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EP2955372 A3 2016-06-29 [EP2955372] EP2955372 A2 2015-12-16 [EP2955372] / 2016-06-29 2015-12-16
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2015EP-0275151 / 2015-06-10
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FRIESTH KEVIN LEE
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FRIESTH KEVIN LEE
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F01K-003/00;F01K-003/12;F01K-023/10;F02C-001/05;F03G-006/06;F03G-007/10;F22B-001/00;F28D-020/00;H02K-007/18
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Provided is a consumer to industrial scale renewable energy based quintuple-generation systems and energy storage facility. 
The present invention has both mobile and stationary embodiments. 
The present invention includes energy recovery, energy production, energy processing, pyrolysis, byproduct process utilization systems, separation process systems and handling and storage systems, as well as an open architecture for integration and development of additional processes, systems and applications. 
The system of the present invention primarily uses adaptive metrics, biometrics and thermal imaging sensory analysis (including additional input sensors for analysis) for monitoring and control with the utilization of an integrated artificial intelligence and automation control system, thus providing a balanced, environmentally-friendly ecosystem.
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1. A process comprising: a) Capturing energies; said captured energies comprising at least one of wind, photovoltaic, chemical, combustion and thermal energy; b) Converting said captured energies to at least one intermediary using at least one of a generator, cooling tower, turbine, electrolyzer, compressor, gas separator, heat exchanger, thermal storage tank, Stirling engine, steam turbine, absorption chiller and chemical reactor; c) Wherein said intermediary comprises at least two of steam, electricity, water, hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen, argon, neon, xenon, krypton, agricultural feedstock, molten salt, oil, ice, glycol and water mixture and ammonia; and d) Storing at least one of the thermal energy and intermediary in at least one storage medium.
2. The process of claim 1 wherein said thermal energy is captured via at least one of solar thermal energy and geothermal energy.
3. The process of claim 1 wherein said captured energies are converted to at least one electrical energy and rotational energy using at least one of a steam turbine and Stirling engine.
4. The process of claim 1 wherein said intermediary is utilized by at least two of a distiller, heat exchanger, Stirling engine, fuel cell, generator, turbine, electrolyzer, compressor and swing absorption module to create at least one of chemical and thermal byproducts.
5. The process of claim 4 wherein said fuel cell further comprises at least one plate comprising a mixture of ceramic and at least one of graphene and graphite.
6. The process of claim 1 wherein said at least one intermediary is utilized as input to at least one distillation module, electrolyzer, compressor, ammonia reactor, pressure swing absorption module, steam engine, Stirling engine and manufacturing facility to produce at least one product selected from the group consisting of: a) Rotational work; b) Mechanical work; c) Electricity; d) Purified water; e) Component chemical products; f) Ammonia production; g) Ethanol Ammonium Nitrate production; h) Hydroxyl Ammonium Nitrate production; i) Nitrogen; j) Noble gases; k) Produce; l) Plants; m) Cement products; n) Cast iron products; o) Plastics products; p) Bio-plastics products; q) Carbon fiber products; r) Pyrolysis; s) Environmental heating, ventilation and air conditioning; t) Agricultural feedstock; u) Dairy products; v) Nitrate products; w) Desalination; x) Brick and block products; y) Ethanol products; z) Steel products; aa) Aluminum products; and bb) Combinations thereof;
7. The process of claim 1 wherein said thermal energy is utilized by at least one of an ammonia reactor, Stirling engine, radiant heating loop and radiant cooling loop.
8. The process of claim 1 further comprising a multi-effect absorption refrigeration system, wherein said multi-effect absorption refrigeration system comprises a plurality of evaporators, absorbers, heat exchangers and condensers.
9. The process of claim 1 wherein said storage medium comprises at least one thermal energy storage unit, chemical storage unit and electrical grid unit.
10. The process of claim 1 wherein said thermal energies are stored in combinations of high-heat capacity fluids, medium-heat capacity fluids, low-heat capacity fluids and working fluids in at least one corresponding storage tank.
11. The process of claim 11 utilizing at least one of said high-heat capacity fluids, medium-heat capacity fluids, low-heat capacity fluids and working fluids to operate at least one ammonia cooling, vapor-exchanger and absorption cooling module for cold temperature energy storage in at least one corresponding storage tank.
12. The process of claim 1 further comprising: a) At least one input and output to an existing electrical grid.
13. The process of claim 12 further comprising: a) An electrical substation between the captured energy, storage and conversion devices and said existing electrical grid.
