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Akihiro Naka, Shuichi Honjo, Kaoru Aoike: Stabilized fuel slurry. Dai Ichi Kogyo Seiyaku, Haight Rosfeld Noble & Santa Maria, February 17, 1981: US04251229 (36 worldwide citation)

A fuel slurry comprising a mixture of a fuel oil and pulverized coal may be effectively stabilized with a small amount of adducts of alkylene oxide and an alcohol, an amine, a carboxylic acid or a phenol, or inorganic acid esters of said adducts; or cross-linked products of said adducts or said inor ...


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Louis A Marlin: Stabilized fuel slurry. Interlake, Vogel Dithmar Stotland Stratman & Levy, May 8, 1979: US04153421 (15 worldwide citation)

A method of preparing a stabilized fuel slurry is disclosed wherein a petroleum fuel oil is mixed with "run of the mine" coal and with a polysaccharide emulsifier capable of forming water internal-oil high external phase emulsion. The slurry is mechanically mixed to comminute the coal to produce a s ...


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Yasumasa Hamuro, Akihiro Naka, Shuichi Honjo: Stabilized fuel slurry. Dai Ich Kogyo Seiyaku, Haight & Huard, April 1, 1980: US04195975 (15 worldwide citation)

A fuel slurry comprising a mixture of a fuel oil and pulverized coal may be effectively stabilized with a small amount of a condensation product of a sulfonated benzene or naphthalene derivative-formaldehyde, ligninsulfonic acid, carboxymethylcellulose, carboxymethyl-starch or a salt thereof.


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Louis Allen Marlin, Victor D Beaucaire: Stabilized fuel slurry. Interlake, Prangley Dithmar Vogel Sandler & Stotland, June 21, 1977: US04030894 (15 worldwide citation)

A method of preparing a stabilized fuel slurry is disclosed wherein a petroleum fuel oil is mixed with run of the mine coal and with an emulsifier, which is capable of forming a thixotropic water external-oil high internal phase emulsion. The slurry is mechanically mixed to comminute the coal to pro ...


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Stabilized fuel slurry. Interlake, December 29, 1978: GB1537441-A

1537441 Fuel slurries INTERLAKE Inc 6 April 1977 14618/77 Heading C5G A stabilized fuel slurry having 30 to 70% by weight liquid hydrocarbon fuel oil, 25 to 65% by weight solid carbonaceous or hydrocarbonaceous fuel particles with diameters up to inch, 2 to 30% by weight water, and 0À2 to 5% by weig ...