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Paul Berlowitz Phones & Addresses

  • Santa Fe, NM
  • 4 Nicole Ter, Glen Gardner, NJ 08826 (908) 537-9946
  • 939 Jamestown Rd, Hightstown, NJ 08520 (732) 443-7501
  • East Windsor, NJ
  • 4 Nicole Ter, Glen Gardner, NJ 08826 (908) 642-7692

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Position: Professional/Technical

Education

Degree: Graduate or professional degree

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Catalytic Oxidation Process

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US Patent:
6447745, Sep 10, 2002
Filed:
Aug 1, 2000
Appl. No.:
09/630280
Inventors:
Jennifer Schaefer Feeley - Baton Rouge LA
John Henry Dunsmuir - Flemington NJ
Sebastian Carmen Reyes - Branchburg NJ
Paul Joseph Berlowitz - Glen Gardner NJ
John Frances Brody - Bound Brook NJ
Bruce Anthony Derites - Pittstown NJ
Wenyih Frank Lai - Bridgewater NJ
Mark Leland Tiller - Baton Rouge LA
Hyung Suk Woo - Baton Rouge LA
Chuansheng Bai - Baton Rouge LA
Assignee:
ExxonMobil Research and Engineering Company - Annandale NJ
International Classification:
C01B 302
US Classification:
4236481, 4234371, 423651, 4234182, 252373
Abstract:
A process for the partial catalytic oxidation of a hydrocarbon containing feed comprising contacting the feed with an oxygen-containing gas in the presence of a catalyst retained within a reaction zone in a fixed arrangement, wherein the catalyst comprises at least one catalytically active metal selected from the group consisting of silver and Group VIII elements supported on a porous ceramic carrier. The porous ceramic carrier has a distribution of total pores wherein about 70% of the total pores (1) have a volume-to-surface area (V/S) ration that is within about 20% of the mean V/S value for the total pores and no pores have a V/S ration that is greater than twice the mean V/S value for the total pores; (2) have a pore-to-pore distance between neighboring pores that is within about 25% of the mean pore-to-pore distance between neighboring pores; and (3) have a pore throat area that is within about 50% of the mean pore throat are for the pores. Additionally, about 50% of the total pores have a coordination number between neighboring pores that is within about 25% of the mean coordination number between neighboring pores. Preferably, the oxidation process comprises a multistage, staged oxygen, catalytic partial oxidation process having fewer than or equal to about five stages and including a first stage preheat temperature of greater than about 550° C.

Sulfur-Containing Carboxylic Acid Derivatives To Reduce Deposit Forming Tendencies And Improve Antioxidancy Of Aviation Turbine Oils

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US Patent:
5856280, Jan 5, 1999
Filed:
Feb 4, 1997
Appl. No.:
8/794958
Inventors:
Jeenok T. Kim - Holmdel NJ
Patrick Edward Godici - Millington NJ
Paul Joseph Berlowitz - East Windsor NJ
Morton Beltzer - Westfield NJ
Assignee:
Exxon Research and Engineering Company - Florham Park NJ
International Classification:
C10M13502
C10M13506
US Classification:
508509
Abstract:
The present invention resides in a turbo oil composition exhibiting enhanced antioxidancy and resistance to deposit formation, and to a method for achieving that result in turbo oils. The gas turbine lubricating oil of the present invention comprises a major proportion of synthetic polyol ester based base stock including diesters and polyol esters, preferably polyol ester based base stock and a minor proportion of an antioxidant/deposit control additive, specifically a sulfur-containing carboxylic acid (SCCA) derivative. Other conventional additives such as extreme pressure, pour point reduction, oxidative stability, anti-foaming, hydrolytic stability, improved viscosity index performance, anti-wear, and corrosion inhibitor additives and others may also be employed. The use of SCCA derivative produces a turbo oil exhibiting markedly superior oxidation stability and deposit control performance compared to that exhibited by turbo oil without the SCCA derivative.

High Load-Carrying Turbo Oils Containing Amine Phosphate And Thiosemicarbazide Derivatives

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US Patent:
5789358, Aug 4, 1998
Filed:
Feb 7, 1997
Appl. No.:
8/797367
Inventors:
Paul Joseph Berlowitz - East Windsor NJ
Morton Beltzer - Westfield NJ
Assignee:
Exxon Research and Engineering Company - Florham Park NJ
International Classification:
C10M13516
C10M13708
US Classification:
508552
Abstract:
This invention relates to synthetic based turbo oils, preferably polyol ester-based turbo oils which exhibit exceptional load-carrying capacity by use of a synergistic combination of sulfur (S)-based and phosphorous (P)-based load additives. The S-containing additives of the present invention are thiosemicarbazide and its derivative, and the P-containing component is one or more amine phosphates. The turbo oil composition consisting of the dual P/S additives of the present invention achieves an excellent load-carrying capacity, which is better than that obtained when each additive was used alone at a treat rate higher than or comparable to the total combination additive treat rate, and the lower concentration requirement of the P-based additive allows the turbo oil composition to meet U. S. Navy MIL-L-23699 requirement on the Si seal compatibility.