14. A Stirling engine for utilizing thermal energy gradients wherein said Stirling engine comprises: a) At least one of a driveshaft, generator and bearings; b) At least one of a compression side cylinder, a power piston, a regenerator area, a displacer cylinder and a piston; c) An over-sized high-heat thermal loop interfacing with said displacer cylinder; and d) An ice water cooling loop interfacing with said compression side cylinder.
15. The Stirling engine of claim 14 wherein at least one crosshead guide is utilized in at least one said compression side cylinder and said displacer cylinder.
16. The Stirling engine of claim 15 wherein said at least one crosshead guide includes at least one gasket or seal.
17. The Stirling engine of claim 14 wherein at least one of said compression side cylinder, said power piston, said regenerator area, said displacer cylinder and said piston comprise a cylinder work unit.
18. The Stirling engine of claim 17 wherein a plurality of cylinders are arranged in at least two rows wherein a first row of cylinders staggered relative to a second row of cylinders and the longitudinal center axes of said first row cylinders running in parallel with the longitudinal center axes angle of said second row cylinders to form a row of said cylinder work units.
19. The Stirling engine of claim 18 wherein said at least two rows of said cylinder work units relating to a plurality of positioning members positioning said cylinder work units in at least one of a linear, inline "V", double "V", "W", or rotary arrangement.
20. The Stirling engine of claim 14 wherein said Stirling engine comprises an additional loop interface; said additional loop interface utilizing waste heat from said engine to heat media in a waste-heat loop.
21. The Stirling engine of claim 20 utilizing said additional loop as a radiant heat source for at least one of a device and area.
22. A thermal storage tank wherein thermal energy is stored in media in said thermal storage tank wherein said media is selected from the group consisting of: a) High-heat capacity fluid; b) Medium-heat capacity fluid; c) Low-heat capacity fluid; d) Working fluid; e) Cold capacity fluid or solid; and f) Combinations thereof.
23. The thermal storage tank of claim 22 wherein a first temperature loop is interfaced at one end of said storage tank and a second, higher temperature loop is interfaced at the other end to produce a thermocline storage tank.
24. The thermal storage tank of claim 22 wherein said thermal storage tanks utilize a double-walled design said double-wall cavity holds an intermediary thermal insulator to completely surround said storage media in said storage tank.
25. The thermal storage tank of claim 23 wherein said thermal insulator in said double-walled storage tank is chosen based on its phase change properties and can be utilized as an intermediary waste energy reclamation source.
26. The thermal storage tank of claim 24 wherein said media are stored in at least two of a high-heat storage tank, medium-heat storage tank; low-heat storage tank; and cold storage tank.
27. A solar energy collector comprising: a) At least one linear parabolic reflector; b) At least one linear receiver comprising: i) At least one high-temperature thermal absorber; ii) At least one medium-temperature thermal absorber; and iii) At least one of a coordinating reflector and radiator having at least one high-temperature thermal fluid capture loop and medium-temperature thermal fluid capture loop; andc) Crescent-shaped cross-supports attaching said linear parabolic reflector and said linear receiver, allowing for unimpeded independent rotational motion of said linear parabolic reflector.
28. The solar energy collector of claim 27 further comprising at least one photovoltaic panel above said at least one linear parabolic reflector.
29. The solar energy collector of claim 27 further comprising at least one actuator and at least one swivel joint to allow at least one of said at least one linear parabolic receiver and at least one linear receiver to move along at least one axis.
30. The solar energy collector of claim 27 wherein said cross-supports are used as a guiding rail for a cleaner for said reflectors and said photovoltaic panels.
31. The solar panel cleaner of claim 30 wherein said cleaner is associated with an accompanying transfer crane to move said cleaner from one set of said cross-supports to another.
32. The solar panel cleaner of claim 31 wherein said cleaner is capable of moving from one set of said cross-supports to another on a schedule or automatically upon sensing lower efficiency of said solar panels.
33. A multi-effect absorption refrigeration system, wherein said multi-effect absorption refrigeration system comprises a plurality of evaporators, absorbers, heat exchangers and condensers.
34. The multi-effect absorption refrigeration system of claim 33 wherein said multi-effect absorption refrigeration system further comprises: a) A highest input temperature in a fourth generator; b) A heat exchanger between a fourth condenser and a third generator; c) A heat exchanger between a third condenser and a second generator; d) A heat exchanger between a second condenser and a first generator; e) Wherein each said generator removes a portion of refrigerant vapor to reduce the highest input temperature to a successively lower temperature to each successive said condenser.
