TEXTILE DESIZING PRETREATMENT METHOD  

Abstract of  WO2016058257 (A1)

Disclosed is a textile desizing pretreatment method, belonging to the technical field of textile dyeing and finishing, and designed in order to solve the problems of conventional desizing processes, such as high water consumption and large wastewater discharge. The method comprises the following steps: A. a surfactant is dissolved in a mixed solution of ethanol and water; B. a desizing enzyme is added to the mixed solution, which is stirred until the system is clarified to obtain a desizing working solution; C. the desizing working solution is placed into a supercritical carbon dioxide fluid handling system; D. the desizing working solution uses the supercritical carbon dioxide medium to form a microemulsion; desizing pretreatment is performed on the textile under the conditions of a temperature of 30 DEG C to 95 DEG C, a pressure of 6 MPa to 30 MPa, and a total desizing time of 0.5 h to 24.0 h. The present invention has a simple process and achieves textile desizing pretreatment; by means of controlling reaction parameters such as temperature, pressure, and treatment time, the desizing efficiency of the enzyme in the supercritical carbon dioxide medium is improved, and the invention is energy-saving and environmentally friendly.

METHOD FOR ENZYME DESIZING COTTON IN A SUPERCRITICAL CARBON DIOXIDE FLUID
Abstract of  WO2016058252 (A1)
Disclosed is a method for enzyme desizing cotton in a supercritical carbon dioxide fluid, belonging to the technical field of textile dyeing and finishing, and designed in order to solve the problems of conventional desizing processes, such as high energy consumption and detriment to the environment. The enzyme desizing method comprises the following steps: A. an appropriate amount of surfactant is dissolved in a mixed solution of alcohol and water having a volume ratio of 1:2 to 1:5; B. a desizing enzyme having a weight of 0.1% to 20% of the weight of the cotton product to be processed is added to the mixed solution, which is stirred until the system is clarified, to obtain a desizing working solution; C. the desizing working solution is placed into a desizing liquid storage kettle of an enzyme desizing apparatus, and the enzyme desizing apparatus is placed into a supercritical carbon dioxide fluid handling system having a circulating apparatus; D. after closing the system, the circulating apparatus is activated; under the conditions of a certain supercritical fluid, the desizing working solution enzymatically treats the slurry of the cotton product to be processed. The present invention achieves enzyme desizing pretreatment of a cotton product in a supercritical carbon dioxide fluid, and is energy-saving and environmentally friendly.

METHOD FOR COMBINED EFFECT ON FORMATIONS CONTAINING HYDROCARBONS AND/OR SOLID ORGANIC SUBSTANCES AND DEVICE FOR IMPLEMENTING SAID METHOD  

Abstract of  RU2576267 (C1)
FIELD: oil and gas industry.SUBSTANCE: group of inventions relates to oil and gas industry. Method for action on productive formations containing hydrocarbons and/or solid organic substance involves formation of working agent represented by water, which is mainly insupercritical state (SC-water), and subsequent spontaneous injecting working agent in productive formations. Working agent is formed on surface of well in ground generator of SC-water containing unit for enrichment of formed SC-water with exothermal oxidation catalyst. Working agent enriched with said catalyst is supplied via product with insulation in well and/or downhole zone of exothermic oxidation reactions in SC-water, wherein well and/or downhole fed by separate product lines reactants - organic compounds and organic compounds oxidising agent, providing additional heating and additional pressure increase above pre-formed working fluid due to exothermic oxidation reactions in SC-water to produce carbon dioxide (CO), in a supercritical state, then finally formed spontaneous working agent is injected into formation.EFFECT: technical result of intensification of production of deep natural bitumen and heavy oil and oil low-permeable rocks, as well as for in-bed generation synthetic hydrocarbons from solid organic substance - kerogen.11 cl, 2 dwg


 

SUPERCRITICAL FLUID EXTRUDED FOOD PRODUCT

Abstract not available for KR20160008244 (A) 
Abstract of corresponding document: WO2014193669 (A1)

An expanded food product made using supercritical fluid extrusion is disclosed. The food product comprises particular characteristics that demonstrate a light, porous, crispy texture has been obtained.


 

SUPERCRITICAL WORKING FLUID CIRCUIT WITH A TURBO PUMP AND A START PUMP IN SERIES CONFIGURATION  

Abstract not available for KR20150143402 (A) 
Abstract of corresponding document: US2014050593 (A1)

Aspects of the invention provided herein include heat engine systems, methods for generating electricity, and methods for starting a turbo pump. In some configurations, the heat engine system contains a start pump and a turbo pump disposed in series along a working fluidcircuit and configured to circulate a working fluid within the working fluid circuit. The start pump may have a pump portion coupled to a motor-driven portion and the turbo pump may have a pump portion coupled to a drive turbine. In one configuration, the pump portion of the start pump is fluidly coupled to the working fluid circuit downstream of and in series with the pump portion of the turbo pump. In another configuration, the pump portion of the start pump is fluidly coupled to the working fluid circuit upstream of and in series with the pump portion of the turbo pump.

SAMPLE COLLECTION DEVICE, SUPERCRITICAL FLUID DEVICE, AND SAMPLE COLLECTION METHOD  

Abstract of  WO2016046990 (A1)

A sample collection device according to an embodiment of the present invention collects, in a collection vessel, a sample contained in a movable phase including a supercritical fluid or liquefied gas. This sample collection device according to an embodiment of the present invention is equipped with: a pressure vessel in which a discharge port for the movable phase and the collection vessel are accommodated, and which is kept at a pressure not lower than the pressure at which the supercritical fluid or liquefied gas liquefies; and a pressure control valve for adjusting the pressure inside the pressure vessel.

 

CENTRIFUGAL COMPRESSOR  

Abstract of  WO2016051835 (A1)

This centrifugal compressor for compressing a gas-phase or supercritical-phase fluid is provided with: a rotary shaft; an axial flow path which extends along the axial direction of the centrifugal compressor; a radial flow path which communicates with the axial flow path and extends along the radial direction of the centrifugal compressor at the downstream side of the axial flow path; an impeller which is at least partially disposed in the radial flow path and is configured to rotate with the rotary shaft and increase the pressure of the fluid flowing in the radial flow path; and a precompression section which is disposed in the axial flow path at an upstream position away from the front edge of the impeller and is configured to precompress the fluid introduced to the front edge of the impeller.

 

GAS-LIQUID SEPARATOR AND SUPERCRITICAL FLUID DEVICE

Abstract of  WO2016042618 (A1)

The gas-liquid separator according to an embodiment of the present invention separates a moving phase comprising a gas and a liquid into a gas and a liquid. The gas-liquid separator according to an embodiment of the present invention is provided with an introduction flow channel where the moving phase is introduced and multiple discharge flow channels connected to said introduction flow channel. Gas and liquid are discharged from the discharge ports of said discharge flow channels.

 

GAS TURBINE EQUIPMENT

Abstract of  WO2016035297 (A1)

Provided is gas turbine equipment with which it is possible to suppress a decrease in efficiency, deterioration of instruments, damage to instruments, and so forth. Gas turbine equipment according to an embodiment has a combustor, a turbine, a heat exchanger, a cooler, a separator, and a pressurizing part. A mixed fluid discharged from the turbine passes through the heat exchanger and the cooler cools the mixed fluid that has passed through the heat exchanger. The separator separates the mixed fluid that has been cooled in the cooler into carbon dioxide gas and liquid-phase water in which carbon dioxide is dissolved. The pressurizing part pressurizes the carbon dioxide gas supplied thereto from the separator so as to reach a supercritical state, and supplies the pressurized carbon dioxide gas to the heat exchanger. In the heat exchanger, heat exchange occurs between the carbon dioxide pressurized in the pressurizing part and the mixedfluid discharged from the turbine, and the carbon dioxide that has undergone heat exchange is supplied to the combustor in thesupercritical state. In addition, the separator is configured so as to remove impurities from the mixed fluid.

METHOD FOR PRODUCING CYCLIC ETHER AND METHOD FOR RECYCLING IONIC LIQUID USED THEREFOR
Abstract of  JP2015224247 (A)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide an environmentally friendly method for producing a cyclic ether, by which a cyclic ether including isosorbide can be obtained in a short time and in
high yield without using a 
supercritical fluid and a high pressure reactor, and to provide a method for recycling an ionic liquid used therefor.SOLUTION: The method for producing a cyclic ether comprises a step of carrying out a dehydration reaction of a polyhydric alcohol by heating by a microwave a polyhydric alcohol having at least three or more hydroxyl groups to 100 to 300 DEG C with an ionic liquid used as a reaction solvent. Also provided is a method for recycling the ionic liquid used therefor.
 


SIMULTANEOUS ANALYTICAL METHOD OF SAMPLE CONTAINING COMPOUNDS HAVING DIFFERENT POLARITIES
Abstract of  JP2015215320 (A)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a simultaneous analytical method of a hydrophilic compound and a hydrophobic compound.SOLUTION: A analytical method uses a chromatograph that comprises: a moving phase liquid feeding part; a separation column arranged in an analysis channel of the moving phase liquid feeding part; a sample injection part injecting a sample to the analysis channel between the moving phase liquid feeding part and the separation column; a detector detecting a sample component eluted from the separation column; and a back-pressure valve arranged downstream of the separation column with respect to flow of the moving phase of the analysis channel. The method includes the steps of: changing the compositions of supercritical fluid and a modifier in the moving phase sent from the moving phase liquid feeding part over a range from a supercritical fluid-excess state where the moving phase comes into a supercritical state to a modifier-excess state where the moving phase comes into a liquid state, so as to temporally change a ratio of the modifier to the supercritical fluid in the moving phase; injecting the sample by the sample injection part; and detecting the sample component eluted from the separation column with the detector.

FLAME IONIZATION DETECTION FOR SUPERCRITICAL FLUID CHROMATOGRAPHY EMPLOYING MATCHED SEPARATION COLUMN AND FLAME BURNER
Abstract of  JP2015206787 (A)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide flame based detection methods for compressed mobile phase chromatography.SOLUTION: A method of matching a chromatographic column with a flame ionization detector inner burner for carbon dioxide based chromatography, such as supercritical fluid chromatography, includes providing a chromatographic column, determining an optimal mobile phase flow rate for the chromatographic column, calculating an optimal inner diameter of the inner burner that is combined with the internal diameter and flow rate of the column to produce optimal detector performance, and providing a flame ionization detector inner burner having an inner diameter substantially equal to the calculated optimal inner diameter.
MANUFACTURING METHOD OF IGNITION COIL FOR INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINE
Abstract of  JP2015201469 (A)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide an ignition coil manufacturing method capable of forming a resin impregnant body around a secondary coil with high quality.SOLUTION: The manufacturing method of an ignition coil for an internal combustion engine includes: a preloading step of applying a preload to a cavity space with which the secondary coil is set within a cavity; and a resin supplying step of throwing a molten substance hybrid fluid in which a supercritical fluid is molten, into the cavity space after the preloading step. In accordance with the manufacturing method, in particular, the molten substance hybrid resin fluid is thrown into the cavity space in the resin supplying step while continuing pressure control for preventing the supercritical fluid from being vapor-phased.

SUPERCRITICAL FLUID CHROMATOGRAPH HAVING NORMAL PHASE AND REVERSE PHASE AND ANALYTIC METHOD USING THE SAME
Abstract of  JP2015194363 (A)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To achieve simultaneous analysis of a hydrophilic compound and a hydrophobic compound.SOLUTION: A tandem column in which a normal phase column and a reverse phase column are connected in series, a mixed column in which a normal phase carrier and a reverse phase carrier are mixed and filled in the column, or, a hybrid column in which a layer of the normal phase carrier and a layer of the reverse phase carrier are constructed, is used, as a separation column of a supercritical fluid chromatograph.



SEPARATION METHOD OF TRIACYLGLYCEROL
Abstract of  JP2015175747 (A)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a method of separating optical isomers of triacylglycerol with a simple device configuration.SOLUTION: A sample containing triacylglycerol is injected into an analytical flow channel for feeding a moving phase containing a supercritical fluid, and optical isomers of the triacylglycerol are separated using an analytical column filled with an amylose dielectric substance. The moving phase contains methanol as a modifier.


TRANSPLANTABLE MICROBIAL CELLULOSE MATERIAL FOR VARIOUS MEDICAL APPLICATIONS
Abstract of  JP2015163679 (A)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a transplantable microbial cellulose as tissue closure enhancement, buttress for soft tissue enhancement, accretion barrier, joint cartilage restoration and pericardial patch, and as a medicament for tissue restoration or regeneration or as a carrier vehicle for transmittance of other active substances.SOLUTION: There are provided a method for preparation of a microbial cellulose including a step of drying the microbial cellulose by supercritical fluid drying and a step of pressurizing the dried microbial cellulose, and a new microbial cellulose simultaneously having a tensile strength of at least 80 N and an absorption property of at least 1 g/20 cm. There is further provided the microbial cellulose which is produced from Acetobacter xylinum and is sterilized by irradiation of ionization radiation, by steam and pressure or by ethylene oxide.

GRAPHENE SHEET COMPOSITION
Abstract of  JP2015157728 (A)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a graphene sheet composition with a high content of graphene sheets of 2-3 layers.SOLUTION: According to one embodiment of the present invention, a graphene sheet composition comprises graphene sheets of 2-3 layers, a total content of the graphene sheets of 2-3 layers is higher than a content of a graphene sheet of each layer of 4-20 layers, a content of graphene is 0%, and the composition is obtained by treatment of graphite in a supercritical fluid.


METHOD FOR CLEANING AND DRYING SEMICONDUCTOR SUBSTRATE
Abstract of  JP2015149384 (A)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a method for cleaning and drying a semiconductor substrate capable of efficiently removing cleaning fluid by suppressing the occurrence of falling down or collapse of a pattern when the cleaning liquid is dried after cleaning the substrate without using a special device, such as treating the cleaning liquid in a supercritical state.SOLUTION: Disclosed is a method for cleaning and drying the semiconductor substrate on which a pattern is formed. The method for cleaning and drying a semiconductor substrate includes the steps of: (1) cleaning the semiconductor substrate on which the pattern is formed; (2) substituting the cleaning liquid using a composition solution containing resin (A) to be decomposed by either an acid and heat or both of them; and decomposing and removing the resin (A) by either an acid and heat or both of them.

EXTERNAL PREPARATION FOR SKIN
Abstract of  JP2015143205 (A)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide an external preparation for skin which is natural origin, is excellent in biosafety, improves rough and dry skin, atopic dermatitis, acne, wrinkles and sagging of the skin, and tension and gloss of the skin, and also stains and freckles, or exerts the preventive and improving effects of skin damage caused by external factors such as ultraviolet light, and keeps the skin youthful and healthy, by an anti-oxidant effect, an anti-inflammatory effect, a skin turnover normalization effect, a barrier function improving effect, and a sebum secretion inhibitory effect.SOLUTION: An external preparation for skin contains extract of the plants belonging to Paeoniaceae Paeonia, extract of the plants belonging to Rosaceae Prunus, and extract of the plants belonging to Lamiaceae Perilla. Specifically, the external preparation for skin contains the extracts extracted by dipping method or supercritical fluid extraction and the like, with various solvents, using as raw material plants the entire plant, each part of it, and the seed, etc. of Paeoniae Radix, Paeonia japonica, Paeonia obovata, and Paeonia suffruticosa belonging to Paeonia, Amygdalus persica L., Japanese apricot, Prunus salicina, etc. belonging to Prunus, and Perilla frutescens var. crispa, Perilla frutescen var. crispa, Perilla frutescens var. crispa f. crispa, and f. rosea (G. Nicholson) Kudo, etc. belonging to Perilla.


2016.01-04
 Patent

SAMPLE COLLECTION DEVICE, SUPERCRITICAL FLUID DEVICE, AND SAMPLE COLLECTION METHOD  
Abstract of  WO2016046990 (A1)

A sample collection device according to an embodiment of the present invention collects, in a collection vessel, a sample contained in a movable phase including a supercritical fluid or liquefied gas. This sample collection device according to an embodiment of the present invention is equipped with: a pressure vessel in which a discharge port for the movable phase and the collection vessel are accommodated, and which is kept at a pressure not lower than the pressure at which the supercritical fluid or liquefied gas liquefies; and a pressure control valve for adjusting the pressure inside the pressure vessel.

ACTIVE SURFACE CLEANING FOR A SENSOR
Abstract of  WO2016044007 (A1)
An integrated approach for cleaning an active surface of a petrochemical sensor. Sensors in the petrochemical industry are often deployed in locations where they are prone to fouling. By heating the active surface fouling substances may be removed from the active surface. Heating the surface above a supercritical point of a fluid being sensed may create a fluid that may serve to clean the active surface. Limiting the duration of the applied heating and/or pulsing the heating may mitigate adverse effects of use of high temperatures. A doped active surface, such as a doped diamond window may be designed to have conductive areas in the window that may be used for resistive heating of the window.

GAS-LIQUID SEPARATOR AND SUPERCRITICAL FLUID DEVICE
Abstract of  WO2016042618 (A1)
The gas-liquid separator according to an embodiment of the present invention separates a moving phase comprising a gas and a liquid into a gas and a liquid. The gas-liquid separator according to an embodiment of the present invention is provided with an introduction flow channel where the moving phase is introduced and multiple discharge flow channels connected to said introduction flow channel. Gas and liquid are discharged from the discharge ports of said discharge flow channels.

TREATMENT OF PRODUCED WATER FOR SUPERCRITICAL DENSE PHASE FLUID GENERATION AND INJECTION INTO GEOLOGICAL FORMATIONS FOR THE PURPOSE OF HYDROCARBON PRODUCTION
Abstract of  CA2923227 (A1)
Water, for example produced water, is treated to make it more suitable for use in an oil field recovery process. In the oil filed recovery process, the treated water is pressurized and heated to supercritical conditions in a steam generator, preferably a Once Through Steam Generator (OTSG), to result in a supercritical dense phase fluid, which is then injected into oil bearing formations for the purpose of enhanced oil production. The treatment includes softening and decarbonation. The water is preferably acidified before decarbonation. There may be a step of sulfate removal. Softening may be by ion exchange or membrane separation. Sulfate may be removed by ion exchange.

Mineral carbonate looping reactor for ventilation air methane mitigation  
Abstract of  AU2014289972 (A1)
A method and apparatus for removing methane from ventilation air in a mining situation is provided by a carbonation reactor CAR (1) which reacts a ventilation air methane stream VAR with a carbon dioxide scavenger to form a mineral carbonate which is passed to a calcination reactor CAL (2) in which a regeneration reaction decomposes the mineral carbonate back to a mineral or mineral oxide. Additional heat may be added to the CAL (2) by steam (7), solar energy (6) or by burning drainage gas, natural gas, or coal. Steam or supercritical fluid given off by the CAR (1) can be utilized for heating, cooling, or energy generation. The carbon dioxide scavenger can be any metal, metal oxide, mineral or mineral waste having a carbonation tendency, used in the process referred to as "Mineral Carbonate Looping Reactor" (MCLR), or can be stone dust from the mining site used in the process referred to as "Stone Dust Looping Reactor" (SDLR).

Multistage cellulose hydrolysis and quench with or without acid  
Abstract of  NZ616833 (A)
Disclosed is a method of increasing the level of C6 monosaccharides and C6 oligosaccharides produced from lignocellulosic biomass, comprising: providing lignocellulosic biomass, comprising: a first solid fraction comprising: cellulose; and lignin; and a first liquid fraction; optionally, separating said first solid fraction and said first liquid fraction; mixing said first solid fraction with water to form a slurry; pre-heating said slurry to a temperature of about 210 DEG C to about 240 DEG C at a pressure of about 225 bar to about 250 bar; contacting said slurry with a second reaction fluid to form a second reaction mixture comprising: a second solid fraction comprising: lignin; and a second liquid fraction comprising: a soluble C6 saccharide selected from the group consisting of C6 monosaccharides, C6 oligosaccharides, and mixtures thereof; wherein said second reaction fluid comprises supercritical water and, optionally, carbon dioxide; wherein said second reaction fluid is at a temperature of at least about 373 C under a pressure sufficient to maintain said second reaction fluid in supercritical form; and reducing the temperature of said second reaction mixture to a temperature less than about 140 C; and optionally, hydrolysing said second liquid fraction to form a composition comprising at least one C6 saccharide selected from the group consisting of C6 oligosaccharide having lower mer units, glucose, galactose, mannose, fructose, and mixtures thereof.

Lignin production from lignocellulosic biomass  
Abstract of  NZ616832 (A)
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The disclosure relates to a method of preparing lignin from lignocellulosic biomass, comprising: providing lignocellulosic biomass at a first pressure and at a first temperature, lignocellulosic biomass comprising insoluble lignin, soluble C6 saccharides and soluble lignin, reducing said first temperature to at least about 1 DEG C above the glass transition temperature of lignin under said first pressure then reducing the pressure in less than about 1 second to precipitate said soluble and form a mixture comprising insoluble lignin, precipitated lignin and soluble C6 saccharides. The disclosure also relates to lignin processed from lignocellulosic biomass using supercritical or near critical fluid extraction.

SUPERCRITICAL FLUID CHROMATOGRAPHY SYSTEM  
Abstract of  WO2016028521 (A2)
languageAlbanianBulgarianChineseCroatianCzechDanishDutchEstonianFinnishFrenchGermanGreekHungarianIcelandicItalianJapaneseKoreanLatvianLithuanianMacedonianNorwegianPolishPortugueseRomanianRussianSerbianSlovakSloveneSpanishSwedishTurkish       
Provided is a supercritical fluid chromatography system, and components comprising such a system, including one or more of a supercritical fluid chiller, a supercritical fluid pressure-equalizing vessel, and a supercritical fluid cyclonic separator. The supercritical fluid chiller and the use of the chiller allow efficient and consistent pumping of liquid-phase gases employing off-the-shelf HPLC pumps in the supercritical chromatography system using liquid-phase gas mobile phase. The pressure equalizing vessel allows the use of off the shelf HPLC column cartridges in the supercritical chromatography system. The cyclonic separator efficiently and effectively allows for separation of sample molecules from a liquid phase or gas phase stream of a supercritical fluid.

METHOD OF PRODUCING PARTIALLY PURIFIED EXTRACELLULAR METABOLITE PRODUCTS FROM BACILLUS COAGULANS AND BIOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS THEREOF  
Abstract of  PH12015502025 (A1)
languageAlbanianBulgarianChineseCroatianCzechDanishDutchEstonianFinnishFrenchGermanGreekHungarianIcelandicItalianJapaneseKoreanLatvianLithuanianMacedonianNorwegianPolishPortugueseRomanianRussianSerbianSlovakSloveneSpanishSwedishTurkish       
Disclosed is a method for producing partially purified extracellular metabolite preparation from the probiotic bacterial strain Bacillus coagulans SBC-37 (Deposited in the Microbial Type Culture Collection and Gene Bank as strain number MTCC 5856) exhibiting 99 pcnt genetic homology with the known bacterial strains Bacillus coagulans ATCC 31284, Bacillus coagulans NBRC 3887 and Bacillus coagulans ATCC 7050. Also disclosed is the anti-microbial profile of said extracellular metabolite preparation against a panel of microbial pathogens, including synergistic anti-microbial effects of preparation when combined with a synergistic preservative blend comprising from about 61 pcnt w/w of thymol, about 38 pcnt of monolaurin and about 1 pcnt w/w of magnolol obtained from supercritical fluid extracts of Magnolia officinalis. The extracellular metabolite preparation alone or the combination of said extracellular metabolite preparation and preservative blend also inhibits microbial biofilm formation in a synergistic manner.

SUPERCRITICAL CARBON DIOXIDE PROCESS FOR LOW-K THIN FILMS  
Abstract of  WO2016007874 (A1)
The present disclosure generally relates to apparatus and methods for forming a low-k dielectric material on a substrate. The method includes various substrate processing steps utilizing a wet processing chamber, a solvent exchange chamber, and a supercritical fluid chamber. More specifically, a dielectric material in an aqueous solution may be deposited on the substrate and a solvent exchange process may be performed to prepare the substrate for a supercritical drying process. During the supercritical drying process, liquids present in the solution and remaining on the substrate from the solvent exchange process are removed via sublimation during the supercritical drying process. The resulting dielectric material formed on the substrate may be considered a silica aerogel which exhibits a very low k-value.

