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Roger R Lesieur: Direct use of methanol fuel in a molten carbonate fuel cell. United Technologies Corporation, Alan C Cohen, June 18, 1985: US04524113 (91 worldwide citation)

A method of powering a high temperature molten carbonate fuel cell using direct internal reformation of methanol. The methanol is reformed spontaneously using the anode catalyst and cell waste heat creating hydrogen which is consumed as fuel at the anode and carbon dioxide which is used to enrich th ...


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Roger R Lesieur: Catalyzed wall fuel gas reformer. International Fuel Cells, William W Jones, September 12, 2000: US06117578 (49 worldwide citation)

A fuel gas reformer assemblage for use in a fuel cell power plant is formed from a composite plate assembly which includes spaced-apart divider plates with interposed columns of individual fuel gas and burner gas passages. The fuel gas passages are provided with walls which are wash coated with a ca ...


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Roger R Lesieur: Compact fuel gas reformer assemblage. International Fuel Cells, William W Jones, March 31, 1998: US05733347 (38 worldwide citation)

A fuel gas reformer assemblage for use in a fuel cell power plant is formed from a composite plate assembly which includes spaced-apart divider plates with interposed columns of individual gas passages. The reformer assemblage is constructed from a series of repeating sub-assemblies, each of which i ...


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Ronald J Spiegel, Richard A Sederquist, John C Trocciola, Herbert C Healy, Roger R Lesieur, Gregory J Sandelli: Landfill gas treatment system. International Fuel Cells, William W Jones, September 19, 1995: US05451249 (38 worldwide citation)

The gas stream which emanates from landfills is treated to produce a purified gas which is essentially a hydrocarbon such as methane which can be used as the fuel source in a fuel cell power plant, or can be used in other power plants which use natural gas as a fuel. The landfill gas passes through ...


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Roger R Lesieur, Thomas J Corrigan: Compact fuel gas reformer assemblage. International Fuel Cells, William W Jones, March 20, 2001: US06203587 (35 worldwide citation)

A fuel gas reformer assemblage for use in a fuel cell power plant is formed from a composite plate assembly which includes spaced-apart divider plates with interposed monolithic open cell sponge-like members which form gas passages. The monolithic members have a lattice of internal open cells which ...


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John C Trocciola, Craig R Schroll, Roger R Lesieur: Apparatus for removing carbon monoxide from gaseous media. International Fuel Cells Corporation, July 19, 1994: US05330727 (34 worldwide citation)

The concentration of carbon monoxide in a gaseous medium is reduced by selective catalytic oxidation in the presence of gaseous oxygen by passing the gaseous medium through a catalyst capable of oxidizing carbon monoxide in an exothermic reaction at temperatures within a given temperature range and ...


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Roger R Lesieur, Ned E Cipollini, Thomas F Fuller: Compact fuel gas reformer assemblage. UTC Fuel Cells, William W Jones, August 10, 2004: US06773684 (33 worldwide citation)

A fuel gas reformer assemblage for use in a fuel cell power plant is formed from a composite plate assembly which includes spaced-apart divider plates with columns of individual gas passages. The reformer assemblage is constructed from a series of repeating sub-assemblies, each of which includes a c ...


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Thomas J Corrigan, Leonard J Bonville Jr, Roger R Lesieur, Derek W Hildreth, Maria G Lukianoff: Compact and light weight catalyst bed for use in a fuel cell power plant and method for forming the same. International Fuel Cells Co, William W Jones, October 31, 2000: US06140266 (23 worldwide citation)

A fuel gas catalyst bed for use in a fuel cell power plant is formed from a monolithic open cell foam component, the open cell lattice of which forms gas passages through the catalyst bed. The monolithic component has a lattice of internal open cells which are both laterally and longitudinally inter ...


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Stanley P Bonk, Thomas J Corrigan, Roger R Lesieur, Richard A Sederquist, Donald F Szydlowski: Method and apparatus for desulfurizing fuel gas. International Fuel Cells, William W Jones, June 23, 1998: US05769909 (22 worldwide citation)

Sulfur and sulfur compounds are removed from a gas stream, such as a hydrocarbon fuel gas stream so as to render the gas stream suitable for use in a fuel cell power plant. Natural gas and recycled hydrogen enters the hydrodesulfurizer assembly at a temperature of about 120.degree. F. The gas stream ...


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Roger R Lesieur, Leonard J Bonville Jr: System and method for desulfurizing gasoline or diesel fuel to produce a low sulfur-content fuel for use in an internal combustion engine. International Fuel Cells, William W Jones, October 10, 2000: US06129835 (19 worldwide citation)

A fuel processing system is operable to remove substantially all of the sulfur present in gasoline or diesel fuel used for operating an internal combustion engine. The fuel supply is passed through a nickel reactant desulfurizer bed wherein essentially all of the sulfur in organic sulfur compounds i ...