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Peter Schulz, Jurgen Klein, Knut Vaupel: Method of and apparatus for the thermal regeneration of adsorbents. Bergwerksverband, Karl F Ross, Herbert Dubno, November 11, 1986: US04622008 (4 worldwide citation)

A method of and an apparatus for the regeneration of adsorbent particles containing carbon in which the particles are introduced into downwardly moving shafts of a fluidized quartz sand bed spaced along a regenerator and are then deflected downwardly at the bottoms of the shaft by rhomboidal guide s ...


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Woodmansee Donald Ernest, Carroll James Joseph Sr: Regeneration en place dadsorbants au moyen de micro-ondes, In place regeneration of adsorbents using microwaves. General Electric Company, General Electric Company, CRAIG WILSON AND COMPANY, April 8, 2003: CA2082690 (3 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for selectively regenerating at least oneportion of an adsorbent bed in an adsorption system with amovable microwave device while the remainder of the bed isstill being used. The adsorbent bed is held by a frame whichdivides the bed into a plurality of sections, each sectionholding a porti ...


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Kalbassi Mohammad Ali, Salter Elizabeth Helen, Raiswell Christopher James, Golden Timothy Christopher, Taylor Fred William: Process and device for removing nitrous oxide from feed gas stream. Air Products &Amp Chemicals, May 27, 2004: JP2004-148315 (2 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a process for removing nitrous oxide in which allows regeneration of adsorbents at a temperature lower than the temperature generally used for removing the nitrous oxide from a gaseous flow by a thermal swing desorption process.SOLUTION: The process includes a step o ...


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Mccaffrey Davis John Alexander, Carlton James: Improvements in the regeneration of adsorbents. Coal, August 24, 1983: GB2114555-A (1 worldwide citation)

A water-saturated adsorbent, especially a zeolite used to dry organic solvents, having a particle size greater than 0.2 mm, e.g. in the range 1.4 to 2.0mm, is regenerated by passing a hot gas through a bed of the sieve. The gas is passed at a superficial velocity of at least 0.5 m/s, e.g. about 1.0 ...


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Regeneration of adsorbents. Grace W R, June 25, 1976: FR2292514-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

1533559 Regenerating adsorbent beds W R GRACE & CO 27 Nov 1975 [27 Nov 1974 23 Dec 1974] 48834/75 Heading B1L [Also in Divisions C1A and H5] A bed of adsorbent, e.g. zeolite, having gas, e.g. water vapour, adsorbed thereon is regenerated by passing through the bed a direct electric current or an alt ...


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Northrop P Scott, Wu Francis S, Sundaram Narasimhan: Method of purifying hydrocarbons and regeneration of adsorbents used therein. Exxonmobil Upstream Research Company, Northrop P Scott, Wu Francis S, Sundaram Narasimhan, MALPASS Gerald D, February 15, 2007: WO/2007/018677 (1 worldwide citation)

An improved method is provided for removing contaminants from a hydrocarbon stream, such as a stream of raw natural gas. The contaminated hydrocarbon stream is passed through a first adsorbent bed containing molecular sieves to adsorb contaminants on the molecular sieves, thereby removing at least s ...


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Sean Dennis Simpson, Christophe Collet, Michael Cockrem, Simon David Oakley, Michael Koepke: Carbon capture in fermentation. LANZATECH NEW ZEALAND, Frank S Molinaro, February 13, 2018: US09890399

Methods of capturing carbon by microbial fermentation of a gaseous substrate comprising CO. The methods include converting CO to one or more products including alcohols and/or acids and optionally capturing CO2 to improve overall carbon capture. In certain aspects, also disclosed are to processes fo ...


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Lang Martin: Process for regeneration of adsorbents. Linde, September 6, 2006: EP1698607-A1

Method of regenerating an adsorbent, for purifying a cryogenic gas dismantling unit of a synthesis gas plant for discharging synthesized gas, comprises obtaining a partial stream of a purified synthesis gas stream after the adsorption and before its cryogenic dismantling; and recycling the purified ...


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Wnuk Ralf, Chmiel Horst: Process for regeneration of adsorbents.. Fraunhofer Ges Forschung, August 21, 1991: EP0442503-A1

A process for regenerating adsorbers in a preferably closed circuit is described, in which the adsorbed substances are desorbed into a desorbate stream from which the substances are removed and which, after depletion, is recycled to the adsorber. The process according to the invention is characteris ...


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Halm Roland Lee, Hasler James Richard Jr: Two-step thermal regeneration of adsorbents.. Dow Corning, November 8, 1995: EP0680783-A2

The present invention is a two-step process for the regeneration of an adsorbent bed used to separate two or more components of a liquid mixture. In a first step, the non-adsorbed and non-purified liquids accumulated in the interstitual cavities or macro pores of the adsorbent bed are vaporized and ...



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