||WO||WO/2014/113898 - METHOD FOR ACCESSING AND AUTOMATICALLY CORRELATING DATA FROM A PLURALITY OF EXTERNAL DATA SOURCES||31.07.2014||
||PCT/CH2013/000015||YTRAIL AG||CAVALCANTI DANTAS, Oswaldo Jr.|
A method for accessing and automatically correlating data from a plurality of external data sources (2, 3) comprising the steps: A) defining at least two sets of data by querying a plurality of existing external data sources (2, 3) stored on one or more external computers (20, 30) by using a computing platform comprising a user application software and a central computer (10) and by using user defined search statements; B) generating a computer program code which provides access to the at least two external data sources (2, 3); C) loading the at least two sets of data in a memory (12) of the central computer (10) by using the computer program code to gain access to the at least two external data sources (2, 3); D) storing references which specify links to each of the at least two sets of data provided by the external data sources (2, 3) in a data storage (11) of the central computer (10); and E) automatically correlating data from the two or more sets of data by using the referenced at least two sets of data loaded in the memory (12) and by using at least one rule of correlation included in the user application software.
||WO||WO/2014/110684 - CONVEYING DEVICE||24.07.2014||
||PCT/CH2014/000005||FERAG AG||JAUCH, Fabian|
The invention relates to piece goods (4) which are conveyed on a conveying surface formed by the conveying member (9, 29, 49, 69, 89, 109) of a conveying device (2, 22, 42, 62, 82, 102) along a conveying path in a first conveying direction (F1), wherein at least individual piece goods (4') are diverted by two diverter elements (5, 25, 45, 65, 85, 105; 6, 26, 46, 66, 86, 106) of a diverting device (8, 28, 48, 68, 88, 108) out of the first conveying direction (F1) into a diversion direction (U) and transferred to a receiving device (3, 23, 43, 63, 83, 103). In order to divert a single unit of the piece goods (4'), the first diverter element (5, 25, 45, 65, 85, 105) moves from a starting position into the conveying path of the piece goods (4') and diverts the single unit of the piece goods (4') from the first conveying direction (F1) into the diversion direction (U). The second diverter element (6, 26, 46, 66, 86, 106) interacts with the first diverter element (5, 25, 45, 65, 85, 105) and moves from a starting position likewise into the conveying path of the piece goods (4) and diverts the single unit of piece goods (4') diverted by the first diverter element (5, 25, 45, 65, 85, 105) to the receiving device (3, 23, 43, 63, 83, 103).
||WO||WO/2014/110685 - BABY FOOD COMPOSITION COMPRISING VIABLE PROPIONIC ACID-PRODUCING BACTERIA||24.07.2014||
||PCT/CH2014/000006||ETH ZURICH||CHASSARD, Christophe|
The present invention relates to compositions, particularly baby food compositions, comprising living lactate- utilizing propionic acid- producing bacteria, as well as viable lactic-acid producing bacteria, its manufacture and use in the treatment of digestive diseases, particularly for treatment of infantile colic, intestinal discomfort, intestinalpain, visceral sensitivity, and intestinal cramp.
||WO||WO/2014/107817 - DETERMINATION OF FAULT CAUSES IN A PRODUCTION PROCESS OF AN ELONGATED TEXTILE STRUCTURE||17.07.2014||
||PCT/CH2013/000226||USTER TECHNOLOGIES AG||NASIOU, Thomas|
The method is used to determine fault causes in a production process of an elongated textile structure. Measured values of a property of the structure are detected along the longitudinal direction of the structure. Values of a parameter of the structure are determined from the measured values. An event field (3) which contains a quadrant of a two-dimensional Cartesian coordinate system is provided, the abscissa (31) of which indicates an extent (l) of parameter values in the longitudinal direction and the ordinate (32) of which indicates a deviation (ΔΜ) of the parameter from a target value. Densities of events in the event field (3) are determined from the values of the parameter and the extent (l) of said values in the longitudinal direction. In the event field (3), two density lines (41, 42), which are substantially constant but follow different event densities, are calculated. The curves of the two density lines (41, 42) are compared with each other. A fault cause is inferred from a significant deviation of the curves from each other. Thus, the causes of any faults can be determined, regardless of the periodicity thereof.
||WO||WO/2014/107816 - IMPEDANCE-BASED MEASUREMENT DEVICE WITH A TWO-DIMENSIONAL ARRAY OF COILS||17.07.2014||
||PCT/CH2013/000008||PROCEQ SA||STIERLI, Peter|
The device for the impedance-based probing of materials described herein comprises a two-dimensional array of coils (1) and a measurement unit (4) adapted to determine, for each coil (1), a parameter indicative of its impedance. A pulse generator (3) is able to generate current pulses in each coil (1). The circuitry drives and senses the coil array through row and column lines (rp1... rpN1, cp1... cpN2, c21... csN2) in order to minimize the number of required components. The device can, in particular, be used for probing concrete.
