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James H Manning, John H Stark: Diester crosslinked polyglucan hydrogels and reticulated sponges thereof. International Paper Company, January 11, 1977: US04002173 (177 worldwide citation)

Novel hydrogel compositions of diester crosslinked polyglucans and a process for their preparation are provided. Amylose, dextran, and pullulan succinates and glutarates when crosslinked as described were found to not only have use as general fluid sorbants but also to have exceptional hemostatic ac ...


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Hans Pfenninger: Compressed-air storage installation. BBC Brown Boveri & Company, Werner W Kleeman, April 3, 1979: US04147204 (80 worldwide citation)

A compressed-air storage installation comprising a heat accumulator for storing heat contained in compressed air and the air is passed into subterranean caverns. The heat accumulator has partitions therein which are provided between a storage medium. The partitions form a number of air passages thro ...


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Kevin Greeb: Dynamic control system and method for catalytic combustion process and gas turbine engine utilizing same. Woodward Governor Company, Leydig Voit & Mayer, August 1, 2000: US06095793 (75 worldwide citation)

A unique and useful dynamic control system has been invented for the control of a catalytic combustion system for use on a dynamic plant, preferably, a gas turbine engine. The dynamic control system facilitates the replacement of conventional flame combustion systems with catalytic combustion system ...


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Richard R Martin, G Richard Ogden, Paul M Rodden: Low NO.sub.x burner assemblies. Callidus Technologies, Breiner & Breiner, December 17, 1991: US05073105 (72 worldwide citation)

A burner assembly for process heaters or the like comprising a burner block, primary gas jets, secondary gas jets, a flame holder, and an air register for installation in a furnace wall or furnace floor is described. The burners are characterized in that primary fuel is introduced into the primary c ...


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Eugene C McGill, Lee R Massey, William C Gibson, David W Schmitt: Multiple purpose burner process and apparatus. Koch Engineering Company, Dougherty Hessin Beavers & Gilbert, February 8, 1994: US05284438 (70 worldwide citation)

A multiple purpose burner process and apparatus in which a burner assembly having a burner member defining a burner throat bore extending therethrough and forming an ignition zone and at least one mixing zone in the burner throat bore, the total combustion air passing through the burner throat bore. ...


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Edgar Muschelknautz: Injector for injecting air into the combustion chamber of a torch burner and a torch burner. E E T Umwelt & Gastechnik, Townsend and Townsend and Crew, April 7, 1998: US05735683 (67 worldwide citation)

An injector (12) for sucking in environmental air and for injection into the combustion chamber (12) of a torch burner (11) by means of a driving fluid (14) standing under excess pressure, has an air induction opening (15), a flow channel (16) and injection openings (17) through which the driving fl ...


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Thomas N Rampley, Paul G Hoffarth: Flue gas recirculation system. Bryan Steam Corporation, Barnes & Thornburg, February 26, 1991: US04995807 (67 worldwide citation)

A system is provided for reducing the amount of nitrogen oxides produced by conventional gas-fired boilers, water heaters, or other heat transfer devices by diluting the fuel gas with an inert gas. The system includes a mixing unit or region for diluting fuel gas with an inert gas before the fuel ga ...


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Michael J Martin, William C Gibson, Lee R Massey: Nitrogen oxide control using internally recirculated flue gas. IT McGill Environmental Systems, Tulsa Heaters, Bill D McCarthy, Glen M Burdick, August 4, 1992: US05135387 (62 worldwide citation)

An improved process and apparatus for reducing NO.sub.x content of flue gas effluent from a furnace, the improvement comprising a burner assembly having a burner and flue gas recirculating system for collecting and passing internally recirculating flue gas into a combustion zone for reaction with a ...


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Michael J Martin, William C Gibson, Lee R Massey: Nitrogen oxide control using internally recirculated flue gas. IT McGill Pollution Control Systems, Tulsa Heaters, Bill D McCarthy, Glen M Burdick, September 3, 1991: US05044932 (55 worldwide citation)

An improved process and apparatus for reducing NO.sub.x content of flue gas effluent from a furnace, the improvement comprising a burner assembly having a burner and flue gas recirculating system for collecting and passing internally recirculating flue gas into a combustion zone for reaction with a ...


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Andrew J Syska: Recuperative burner with exhaust gas recirculation means. Thermal Systems Engineering, May 1, 1984: US04445842 (54 worldwide citation)

A recuperative burner having a recirculating conduit to direct flue gas to the combustion chamber with the air and fuel, and a compact recuperative stack with a recuperative flue gas conduit and an air passage in which air separated from the flue gas by the recuperative flue gas conduit is preheated ...



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