35. A computerized energy control system comprising: a) Artificial intelligence and machine learning to monitor, process, control and re-allocate at least one captured energies, conversion of at least one intermediary media and storing of said captured energies.
36. The computerized control system of claim 35 wherein said computerized control system adapts to demand changes with machine learning based on at least one of a previous user input and defined rule.
37. The computerized control system of claim 35 wherein said computerized control system comprises at least one layer selected from the group consisting of: a) Master control intelligent supervisor system; b) Master network operation center; c) Network operation center; d) Consumer appliance and home control; and e) Combinations thereof.
38. The computerized control system of claim 37 wherein said master control intelligent supervisor system layer supervises energy capture and generation based on Baseload and Peaker demand input and said master network operation center layer monitors and analyzes grid operations, tracks power quality, creates billing and reports, controls and responds to changes in demand and monitors and controls energy storage.
39. The computerized control system of claim 37 wherein said network operation center monitors and analyzes power, peak provisioning and frequency stabilization and said consumer control layer monitors and reports end user dwelling usage and provides end users with control over dwelling and appliances.
40. A process for utilizing and recycling renewable thermal energy input to produce at least one product selected from the group consisting of: a) Rotational work; b) Mechanical work; c) Electricity; d) Purified water; e) Component chemical products; f) Ammonia production; g) Ethanol Ammonium Nitrate production; h) Hydroxyl Ammonium Nitrate production; i) Nitrogen; j) Noble gases; k) Produce; l) Plants; m) Cement products; n) Cast iron products; o) Plastics products; p) Bio-plastics products; q) Carbon fiber products; r) Pyrolysis; s) Environmental heating, ventilation and air conditioning; t) Agricultural feedstock; u) Dairy products; v) Nitrate products; w) Desalination; x) Brick and block products; y) Ethanol products; z) Steel products; aa) Aluminum products; and bb) Combinations thereof.
41. The process of claim 40 wherein desalination and byproduct processing utilizes renewable thermal energy input comprising: a) Utilizing thermal energy converted to at least one of rotational work and electricity for at least one sub-process and module; b) Input of recycled brine solution to at least one evaporator module; c) Input of pre-heat and heat thermal energy to said at least one evaporator module; d) Recovering waste heat from said at least one evaporator module using at least one waste-heat recovery loop; e) Wherein said at least one byproduct from said at least one evaporator module is input to at least one vacuum evaporation module; f) Combining said at least one byproduct from said at least one evaporator module transferred to said at least one vacuum evaporation module with raw materials and thermal energy input; g) Recovering waste heat from said vacuum evaporation module using at least one waste-heat recovery loop; h) Processing materials from said at least one vacuum evaporation module through at least one camalite crystallization module; i) Wherein byproduct from said at least one camalite crystallization module is processed through at least one of a bromide stripper and absorber module and a leaching module; j) Wherein materials from said leaching module are processed through at least one filter-dehydrator module; k) Wherein materials from said at least one filter-dehydrator module are processed through at least one hydrator-electrolyzer module; l) Wherein materials from said at least one camalite crystallization module transferred to at least one bromide stripper and absorber module are combined with raw materials and thermal energy input; m) Recovering waste heat from said at least one bromide stripper and absorber module using at least one waste-heat loop; n) Processing materials from said at least one bromide stripper and absorber module to at least one of a distillation module and precipitation module; o) Processing materials from said distillation module to a bromide production module; p) Wherein materials from said at least one bromide stripper and absorber module transferred to at least one precipitation module are combined with raw materials and thermal energy input; q) Recovering waste heat from said at least one precipitation module using at least one waste-heat loop; r) Processing materials from said at least one precipitation module to at least one filter-washing module; s) Processing materials from said at least one filter-washing module to at least one of a dryer module and ammonia loop module; and t) Wherein said at least one ammonia loop module transfers materials back to said at least one precipitation module.
42. The process of claim 41 wherein said input thermal energy is from recycled waste heat loops thermal energy.
43. The process of claim 41 wherein said recycled brine solution cycled through at least one evaporator module produces at least one byproduct of gypsum, crude salt, and high-heat retaining solar salt;
44. The process of claim 43 wherein said crude salt is further processed through at least one washing-iodization module to produce rock salt.
45. The process of claim 41 wherein said at least one vacuum evaporation module produces at least one byproduct of potassium hydroxide, chlorine, and evaporated salt.
