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1. WOWO/2014/170711 - SYSTEM FOR INJECTING REACTANTS IN AN EXHAUST LINE23.10.2014
F01N 3/20
PCT/IB2013/001049RENAULT TRUCKSPRAMAS, Martin
The system (1), which is to be fitted on an automotive vehicle for injecting reactants in an exhaust line (2) of an engine (3) of the vehicle, comprises: - a source (5) of a liquid precursor (6) of ammonia; - a source (7) of gaseous ammonia (8); - an injection assembly designed to be fitted on the exhaust line (2) and to inject liquid precursor (6) and/or gaseous ammonia (8) inside the exhaust line (2), the injection assembly comprising a single injector body (17) to be fitted on the exhaust line (2), said injector body (17) having a first inlet (21) for the liquid precursor (6), a second inlet (22) for the gaseous ammonia (8), and at least one outlet (23) for injection inside the exhaust line (2);

2. WOWO/2014/171599 - COMPOSITE SEPARATING MEMBRANE INCLUDING COATING LAYER OF GRAPHENE OXIDE/BILE ACID OR SALT THEREOF AND METHOD OF MANUFACTURING SAME23.10.2014
B01D 69/12
PCT/KR2013/008697IUCF-HYU (INDUSTRY-UNIVERSITY COOPERATION FOUNDATION HANYANG UNIVERSITY)PARK, Ho Bum
The present invention relates to a composite separating membrane applicable to separation and recovery processes of carbon dioxide and a method of manufacturing same, the composite separating membrane including a coating layer which is composed of graphene oxide and bile acid or a salt thereof and provided on a porous polymer support. The composite separating membrane manufactured according to the present invention, which includes the coating layer composed of graphene oxide and bile acid or a salt thereof, has good selectivity of carbon dioxide with respect to nitrogen, oxygen or methane gas as well as good permeability of carbon dioxide, has no surface defects, and maintains a stable structure even after use for the long term without deteriorating membrane performance. Thus, the composite separating membrane manufactured according to the present invention, which includes the coating layer composed of graphene oxide and bile acid or a salt thereof, may be applicable in an industrial field accompanying separation and recovery processes of carbon dioxide.

3. WOWO/2014/170047 - ABSORBENT, PROCESS FOR PRODUCING AN ABSORBENT, AND PROCESS AND DEVICE FOR SEPARATING OFF HYDROGEN SULPHIDE FROM AN ACIDIC GAS23.10.2014
B01D 53/14
PCT/EP2014/053059SIEMENS AKTIENGESELLSCHAFTBRECHTEL, Kevin
The invention relates to an absorbent which comprises a dissolved amino acid salt and a dissolved metal. The absorbent is brought into contact with the acidic gas in an absorber. In the absorber, the H2S converts from the gas phase to the liquid phase. In addition, carbon dioxide (CO2) is likewise absorbed from the gas as a function of the contact time. The washing solution is passed from the absorber to a regeneration tank. In the regeneration tank, the solution is gassed with air, oxygen (O2)-enriched air or with pure O2. By introducing O2 into the solution, the H2S already present in the solution is reacted over the dissolved metal catalyst. After the regeneration, possible solids are separated off and the regenerated washing solution is returned to the absorber.

4. WOWO/2014/170184 - LOW-PRESSURE DROP STRUCTURE OF PARTICLE ADSORBENT BED FOR ADSORPTION GAS SEPARATION PROCESS23.10.2014
B01D 53/04
PCT/EP2014/057185CLIMEWORKS AGGEBALD, Christoph
A gas separation unit for the separation of a first gas, preferably carbon dioxide, from a mixture containing said first gas as well as further gases different from the first gas, preferably air, is proposed, for use in a cyclic adsorption/desorption process and using a loose particulate sorbent material for gas adsorption. In the unit, particulate sorbent material is arranged in at least two stacked layers (5), and each layer (5) comprises two sheets (6) of a flexible fabric material which is gas permeable but impermeable to the loose particulate sorbent material. The sheets (6), which are either mounted on a stiff frame structure (7) or which are self-supporting, are arranged essentially parallel defining an inlet face (17) of the layer (5) and an outlet face (18) of the layer, are arranged with a distance in the range of 0.5- 2.5 cm, and are enclosing a cavity in which the particulate sorbent material is located. The unit has a gas inlet side or gas inlet manifold through which an inflow of gas mixture (1) enters the unit and a gas outlet side or gas outlet manifold through which a gas outflow (2) exits the unit, the gas pathway between the inflow (1) and the outflow (2) being confined in the unit to pass through at least one layer (5). Said layers (5) are arranged in the unit such that the inflow (1) passes through the inlet face (17), subsequently through the particular sorbent material located in the cavity of the respective layer (5), subsequently to exit the respective layer (5) through the outlet face (18) to form the gas outflow (2). The layers are arranged such that inlet faces (17) of adjacent layers (5) are facing each other enclosing gas inlet channels (3) and such that outlet faces (18) are facing each other enclosing gas outlet channels (4), and the mean distance between inlet faces (17) and/or outlet faces (18) defining said channels (3, 4), measured in a direction essentially perpendicular to a main gas inflow direction and a main gas outflow direction, respectively, is in the range of 0.5-5 cm. Further the length of the inlet face (17) and/or of the outlet face (18) in a direction parallel to the main gas inflow direction (1) and the main gas outflow direction (2), respectively, is at least ten times larger than distance (d) between the sheets (6) in the layer (5).