||WO||WO/2014/107818 - STORAGE DEVICE FOR STORING AND/OR FOR TRANSPORTING OBJECTS FROM THE SITE OF PRODUCTION OF ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS||17.07.2014||
||PCT/CH2014/000002||TEC-SEM AG||ZAUGG, Franz|
The invention relates to a device which is intended for storing and/or for transporting objects from the site of production of electronic components outside a process facility and which has a multiplicity of mounts for storing the object and is provided with means for introducing nitrogen or some other inert gas into the device, in order for the objects to be flushed with nitrogen. In order for it to be possible, in the case of such a device, to achieve improvement in respect of avoiding contamination of the objects from the region of production of electrical components, means are proposed for the purpose of heating the nitrogen, or the inert gas, to a temperature of at least 30°C or more in the region of the objects.
||WO||WO/2014/100906 - CATHETER OR CANNULA ARRANGEMENT WITH UNIT FOR MONITORING LENGTH OF STAY OF THE SAME IN A BODY||03.07.2014||
||PCT/CH2013/000232||BERLINGER & CO. AG||TOBESCU, Corneliu|
The catheter or cannula arrangement (1) comprises a catheter or cannula (10) and a security unit (2) for monitoring a length of stay of said catheter or cannula in a body. Therein, the security unit (2) may in particular comprise. - A signalling unit (5) for emitting a signal referred to as first signal (S1); ); - an activation detection unit (3) for detecting a first event and for producing a signal referred to as second signal (S2) indicative of said detection; - a timer unit (4) receiving said second signal (S2) from said activation detection unit (3) and for starting a time duration measurement in reaction to said receiving said second signal (S2) and for producing and transmitting to said signalling unit a third signal (S3) as soon as the measured time duration is as large as or exceed said preset time span.
||WO||WO/2014/100905 - COMPOSITE GLASS||03.07.2014||
||PCT/CH2013/000228||SAINT-GOBAIN GLASS FRANCE||SCHWANKHAUS, Norbert|
The invention relates to a flame-retardant composite glass (1) comprising a plurality of glass panes (2.1-2.3) and a flame-retardant intermediate layer (3) which is arranged between two first glass panes and comprises a flame-retardant material that foams or swells up in the event of a fire, as well as an attack-resistant layer (8) consisting of transparent plastic that is solid at room temperature. The invention is characterised in that the flame-retardant composite glass has, between the first glass panes (2.1 - 2.2), an edge compound (4, 5) extending along and around the edges such that a chamber filled with said flame-retardant material is defined by the first glass panes and this edge compound, and in that between at least one of the first glass panes (2.1 - 2.2) and said flame-retardant material, a primer layer (6) is arranged which consists of a material whose adhesion to the flame-retardant intermediate layer and/or to the glass pane becomes weaker in flame-retardant test conditions than it is in room temperature conditions.
||WO||WO/2014/094184 - STACKING DEVICE AND METHOD FOR STACKING METAL SHEETS||26.06.2014||
||PCT/CH2013/000205||SOUDRONIC AG||TAIANA, Peter|
The invention relates to a stacking device having a stacking magazine (2), wherein the bottom sheet in each case of a stack (1) of metal sheets is de-stacked by a suction element (5, 15). Said element is movable upwards and downwards by means of a drive (6). At the end of the upward movement the bottom sheet (4) in each case of the stack (1) is grasped by suction and removed from the stack. A second suction element (5', 15') is provided which is movable upwards and downwards by means of a drive (6') and by which at the end of the upward movement the bottom sheet (4) of the stack (1) can be grasped. The second suction element is driven ahead of the first suction element, such that the bottom sheet (4) in each case of the stack (1) can be withdrawn from the stack first by the second suction element (5') and then by the first suction element (5). As a result, the stacking of thin sheets having a thickness of only 0.12 mm and a square shape is possible without disruption. The stack is held magnetically in the stacking magazine, which simplifies the stacking.
||WO||WO/2014/094183 - FIRE RESISTANT CONCRETE||26.06.2014||
||PCT/CH2012/000281||EMPA EIDGENÖSSISCHE MATERIALPRÜFUNGS- UND FORSCHUNGSANSTALT||LURA, Pietro|
The present invention relates to improved concrete elements, particularly to high-performance self-compacting concrete (HP-SCC); to cementitious compositions suitable for producing such concrete elements; to methods of manufacturing such concrete elements and such cementitious compositions; to the use of specific additives in concrete elements and cementitious mixtures. The inventive compositions comprise an effective amount of polymer fibres and of hydrogels. The inventive concrete elements show improved fire resistance, particularly towards explosive spalling.