Patents Assigned to SEE - SOLUÇÕES, ENERGIA E MEIO AMBIENTE LTDA.
  • Publication number: 20160327267
    Abstract: The invention relates to a process of combustion of solid, liquid or gaseous hydrocarbon (HC) raw materials in a heat engine comprising at least one combustion chamber, said process comprising at least one iteration of the following steps, which constitute/form a combustion cycle, wherein a load of hydrocarbon (HC) materials and an oxidizing gas are added to said combustion chamber, combustion of said load of hydrocarbon materials being triggered by said oxidizing gas; characterized in that said oxidizing gas comprises: trioxygen (O3) and carbon dioxide (CO2) and/or carbon trioxide (CO3). The invention likewise relates to a heat engine for carrying out and conducting the process according to the invention, and to a system for producing energy from hydrocarbon materials by implementing and operating such engine.
    Type: Application
    Filed: December 10, 2014
    Publication date: November 10, 2016
    Applicant: SEE - SOLUÇÕES, ENERGIA E MEIO AMBIENTE LTDA.
    Inventor: Raymond GUYOMARC'H
  • Publication number: 20160298043
    Abstract: The invention refers to a recycling process of a so-called gaseous flow (106) of CO2 essentially containing molecules of CO2, said process comprising the following steps: heating of said gaseous flow of CO2 at a pyrolysis temperature of the material containing carbon (104); pyrolysis of a load of a carbon-containing material (104) containing elements of carbon by said gaseous flow, said pyrolysis reducing the molecules of CO2 by said elements of carbon to produce a first gaseous flow (110) essentially containing molecules of carbon monoxide (CO) at high temperature; oxidation of said molecules of carbon monoxide (CO) by elements of oxygen (O), said oxidation producing a second gaseous flow (114) essentially containing molecules of CO2; reduction of said molecules of CO2 of said second gaseous flow (114), said reduction supplying a third gaseous flow (120) essentially containing molecules of carbon monoxide (CO). It also refers to a system to perform such a process.
    Type: Application
    Filed: April 12, 2016
    Publication date: October 13, 2016
    Applicant: SEE - Soluções, Energia e Meio Ambiente Ltda.
    Inventor: Raymond François Guyomarc'h
  • Patent number: 9327971
    Abstract: The invention relates to a process for treating liquid and/or pasty hydrocarbon materials, more particularly fuel oil, more particularly still heavy fuel oil, in which the hydrocarbon materials are firstly brought to the autoignition temperature, then mixed with a controlled amount of oxygen in order to obtain a first gaseous stream and a non-gaseous mass, more particularly a solid mass, comprising solid hydrocarbon molecules which are then oxidized by a gaseous stream of CO2 in order to obtain a second gaseous stream. The first and second gaseous streams are then mixed in order to obtain a third gaseous stream comprising carbon monoxide having a high energy value. The invention also relates to a system implementing the process according to the invention and an installation implementing such a system.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: February 5, 2013
    Date of Patent: May 3, 2016
    Assignee: See-Soluções, Energia e Meio Ambiente LTDA
    Inventor: Raymond Guyomarc'h
  • Publication number: 20150014593
    Abstract: The invention relates to a process for treating liquid and/or pasty hydrocarbon materials, more particularly fuel oil, more particularly still heavy fuel oil, in which the hydrocarbon materials are firstly brought to the autoignition temperature, then mixed with a controlled amount of oxygen in order to obtain a first gaseous stream and a non-gaseous mass, more particularly a solid mass, comprising solid hydrocarbon molecules which are then oxidized by a gaseous stream of CO2 in order to obtain a second gaseous stream. The first and second gaseous streams are then mixed in order to obtain a third gaseous stream comprising carbon monoxide having a high energy value. The invention also relates to a system implementing the process according to the invention and an installation implementing such a system.
    Type: Application
    Filed: February 5, 2013
    Publication date: January 15, 2015
    Applicant: SEE-SOLUÇÕES, ENERGIA E MEIO AMBIENTE LTDA
    Inventor: Raymond Guyomarc'h
  • Publication number: 20120304661
    Abstract: The invention refers to a recycling process of a so-called gaseous flow (106) of CO2 essentially containing molecules of CO2, said process comprising the following steps: heating of said gaseous flow of CO2 at a pyrolysis temperature of the material containing carbon (104); pyrolysis of a load of a carbon-containing material (104) containing elements of carbon by said gaseous flow, said pyrolysis reducing the molecules of CO2 by said elements of carbon to produce a first gaseous flow (110) essentially containing molecules of carbon monoxide (CO) at high temperature; oxidation of said molecules of carbon monoxide (CO) by elements of oxygen (O), said oxidation producing a second gaseous flow (114) essentially containing molecules of CO2; reduction of said molecules of CO2 of said second gaseous flow (114), said reduction supplying a third gaseous flow (120) essentially containing molecules of carbon monoxide (CO). It also refers to a system to perform such a process.
    Type: Application
    Filed: January 17, 2011
    Publication date: December 6, 2012
    Applicant: SEE - SOLUCOES, ENERGIA E MEIO AMBIENTE LTDA.
    Inventor: Raymond François Guyomarc'h
  • Publication number: 20120298921
    Abstract: The invention comprises a thermal power supply process for a treatment system for raw material. It also refers to a system operating this process and a facility operating said system. The process comprises steps of gasification of dry raw material containing carbon (MPCS) in a first reactor by a gaseous flow of gasification containing CO2, oxidation of gasification gases by oxygen holders in a second reactor and an activation of the oxygen holders as used during the oxidation in a third reactor.
    Type: Application
    Filed: August 8, 2010
    Publication date: November 29, 2012
    Applicant: SEE -Solucoes ,Energia e Meio Ambiente Ltda.
    Inventor: Raymond François Guyomarc'h
  • Publication number: 20120301949
    Abstract: The invention refers to a process to produce H2 from biomass containing carbon. The biomass is gasified to obtain a gaseous flow essentially containing molecules of carbon monoxide (CO) and molecules of molecular hydrogen (H2). These molecules (CO) and (H2) are then oxidized by oxygen holders in oxidized state (MeO) to obtain a gaseous flow essentially containing CO2 and water steam (H2Osteam) and oxygen holders in reduced state (Me). The oxygen holders are then oxidized by water steam. That oxidation produces oxidized oxygen holders and a gaseous flow essentially containing di-hydrogen (H2). The invention also refers to a system containing the means to perform the steps of such a process.
    Type: Application
    Filed: January 17, 2011
    Publication date: November 29, 2012
    Applicant: SEE - SOLUÇÕES, ENERGIA E MEIO AMBIENTE LTDA.
    Inventors: Ammar Bensakhria, Raymond François Guyomarc'h
  • Publication number: 20120299302
    Abstract: The invention constitutes a process and system to generate electricity from the conversion of CO2 over carbon-containing raw material. It comprises steps of gasification of the raw material containing carbon by means of a gaseous flow essentially containing CO2, wherein the oxidation of the gaseous flow obtained after the gasification by oxygen holders and the oxidation of deactivated oxygen holders as obtained. The process allows to give value to the global energy as generated by the set of these steps to feed an electricity generating system, such as a turboalternator. The invention also corresponds to a system to perform such a process.
    Type: Application
    Filed: August 8, 2010
    Publication date: November 29, 2012
    Applicant: SEE - SOLUÇÕES, ENERGIA E MEIO AMBIENTE LTDA.
    Inventors: Raymond François Guyomarc'h, Ammar Bensakhria