AN INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINE HEAT ENERGY RECOVERY SYSTEM  
Abstract of  WO2016000016 (A1)
An internal combustion engine heat energy recovery system (1) comprises a first heat exchanger (20) arranged in heat communication with at least one heat energy source of an internal combustion engine (10) and with a working fluid of the system (1) for the transfer of heat energy from the heat energy source to the working fluid of the system (1). A turbine (30) is arranged in fluid communication with the working fluid heated in the first heat exchanger (20) for the expansion of the working fluid to produce shaft power. A second heat exchanger (40) is arranged in heat communication with the expanded working fluid to remove waste heat therefrom and transfer it to an external source such as the atmosphere. A first compressor (50) is arranged in fluid communication with the working fluid exiting the heat exchanger for increasing the pressure of the cooled working fluid prior to its entry into the first heat exchanger (20). The working fluid of the system is a substantially supercritical fluid.

METHOD FOR COMBINED EFFECT ON FORMATIONS CONTAINING HYDROCARBONS AND/OR SOLID ORGANIC SUBSTANCES AND DEVICE FOR IMPLEMENTING SAID METHOD  
Abstract of  RU2576267 (C1)
FIELD: oil and gas industry.SUBSTANCE: group of inventions relates to oil and gas industry. Method for action on productive formations containing hydrocarbons and/or solid organic substance involves formation of working agent represented by water, which is mainly in supercritical state (SC-water), and subsequent spontaneous injecting working agent in productive formations. Working agent is formed on surface of well in ground generator of SC-water containing unit for enrichment of formed SC-water with exothermal oxidation catalyst. Working agent enriched with said catalyst is supplied via product with insulation in well and/or downhole zone of exothermic oxidation reactions in SC-water, wherein well and/or downhole fed by separate product lines reactants - organic compounds and organic compounds oxidising agent, providing additional heating and additional pressure increase above pre-formed working fluid due to exothermic oxidation reactions in SC-water to produce carbon dioxide (CO), in a supercritical state, then finally formed spontaneous working agent is injected into formation.EFFECT: technical result of intensification of production of deep natural bitumen and heavy oil and oil low-permeable rocks, as well as for in-bed generation synthetic hydrocarbons from solid organic substance - kerogen.11 cl, 2 dwg

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DYNAMICALLY VULCANIZED THERMOPLASTIC ELASTOMER FILM 
 Publication info:WO2012125195 (A1) 2012-09-20  Priority date:2011-03-11
Abstract:A dynamically vulcanized alloy containing an elastomer and a thermoplastic resin is prepared by a process wherein supercritical fluid is injected into the thermoplastic elastomeric material as the material is mixed in an extruder. The material is mixed under conditions such that the thermoplastic elastomeric material is dynamically vulcanized wherein the elastomer forms a discontinuous dispersed of small particles in a continuous phase of the thermoplastic resin. The DVA material may then be directly formed into film or sheets by the use of at least one set of rolls located adjacent to the extruder outlet.
 
APPLICATION OF SUPERCRITICAL FLUID TECHNOLOGY FOR MANUFACTURING SOFT TISSUE REPAIR MEDICAL ARTICLES    Publication info:
CA2770169 (A1) 2012-09-11  Priority date:2011-03-11 
Abstract:A process for grafting polymers onto or within a substrate material is disclosed. The process includes exposing the substrate to a supercritical fluid composition including one or more aliphatic cyclic polyesters and a catalyst.

Supercritical fluid extraction method for anti-oxidant from angelica 
  Publication info:TW201215445 (A) 2012-04-16  Priority date:2010-10-05
Abstract:A supercritical fluid extraction method for anti-oxidant of angelica comprises: taking the root of angelica for extraction, and decreasing the water content of the root under 5%; extracting the anti-oxidant of the root using supercritical carbon dioxide under conditions of 200 to 650 bar and 50 to 65 DEG C for 1 to 2 hours to obtain an extract.

SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR MANAGING THERMAL ISSUES IN ONE OR MORE INDUSTRIAL PROCESSES. 
   Publication info:MX2012000059 (A) 2012-06-01  Priority date:2009-06-22
Abstract: The present invention generally relates to a system that enables one to both: (i) address various thermal management issues (e.g., inlet air cooling) in gas turbines, gas turbine engines, industrial process equipment and/or internal combustion engines; and (ii) yield a supercritical fluid-based heat engine. In one embodiment, the present invention utilizes at least one working fluid selected from ammonia, carbon dioxide, nitrogen, or other suitable working fluid medium. In another embodiment, the present invention utilizes carbon dioxide or ammonia as a working fluid to achieve a system that enables one to address inlet cooling issues in a gas turbine, internal combustion engine or other industrial application while also yielding a supercritical fluid based heat engine as a second cycle using the waste heat from the gas turbine and/or internal combustion engine to create a combined power cycle.
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SYSTEM FOR EFFICIENT FLUID DEPRESSURISATION. 
  Publication info:MX2011013360 (A) 2012-06-01  Priority date:2009-06-11
Abstract: The present invention relates to a system for depressurisation of high pressure pipeline fluids. The system may provide for net power generation without the pressurised fluid undergoing liquefaction or solidification or unacceptable temperature reduction as a result of a Joule-Thompson process. The system is particularly relevant for depressurising high pressure natural gas pipelines in an energy efficient manner whilst making possible net power generation. The system for depressurisation of a pressurised fluid in a pipeline comprises at least one depressuriser for expanding the fluid in the pipeline to a lower pressure; and a transcritical heat pump for circulating a supercritical fluid, wherein the supercritical fluid undergoes cooling so as to release heat for transmission to the pressurised fluid in the pipeline prior to at least one expansion of said pressurised fluid.

Supercritical drying method and supercritical drying system 
   Publication info:TW201209906 (A) 2012-03-01  Priority date:2010-08-30
Abstract: According to an embodiment, a supercritical drying method includes: introducing a semiconductor substrate of which a surface is wet with a supercritical displacement solvent into a chamber; supplying a first supercritical fluid being based on first carbon dioxide to the chamber; supplying a second supercritical fluid which is based on second carbon dioxide to the chamber, after the supplying of the first supercritical fluid; and lowering an inside pressure of the chamber to gasify the second supercritical fluid and to discharge the gasified second supercritical fluid from the chamber. The first carbon dioxide is generated by recovering and recycling the carbon dioxide discharged from the chamber. The second carbon dioxide contains no supercritical displacement solvent or contains the supercritical displacement solvent in a concentration lower than that in the first carbon dioxide.

Method for manufacturing graphene 
  Publication info:TW201144218 (A) 2011-12-16  Priority date:2010-06-15
 Abstract: A method for manufacturing graphene is disclosed, which comprises the following steps: putting graphite and an organic solvent, a surfactant, or a combination thereof in a reaction tank and producing a supercritical fluid in the reaction tank to allow the organic solvent, the surfactant, or the combination thereof to dissolve in the supercritical fluid and to permeate into the graphite; and removing the supercritical fluid by depressurization to form graphene. The method of the present invention has simple steps and reduced consumption of manufacturing time, and also can promote the quality of the resultant graphene in large-scale manufacturing.

Extrusion device with function of high-speed mixing 
  Publication info:TW201144043 (A) 2011-12-16  Priority date:2010-06-01
 Abstract:The invention relates to an extrusion device with function of high-speed mixing. Primarily, a first mixing unit and a second mixing unit are disposed on the front segment and rear segment of the guide tube. Then, the first mixing unit and the second mixing unit are driven by power sources respectively so as to convey materials. Different parameters are set to adjust the first mixing unit and the second mixing unit for actuating with different rotation rate as per different materials; and further, supercritical fluid is guided into the guide tube from exterior to process the mixing with materials evenly. Thereby the reaction can be accelerated instantly and the nature of materials can be changed such that materials can be mixed to reach a reaction area of supercritical state or subcritical state.

Process for extraction of composition of pomelo flower fragrance 
   Publication info:TW201141590 (A) 2011-12-01  Priority date:2010-05-28
Abstract: The present invention relates to a process for extraction of composition of pomelo flower fragrance, particularly to a process for reduction of the water content of pomelo flower and concurrent preservation of pomelo flower fragrance in a closed drying state under a low temperature, and further for extraction of the pomelo flower fragrant substance from pomelo flowers by means of the supercritical fluid (CO2). As a result, a process can be shown in a fast, clean, safe and non-toxic manner, and the extracted substance from the pomelo flowers can be used in industries of food, cosmetics, medicine and pharmacy. Still further, this invention has more economic and safe value and shows more practical efficiency and characteristics in embodiment and usage as a whole.

Substrate processing apparatus 
   Publication info:TW201205708 (A) 2012-02-01  Priority date:2010-04-0
Abstract:  This invention provides a substrate processing apparatus capable of drying a processed substrate while suppressing the occurrence of pattern collapse and pollution. In a liquid tank 32, processed substrates are held in a state being immersed in a liquid. The liquid tank 32 is disposed in a processing space 310 within a processing container 31. The liquid within the liquid tank 32 is substituted by a supercritical fluid so as to conduct a drying processing of the processed substrate. Moving mechanism 352, 353 are adopted to move the liquid tank 32 between a processing location within the processing container 31 and a standby location outside of the processing container. A heating mechanism 312 provided in the processing container 31 converts the fluid into a supercritical state and maintains it in such supercritical state. On the other hand, cooling mechanisms 334, 335 cool the liquid tank 32 that has been moved to the standby location outside of the processing container 31.

Methods for extracting and isolating constituents of cellulosic material 
 Publication info:TW201138920 (A) 2011-11-16  Priority date:2010-03-09 
Abstract:A method for extracting and isolating constituents of cellulosic matter, comprising providing cellulosic matter; contacting the cellulosic matter with a supercritical fluid; separating the supercritical fluid from the cellulosic matter, thereby forming an extract and a raffinate; and separating at least one compound present in the extraction medium by distillation.

COMPRESSION OF A CARBON DIOXIDE CONTAINING FLUID
Publication info:WO2012095724 (A1) 2012-07-19 Priority date:2011-01-14
Abstract
The present invention relates to a method of pressurising a fluid comprising carbon dioxide, the method comprising: obtaining the fluid from a unit 5 for removing carbon dioxide from a process gas; compressing the fluid to a pressure above the critical pressure of carbon dioxide; and cooling the compressed fluid to a temperature above the critical temperature of carbon dioxide to produce a supercritical fluid. The invention further relates to an apparatus 1 for pressurising a fluid comprising carbon dioxide, the apparatus comprising: means 4 for obtaining the fluid from a unit 5 for removing carbon dioxide from a process gas; means 6 for compressing the fluid to a pressure above the critical pressure of carbon dioxide; and means 7 for cooling the compressed fluid to a temperature above the critical temperature of carbon dioxide to produce a supercritical fluid.

XANTHOCERAS SORBIFOLIA OIL, METHOD FOR EXTRACTING AND DETECTING THE SAME
Publication info:WO2012094785 (A1) 2012-07-19 Priority date:2011-01-14
Abstract
Xanthoceras sorbifolia oil, method for extracting and detecting the same. Said Xanthoceras sorbifolia oil is composed of linoleic acid, oleic acid, palmitic acid, stearic acid, eicosadienoic acid, a-linolenic acid, docosahexaenoic acid, ?-linolenic acid and myristic acid. Method for extracting said Xanthoceras sorbifolia oil includes crushing, extracting by organic solvents or supercritical fluid of carbon dioxide.

Method for increasing the water resistance of a porous material, compositions therefore and porous materials treated according to the method
Publication info:AU2010327152 (A1) 2012-06-28 Priority date:2009-12-03
Abstract
The present invention relates to a method for increasing the water resistance of a porous material, in particular wood, in which method a block-polymer comprising at least one hydrophobic block and at least one hydrophilic block, is dissolved in a fluid and applied to the material under supercritical conditions.

UPERCRITICAL OR MIXED PHASE MULTI-PORT FUEL INJECTOR 
 Publication info:WO2012092321 (A1) 2012-07-05  Priority date:2010-12-30
Abstract
A system includes a turbine engine with a fueling system including a valve fluidly coupled to a fuel supply on an upstream side and fluidly coupled to fueling passages on a downstream side. The valve maintains the fuel supply at a pressure greater than an ambient pressure. The system includes nozzle exits corresponding to the fueling passages, and the fueling passages flow fuel from the valve to each of the nozzle exits monotonically downward. The valve is a check valve or a controlled valve. The valve maintains the fuel supply at a pressure such that fuel in the fuel supply is a continuous fluid phase. The fuel leaves the nozzle exits to the combustion chamber of the turbine engine.

DAMPER FOR HIGH-SPEED VERTICAL ROTOR 
 Publication info:RU2405988 (C1) 2010-12-10  Priority date:2009-08-31 
Abstract
FIELD: machine building. ^ SUBSTANCE: damper comprises case with damping fluid. The first damping element is arranged in the form of cylinder with alignment springs in upper part, hingedly resting in lower part of case. The second damping element is arranged in the form of cylinder of stepped shape, lower part of which has larger diametre and is placed into case cavity with damping fluid, and in upper part of lower diametre there is a sliding bearing, which embraces rotor axle with a gap. In the first damping element there is an internal cavity, open on top. The third damping element in the form of cylinder on flexible needle rigidly fixed in cavity base is placed in cavity to form radial damping gaps. Step-bearing for rotor support is rigidly fixed in upper part of the third damping element. ^ EFFECT: invention provides for reliable passage of bend critical frequencies by rotor and stable operation in supercritical area. ^ 6 cl, 1 dwg

METHOD FOR CONTROL OF TIGHTNESS 
 Publication info:RU2386937 (C1) 2010-04-20  Priority date:2009-03-02
Abstract
FFIELD: physics. ^ SUBSTANCE: in process of tightness control the item is placed in tight testing chamber, item cavities are filled with control fluid, item is maintained to accumulate penetrating liquid vapors in chamber, and liquid leak is detected and measured by means of control liquid vapors content registration in volume of testing chamber. According to invention, after filling of cavity with control liquid its temperature and pressure are increased up to values that bring the liquid into supercritical condition. Practical application of method provides for highest effect in control of systems that are operated in mode of high temperatures and pressures of filling liquids. ^ EFFECT: increased sensitivity, quality and reliability of tightness control by liquid medium pressure. ^ 1 dwg, 1 tbl

Results are sorted by date of upload in database  1.  SUPERCRITICAL EXTRACTION OF CHARACTERISTIC FRAGRANT SUBSTANCES IN DIFFERENT FRAGRANT TOBACCO LEAVES         Publication info:WO2012071755 (A1) 2012-06-07  Priority date:2010-11-29 
Abstract
 A supercritical extraction of characteristic fragrant substances in different fragrant tobacco leaves, which involves the following steps : 1) cutting the tobacco leaves into shreds and placing the shreds into an extraction vessel with supercritical CO2 fluid; 2) setting the extraction pressure and extraction temperature of supercritical CO2 fluid about 100 to 350 bar and 35 to 70?, extracting statically the tobacco shreds for 10 to 35 minutes in the condition, then setting the dynamic extracting speed of the supercritical CO2 fluid about 1.0 to 3.5 L/min, and extracting dynamically the tobacco shreds for 5 to 15 minutes; 3)collecting the obtained supercritical CO2 fluid extract, and obtaining the key fragrant substances, which act as the determinants for tobacco fragrance, after completely volatilizing CO2.

METHOD FOR FRACTIONATING OAT, PRODUCTS THUS OBTAINED, AND USE THEREOF 
 Publication info:NZ578590 (A) 2012-02-24  Priority date:2007-02-08
Abstract  
Disclosed is a method of preparing BETA-glucan, protein, starch and lipid concentrates from oat, comprising the steps of: (a) extracting non-heat treated oat with a fluid in a supercritical state, whereby a fat-extracted oat fraction and one or more fat fractions are obtained, (b) dry-milling the fat-extracted oat fraction by impact milling into oatmeal having such a particle size that at least 95 percent of the particles are between 1.0 and 3,000 ìm calculated on the basis of the volume, (c) dividing the thus obtained oatmeal into a first coarse fraction and a first fine fraction, said first coarse fraction comprising a BETA-glucan concentrate having a beta-glucan content of 12 to 50 percent and said first fine fraction comprising a starch concentrate having a starch content of more than 65 percent and said division being performed by using one or more operations selected from sieving and air classification and, optionally, dry milling, (d) dividing said first fine fraction further by sieving or air classification into a second coarse fraction, a second fine fraction and a third fine fraction, said second coarse fraction comprising a beta-glucan concentrate having a beta-glucan content of 25 to 60 percent, said second fine fraction comprising a starch concentrate having a starch content of more than 80 percent, and said third fine fraction comprising a protein concentrate having a protein content of more than 30 percent. Also disclosed is a composition made by the method and the use of a concentrate for use in food stuff the pharmaceutical industry and cosmetics.

OXALIPLATIN NANOPARTICLES AND METHOD FOR PREPARING SAME 
 Publication info:CA2774669 (A1) 2011-03-24  Priority date:2009-09-21 
Abstract  
The present invention relates to oxaliplatin nanoparticles, oxaliplatin being a water-soluble active substance, to a pharmaceutical composition comprising the nanoparticles, and to a method which involves emulsifying a lipid mixture solution, in which solid lipids and a surfactant are mixed, into an aqueous mixture solution in which oxaliplatin and a specific cosolvent are mixed, and removing the solid lipids and the cosolvent using supercritical fluid gas, to thereby prepare orally administrable nanoscale oxaliplatin particles. The oxaliplatin nanoparticles and method for preparing same according to the present invention are advantageous in that oxaliplatin nanoparticles, oxaliplatin being a water-soluble active substance, can be prepared in an economic manner using a supercritical fluid production facility which is relatively inexpensive, and oxaliplatin nanoparticles can be prepared with a high recovery factor through a simple process and can be easily commercialized. In addition, oxaliplatin, which has been thus-far prepared as injectable formulations, is prepared into nanoparticles to enable the development of oxaliplatin oral formulations which are safe to stomach acids and which have improved bioavailability, thereby preventing inconveniences and problems in using injectable formulations, and significantly contributing to the improvement of patient compliance and a reduction in medical expenses.

METHODS AND APPARATUS FOR DETECTING THE CONFINEMENT STATE OF PLASMA IN A PLASMA PROCESSING SYSTEM 
 Publication info:WO2012061711 (A1) 2012-05-10  Priority date:2010-11-04
Abstract  
A processing chamber for post-wet-etch removing of drying fluid (DF) is disclosed. The chamber includes a chamber wall surrounding a processing volume and a plurality of nozzles disposed annularly about the processing volume and arranged into a set of nozzle rows that includes at least one nozzle row. The chamber also includes a plenum and a set of manifolds coupled to the plurality of nozzles to deliver the supercritical CO2 to the plurality of nozzles. Each nozzle has a nozzle outlet directed toward an interior portion of the processing volume and the nozzles are configured to flow the supercritical CO2 toward the substrates in a manner that minimizes recirculation loops and vortices.

HEAVY OIL UPGRADING APPARATUS AND HEAVY OIL UPGRADING METHOD 
 Publication info:CA2774062 (A1) 2011-04-28  Priority date:2009-10-20 
Abstract  
A device and method for reforming a heavy oil are provided with which it is possible to control the degree of progress of the thermal cracking of the heavy oil when the heavy oil is reformed using supercritical water. A reactor (1) is kept at a temperature and a pressure which are equal to or higher than the critical points of water, and a heavy oil is brought into contact with supercritical water. While thermal cracking of the heavy oil is allowed to proceed, the reaction mixture is separated into a first phase comprising heavy-oil matter obtained by the thermal cracking of the heavy oil and supercritical water dissolved in the heavy-oil matter and a second phase comprising supercritical water and light-oil matter extracted and dissolved in the supercritical water. An interface detector (75) detects the level of the interface between the first phase and the second phase in the reactor. A control unit (7) controls, on the basis of the volume of the first phase determined from the level of the interface, the discharge rate of the mixed fluid composed of the heavy-oil matter and the supercritical water dissolved therein, so that the residence time of the heavy-oil matter/supercritical water mixed fluid is a first residence time preset.

Polypropylene ethylene-propylene copolymer blends and in-line process to produce them 
  Publication info:EP2450403 (A1) 2012-05-09  Priority date:2007-12-20 
Abstract
Isotactic polypropylene ethylene-propylene copolymer blends and in-line processes for producing them. The blend of polypropylene and ethylene-propylene copolymer may have between 1 and 50 wt% of isotactic polypropylene with a melt flow rate of between 0.5 and 20,000 g/10 min and a melting peak temperature of 145 DEG C or higher, and wherein the difference between the DSC peak melting and the peak crystallization temperatures is less than or equal to 0.5333 times the melting peak temperature minus 41.333 DEG C, and between 50 and 99 wt% of ethylene-propylene copolymer including between 10 wt% and 20 wt% randomly distributed ethylene with a melt flow rate of between 0.5 and 20,000 g/10 min, wherein the copolymer is polymerized by a bulk homogeneous polymerization process, and wherein the total regio defects in the continuous propylene segments of the copolymer is between 40 and 150% greater than a copolymer of equivalent melt flow rate and wt% ethylene polymerized by a solution polymerization process. The in-line process for producing the blend includes providing two or more parallel reactor trains and a separator for product blending and product-feed separation; wherein the two or more reactor trains operate under fluid phase bulk homogeneous conditions and at least one of the trains operates under supercritical conditions.

METHODS FOR STORING CARBON DIOXIDE COMPOSITIONS IN SUBTERRANEAN GEOLOGICAL FORMATIONS AND AN APPARATUS FOR CARRYING OUT THE METHOD 
 Publication info:WO2012041926 (A2) 2012-04-05  Priority date:2010-09-29
 Abstract
A method and arrangement are proposed for introducing a CO2 composition into a subterranean geological formation for storage of CO2 therein. The CO2 composition is initially injected into the formation using a first set of injection parameters at which the CO2 composition is a supercritical fluid having first viscosity and density values. The injection parameters are then modified such that the CO2 composition is injected into the formation using at least one second set of injection parameters at which the CO2 composition is a supercritical fluid having second viscosity and density values that are different from said first viscosity and density values, wherein said injection parameters include the injection temperature, injection pressure and hydrocarbon content of the CO2 composition.

Arrangement for measuring temperature of e.g. cryogenic hydrogen in cryogenic pressurized tank, has pipeline with wall whose heat is conductively transmitted to sensor during or after guiding of sensor into measuring section via pipeline 
 Publication info:DE102010041993 (A1) 2012-04-05  Priority date:2010-10-05
Abstract  
 The arrangement has an inner container arranged in an outer container, and a vacuum insulation layer for surrounding the inner container. An end-side closed pipeline (1) is provided in the layer and accessible from outside. An electric cable (3) runs within the pipeline and is guided to a temperature sensor (2) arranged in a temperature measuring section (1a) of the pipeline, where the section lies in the inner container. Heat is conductively transmitted from a wall of the pipeline to the sensor during or after guiding of the sensor into the section through the pipeline. An independent claim is also included for a method for measuring temperature of condensed gas or supercritical fluid.

