Process to Accomplish Autothermal or Steam Reforming Via a Reciprocating Compression Device

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The invention provides a method and apparatus for producing a synthesis gas from a variety of hydrocarbons. The apparatus (device) consists of a semi-batch, non-constant volume reactor to generate a synthesis gas. While the apparatus feeds mixtures of air, steam, and hydrocarbons into a cylinder where work is performed on the fluid by a piston to adiabatically raise its temperature without heat transfer from an external source.

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Lyons, David K.; James, Robert; Berry, David A. & Gardern, Todd September 21, 2004.

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The invention provides a method and apparatus for producing a synthesis gas from a variety of hydrocarbons. The apparatus (device) consists of a semi-batch, non-constant volume reactor to generate a synthesis gas. While the apparatus feeds mixtures of air, steam, and hydrocarbons into a cylinder where work is performed on the fluid by a piston to adiabatically raise its temperature without heat transfer from an external source.

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1166 KILOBYTES pages

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U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, www.uspto.gov; OSTI as DE00835108

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Lyons, David K.; James, Robert; Berry, David A. & Gardern, Todd. Process to Accomplish Autothermal or Steam Reforming Via a Reciprocating Compression Device, patent, September 21, 2004; (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc782328/: accessed December 13, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.