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Harold J Vinegar, George L Stegemeier: Low cost, self regulating heater for use in an in situ thermal desorption soil remediation system. Board of Regents The University of Texas System, Eric B Meyertons, November 26, 2002: US06485232 (245 worldwide citation)

An in situ thermal desorption soil remediation system may be used to remove contamination from soil. Heat may be applied to the soil by metallic strip heaters that have large cross sectional areas as compared to conventional heater elements. The strip heaters may be made of stainless steel. Large cr ...


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Joseph J Chaback, Dan Yee: Method for disposing of unwanted gaseous fluid components within a solid carbonaceous subterranean formation. Amoco Corporation, Charles P Wakefield, Robert E Sloat, October 3, 1995: US05454666 (237 worldwide citation)

A method for disposing of unwanted gaseous fluid components, such as carbon dioxide, oxides of nitrogen, hydrogen sulfide, and oxides of sulfur within a solid carbonaceous subterranean formation, such as a coal seam. The unwanted gaseous fluid components are typically contained in a gaseous process ...


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William O Heath, Phillip A Gauglitz, Gautam Pillay, Theresa M Bergsman, Eugene A Eschbach, Steven C Goheen, Richard L Richardson, Janet S Roberts, Ronald Schalla: Heating of solid earthen material, measuring moisture and resistivity. Battelle Memorial Institute, Johnnie R Hynson, August 13, 1996: US05545803 (192 worldwide citation)

The present invention includes a method of treating solid earthen material having volatile, semi-volatile, and non-volatile contaminants that utilizes electrical energy. A plurality of electrodes are inserted into a region of earthen material to be treated in a selected geometric pattern. Varying ph ...


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Harold J Vinegar, George L Stegemeier: Heater element for use in an in situ thermal desorption soil remediation system. Board of Regents The University of Texas System, Eric B Meyertons, Meyertons Hood Kivlin Kowert & Goetzel P C, October 14, 2003: US06632047 (115 worldwide citation)

An in situ thermal desorption (ISTD) soil remediation system may be used to remove or reduce contamination within soil. Heat may be transferred to the soil from resistively heated, bare metal heater elements. The heater elements may be placed directly within the soil. Alternately, the heater element ...


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Eileen M Diakun, Christopher T Wright: Bleach activation. Interox Chemicals, Larson and Taylor, March 7, 1989: US04810410 (110 worldwide citation)

It is desired to enhance the ability of hydrogen peroxide and persalts at wash temperatures of around 30.degree. to 70.degree. C., in order to use less energy and to minimize damage to various fabric finishes. It has been proposed in the past to use transition metal compounds, including cobaltous co ...


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Christopher J Nagel: Method and system for controlling chemical reaction in a molten bath. Molten Metal Technology, Hamilton Brook Smith & Reynolds, March 2, 1993: US05191154 (93 worldwide citation)

A method and a system is disclosed for controlling chemical reaction of a feed. The feed is directed into a reactor containing a molten bath to at least partially chemically react the feed to form an intermediate component. A portion of the intermediate component is combined with an off-gas which is ...


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Jeffrey E Bonekamp, Gene D Rose, Donald L Schmidt, Arthur S Teot, Edward K Watkins: Viscoelastic surfactant based foam fluids. The Dow Chemical Company, November 2, 1993: US05258137 (84 worldwide citation)

A foam-fluid composition for use in foam fracture applications and foam slurry transport comprises a thickening amount of a viscoelastic surfactant composition, a functionally effective amount of a surfactant composition capable of forming a foam, and an aqueous liquid. Foam-fluid formulations are e ...


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Llenado Ramon A: Foaming surfactant compositions.. Procter & Gamble, January 19, 1983: EP0070074-A2 (79 worldwide citation)

Foaming compositions containing an alkylpolysaccharide surfactant and a sulfate, sulfonate andor carboxylate cosurfactant and processes for utilizing foams containing these compositions.


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Bernard J Lerner: Removal of mercury and cadmium and their compounds from incinerator flue gases. Beco Engineering Company, Roylance Abrams Berdo & Goodman L, December 9, 1997: US05695726 (78 worldwide citation)

Toxic metal vapor phase compounds, and in particular, mercury and cadmium, are removed from waste incinerator combustion gases by contact with dry alkaline material and dry activated carbon followed by solids separation. The resulting gas is subjected to quench/wet scrubbing with recycle hydrochlori ...


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Kelly Hudson, Bijan Kazem: Highly efficient method of mixing dissimilar fluids using mechanically induced cavitation. Hydro Dynamics, Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice PLLC, September 30, 2003: US06627784 (77 worldwide citation)

A method of mixing two or more dissimilar fluids such a gas and a liquid is provided. The method includes the steps of introducing one fluid into the other to form a mixture, inducing cavitation in the mixture to reduce at least one of the fluids to a large number of relatively small units, and dist ...



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