferably a biomass, to form a digest ...


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Leon Breckenridge: Balanced draft vent system for kiln. U S Natural Resources, Robert L Harrington, December 14, 1993: US05269076 (14 worldwide citation)

A balanced draft vent system for a lumber kiln is shown and described wherein external and internal air pressure differential is taken into account in conjunction with internal humidity measurement in providing a balanced volumetric exchange of cool moisture laden air exiting the kiln and ambient ai ...


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Leon Breckenridge: Method and apparatus for regulating drying kiln air flow. Patrick Michael Dwyer, November 27, 1990: US04972604 (10 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for regulating drying kiln airflow by disposing within drying kiln wall 1 one or more inflatable baffle bags, such as top bag 10, bottom bag 20, side bags 30, or end bags 40. Inflated baffle bags engage a stack of product 2 in such a way that drying airflow directed through th ...


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Leon Breckenridge: Moving bed biofilter and condenser for flue gas pollutant removal and collection. Sratton Ballew PLLC, September 12, 2000: US06117672 (7 worldwide citation)

A system for removing particulate, sulfur dioxide, nitrogenous oxides and other condensables from the flue gas of a coal, lignite, or other solid fuel combustor. The system can combine biomass filtration, anaerobic digestion, steam absorption refrigeration, and heat exchangers to minimize parasitic ...


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Leon Breckenridge: Method for regulating drying kiln air flow. Patrick Michael Dwyer, September 24, 1991: US05050314 (7 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for regulating drying kiln airflow by disposing within drying kiln walls 1 one or more inflatable baffle bags, such as top bag 10, bottom bag 20, side bags 30, or end bags 40. Inflated baffle bags engage a stack of product 2 in such a way that drying airflow directed through t ...