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Serge Le Gonidec
LE GONIDEC SERGE, RUTARD FABRICE, AMARI MOUSSA: INSTALLATION DE PRODUCTION DENERGIE THERMIQUE. Snecma, November 16, 2012: FR2975173-A1

La présente invention concerne une installation de production d'énergie thermique (10) comprenant une pile à combustible (100), un échangeur thermique (400) muni d'une chambre de combustion (18), un premier circuit de circulation de gaz (101) pour gaz combustible, reliant la pile à combustible (100) ...


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Stéphane Bilodeau
Stéphane Bilodeau: Energy accummulator system. Ogilvy Renault, September 3, 2009: US20090220220-A1

An energy accumulator system for accumulating heat from a heat source for subsequent supply to a heat demand, comprises an energy accumulator having a storage material in a heat-exchange relation with the heat source so as to store heat produced by the heat source. A controller is connected to the e ...


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Stéphane Bilodeau
Bilodeau Stéphane: Energy recuperation system. Groupe Enerstat, Bilodeau Stéphane, OGILVY RENAULT SENCRLsrl, July 24, 2008: WO/2008/086617

An energy recuperation system for storing energy in a process for subsequent supply to an energy demand in the process comprises a recuperation storage system having a phase -change storage material. Recuperation circuitry between the energy loss/availability, the energy demand of the process/proces ...


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Stéphane Bilodeau
Bilodeau Stéphane: Energy accumulator system. Groupe Énerstat, Bilodeau Stéphane, OGILVY RENAULT SENCRL, May 10, 2007: WO/2007/051310

An energy accumulator system (10) for accumulating heat from a heat source (A) for subsequent supply to a heat demand (B), comprises an energy accumulator (11) having a storage material in a heat exchange relation with the heat source (A) so as to store heat produced by the heat source (A). A contro ...


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Jacques Foucras: Electrically heated flexible tube having temperature measuring probe. Rhone Poulenc, Stevens Davis Miller & Mosher, July 26, 1977: US04038519 (203 worldwide citation)

A flexible heating tube especially for medical use, e.g. for taking blood away from and returning it to the body, in which a flexible pipe of transparent plastics material is provided with at least one electrical helical resistance heating conductor and at least one helical filiform temperature meas ...


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Sheng Hann Lee: Window cleaning fluid heating system having timer-controlled heater and differential input circuit. Gensonic, Donald J Pagel Jr, October 11, 1994: US05354965 (197 worldwide citation)

A system for electrically heating a volume of windshield cleaning fluid in a motor vehicle includes a metallic vessel connected between a windshield fluid reservoir and a nozzle for spraying the windshield with the fluid. The vessel has a metal heater wall heated by PTC thermistors thereon and provi ...


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Dixon Ford, Steven Ford: Parenteral fluid warmer apparatus and disposable cassette utilizing thin, flexible heat-exchange membrane. In Touch Products Co, Workman Nydegger Jensen, September 14, 1993: US05245693 (174 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for heating parenteral fluids for intravenous delivery to a patient. The apparatus includes a disposable cassette which in one presently preferred embodiment is made up of a unitary member which is divided to form a serpentine flow path by a plurality of path separators. Thin, flexible ...


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Rodney L Derbyshire: Self-regulating porous heating device. Metcal, Howard L Rose, December 17, 1991: US05073625 (172 worldwide citation)

A self-regulating porous heater regulates the temperature of fluid passing through it. This device includes at least one layer of a porous material which has a magnetic permeability inversely related to temperature over a given range. Due to conductor skin effects, changes in permeability cause chan ...


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Rodney L Derbyshire: Self-regulating porous heater device. Metcal, Hall Myers & Rose, December 27, 1988: US04794226 (169 worldwide citation)

A self-regulating porous heater device regulates the temperature of fluid passing through it. This device includes at least one layer of a porous material which has a magnetic permeability inversely related to temperature over a given range. Due to conductor skin effects, changes in permeability cau ...


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Dixon Ford, Steven Ford: In-line fluid heating apparatus with gradation of heat energy from inlet to outlet. In Touch Products Co, Workman Nydegger Seeley, January 10, 1995: US05381510 (163 worldwide citation)

A disposable, in-line heating cassette and apparatus for raising the temperature of fluids. The cassette comprises a spacer defining a sinuous or serpentine flow pathway interposed between flexible foils and mounted on a frame. The frame comprises inlet and outlet tubes and related input and output ...



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