HIGH-PRESSURE DEVICE FOR CLOSING A CONTAINER IN A CLEAN ROOM 
  Publication info:MY136175 (A) 2008-08-29  Priority date:2002-11-26 
Abstract
THE INVENTION RELATES TO A VERY COMPACT DEVICE AND A PROCESS FOR OPERATING CLOSURES OF VESSELS BY MEANS OF ROTATION-SYMMETRIC RECIPROCATING PISTON MECHANISM COMBINED WITH A GUIDE CYLINDER(4) AND MAINLY OPERATED BY A MEDIUM SIMULTANEOUSLY USED AS PROCESS FLUID IN THE PRESSURE VESSEL.THE UPPER FACE OF THE HYDRAULIC PISTON(1) AT LEAST FORMS A PART OF THE VESSEL CLOSURE OR IT IS PROVIDED WITH A RIGID LINK TO SAID CLOSURE. THE IDEAL MEDIUM USED TO DRIVE THE HYDRAULIC PISTON(1) AND TO CARRY OUT OF THE PROCESS IS A SUPERCRITICAL FLUID.FIGURE 1

TOBACCO TREATMENT 
  Publication info:MY136703 (A) 2008-11-28  Priority date:2000-03-10
Abstract
THE INVENTION RELATES TO A METHOD OF TREATING TOBACCO TO REDUCE OR ELIMINATE NITROSAMINES THEREFROM. THE METHOD COMPRISES THE USE OF A SUPERCRITICAL FLUID EXTRACTION MEDIUM AT ELEVATED TEMPERATURE AND PRESSURE TO SELECTIVELY REMOVE NITROSAMINES COMPARED WITH NICOTINE REMOVAL. THE NITROSAMINE CONTENT FOR ALL TOBACCO TYPES CAN BE REDUCED.FIG 1

METHODS FOR STORING CARBON DIOXIDE COMPOSITIONS IN SUBTERRANEAN GEOLOGICAL FORMATIONS AND AN APPARATUS FOR CARRYING OUT THE METHOD 
  Publication info:WO2012041926 (A2) 2012-04-05  Priority date:2010-09-29
Abstract
A method and arrangement are proposed for introducing a CO2 composition into a subterranean geological formation for storage of CO2 therein. The CO2 composition is initially injected into the formation using a first set of injection parameters at which the CO2 composition is a supercritical fluid having first viscosity and density values. The injection parameters are then modified such that the CO2 composition is injected into the formation using at least one second set of injection parameters at which the CO2 composition is a supercritical fluid having second viscosity and density values that are different from said first viscosity and density values, wherein said injection parameters include the injection temperature, injection pressure and hydrocarbon content of the CO2 composition.

HERMETIC TYPE COMPRESSOR 
  Publication info:MY135925 (A) 2008-07-31  Priority date:2002-03-07 
Abstract
A FRONT HEAD (23) OF A CYLINDER (21) AND A MOUNTING PLATE (40) ARE TIGHTLY FIXED TO EACH OTHER. THE MOUNTING PLATE (40) IS WELDED TO A CASING (10). THE MOUNTING PLATE (40) IS MADE OF STEEL CONTAINING 2.0% OR LESS OF CARBON THEREIN. FURTHERMORE, A STATOR CORE (34) OF A COMPRESSOR MOTOR (30) IS WELDED TO THE CASING (10). A HERMETIC TYPE COMPRESSOR IS CONFIGURED IN A HIGH-PRESSURE DOMED TYPE. A SUPERCRITICAL FLUID IS USED AS AN OPERATING FLUID.(FIG 1)

SYSTEM AND PROCESS FOR AN ACTIVE DRAIN FOR GAS-LIQUID SEPARATORS 
  Publication info:WO2012040252 (A2) 2012-03-29  Priority date:2010-09-20 
Abstract
An apparatus and process to effectively create an active drain for high and low pressure gas-liquid separator. The invention accomplishes a deterministic drainage rate of variable volume and viscosity liquid fractions from the separator. The mechanisms and methods thereof create a flow path from the separator that dramatically favors controlled liquid flow over a wide range of flow rates and viscosities while restricting gas flow. The invention is a superior method of drainage over conventional systems that employ pressure, vacuum, isolation valves and/or passive flow restrictors to achieve drainage of the separators. The embodiments are primarily directed to the fields of preparative supercritical fluid chromatography (SFC) and supercritical fluid extraction (SFE). An advantage of one embodiment allows the economical conversion of typical HPLC systems to state of-the-art supercritical fluid chromatography (SFC) systems with minimal modification to system components.

WASTE HEAT RECOVERY IN A CHEMICAL PROCESS AND PLANT, PARTICULARLY FOR THE SYNTHESIS OF AMMONIA 
  Publication info:CA2770242 (A1) 2011-03-10  Priority date:2009-09-03 
Abstract
A method for recovering waste heat in a process for the synthesis of a chemical product, particularly ammonia, where the product is used as the working fluid of a thermodynamic cycle; the waste heat is used to increase the enthalpy content of a high-pressure liquid stream of said product (11), delivered by a synthesis section (10), thus obtaining a vapour or supercritical product stream (20), and energy is recovered by expanding said vapour or supercritical stream across at least one suitable expander (13); the method is particularly suited to recover the heat content of the syngas effluent after low-temperature shift.

PRODUCTION OF FERMENTABLE SUGARS AND LIGNIN FROM BIOMASS USING SUPERCRITICAL FLUIDS 
  Publication info:CA2769746 (A1) 2011-07-28  Priority date:2010-01-19 
Abstract
Methods are disclosed for the continuous treatment of biomass comprising a pretreatment step, wherein said biomass is contacted with a first supercritical, near-critical, or sub-critical fluid to form a solid matrix and a first liquid fraction; and a hydrolysis step, wherein said solid matrix formed in said pretreatment step is contacted with a second supercritical or near-supercritical fluid to produce a second liquid fraction and a insoluble lignin-containing fraction. Also disclosed are apparatuses for the continuous conversion of biomass comprising a pretreatment reactor and a hydrolysis reactor associated with said pretreatment reactor.

Process and equipment for supporting a porous substrate during treatment 
  Publication info:GB2483798 (A) 2012-03-21  Priority date:2010-09-16 
Abstract
A process and an associated assembly 100 for supporting a porous media 24, such as an expanded polytetrafluoroethylene membrane (ePTFE), during a treatment which exposes the media to a fluid that modifies at least one property of the media 24. The assembly 100 includes a supporting core 58. The media 24 is wrapped in a plurality of layers about the core 58 to form a first roll 60 of the media. The assembly 100 includes first securement mechanisms 62 exerting diametrical pressure on the ends of the first roll 60 to prevent fluid flow axially out of the ends of the first roll 60. An additional amount of the media 24 is then wrapped in a plurality of layers about the first roll 60 to form a second roll 64 of the media 24. The assembly 100 includes second securement mechanisms 66 exerting diametrical pressure on the ends of the second roll 64 to prevent fluid flow axially out of the ends of the second roll 64. The assembly 100 may be part of equipment 20. Properties to be modified include hydrophobicity, oleophobicity and surface energy, and may involve treatment with for example supercritical carbon dioxide, heat or pressure.

Method for extracting lignite wax 
  Publication info:AU2010278595 (A1) 2012-03-08  Priority date:2009-07-27 
Abstract
Method for extracting lignite wax is provided, which includes the following steps: a) coal powder is treated in subcritical or supercritical fluid in the presence of a catalyst so as to obtain semi-coke containing lignite wax; b) a solvent which is capable of dissolving lignite wax is used to leach the lignite wax from semi-coke. Optionally, hydrogen can be added in step a).

SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR MANAGING THERMAL ISSUES IN ONE OR MORE INDUSTRIAL PROCESSES 
 Publication info:CA2766637 (A1) 2010-12-29  Priority date:2009-06-22 
Abstract
The present invention generally relates to a system that enables one to both: (i) address various thermal management issues (e.g., inlet air cooling) in gas turbines, gas turbine engines, industrial process equipment and/or internal combustion engines; and (ii) yield a supercritical fluid-based heat engine. In one embodiment, the present invention utilizes at least one working fluid selected from ammonia, carbon dioxide, nitrogen, or other suitable working fluid medium. In another embodiment, the present invention utilizes carbon dioxide or ammonia as a working fluid to achieve a system that enables one to address inlet cooling issues in a gas turbine, internal combustion engine or other industrial application while also yielding a supercritical fluid based heat engine as a second cycle using the waste heat from the gas turbine and/or internal combustion engine to create a combined power cycle.

A COMPRESSIBLE FLUID PUMPING SYSTEM 
 Publication info:CA2766408 (A1) 2010-01-21  Priority date:2008-06-24 
Abstract
An invention is claimed that enables the pumping of compressible fluids at high pressures when an accurate flow is desired. Two pressure sources, for example pumps plumbed in series, separate thermodynamic work, such as pressurization, at the first pressure source from a volumetric or matter metering function in the second pressure source. One example is a flowstream delivery for a chemical instrumentation system that is manufactured from relatively unsophisticated pumps yet delivers precise flows with low pulsation (<1%) over pressures greater than 100 bar. An advantage of one embodiment allows the economical conversion of typical HPLC systems to state of-the-art supercritical fluid chromatography (SFC) systems with minimal modification to system components.


SYSTEM FOR EFFICIENT FLUID DEPRESSURISATION 
 Publication info:CA2765166 (A1) 2010-12-16  Priority date:2009-06-11
Abstract
The present invention relates to a system for depressurisation of high pressure pipeline fluids. The system may provide for net power generation without the pressurised fluid undergoing liquefaction or solidification or unacceptable temperature reduction as a result of a Joule-Thompson process. The system is particularly relevant for depressurising high pressure natural gas pipelines in an energy efficient manner whilst making possible net power generation. The system for depressurisation of a pressurised fluid in a pipeline comprises at least one depressuriser for expanding the fluid in the pipeline to a lower pressure; and a transcritical heat pump for circulating a supercritical fluid, wherein the supercritical fluid undergoes cooling so as to release heat for transmission to the pressurised fluid in the pipeline prior to at least one expansion of said pressurised fluid.

SUPERCRITICAL NOBLE GASES AND COLORING METHODS 
 Publication info:WO2012018351 (A1) 2012-02-09  Priority date:2010-08-06 
Abstract
A coloring system can include a noble gas, colorant, and one or more vessels configured to convert the noble gas into a supercritical fluid, and/or receive and color an article of manufacture with the noble gas in the supercritical fluid state. A coloring process can include converting a noble gas into a supercritical fluid state; dissolving, suspending, or absorbing a colorant into the supercritical noble gas, and coloring an article of manufacture with the noble gas in the supercritical fluid state. A coloring composition can include a noble gas in a supercritical fluid state, and a colorant located in the supercritical noble gas.

SUPERCRITICAL NOBLE GASES AND CLEANING METHODS 
 Publication info:WO2012018349 (A1) 2012-02-09  Priority date:2010-08-06
Abstract
A cleaning system can include a noble gas, and one or more vessels configured to convert the noble gas into a supercritical fluid, and/or receive and clean an article of manufacture with the noble gas in the supercritical fluid state. A cleaning process can include converting a noble gas into a supercritical fluid state; and cleaning an article of manufacture with the noble gas in the supercritical fluid state so as to remove one or more contaminates from the article of manufacture. A cleaning composition can include a noble gas in a supercritical fluid state, and a textile article of manufacture having one or more contaminates located in the supercritical noble gas.

METHOD OF MANUFACTURING SUBSTANCES BY SUPERCRITICAL FLUID CHROMATOGRAPHY 
 Publication info:EP2414823 (A2) 2012-02-08  Priority date:2009-04-02
Abstract
Provided is a method of manufacturing target substances with use of supercritical fluid chromatography, by which the following are achieved: solution of a problem at the time of sequential injections of samples containing the target substances; an increase of a treatment amount of separation per unit time; and improvement of efficiency in separation. The method includes the steps of: injecting the sample containing the target substances into a mobile phase; and returning composition of the mobile phase to a pre-change state after changing the composition of the mobile phase.; The step of returning the composition of the mobile phase to the pre-change state after changing the composition of the mobile phase is performed during a period of time from detection of a peak of one of the target substances which is eluted latest from a column among the target substances separated by the supercritical fluid chromatography apparatus to injection of the next sample, whereby the problem is solved.

APPARATUS FOR PROCESSING MATERIALS AT HIGH TEMPERATURES AND PRESSURES 
 Publication info:WO2012016033 (A1) 2012-02-02  Priority date:2010-07-28
Abstract
An apparatus for processing materials at high temperatures comprises a high strength enclosure; a plurality of high strength radial segments disposed adjacent to and radially inward from the high strength enclosure; a liner disposed adjacent to and radially inward from the radical segments; a chamber defined interior to the liner; a heating device disposed within the chamber; and a capsule disposed within the chamber, the capsule configured to hold a supercritical fluid. The apparatus may be used for growing crystals, e.g., GaN, under high temperature and pressure conditions 

SUPERCRITICAL NOBLE GASES AND COLORING METHODS 
 Publication info:WO2012018351 (A1) 2012-02-09  Priority date:2010-08-06 
Abstract
A coloring system can include a noble gas, colorant, and one or more vessels configured to convert the noble gas into a supercritical fluid, and/or receive and color an article of manufacture with the noble gas in the supercritical fluid state. A coloring process can include converting a noble gas into a supercritical fluid state; dissolving, suspending, or absorbing a colorant into the supercritical noble gas, and coloring an article of manufacture with the noble gas in the supercritical fluid state. A coloring composition can include a noble gas in a supercritical fluid state, and a colorant located in the supercritical noble gas.

SUPERCRITICAL NOBLE GASES AND CLEANING METHODS 
 Publication info:WO2012018349 (A1) 2012-02-09  Priority date:2010-08-06
A cleaning system can include a noble gas, and one or more vessels configured to convert the noble gas into a supercritical fluid, and/or receive and clean an article of manufacture with the noble gas in the supercritical fluid state. A cleaning process can include converting a noble gas into a supercritical fluid state; and cleaning an article of manufacture with the noble gas in the supercritical fluid state so as to remove one or more contaminates from the article of manufacture. A cleaning composition can include a noble gas in a supercritical fluid state, and a textile article of manufacture having one or more contaminates located in the supercritical noble gas.

APPARATUS FOR PROCESSING MATERIALS AT HIGH TEMPERATURES AND PRESSURES 
 Publication info:WO2012016033 (A1) 2012-02-02  Priority date:2010-07-28 
Abstract
An apparatus for processing materials at high temperatures comprises a high strength enclosure; a plurality of high strength radial segments disposed adjacent to and radially inward from the high strength enclosure; a liner disposed adjacent to and radially inward from the radical segments; a chamber defined interior to the liner; a heating device disposed within the chamber; and a capsule disposed within the chamber, the capsule configured to hold a supercritical fluid. The apparatus may be used for growing crystals, e.g., GaN, under high temperature and pressure conditions.

AIR-CONDITIONING APPARATUS 
 Publication info:EP2413056 (A1) 2012-02-01  Priority date:2009-03-26
Abstract
An air-conditioning apparatus 100 has at least one intermediate heat exchanger 15 that exchanges heat between a refrigerant changing in two phases or a refrigerant in a supercritical state and a heat medium such as water and anti-freezing fluid different from the refrigerant, a refrigeration cycle in which a compressor 10, a heat-source side heat exchanger 12, at least one expansion valve 16, and a refrigerant-side channel of the intermediate heat exchanger 15 are connected via a pipeline through which the refrigerant flows, and a heat-medium circulation circuit in which a heat-medium side channel of the intermediate heat exchanger 15, a pump 21, and a use-side heat exchanger 26 are connected via a pipeline through which the heat medium flows, in which in the heat-medium circulation circuit, a fourth temperature sensor 34 that detects a temperature of the heat-medium flowing out of the use-side heat exchanger 26 is provided, and leakage of the heat medium from the heat-medium circulation circuit is detected on the basis of a change amount of a detected temperature of the fourth temperature sensor 34.


A hybrid power generation system and a method thereof 
 Publication info:EP2410153 (A2) 2012-01-25  Priority date:2010-07-23
Abstract
A hybrid power generation system (10) includes a gas turbine engine system (12) and a supercritical rankine cycle system (14). The gas turbine engine system (12) includes a first compressor (18), an intercooler (34), and a second compressor (20). A first compressor (18) is configured to compress an inlet airflow (30) to produce a first outlet airflow (32) at a first pressure. An intercooler (34) is coupled to the first compressor (18) and configured to cool the first outlet airflow (32) exiting the first compressor (18) to produce a second outlet airflow (36). A second compressor (20) is coupled to the intercooler (34) and configured to compress the second outlet airflow (36) exiting the intercooler (34) to produce a third outlet airflow (38) at a second pressure. The supercritical rankine cycle system (14) is coupled to the gas turbine engine system (12). The supercritical rankine cycle system (14) is coupled to the intercooler (34) to circulate a working fluid in heat exchange relationship with the first outlet airflow (32) to heat the working fluid at a supercritical pressure from a first temperature to a second temperature above a critical temperature of the working fluid and to cool the first outlet airflow (32) exiting the first compressor (18).

SEPARATION METHOD AND APPARATUS. 
 Publication info:MX2011004967 (A) 2011-08-17  Priority date:2008-11-14
Abstract
A separation method and apparatus that separates a component from a feed stream by use of a membrane in which separation is driven, at least in part, by a sweep stream. The sweep stream may be pumped to a supercritical pressure and then heated to at least near supercritical temperature, at least in part, through heat exchange with a component laden sweep stream being discharged from the membrane. A multi-component mixture can also be used that will produce the sweep stream as a vapor as a result of the heat exchange. The component laden sweep stream, due to cooling through the indirect heat exchange, will form a two- phase fluid that can be phase separated into a vapor phase enriched in the component that can be taken as a product and a residual liquid that can be recirculated in the formation of the sweep stream in the liquid state. In one embodiment the component is hydrogen.

IMPROVEMENTS IN OR RELATING TO FLOATATION DEVICES. 
 Publication info:MX2011004661 (A) 2011-09-21  Priority date
Abstract
A floatation device (100) is provided comprising a buoyancy chamber (110); a cryogen reservoir (210); and a heating pipe (310) providing switchable fluid communication between the cryogen reservoir (210) and the buoyancy chamber (110). A method of raising an item from the seabed is also provided. The method comprising the steps of lowering a floatation device (100) to the seabed; attaching the floatation device (100) to the item to be raised; creating a supercritical fluid within a portion of the floatation device (100); and allowing the floatation device (100) and the item to rise to the surface using the buoyancy of the supercritical fluid to raise the item to the surface.

Bioeffective krill oil compositions 
 Publication info:AU2011213836 (A1) 2011-09-15  Priority date:2011-08-23 
Abstract
BIOEFFECTIVE KRILL OIL COMPOSITIONS Abstract This invention discloses new krill oil compositions characterized by having high amounts of phospholipids, astaxanthin esters and/or omega-3 contents. The krill oils are s obtained from krill meal using supercritical fluid extraction in a two stage process. Stage 1 removes the neutral lipid by extracting with neat supercritical CO 2 or CO2 plus approximately 5% of a co-solvent. Stage 2 extract the actual krill oils by using supercritical CO2 in combination with approximately 20% ethanol. The krill oil materials obtained are compared with commercially available krill oil and found to be more 10 bioeffective in a number of areas such as anti-inflammation, anti-oxidant effects, improving insulin resistances and improving blood lipid profile.

Hydrofluoroalkanes as carrier solvents for timber preservation 
 Publication info:AU2010223852 (A1) 2011-09-22  Priority date:2009-03-13
Abstract
A non-supercritical method for impregnating a refractive timber substrate with an active agent, including preparing an impregnation fluid including a low boiling solvent (methane, ethane, propane, butane, isobutane, fluorinated hydrocarbons such as chlorodifluoromethane (R22), 1,1,1,2-tetrafluoroethane (R134a), 1,1,1-trifluoroethane (R143a), pentafluoroethane (R125), 1,1-difluoroethane (R152a) and difluoromethane (R32).)and an active agent; contacting a refractive timber substrate (eg heartwood of radiata pine, spruce species; Douglas fir, fir, poplar, willow, sapwood of cypress pine and certain eucalypt and pine species such as heartwood of messmate, larch, western red cedar, European oak and American white oak) with said impregnation fluid in a liquid state in an impregnation chamber for a time sufficient to allow said fluid to penetrate the pores of said refractive timber substrate; and removing said impregnation fluid in a liquid state from said impregnation chamber and returning to a reservoir.

METHODS FOR PREVENTING PRECIPITATION OF ETCH BYPRODUCTS DURING AN ETCH PROCESS AND/OR A SUBSEQUENT RINSE PROCESS 
 Publication info:SG173012 (A1) 2011-08-29  Priority date:2009-01-20
Abstract
Methods for processing a microelectronic topography include selectively etching a layer of the topography using an etch solution which includes a fluid in a supercritical or liquid state. In some embodiments, the etch process may include introducing a fresh composition of the etch solution into a process chamber while simultaneously venting the chamber to inhibit the precipitation of etch byproducts. A rinse solution including the fluid in a supercritical or liquid state may be introduced into the chamber subsequent to the etch process. In some cases, the rinse solution may include one or more polar cosolvents, such as acids, polar alcohols, and/or water mixed with the fluid to help inhibit etch byproduct precipitation. In addition or alternatively, at least one of the etch solution and rinse solution may include a chemistry which is configured to modify dissolved etch byproducts within an ambient of the topography to inhibit etch byproduct precipitation.

Method and device for supplying gas 
 Publication info:AU2010223630 (A1) 2011-10-06  Priority date:2009-03-13
Abstract
The invention relates to a method and to a device for supplying gas, wherein a gas mixture is evaporated from a gas supply agent and cryogenic fluid, in that the mixture under pressure in a supply tank is fed through a pressure-reducing valve, so that the mixture is completely evaporated and the vapor is fed to a good for supplying gas. According to a first aspect of the present invention, the mixture is temperature-controlled in the storage tank such that it forms a supercritical fluid. Distillation of the gas supplying agent is thereby prevented. According to a second aspect of the present invention, the evaporated mixture is atomized by adding compressed air, and the ratio between the mixture and the compressed air is adjusted by means of interchangeable vanes and/or adjustable pressure-reducing valves. The ratio between the mixture and the compressed air can thereby be freely varied 

METHODS FOR PREVENTING PRECIPITATION OF ETCH BYPRODUCTS DURING AN ETCH PROCESS AND/OR A SUBSEQUENT RINSE PROCESS 
 Publication info:SG173012 (A1) 2011-08-29  Priority date:2009-01-20 
Abstract
Methods for processing a microelectronic topography include selectively etching a layer of the topography using an etch solution which includes a fluid in a supercritical or liquid state. In some embodiments, the etch process may include introducing a fresh composition of the etch solution into a process chamber while simultaneously venting the chamber to inhibit the precipitation of etch byproducts. A rinse solution including the fluid in a supercritical or liquid state may be introduced into the chamber subsequent to the etch process. In some cases, the rinse solution may include one or more polar cosolvents, such as acids, polar alcohols, and/or water mixed with the fluid to help inhibit etch byproduct precipitation. In addition or alternatively, at least one of the etch solution and rinse solution may include a chemistry which is configured to modify dissolved etch byproducts within an ambient of the topography to inhibit etch byproduct precipitation.

METHODS FOR PREVENTING PRECIPITATION OF ETCH BYPRODUCTS DURING AN ETCH PROCESS AND/OR A SUBSEQUENT RINSE PROCESS 
 Publication info:SG173011 (A1) 2011-08-29  Priority date:2009-01-20 
Abstract
Methods for processing a microelectronic topography include selectively etching a layer of the topography using an etch solution which includes a fluid in a supercritical or liquid state. In some embodiments, the etch process may include introducing a fresh composition of the etch solution into a process chamber while simultaneously venting the chamber to inhibit the precipitation of etch byproducts. A rinse solution including the fluid in a supercritical or liquid state may be introduced into the chamber subsequent to the etch process. In some cases, the rinse solution may include one or more polar cosolvents, such as acids, polar alcohols, and/or water mixed with the fluid to help inhibit etch byproduct precipitation. In addition or alternatively, at least one of the etch solution and rinse solution may include a chemistry which is configured to modify dissolved etch byproducts within an ambient of the topography to inhibit etch byproduct precipitation.

Method and device for supplying gas 
 Publication info:AU2010223630 (A1) 2011-10-06  Priority date:2009-03-13 
Abstract
The invention relates to a method and to a device for supplying gas, wherein a gas mixture is evaporated from a gas supply agent and cryogenic fluid, in that the mixture under pressure in a supply tank is fed through a pressure-reducing valve, so that the mixture is completely evaporated and the vapor is fed to a good for supplying gas. According to a first aspect of the present invention, the mixture is temperature-controlled in the storage tank such that it forms a supercritical fluid. Distillation of the gas supplying agent is thereby prevented. According to a second aspect of the present invention, the evaporated mixture is atomized by adding compressed air, and the ratio between the mixture and the compressed air is adjusted by means of interchangeable vanes and/or adjustable pressure-reducing valves. The ratio between the mixture and the compressed air can thereby be freely varied.

