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Erez N Allouche

from Ruston, LA
Age ~55

Erez Allouche Phones & Addresses

  • 161 Heather Ln, Ruston, LA 71270 (318) 247-9498
  • 212 Summer Oak Trl, Madison, MS 39110 (601) 707-5314
  • Houston, TX
  • 1000 Chase Ln, Ruston, LA 71270 (601) 707-5314

Work

Position: Professional/Technical

Business Records

Name / Title
Company / Classification
Phones & Addresses
Erez N. Allouche
ALCHEMY GEOPOLYMER SOLUTIONS, LLC
1411 Shelor Dr, Ruston, LA 71270
1000 Chase Ln, Ruston, LA 71270
Erez N. Allouche
PLUTONYX, LLC
1000 Chase Ln, Ruston, LA 71270
C/O Erez N Allouche, Ruston, LA 71270
Erez N Allouche
HDD TECH LLC
1197 Christopher Ln, Ruston, LA 71270
161 Heather Ln, Ruston, LA 71270

Publications

Us Patents

Pipe Survey Method Using Uwb Signal

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US Patent:
8350570, Jan 8, 2013
Filed:
Aug 29, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/675480
Inventors:
Erez Allouche - Ruston LA,
Arun Prakash Jaganathan - Ruston LA,
Neven Simicevic - Ruston LA,
Assignee:
Louisiana Tech Research Foundation; a division of Lousiana Tech University Foundation, Inc. - Ruston LA
International Classification:
G01V 3/08
US Classification:
324337, 324334
Abstract:
A method of surveying the condition of an underground enclosure including the steps of (a) positioning at least one transmitter/receiver unit (including an antenna) within an underground, substantially nonconductive enclosure, such that a substantial air gap exists between the antenna and the inner wall of the enclosure; (b) transmitting an ultra wideband (UWB) signal toward at least a portion of the inner wall; and (c) processing the return signal in order to identify the interface between the soil and a region of conductivity different from the soil.

Geopolymer Mortar And Method

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US Patent:
8512468, Aug 20, 2013
Filed:
Dec 20, 2010
Appl. No.:
12/972722
Inventors:
Erez Allouche - Ruston LA,
Carlos Montes - Ruston LA,
Assignee:
Louisiana Tech University Research Foundation, a division of Louisiana Tech University Foundation, Inc. - Ruston LA
International Classification:
C04B 18/06
US Classification:
106705, 106DIG 1, 106600
Abstract:
A geopolymer mortar formed by mixing about 35% to about 45% by weight pozzolanic material, about 35% to about 45% by weight silicon oxide source, about 15% to about 20% by weight alkaline activator solution, and about 0. 3% to about 2. 5% by weight copper ion source. The pozzolanic material may be fly ash and the silicon oxide source may be sand. The alkaline activator solution may be a sodium hydroxide solution containing sodium silicate. The geopolymer mortar may have a viscosity in the range of about 25,000 to about 50,000 centipoise. The geopolymer mortar may be formed by further mixing one or more additives, such as surfactants, thermal spheres, anti-sagging agents, adhesion primers, or fibers. The geopolymer mortar may be applied as a protective coating on a surface of a structure.

Incinerator Fly Ash Geopolymer And Method

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US Patent:
8562735, Oct 22, 2013
Filed:
Aug 24, 2012
Appl. No.:
13/594164
Inventors:
Erez Nissim Allouche - Madison MS,
Assignee:
Louisiana Tech University Research Foundation, a division of Louisiana Tech University Founcation, Inc. - Ruston LA
International Classification:
C04B 18/04
C04B 18/06
C04B 18/10
US Classification:
106705, 106624, 106707, 106708
Abstract:
A geopolymer concrete formed by mixing about 3% to about 43% by weight incinerator fly ash, about 3% to about 35% by weight coal fly ash, about 7% to about 38% by weight alkaline activator liquid, and about 31% to about 70% by weight aggregate. The incinerator fly ash may be derived from a solid waste incinerator facility. The alkaline activator liquid may include a sodium hydroxide solution and sodium silicate. The aggregate may include a fine aggregate, such as sand, and a coarse aggregate, such as gravel.

