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Kenneth E Baldrey, Sharon Sjostrom, Nina Bergan French, Michael D Durham: Additives for mercury oxidation in coal-fired power plants. ADA ES, Sheridan Ross P C, February 28, 2012: US08124036 (25 worldwide citation)

The present invention is directed to an additive, primarily for combustion of low sulfur and high alkali coals, that includes a transition metal to impact positively bottom ash slag and optionally a halogen to effect mercury oxidation and collection in the flue gas.


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Kenneth E Baldrey, Sharon Sjostrom, Nina Bergan French, Michael D Durham: Additives for mercury oxidation in coal-fired power plants. ADA ES, Sheridan Ross P C, October 23, 2012: US08293196 (15 worldwide citation)

The present invention is directed to an additive, primarily for combustion of low sulfur and high alkali coals, that includes a transition metal to impact positively bottom ash slag and optionally a halogen to effect mercury oxidation and collection in the flue gas.


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Kenneth E Baldrey, Sharon Sjostrom, Nina Bergan French, Michael D Durham, Stephen Allen Johnson, John Wurster, John Philip Comer: Additives for mercury oxidation in coal-fired power plants. ADA ES, Sheridan Ross P C, May 14, 2013: US08439989 (6 worldwide citation)

The present invention is directed to an additive, primarily for low sulfur and high alkali coals, that includes a transition metal and optionally a halogen to effect mercury oxidation.


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M Eric Schlienger, Nina Bergan French, Michael D Baldwin, Michael Maguire, Paul Withey: Method and apparatus associated with anisotropic shrink in sintered ceramic items. Rolls Royce Corporation, Krieg DeVault, Matthew D Fair Esq, June 23, 2009: US07551977

A manufacturing method for producing ceramic item from a photocurable ceramic filled material by stereolithography. The method compensates for the anisotropic shrinkage of the item during firing to produce a dimensionally accurate item.


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M Eric Schlienger, Nina Bergan French, Michael D Baldwin, Michael Maguire, Paul Withey: Method and apparatus associated with anisotropic shrink in sintered ceramic items. John H Allie, Krieg DeVault, March 13, 2008: US20080063867-A1

A manufacturing method for producing ceramic item from a photocurable ceramic filled material by stereolithography. The method compensates for the anisotropic shrinkage of the item during firing to produce a dimensionally accurate item.


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Kenneth E Baldrey, Sharon Sjostrom, Nina Bergan French, Michael D Durham, Stephen Allen Johnson, John Wurster, John Philip Corner: Additives for mercury oxidation in coal-fired power plants. Ada Environmental Solutions, Sheridan Ross PC, February 10, 2011: US20110030592-A1

The present invention is directed to an additive, primarily for low sulfur and high alkali coals, that includes a transition metal and optionally a halogen to effect mercury oxidation.