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Tom L Pierson: Packaged chilling systems for building air conditioning and process cooling. TAS, February 1, 2005: US06848267 (21 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a packaged chilling system for providing chilled water to an air conditioning system for a building that includes: a duct system; an air handling system; and a water chilling system; wherein: the duct system is in operable communication with a building that has a plurality of rooms, at ...


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Tadaaki Tajiri, Hitoshi Nishizawa: Process for removal of hydrogen sulfide from gases. Kimura Chemical Plants, Oblon Fisher Spivak McClelland & Maier, July 30, 1985: US04532118 (21 worldwide citation)

A process for the removal of hydrogen sulfide from a gas which comprises contacting the gas with a solution comprising ferric ions (Fe.sup.3+) and ferrous ions (Fe.sup.2+). The solution further comprises ethylenediamine tetraacetic acid (EDTA) or a salt thereof and triethanolamine (TEA) or a salt th ...


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Kenneth F Emigholz, Robert K Wang, Stephen S Woo, Richard B McLain, Sourabh K Dash, Thomas A Kendi: System and method for abnormal event detection in the operation of continuous industrial processes. ExxonMobil Research and Engineering Company, Ronald D Hantman, Gerald L Harris, March 25, 2008: US07349746 (19 worldwide citation)

Thousands of process and equipment measurements are gathered by the modern digital process control systems that are deployed in refineries and chemical plants. Several years of these data are historized in databases for analysis and reporting. These databases can be mined for the data patterns that ...


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John F Straitz III: Flare stack gas burner. Combustion Unlimited Incorporated, Zachary T Wobensmith 2nd, Zachary T Wobensmith III, December 5, 1978: US04128389 (19 worldwide citation)

A flare stack gas burner for waste combustible gas from oil refineries, chemical plants, oil production rigs, LPG and other marketing terminals, pipe lines and the like is disclosed which includes a stack for waste gas delivery with an air delivery pipe therein with a plurality of outwardly extendin ...


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John F Straitz III: Portable safety flare for combustion of waste gases. Seidel Gonda Goldhammer & Panitch, March 10, 1981: US04255120 (18 worldwide citation)

A portable safety flare for combustion of waste gases is disclosed for the combustion of combustible gas from oil wells, combustible waste gas from oil refineries and chemical plants, and particularly where it is not desired to go to the expense of installing a flare stack or for use in exploratory ...


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HOUSE KURT Z, HOUSE CHRISTOPHER H, AZIZ MICHAEL J, SCHRAG DANIEL PAUL: Carbon dioxide capture and related processes, Entfernen von Kohlendioxid und verwandte Verfahren, Capture de dioxyde de carbone et procédés associés. HARVARD COLLEGE, PENN STATE RES FOUND, June 8, 2011: EP2329875-A1 (17 worldwide citation)

Processes for capturing carbon dioxide are described. The carbon dioxide may be captured from the atmosphere and/or from the waste stream of a carbon dioxide point source (e.g., power plants, chemical plants, natural gas fields, oil fields, industrial sites, etc.). The processes can involve capturin ...


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Rudolf Puffr, Jan Sebenda: Method for the preparation of polymers of lactams having an enhanced electric conductivity. Ceskoslovenska akademie ved, Greenside & Schaffer, May 8, 1979: US04153582 (16 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a method for the preparation of polyamides with enhanced electric conductivity (specific resistance below 10.sup.9 .OMEGA..cm) by the anionic polymerization of lactams with 7 to 13 atoms in the ring using the usual basic polymerization initiators and accelerating activators. ...


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Self-limitting conductive extrudates and methods for their manufacture. Raychem, September 15, 1976: GB1449261-A (15 worldwide citation)

1449261 Conductive compositions RAYCHEM CORP 7 Sept 1973 [8 Sept 1972] 42139/73 Heading C3P [Also in Division H1] A non-linear PTC resistive device which may be used for heat tracing pipes in chemical plants to prevent freezing or to maintain flow of viscous materials, for heat sensing, or for circu ...


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Mizrahi Joseph: Laveur permettant de traiter les gaz dechappement, A scrubber for the treatment of flue gases. Clue, Clue, SIM & MCBURNEY, April 29, 1999: CA2308224 (15 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a novel and most efficient scrubber for the treatment of flue gases from power generation plants or from chemical plants, in order to absorb objectionable impurities, such as SO2, SO3, HCl, nitrous oxides, into a water-based solution, in which solids are not substantially pr ...


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Yoshiyuki Nagase, Ryuichi Fukuzato: Method of and apparatus for decomposing wastes. Kabushiki Kaisha Kobe Seiko Sho, Takeda Chemical, Oblon Spivak McClelland Maier & Neustadt P C, July 3, 2001: US06255529 (14 worldwide citation)

A method of decomposing wastes containing target compounds having one or more of hydrolyzable bonds of ether bond, ester bond, amide bond and isocyanate bond wherein the method comprises continuously supplying the wastes in a molten state or liquid state to a reactor, continuously supplying super-cr ...



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