Clarkton, MO, United States
Clarkton, MO, United States

The Olin Corporation is a manufacturer of ammunition, chlorine, and sodium hydroxide. Based in Clayton, Missouri, it traces its roots to two companies, both founded in 1892: Franklin W. Olin's "Equitable Powder Company" and the "Mathieson Alkali Works". After being headquartered for many years in Stamford, Connecticut, it is now headquartered in Clayton, Missouri. Wikipedia.


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DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Global Epoxy Resin Market in Pressure Vessels for Alternative Fuels: 2017 - 2022" report to their offering. Global epoxy resin market in pressure vessels for alternative fuels is projected to grow at a double-digit CAGR of 12.2% over the next five years to reach US$ 38.3 million in 2022, driven by increasing demand for alternative fuel based vehicles owing to stringent government regulations and lower price of natural gas as compared to gasoline and shift from type I vessel to type II, III, and IV vessels to make the vehicle lightweight for greater fuel efficiency and reduced carbon emissions. Based on vessel type, type IV tank is likely to witness the highest growth over the next five years and so is the demand for epoxy resins in this vessel type. Type IV tank incorporates a greater amount of carbon epoxy composites and offers maximum weight saving as compared to other pressure vessel types. There is an increasing penetration of type IV tanks particularly in mass transit buses and medium & heavy duty commercial vehicles. For medium & heavy duty commercial vehicles, higher fuel density and lower mass of these vessels permit greater range and fuel efficiency, increased the operational interval between refueling stops, and reduced maintenance cost. Based on application type, CNG vehicles alone accounted for more than 90% of the epoxy resin market in the pressure vessels for alternative fuels and is expected to remain the largest application type over the next five years as well. Hydrogen fuel based vehicles currently generate negligible demand for pressure vessels and hence, the epoxy resin, but it is plausible that there would be a healthy production of hydrogen fuel based vehicles in the coming years as more than ten automakers have already released FCV demonstrators and test fleets. Europe is projected to remain the largest market for epoxy resins in pressure vessels for alternative fuels over the next five years, driven by an increased demand for alternative fuel vehicles using composite pressure vessels. The global epoxy resin market in pressure vessels is highly consolidated with the presence of a few major global players. Huntsman Corporation, Hexion Inc, Olin Corporation, Nan Ya Plastics, and The 3M Company are the major epoxy resin suppliers to the pressure vessel manufacturers worldwide. New product development and collaboration with pressure vessel manufacturers are some of the key strategies adopted by epoxy resin manufacturers to gain a competitive edge in the market. 2. Global Epoxy Resin Market in Pressure Vessels for Alternative Fuels: Overview and Market Forces 3. Global Epoxy Resin Market in Pressure Vessels for Alternative Fuels - By Vessel Type 4. Global Epoxy Resin Market in Pressure Vessels for Alternative Fuels - By Vehicle Type 5. Global Epoxy Resin Market in Pressure Vessels for Alternative Fuels - By Application Type 6. Global Epoxy Resin Market in Pressure Vessels for Alternative Fuels - By Region For more information about this report visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/plskjb/global_epoxy


Pearlson G.D.,Yale University | Pearlson G.D.,Olin Corporation
Annual Review of Clinical Psychology | Year: 2015

This review examines the history of psychiatric nosology, with particular reference to the nineteenth-century origins of the concepts of manic-depressive illness and schizophrenia as distinct clinical syndromes and their evolution and diagnostic refinement over time. I document how the terminology applied to these entities has generated controversy, and discuss the ways in which the resulting diagnostic entities as defined by pure phenomenological symptom descriptors fail to capture discrete diagnostic distinctions, leading some researchers to posit an illness continuum rather than separate disorders. Furthermore, the two syndromes overlap substantially on multiple biologic measures, and clarity is lacking as to the underlying etiology and pathology necessary to move from descriptions of clinical syndromes to diseases. I next examine how biologically based classifications agnostic to conventional diagnostic schemes may be useful and how these are being implemented in practice, and conclude by summarizing where such approaches are likely to lead. © 2015 by Annual Reviews. All rights reserved.


Patent
Olin Corporation | Date: 2014-06-17

A bullet having a metal jacket, having a generally cylindrical aft section, a tapering forward section, and an open front. A soft, dense, metal core is disposed in the metal jacket. The core has a cavity generally aligned with the open front of the jacket, with a plurality of blades extending forwardly into the cavity, each terminating in a front face at or spaced rearwardly of the forward edge of the metal jacket.


Patent
Olin Corporation | Date: 2014-10-15

A cartridge case has a heel element having a forward portion, a generally flat rear end portion, and a circumferential groove, having a generally radially extending rear face and a sloped forward face. A separate generally tubular sidewall, extends over the forward portion of the heel element and over the sloped forward face into the circumferential groove.


Patent
Olin Corporation | Date: 2016-06-01

An expanding bullet has a core having a proximal end, a distal end, and a sidewall therebetween. A tip is positioned at the distal end of the core, and has a generally conical distal section, and a generally cylindrical proximal section defining a proximally facing shoulder at their juncture. A jacket having a generally cylindrical proximal portion surrounding at least a portion of the core adjacent its proximal end, and a distal portion that tapers to an open end, the distal portion surrounding the distal portion of the core and the proximal section of the tip, with the distal end of the jacking abutting the shoulder on the tip to form a smooth tapering ogival surface with the tip. The maximum diameter of the tip preferably comprises a substantial portion (preferably at least about 65%) of the diameter of the bullet.


Patent
Olin Corporation | Date: 2013-07-29

A frangible projectile includes a sintered mass of a plurality of copper or copper alloy plated iron or iron alloy core particles.


A sodium hypochlorite composition comprising between about 25% and about 40% sodium hypochlorite, in the form of a slurry of sodium hypochlorite pentahydrate crystals in a mother liquor saturated in sodium hypochlorite. The composition can include sodium chloride, and an alkai stabilizer such as sodium hydroxide and sodium carbonate. The slurry is preferably between about 15 C. and about 10 C. A method of transporting or storing sodium hypochlorite is also provided in which the sodium hypochlorite is in the form of a slurry of sodium hypochlorite pentahydrate crystals in a mother liquor saturated in sodium hypochlorite. The composition can include sodium chloride, and an alkali stabilizer such as sodium hydroxide and sodium carbonate. The slurry is preferably between about 15 C. and about 10 C.


Patent
Olin Corporation | Date: 2013-05-06

A jacketed bullet has a core of a dense metal or metal alloy, an inner jacket at least partially surrounding and bonded to the core; and an outer jacket at least partially surrounding the inner jacket and core.


Patent
Olin Corporation | Date: 2013-04-01

An improved shotshell of the type having a hull, a head at the proximal end, propellant disposed in the hull, a wad disposed in the hull distal to the propellant, and a load disposed in the hull in distal to the wad. The improvement comprises the load including a plurality of individual shot, at least a portion of which are at least partially surrounded by a friable material that breaks up upon the firing of the shell to release to the shot and results in a reduced rate of dispersion of the plurality of individual shot compared to cartridges without the friable material.


Patent
Olin Corporation | Date: 2016-02-01

An improved shotshell of the type having a hull, a head at the proximal end, propellant disposed in the hull, a wad disposed in the hull distal to the propellant, and a load disposed in the hull in distal to the wad. The improvement comprises the load including a plurality of individual shot, at least a portion of which are at least partially surrounded by a friable material that breaks up upon the firing of the shell to release to the shot and results in a reduced rate of dispersion of the plurality of individual shot compared to cartridges without the friable material.

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