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Graham David James: Gas turbines and engines. Boc Group, October 5, 1983: GB2117053-A (70 worldwide citation)

The combustion chambers 30 of gas turbine units 6(a) to 6(c) (or equivalent piston engines) are supplied with fuel gas via pipe 26 and in order to compensate for a substantial decline in the calorific value of the fuel gas over a period of time, commercially pure oxygen or oxygen-enriched air is sup ...


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Arnold J Goldman: Low emission energy source. Los Angeles Advisory Services, Patterson & Sheridan, March 20, 2007: US07191736 (31 worldwide citation)

A power generator provides power with minimal CO2, NOx, CO, CH4, and particulate emissions and substantially greater efficiency as compared to traditional power generation techniques. Specifically nitrogen is removed from the combustion cycle, either being replaced by a noble gas as a working gas in ...


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J├╝rgen Rosin, Bernhard Bronischewski, Ulrich Fassbender, Manfred Heinze, Andreas Krien, Markus Wallraven: Exhaust gas heat exchanger. Behr & Co KG, Foley & Lardner, January 30, 2007: US07168419 (25 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to an exhaust gas heat exchanger comprising a bundle of pipes consisting of exhaust gas pipes and a bypass channel in a common housing. The pipe bundle is arranged in a first chamber that is crossflown by a liquid coolant and the bypass channel is arranged in a second, separate ...


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Meeks Thomas: Internal combustion engine pollution control apparatus. Perdue Matt, Fulwider Patton Rieber Lee & Utecht, April 15, 1975: US3877450 (17 worldwide citation)

A pollution control apparatus for an internal combustion engine. Oxygen is utilized to augment the normal air supply and thereby promote complete fuel combustion. Separate oxygen conduits are connected to each cylinder, flow through the conduits being controlled by solenoid operated valves connected ...


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Teshirogi Naohisa, Nakahara Hiroo: Method for controlling noxious components of exhaust gas from diesel engine. Agency of Industrial Science & Technology, Kelman Kurt, December 3, 1974: US3851632 (17 worldwide citation)

A sensor is inserted in the exhaust pipe of a normally aspirated type diesel engine. When the oxygen concentration in the exhaust gas from the engine falls below a preset level, the sensor detects the insufficiency of oxygen concentration and causes oxygen to be supplied into the cylinder so as to m ...


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Mcneil John: Providing an oxygen-rich atmosphere in the combustion chamber of a gas-fuelled compression-ignition engine. Finch International, April 12, 2000: GB2342390-A (9 worldwide citation)

Oxygen enriched air, eg from a membrane-type oxygen/nitrogen separator 16, is supplied to the intake of a compression-ignition engine to ensure spontaneous combustion of gaseous fuels without further engine modification. A catalyst 44, eg a platinum group metal catalyst on a ceramic substrate 40, ma ...


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Di Liddo Angelo Nicola: Method for optimizing combustion processes by mixing an aqueous saline aerosol containing ionic species to the combustion air and improved apparatus for an automatic control of said mixing.. Liddo Angelo Nicola Di, July 27, 1988: EP0275842-A1 (6 worldwide citation)

A method for optimizing the combustion process using commercial fuels and which reduces noxious and pollution products in the exhaust gases, by providing of branching out of a part of the combustion air, which by suction and/or by utilizing an additional stream of compressed air is caused to bubble ...


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Mcneil John: Combustion of pyrolysis oil and oxygen-enriched air in compression-ignition engines. Finch International, October 25, 2000: GB2349175-A (5 worldwide citation)

Pyrolysis oil, having low calorific value and poor ignition quality, is combusted in an compression ignition engine 1 by direct injection (fig.1) into an oxygen-enriched atmosphere in the combustion chamber. An air separation unit 5 produces oxygen-rich air and nitrogen-rich air. The oxygen-rich air ...


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Oxygen generating device. Kawamata J, March 18, 1981: GB2056310-A (5 worldwide citation)

An oxygen generating device comprises a plurality of vessels (36) arranged in a closed chamber (18) to move along a curved path, each vessel for containing a catalytic material (37) which can react with hydrogen peroxide solution to generate oxygen. Hydrogen peroxide (2a) solution is dropped to the ...