High Load-Carrying Turbo Oils Containing Amine Phosphate And Sulfurized Fatty Acid

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US Patent:
5750478, May 12, 1998
Filed:
Feb 28, 1997
Appl. No.:
8/808101
Inventors:
Jeenok T. Kim - Holmdel NJ
Paul Joseph Berlowitz - East Windsor NJ
Manuel A. Francisco - Washington NJ
Morton Beltzer - Westfield NJ
Assignee:
Exxon Research and Engineering Company - Florham Park NJ
International Classification:
C10M14106
C10M14108
US Classification:
508331
Abstract:
This invention relates to synthetic based turbo oils, preferably polyol ester-based turbo oils which exhibit exceptional load-carrying capacity by use of a synergistic combination of sulfur (S)-based and phosphorous (P)-based load additives. The S-containing additive of the present invention is sulfurized fatty acid (SFA), preferably the sulfurized oleic acid (SOA) and the P-containing additive is one or more amine phosphate(s). The turbo oil composition consisting of the dual P/S additives of the present invention achieves an excellent load-carrying capacity, which is better than or equivalent to that obtained when each additive was used alone at a treat rate higher than the total additive combination treat rate, and this lower additive concentration requirement allows the turbo oil composition to meet or exceed U. S. Navy MIL-L-23699 requirements including Oxidation and Corrosion Stability and Si seal compatibility.

Additive Combination To Reduce Deposit Forming Tendencies And Improve Antioxidancy Of Aviation Turbine Oils

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US Patent:
5714441, Feb 3, 1998
Filed:
Jul 12, 1996
Appl. No.:
8/678839
Inventors:
Paul Joseph Berlowitz - East Windsor NJ
Assignee:
Exxon Research and Engineering Company - Florham Park NJ
International Classification:
C10M14106
C10M14108
C10M15704
C10M15706
US Classification:
508258
Abstract:
An aviation turbine oil of reduced deposit forming tendencies and improved anti-oxidency is disclosed which comprises a major portion of a suitable aviation turbine oil base stock and a minor amount of a non-sulfur containing triazine derivation and a sulfur containing carboxylic acid.

Additive Combination To Reduce Deposit Forming Tendencies And Improve Antioxidancy Of Aviation Turbine Oils

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US Patent:
5750475, May 12, 1998
Filed:
May 20, 1997
Appl. No.:
8/859312
Inventors:
Paul Joseph Berlowitz - East Windsor NJ
Assignee:
Exxon Research and Engineering Company - Florham Park NJ
International Classification:
C10M14106
C10M13532
US Classification:
508258
Abstract:
An aviation turbine oil of reduced deposit forming tendencies and improved anti-oxidancy is disclosed which comprises a major portion of a suitable aviation turbine oil base stock and a minor amount of a non-sulfur containing triazine derivative and DMT, derivatives of DMTD and mixtures thereof.

Use Of 13C Nmr Spectroscopy To Produce Optimum Fischer-Tropsch Diesel Fuels And Blend Stocks

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US Patent:
6210559, Apr 3, 2001
Filed:
Aug 13, 1999
Appl. No.:
9/373697
Inventors:
Bruce R. Cook - Stewartsville NJ
Paul J. Berlowitz - Glen Gardner NJ
Bernard G. Silbernagel - Annandale NJ
Debra A. Sysyn - Old Bridge NJ
Assignee:
Exxon Research and Engineering Company - Florham Park NJ
International Classification:
C10L 108
C07C 527
US Classification:
208 15
Abstract:
The present invention is a process for producing a distillate fuel heavier than gasoline. The process is a Fischer-Tropsch (hydrocarbon synthesis) process that includes using. sup. 13 C NMR to measure cetane number and a cold flow property in order to optimize the process. Cold flow properties include cold filter plugging point, cloud point and pour point.

Distillate Fuels Containing Mono Alkyl Substituted Derivatives Of Thiadiazoles

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US Patent:
4964880, Oct 23, 1990
Filed:
Jun 9, 1989
Appl. No.:
7/364741
Inventors:
Alan M. Schilowitz - Highland Park NJ
Harold Shaub - Berkeley Heights NJ
Paul J. Berlowitz - East Windsor NJ
Howard S. Homan - Piscataway NJ
Eric E. Wigg - Westfield NJ
Assignee:
Exxon Research & Engineering Company - Florham Park NJ
International Classification:
C10L 122
C10L 124
US Classification:
44341
Abstract:
Distillate fuel compositions containing mono alkyl substituted derivatives of thiadiazole are effective in reducing the formation of intake valve deposits in internal combustion engines. Mono alkyl substituted derivatives of 2,5-dimercapto-1,3,4-thiadiazole are preferred.
Paul J Berlowitz from Santa Fe, NM, age ~63 Get Report