51
Steven G Schon: Plastic film plate-type heat exchanger. Arco Chemical Company, Lewis J Young, May 17, 1988: US04744414 (33 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to low cost heat exchangers of the parallel plate-type useful for recovery or dissipation of heat energy in buildings of all types, including homes, office buildings and factories, as well as for heat recovery in the chemical process, electrical power and other industries.


52
Arthur P Skelley, John M Koltick Jr, Naresh J Suchak, Wesley M Rohrer Jr: Process for removing No.sub.x and So.sub.x from exhaust gas. Arthur P Skelley, Price & Adams, December 19, 2000: US06162409 (33 worldwide citation)

An exhaust gas stream containing oxides of nitrogen and sulfur from a fossil fuel fired boiler, a fired process heater, or a chemical process are diverted from a stack prior to emission to the atmosphere through a duct system to a mixer where an oxidant, such as ozone, is added to the exhaust gas at ...


53
Brent Geoffrey Frederick: Integrated chemical process. Orica Explosives Technology, Brent Geoffrey Frederick, CURWEN Julian Charles Barton, May 29, 2008: WO/2008/061305 (33 worldwide citation)

A mineral carbonation process, characterised in that the silicate feedstock is thermally activated by using heat generated from the combustion of fuel prior to reacting the activated slurry feedstock with carbon dioxide.


54
Andrew S Zarchy: Chemical processing with an operational step sensitive to a feedstream component. UOP, Morris N Reinisch, May 16, 1989: US04831206 (32 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a chemical process involving a processing step which is sensitive to the presence of at least one component contained within the stream to be processed. In particular, the present invention relates to an economical and efficient method of integrating the means for re ...


55
Roberts David Anthony, Russell Simon Thomas: Chemical process.. Ici, February 12, 1992: EP0470794-A1 (32 worldwide citation)

The invention provides a novel process for the manufacture of biphenylcarbonitriles of the formula I as defined hereinafter which are useful for the production of certain known imidazole derivatives and certain novel quinoline derivatives which have angiotensin II inhibitory activity. The process in ...


56
Takeo Kagatani: Power device. Ward & Olivo, May 4, 1999: US05900330 (32 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates generally to a new power device. More specifically, it creates hydrogen from supplied water and electricity. The hydrogen is then used in combination with air in an electrolysis-electrical cell to produce electric power. All of this is accomplished by first storing the ...


57
Fitzgerald J Vincent, Matusik Frank J, Oppliger Hans R: High precision wide dynamic range viscous loss measuring apparatus. National Metal and Refining Company, January 23, 1973: US3712117 (32 worldwide citation)

A viscosity measuring system especially useful in pollution and chemical process control applications. A variable gain amplifier drives a magnetic coil which causes a torsion member to oscillate. The amplitude of the oscillations is sensed by a transducer, and converted to a DC voltage by an amplitu ...


58
Enoch I Wang, William L Bowden, Paul Gionet: Process for producing manganese dioxide. Duracell, Ronald S Cornell, Edward M Corcoran, Barry D Josephs, February 21, 1995: US05391365 (32 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to the manufacture of manganese dioxide by a chemical process. The resulting manganese dioxide product takes the form of particles characterized by filament-like protrusions jutting out from its surface. The manganese dioxide particles having such surface features can be manufa ...


59
Donald C Erickson: Separation of oxygen from gaseous mixtures with molten alkali metal salts. January 2, 1979: US04132766 (32 worldwide citation)

Oxygen is separated from air by a regenerative chemical process. Air is contacted with an oxygen acceptor comprised of a molten solution of alkali nitrite and nitrate salts at elevated temperature and pressure, causing the oxygen to react with the nitrite, and thereby increasing the proportion of ni ...


60
Pramod B Koradia, Carmine M Doddato, Daniel C Sherman, William H Gerdes: Catalyst carrier. Norton Chemical Process Products, David Bennett, November 30, 1993: US05266548 (31 worldwide citation)

Porous carrier materials comprising at least 90% by weight of at least 95% pure alpha alumina are very effective as supports for catalysts treating engine exhausts and are significantly better able to withstand extreme conditions than conventional supports.



Click the thumbnails below to visualize the patent trend.