Category: Technology Licenses
Created On: 2022-04-28
Record Count: 7
- Energy Resources & Svcs
- Energy & Environment
- Alternative and Renewable Energy
- Environmental Control
- Waste Treatment
- Oil & Gas Extraction
- Gaseous Fuel
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IPSCIO Record ID: 4558
As part of the Separation Agreement, the parties also amended their 2010 License Agreement to provide Licensor with on-going royalties from Licenseeâ€™s sale of engines utilizing the licensed technology.
It is worldwide in territory and exclusive for the specific applications of stationary waste heat recovery (WHR) and waste-to-power (WtP). Specifically Licensor grants exclusive rights to the Licensee for all the Licensed Technology including the Cyclone Engines and Components, and their designs and specifications, for the specific Applications defined above.
This exclusivity shall not exclude Licensor from pursuing and participating in development contracts, government grants and other similar projects which are meant to further the development of the Licensed Technology generally. Licensee shall maintain the commercial rights to manufacture, market and sell the Licensed Products which arise from such development projects, as they pertain to the stated Applications of this License.
Waste heat recovery (WHR) is the use of thermal energy (heat) as produced by machines or equipment that do work or in other processes that use energy and create heat that would otherwise be expelled into the atmosphere or used as another by-product;
Waste-to-power (W2P), includes as examples the incineration, gasification, pyrolysis, torrefication, conversion to syngas, or bio-digestion of bio-waste, municipal waste, commercial/home garbage, biomass, wood/wood pellets, waste/used fuels (i.e., used motor or food oils); the flaring of gasses such as methane from landfills, animal waste digestors, and oil field stranded gas; and similar uses. Unless subsequently agreed by the parties, the Applications exclude the use of refined (i.e., â€œspecâ€) bio-fuels.
The word â€œstationaryâ€ as used throughout herein, refers to systems that are not used on automotive vehicles or for other mobile vehicle applications. â€œStationaryâ€ may include WHR or W2P systems that are mounted to a flatbed truck, shipping container, pallet or other similar platform to allow for portability or mobility.
IPSCIO Record ID: 27720
The majority of the remaining NGL is comprised of methane which, if further processed, can produce pipeline grade natural gas for use in stationary and vehicular engines utilizing Licensor's Fueled By Flare dual fuel solution. A portion of the NGL being processed is sold as fuel, emulsifiers/dilutants or as feed stock to be further processed by refiners.
The proprietary NGL capture and recovery process captures and converts a higher percent of the gases at these remote and stranded well sites, with its mobile and modular design, when compared to other competitive capture technologies.
The Licensee has been granted the right to commercialize the Licensor's proprietary Natural Gas Liquid process technology, including purchasing substantially all of the operating assets including two existing mobile NGL operating systems currently servicing remote or stranded well-sites for an E&P company in the Bakken region.
IPSCIO Record ID: 28037
The use of a burner unit to create heat energy is typically the first of a number of steps in which the heat energy is generated for use in a multiplicity of residential, commercial or industrial settings, ranging from simple one-step residential and light commercial applications where the heat energy is used merely to heat air or water, such as the case of space or water heaters, to complicated industrial multi-step applications where the heat energy is subsequently converted into one or more other forms of energy. An illustration of a multi-step industrial application would be electricity generation, where a public utility company first burns oil, natural gas or coal to create heat energy, then uses this form of energy to heat water in a boiler system to create steam energy, then uses this form of energy to run a turbine to create mechanical energy, and ultimately uses this form of energy to create a magnetic field to generate electrical energy.
IPSCIO Record ID: 25930
1. Energy recovery from capacitor waste heat of water from the atmosphere
2. Energy recovery from capacitor waste heat of refrigeration and air conditioning systems
3. Energy recovery from the waste heat of block-type thermal power stations [2 initials]4. Energy recovery from the waste heat of industrial heat processes
5. Energy recovery from the heat of exhaust and sewage streams
IPSCIO Record ID: 6109
IPSCIO Record ID: 7120
Licensed Technology means Licensor's proprietary technology related to a heat regenerative engine that uses water as the working fluid as well as the lubricant and includes any Information, inventions, Innovations, discoveries, improvements, ideas, know-how, developments, methods, designs, reports, charts, drawings, diagrams, analyses, concepts, technology, records, brochures, instructions, manuals, programs, manufacturing techniques, expertise, inventions whether or not reduced to practice or the subject of a patent application, test-protocols,. test results, descriptions, parts lists, bills of materials, documentation whether in written or electronic format, prototypes, molds, models, assemblies, and any similar intellectual property and information, whether or not protected or protectable by patent or copyright, any related research and development information, inventions, trade secrets, and technical data in the possession of Licensor that is useful or is needed in the design or manufacture of such heat regenerative engine that uses water as the working fluid as well as the lubricant as identified and incorporated herein by reference and which may be amended from time to time by the parties.
