Western Research Institute (WRI)

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This digital collection is a series of technical reports from WRI's Coal Gasification initiatives. Western Research Institute (WRI), located in Laramie, Wyoming, is a multi-million dollar, not-for-profit, research organization renowned for work in advanced energy systems, environmental technologies and highway materials research. The institute's corporate headquarters are on the University of Wyoming campus and a 22-acre Advanced Technology Center (ATC) north of Laramie that provides additional laboratories, plus pilot facilities and room for new development. WRI is a research institute with broad perspectives and know-how in science, technology and real-world, on-the-ground conditions. Their highly experienced team of men and women offer expertise from fields such as chemical, petroleum and environmental engineering, organic, physical, analytical and inorganic chemistry, geology, soil science, business administration and economics. Through our Cooperative Research Program with the Department of Energy, WRI originates technologies that attract industrial partners from corporations, industry associations, government entities, and other research organizations. WRI advances client technologies from concept to bench scale through pilot testing and commercialization. With the Federal Highway Administration, WRI conducts concentrated research that supports breakthroughs in materials knowledge, leading to safer, longer-lasting roads―experience WRI is able to bring to bear to meet client needs. WRI offers the full matrix of resources―experience, expertise, physical infrastructure and industry connections―to realize the potential of your concepts or ours. WRI extends your reach.


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19th Oil Shale Symposium Proceedings
20th Oil Shale Symposium Proceedings
22nd Oil Shale Symposium Proceedings
24th Oil Shale Symposium Proceedings
25th Oil Shale Symposium Proceedings
318 Memorandum
4.0 Advanced Process Technology - Quarterly Report For The Period April 1 - June 30, 1986
4.6 Socioeconomic Effect
4190.1 GR No. 3758
5076, 5077 UPRR PCP-IO
5092, 5093 UPRR PCP-IO
5100, 5101 UPRR PCP-IO
5118, 5119 5117 UPRR - PCP-IO
5132, 5133 UPRR IO-PCP
5143, 5144 UPRR - IO-PCP
5155, 5157 UPRR PCP-IO
5161 UPRR PNA
5172, 5173 UPRR IO-PCP-PNA-M
5188-5189 UPRR 10-PCD
5191-5192 UPRR 10-PCD
5196-5197 - UPRR IO-PCP
5207, 5208, 5209 UPRR IO-PCP-PNA
5223, 5224 UPRR - IO-PCP
5239, 5241 UPRR
6201-140 TABORR
76th Annual Meeting Of The Pacific Division, AAAS
89-B Hoe Creek Project
8SPR 8 & Gas Summary
963009 Energy Development Co. Report
A 1H Cramps NMR Investigation Of Chemically And Thermally Treated Asphalt Ridge Tar Sand
A 1H Cramps NMR Investigation Of The Organic Surface Composition And Organic-Mineral Interactions Of Chemically And Thermally Treated ASHALT Ridge Tar Sand
A Bibliographic Database On Trace Elements In Oil Shale And Its Products
A Case Study Of An Application Of Computer Mapping In Oil-Shale Resource Mapping
A Chemical Reaction Model Of Porous CaO Particles And SO2 Gas, When The Intergrain Gas Diffusion Controls The Overall Rate
A Coal Pile Drainage Model: Calibration And Verification
A Combined Powered Activated Carbon-Activated Sludge Wastewater Treatment Process For The Treatment Of Alternative Fuels Process Waters
A Comparison Of Finite Difference And Characteristic Galerkin Methods For Shock Modelling
A Comparison Of Individual Project-Related Water-Quality Impacts Of Processed-Shale Disposal, Northwestern Colorado
A Comparison Of Several Surface Oil Shale Processes Combined With A Modified In Situ Oil Shale Process
A Comparison Of United States Tar Sand Bitumen Viscosities With NMR Spectroscopic Parameters -- Progress Report

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