Method for extracting organic compounds from granulated cork 
  Publication info:EP2404647 (A1) 2012-01-11  Priority date:2010-07-08 
Abstract
Organic compounds present in granulated cork are extracted by dispersively applying a supercritical fluid comprising at least two different gases in a supercritical state. This way of extraction performed in an extractor can be combined with a previous extraction using vapor continuously performed in another extractor when moving the cork from one extractor to another using a stopper. Each extractor is further supported on a vibratory base, whereby a more uniform contact of the vapor or supercritical fluid with the granulated cork is obtained. The gases coming from the extraction are recirculated through several recirculation circuits to make the most use of gases. One of the components in which the recirculation consists is a condenser with conical body, providing a higher surface for evaporating the coolant fluid and thereby increasing the condensation of gases.

Rock drilling in great depths by thermal fragmentation using highly exothermic reactions evolving in the environment of a water-based drilling fluid 
  Publication info:AU2009331923 (A1) 2011-08-04  Priority date:2008-12-23 
Abstract
A method and a device to thermally fragment rock for excavation of vertical and directional boreholes in rock formations, preferentially hard rock, using highly exothermic reactions are suggested. Exothermic reactions are initiated directly in the pressurized, aqueous environment of a water-based drilling fluid preferably above the critical pressure of water (221 bar). After reaction onset temperatures within the reaction zone exceed the critical temperature for water (374 DEG C) providing supercritical conditions, which favor the stabilization of the reaction, e.g. a supercritical hydrothermal flame. Since reactions can be run directly in a water- based drilling fluid, the method proposed here allows high density drilling action as in conventional rotary drilling. Apart from that the hot reaction zone of the proposed reaction can be brought directly to the rock surface in case of hard polycrystalline rock, where high temperatures are required. Additionally, alternating cooling (drilling fluid) and heating (reaction) is suggested to further increase drilling performance by enhancing thermal gradients within the rock surface layer. The method and device proposed here aim at uniting advantages of rotary and thermal spallation drilling techniques and allow for combinations thereof.

PROCESS FOR PURIFYING A USED HYDROCARBON-BASED FEEDSTOCK 
  Publication info:WO2011161378 (A1) 2011-12-29  Priority date:2010-06-22 
Abstract
Process for purifying a hydrocarbon-based feedstock, comprising one or more compounds to be eliminated, which comprises the steps: a) of extracting light compounds present within the feedstock; b) of filtering the compounds to be eliminated, in the presence of a supercritical fluid; c) of treating the feedstock using a conversion agent; d) of separating the purified hydrocarbon-based feedstock.

PROCESS AND APPARATUS FOR SEPARATION OF A FLUID MIXTURE 
  Publication info:WO2011160775 (A2) 2011-12-29  Priority date:2010-06-22 
Abstract
The process and the apparatus serve for separation of a fluid mixture. The fluid mixture (1) is supplied to a pressure increase (2) in the liquid state at a first pressure (P1) which is subcritical and a first temperature (T1) which is subcritical. The pressure increase (2) involves bringing the fluid mixture to a second pressure (P2) which is supercritical without a phase transition. Under the second pressure (P2), it is heated (4) to a second temperature (T2) which is supercritical and then subjected to a decompression (7) to a third pressure (P3) which is subcritical. The decompressed fluid mixture (8) is finally supplied to a separation step (9) in which at least one component of the fluid mixture is removed, the separation step being performed at a third temperature (T3) which is subcritical.

PROCESS FOR PRODUCING COATED PARTICLE/被覆粒子の製造方法
  Publication info:JP2011144238 (A) 2011-07-28  Priority date:2010-01-13 
Abstract
PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a process for producing coated particles having sufficiently excellent dispersibility in a gas phase. ; SOLUTION: The process for producing coated particles includes a mixing step of mixing a fluid including particles including at least one kind selected from a metal, a metal oxide, and a ceramic, a silsesquioxane having a functional group having affinity for carbon dioxide, and supercritical carbon dioxide, and a coating step of vacuuming the fluid to render the supercritical carbon dioxide a gas and allowing the silsesquioxane to attach to the particles to obtain coated particles having the particles and the silsesquioxane coating the particles. ; COPYRIGHT: (C)2011,JPO&INPIT

RELEASE AGENT DISPERSION AND TONER USING THE SAME/離型剂分散液及びそれを用いたトナ-
  Publication info:JP2011140570 (A) 2011-07-21  Priority date:2010-01-07
Abstract
PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a method for manufacturing a release agent dispersion containing efficiently uniform release agent particles with small particle size; and to provide a toner for image formation capable of obtaining an excellent image over a long term using the obtained release agent dispersion by the method. ; SOLUTION: The method for manufacturing the release agent dispersion characterized by containing the following steps: a step of dissolving or dispersing at least a release agent in a supercritical fluid or a subcritical fluid to obtain a composition; and a step of ejecting the composition in a liquid medium, rapidly expanding it and depositing it to obtain the release agent dispersion where release agent particles are dispersed. There is also provided a toner using the obtained release agent dispersion by the method for manufacturing the release agent dispersion. ; COPYRIGHT: (C)2011,JPO&INPIT

SYNTHESIS METHOD OF ACROLEIN/アクロレインの合成方法
  Publication info:JP2011136943 (A) 2011-07-14  Priority date:2009-12-28 
Abstract
PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a method for commercially producing acrolein at a large flow rate by causing supercritical water and an acid to interact with glycerine, where the method comprises efficiently mixing high-concentration glycerine with supercritical water thereby suppressing clogging and abrasion of piping and machines caused by generation of a by-product to promote stable synthesis in a high yield. ; SOLUTION: The synthesis method of acrolein comprises causing supercritical water and an acid to interact with glycerine, where a reaction apparatus is used which is equipped with a cylindrical mixing flow path for mixing a fluid comprising glycerin with a fluid comprising supercritical water, a first inlet flow path, disposed offset from the central axis of the mixing flow path, for causing the fluid comprising glycerin to flow into the mixing flow path and a second inlet flow path, disposed offset from the central axis of the mixing flow path, for causing the fluid comprising supercritical water to flow into the mixing flow path, where a plurality of the first inlet flow paths and a plurality of the second inlet flow paths are alternately provided so that they rotate around the central axis of the mixing flow path. ; COPYRIGHT: (C)2011,JPO&INPIT

RESIN PARTICLE AND METHOD OF MANUFACTURING THE SAME
/樹脂粒子及びその製造方法
  Publication info:JP2011127102 (A) 2011-06-30 Priority date:2009-11-18
Abstract
PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a resin particle which is excellent in fixation at a low temperature (fusion at a low temperature) and has a sufficiently narrow size distribution, and to provide a manufacturing method using a nonaqueous solvent such as a liquid or supercritical fluid or an aqueous solvent to obtain the resin particle which has a sufficiently narrow size distribution. ; SOLUTION: The resin particle comprises a fine-grain (A) which is adhered to a surface of a resin particle (B) comprising a resin (b) or which is formed with a film comprising a resin (a) on the surface of the resin particle (B), wherein the fine-grain (A) comprises the resin (a) which has a vinyl monomer (d1) as an essential constituent unit, and the vinyl monomer (d1) has a polyester chain and a number-average molecular weight of 500-100,000. ; COPYRIGHT: (C)2011,JPO&INPIT

PRESSURE CONTROL APPARATUS FOR SUPERCRITICAL FLUID
/超臨界流体用圧力制御装置
  Publication info:JP2011118880 (A) 2011-06-16  Priority date:2009-10-28
Abstract
PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a pressure control apparatus for a supercritical fluid in which pressure fluctuation is small even in measurement which temporally varies analysis conditions for the purpose of separation improvement etc. ; SOLUTION: The pressure control apparatus 10 for the supercritical fluid includes: a valve comprising a valve chamber 12 provided in a channel through which the supercritical fluid passes, and an electrically-operated valve element 16 disposed in the valve chamber 12, a front end of the valve element fitted into the valve chamber 12 when the valve is closed, and retracted from the valve chamber 12 when the valve is opened; a pressure detection means 22 for detecting the pressure of the supercritical fluid in the channel at the upstream or downstream side of the valve chamber 12; an open/close control means 24 for controlling so that the pressure detected by the pressure detection means 22 becomes equal to target pressure; and a valve opening rate adjustment means 30 for adjusting a valve opening rate when the valve is opened based on the state of the supercritical fluid. ; COPYRIGHT: (C)2011,JPO&INPIT

FILM DEPOSITION METHOD, FILM DEPOSITION APPARATUS, AND LAYERED FILM/成膜方法及び成膜装置並びに積層膜
  Publication info:JP2011111676 (A) 2011-06-09  Priority date:2009-11-30
Abstract
PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a film deposition method, a film deposition apparatus, and a layered film capable of improving the adhesiveness of a metal film when depositing the metal film on an insulating film via an intermediate layer. ; SOLUTION: When depositing a layered film 9 on an insulating film 1 on a surface of a substrate 3 by layering a metal layer 7 via an intermediate layer 5 which is a compound layer containing a metal and an oxide, the supercritical film deposition of the compound layer 5 is performed by feeding a supercritical fluid, a raw material forming the metal in the compound layer 5, and a raw material forming an oxide in the compound layer 5 to the substrate 3. When performing the supercritical film deposition, the feed ratio of the raw material forming the metal in the compound layer 5 to the raw material forming the oxide in the compound layer 5 is increased continuously or step by step according as the film thickness is increased. ; COPYRIGHT: (C)2011,JPO&INPIT


METHOD FOR PRODUCING GOLD PARTICLE, GOLD PARTICLE, LASER ABLATION APPARATUS, COLLECTING MEMBER USED THEREFOR AND METHOD FOR PRODUCING PARTICLE
/金微粒子の製造方法、金微粒子、レ-ザアプレ-ション装置、それに用いられゐ取集部材及び微粒子の製造方法 
  Publication info:JP2011105981 (A) 2011-06-02  Priority date:2009-11-16
Abstract
PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a method for producing gold particles by which a large number of large gold particles having a particle size of >=350 nm are generated. ; SOLUTION: A target made of gold is arranged in a chamber of a laser ablation apparatus. Then, supercritical trifluoromethane having a reduced-density of >=0.7 is stored in the chamber. Thereafter, the target is irradiated with laser beam to generate gold particles made of the target through laser ablation. A large number of large gold particles can be generated by selecting trifluoromethane as the supercritical fluid, and setting the reduced-density of the supercritical fluid to be >=0.7. ; COPYRIGHT: (C)2011,JPO&INPIT
METHOD OF PREPARING CATALYST FOR SYNTHESIS OF METHANOL AND METHOD OF PRODUCING METHANOL
/メタノ-ル合成用触媒の製造方法及びメタノ-ルの製造方法
  Publication info:JP2011104458 (A) 2011-06-02  Priority date:2009-11-12 
Abstract
PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a method of preparing a catalyst for synthesis of methanol which catalyst shows a reduced tendency of lowering of the activity, compared with conventional catalysts for low-temperature liquid-phase synthesis of methanol, even when the raw material gas for synthesis of methanol involves carbon dioxide, water, etc. and exerts a higher catalytic activity and a method of synthesizing methanol in a liquid phase by using the catalyst prepared by the method. ; SOLUTION: The method of preparing the catalyst for synthesis of methanol is used in a liquid-phase methanol synthetic reaction in which methanol is synthesized from a raw material gas containing carbon monoxide and hydrogen in the presence of an alcohol solvent. In drying a precipitation obtained from an aqueous solution of a copper (Cu) type catalyst ingredient and a precursor substance of the second catalyst ingredient by coprecipitation, the precipitation is brought in contact with a supercritical fluid. ; COPYRIGHT: (C)2011,JPO&INPIT

METHOD AND DEVICE FOR GASSING 
  Publication info:CA2754983 (A1) 2010-09-16  Priority date:2009-03-13 
Abstract
The invention relates to a method and to a device for supplying gas, wherein a gas mixture is evaporated from a gas supply agent and cryogenic fluid, in that the mixture under pressure in a supply tank is fed through a pressure-reducing valve, so that the mixture is completely evaporated and the vapor is fed to a good for supplying gas. According to a first aspect of the present invention, the mixture is temperature-controlled in the storage tank such that it forms a supercritical fluid. Distillation of the gas supplying agent is thereby prevented. According to a second aspect of the present invention, the evaporated mixture is atomized by adding compressed air, and the ratio between the mixture and the compressed air is adjusted by means of interchangeable vanes and/or adjustable pressure-reducing valves. The ratio between the mixture and the compressed air can thereby be freely varied.

FLUID INJECTION 
  Publication info:CA2754927 (A1) 2010-09-16  Priority date:2009-03-13  
Abstract
A method is described of injecting C02 into an aquifer or a depleted hydrocarbon reservoir (211) via at least one injection well (202) that penetrates said aquifer or reservoir, wherein the injection well is provided with an injection tubing (203) that is in sealing engagement with the injection well. The injection tubing terminates at or immediately above the interval of the aquifer or the reservoir into which the CO2 is to be injected and the injection tubing is provided with a fluid injection control valve (208) at or near the bottom thereof which is closed or closes when the pressure above the valve is less than a pre-set pressure value and opens or reopens when the pressure above the valve is at or greater than said pre-set pressure value, the pre-set pressure value being selected such that the CO2 in the injection tubing is maintained in a liquid or supercritical state.

PROCESS FOR PRODUCING COATED PARTICLE 
  Publication info:JP2011144238 (A) 2011-07-28  Priority date:2010-01-13 
Abstract
PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a process for producing coated particles having sufficiently excellent dispersibility in a gas phase. ; SOLUTION: The process for producing coated particles includes a mixing step of mixing a fluid including particles including at least one kind selected from a metal, a metal oxide, and a ceramic, a silsesquioxane having a functional group having affinity for carbon dioxide, and supercritical carbon dioxide, and a coating step of vacuuming the fluid to render the supercritical carbon dioxide a gas and allowing the silsesquioxane to attach to the particles to obtain coated particles having the particles and the silsesquioxane coating the particles. ; COPYRIGHT: (C)2011,JPO&INPIT

 RELEASE AGENT DISPERSION AND TONER USING THE SAME 
  Publication info:JP2011140570 (A) 2011-07-21  Priority date:2010-01-07 
Abstract
PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a method for manufacturing a release agent dispersion containing efficiently uniform release agent particles with small particle size; and to provide a toner for image formation capable of obtaining an excellent image over a long term using the obtained release agent dispersion by the method. ; SOLUTION: The method for manufacturing the release agent dispersion characterized by containing the following steps: a step of dissolving or dispersing at least a release agent in a supercritical fluid or a subcritical fluid to obtain a composition; and a step of ejecting the composition in a liquid medium, rapidly expanding it and depositing it to obtain the release agent dispersion where release agent particles are dispersed. There is also provided a toner using the obtained release agent dispersion by the method for manufacturing the release agent dispersion. ; COPYRIGHT: (C)2011,JPO&INPIT

SYNTHESIS METHOD OF ACROLEIN 
  Publication info:JP2011136943 (A) 2011-07-14  Priority date:2009-12-28 
Abstract
PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a method for commercially producing acrolein at a large flow rate by causing supercritical water and an acid to interact with glycerine, where the method comprises efficiently mixing high-concentration glycerine with supercritical water thereby suppressing clogging and abrasion of piping and machines caused by generation of a by-product to promote stable synthesis in a high yield. ; SOLUTION: The synthesis method of acrolein comprises causing supercritical water and an acid to interact with glycerine, where a reaction apparatus is used which is equipped with a cylindrical mixing flow path for mixing a fluid comprising glycerin with a fluid comprising supercritical water, a first inlet flow path, disposed offset from the central axis of the mixing flow path, for causing the fluid comprising glycerin to flow into the mixing flow path and a second inlet flow path, disposed offset from the central axis of the mixing flow path, for causing the fluid comprising supercritical water to flow into the mixing flow path, where a plurality of the first inlet flow paths and a plurality of the second inlet flow paths are alternately provided so that they rotate around the central axis of the mixing flow path. ; COPYRIGHT: (C)2011,JPO&INPIT

Producing a molybdenum mixed oxide precursor, comprises producing first and second solution, which contains e.g. niobium- and antimony-containing starting compounds, introducing the solutions into micro-mixed reactor, recovering precursor 
  Publication info:DE102009054229 (A1) 2011-07-28  Priority date:2009-11-23 
Abstract
Producing a molybdenum mixed oxide precursor, comprises: (a) producing a first solution, which contains a molybdenum starting compound and at least one additional metal-containing starting compound including a vanadium-containing, tellurium-containing, antimony-containing and/or tungsten-containing starting compounds; (b) preparing a second solution, which contains a niobium-containing, iron-containing, bismuth-containing and/or antimony-containing starting compounds; (c) introducing the first and the second solution into a micro-mixed reactor; and (d) recovering the precursor. Producing molybdenum mixed oxide precursor, comprises: (a) producing a first solution, which contains a molybdenum starting compound and at least one additional metal-containing starting compound including a vanadium-containing, tellurium-containing, antimony-containing and/or tungsten-containing starting compounds; (b) preparing a second solution, which contains a niobium-containing, iron-containing, bismuth-containing and/or antimony-containing starting compounds; (c) introducing the first and the second solution into a micro-mixed reactor having a mixing/reaction chamber and a temperature controlling device, which is located in the mixing/reaction chamber, where the first and the second solutions are fed into the mixing/reaction chamber of the micro-mixed reactor by separately lying solvent partial streams and are mixed to form molybdenum mixed oxide precursor; and (d) recovering the molybdenum mixed oxide precursor obtained in the step (c) from the mixing/reaction chamber. Independent claims are also included for: (1) molybdenum mixed oxide precursor obtained by the above mentioned method; (2) producing molybdenum mixed oxide material, comprising optionally spray drying or drying, optionally carrying out hydrothermal treatment or additional heat treatment, optionally treating with supercritical carbon dioxide and water, and calcining, and optionally activating the molybdenum mixed oxide precursor, under inert gas or reduced atmosphere at temperatures above 400[deg] C; and (3) producing a nanocrystalline molybdenum mixed oxide material, comprising introducing the molybdenum mixed oxide precursor into the reaction chamber by a carrier fluid, thermally treating the precursor in a treatment zone by a pulsating flow at a temperature of 200-1000[deg] C, forming the nanocrystalline molybdenum mixed oxide material, recovering the molybdenum mixed oxide material from the reaction chamber.

Fabricating porous material, for e.g. cell culture, comprises coating dry particles of polymer by molecule of interest in polymer matrix and treating obtained powder composite by fluid in supercritical state to form porous solid material 
  Publication info:FR2954946 (A1) 2011-07-08  Priority date:2010-01-0
Abstract
Fabricating a porous material comprising at least one molecule of interest in a polymer matrix, comprises: coating dry particles of a polymer by the molecule of interest; and treating powder composite thus obtained by a fluid in supercritical state to form the porous solid material. An independent claim is included for porous material obtained by the process, where the material has a porosity of 80-90 vol.%.

Stirling condenser thermal energy device 
  Publication info:EP2333285 (A1) 2011-06-15  Priority date:2009-11-27 
Abstract
The machine has a working piston (2) movably mounted in a working chamber (1), and a thermal head (3) in fluid connection with the working chamber. Boiling point of working material e.g. butane, pentane or pentafluoropropane (R245fa), is selected such that the material is present in gaseous state in heat areas of the machine and present in liquid state, transcritical phase or supercritical phase in cold areas. A displacement body chamber and a compression chamber are in fluid parallel connection to a superheater (6).

PROCEDURE FOR OBTAINING THE ROSEMARY ANTIOXIDANT EXTRACT 
  Publication info:RSP20080463 (A) 2010-10-31  Priority date:
2008-10-07 
Abstract
Invention herewith described refers to the procedure for obtaining the rosemary antioxidant extract, which is characterized by the fact that this invention includes the following: grinding dried rosemary leaves and sieving to the fractions of particle size 0.3 - 0.5 mm; pre-treatment of ground plant material by
supercritical carbon(IV)-oxide for one hour in the conditions of supercritical fluid extraction; continuous process of extraction with supercritical carbon(IV)-oxide at pressures of 30 MPa and higher and temperatures from 313 K to 373 K; obtaining the total extract that can be separated into antioxidant fraction and fraction of essential oils by evaporation or by using two separators in the process of supercritical extraction (conditions of separation in the first separator wherein the antioxidant fraction is extracted: 305 K, 11.5 MPa; conditions of separation in the second separator wherein the fractions of essential oils are distinguished: room temperature and atmospheric pressure.The advantage of the procedure is the reduced consumption of the supercritical carbon (IV)-oxide and corresponding energy savings achieved by adequate pre-treatment of plant material. In the phase of the plant material pre-treatment with the supercritical fluid, the ground and sifted plant material is exposed to the effects of supercritical carbon(IV)-oxide for the purpose of its swelling. The effect of the supercritical fluid on the morphological structure of the plant material, provides a so-called swelling of the plant material, and that results in a faster diffusion of the solvent with the solute in solid phase.


METHOD FOR FORMING DUAL DAMASCENES WITH SUPERCRITICAL FLUID TREATMENTS/
利用 超臨界流體处理之双镶嵌结构形成方法
 Publication info:TWI299543 (B) 2008-08-01  Priority date:2005-09-30 
Method and system for injecting chemistry into a supercritical fluid/
用以将化品注入超臨界流體中之方法与系统 
 Publication info:TWI307728 (B) 2009-03-21  Priority date:2004-10-01 
RESIN PARTICLE AND METHOD FOR PRODUCING SAME 
 Publication info:WO2011152008 (A1) 2011-12-08  Priority date:2010-05-31 
Abstract
Disclosed is a resin particle having excellent low-temperature fusibility, having a sufficiently narrow size distribution, and that is obtained using a liquid or supercritical fluid. In the resin particle (C), which comprises a microparticle (A) containing a resin (a) being coated to or adhered to the surface of a resin particle (B) that contains another resin or supercritical carbon dioxide (X) at a temperature less than the glass transition temperature or the melting point of the microparticle (A) is no greater than 16%, and with the resin (a) as a constituent unit, the resin particle (C) contains 0.1-50 wt% of a non-crystalline non-halogen vinyl monomer (m1) of which the solubility parameter (SP value: (cal/cm3)1/2) is 7-9.

Extract of Toona sinensis from supercritical fluid extraction for treating diabetes and metabolic/
抗糖尿病及抗新陈代谢病之香椿超临界萃
取物、製备方法及用途
 
Publication info:TW201121559 (A) 2011-07-01  Priority date:2009-12-30
Abstract
The Toona sinensis extract of the present invention is prepared using supercritical fluid technique, wherein the method includes steps of: (a) drying the leaves of T. sinensis; (b) grinding the leaves as particles; and (c) extracting the particles with supercritical carbon dioxide to obtain the T. sinensis extract. This supercritical T. sinensis extract not only can decrease blood sugar level, but also promotes lipid degradation, inhibits the formation of huge lipid droplet and improves
Foaming method for polycondensed polymer. /一种聚缩缩合高分子发泡方法
 Publication info:TW201120105 (A) 2011-06-16  Priority date:2009-12-08  
Abstract
A modification method for a polycondensed polymer is a method for extending the chain of the polymer that has been performed with polycondensation reaction and mainly comprises steps of impregnating the chain extender with a supercritical fluid and heating the mixture to perform the chain extending reaction, and demonstrating the modification to a polycondensed polymer virgin material and is suitable for more applications for the recycled polycondensed polymer material, especially for the application of foaming process such that the life cycle of the polycondensed polymer material can be extended to provide more contribution to the sustainable environment.
A method for extracting active components from pomelo/萃取柚子活性成分之方法
  Publication info:TW201119723 (A) 2011-06-16  Priority date:2009-12-03
Abstract
 A method for extracting active components from pomelo includes a pause-drying step and an extracting step by supercritical fluid. The pause-drying step is processed until water content of pomelo is lower than 20% to obtain a dried pomelo. The pause-drying step can help synthesis of active components and increase amount of active components. The extracting step by supercritical fluid is using CO2 supercritical fluid to extract active components of dried pomelo


Photoelectric conversion device, dye-sensitized solar cell and fabrication method thereof/
发明提供一种光电转換效率高之色素增感太阳能电池
 Publication info:TW201126790 (A) 2011-08-01  Priority date:2011-02-16 
Abstract
The present invention provides a dye-sensitized semiconductor electrode for a high photoelectric conversion efficient dye-sensitized solar cell, a high photoelectric conversion efficient photoelectric conversion device and a dye-sensitized solar cell using the same. The present invention discloses a photoelectric conversion device or a dye-sensitized solar cell having semiconductor electrode, and fabrication method thereof. For the photoelectric conversion device comprising a dye-sensitized semiconductor electrode or dye-sensitized solar cell using the same, the said semiconductor electrode is manufactured by letting semiconductor adsorb a sensitizing dye, a carboxylic acid or both in supercritical carbon dioxide fluid or in a pressurized liquid carbon dioxide.