This includes without limitation, U.S. Patent Application Serial No. 111225,422, entitled Heat Regenerative Engine, filed September 14, 2005, all patents that may issue under this patent application and their divisions, continuations, continuation-in-patis, reissues, reexaminations, inventor's certificates, utility models, patents of addition, extensions, as well as certain research and development information, inv ntions, know-how, and technical data that relate to and/or are disclosed in said patent application, and any other patent applications, patents divisions, continuations, continuation-in-parts, reissues, reexaminations, inventor 's certificates, utility models, patents of addition, extensions that may issue or be filed that relate to said Licensed Technology and/or said Patent Application.
The Licensor is the primary sub-contractor on this project, and will be providing a 10kW Cyclone engine to power the unit. The Licensor is contracted to receive approximately $700,000 in development fees over the course of this contract, with our engines to be delivered in August 2012. The term of this Agreement continues for six months after the delivery of the engines to the Licensee, and does not contain other termination provisions.
Engine is an eco-friendly external combustion engine with the power and versatility to run everything from portable electric generators and garden equipment to cars, trucks and locomotives. Engine is a modern day steam engine, ingeniously designed to achieve high thermal efficiencies through a compact heat-regenerative process, and to run on virtually any fuel – including bio-diesels, syngas or solar – while emitting fewer greenhouse gases and irritating pollutants into the air.
As of July 2011, the Licensee received a $1.4 million contract from the U.S. Army / TARDAC division, to develop a prototype auxiliary power unit for the Abrams M1 Main Battle Tank, Bradley Fighting Vehicle and Stryker Armored Vehicle.
Licensed Products means products in the Field of Use (asÂ· hereafter defined) made using in any manner the Licensed Technology in the Territory which may be amended by mutual agreement of the parties from time to time to include additional products. Licensed Product specifically excludes, without limitation, motive power and/or generator units in the automotive and truck industries.
IPSCIO Record ID: 4489
The Licensor will grant the Licensee the rights to the Process for a period of 20 years effective the date of signature by both parties. The parties agree to negotiate in good faith for a renewal of an additional 20 years by specific territory and the specific implementation of the process.
The Process System consists of pre-processing equipment, two oil conversion systems, two secondary distillation systems, two chloride removal systems and associated storage containers. A Plant is defined as an operating facility consisting of two such Systems.
Twin Reactor Pyrolysis Converting System (GETH Process)
Process description over view
The tires and plastic to oil process is composed of a combination of three processes that have been placed in line so that they operate as one complete system. These processes will be further described throughout the narrative. The first system is the Pyrolysis Induction system. This converts tire and plastic feedstock into sweet crude oil. The second system is what is called a secondary distillation process. This equipment is directly hooked up to the Pyrolysis converter and flows oil into a secondary reactor, then through the distillation process to further refine the oil. This is accomplished by running the oil through a secondary heat signature. The last piece of equipment is the Catalyst filtration system. The oil is directly hooked up to this system; the oil is re-heated to 500 deg F and is then processed through a catalyst media that removes any residual organic chloride. From here the oil is moved into the finished product storage vessels.
The Twin Reactor system consists of two rotational reactor chambers that are operated via an Electrical Heated Induction process. Each reactor is operated independently. The system is controlled by a semi-computerized process controller that monitors heat at three different zones on the reactor. As the feed stock material temperature rises it turns into a vaporous gas, which in turn moves through a separation chamber. At the separation chamber there are four specific activities that take place. The first stage of feed stock vaporization. This takes place around 700 deg F. Oil that is heavier than air is released to a contained reservoir that stores the heavy oil; the second stage â€œlight oilâ€ is fully vaporized and is moved to the condensing vessels where it turns into light sweet crude oil. The third and last by product that is emitted from the separator is carbon black that is released through a valve gate at the bottom of the separator. The carbon black goes into a contained storage vessel, which is sealed so that the carbon black is fully captured without it becoming air borne. Once the gases are fully vaporized and condensed into oil it is move onto the main storage vessel. The last by product is residual gases that are processed through a filtration process to clean in residual carbon; the gas is then compressed into LPG storage vessels.The entire process is a closed loop system that contains and processes vaporâ€™s and gases throughout the entire process. At no time are there any gases or vapors emitted into the atmosphere. The reactor chamber hatch is closed and sealed throughout the entire process cycle; it is only opened once all of the vapors and gases have been evacuated from the reactor chamber. There is a main check valve in place between the reactor and the separator that prevents any gases or vapors from flowing back into the reactor chamber. All the by-products are separated into their own specific storage vessels until they are shipped. All products will be shipped by certified transporters. The transporters have all the necessary pumps and valve systems to eliminate any vapors or emissions from being released into the atmosphere during tanker loading process.