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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Clay Minerals In A Utah Tar Sand And Their Potential Effects On Processing
Clay Minerals In A Utah Tar Sand And Their Potential Effects On Processing
Clay-Induced Oil Loss And Alkene Isomerization During Oil Shale Retorting
Clean Coal Technology Program Solid Waste Management
Clean Coal Technology Program/Solid Waste Management
Clean Coal Use Technologies Volume II
Clean Solid And Liquid Fuels From Coal, Final Report
Co Processing Asphalt Ridge Tar Sand And Boscan Crude Oil Using The ROPE Process
Co Processing Of WYODAK Coal With SAE-50 Oil
Coagulation Of Oil Shale Retort Waters With Spent Shale And Metal Salts
Coal Co-Processing: Experimental Plan
Coal Costs 07-92 To 06-94
Coal Costs 10-88 To 08-92
Coal Demonstration Plants
Coal Drying: Trials And Triumphs
Coal Firing
Coal Gasification And Tar Conversion Reactions Over Calcium Oxide - Final Technical Report For The Period August 7, 1981 - August 6, 1984
Coal Gasification Mechanisms Interim Report
Coal Gasification Quarterly Report APRIL-JUNE 1978
Coal Gasification Quarterly Report JULY-SEPTEMBER 1978
Coal Humic Substance And Their Application To Pollution Control In The Synthetic Fuels Industry
Coal Impregnation With Catalyst: Experimental Plan
Coal Liquefaction - Quarterly Report: July-September 1978
Coal Processing For Fuel Cell Utilization: Task IX One-Dimensional (Streamtube) Model For Entrained-Flow Gasifier Analysis - Volume 2: Code Documentation
Coal Processing For Fuel Cell Utilization: Task XI Fluidized Bed Coal Gasification Model; Data Analysis And Predictions
Coal Processing Technology
Coal Production From The Uinta Region, Colorado And Utah
Coal Proximates
Coal Pulverisers - Performance And Safety
Coal Reactivity Measurements
Coal Resources Of Indiana
Coal To Gasoline Via Syngas
Coal Transport Associates
Coal Utilization Center
Coal-Fired Power Systems 93-Advances In IGCC And PFBC Review Meeting
Coalbed Methane Symposium
Code of Ethics
Colorado's Oil-Shale Resource For Vertical Modified In-Situ Processes
Combine SO/NO Removal And Concentration From Flue Gas Through An Electrochemical Membrane
Combine SO/NO Removal And Concentration From Flue Gas Through An Electrochemical Membrane

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