PROCESS FOR PRODUCTION OF HIGHLY ENRICHED FRACTIONS OF NATURAL COMPOUNDS FROM PALM OIL WITH SUPERCRITICAL AND NEAR CRITICAL FLUIDS 
 Publication info:MY144049 (A) 2011-07-29  Priority date:2006-02-10 
Abstract
THE PRESENT INVENTION RELATES TO ANTIOXIDANTS RICH COMPOSITION WITH POTENT PHYSIOLOGICAL EFFECTS AND ENHANCED BIOAVAILABILITY. THIS COMPOSITION IS A MIXTURE OF THREE ANTIOXIDANTS WHICH ARE TOCOPHEROLS, TOCOTRIENOLS AND GAMMA ORYZANOL. THE FATTY ACIDS COMPOSITION OF THE OILY PHASE USED IN THIS COMPOSITION IS EITHER RICE BRAN OIL EXTRACTED BY ORGANIC SOLVENT OR SUPERCRITICAL FLUID EXTRACTION OR A BLEND OF RICE BRAN OIL AND PALM OIL. THIS FORMULATION HAS A BALANCED RATIO OF SATURATED FATTY ACIDS TO POLYUNSATURATED AND MONOUNSATURATED. ANTIOXIDANTS CONTENT AS WELL AS FATTY ACIDS COMPOSITION OF THIS FORMULATION HAVE SYNERGISTIC EFFECT IN CHOLESTEROL LOWERING EFFECT, REDUCING LIPID PEROXIDATION, IMPROVE ANTIOXIDANT STATUS AND REDUCING THE RISK OF CORONARY HEART DISEASE.

ANTIOXIDANT RICH NUTRACEUTICAL FORMULATION 
 Publication info:MY144287 (A) 2011-08-29  Priority date:2005-01-11 
Abstract
THE PRESENT INVENTION RELATES TO ANTIOXIDANTS RICH COMPOSITION WITH POTENT PHYSIOLOGICAL EFFECTS AND ENHANCED BIOAVAILABILITY. THIS COMPOSITION IS A MIXTURE OF THREE ANTIOXIDANTS WHICH ARE TOCOPHEROLS, TOCOTRIENOLS AND GAMMA ORYZANOL. THE FATTY ACIDS COMPOSITION OF THE OILY PHASE USED IN THIS COMPOSITION IS EITHER RICE BRAN OIL EXTRACTED BY ORGANIC SOLVENT OR SUPERCRITICAL FLUID EXTRACTION OR A BLEND OF RICE BRAN OIL AND PALM OIL. THIS FORMULATION HAS A BALANCED RATIO OF SATURATED FATTY ACIDS TO POLYUNSATURATED AND MONOUNSATURATED. ANTIOXIDANTS CONTENT AS WELL AS FATTY ACIDS COMPOSITION OF THIS FORMULATION HAVE SYNERGISTIC EFFECT IN CHOLESTEROL LOWERING EFFECT, REDUCING LIPID PEROXIDATION, IMPROVE ANTIOXIDANT STATUS AND REDUCING THE RISK OF CORONARY HEART DISEASE.

METHOD FOR PRODUCING RENEWABLE FUELS FROM USED COOKING OIL USING SUPERCRITICAL FLUID 
 Publication info:KR20110115793 (A) 2011-10-24  Priority date:2010-04-16 

EFFICIENT CHILLER FOR A SUPERCRITICAL FLUID CHROMATOGRAPHY PUMP 
 Publication info:WO2011149456 (A1) 2011-12-01  Priority date 2010-05-26 
Abstract
Methods and systems for pumping compressible fluids in high pressure applications such as high-pressure liquid chromatography (HPLC) or supercritical fluid chromatography (SFC) applications are disclosed. An improved cooling device for a pump head for use in a supercritical fluid chromatography (SFC) system is described. A system for chilling a pumping system, includes a Peltier cooling element in thermal contact with a pump head, wherein the cooling element chills the pump head and a mobile phase fluid flowstream prior to the mobile phase fluid entering the pump; a fluid-cooled heat exchanger, attached to the Peltier cooling element, which removes heat from the cooling element using a circulating fluid; and a second heat exchanger which cools the circulating fluid.

Supercritical fluid separation and concentration of micro algae healthcare ingredients by adding cosolvent 
 Publication info:TW201041638 (A) 2010-12-01  Priority date:2009-05-22 

Method of preparing 6-shogaol from Zingiber Officinal by using supercritical fluid 
 Publication info:TW201041639 (A) 2010-12-01  Priority date:2009-05-21 

Method for forming foaming article of polymer 
 Publication info:TW201040218 (A) 2010-11-16  Priority date:2009-05-06 

Method for forming nano-pores on transparent conductive oxide film 
 Publication info:TW201041040 (A) 2010-11-16  Priority date:2009-05-01 

METHODS AND APPARATUS FOR PROCESSING CELLULOSIC BIOMASS 
 Publication info:US2011287502 (A1) 2011-11-24  Priority date:2008-05-22 

FOAMS, INCLUDING MICROCELLULAR FOAMS, CONTAINING COLLOIDAL PARTICULATES 
 Publication info:WO2011146858 (A2) 2011-11-24  Priority date:2010-05-21 

FOAM OR PARTICLES FOR APPLICATIONS SUCH AS DRUG DELIVERY 
 Publication info:WO2011146852 (A2) 2011-11-24  Priority date:2010-05-21 

METHODS AND SYSTEMS FOR CO2 SEQUESTRATION 
 Publication info:WO2011146082 (A2) 2011-11-24  Priority date:2010-05

CERAMIC BODY AND METHOD FOR PRODUCING SAME 
 Publication info:WO2011145455 (A1) 2011-11-24  Priority date:2010-05-21 

METHOD FOR ADSORPTION OF DYE TO METAL OXIDE PARTICLE BY SUPERCRITICAL FLUID 
 Publication info:KR20110100519 (A) 2011-09-14  Priority date:2010-03-04 

THE PREPARATION METHOD OF DIFLUOROMETHANE USING HYDRODECHLORINATION IN SUPERCRITICAL FLUID PHASE 
 Publication info:KR20110098086 (A) 2011-09-01  Priority date:2010-02-26 


Ethosuximide microparticle and its preparation method and use
甲乙琥珀亞胺微粒及其製造方法及用途
 Publication info:TW201117808 (A) 2011-06-01  Priority date:2009-11-16 
 Abstract
An ethosuximide microparticle and its preparation method and use are provided. The ethosuximide microparticle, having increasing pharmaceutical usefulness, is obtained by the application of a supercritical fluid. The optimal operating conditions are presented.

Carminic acid microparticle and its preparation method and use/胭脂蟲酸微粒及其製造方法及用途
 Publication info:TW201117732 (A) 2011-06-01  Priority date:2009-11-16  
 Abstract
A Carminic Acid microparticle and its preparation method and use are provided. The Carminic Acid microparticles, having improved dissolution rate and polymorphs, were obtained by the application of a supercritical fluid.

vSubstrate treating device and method/基板處理装置及基板处理方法 
 Publication info:TW201118935 (A) 2011-06-01  Priority date:2009-07-01 
Abstract
This invention provides a substrate treating device and method that can treat a pattern with supercritical fluid without exposing the patterns to the atmosphere while contributing to improvement in throughput. A washing tank 21 in the substrate treating device contains the substrates W and circulates washing liquid for washing the substrates W, and a treatment container 22 contains the washing tank 21 and treats the substrates W with supercritical fluid.

Manufacturing method of porous fibers/多孔性纖維的製作方法 
 Publication info:TW201118207 (A) 2011-06-01  Priority date:2009-11-19  
Abstract
A manufacturing method of porous fibers is described as follows. Firstly, filaments are provided and each filament includes a polymer material and a nucleating agent mixed with each other. Then, the filaments are disposed in a saturation tank. Subsequently, a supercritical fluid (SCF) foaming agent is injected into the saturation tank so that the filaments are dipped in the SCF foaming agent and absorbs a portion of the SCF foaming agent. Then, the filaments are taken out from the saturation tank. Next, the filaments are heated so that the filaments are softened and foam. Then, a stretching process is proceeded to the filaments while the filaments are heated. After the filaments are heated and stretched, the filaments are chilled so as to form porous fibers.

System and method for producing supercritical ozone/
超臨界臭氧之産生系統及超臨界臭氧之産生方法 
 Publication info:TW201114681 (A) 2011-05-01  Priority date:2009-10-30 
Abstract
One embodiment of this disclosure discloses a system for producing supercritical ozone. The system comprises a reactor having a first connecting port and a second connecting port, an ozone generator connecting to the first connecting port, a fluid drive device separately connecting to the ozone generator and the second connecting port, and a fluid feed source connecting to the reactor. The fluid drive device is configured to circulating the gas in the reactor through the ozone generator. The fluid feed source is configured to increase the pressure in the reactor so as to produce supercritical ozone.

Method of removing powder from bullet via supercritical fluid/超臨界流體進行彈頭脱藥的方法 
 Publication info:TW201114725 (A) 2011-05-01 Priority date:2009-10-23 
Abstract
The invention relates to a method of removing powder from bullet via supercritical fluid. The method includes a step 1 of putting a bullet body in a melting tank, a step 2 of injecting a supercritical fluid into the melting tank, and a step 3 of performing a powder melting and removing process at a temperature that is lower than the melting point of trinitrotoluene (TNT) and a melting condition of pressure that TNT can be melted.


Method to prepare nano-structure/
奈米結構的製備方法
 Publication info: TW201111273 (A) 2011-04-01  Priority date:2009-09-28
Abstract
This invention provides a method to prepare nano-structure by using a Supercritical Fluid composition which comprising Carbon Dioxide Supercritical Fluid (SCCO2) under low-temperature and high-pressure condition. The method is not only a novel and easy control one but also could reduce the production time more effectively.

Preparing method of specific structure capable of adsorbing radiation substance /可吸附放射性物質之特殊結構的製備方法
 Publication info:TW201111037 (A) 2011-04-01  Priority date:2009-09-23 
Abstract
The invention relates to a preparing method of a specific structure capable of adsorbing a radioactive substance, utilizing a supercritical fluid to mix a first solution and a carrier. The first solution is a first solvent dissolved with adsorbent. The low surface tension and high penetration ability of the supercritical fluid are used to introduce the adsorbent of the first solution to be adhered on the carrier to form an adsorption structure. Accordingly, the adsorbent is uniformly adhered on the carrier by the supercritical fluid, so as to enable the adsorption effect of the adsorption structure to the radioactive substance to be effectively enhanced.

METHOD AND DEVICE FOR GASSING 
 Publication info:CA2754983 (A1) 2010-09-16  Priority date:2009-03-13
Abstract
The invention relates to a method and to a device for supplying gas, wherein a gas mixture is evaporated from a gas supply agent and cryogenic fluid, in that the mixture under pressure in a supply tank is fed through a pressure-reducing valve, so that the mixture is completely evaporated and the vapor is fed to a good for supplying gas. According to a first aspect of the present invention, the mixture is temperature-controlled in the storage tank such that it forms a supercritical fluid. Distillation of the gas supplying agent is thereby prevented. According to a second aspect of the present invention, the evaporated mixture is atomized by adding compressed air, and the ratio between the mixture and the compressed air is adjusted by means of interchangeable vanes and/or adjustable pressure-reducing valves. The ratio between the mixture and the compressed air can thereby be freely varied.

HEAT ENGINE WITH CASCADED CYCLES 
  Publication info:WO2011140075 (A2) 2011-11-10  Priority date:2010-05-04 
 
Abstract of  WO 2011140075  (A2)  

A method of converting thermal energy into another energy form using a thermodynamic cycle is disclosed, the method including the steps of: pressurizing a working fluid; supplying thermal energy to heat the working fluid from a liquid or substantially liquid state to a supercritical fluid state; in a first expander, substantially isentropically expanding the working fluid to yield energy in the other energy form; separating the expanded working fluid to form a first portion of the fluid diverted to a second expander and a second portion of the working fluid diverted to bypass the second expander; in the second expander, substantially isentropically expanding the first portion of the working fluid to yield energy in the other energy form; condensing the expanded first portion of the working fluid to a liquid or substantially liquid state; and recombining the first and second portions of the working fluid to be recirculated in the cycle.

METHOD AND DEVICE FOR GASSING 
  Publication info:CA2754983 (A1) 2010-09-16  Priority date:2009-03-13 

PREPARATION OF VANILLIN FROM MICROBIAL TRANSFORMATION MEDIA BY EXTRACTION BY MEANS SUPERCRITICAL FLUIDS OR GASES 
  Publication info:US2011268858 (A1) 2011-11-03  Priority date:2003-03-28 

Method of recycling chemical 回收化學物之方法
 Publication info:TW200938286 (A) 2009-09-16  Priority date:2008-02-04
 
Abstract of  TW 200938286  (A)

In order to recycle a chemical, a chemical that is recovered from a predetermined chemical process and includes a foreign substance is reacted with a supercritical fluid to educe the foreign substance. Then, the educed foreign substance is separated from the chemical and the supercritical fluid. Thereafter, the supercritical fluid is separated from the chemical to recover the chemical. A foreign substance included in chemical used in a predetermined process may be easily removed and recycled, thereby reducing amount of a waste chemical to prevent environmental pollution, and reducing cost for disposing waste chemical.

 Process for producing polymer alloy and polymer alloy 聚合物合金之製造方法及聚合物合金
 Publication info:TW200948866 (A) 2009-12-01  Priority date:2008-05-29 

Method for extraction of phenolic acid ingredient of Salvia miltiorrhiza Bunge 丹參酚酸類成份之萃取方法
  Publication info:TW200930391 (A) 2009-07-16  Priority date:2008-01-15 
A method for extraction of phenolic acid ingredient of Salvia miltiorrhiza Bunge comprises the following steps: step one: preparing powders of Salvia miltiorrhiza Bunge; step two: carrying out extraction with supercritical carbon dioxide fluid to remove fat soluble contents of the Salvia miltiorrhiza Bunge powders; step three: using salt water to perform extract phenolic acid ingredient of the Salvia miltiorrhiza Bunge powders to form a solution containing phenolic acid ingredient of Salvia miltiorrhiza Bunge; and step four: removing salts from the solution containing phenolic acid ingredient of Salvia miltiorrhiza Bunge, followed by drying to thereby obtain the phenolic acid ingredient of Salvia miltiorrhiza Bunge. As such, the present invention uses salt water as a solvent so that the process of manufacturing requires no repeated heating and use of a large amount of organic solvent. The activity of the effective ingredient of the medicine can be preserved. The salt water helps enhancing polarity of the solution so that the chance of retrieving impurity can be reduced. Further, experiments reveal that using salt water to extract phenolic acid ingredient of Salvia miltiorrhiza Bunge can obtain high contents of effective ingredients and the process is simple and efficient.

Method of extracting Flavonoid compound from cactus plant 自仙人掌植物中萃取類黄酮化合物的方法
  Publication info:TW200927159 (A) 2009-07-01  Priority date:2007-12-31 
 
Abstract of  TW 200927159  (A)

A method of extracting Flavonoid compound from the cactus plant, which includes extraction of cactus by the auxiliary solvent with the ratio of the cactus to the auxiliary solvent at 1:2 and 1:5 in weight percentage; the mixture of the auxiliary solvent and the cactus is then placed into the extraction trough whose temperature is set at 35 to 60 DEG C; supercritical fluid is passed into the extraction trough, wherein the supercritical fluid of the present invention is the carbon dioxide, and the pressure in the control systems of the air pressure regulator and the back pressure regulator is adjusted to control the pressure in the extraction trough to be 1,500 to 3,500 psi; reaction for a period of time; releasing pressure to the normal pressure and staring to collect the initial extract of Flavonoid under the normal temperature; drying under 105 DEG C, the collected initial extract of Flavonoid to obtain the material as the Flavonoid compound.

SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR STENT MANUFACTURE 
 Publication info:WO2011136882 (A1) 2011-11-03  Priority date:2010-04-29 

Microcellular injection molding processes for personal and consumer care products and packaging  用於個人舆消費者護理品及包裝之微細發泡射出成形之方法
 Publication info:TW201034833 (A) 2010-10-01  Priority date:2009-02-05 

Methods for preventing precipitation of etch byproducts during an etch process and/or a subsequent rinse process 在蝕刻過程及/或後續清洗過程防止蝕刻副産物之沉澱之方法
  Publication info:TW201034061 (A) 2010-09-16  Priority date:2009-01-20 

Methods for preventing precipitation of etch byproducts during an etch process and/or a subsequent rinse process 在蝕刻過程及/或後續清洗過程防止蝕刻副産物之沉澱之方法 
  Publication info:TW201030826 (A) 2010-08-16  Priority date:2009-01-20 

Acetazolamide microparticle and its preparation method and use 乙醯偶氮醯胺微粒及其製造方法及用途
  Publication info:TW201026674 (A) 2010-07-16  Priority date:2008-11-19 

Mushroom supercritical extraction technique 菇菌超臨界萃取技術
 Publication info:TW201032880 (A) 2010-09-16  Priority date:2009-03-05 

Nano-gold weaving fabric and manufacturing method thereof 奈米黃金織布及其製備方法
  Publication info:TW201031787 (A) 2010-09-01  Priority date:2009-02-27  

Supercritical fluid polishing method for stainless steel golf club head and stainless steel golf club head 不銹鋼高爾夫球頭之超臨界流體抛光方法及不銹鋼高爾夫球頭
 Publication info:TW201031771 (A) 2010-09-01  Priority date:2009-02-27 

Method for extracting cinnamon leaf soil flavonoid sugar glycosides compound 土肉桂葉類黄酮糖苷成分之萃取方法
 Publication info:TW201026370 (A) 2010-07-16  Priority date:2009-01-12 
 
Abstract of  TW 201026370  (A)

A method for extracting cinnamon leaf soil favonoid sugar glycosides compound comprises the following steps: step 1: preparing cinnamon leaf fragments; step 2: extracting fat-soluble contents from the cinnamon leaf with a supercritical carbon dioxide fluid; step 3: using salt water to extract flavonoid sugar glycoside content from the cinnamon leaf and form a flavonoid sugar glycosides extract; and step 4: removing the salt content in the flavonoid sugar glycosides extract and carrying out drying operation to obtain a compound of cinnamon leaf soil favonoid sugar glycosides; step 5: utilizing high-performance liquid chromatography, HPLC, against the flavonoid sugar glycosides mixture to collect and purify two types of flavonoid sugar glycosides in the cinnamon leaf soil; step 6: applying activity test of a series of insulin of the flavonoid sugar glycosides to confirm that the flavonoid sugar glycosides in the cinnamon leaf soil promotes insulin activity. Therefore, this process can maintain the effective content activity and stability of the original herbal medicine, reduce the possibility of other impurity substance being extracted, reduce the possibility of other organic residue from being left behind, and simplify the preparation process in order to reduce difficulties of purification.

FLUID INJECTION 
 Publication info:CA2754927 (A1) 2010-09-16  Priority date:2009-03-13 

Method for manufacturing porous sheet and porous sheet manufactured by the method 多孔板之製造方法及使用該方法製得之多孔板
  Publication info:TW201109375 (A) 2011-03-16  Priority date:2009-06-10 

does not use catalyst and directly uses acid substance under s supercritical state  以超臨界流體萃取舆醇解無殻蔴瘋種籽產製生質柴油
 Publication info:TW201107460 (A) 2011-03-01  Priority date:2009-08-20 

A new supercritical fluid technology for remediation of polychlorinated biphenyls 超臨界流體整治多氯聯苯之技術
 Publication info:TW201102127 (A) 2011-01-16  Priority date:2009-07-02 


Tolbutamide microparticle and its preparation method and use/ 托布醯胺微粒其製造方法及用途
Publication info:TW 201021854 (A)
2010-06-16 Priority date:2008-11-19
Abstract of TW 201021854 (A)
A tolbutamide microparticle and its preparation method and use are provided. The tolbutamide microparticle, having increasing pharmaceutical usefulness, is obtained by the application of a supercritical fluid.

Method and apparatus for cleaning semiconductor device fabrication equipment using supercritical fluids/ 半導體製造設備之淸潔製程及裝置
Publication info:TW201021101 (A)
2010-06-01 Priority date:2008-11-25
Abstract of TW 201021101 (A)
A process of cleaning a semiconductor device fabrication equipment is provided. In one embodiment, the semiconductor device fabrication equipment is placed in a chamber; a fluid is introduced into the chamber; a pressure and temperature of the fluid is controlled to bring the fluid to a supercritical state; the semiconductor device fabrication equipment is cleaned by having the supercritical fluid contact the semiconductor device fabrication equipment; the supercritical fluid is removed from the chamber, and the semiconductor device fabrication equipment is removed from the chamb

Preparation of sapindus seed oil raw material by using supercritical carbon dioxide/ 以超臨界二氧化碳製備無患種籽油原料
Publication info:TW201021890 (A)
2010-06-16 Priority date:2008-12-05
Abstract of TW 201021890 (A)
This invention is provided to prepare sapindus seed oil raw material by using supercritical carbon dioxide and mainly utilizes supercritical fluid technology to extract seed oil from the sapindus seeds. Analysis made for the contents of glue and wax contained in the oil shows that although the oil extracts are lower than soxhlet extraction, the amount of glue and wax extracted is extremely low, and the multiple of oil concentrated reaches 3.3 times, which are the features of this invention.

Method for improving the oxidizing ability of supercritical fluid/ 提升超臨界流體氧化力的方法
Publication info:TW201006548 (A)
2010-02-16 Priority date:2008-08-07
Abstract of TW 201006548 (A)
A method for improving the oxidizing ability of supercritical fluid comprising: providing supercritical fluid made of oxygenates into a chamber; and irradiating the supercritical fluid by UV light to break the molecular bonds of the supercritical fluid and generate free radicals. Consequently, this invention can improve the oxidizing ability of the supercritical fluid by the free radicals with high activity.

Supercritical fluid extraction method/ 超臨界流體萃取方法
Publication info:TW201002416 (A)
2010-01-16 Priority date:2008-07-07
Abstract of TW 201002416 (A)
A supercritical fluid extraction method comprises: putting a sample into a first container and filling a supercritical fluid into the first container, wherein extract can be extracted after the supercritical fluid gets into contact with the sample; then injecting the supercritical fluid, together with the extract, into a second container containing a derivative reagent via a flow restrictor; and then sampling the extract in the second container in a headspace manner with a solid phase extraction device. This invention not only reduces the use of organic solvent and the damage to the environment but also possesses high sensitivity and precision, and it is applicable to trace analysis of commonly used substance in daily lives.

Method for manufacturing healthy material with anti-oxidization and activity inhibiting tyrosine kinase from distiller's grains/ 由酒粕産製具有抗氧化及抑制酪氨酸酶活性的保健原料之方法
Publication info:TW201000628 (A) 2010-01-01 Priority date:2008-06-23
Abstract of TW 201000628 (A)
The invention relates to a method for manufacturing healthy material with anti-oxidization and activity of inhibiting tyrosine kinase from distiller's grains. The method comprises extracting effective ingredients from yellow distiller's grains with the supercritical fluid separation process.