46. The process of claim 41 wherein potassium chloride is extracted from at least one byproduct of said filter-dehydrator module.
47. The process of claim 41 wherein magnesium hydroxide is extracted from said at least one of a dryer module and ammonia loop module.
48. The process of claim 40 producing cement from renewable thermal energy input comprising: a) Utilizing thermal energy converted to at least one of rotational work and electricity for at least one sub-process and module; b) Input of at least one of ash, lime, carbon, magnesium oxide and gypsum to a kiln; c) Input of pre-heat and heat thermal energy to said kiln; d) Recovering waste heat from said kiln using at least one waste-heat recovery loop; e) Processing materials from said kiln to a klinker and inputting further pre-heat and heat energy to said klinker; f) Recovering waste heat from said klinker using said at least one waste-heat recovery loop; g) Processing materials from said klinker to a cement mill and inputting further pre-heat and heat energy to said cement mill; h) Recovering waste heat from said cement mill using said at least one waste-heat recovery loop; i) Processing materials from said cement mill to an intermixing module and inputting further pre-heat and heat energy to said intermixing module; j) Recovering waste heat from said intermixing module using said at least one waste-heat recovery loop; k) Processing materials from said intermixing module to a cement product finalization module and inputting further pre-heat and heat energy to said cement product finalization module; and l) Recovering waste heat from said cement product finalization module using said at least one waste-heat recovery loop.
49. The process of claim 40 producing cast iron from renewable thermal energy input comprising: a) Utilizing thermal energy converted to at least one of rotational work and electricity for at least one sub-process and module; b) Input of at least one of iron, steel, carbon, and silicon to a blast furnace; c) Input of pre-heat and heat thermal energy to said blast furnace; d) Recovering waste heat from said blast furnace using at least one waste-heat recovery loop; e) Processing materials from said blast furnace to an alloy mixing and induction module and inputting further pre-heat and heat energy to said alloy mixing and induction module; f) Recovering waste heat from said alloy mixing and induction module using said at least one waste-heat recovery loop; g) Processing materials from said alloy mixing and induction module to a spheroidizing module and inputting further pre-heat and heat energy to said spheroidizing module; h) Recovering waste heat from said spheroidizing module using said at least one waste-heat recovery loop; i) Processing materials from said spheroidizing module to a casting and annealing module and inputting further pre-heat and heat energy to said casting and annealing module; j) Recovering waste heat from said casting and annealing module using said at least one waste-heat recovery loop; k) Processing materials from said casting and annealing module to a cast iron product finalization module and inputting further pre-heat and heat energy to said cast iron product finalization module; and l) Recovering waste heat from said cast iron product finalization module using said at least one waste-heat recovery loop.
50. The process of claim 40 producing plastics from renewable thermal energy input comprising: a) Utilizing thermal energy converted to at least one of rotational work and electricity for at least one sub-process and module; b) Input of base materials to a resin processor; c) Input of pre-heat and heat thermal energy to said resin processor; d) Recovering waste heat from said resin processor using at least one waste-heat recovery loop; e) Processing materials from said resin processor to a furnace and inputting further pre-heat and heat energy to said furnace; f) Recovering waste heat from said furnace using said at least one waste-heat recovery loop; g) Processing materials from said furnace to an oven and press module and inputting further pre-heat and heat energy to said oven and press module; h) Recovering waste heat from said oven and press module using said at least one waste-heat recovery loop; i) Processing materials from said oven and press module to a mold and casting module and inputting further pre-heat and heat energy to said mold and casting module; j) Recovering waste heat from said mold and casting module using said at least one waste-heat recovery loop; k) Processing materials from said mold and casting module to a plastic product finalization module and inputting further pre-heat and heat energy to said plastic product finalization module; and l) Recovering waste heat from said plastic product finalization module using said at least one waste-heat recovery loop.
51. The process of claim 40 producing bio-plastics from renewable thermal energy input comprising: a) Utilizing thermal energy converted to at least one of rotational work and electricity for at least one sub-process and module; b) Input of base materials to a carbon dioxide catalyst; c) Input of pre-heat and heat thermal energy to said carbon dioxide catalyst; d) Recovering waste heat from said carbon dioxide catalyst using at least one waste-heat recovery loop; e) Processing materials from said carbon dioxide catalyst to a furnace and inputting further pre-heat and heat energy to said furnace; f) Recovering waste heat from said furnace using said at least one waste-heat recovery loop; g) Processing materials from said furnace to an oven and press module and inputting further pre-heat and heat energy to said oven and press module; h) Recovering waste heat from said oven and press module using said at least one waste-heat recovery loop; i) Processing materials from said oven and press module to a mold and casting module and inputting further pre-heat and heat energy to said mold and casting module; j) Recovering waste heat from said mold and casting module using said at least one waste-heat recovery loop; k) Processing materials from said mold and casting module to a plastic product finalization module and inputting further pre-heat and heat energy to said plastic product finalization module; and l) Recovering waste heat from said plastic product finalization module using said at least one waste-heat recovery loop.
