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Philippe R Murcia

from Port Chester, NY
Age ~77

Philippe Murcia Phones & Addresses

  • Port Chester, NY
  • 2 Sherman Ave, Greenwich, CT 06830 (203) 531-9475
  • White Plains, NY
  • New Canaan, CT
  • New York, NY
  • Glen Head, NY
  • 2 Sherman Ave, Greenwich, CT 06830

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Company / Classification
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Philippe Murcia
Chairman
ALTERNENERGY CORP
2 Sherman Ave, Greenwich, CT 06830

Publications

Us Patents

Organically Clean Biomass Fuel

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US Patent:
6818027, Nov 16, 2004
Filed:
Jan 13, 2004
Appl. No.:
10/756602
Inventors:
Philippe R. Murcia - Greenwich CT
Assignee:
Ecoem, L.L.C. - Greenwich CT
International Classification:
C10L 540
US Classification:
44550, 44590, 44606
Abstract:
An organically clean biomass fuel formed of mixture of a powder, which may be either dried, cellulosic product, wood charcoal powder, and/or a combination of the two, and a fluid, which may be vegetable oil, vegetable alcohol or a combination of the two. A centrifugal machine dries moist, cellulosic product and extracts black liquor. A grinder transforms the dried, cellulosic product into powder. Gum may be extracted from the vegetable oil or vegetable alcohol. A batch mixer or vibrating vessel mixes the powder and the fluid together; the fluid moisturizes the powder. Depending upon the relative amount of the fluid as compared to powder, the mixture will either be in a liquid cream state or a doughy state. If the latter, the mixture may be pressed into briquettes or ingots.

Composite Material Paneling And Method Of Making The Same

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US Patent:
6821595, Nov 23, 2004
Filed:
Feb 21, 2002
Appl. No.:
10/081034
Inventors:
Philippe R. Murcia - White Plains NY
Robert J. Hess - New York NY
Assignee:
Ecoem, L.L.C. - Greenwich CT
International Classification:
B32B 512
US Classification:
428 49, 428 2, 428106, 428110, 428178, 428188, 428464, 428496, 428511, 428528, 428541, 4289033, 428921
Abstract:
A composite material panel having alternating layers of wood veneer with recycled or waste material. The layers are sandwiched together. The technique involves forming the composite material layer by layer and employing materials in each layer that are suited to satisfy requirements for specific kinds of construction. The layer of recycled or waste material is preferably flexible and has memory. Some examples include plastic straw, bars from plastic, tires or metal, balls from plastic or tires, sheet from plastic, tires or metal, air bubble cushioning from plastic. The metal is exemplified by aluminum and tin.

Organically Clean Biomass Fuel

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US Patent:
7241321, Jul 10, 2007
Filed:
Oct 27, 2004
Appl. No.:
10/974409
Inventors:
Philippe R. Murcia - Greenwich CT, US
Assignee:
Ecoem, LLC - Greenwich CT
International Classification:
C10L 5/00
US Classification:
44589, 44590, 44606, 44634, 44635, 44636
Abstract:
An organically clean biomass fuel formed of mixture of a powder, which may be either dried, cellulosic product, wood charcoal powder, and/or a combination of the two, and a fluid, which may be vegetable oil, vegetable alcohol or a combination of the two. A centrifugal machine dries moist, cellulosic product and extracts black liquor. A grinder transforms the dried, cellulosic product into powder. Gum may be extracted from the vegetable oil or vegetable alcohol. A batch mixer or vibrating vessel mixes the powder and the fluid together; the fluid moisturizes the powder. Depending upon the relative amount of the fluid as compared to powder, the mixture will either be in a liquid cream state or a doughy state. If the latter, the mixture may be pressed into briquettes or ingots.

Forest Rejuvenation And Preservation

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US Patent:
7320348, Jan 22, 2008
Filed:
Apr 25, 2003
Appl. No.:
10/423645
Inventors:
Philippe R. Murcia - White Plains NY, US
Assignee:
ECOEM, LLC - Greenwich CT
International Classification:
A01G 23/02
US Classification:
144335, 144 41
Abstract:
A method of rejuvenating and preserving a forest by transforming wood waste. Tree species are identified in a forest area. Equipment is then selected or modified based on the identified tree species. Wood waste of the identified tree species is gathered and transformed into useful wood derived end products with the selected or modified equipment. The wood waste may be transformed into wood charcoal and used as a fuel in a furnace to heat a boiler to produce steam. The steam is used to drive a turbine that runs an electric generator to produce electricity to run equipment that transforms the wood waste.

Portable Kiln For Making Charcoal From Forestry Wood Waste

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US Patent:
20020148716, Oct 17, 2002
Filed:
Jan 29, 2002
Appl. No.:
10/058677
Inventors:
Philippe Murcia - White Plains NY, US
International Classification:
C10B001/00
C10B051/00
US Classification:
202/083000, 202/211000, 202/091000, 202/213000
Abstract:
A portable kiln is transported to a site of logging where there is significant wood waste. At the site, wood waste is collected. The portable kiln is assembled as it is being loaded with wood waste. Once the portable kiln is assembled it is lit with all air intakes open. When combustion is complete and charring begins, some of the air intakes are closed. When charring ends, all of the air intakes and exhausts are closed to permit the kiln to cool down.

Portable Reactor

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US Patent:
20030159913, Aug 28, 2003
Filed:
Feb 22, 2002
Appl. No.:
10/082475
Inventors:
Philippe Murcia - White Plains NY, US
International Classification:
C10B047/00
B09B003/00
C10B001/08
US Classification:
201/035000, 201/021000, 202/128000, 202/242000, 202/245000, 422/198000, 422/202000
Abstract:
A portable reactor container that contains a removable fire grate enclosure and an incline on its floor that slopes to a discharge port. Heating elements are arranged between the enclosure and the container. A heat recovery section, which may be a water reservoir, surrounds the outside of the container to convert water into steam by absorbing heat leaving the container. The enclosure may be inserted into or removed from the container with a forklift. Wood waste or other wood waste material may be filled into the fire crate enclosure to be transformed into wood charcoal by heating appropriately while the container is hermetically sealed.

Tree Girdling With A Water Jet Cutting Device

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US Patent:
20040003500, Jan 8, 2004
Filed:
Apr 25, 2003
Appl. No.:
10/423682
Inventors:
Philippe Murcia - White Plains NY, US
International Classification:
A01G003/08
US Classification:
030/121000
Abstract:
A tree girdling technique that uses a water jet cutting device to effect girdling of a tree. After making an undercut in a tree, a girdler is wrapped about a tree at an elevation lower than the undercut and pressurized water with abrasive particles are dispensed from the girdler about the girth of the tree. The dispensing may be done either by rotating a port about the girth or by positioning a series of ports each arranged to direct the pressurized water with abrasive particles to flow in a stream at an oblique angle relative to the inner face of the girdler.

Extracting Energy From Non-Potable Water Of A Sewer Process

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US Patent:
20040112805, Jun 17, 2004
Filed:
Dec 17, 2002
Appl. No.:
10/320897
Inventors:
Philippe Murcia - White Plains NY, US
International Classification:
C02F001/72
US Classification:
210/101000, 210/758000
Abstract:
Extracting energy from clean, non-potable water that had been treated at a sewage station. The extraction is by driving a water turbine and electric generator with the non-potable water, oxidizing the water as it leaves the at least one water turbine and pressurizing the oxidized, cleaned, non-potable water and mixing it with a fresh supply of clean, non-potable water to feed into the at least one water turbine. The fresh supply may be open to atmosphere and at an elevation higher than that of the at least one turbine.
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