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Elmer E Travis: Method and apparatus for the destructive distillation of kerogen in situ. Henderson & Sturm, October 22, 1991: US05058675 (21 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for the destructive distillation of kerogen and extraction of oil and gas from oil shale. The method and apparatus includes generating super heated steam or air, injecting super heated steam or air into oil shale, heating the kerogen in the oil shale to a sufficient temperatur ...


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Robert A Caughey: Apparatus for producing combustible gases from carbonaceous materials. Robert T Gammons, June 21, 1977: US04030895 (21 worldwide citation)

A reactor for generating combustible fuel gases comprising a chamber, an inclined grate extending from adjacent the top of the chamber to near the bottom and sloping forwardly within the chamber from the top to the bottom, said grate dividing the chamber into a primary chamber at the forward side of ...


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Kenneth M Holland: Process of destructive distillation of organic material. Rodman & Rodman, July 19, 1994: US05330623 (21 worldwide citation)

The organic material (such as waste tire compound) is pyrolysed by pre-heating the organic material (without pyrolysis) in a preheat zone 9 by a hot gas stream; feeding pre-heated material directly to a microwave discharge zone 10 by means of conveyor 8; pyrolysing the pre-heated material in the mic ...


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Brink David L, Thomas Jerome F: Method and apparatus for the destructive decomposition of organic wastes without air pollution and with recovery of chemical byproducts. The Regents of the University of California, September 25, 1973: US3761568 (19 worldwide citation)

Organic material, such as kraft black liquor, wood residues, organic fuels and garbage or other organic wastes, is destructively distilled and pyrolyzed at elevated temperatures and for a time sufficient to break down the material to non-combustible solids and a stable, clean-burning gaseous fuel. S ...


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Abou Zaid Mamdouth, Graham Robert G, Freel Barry A, Boulard David C: Preparation of taxanes. Her Majesty The Queen In Right Of, Canada Represented By, The Minister Of Natural Resources Canada Canadian Forest Service, Abou Zaid Mamdouth, Graham Robert G, Freel Barry A, Boulard David C, ANDERSON J Wayne, April 26, 2007: WO/2007/045093 (19 worldwide citation)

A method of isolating a mixture of taxanes from a bio-oil composition of a diterpenoid-containing biomass material is provided. The bio oil composition may be obtained from the genus Taxus or Austrotaxus. The method involves destructive distillation of the biomass to produce a bio oil composition, f ...


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Kelly Paul R: Waste disposal. November 13, 1973: US3771468 (18 worldwide citation)

Waste materials to be disposed of are fed into a feed hopper, the outlet of which is directed into a rotary vane feeder to automatically control the feed rate and act as an airlock. Shredded waste material is stacked in a pyrolyzing chamber or column through which hot gases, initially containing no ...


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Virgil J Flanigan: Process and apparatus for the destructive distillation of rubber. Gentech, Senniger Powers Leavitt & Roedel, July 21, 1998: US05783046 (17 worldwide citation)

An improved process and apparatus for the destructive distillation or pyrolysis of rubber, such as used rubber tires, to produce liquid and gaseous hydrocarbons and a solid carbonaceous char. A heat transfer gas circulating in a circulation loop is used to cool the hot char produced in the distillat ...


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Joe Allen Pringle: Microwave pyrolysis apparatus for waste tires. The Tire Chief, Stites & Harbison PLLC, Ross F Hunt Jr, September 5, 2006: US07101464 (16 worldwide citation)

A microwave distillation apparatus provides destructive distillation of whole waste tires. The apparatus includes a housing including a plurality of vertically arranged chambers. A preheat chamber provides preheating of a whole waste tire received therein. An irradiation chamber, located below the p ...


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Kenneth M Holland: Process of destructive distillation of organic material. Rodman & Rodman, January 28, 1992: US05084141 (16 worldwide citation)

The organic material (such as waste tire compound) is pyrolyzed by pre-heating the organic material (without pyrolysis) in a preheat zone 9 by a hot gas stream; feeding pre-heated material directly to a microwave discharge zone 10 by means of conveyor 8; pyrolyzing the pre-heated material in the mic ...


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James E Little: Method of controlling the feed rate of quench water to a coking drum in response to the internal pressure therein. Great Canadian Oil Sands, George L Church, J Edward Hess, Richard P Maloney, February 3, 1976: US03936358 (15 worldwide citation)

In the delayed coking process wherein hot coke is formed by destructive distillation of a petroleum feed in a coking drum to provide solid coke and distillate petroleum products, the method of regulating the rate of quenching the hot coke after the drum is full and coking has ceased which comprises ...



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