Method of imparting function to molded polymer and apparatus therefor/ 對高分子成形物賦予功能之方法及其装置
Publication info:TW200846399 (A) 2008-12-01 Priority date:2006-12-01
Abstract of TW 200846399 (A)
A method of imparting a highly durable function to a polymer molding. By the method, various function-imparting agents can be efficiently imparted to a polymer molding. In the method, the amount of a waste liquid resulting from the processing can be reduced as much as possible. The waste liquid and function-imparting agents can be recovered and can be reused according to need. The function-imparting agents can be imparted to a polymer molding not batchwise but continuously. Also provided is an apparatus for the method. The method of imparting a function to a polymer molding comprises ejecting a supercritical fluid to a polymer molding to tenaciously bond a function-imparting agent to the polymer molding.

Method for extracting and recycling explosives waste using a batch supercritical or near-critical carbon dioxide fluid/
以批次式超臨界或近超臨界二氧化碳流體萃取回收廢彈中的火炸藥之方法
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Publication info:TW200841947 (A) 2008-11-01 Priority date:2007-04-17
Abstract of TW 200841947 (A)
Provided is a method for extracting and recycling explosives waste using a batch supercritical or near-critical carbon dioxide fluid, the device comprises a CO2 steel cylinder, a first pressure gauge, a filter, a carbon dioxide inlet valve, a pipe pressure-relief valve, a high pressure pump, a carbon dioxide pressurization valve, a safety pressure-releasing valve, a second pressure gauge, a high-pressure chamber, a chamber pressure-releasing valve and a carbon dioxide recycled bottle. The present invention provides for a method for filtrating the carbon dioxide impurities in a steel cylinder via the filter, then the carbon dioxide is pressurized by the high pressure pump and then introduced into the high-pressure chamber. Thereby, it can generate supercritical or near-critical carbon dioxide fluid for extracting and recycling explosives waste. After the above-mentioned process is completed, then the next process for extracting and recycling the explosive waste is performed.

Method and apparatus for extraction of vegetable and fruit by carbon dioxide supercritical fluid
Publication info:TW200829182 (A) 2008-07-16 Priority date:2007-01-08
Abstract of TW 200829182 (A)
A supercritical fluid of carbon dioxide is induced to treat vegetable and fruit to extract the nutrients. The carbon dioxide supercritical fluid is filled into a high pressure container to react with vegetable and/or fruit. The nutrients are then dissolved in the supercritical fluid and then to be extracted effectively. The quality and yield of extracts are thus greatly increased.

Hydrochlorothiazide and manufacturing method therefor
Publication info:TW200826945 (A)
2008-07-01 Priority date:2006-12-28
Abstract of TW 200826945 (A)
A method for manufacturing a hydrochlorothiazide particle is provided in the present invention. A supercritical fluid is applied in the present invention, and the manufactured hydrochlorothiazide particle has an average size ranged from the micron to submicron scale.

Process for impregnating photosensitizing dye onto conductive substrate of photoanode
Publication info:US2011263071 (A1)
2011-10-27 Priority date:2010-04-26
Abstract of US 2011263071 (A1)
The present invention provides a process for preparing a photoanode of a dye-sensitized solar cell (DSSC) by pressure swing impregnation, which includes impregnating a metal oxide layer on a conductive substrate in a photosensitizing dye solution in a vessel; introducing a pressurized inert gas into the vessel to maintain a first pressure therein for a period of time, wherein the first pressure can be lower or higher than the critical pressure of the inert gas and the solution is expanded by the inert gas; further pressurizing the vessel with the inert gas and maintaining at a second pressure higher than the first pressure for a period of time, wherein the inert gas becomes sub-critical or supercritical fluid and dissolves more in the solution, creating an anti-solvent effect, so that the photosensitizing dye further deposits onto the metal oxide layer due to the anti-solvent effect.

LUBRICANT DEPOSITION ONTO MAGNETIC MEDIA
Publication info:US2011262633 (A1) 2011-10-27 Priority date:2010-04-27
Abstract of US 2011262633 (A1)
A method, in one embodiment, can include pumping a gas into a reservoir that includes a lubricant. In addition, the method can include changing the gas into a supercritical fluid that extracts lubricant molecules from the lubricant resulting in a mixture of the supercritical fluid and the lubricant molecules. Furthermore, the method can include utilizing the mixture to deposit a lubricant molecule onto a magnetic media.

LIGHTWEIGHT MICROCELLULAR POLYAMIDE SHAPED ARTICLES
Publication info:US2011263735 (A1) 2011-10-27 Priority date:2007-02-23
Abstract of US 2011263735 (A1)
 Optionally reinforced, lightweight microcellular polyamide shaped articles, e.g., automotive body or interior parts, are produced by injection molding a polyamide matrix in the presence of a fluid in the supercritical state.

does not use catalysts in the supercritical reaction process and directly uses methanol under supercritical state Publication info:TW201105789 (A) 2011-02-16 Priority date:2009-08-06
Abstract of TW 201105789 (A)
A method for preparing biodiesel using subcritical hydrolysis and supercritical alcoholyis, specifically utilizing jatropha seed oil extracted by a supercritical fluid as raw material firstly performing subcritical hydrolytic reaction, then using a supercritical methanol fluid to perform alcoholysis. The present invention is different from conventional oil that is directly reacted with supercritical methanol. The present invention is characterized in that: the conversion rate of the oil, which has been hydrolyzed by supercritical methylester, can reach above 99% in 5 minutes without adding any catalysts.

METHOD FOR PRODUCING CERAMIC BODY
Publication info:US2011252629 (A1) 2011-10-20 Priority date:2008-12-25
Abstract of US 2011252629 (A1)
Provided is a method for producing a ceramic body, which is capable of preventing the ingress of moisture into a void between a conductor and the ceramic body more effectively in the ceramic body including the conductor therein. Ingress of a supercritical fluid containing an oxide sol precursor is achieved into a void between an internal electrode layer and a ceramic laminate. After that, the oxide sol is turned into a gel, and subjected to a heat treatment, thereby filling the void between the internal electrode layer and the ceramic laminate with an oxide.

New scheme for copper filling in vias and trenches
Publication info:TW200814199 (A) 2008-03-16 Priority date:2006-07-18
Abstract of TW 200814199 (A)
Embodiments of the present invention generally relate to methods and apparatuses using supercritical fluids and/or dense fluids to deposit a metal material on the surface of a substrate. In one embodiment, a metal material layer is deposited by applying a supercritical fluid, a dense fluid, or combinations thereof and a metal-containing precursor to the surface of a substrate inside a substrate processing chamber. In another embodiment, a first metal material and a second metal material is sequentially deposited and annealing is performed to form a metal alloy material on the surface of a substrate. In still another embodiment, a copper material layer is deposited by applying a supercritical fluid, a dense fluid, or combinations thereof and a copper containing precursor to the surface of the substrate.

Cleaning method and cleaning apparatus
Publication info:TW200811941 (A) 2008-03-01 Priority date:2006-07-10
Abstract of TW 200811941 (A)
A method of cleaning an object in a processing chamber by supplying a supercritical fluid with an additive and rinsing the object with the supercritical fluid alone includes the steps of: opening a back-pressure valve of a branch pipe branched from an additive pipe on the rinse processing; and purging a residual additive from the additive pipe by circulating the supercritical fluid alone into the additive pipe and the branch pipe.

Substrate dryer using supercritical fluid, apparatus including the same, and method for treating substrate
Publication info:
TW200814182 (A) 2008-03-16 Priority date:2006-09-12
Abstract of TW 200814182 (A)
The present invention is directed to a substrate dryer, a substrate treating apparatus including the substrate dryer, and a substrate treating method. The substrate dryer includes a chamber, a process chamber constituting one part of the chamber and provided for supplying supercritical fluid to a substrate to dry the substrate, and a high-pressure chamber constituting the other part of the chamber and provided for boosting the process chamber above a critical pressure. According to the present invention, the substrate drying chamber is boosted fast by the high-pressure camber to change to a supercritical state and thus a substrate dry treatment is performed using supercritical fluid.
Semiconductor process and chamber used
Publication info:TW200820338 (A) 2008-05-01 Priority date:2006-10-24
Abstract of TW 200820338 (A)
A method and apparatus involve providing a substrate having a dielectric layer formed thereon, forming a photoresist mask over the dielectric layer, the photoresist mask defining an opening, etching the dielectric layer through the at least one opening in the photoresist mask, treating a portion of the photoresist mask with an etching species, and removing the treated photoresist mask with a supercritical fluid. The etching, treating, and removing can be performed in one

Storage container, method for molding resin, and method for forming plating film
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2011-10-20 Priority date:2006-06-02

METHOD OF MANUFACTURING HYDROPHILIC MEMBRANE HAVING IMPROVED ANTIFOULING PROPERTY AND HYDROPHILIC MEMBRANE MANUFACTURED BY THE METHOD
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2011-10-20 Priority date:2010-04-16

Method and apparatus for surface modification of film component by carbon dioxide supercritical fluid
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Solvent reduction method for supercritical fluid assisted removal of polymeric residues
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A magnetically stabilized fluidized bed in high pressure and the application method
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SUBSTRATE PROCESSING APPARATUS
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Method and device for chemical mechanical polishing of metal layer with supercritical fluid
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Electroless plating method
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Process for manufacturing liquid crystal panel and method for cutting substrate
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Method of passivating traps of dielectric thin film
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METHOD OF MANUFACTURING SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE
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SUBSTRATE PROCESSING APPARATUS, SUBSTRATE PROCESSING METHOD AND STORAGE MEDIUM  
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SUPERCRITICAL FLUID TREATMENT OF HIGH MOLECULAR WEIGHT BIOPOLYMERS
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PROCESS FOR PREPARING MICROPARTICLES.
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SYSTEMS AND METHODS FOR GENERATING POWER AND CHILLING USING UNUTILIZED HEAT
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MICROCELLULAR INJECTION MOLDING PROCESSES FOR PERSONAL AND CONSUMER CARE PRODUCTS AND PACKAGING
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METHOD FOR PREPARING PARTICULATE RELEASE AGENT, TONER USING THE PARTICULATE RELEASE AGENT, AND METHOD FOR PREPARING THE TONER
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Low Noise Back Pressure Regulator for Supercritical Fluid Chromatography
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METHOD OF THINNING A STRUCTURE
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EXTRACTION OF A COMPONENT FROM A COMPOSITION USING SUPERCRITICAL FLUID
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METHODS FOR EXTRACTING AND ISOLATING CONSTITUENTS OF CELLULOSIC MATERIAL
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Process for extracting active ingredients of traditional Chinese medicine in unit and combined type and device thereof  

  Bibliographic data     Description     Claims      
Publication number: CN101530674 (A)
Publication date: 2009-09-16
Inventor(s): YIJIN WANG [CN]; ZHENKUN WANG [CN] +
Applicant(s): YIJIN WANG [CN] +
Classification:  
- international: B01D11/00; B01D11/00
- European:  
Application number: CN20091094225 20090316 
Priority number(s): CN20091094225 20090316
 
 
Abstract of CN 101530674  (A)
Tran
The invention belongs to highly effective extraction and separation of the active ingredients in field of modernization of Chinese medicine and is characterized in that on the basis of an extraction process and a device consisting of the combination of 3 novel chemical engineering unit operations of water percolation distillation, extractive distillation, and highly efficient az dist azeotropic distilation, the traditional and advanced techniques and devices for water distillation extraction, extraction by semi-bionic method, extraction by ultrasonic waves, extraction by enzyme process, extraction by microbial fermentation and extraction by microwave are preferably selected to constitute the unit and combined type extraction process and the device thereof; the process and the device of the invention is especially suitable for extracting the majority of single Chinese medicine or compound Chinese medicine with both volatile and non-volatile components; in addition the device operates stably with stable parameters; compared with the traditional multifunctional traditional Chinese medicine extracting tank, the tank of the invention features an extraction rate above 95% and energy conservation by over 50%, contraction of the production period by over 50%, reduction of production cost per unit product by 50% and stable content of active ingredients and product quality.
 
 

Technique and industrial device for refining rice by supercritical polybasic fluid  

  Bibliographic data     Description     Claims      
Publication number: CN101554211 (A)
Publication date: 2009-10-14
Inventor(s): ZHENKUN WANG [CN]; YIJIN WANG [CN] +
Applicant(s): YIJIN WANG [CN] +
Classification:  
- international: A23L1/015; A23L1/015
- European:  
Application number: CN20091060413 20090105 
Priority number(s): CN20091060413 20090105
 
 
Abstract of CN 101554211  (A)  
The invention relates to a technique and an industrial device for refining rice by supercritical polybasic fluid, belonging to the field of refining rice by supercritical polybasic fluid. The invention is characterized in that the supercritical polybasic fluid industrial device with carbon-dioxide zero emission, with pressure less than 22 MPa and temperature less than 40 DEG C, pre-breaks wall of brown rice layer to be directly prepared as high-nutrient rice; meanwhile, harmful bacteria, mould and ova are killed, so that freshness date is prolonged and storage loss is reduced; impurities in the brown rice such as pesticide residue, heavy metal and dust are removed via ultrasonic and microwave extraction; the brown rice becomes good-looking and delicious by colouring and aromatizing; besides, anti-free-radical, anti-aging, anti-radiation and immunity-improving natural bioactive substances are uniformly added so as to improve health-care function and added value of the rice, further; thus, fresh and delicious rice with advantages of high nutrient, water saving, washing prevention and rapid cooking is produced, with yield being increased by more than 25%; the invention is executed and popularized widely in rice planting regions, thereby ensuring national food safety and international food safety.
 

Supercritical multicomponent fluid extraction rectifiers  

  Bibliographic data     Description     Claims     Mosaics    
Publication number: CN2561483 (Y)
Publication date: 2003-07-23
Inventor(s): WANG ZHENKUN [CN] +
Applicant(s): WANG ZHENKUN [CN] +
Classification:  
- international: B01D3/40; B01D3/34; (IPC1-7): B01D3/40
- European:  
Application number: CN20012004600U 20010228 
Priority number(s): CN20012004600U 20010228
 
 
Abstract of CN 2561483  (Y)
Translate this text
The utility model relates to a supercritical multi-component fluid extraction and distillation device for separating and refining multi-component organic compounds. The technology is characterized in that a rectification column (4) is arranged in a supercritical multi-component fluid extraction separator (2); part of the rectification column is in the supercritical multi-component fluid extraction separator and part is over the supercritical multi-component fluid extraction separator; a cyclone separator is arranged at the top of the rectification column. A series connection scheme is adopted. Main solvent carbon dioxide or nitrogen iodine is added with methanol, ethanol, acetone, acetic ether, heptane and other liquid of auxiliary solvent to carry out supercritical multi-component fluid extraction and distillation or the main solvent carbon dioxide or nitrogen iodine is added with ethylene, ethane, propane, propylene, butane, F# -[13] and other gas of auxiliary solvent to carry out supercritical multi-component fluid extraction and distillation.
 
 
 
 

Process and equipment for rectifying tobacco by supercritical multi-element fluid extraction  

  Bibliographic data     Description     Claims     Mosaics    
Publication number: CN1302568 (A)
Publication date: 2001-07-11
Inventor(s): WANG ZHENKUN [CN] +
Applicant(s): WANG ZHENKUN [CN] +
Classification:  
- international: A24B15/00; A24B15/00; (IPC1-7): A24B15/00
- European:  
Application number: CN20011004215 20010226 
Priority number(s): CN20011004215 20010226
Also published as:
  CN1141044  (C)  
 
 
Abstract of CN 1302568  (A)
Translate this text
A process and its equipment for supercritical polyatomic fluid of extractive rectification for the tobacco is to use the variation of the temperature and the pressure of the supercritical main solvent fluid with adding the different varieties of sub-solvents in different quantities to expand the volume of the tobacco by 5-20%, and then extractive rectification of aromatic pure oil, nicotine, solanesol, tobacco F-1-P, crystal protein, tobacco superoxide dismutase (SOD) selectively in steps to make the assence for the high-quality cigarette and plant high feed protein.
 

Overcritical multiple fluid tea-processing method and product thereof  

  Bibliographic data     Description     Claims     Mosaics      
Publication number: CN1141727 (A)
Publication date: 1997-02-05
Inventor(s): ZHENKUN WANG [CN] +
Applicant(s): WANG ZHENKUN [CN] +
Classification:  
- international: A23F3/16; A23F3/30; A23F3/40; A23K1/16; A23L1/30; A23F3/00; A23F3/40; A23K1/16; A23L1/30; (IPC1-7): A23F3/16; A23F3/30; A23F3/40; A23K1/16; A23L1/30
- European:  
Application number: CN19961005251 19960524 
Priority number(s): CN19961005251 19960524
Also published as:
  CN1072446  (C)  
 
 
Abstract of CN 1141727  (A)
Trans
The method for processing tea is characterized by that a set of super-critical CO2 extraction apparatus is used for such processes of changing pressure (8-32 MPa) and temp. (20-60 deg.C) for CO2; adding various fluids (N2, Ar, ethyl alcohol, methyl alcohol, acetone, ethyl alcohol acetate, etc. aqueous solutions with 40-90% concentrations or 1-50% (wt%) of betaine is added to the above-mentioned solutions) and its added quantity is 5-120% of circulating CO2 weight; firstly the tea leaf volume is swelled by 5-20%, then respectively the tea leaf is made into refined tea, tea liquor, caffeine, decaffeinated tea, scented tea, health-care tea, tea polyphenol, and additive for food or feed stuff.
 

DEODORIZATION AND FRESH-KEEPING OF POLLEN WITH SUPERCRITICAL CO2  

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Publication number: CN1052417 (A)
Publication date: 1991-06-26
Inventor(s): FUCHU LIU [CN]; ZHENKUN WANG [CN]; SHAOYU LI [CN] +
Applicant(s): CHEMICAL DEPARTMENT YUNNAN UNI [CN] +
Classification:  
- international: A23B7/14; A23L1/015; A23L1/076; A23L3/34; A23B7/14; A23L1/015; A23L1/076; A23L3/34; (IPC1-7): A23L1/015; A23L1/076; A23L3/34
- European:  
Application number: CN19891009382 19891214 
Priority number(s): CN19891009382 19891214
 
 
Also published as:
  CN1031778  (C)  
 
 
Abstract of CN 1052417  (A)
 
This invention relates to the technology for obtaining a deodorized fresh pollen with original bioactivity of enzyme and nutritive value, in which a high-effect adsorbent is used and CO2 flows through a supercritical flow extracting apparatus under the conditions of a temp less than 40 deg.C and a pressure of 6-22 MPa for continuous extraction and adsorption of pollen. The product can be stored for 6 months without obvious change and used for making a pollen food (pollen molasses).
 


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Process for extracting active ingredients of traditional Chinese medicine in unit and combined type and device thereof  

  Bibliographische Daten     Beschreibung     Patentansprüche      
Veröffentlichungsnummer CN101530674 (A)
Veröffentlichungsdatum: 2009-09-16
Erfinder: YIJIN WANG [CN]; ZHENKUN WANG [CN] +
Anmelder: YIJIN WANG [CN] +
Klassifikation:  
- Internationale: B01D11/00; B01D11/00
- Europäische:  
Anmeldenummer: CN20091094225 20090316 
Prioritätsnummer(n): CN20091094225 20090316
 
 
Zusammenfassung von CN 101530674  (A)

Technique and industrial device for refining rice by supercritical polybasic fluid  

  Bibliographische Daten     Beschreibung     Patentansprüche      
Veröffentlichungsnummer CN101554211 (A)
Veröffentlichungsdatum: 2009-10-14
Erfinder: ZHENKUN WANG [CN]; YIJIN WANG [CN] +
Anmelder: YIJIN WANG [CN] +
Klassifikation:  
- Internationale: A23L1/015; A23L1/015
- Europäische:  
Anmeldenummer: CN20091060413 20090105 
Prioritätsnummer(n): CN20091060413 20090105
   
 
 
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Supercritical multicomponent fluid extraction rectifiers  

  Bibliographische Daten     Beschreibung     Patentansprüche     Mosaik      
Veröffentlichungsnummer CN2561483 (Y)
Veröffentlichungsdatum: 2003-07-23
Erfinder: WANG ZHENKUN [CN] +
Anmelder: WANG ZHENKUN [CN] +
Klassifikation:  
- Internationale: B01D3/40; B01D3/34; (IPC1-7): B01D3/40
- Europäische:  
Anmeldenummer: CN20012004600U 20010228 
Prioritätsnummer(n): CN20012004600U 20010228
 
 
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Process and equipment for rectifying tobacco by supercritical multi-element fluid extraction  

  Bibliographische Daten     Beschreibung     Patentansprüche     Mosaik      
Veröffentlichungsnummer CN1302568 (A)
Veröffentlichungsdatum: 2001-07-11
Erfinder: WANG ZHENKUN [CN] +
Anmelder: WANG ZHENKUN [CN] +
Klassifikation:  
- Internationale: A24B15/00; A24B15/00; (IPC1-7): A24B15/00
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Anmeldenummer: CN20011004215 20010226 
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  CN1141044  (C)  
 
 
Zusammenfassung von CN 1302568  (A)

Overcritical multiple fluid tea-processing method and product thereof  

  Bibliographische Daten     Beschreibung     Patentansprüche      
Veröffentlichungsnummer CN1141727 (A)
Veröffentlichungsdatum: 1997-02-05
Erfinder: ZHENKUN WANG [CN] +
Anmelder: WANG ZHENKUN [CN] +
Klassifikation:  
- Internationale: A23F3/16; A23F3/30; A23F3/40; A23K1/16; A23L1/30; A23F3/00; A23F3/40; A23K1/16; A23L1/30; (IPC1-7): A23F3/16; A23F3/30; A23F3/40; A23K1/16; A23L1/30
- Europäische:  
Anmeldenummer: CN19961005251 19960524 
Prioritätsnummer(n): CN19961005251 19960524
Auch veröffentlicht als
  CN1072446  (C)  
 
 
Zusammenfassung von CN 1141727  (A)

DEODORIZATION AND FRESH-KEEPING OF POLLEN WITH SUPERCRITICAL CO2  

  Bibliographische Daten     Beschreibung     Patentansprüche      
Veröffentlichungsnummer CN1052417 (A)
Veröffentlichungsdatum: 1991-06-26
Erfinder: FUCHU LIU [CN]; ZHENKUN WANG [CN]; SHAOYU LI [CN] +
Anmelder: CHEMICAL DEPARTMENT YUNNAN UNI [CN] +
Klassifikation:  
- Internationale: A23B7/14; A23L1/015; A23L1/076; A23L3/34; A23B7/14; A23L1/015; A23L1/076; A23L3/34; (IPC1-7): A23L1/015; A23L1/076; A23L3/34
- Europäische:  
Anmeldenummer: CN19891009382 19891214 
Prioritätsnummer(n): CN19891009382 19891214
Auch veröffentlicht als
  CN1031778  (C)  
 
 
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Process for extracting active ingredients of traditional Chinese medicine in unit and combined type and device thereof  

  Données bibliographiques     Description     Revendications    
Numéro de publication: CN101530674 (A)
Date de publication: 2009-09-16
Inventeur(s) YIJIN WANG [CN]; ZHENKUN WANG [CN] +
Demandeur(s) YIJIN WANG [CN] +
Classification:  
- internationale B01D11/00; B01D11/00
- européenne  
Numéro de demande CN20091094225 20090316 
Numéro(s) de priorité: CN20091094225 20090316
 
 
Abrégé pour CN 101530674  (A)

Technique and industrial device for refining rice by supercritical polybasic fluid  

  Données bibliographiques     Description     Revendications    
Numéro de publication: CN101554211 (A)
Date de publication: 2009-10-14
Inventeur(s) ZHENKUN WANG [CN]; YIJIN WANG [CN] +
Demandeur(s) YIJIN WANG [CN] +
Classification:  
- internationale A23L1/015; A23L1/015
- européenne  
Numéro de demande CN20091060413 20090105 
Numéro(s) de priorité: CN20091060413 20090105
 
 
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Supercritical multicomponent fluid extraction rectifiers  

  Données bibliographiques     Description     Revendications     Mosaïque    
Numéro de publication: CN2561483 (Y)
Date de publication: 2003-07-23
Inventeur(s) WANG ZHENKUN [CN] +
Demandeur(s) WANG ZHENKUN [CN] +
Classification:  
- internationale B01D3/40; B01D3/34; (IPC1-7): B01D3/40
- européenne  
Numéro de demande CN20012004600U 20010228 
Numéro(s) de priorité: CN20012004600U 20010228
 
 
Abrégé pour CN 2561483  (Y)

Process and equipment for rectifying tobacco by supercritical multi-element fluid extraction  

  Données bibliographiques     Description     Revendications     Mosaïque      
Numéro de publication: CN1302568 (A)
Date de publication: 2001-07-11
Inventeur(s) WANG ZHENKUN [CN] +
Demandeur(s) WANG ZHENKUN [CN] +
Classification:  
- internationale A24B15/00; A24B15/00; (IPC1-7): A24B15/00
- européenne  
Numéro de demande CN20011004215 20010226 
Numéro(s) de priorité: CN20011004215 20010226
Également publié en tant que:
  CN1141044  (C)  
 
 
Abrégé pour CN 1302568  (A)

Overcritical multiple fluid tea-processing method and product thereof  

  Données bibliographiques     Description     Revendications     Mosaïque      

Numéro de publication: CN1141727 (A)
Date de publication: 1997-02-05
Inventeur(s) ZHENKUN WANG [CN] +
Demandeur(s) WANG ZHENKUN [CN] +
Classification:  
- internationale A23F3/16; A23F3/30; A23F3/40; A23K1/16; A23L1/30; A23F3/00; A23F3/40; A23K1/16; A23L1/30; (IPC1-7): A23F3/16; A23F3/30; A23F3/40; A23K1/16; A23L1/30
- européenne  
Numéro de demande CN19961005251 19960524 
Numéro(s) de priorité: CN19961005251 19960524
Également publié en tant que:
  CN1072446  (C)  
 
 
Abrégé pour CN 1141727  (A)

DEODORIZATION AND FRESH-KEEPING OF POLLEN WITH SUPERCRITICAL CO2  

  Données bibliographiques     Description     Revendications      
Numéro de publication: CN1052417 (A)
Date de publication: 1991-06-26
Inventeur(s) FUCHU LIU [CN]; ZHENKUN WANG [CN]; SHAOYU LI [CN] +
Demandeur(s) CHEMICAL DEPARTMENT YUNNAN UNI [CN] +
Classification:  
- internationale A23B7/14; A23L1/015; A23L1/076; A23L3/34; A23B7/14; A23L1/015; A23L1/076; A23L3/34; (IPC1-7): A23L1/015; A23L1/076; A23L3/34
- européenne  
Numéro de demande CN19891009382 19891214 
Numéro(s) de priorité: CN19891009382 19891214
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PROCESS FOR PRODUCING POROUS LAMINATE AND POROUS LAMINATE
Publication info: WO2007034856 - 2007-03-29
Abstract
A process for producing a porous laminate having many micropores interconnected in the thickness direction, which comprises: a step in which a laminate is produced which comprises at least three layers comprising an interlayer made of a thermoplastic resin having a hard segment and a soft segment and two nonporous outer layers made of a filler-containing resin and located as outer layers respectively on both sides of the interlayer; a step in which the laminate obtained is impregnated with a supercritical or subcritical fluid and this state is relieved to vaporize the fluid and thereby make the interlayer porous; and a step in which the two nonporous outer layers located respectively on both sides are made porous by stretching.