52. The process of claim 40 producing carbon fiber from renewable thermal energy input comprising: a) Utilizing thermal energy converted to at least one of rotational work and electricity for at least one sub-process and module; b) Input of base materials to at least one stretch process module and melt and spin module; c) Input of pre-heat and heat thermal energy to said at least one stretch process module and melt and spin module; d) Recovering waste heat from said at least one stretch process module and melt and spin module using at least one waste-heat recovery loop; e) Processing materials from said at least one stretch process module and melt and spin module to a thermoset module and inputting further pre-heat and heat energy to said furnace; f) Recovering waste heat from said thermoset module using said at least one waste-heat recovery loop; g) Processing materials from said thermoset module to a carbonize and graphitize module and inputting further pre-heat and heat energy to said module; h) Recovering waste heat from said carbonize and graphitize module using said at least one waste-heat recovery loop; i) Processing materials from said carbonize and graphitize module to a surface treatment and epoxy sizing module and inputting further pre-heat and heat energy to said module; j) Recovering waste heat from said surface treatment and epoxy sizing module using said at least one waste-heat recovery loop; k) Processing materials from said surface treatment and epoxy sizing module to a carbon fiber product finalization module and inputting further pre-heat and heat energy to said carbon fiber product finalization module; and l) Recovering waste heat from said carbon fiber product finalization module using said at least one waste-heat recovery loop.
53. The process of claim 40 producing brick and block products from renewable thermal energy input comprising: a) Utilizing thermal energy converted to at least one of rotational work and electricity for at least one sub-process and module; b) Input of base materials to at least one brick and block machine; c) Input of pre-heat and heat thermal energy to said at least one brick and block machine; d) Recovering waste heat from said at least one brick and block machine using at least one waste-heat recovery loop; e) Processing materials from said at least brick and block machine to a holding room and inputting further pre-heat and heat energy to said holding room; f) Recovering waste heat from said holding room using said at least one waste-heat recovery loop; g) Processing materials from said holding room to a tunnel dryer and inputting further pre-heat and heat energy to said module; h) Recovering waste heat from said tunnel dryer using said at least one waste-heat recovery loop; i) Processing materials from said tunnel dryer to a tunnel kiln and inputting further pre-heat and heat energy to said module; j) Recovering waste heat from said tunnel kiln using said at least one waste-heat recovery loop; k) Processing materials from said tunnel kiln to a brick and block product finalization module and inputting further pre-heat and heat energy to said brick and block product finalization module; and l) Recovering waste heat from said brick and block product finalization module using said at least one waste-heat recovery loop.
54. The process of claim 40 producing aluminum from renewable thermal energy input comprising: a) Utilizing thermal energy converted to at least one of rotational work and electricity for at least one sub-process and module; b) Input of base materials to at least one process separation module and ore refining module; c) Input of pre-heat and heat thermal energy to said at least one process separation module and ore refining module; d) Recovering waste heat from said at least one process separation module and ore refining module using at least one waste-heat recovery loop; e) Processing materials from said at least one process separation module and ore refining module to at least one anode plant module and bath treatment module and inputting further pre-heat and heat energy to said at least one anode plant module and bath module; f) Recovering waste heat from said at least one anode plant module and bath treatment module using said at least one waste-heat recovery loop; g) Processing materials from said at least one anode plant module to an anode furnace module and inputting further pre-heat and heat energy to said module; h) Recovering waste heat from said anode furnace module using said at least one waste-heat recovery loop; i) Processing materials from said anode furnace module to a rodding shop module and inputting further pre-heat and heat energy to said module; j) Recovering waste heat from said rodding shop module using said at least one waste-heat recovery loop; k) Processing materials from said at least one rodding shop module and bath treatment module to an electrolysis/potliners module and inputting further pre-heat and heat energy to said module; l) Recovering waste heat from said electrolysis/potliners module using said at least one waste-heat recovery loop; m) Processing materials from said electrolysis/potliners module to an aluminum casting module and inputting further pre-heat and heat energy to said module; n) Recovering waste heat from said aluminum casting module using said at least one waste-heat recovery loop; o) Processing materials from said aluminum casting module to an aluminum product finalization module and inputting further pre-heat and heat energy to said module; and p) Recovering waste heat from said aluminum product finalization module using said at least one waste-heat recovery loop.