5. WOWO/2014/169373 - PROCESS FOR GENERATING HYDROGEN USING PHOTO-CATALYTIC COMPOSITE MATERIAL23.10.2014
B01J 35/12
PCT/CA2014/000352GHANDI, KhashayarGHANDI, Khashayar
The present disclosure relates to a photo-catalytic composite material and a process for generating hydrogen gas using the photo-catalytic composite material. The disclosure also relates to processes for preparing the photo-catalytic composite material, and an apparatus for using the material to measure gas evolution or consumption. The photo-catalytic composite material comprises (a) at least one semi-conductive material; and (b) at least one conductive polymer. The semi-conductive material is preferably TiO2 and the conductive polymer is preferably a polypyrrole.

6. WOWO/2014/170200 - METHODS FOR PRODUCTION OF LIQUID HYDROCARBONS FROM ENERGY, CO2 AND H2O23.10.2014
C10G 2/00
PCT/EP2014/057267SANNER, GunnarSANNER, Gunnar
Energy uploading method transferring energy into liquid hydrocarbon comprising the steps a) preparing a mixture of hydrogen and carbon monoxide from carbon dioxide, H2O and energy, b) reacting said mixture to form liquid hydrocarbon, c) transferring heat energy from the formed liquid hydrocarbon to the carbon dioxide and or the H2O.

7. WOWO/2014/172041 - IMPROVED METHOD FOR DESTRUCTION OF REDUCIBLE CONTAMINANTS IN WASTE OR GROUND WATER23.10.2014
C02F 1/42
PCT/US2014/028357BLUFLOW TECHNOLOGIES, INC.FARONE, William, A.
A method of decreasing the concentration of certain contaminants in liquids by the chemical reduction of the contaminant using a hydride. A suitable reactor is charged with the contaminated liquid. An amount of catalyst and then an amount of hydride are added to the reactor. The hydride reacts with the contaminant in the liquid, chemically reducing and thus destroying a portion of the contaminant and thereby reducing the concentration of the contaminant in the liquid. Additional hydride can be added to further reduce the concentration to meet a desired level.

8. WOWO/2014/172029 - SWEETENING OF NATURAL GAS BY MEMBRANE CONTACTOR23.10.2014
B01D 53/14
PCT/US2014/022290GAS TECHNOLOGY INSTITUTEZHOU, Shaojun
An exemplary embodiment can be a process for sweetening natural gas to liquefied natural gas specifications. The process can include providing a membrane contactor having a lumen side and a shell side. A feed natural gas is introduced to the lumen side of the membrane contactor. An absorption solvent is introduced to the shell side of the membrane contactor. CO2 and H2S are removed with the absorption solvent from the feed natural gas resulting in a sweetened natural gas containing less than 50 ppmv CO2 and less than 4 ppmv H2S. Corresponding or associated systems for such sweetening of natural gas are also provided.

9. WOWO/2014/172038 - HYDROGEN PRODUCTION PROCESS23.10.2014
C01B 3/02
PCT/US2014/027007LINDE AKTIENGESELLSCHAFTTAMHANKAR, Satish, S.
A method is disclosed for producing high purity, high pressure hydrogen from a low pressure synthesis gas production process. The low pressure synthesis gas is produced from steam or carbon dioxide reforming of hydrocarbons, autothermal reforming of hydrocarbons or partial oxidation of hydrocarbons. The resulting low pressure synthesis gas mixture is fed to an electro-chemical cell wherein hydrogen is separated from the low pressure synthesis gas mixture and subjected to compression and high pressure; high purity hydrogen is recovered from the electro-chemical cell.

10. WOWO/2014/170203 - METHODS FOR PRODUCTION OF LIQUID HYDROCARBONS FROM METHANE AND CO223.10.2014
C01B 3/32
PCT/EP2014/057272SANNER, GunnarSANNER, Gunnar
A liquid hydrocarbon production method comprising a) reacting methane with water to form syngas containing hydrogen, b) reacting a part of the hydrogen with carbon dioxide to form methane and water, c) supplying said methane and water obtained from carbon dioxide to the syngas forming reaction and d) reacting the remaining syngas to form liquid hydrocarbons is disclosed.


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