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James E Griffith, Ricky A Cox, Jiten Chatterji, John L Dennis Jr: Oil-based settable spotting fluid. Halliburton Energy Services, Craig W Roddy, C Clark Dougherty Jr, February 25, 2003: US06524384 (117 worldwide citation)

Oil-based settable spotting fluid compositions and methods of using the compositions are provided. The oil-based settable spotting fluid compositions are basically comprised of oil, an emulsifying surfactant for emulsifying the oil with water whereby an oil-external emulsion is formed, a de-emulsify ...


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James E Griffith, Jiten Chatterji, Bobby J King, John L Dennis Jr: Methods and oil-based settable spotting fluid compositions for cementing wells. Halliburton Energy Services, Craig W Roddy, C Clark Dougherty Jr, April 6, 2004: US06716282 (108 worldwide citation)

Oil-based settable spotting fluid compositions for cementing in wells and subterranean formations are provided. The oil-based settable spotting fluid compositions basically comprise an oil external emulsion comprising oil, water and an emulsifying surfactant, a hydraulically settable component and a ...


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Ronald L Barbour: Class F. fly ash containing settable composition for general purpose concrete having high early strength and method of making same. William J Daniel, November 30, 1993: US05266111 (88 worldwide citation)

In general purpose concrete compositions, from about 10% but less than about 25% by wt of the usual amount of portland cement for such compositions is replaced with Class F fly ash and cement kiln dust, both abundant and inexpensive waste products, in the weight ratio of such fly ash to cement kiln ...


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Craig W Roddy, Jiten Chatterji, D Chad Brenneis, Bobby J King: Lightweight settable compositions comprising cement kiln dust. Halliburton Energy Services, Craig W Roddy, Baker Botts, February 26, 2008: US07335252 (71 worldwide citation)

Settable compositions that comprise water, CKD, and microspheres, wherein the lightweight settable composition has a density less than about 13 pounds per gallon. Methods of cementing that comprise providing a lightweight settable composition having a density less than about 13 pounds per gallon, th ...


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Wulf von Bonin: Intumescence media and the use thereof. Bayer Aktiengesellschaft, Sprung Horn Kramer & Woods, January 26, 1993: US05182049 (26 worldwide citation)

New intumescence media contain ammonium and/or amine salts of acid phosphates of metals of the 2nd and/or 3rd group of the periodic system of the elements and can be employed for a very wide variety of fire prevention purposes.


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John W Liskowitz, Methi Wecharatana, Chai Jaturapitakkul, Anthony E Cerkanowicz deceased: Compressive strength of concrete and mortar containing fly ash. New Jersey Institute of Technology, Klauber & Jackson, December 29, 1998: US05853475 (23 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to concrete, mortar and other hardenable mixtures comprising cement and fly ash for use in construction. The invention includes a method for predicting the compressive strength of such a hardenable mixture, which is very important for planning a project. The invention a ...


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Sandelin Malte, Svensson Percy: A method in the manufacture of steam-cured inorganic insulating material of extremely low volumetric weight and having good heat-insulating properties.. Thermobase S N C, January 5, 1983: EP0069095-A1 (21 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to the manufacture of steam-cured inorganic insulating material from an expandable and solidifiable aqueous starting-material mixture containing hydraulic binder and siliceous material together wiih particles of steam-cured totally hydrophobized aerated light-weight concrete as ...


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Kramer Walter, Follmann Heinrich: Method for manufacturing fire-resistant lightweight building elements with accurate dimensions.. Minora Forsch Entwicklung, February 6, 1980: EP0007585-A1 (20 worldwide citation)

1. A process for the production of fire proof light-weight plates true to size having a gross density of from about 160 kg/m**3 to 800 kg/m**3 on the basis of fibrereinforced calcium silicate compositions by reacting amorphous and crystalline silicium dioxide or materials containing these, respectiv ...


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Jiten Chatterji, Bobby J King, Roger S Cromwell, D Chad Brenneis: Cement compositions comprising improved lost circulation materials and methods of use in subterranean formations. Halliburton Energy Services, Craig W Roddy, Fletcher Yoder, June 12, 2007: US07229492 (19 worldwide citation)

Cement compositions that include improved lost circulation materials are provided. In certain exemplary embodiments, the improved lost circulation materials include inelastic particles of polyethylene, polystyrene, and/or polypropylene. Optionally, the cement compositions also may include additives ...