55. The process of claim 40 producing steel from renewable thermal energy input comprising: a) Utilizing thermal energy converted to at least one of rotational work and electricity for at least one sub-process and module; b) Input of base materials to at least one blast furnace and electric arc furnace; c) Input of pre-heat and heat thermal energy to said at least one blast furnace and electric arc furnace; d) Recovering waste heat from said at least one blast furnace and electric arc furnace using at least one waste-heat recovery loop; e) Processing materials from said at least one blast furnace and electric arc furnace to a continuous caster module and inputting further pre-heat and heat energy to said module; f) Recovering waste heat from said continuous caster module using said at least one waste-heat recovery loop; g) Processing materials from said continuous caster module to a hot rolling line and inputting further pre-heat and heat energy to said module; h) Recovering waste heat from said hot rolling line using said at least one waste-heat recovery loop; i) Processing materials from said hot rolling line to a cold rolling line and inputting further pre-heat and heat energy to said module; j) Recovering waste heat from said cold rolling line using said at least one waste-heat recovery loop; k) Processing materials from said cold rolling line to at least one hot dipping line and electro galvanizing line and inputting further pre-heat and heat energy to said at least one hot dipping line and electro galvanizing line; and l) Recovering waste heat from said at least one hot dipping line and electro galvanizing line using said at least one waste-heat recovery loop.
56. The process of claim 40 producing ethanol from renewable thermal energy input comprising: a) Utilizing thermal energy converted to at least one of rotational work and electricity for at least one sub-process and module; b) Input of at least one of corn, stover, residues, bacteria, enzymes, carbon dioxide, nutrients, light, and oxygen to at least one of a sugar module and photobioreactor and phytoplankton module; c) Input of pre-heat and heat thermal energy to said at least one of a sugar module and photobioreactor and phytoplankton module; d) Recovering waste heat from said at least one of a sugar module and photobioreactor and phytoplankton module using at least one waste-heat recovery loop; e) Processing materials from said at least one of a sugar module and photobioreactor and phytoplankton module to at least one of a ferment and carbon dioxide recovery module and bioreactor with zooplankton and inputting further pre-heat and heat energy to said at least one of a ferment and carbon dioxide recovery module and bioreactor with zooplankton; f) Recovering waste heat from said at least one of a ferment and carbon dioxide recovery module and bioreactor with zooplankton using said at least one waste-(...)
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Event publication date=2017-02-15 
Event code=EP/17P 
Event indicator=Pos 
Event type=Examination events 
Request for examination filed
Pruefungsantrag gestellt

Effective date of the event=2016-12-28 



Event publication date=2017-02-15 
Event code=EP/RBV 
Event indicator=Pos 
Event type=Designated states 
Event type=Corrections 
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Benannte vertragsstaaten (korr.)
AL AT BE BG CH CY CZ DE DK EE ES FI FR GB GR HR HU IE IS IT LI LT LU LV MC MK MT NL NO PL PT RO RS SE SI SK SM TR
MEMBER STATE LEGAL DETAILS FOR HK1218148

Actual or expected expiration date=2035-06-10   
Legal state=ALIVE   
Status=GRANTED 

Corresponding cc: 
Designated or member state=HK Corresponding appl: HK16106103 
Application date in the designated or member state=2016-05-30  
Application number in the designated or member state=2016HK-0106103
Corresponding cc: 
Designated or member state=HK Corresponding pat: HK1218148 
Publication stage code in the designated or member state=A1 
Publication date in the designated or member state=2017-02-03  
Publication number in the designated or member state=HK1218148



Event publication date=2017-02-03 
Event code=EP/REG 
Event code=HK/DE 
Event type=Examination events 
Reference to a national code
Requests to designate patent in hong kong
Requests to record published in hong kong
Corresponding cc: 
Designated or member state=HK 



Event publication date=2017-02-03 
Event code=HK/STCHG 
Patent status changed by the national office
Corresponding cc: 
Designated or member state=HK
专利类型码
A3 A2
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