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Momtaz N Mansour, Kanda Swamy Durai Swamy, David W Warren: Indirectly heated thermochemical reactor processes. Manufacturing and Technology Conversion, Dority & Manning, July 16, 1996: US05536488 (54 worldwide citation)

Resonant tubes of a pulse combustor are immersed in a bed of solid particles in a reaction zone to provide indirect heat from the pulsating combustion gases to the solid particles of the bed. The bed is maintained in an agitated state by a gas or vapor flowing through the bed. Reactant materials are ...


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Momtaz N Mansour, Kanda Swamy Durai Swamy, David W Warren: Indirectly heated thermochemical reactor apparatus and processes. Manufacturing and Technology Conversion International, Dority & Manning, April 26, 1994: US05306481 (50 worldwide citation)

Resonant tubes of a pulse combustor are immersed in a bed of solid particles in a reaction zone to provide indirect heat from the pulsating combustion gases to the solid particles of the bed. The bed is maintained in an agitated state by a gas or vapor flowing through the bed. Reactant materials are ...


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Veera Palanivelu Rajendran, Chellappa Balan, Charles Max Byrd, Bahram Keramati, Todd Garrett Wetzel: Method and system for thermochemical heat energy storage and recovery. General Electric Company, Paul J DiConza, William E Powell III, March 25, 2008: US07347049 (48 worldwide citation)

Disclosed herein is a system for generating energy, comprising a first heat exchanger in communication with a first heat source; wherein the first heat exchanger contacts a transfer fluid that comprises a working fluid and an associating composition; and a first energy conversion device comprising a ...


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Daniel D Lawson, Christopher England: Thermochemical generation of hydrogen and carbon dioxide. California Institute of Technology, Marvin E Jacobs, April 3, 1984: US04440733 (45 worldwide citation)

Mixing of carbon in the form of high sulfur coal with sulfuric acid reduces the temperature of sulfuric acid decomposition from 830.degree. C. to between 300.degree. C. and 400.degree. C. The low temperature sulfuric acid decomposition is particularly useful in thermal chemical cycles for splitting ...


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Chol Bum Kweon, Mark J Khinkis, Vilyam G Nosach, Robert F Zabransky: Advanced high efficiency, ultra-low emission, thermochemically recuperated reciprocating internal combustion engine. Gas Technology Institute, Mark E Fejer, May 1, 2007: US07210467 (44 worldwide citation)

An apparatus including a reciprocating internal combustion engine and a thermochemical recuperator in which a fuel is reformed. The thermochemical recuperator is heated by exhaust gases from the reciprocating internal combustion engine and steam for the reforming process is produced by passing feed ...


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David J Huber, Ronald L Bannister, Mark J Khinkis, Josif K Rabovitser: Combined cycle power plant with thermochemical recuperation and flue gas recirculation. Westingthouse Electric Corporation, M G Panian, January 21, 1997: US05595059 (43 worldwide citation)

Combined cycle power plants are disclosed that utilize a stream of compressed flue gas and fuel that has been passed through a reformer (a thermochemical recuperator) to increase its thermal and chemical value and, along with the output of an air compressor, is fed into the gas turbine combustor. In ...


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Paul B Tarman, Dharamvir Punwani: Thermochemical beneficiation of low rank coals. Institute of Gas Technology, Thomas W Speckman, April 1, 1986: US04579562 (37 worldwide citation)

A process and apparatus for thermochemical beneficiation of carbonaceous solids, such as low rank coals and biomass, by countercurrently passing a moving bed of the solids in contact with a liquid in an amount sufficient to flush product liquids having dissolved and suspended products and make-water ...


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Howard E Simmons III: Single layer dry processible photothermal-sensitive element. E I Du Pont de Nemours and Company, February 15, 1994: US05286604 (36 worldwide citation)

A photothermal-tackifiable composition, useful as a coating on a substrate, consisting of an optically clear blend of two or more polymers, one or more of which is capable of undergoing a thermochemical reaction, and a photothermosensitive compound, an infrared absorbing dye that generates locally h ...


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Boegli Andreas, Fernihough John Dr, Stankowski Alexander Dr: Method of protecting partial areas of a component. Alstom Switzerland, February 4, 2004: EP1387040-A1 (31 worldwide citation)

It is disclosed a method of protecting a local area of components (1) from the effects of thermochemical or mechanical processes carried out on the surface (6) of the component. A masking material containing at least one filler material is applied to the local area so that the local area is protecte ...


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Brian Kevin Paul, Richard Budd Peterson, Tyson Jedd Terhaar: Microlamination method for making devices. State of Oregon acting by and through the State Board of Higher Education on behalf of Oregon State University, Klarquist Sparkman, September 21, 2004: US06793831 (31 worldwide citation)

A method for fabricating devices in a pre-assembled state comprising forming plural laminae, registering the laminae, and bonding the laminae one to another is described. The plural laminae contain the substructures and structures of the device. The substructures are coupled to structures and other ...



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