Three High Profitable Technologies for  

Clean and Reliable Electricity Generation and

Transmission  


Inventor: Dr. Anatoly Rokhvarger

aerokhv@aol.com



Document Library

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DocumentMulti-layer ceramic container package PCT/US1998/007299 Cost-effective and permanent safe onsite disposal of spent nuclear fuel rods and other highly radioactive solid materials and waste
DocumentClosing ceramic containers for nuclear waste US Pat. #6,054,700 and Japan Patent #3315414, July 2002A nanotech method and a microwave apparatus for seamlessly closing by ceramic lids of large size and thick-walled ceramic container vessels loaded by spent nuclear fuel rods
DocumentUltimately superconducting composite ceramics U.S. Patent #7,632,784, Dec. 15, 2009 Thermo-chemical nanofabrication of the sintered ceramic composite material with specific superconductive nano-architecture making ultimately superconducting multi-scale shaped HTS ceramic leads
Document3G HTS electric wire Amer. Ceramic Soc. Bulletin, Vol. 89, pp, 28-33, Oct/Nov 2010 Cost-effective thermo-chemical reel-to-reel nanofabrication of superconducting ceramic coated strands and inexpensive, reliable, and workable multi-strand 3G HTS electric wire
DocumentCleaner towns and electricity from trash US Pat. App. 12/059,430; published as # 20090241420Thermo-chemical method and inexpensive facility for profitable super-clean gasification, energy generation and complete recycling of municipal solid waste with no use of fossil fuel and no ash production
DocumentCeramic containers for nuclear waste US Pat. #5,911,941 and Euro-Patent #1007892, Sept. 2010Cost-effective production method and microwave assisted apparatus (kiln) to fire large and thick-walled ceramic containers used for permanent safe onsite disposal of spent nuclear fuel rods and other highly radioactive solid waste
DocumentElectric wire filaments coated with superconductive ceramics Advances in Applied Ceramics 2012 VOL 111 NO 5&6 357Cost effective and reliable electric wire filaments coated with nanofabricated and sintered superconductive ceramics
DocumentPatent No.: US 8,197,565 B2 Dated June 12, 2012System of the Chemical Engineering processes generating energy and utilizing municiapl solid waste or a corbon material mixture