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Kurt L Kornbluth, Michael G Norris: Gaseous fuel burner. DEKA Products Partnership, Michelle Saquet Temple, May 3, 2011: US07934926 (57 worldwide citation)

An ejector, such as a venturi, facilitates the delivery of gaseous fuel to the combustion chamber of a burner. A blower forces air through the ejector, and the air flow produces a suction that draws fuel from a fuel inlet to produce a fuel-air mixture. The amount of fuel drawn from the fuel inlet is ...


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Kenneth E Voss, Timothy D Wildman, Michael G Norris, Gary W Rice: System for reduction of harmful exhaust emissions from diesel engines. Engelhard Corporation, November 23, 1999: US05987882 (28 worldwide citation)

Methods and apparatus for reducing the TPM level of a diesel engine exhaust stream by providing a suitable oxidation catalyst into the exhaust train. The oxidation catalyst may be incorporated into a thermal insulative coating on the inner surface of the exhaust train, particularly the exhaust manif ...


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Kenneth E Voss, Timothy D Wildman, Michael G Norris, Gary W Rice, Anthony J Rotolico, Arthur J Fabel, Gerald L Kutner: System for reduction of harmful exhaust emissions from diesel engines. Engelhard Corporation, December 28, 1999: US06006516 (13 worldwide citation)

Methods and apparatus for reducing the TPM level of a diesel engine exhaust stream by providing a suitable oxidation catalyst into the exhaust train. The oxidation catalyst may be incorporated into a thermal insulative coating on the inner surface of the exhaust train, particularly the exhaust manif ...


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Kenneth E Voss, Timothy D Wildman, Michael G Norris, Gary W Rice: System for reduction of harmful exhaust emissions from diesel engines. Engelhard Corporation, Richard A Negin, July 23, 2002: US06422008 (13 worldwide citation)

Methods and apparatus for reducing the TPM level of a diesel engine exhaust stream by providing a suitable oxidation catalyst into the exhaust train. The oxidation catalyst may be incorporated into a thermal insulative coating on the inner surface of the exhaust train, particularly the exhaust manif ...


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Ryan K LaRocque, Christopher C Langenfeld, Michael G Norris, Stanley B Smith III, Jonathan M Strimling: Thermal improvements for an external combustion engine. New Power Concepts, Bromberg & Sunstein, December 18, 2007: US07308787 (11 worldwide citation)

An external combustion engine having an exhaust flow diverter for directing the flow of an exhaust gas. The external combustion engine has a heater head having a plurality of heater tubes through which a working fluid is heated by conduction. The exhaust flow diverter is a cylinder disposed around t ...


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Kenneth E Voss, Timothy D Wildman, Michael G Norris, Gary W Rice, Anthony J Rotolico, Arthur J Fabel, Gerald L Kutner: System for reduction of harmful exhaust emissions from diesel engines. Engelhard Corporation, Richard A Negin, July 10, 2001: US06256984 (10 worldwide citation)

Methods and apparatus for reducing the TPM level of a diesel engine exhaust stream by providing a suitable oxidation catalyst into the exhaust train. The oxidation catalyst may be incorporated into a thermal insulative coating on the inner surface of the exhaust train, particularly the exhaust manif ...


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Christopher C Langenfeld, Ryan Keith LaRocque, Angus A MacEachern, Michael G Norris: Evaporative burner. New Power Concepts, Bromberg & Sunstein, December 6, 2005: US06971235 (8 worldwide citation)

An evaporative burner that includes an igniter assembly, a swirler, an evaporation chamber, and a reverse throat. The reverse throat has raised ends that protrude into the evaporation chamber. The reverse throat in combination with the evaporation chamber and the swirler, facilitate the recirculatio ...


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Dean Kamen, Christopher C Langenfeld, Prashant Bhat, Michael G Norris, Stanley B Smith III, Christopher M Werner: Stirling cycle machine. New Power Concepts, Michael George Norris, October 24, 2017: US09797340

A Stirling cycle machine. The machine includes at least one rocking drive mechanism which includes: a rocking beam having a rocker pivot, at least one cylinder and at least one piston. The piston is housed within a respective cylinder and is capable of substantially linearly reciprocating within the ...


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Dean Kamen, Christopher C Langenfeld, Prashant Bhat, Michael G Norris, Stanley B Smith III, Christopher M Werner, David J Peretz, Brian H Yoo, Felix Winkler: Stirling cycle machine. New Power Concepts, Michael George Norris, November 21, 2017: US09823024

A Stirling cycle machine. The machine includes at least one rocking drive mechanism including a rocking beam having a rocker pivot, at least one cylinder and at least one piston. The piston is housed within a respective cylinder and is capable of substantially linearly reciprocating within the respe ...


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Dean Kamen, Christopher C Langenfeld, Prashant Bhat, Michael G Norris: Floating rod seal for a stirling cycle machine. New Power Concepts, Michael George Norris, November 21, 2017: US09822730

A piston rod seal unit. The piston rod seal unit includes a housing, a cylinder gland, and at least one floating rod seal assembly mounted in the cylinder gland, the floating rod seal assembly comprising at least one rod seal mounted onto the floating rod seal assembly.