Universal Impedence Probe For Detection Of Side-Connections Through Thermoplastic, Thermosetting And Cementitious Liners

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US Patent:
2012028, Nov 8, 2012
Filed:
Mar 29, 2012
Appl. No.:
13/434308
Inventors:
Erez Allouche - Ruston LA,
Arun Prakash Jaganathan - Ruston LA,
International Classification:
G01S 13/08
G01R 27/04
US Classification:
342118, 324642
Abstract:
A conduit survey apparatus having a carriage capable of movement axially down a conduit. The carrier includes a radio frequency (RF) signal generator and an RF signal detector positioned on the carriage along with a controller controlling the signal generator and signal detector. The carrier further includes a waveguide with an open throat transmitting signals from the signal generator and directing received signals to the signal detector. Finally, the carrier includes a waveguide positioner mounted on the carrier and adapted to selectively engage an interior wall of the conduit, wherein the waveguide guide is connected to the positioner such that the open throat of the waveguide is within about 1 inch of the interior wall when the positioner engages the interior wall.

Method And Apparatus For Detecting Buried Objects

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US Patent:
2013007, Mar 21, 2013
Filed:
Oct 6, 2009
Appl. No.:
13/500722
Inventors:
Erez N. Allouche - Ruston LA,
Arun Jaganathan - Ruston LA,
Neven Simicevic - Ruston LA,
International Classification:
G01S 13/88
E02F 1/00
E02F 3/28
US Classification:
414685, 414815, 342 22
Abstract:
An object detection system () is disclosed having a transducer () for detecting buried objects (). The transducer is encapsulated within a robust, electromagnetically transparent construction ().

Sensor Fusion Framework Using Multiple Sensors To Assess Buried Structures

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US Patent:
2013008, Apr 4, 2013
Filed:
Sep 27, 2012
Appl. No.:
13/629164
Inventors:
Arun Prakash Jaganathan - Ruston LA,
Erez N. Allouche - Madison MS,
International Classification:
G01S 13/88
F16L 55/26
US Classification:
342 22
Abstract:
A method of surveying the condition of an underground conduit by positioning a propelled carriage assembly within the underground conduit. The carriage assembly includes (i) at least one transmitter/receiver unit capable of transmitting a pulsed signal toward at least a portion of an inner wall of the conduit, and (ii) a secondary sensor positioned on the carriage assembly. The data derived from the pulsed signal at a given lateral location within an underground conduit is read as is a secondary sensor condition derived from secondary sensor data taken at the given lateral location. Then it is determined whether the secondary sensor condition indicates a basis for a false void detection by the data derived from the pulsed signal and if the basis for false void detection exists, providing an indication of such basis.

Pipe Survey Method Using Uwb Signal

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US Patent:
2013011, May 9, 2013
Filed:
Dec 3, 2012
Appl. No.:
13/692201
Inventors:
Erez Allouche - Madison MS,
Arun Prakash Jaganathan - Ruston LA,
Neven Simicevic - Ruston LA,
Assignee:
Louisiana Tech Research Foundation, a Division of Louisiana Tech University Foundation, Inc. - Ruston LA
International Classification:
G01S 13/88
US Classification:
342 21
Abstract:
A method of surveying the condition of an underground enclosure including the steps of: (a) positioning at least one transmitter/receiver unit (including an antenna) within an underground, substantially nonconductive enclosure, such that a substantial air gap exists between the antenna and the inner wall of the enclosure; (b) transmitting an ultra wideband (UWB) signal toward at least a portion of the inner wall; and (c) processing the return signal in order to identify the interface between the soil and a region of conductivity different from the soil.
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