Supercritical developing for a lithographic process
Publication info: TW260045B - 2006-08-11
AbstractA method of creating a resist image on a semiconductor substrate includes exposing a layer of photoresist on the semiconductor substrate and developing the exposed layer of photoresist using a first fluid including supercritical carbon dioxide and a base such as tetra-methyl ammonium hydroxide (TMAH). Additionally, the developed photoresist can be cleaned using a second fluid including supercritical carbon dioxide and a solvent such as methanol, ethanol, isopropanol, and xylene.
PROCESS FOR INFUSING AN ALKALI METAL NITRITE INTO A SYNTHETIC RESINOUS MATERIAL
Publication info: CA2518575 - 2007-03-08
AbstractA process for rapidly infusing a synthetic resinous substrate with an alkali metal nitrite, comprises (a) essentially completely dissolving the alkali metal nitrite in supercritical carbon dioxide to form a solids-free solution having from abou t 1 to 15% by weight of the alkali metal nitrite; (b) contacting the synthetic resinous substrate with the solution for a time sufficient to transfer at least a portion of the alkali metal nitrite into the synthetic resinous substrate while maintaining the carbon dioxide under supercritical conditions; and, (c) decreasing pressure or temperature, or both, on the synthetic resinous material sufficiently to evolve carbon dioxide and leave micronized solid alkali metal nitrite crystals in an amount less than 2% by weight essentially uniformly distributed in the synthetic resinous substrate. If desired, up to about 15% by weight of sodium nitrite or potassium nitrite may be transported and deposit ed in the substrate if transparency of the substrate is irrelevant, because the substrate tends to become opaque. <SDOCL LA=EN> 16 CLAIMS We claim: 1. A process for rapidly infusing a synthetic resinous substrate with an alkali metal nitrite, comprising, (i) depositing alkali metal nitrite crystals larger than 10 .mu.m in a pressure vessel and pressurizing the vessel with carbon dioxide until supercritical conditions a re attained; (ii) withdrawing a solids-free solution containing from about 1 to 15% by weight of the alkali metal nitrite, from the pressure vessel; (iii) contacting the synthetic resinous substrate with the solids-free solution for a time sufficient to transfer at least a portion of the alkali metal nitrite into t he synthetic resinous substrate while maintaining the carbon dioxide under supercritical conditions; and, (iv) decreasing pressure or temperature, or both, on the synthetic resinous substrate sufficiently to evolve carbon dioxide and infuse micronized solid alkali met al nitrite crystals essentially uniformly distributed in the synthetic resinous substrate, infused crystals being in an amount less than 2% by weight, and more than 90% of infused crystals are in a size range smaller than 10 .mu.m. 2. The process of claim 1 including depositing with the alkali metal nitrite an organic compound which is substantially soluble in supercritical carbon dioxide; withdrawing a solids-free solution containing from about 1 to 15% by weight of the alkali metal nitrite in combination with the organic compound; contacting the synthetic resinous substrate with the solids-free solution fo r a time sufficient to transfer at least a portion of the alkali metal nitrite in combination with the organic compound into the synthetic resinous substrate while maintaining the carbon dioxide under supercritical conditions; and, decreasing pressure or temperature, or both, on the synthetic resinous substrate sufficiently to evolve carbon dioxide and deposit micronized solid alkali metal nitrite crystals in combination with the organic compound essentially uniformly distributed in the synthetic resinous substrate. 17 3. The process of claim 2 wherein the alkali metal nitrite crystals deposite d in the pressure vessel are in the size range from about 10 .mu.m to 44 .mu.m. 4. The process of claim 2 wherein the alkali metal nitrite is selected from the group consisting of sodium nitrite and potassium nitrite. 5. The process of claim 1 including introducing a second fluid miscible with carbon dioxide to form a common supercritical phase. 6. The process of claim 2 including introducing a second fluid miscible with carbon dioxide to form a common supercritical phase. 7. The process of claim 5 wherein the second fluidis selected from the group consisting of ethylene, ethane, nitrous oxide, chlorotrifluoromethane and trifluoromethane. 8. The process of claim 6 wherein the second fluid is selected from the grou p consisting of ethylene, ethane, nitrous oxide, chlorotrifluoromethane and trifluoromethane. 9. A two-stage process for infusing crystals of an alkali metal nitrite in combination with an organic compound into a polymeric substrate, comprising, (i) dissolving the alkali metal nitrite and the organic compound in carbon dioxide held in an autoclave under supercritical conditions to form a solution containing from about 1 to 15% by weight of the alkali metal nitrite and organic compound; (ii) filtering the solution to ensure that substantially no particulate soli ds are present in filtered solution; (iii) contacting the polymeric substrate with the filtered solution for less than 30 minutes so as to transfer enough solids-free solution into the substrate to infuse it with less than 2% by weight of the alkali metal nitrite and the organic compound; (iv) decreasing the pressure on the substrate to infuse the polymeric substrate with 98 crystals smaller than 10 .mu.m. 10. The process of claim 9 wherein the alkali metal nitrite crystals deposit ed
ENHANCEMENT OF SILICON-CONTAINING PARTICULATE MATERIAL REMOVAL USING SUPERCRITICAL FLUID-BASED COMPOSITIONS
Publication info:
 KR20070006800 - 2007-01-11
AbstractA method and composition for removing silicon-containing particulate material, such as silicon nitrides and silicon oxides, from patterned Si/SiO<SUB>2 </SUB>semiconductor wafer surfaces is described. The composition includes a supercritical fluid (SCF), an etchant species, a co-solvent, a surface passivator, a binder, deionized water, and optionally a surfactant. The SCF-based compositions substantially remove the contaminating particulate material from the wafer surface prior to subsequent processing, thus improving the morphology, performance, reliability and yield of the semiconductor device.
Publication info: KR20070006800 - 2007-01-11
REMOVAL OF PARTICLE CONTAMINATION ON PATTERNED SILICON/SILICON DIOXIDE USING DENSE FLUID/CHEMICAL FORMULATIONS
Publication info: WO2007033008 - 2007-03-22
AbstractA cleaning composition for cleaning particulate contamination from small dimensions on microelectronic device substrates. The cleaning composition contains dense CO<SUB>2</SUB> (preferably supercritical CO<SUB>2</SUB> (SCCO<SUB>2</SUB>)), alcohol, fluoride source, anionic surfactant source, non-ionic surfactant source, and optionally, hydroxyl additive. The cleaning composition enables damage-free, residue-free cleaning of substrates having particulate contamination on Si/SiO<SUB>2</SUB> substrates.
METHOD FOR REMOVING IMPURITIES FROM AN IMPURITY-CONTAINING FLUID STREAM
Publication info: WO2007032791 - 2007-03-22
AbstractA method of removing at least one polar component from a fluid stream. The method comprises providing a fluid stream comprising at least one nonpolar component and at least one polar component. The fluid stream is contacted with a supercritical solvent to remove the at least one polar component. The at least one nonpolar component may be a fat or oil and the at least one polar component may be water, dirt, detergents, or mixtures thereof. The supercritical solvent may decrease solubility of the at least one polar component in the fluid stream. The supercritical solvent may function as a solvent or as a gas antisolvent. The supercritical solvent may dissolve the nonpolar components of the fluid stream, such as fats or oils, while the polar components may be substantially insoluble. Alternatively, the supercritical solvent may be used to increase the nonpolarity of the fluid stream.
APPLICATOR, KIT, AND PROCESS
Publication info: WO2007031786 - 2007-03-22
AbstractAn applicator for delivering a treatment composition to a surface comprises a friable polymeric solid and a liquid or gel treatment composition contained within the solid such that rubbing the applicator on a surface breaks down the solid and releases the liquid or gel. A process for creating the applicator involves impregnation of the treatment composition into the solid by use of supercritical or superheated fluid. The applicator may be incorporated into a holder to facilitate use. The applicator is particularly useful for, cleaning and stain removal on soft surfaces such as fabrics and carpets.
SUPERCRITICAL FLAT PANEL COLLECTOR AND METHODS OF USE
Publication info: WO2007030715 - 2007-03-15
AbstractA high efficiency flat panel collector is disclosed using an integral supercritical heat transfer, and a series of fail-safe mechanisms. Using the preferred configuration with solar concentrators and integral energy conversion devices, including the further preferred utilization of ionic liquids or ionic liquid polymers as the working fluid in the system, achieves optimal total energy efficiency. Strategic use of the flat panel collector can further yield enhanced functionality of mechanical pumps, heat pumps, and expansion energy transformation devices.
METHOD OF CLEANING AND PROCESS FOR PRODUCING SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE
Publication info: KR20060135037 - 2006-12-28
AbstractA method of cleaning for removing of any metal compounds adhering to a surface of base material, comprising feeding to the surface of base material a supercritical carbon dioxide fluid containing at least either triallylamine or tris(3-aminopropyl)amine so as to clean the surface; and a process for producing a semiconductor device, in which use is made of the cleaning method. In the above method of cleaning and process for producing a semiconductor device in which use is made of the method, any polishing residue and etching residue containing metal compounds can be removed efficiently and selectively to the conductive material constituting the conductive layer. Thus, when the conductive layer is a wiring, there can be avoided not only any resistance increase of wiring by residue of metal compounds but also any increase of leak current attributed to metal diffusion from the metal compounds to the insulating film. Therefore, there can be achieved not only enhancement of wiring reliability but also enhancement of yield of semiconductor device.
METHOD OF OPTICAL ISOMER SEPARATION WITH USE OF SUPERCRITICAL FLUID CHROMATOGRAPHY
Publication info: KR20060132711 - 2006-12-21
AbstractA supercritical fluid chromatography using a column using a column having an optical isomer separating agent containing a polysaccharide derivative capable of optical isomer separation, wherein use is made of a mobile phase containing a supercritical fluid and wherein as the optical isomer separating agent received in the column to conduct optical isomer separation, an optical separating agent containing a polysaccharide derivative capable of optical isomer separation in an amount of 50% by mass or more based on the entirety of the optical isomer separating agent is used to thereby, even in the use of optical isomer separating agent with a multiplicity of identification sites, enable accomplishing excellent separation of optical isomers.
Supercritical fractionating apparatus and process

Publication info: EP1759751 - 2007-03-07
AbstractThe present invention provides a super fractionating apparatus and process, consisting of a fractionation column having an adsorbent body that assists in the fractionation process, and further includes a carbon dioxide supply unit, a carbon dioxide flow pipe, a raw material supply unit and a raw material flow pipe. The carbon dioxide flow pipe connects to the carbon dioxide supply unit and the fractionating column, and a pressure unit and a temperature control unit are configured on the carbon dioxide flow pipe. The raw material flow pipe connects to the raw material supply unit and the fractionating column, and a pressure unit is configured on the raw material flow pipe. The fractionating column having the adsorbent body disposed therein causes turbulence in the fluid within the fractionating column, thereby increasing fractionation efficiency and assisting in stabilizing the extracts, which facilitates collection thereof.
NICKEL-BASE CORROSION-RESISTANT ALLOY AND CORROSION-RESISTANT MEMBERS MADE OF THE ALLOY FOR THE APPARATUS FOR REACTION WITH SUPERCRITICAL AMMONIA
Publication info: WO2007023797 - 2007-03-01
AbstractThe invention aims at providing an alloy which exhibits excellent resistance to corrosion from supercritical ammonia and is suitable for the apparatus for reaction with supercritical ammonia. The alloy contains 15 to less than 50 % of Cr and Mo and/or W in amounts satisfying the relationships: Mo + 0.5W = 1.5 to 8.5% and 1.8Cr%/(Mo% + 0.5W%) = 3.0 to 70.0, the balance being Ni and unavoidable impurities. It is preferable that the Fe and C contents of the alloy be less than 3% and less than 0.05% respectively. According to the invention, the apparatus for reaction with supercritical ammonia is made of the alloy or the surface of the apparatus to be brought into contact with supercritical ammonia fluid is covered with the alloy. The alloy exhibits excellent resistance to corrosion from supercritical ammonia and a mineralizer added thereto. The invention brings about improvement in the safety and reliability of the apparatus, manufacturing cost reduction, prolongation of apparatus life, and running cost reduction.
A process for preparation of polyglutarimide resin using a fluid of super critical condition

Publication info: TW258486B - 2006-07-21
AbstractDisclosed is a method for preparing a polyglutarimide by reacting an acrylic resin with an imidizing agent. The method uses a supercritical fluid, preferably supercritical carbon dioxide to remove unreacted materials and by-products, and thus can provide a polyglutarimide having excellent optical properties.
SELECTIVE SEPARATION OR EXTRACTION OF STEROIDAL GLYCOSIDES BY SUPERCRITICAL FLUID EXTRACTION USING CARBON DIOXIDE
Publication info: EP1756140 - 2007-02-28
AbstractA method for selectively separating desirable steroidal glycosides from undesirable components present in plant material of the Asclepiadaceae family containing the same. The method comprises contacting the plant material or material derived therefrom (herein: "the material") with liquid or supercritical carbon dioxide under conditions whereby the desirable steroidal glycosides dissolve in the liquid or supercritical carbon dioxide in preference to the undesirable components, and subsequently recovering the desirable steroidal glycosides from the carbon dioxide solution.
METHOD AND INSTALLATION FOR REGULATING THE MODIFIER LEVEL IN CHROMATOGRAPHY OR SUPERCRITICAL EXTRACTION WITH RECYCLING
Publication info: WO2007020352 - 2007-02-22
AbstractThe invention relates to a chromatography or supercritical extraction method in which the eluent comprises a mixture of a fluid and a modifier and in which the fluid is recycled. The invention comprises an operation consisting in determining at least one quantity linked to the level of modifier that is mixed with the recycled fluid and, if necessary, a correction operation in order to limit variations in the level of modifier in the eluent at the inlet of the column or the extractor. The invention also relates to a chromatography or extraction installation.
A METHOD FOR PRODUCING FINE PARTICLES USING METHOD OF RAPID EXPANSION INTO POOR SOLVENT FROM SUPERCRITICAL FLUID
Publication info: KR20060125871 - 2006-12-06
AbstractA method for producing high-molecular weight microspheres of the present invention includes the steps of dissolving or dispersing a high-molecular material in a high pressure fluid containing a supercritical fluid and an entrainer, and spraying the resultant high pressure fluid into a poor solvent to cause rapid expansion. According to the production method, high-molecular weight microspheres or coated microspheres whose average particle size can be controlled can be produced.
METHOD OF SUBSTANCE SEPARATION BY SUPERCRITICAL FLUID CHROMATOGRAPHY AND VAPOR LIQUID SEPARATOR FOR USE THEREIN
Publication info: KR20060123511 - 2006-12-01
AbstractA method comprising liquefying a gas to thereby obtain a liquefied gas; injecting a sample into a mobile phase containing a solvent and a supercritical fluid formed from the liquefied gas; passing this mobile phase through a column so that the mobile phase containing desired substance is divided into the solvent and the gas; and separating the desired substance from the solvent, wherein when the pressure of the gas divided from the mobile phase is higher than the pressure of the gas fed for formation of the liquefied gas from gas supply device, the gas divided from the mobile phase is liquefied. Further, there is provided a vapor liquid separator for use in the method.
SPONTANEOUS SUPERCRITICAL FLUID RECOVERY AND REFINING OF HYDROCARBONS FROM HYDROCARBON-EARING FORMATIONS APPLYING FUEL CELL GAS IN SITU
Publication info: WO2007018844 - 2007-02-15
AbstractA plume of combined gases are infused into hydrocarbon-bearing formations, "inert" as the major gas and "reactive" as the minor gas, where the minor gas reacts with hydrocarbons to fully saturate hydrocarbons with supercritical fluid, which migrate hydrocarbons out of formations, even at great distances from the regulated fuel cell source. Coal, tar sands, petroleum-contaminated soil, and/or oil wells that have lost gas pressure can also be desorbed by this in-situ method.
Soil testing apparatus
Publication info: GB2429059 - 2007-02-14
AbstractAn apparatus for in situ testing of a soil sample comprises: <UL ST="-"> <LI>an elongate body having a hollow core and an open end; <LI>an upper barrier or means for forming, in use, an upper barrier, within soil, across said hollow core; <LI>means for forming, in use, a lower barrier, within soil, across said hollow core such that a sample zone is defined with the hollow core between said upper and lower barriers; <LI>fluid supply means for delivery of a fluid to said sample zone; and <LI>fluid exit means for removal of said fluid from said sample zone. </UL> The barrier(s) may be formed by a cryogenic material e.g. supercritical liquid carbon dioxide to form a plug of frozen soil.
SCF EXTRACT CONTAINING CARDIAC GLYCOSIDE
Publication info: WO2007016176 - 2007-02-08
AbstractA supercritical fluid (SCF) extract of a cardiac glycoside-containing plant mass is provided. The extract can be included in a pharmaceutical composition containing an extract-solubilizing amount of solubilizer. Oleandrin is included within the extract when a cardiac glycoside-containing plant, such as Nerium oleander, is extracted by SCF extraction. The extract can also contain one or more other SCF extractable pharmacologically active agents. The composition can be used to treat a wide range of disorders that are therapeutically responsive to a cardiac glycoside.
Pump design for circulating supercritical fluid
Publication info: TW256984B - 2006-06-21
AbstractIn accordance with an embodiment of the present invention, a pump assembly for circulating a supercritical fluid is disclosed. The pump assembly comprises an impeller for pumping fluid between a pump inlet and a pump outlet; a rotating pump shaft coupled to the impeller, wherein the pump shaft is supported by corrosion resistant bearings; a rotor of a DC motor potted in epoxy and encased in a non-magnetic material sleeve; and a stator sealed from the fluid via a polymer sleeve. The pump can be of centrifugal type. The bearings can be made of silicon nitride balls combined with bearing races made of Cronidur(R) and can operate without oil or grease lubrication. The polymer sleeve can be a PEEK(TM) sleeve which forms a casing for the stator. The non-magnetic material sleeve encasing the rotor of the DC motor is preferably made of stainless steel. A portion of the fluid passing through the pump assembly can be diverted over the bearings and/or the rotor and stator.
REMOVAL OF MEMS SACRIFICIAL LAYERS USING SUPERCRITICAL FLUID/CHEMICAL FORMULATIONS
Publication info: KR20060121168 - 2006-11-28
AbstractA method and composition for removing silicon-containing sacrificial layers from Micro Electro Mechanical System (MEMS) and other semiconductor substrates having such sacrificial layers is described. The etching compositions include a supercritical fluid (SCF), an etchant species, a co-solvent, and optionally a surfactant. Such etching compositions overcome the intrinsic deficiency of SCFs as cleaning reagents, viz., the non-polar character of SCFs and their associated inability to solubilize polar species that must be removed from the semiconductor substrate. The resultant etched substrates experience lower incidents of stiction relative to substrates etched using conventional wet etching techniques.
A METHOD FOR MICRONIZED ARBUTIN USING SUPERCRITICAL FLUID PROCESS
Publication info: KR20060119612 - 2006-11-24
Abstract not available for KR20060119612

SUPERCRITICAL FLUID EXTRACTION METHOD OF CAFFEINE
Publication info: KR20060119032 - 2006-11-24
Abstract not available for KR20060119032

