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Herbert Edward Reinhold III, Kent S Knaebel, Mark Huber, David R King: Separation of gases by pressure swing adsorption. Nitrotec Corporation, Cammarata & Grandinetti, August 11, 1998: US05792239 (40 worldwide citation)

A natural gas feed stream containing significant quantities of nitrogen and/or carbon dioxide can be increased to a content of greater than 95 percent by volume of natural gas, and preferably greater than about 98 percent, by passing the natural gas feed stream sequentially through three adsorbent b ...


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Mark Huber, Philip Robare: Method of handling context during scaling with a map display. Navigation Technologies, Jon D Shutter, Frank J Kozak, Lawrence M Kaplan, November 18, 2003: US06650326 (36 worldwide citation)

A method for displaying a zooming operation on a display screen of a computing platform. The method includes retrieving data from a geographic data storage system, possibly located on another system, displaying a starting image that shows geographic features at a first scale with a first level of de ...


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Herbert W Reinhold III, Mark Huber, David R King: Pressure swing system with auxiliary adsorbent bed. Nitrotec Corporation, Cammarata & Grandinetti, May 25, 1999: US05906673 (32 worldwide citation)

The invention is a pressure swing adsorption system. The pressure swing adsorption system has a plurality of primary adsorbent beds and at least one secondary adsorbent bed. The feed gas stream is flowed to a primary adsorbent bed loaded with an adsorbent that will preferentially adsorb certain comp ...


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Mark Huber, Philip Robare: Method of handling context during scaling with a display. Navteq North America, Jon D Shutter, Frank J Kozak, Lawrence M Kaplan, April 4, 2006: US07023456 (8 worldwide citation)

A method for displaying a zooming operation on a display screen of a computing platform. The method includes retrieving data from a geographic data storage system, possibly located on another system, displaying a starting image that shows geographic features at a first scale with a first level of de ...


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Mark Huber: Adjusting contrast in an optical system. Disney Enterprises, Greenberg Traurig, Margo Maddux, Neer Gupta Esq, June 13, 2006: US07061680 (1 worldwide citation)

An improved object projection system provides an observer with a surrounding background that has adjustable contrast levels relative to an object. A transmissive polarizer and a reflective polarizer change relative orientations. The change in orientation causes the level of light passing through the ...


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Mark Huber: Disappearing and appearing image of an object. Disney Enterprises, Greenberg Traurig, September 2, 2008: US07420732 (1 worldwide citation)

A process for making a real image of an object appear or disappear to an observer is disclosed. A real image projection system displays a real image of an object. A first polarizer and a second polarizer are utilized to control the appearance and the disappearance of the real image of the object to ...


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Tom Bugler, Jean Pierre Libert, Mark Huber: Mini-tube air cooled industrial steam condenser. Evapco, Whiteford Taylor & Preston, Peter J Davis, July 17, 2018: US10024600

Large scale field erected air cooled industrial steam condenser having 10 heat exchanger bundles per cell arranged in five pairs in a V-shape, each heat exchanger bundle having four primary heat exchangers and four secondary heat exchangers in which each secondary heat exchanger is paired with a sin ...


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Mark Huber: Adjusting contrast in an optical system. Att Robert E Kasody Esq, Greenberg Traurig, December 23, 2004: US20040257788-A1

An improved object projection system provides an observer with a surrounding background that has adjustable contrast levels relative to an object. A transmissive polarizer and a reflective polarizer change relative orientations. The change in orientation causes the level of light passing through the ...


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Mark Huber, Philip Robare: Method of handling context during scaling with a display. Navigation Technologies, March 25, 2004: US20040056861-A1

A method for displaying a zooming operation on a display screen of a computing platform. The method includes retrieving data from a geographic data storage system, possibly located on another system, displaying a starting image that shows geographic features at a first scale with a first level of de ...


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Mark Huber: Disappearing and appearing image of an object. The Walt Disney Company, C O Greenberg Traurig, December 29, 2005: US20050286129-A1

A process for making a real image of an object appear or disappear to an observer is disclosed. A real image projection system displays a real image of an object. A first polarizer and a second polarizer are utilized to control the appearance and the disappearance of the real image of the object to ...