METHOD OF OBTAINING A NATURAL HYDROXYTYROSOL-RICH CONCENTRATE FROM OLIVE TREE RESIDUES AND SUBPRODUCTS USING CLEAN TECHNOLOGIES
Publication info: WO2007013032 - 2007-02-01
AbstractThe present invention relates to a process of obtaining a natural, bioactive concentrate, rich on hydroxytyrosol, from olive tree residues and subproducts using clean technologies. These technologies comprise supercritical fluid extraction, nanofiltration and reverse osmosis which are used individually or in an integrated mode. The natural extract comprises a minimum concentration of 15% (mass fraction) in hydroxytirosol and a maximum concentration of 98% (mass fraction) in this compound. The hydroxytyrosol-rich concentrate exhibits anti-oxidant, anti-microbial, anti-inflammatory and anti-carcinogenic activities, which are superior to the activities observed for isolated hydroxytyrosol in equivalent concentration. The hydroxytyrosol-rich concentrate can be prepared in the form of solid particles, as an aqueous solution, in an emulsion or as lipidic based nanoparticles. Industrial application comprises the food, pharmaceutical and cosmetics industries.
METHOD AND TOOL FOR CLEANING CAVITIES
Publication info: WO2007012364 - 2007-02-01
AbstractThe invention relates to method for cleaning cavities (2) located in parts (1), to a respective cleaning device and a fluid supply thereto. The inventive method consists in introducing a supercritical carbon dioxide (14) into the cavity (2) for the cleaning thereof. After finishing said operation, the supercritical carbon dioxide in the cavity (2) is reduced in such a way that a carbon dioxide gas and a carbon dioxide snow are formed therein before being removed therefrom.
A PROCESS AND COMPOSITION FOR MAKING OLANZAPINE FORM (I)
Publication info: WO2007009788 - 2007-01-25
AbstractThe invention relates to a process for making crystalline olanzapine Form (I), which comprises reducing the pressure of a gas/supercritical fluid composition comprising carbon dioxide and olanzapine to precipitate crystalline olanzapine form (I) from said composition.
METHOD OF PARTICLE FORMATION
Publication info: WO2007009164 - 2007-01-25
AbstractA method of co-formulating two or more pharmaceutically active compounds into a particulate product including contacting a dense, supercritical or near-critical fluid With a suspension of a first active compound in a medium that is miscible with the dense fluid and a solution of a second active compound in a solvent that is miscible with the dense fluid. The product may be the first active agent coated with the second active agent. The method may use coaxial nozzles for the fluid, media or solvents. The method may be applied to production of dry powders for inhalation including beta-agonists and corticosteroids. Apparatus for use in the method comprising means for streams of solvents, media and dense fluids to enter a precipitation chamber at substantially the same point and means for collection of particles under gravity in one or more collection chambers.
CHELATING AGENT COMPRISING NOVEL AMIDE COMPOUND USED IN METAL-EXTRACTING USING SUPERCRITICAL OR LIQUID STATE FLUID, METAL-EXTRACTING METHOD AND METAL-EXTRACTING SYSTEM USING SAID CHELATING AGENT
Publication info: KR20060113077 - 2006-11-02
Abstract not available for KR20060113077
STERILIZATION USING HIGH-PRESSURE CARBON DIOXIDE
Publication info: WO2007008618 - 2007-01-18
AbstractDisclosed are compositions and methods for the biocompatible sterilization of materials, in particular, of medical devices and implants. Sterilization is achieved by deactivation of microorganisms through treatment of the material with a mixture of at least one microbiocidal additive and a high-pressure or supercritical fluid, for example, high-pressure carbon dioxide or supercritical carbon dioxide. This abstract is intended as a scanning tool for purposes of searching in the particular art and is not intended to be limiting of the present invention.
PARTICLE, ITS PRODUCTION METHOD, TONER AND IMAGE FORMING METHOD USING IT
Publication info: JP2006346557 - 2006-12-28
PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a particle having a resin coating layer formed on a Abstractsurface of a resin fine particle by at least either a supercritical fluid or a subcritical fluid, being excellent in an electrostatic property and especially suitable for toner or the like, a production method of the particle, toner produced by a production method of the particle and an image forming method capable of attaining a higher image quality using the toner.
SOLUTION: The production method of the particle comprises at least a resin coating layer forming step for forming the resin coating layer containing an olefin copolymer having a cyclic structure on the surface of the resin fine particle by using at least either a supercritical fluid or a subcritical fluid, wherein the olefin copolymer has a glass transition temperature of 60 to 180[deg.]C and a number average molecular weight of 1,000 to 120,000.
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SUPERCRITICAL FLUID-ASSISTED DEPOSITION OF MATERIALS ON SEMICONDUCTOR SUBSTRATES
Publication info: KR20060098426 - 2006-09-18
AbstractSupercritical fluid-assisted deposition of materials on substrates, such as semiconductor substrates for integrated circuit device manufacture. The deposition is effected using a supercritical fluid-based composition containing the precursor(s) of the material to be deposited on the substrate surface. Such approach permits use of precursors that otherwise would be wholly unsuitable for deposition applications, as lacking requisite volatility and transport characteristics for vapor phase deposition processes.
PURIFICATION OF SILICONE CONTAINING COMPOUNDS BY SUPERCRITICAL FLUID EXTRACTION
Publication info: KR20060110286 - 2006-10-24
AbstractThe present invention relates to a process for the purification of silicone containing compounds via supercritical fluid extraction. Specifically, the present invention relates to a process comprising the steps of contacting at least one silicone containing compound with a supercritical fluid having a density of between about 0.2 and about 0.8 g/ml, decreasing said density so that two phases are formed a first phase comprising said at least one silicone containing compound and a second phase comprising at least one impurity and separating said second phase from said first phase.
METHOD FOR THE RAPID DENSIFICATION OF A POROUS SUBSTRATE, COMPRISING THE FORMATION OF A SOLID DEPOSIT WITHIN THE POROSITY OF THE SUBSTRATE
Publication info: WO2007003813 - 2007-01-11
AbstractThe invention relates to a method for the densification of a porous fibrous refractory substrate, comprising the formation of a solid matrix deposit. The inventive method is performed using a fluid composition containing a reactive fluid that is a precursor of the material of the solid deposit to be formed and an optional dilution fluid. The method is carried out at a temperature and pressure that enable the reactive fluid and/or the optional dilution fluid to be maintained in the supercritical state, while simultaneously and directly forming the solid matrix deposit. In this way, the length of the process can be reduced considerably in relation to standard CVI methods.

Methods of depositing materials over substrates, and methods of forming layers over substrates 
  Publication info: US2006222770 - 2006-10-05 
Particles and manufacturing method thereof, toner and manufacturing method thereof, and developer, toner container, process cartridge, image forming method and image forming apparatus 
  Publication info: US2006222980 - 2006-10-05 
Methods of preparing corn fiber oil and of recovering corn aleurone cells from corn fiber
  Publication info: US7115295 - 2006-10-03 
Methods of forming materials
  Publication info: US2006216933 - 2006-09-28 
Removal of contaminants from a fluid
  Publication info: US2006213820 - 2006-09-28 
CANCER CHEMOPROTECTIVE COMPOSITIONS AND NATURAL OILS AND METHODS FOR MAKING SAME
  Publication info: WO2006102236 - 2006-09-28 
Crystals for a semiconductor radiation detector and method for making the crystals
  Publication info: US2006207497 - 2006-09-21

Semiconductor constructions
    Publication info: US2006157860 - 2006-07-20 
Polymeric dispersant having an affinity with a supercritical fluid 
    Publication info: US2006160946 - 2006-07-20 
Methods of treating semiconductor substrates
    Publication info: US2006160367 - 2006-07-20 
RADIAL SPHERICAL CRYSTALLIZATION PRODUCT, PROCESS FOR PRODUCING THE SAME AND DRY POWDER PREPARATION CONTAINING THE CRYSTALLIZATION PRODUCT 
    Publication info: EP1683560 - 2006-07-26 
Method for preparation of biocides mixed with carbon dioxide in a pressurized container 
    Publication info: US7077297 - 2006-07-18 

Process for preparation of polyglutarimide resin using a fluid of super critical condition 
    Publication info: US2006155075 - 2006-07-13 
Apparatus and method for the isolation of produced particles as a suspension in a non-supercritical fluid 
    Publication info: US2006153757 - 2006-07-13 
Method for preparation of particles from solution-in-supercritical fluid or compressed gas emulsions 
    Publication info: US2006153921 - 2006-07-13 
PURIFICATION OF SILICONE CONTAINING COMPOUNDS BY SUPERCRITICAL FLUID EXTRACTION 
Publication info: EP1680433 - 2006-07-19 
Method and apparatus for supercritical fluid assisted particle production 
    Publication info: US2006145375 - 2006-07-06 
Composition containing total triterpenoid saponins extracted from bamboo, and the preparation method and use thereof in my patents list 
    Publication info: US2006148733 - 2006-07-06 
Methods of using grape seed extract to stimulate tyrosinase expression or melanin synthesis 
    Publication info: US2006147567 - 2006-07-06 
Method for forming inorganic porous film 
   Publication info: TW235432B - 2005-07-01 
PURIFICATION OF SILICONE CONTAINING COMPOUNDS BY SUPERCRITICAL FLUID EXTRACTION 
   Publication info: CA2543259 - 2005-05-19 
Method of developing a resist film and a resist development processor 
    Publication info: US2006140624 - 2006-06-29 
Supercritical developing for a lithographic process 
    Publication info: US2006141399 - 2006-06-29 
Method for removing impurities from porous materials 
    Publication info: US2006137718 - 2006-06-29 
Precompressed coating of internal members in a supercritical fluid processing system 
    Publication info: US2006134332 - 2006-06-22 
Non-contact shuttle valve for flow diversion in high pressure systems 
    Publication info: US2006130913 - 2006-06-22 
Method and system for flowing a supercritical fluid in a high pressure processing system 
    Publication info: US2006130966 - 2006-06-22 
SYNTHESIS, RECHARGING AND PROCESSING OF HYDROGEN STORAGE MATERIALS USING SUPERCRITICAL FLUIDS 
    Publication info: WO2006063456 - 2006-06-22 
Process for conversion and size reduction of solid particles in my patents list 
    Publication info: US2006124783 - 2006-06-15 
Use of supercritical fluids to incorporate biologically active agents into nanoporous medical articles 
    Publication info: US2006127442 - 2006-06-15 
SYNTHESIS, RECHARGING AND PROCESSING OF HYDROGEN STORAGE MATERIALS USING SUPERCRITICAL FLUIDS 
    Publication info: CA2529427 - 2006-06-17 
Compositions and methods for high-efficiency cleaning of semiconductor wafers 
    Publication info: US2006122085 - 2006-06-08

USE OF SUPERCRITICAL FLUIDS TO INCORPORATE BIOLOGICALLY ACTIVE AGENTS INTO NANOPOROUS MEDICAL ARTICLES
     Publication info: WO2006063158 - 2006-06-15  
Compositions and methods for high-efficiency cleaning of semiconductor wafers 
   Publication info: US2006122085 - 2006-06-08  
PACKAGING FOR HIGH POWER INTEGRATED CIRCUITS USING SUPERCRITICAL FLUID
   Publication info: WO2006060396 - 2006-06-08  
 Method for producing fine resin particles and fine resin particles 
   Publication info: US2006116468 - 2006-06-01
Thin-plate microchannel structure
   Publication info: US2006113063 - 2006-06-01
Supercritical diesel fuel composition, combustion process and fuel system
   Publication info: US2006107586 - 2006-05-25
Nozzle for collecting extracted material
   Publication info: US2006108285 - 2006-05-25  
Purification of silicone containing compounds by supercritical fluid extraction
   Publication info: AU2004287854 - 2005-05-19  
SUPERCRITICAL FLUID-ASSISTED DEPOSITION OF MATERIALS ON SEMICONDUCTOR SUBSTRATES
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AEROSOL FORMULATIONS FOR DELIVERY OF DIHYDROERGOTAMINE TO THE SYSTEMIC CIRCULATION VIA
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337  METHOD OF MANUFACTURING IMPRINT, APPARATUS FOR MANUFACTURING THE SAME, METHOD OF MANUFACTURING MAGNETIC RECORDING MEDIUM, AND APPARATUS FOR MANUFACTURING THE SAME in my patents list  
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338  POLYMER, MOLDED ARTICLE, AND METHOD FOR PRODUCING THE MOLDED ARTICLE in my patents list  
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339  Method for binder extraction and sintering of green bodies in a state of weightlessness in my patents list
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340  TONER FOR ELECTROSTATIC LATENT IMAGE DEVELOPER AND METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING THE SAME in my patents list  
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341  Pharmaceutical combi-chem purification factory system in my patents list  
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342  Sample collection vessel extender for chromatographic systems in my patents list  
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343  Method of developing a resist film and a resist development processor in my patents list  
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344  METHOD FOR THE PREPARATION OF PACLITAXEL SOLID DISPERSION BY USING THE SUPERCRITICAL FLUID PROCESS AND PACLITAXEL SOLID DISPERSION PREPARED THEREBY in my patents list  
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345  SUPERCRITICAL PROCESSOR in my patents list  
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346  HIGH-PRESSURE DEVICE FOR CLOSING A CONTAINER IN A CLEAN ROOM in my patents list  
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347  Preparation made from effective position of red sage root, and its prepn. method in my patents list  
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348  SUPERCRITICAL FLUID TREATMENT DEVICE in my patents list  
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349  MINUTE AGGREGATE PARTICLE AND METHOD FOR PRODUCING THE SAME in my patents list  
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350  Impregnation of grinding wheels using supercritical fluids in my patents list  
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351  Injection molding systems and methods in my patents list  
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352  Synthesis of polysuccinimide and copoly(succinimide-aspa
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353  Methods of synthesis of polysuccinimide, copolymers of polysuccinimide and derivatives thereof in my patents list  
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354  Methods of synthesis of polysuccinimide, copolymers of polysuccinimide and derivatives thereof in my patents list  
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355  METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR DESALINATION PYROLYSIS OF WASTE PLASTICS WITH SUPERCRYTICAL FLUID in my patents list     
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356  METHOD OF MANUFACTURING POLYESTER in my patents list  
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357  ETCHING METHOD in my patents list  
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358  REFRIGERATING CYCLE DEVICE AN
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359  APPARATUS FOR PREPARING ULTRA-FINE PARTICLE OF ORGANIC MATTER in my patents list    
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360  Material with surface nanometer functional structure and method of manufacturing the same in my patents list 
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361  Closure in synthetic material for containers in my patents list  
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362  A MICROCELLULAR FOAMED FIBER, AND A PROCESS OF PREPARING FOR THE SAME in my patents list  
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363  Method for obtaining solid particles from at least a water soluble product in my patents list  
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364  Material processing in my patents list  
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365  METHOD FOR STAINING MATERIALS IN COMPRESSED CARBON DIOXIDE in my patents list 
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366  Crystallizing kettle for preparing superfine powder using supercritical anti-solvent process in my patents list 
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367  Supercritical fluid expansion-decompression method for preparing superfine powder in my patents list  
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368  Basic process flow of semicontinuous supercritical fluid extraction in my patents list  
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369  HYDROTHERMAL MINERAL EXTRACTION in my patents list  
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370  Method of cleaning semiconductor surfaces in my patents list  
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371  BIODEGRADABLE POLYESTER POLYMER AND METHOD FOR PRODUCING THE SAME BY USING COMPRESSED GAS in my patents list  
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372  Supercritical fluid-assisted nebulization and bubble drying in my patents list  
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373  METHOD AND DEVICE FOR DRY PROCESSING FINE STRUCTURE in my patents list  
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374  METHOD AND DEVICE FOR DRY PROCESSING FINE STRUCTURE in my patents list  
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375  SUPERCRITICAL FLUID PROCESSING DEVICE AND ITS PROCESSING METHOD in my patents list  
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376  COMPOSITE PARTICLES AND METHOD FOR PREPARING in my patents list  
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377  FREE RADICAL CURED COATING POWDERS FOR SMOOTH, LOW GLOSS FINISH POWDER COATINGS. in my patents list  
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378  Homogenous compositions of polymers and crystalline solids or cross-linking agents and methods of making the same in my patents list  
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379  THERMOPLASTIC RESIN AND CONTAINER MADE THEREOF in my patents list  
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380  METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING RESIN PARTICLES USED FOR ELECTROSTATIC CHARGE IMAGE DEVELOPING TONER AND TONER in my patents list  
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381  SUPERCRITICAL FINE PARTICLE PRODUCTION APPARATUS PROVIDED WITH IMPROVED SOLUTE SOLUBILIY in my patents list 
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382  Technological method for extracting active principle of dragon's blood by supercritical fluid in my patents list  
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383  MANUFACTURING METHOD OF FOAM in my patents list  
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384  Hypergravity-supercritical reaction/crystallizing device and application/crystallizing technique in my patents list  
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385  Method for the purification of marigold oleoresin in my patents list  
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386  SUPERCRITICAL FLUID PRODUCING METHOD AND DEVICE, POWER GENERATION METHOD AND DEVICE, ORGANIC WASTE DECOMPOSITION METHOD AND DEVICE, INFLATION DEVICE, AND METHOD AND DEVICE FOR REFORMING LOW GRADE FUEL in
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387  ABSORBENT ARTICLES COMPRISING SUPERCRITICAL FLUID POLYMERIZED POLYMER in my patents list  
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388  BELT LINE WEATHER STRIP in my patents list  
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389  HEAT TRANSPORT DEVICE in my patents list  
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390  FOAMED, EXTRUDED ARTICLE OF THERMOPLASTIC ELASTOMER in my patents list  
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391  THERMOPLASTIC ELASTOMER GLASS RUN CHANNEL in my patents list  
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392  PATTERN FORMING METHOD in my patents list  
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393  METHOD FOR CASTING ALUMINUM ALLOY CASTING in my patents list  
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394  WASHING METHOD AND WASHING DEVICE OF ELECTRONIC COMPONENT MEMBERS BY SUPERCRITICAL FLUID in mypatents list  
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395  METHOD FOR PRODUCING RESIN FINE PARTICLE HAVING LOW ION CONTENT AND RESIN FINE PARTICLE HAVING LOW ION CONTENT in my patents list  
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396  Reaction system of organic substances employing supercritical fluid or subcritical fluid in my patents list 
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397  Method of sterilizing medical instruments in my patents list  
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398  AEROZOL PARTICLE, METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR PREPARATION THEREOF, AND PSEUDO SPRAYED DROPLETS COMPRISING AEROZOL PARTICLES in my patents list 
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399  METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR MEASURING PARTICLE DIAMETER DISTRIBUTION OF POWDER in my patents list  
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400  A method for the purification of marigold oleoresin in my patents list  
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401  METHOD FOR PRODUCING POLYETHYLENE POROUS MATERIAL in my patents list  
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402  FEEDING METHOD OF MATERIAL TO BE TREATED IN REACTOR FOR ORGANIC SUBSTANCE BY SUPERCRITICAL FLUID OR SUBCRITICAL FLUID in my patents list 
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403  METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING FLUOROPOLYMER in my patents list  
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404  A method for producing low density, polyolefin foamed article in my patents list  
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405  Method for extracting effective components from natural materials in my patents list  
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406  CONTROL METHOD AT THE TIME OF STARTING OF REACTION APPARATUS FOR ORGANIC SUBSTANCE, OR THE LIKE, BY SUPERCRITICAL FLUID OR SUBCRITICAL FLUID, AND CONSTITUTION FOR PREVENTING SHORTENING OF NON-COMPRESSION OPERATION TIME AND REDUCTION OF TEMPERATURE OF... in my patents list  
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407  REACTION DEVICE FOR ORGANIC SUBSTANCE, OR THE LIKE, BY SUPERCRITICAL FLUID OR SUBCRITICAL FLUID in my patents list  
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408  REACTION METHOD FOR ORGANIC REACTANT BY SUPERCRITICAL FLUID OR SUBCRITICAL FLUID AND APPARATUS THREFOR in my patents list  
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409  Device for fractionating mixtures in my patents list  
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410  Fine structure composite and drying method of fine structure using the same in my patents list 
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411 Method for removing dibutyl phthalate from lithium cell chip by supercritical carbon dioxide fluid extraction in my patents list   
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412  Process for separating zanthookylum bungeanum ingredient using supercritical fluid technology in my patents list  
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413  PROCESS FOR PRODUCING POLYMERIC COMPOSITE MATERIAL in my patents list  
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414  GRAPHITE INTERCALATION AND EXFOLIATION PROCESS in my patents list  
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415  METHOD AND EQUIPMENT FOR FORMING PARTICLES in my patents list  
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416  TANDEM TYPE MULTI-EXTRUSION FORMING METHOD AND APPARATUS THEREFOR in my patents list  
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417  ELECTRIC CONDUCTIVITY MEASURING CELL AND METHOD OF MEASURING THE SAME in my patents list  
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418  SUPERCRITICAL FLUID TREATMENT APPARATUS in my patents list  
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419  SUPERCRITICAL REFRIGERATION SYSTEM in my patents list  
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420  Electrochemical synthesis and processing of conducting polymers in supercritical media in my patents list 
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421  Nasal spray for treating headache and hemicrania and its preparation method in my patents list 
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422  CRITICAL FLUID ANTIMICROBIAL COMPOSITIONS AND THEIR USE AND GENERATION in my patents list  
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423  Supercritical fluid technology for cleaning processing chambers and systems in my patents list  
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424  Supercritical fluid delivery system for semiconductor wafer processing in my patents list  
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425  METHOD FOR PRODUCING AMINO COMPOUND in my patents list  
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426  Method and apparatus for cleaning a substrate by using a supercritical fluid in my patents list  
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427  Supercritical fluid-assisted deposition of materials on semiconductor substrates in my patents list 
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428  Cleaning of hydrocarbon-containing materials with critical and supercritical solents in my patents list 
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429  METHOD FOR PRODUCING COPOLYMER BLOCK in my patents list  
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430  SIMULTANEOUS EXTRACTION METHOD OF FLUOROQUINOLONE ANTIBIOTICS CIPROFLOXACIN, ENROFLOXACIN, OFLOXACIN AND NORFLOXACIN FROM EGGS BY SUPERCRITICAL FLUID EXTRACTION in my patents list  
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431  ADSORBENTS FOR SMOKING ARTICLES COMPRISING A NON-VOLATILE ORGANIC COMPOUND APPLIED USING A SUPERCRITICAL FLUID in my patents list  
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432  Method of extracting mixed propolis using supercritical fluid separation in my patents list  
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433  System configured for applying a modifying agent to a non-equidimensional substrate in my patents list  
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434  Tea polyphenols extracting process in my patents list  
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435  COMPOSITIONS AND METHOD FOR REMOVING PHOTORESIST AND/OR RESIST RESIDUE AT PRESSURES RANGING FROM AMBIENT TO SUPERCRITICAL in my patents lis
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437  Methods for extractin and reaction using supercritical fluids in my patents list  
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438  METHOD OF SYNTHESIS OF CARBON NANOMATERIALS in my patents list  
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439  METHOD FOR PARTICLE PRECIPITATION USING NEAR-CRITICAL AND SUPERCRITICAL ANTISOLVENTS in my patents list  
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440  SIMPLE PROCESS FOR PRODUCTION OF ZEOLITE ANALOGUES FUNCTIONING AS ACID CATALYSTS in my patents list 
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441  Process for preparing aluminium oxid nano fibre in my patents list  
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442  Method for incorporating additives in an ophthalmic article by means of a supercritical fluid in my patents list  
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443  Method and system for reactivating catalysts and a method and system for recycling supercritical fluids used to reactivate the catalysts in my patents list  
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445  Supercritical fluid cleaning process for precision surfaces in my patents list  
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446  No English title available in my patents list  
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447  Bio-active 3-D porous tissue engineering support material and its preparation method in my patents list  
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448  METHODS OF FORMING LAYERS OVER SUBSTRATES; AND METHODS OF FORMING TRENCHED ISOLATION REGIONS in my patents list  
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450  METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING TONER in my patents list  
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451  Non glue application method and mechanism for plastic foaming material in my patents list  
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452  PARTICLES FROM SUPERCRITICAL FROM SUPERCRITICAL FLUID EXTRACTION OF EMULSION in my patents list  
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455  Solid lightweight pipe for concrete in my patents list  
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457  Pump as a pressure source for supercritical fluid chromatography in my patents list  
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458  METHOD FOR DYEING INORGANIC OXIDE FINE PARTICLE WITH ORGANIC DYE AND INORGANIC OXIDE FINE PARTICLE DYED WITH ORGANIC DYE in my patents list 
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472  FLUID HOLDER, METHOD FOR MOLDING THE FLUID HOLDER, AND APPARATUS FOR THE SAME in my patents list  
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476  MOLDED PRODUCT, AND METHOD AND DEVICE FOR INJECTION MOLDING in my patents list  
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488  COMPOSITIONS AND METHODS FOR DRYING PATTERNED WAFERS DURING MANUFACTURE OF INTEGRATED CIRCUITRY PRODUCTS in my patents list  
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489  Oriental waterplantain rhizome sterol extract and its preparing method and quality control method in my patents list 
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490  SUPERCRITICAL DRYING METHOD AND SUPERCRITICAL DRYER in my patents list  
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491  AN COMPOSITION CONTAINING TRITERPENOID SAPONINS EXTRACTED FROM BAMBOO, AND THE PREPARATION METHOD AND USE THEREOF in my patents list  
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493  METHOD FOR BREAKING CARBON-SILICON BOND BY SUPERCRITICAL FLUID in my patents list  
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499  METHOD FOR DEPOLYMERIZING AROMATIC POLYCARBONATE in my patents list  
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