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1. WOWO/2015/011430 - ENCAPSULATED CATALYSTS29.01.2015
C09D 7/00
PCT/GB2013/051998OMG UK TECHNOLOGY LIMITEDGIBBS, Hugh Wynn
The invention relates to paint, ink and other coating formulations, particularly alkyd-based formulations comprising metal driers, such as iron-containing and manganese-containing compounds, which exhibit a reduced propensity to develop a skin on storage.

2. WOWO/2015/011434 - VALVE ACTUATOR29.01.2015
PCT/GB2014/051527MANAGED PRESSURE OPERATIONS PTE. LTD.VOON, Ted Jee
A fluid pressure operated actuator assembly comprising a tubular body having a wall, with an interior surface and an exterior surface and enclosing a main passage which extends generally parallel to a longitudinal axis of the tubular body, an actuator located in and movable along the main passage, a first direction chamber formed between the wall of the tubular body and the actuator, and at least one second direction chamber formed between the tubular body and the actuator, wherein the assembly is configured such that when the pressure of fluid in the first direction chamber exceeds the pressure of fluid in the or each second direction chamber by a predetermined amount, the pressure of fluid in the first direction chamber exerts a force on the actuator which acts to push the actuator in a first direction relative to the tubular body, and when the pressure of fluid in the or at least one of the second direction chamber(s) exceeds the pressure of fluid in the first direction chamber by a predetermined amount, the pressure of fluid in the second direction chamber(s) exerts a force on the actuator which acts to push the actuator in a second direction relative to the tubular body, characterised in that the exterior surface of the tubular body is provided with a first port which communicates with a passage extending through the wall of the tubular body from the first port to the first direction chamber, a second port which communicates with a passage extending through the wall of the tubular body from the second port to the or one of the second direction chamber(s), and a third port which communicates with a passage extending through the wall of the tubular body from the third port to the or another one of the second direction chamber(s), the first port lying on a first plane, the second port lying on a second plane and the third port lying on a third plane, the first plane, second plane and third plane being generally parallel to one another and the first plane lying between the second plane and the third plane.

3. WOWO/2015/011431 - REVERSE POWERING SYSTEM FOR TELECOMMUNICATIONS NODE29.01.2015
H04M 19/08
PCT/GB2014/000214BRITISH TELECOMMUNICATIONS PUBLIC LIMITED COMPANYCOOPER, Ian Robert
To initiate the transmission of electrical power over a telecommunications connection (14) from a power-collecting telecommunications interface unit (16) such as a customer premises equipment, connectable to a power supply (18), to a power-receiving unit (22, Fig 4) such as a kerbside electrical/cptical interface, when a connection (14) is first established, or the collecting unit is first powered up, or in order to re-establish connection after a power outage, control signals are transmitted between low-power modems (55) in the interface units using a low-power communications protocol. This allows the controlled initiation of a larger power output and a higher speed exchange of data once the full telecommunications connection has been established. A low-powered beacon signal is transmitted over the telecommunications connection (14) by the power-collecting telecommunications interface unit on connection to a power supply (18), for detection by the power-receiving telecommunications interface unit. In the event of a loss of power at the input (18), the low power modem (55) initiates power management control signals to cause the power-receiving telecommunications interface to shut down certain functions in order to preserve backup power for essential "lifeline" services.

4. WOWO/2015/011439 - INORGANIC FIBRE COMPOSITIONS29.01.2015
C03C 3/062
PCT/GB2014/051912MORGAN ADVANCED MATERIALS PLC.WAINWRIGHT, Ronald
Inorganic fibres having the composition:- 10≤A12O3 ≤50 mol%; 2≤K2O ≤40 mol%; 30 ≤ SiO2 ≤70 mol%; and in which SiO2 + A12 O3 + K2O >= 80 mol% can be protected against surface crystallisation of kalsilite by:- • including an amount of a nucleation promoting component effective to promote bulk crystallisation in the glass; and/or • providing on at least part of their surface, potassium scavenging materials.

5. WOWO/2015/011435 - IMPROVING PERFORMANCE OF ACCESS FROM MULTIPLE PROCESSORS TO A SAME MEMORY LOCATION29.01.2015
G06F 12/12
PCT/GB2014/051601ARM LIMITEDFRANCIS, Hedley James
A processing apparatus comprising: several processors for processing data; a hierarchical memory system comprising a memory accessible to all the processors, and several caches corresponding to each of the processors, each of the caches being accessible to the corresponding processor and comprising storage locations and corresponding indicators. There is also cache coherency control circuitry for maintaining coherency of data stored in the hierarchical memory system. The processors are configured to respond to receipt of a predefined request to perform an operation on a data item to determine if the cache corresponding to the processor receiving the request has a storage location allocated to the data item. If not, the processing apparatus is configured to: allocate a storage location within the cache to the data item, set the indicator corresponding to the storage location to indicate that the storage location is storing a delta value, set data in the allocated storage location to an initial value. The processor is configured in response to the predefined request to perform the operation on data within the storage location allocated to the data item.

6. WOWO/2015/011436 - ENTERTAINMENT APPARATUS29.01.2015
A63G 33/00
PCT/GB2014/051634AMAZEMENT MACHINES INC LIMITEDFULLJAMES, Hugh, Robert, Gilles
An entertainment apparatus (1) comprising two upright walls (3a, 3b), each having an inner surface.A plurality of game pieces (9) are located in the space (5) between the walls (3a, 3b), each of the game pieces (9) being in contact with the inner surface of at least one of the walls (3a, 3b).Each of the game pieces (9) comprises a drive assembly for moving the game piece over that inner surface, the drive assembly comprising a traction element (11), such as a wheel, for generating traction against the inner surface and an actuator for moving the traction element relative to the surface. At least one, and preferably both, of the walls (3a, 3b) are transparent, for example they are glass, such that a user can observe the game pieces (9) within the space (5), from outside the apparatus (1).

7. WOWO/2015/011433 - COHERENCY CONTROL MESSAGE FLOW29.01.2015
G06F 12/08
PCT/GB2014/051373ARM LIMITEDBRATT, Ian
A coherent memory system includes a plurality of level 1 cache memories (6) connected via interconnect circuitry (18) to a level 2 cache memory (8). Coherency control circuitry (10) manages coherency between lines of data. Evict messages from the level 1 cache memories to the coherency control circuitry (10) are sent via the read address channel AR. Read messages are also sent via the read address channel AR. The read address channel AR is configured such that a read message may not be reordered relative to an evict message. The coherency control circuitry (10) is configured such that a read message will not be processed ahead of an evict message. The level 1 cache memories (6) do not track in-flight evict messages. No acknowledgement of an evict message is sent from the coherency control circuitry (10) back to the level 1 cache memory (6).

8. WOWO/2015/011437 - AIR CANNON AND ASSOCIATED LAUNCH CANISTER FOR A LINE-FOULING SYSTEM29.01.2015
PCT/GB2014/051729BCB INTERNATIONAL LIMITEDSEARLE, Matthew
FIG. 7 shows an air cannon system loaded with a launch canister containing a prop- fouler. A pressure vessel (28) contains an inlet including a poppet valve (100) that, upon command, can be selectively placed in either a one-way flow position to permit charging of the pressure vessel or otherwise opened to trigger rapid discharge through pressure equalization with the ambient environment. The air cannon may include multiple splayed barrels or a single barrel (158). A launch canister (202), realized in the form of a tube, hasa driving plate (350) that closes an end of the launch tube. The driving plate is the first point loaded into the barrel. Within the launch canister (202) a first portion of a floating prop-fouling line is stored. The prop-fouling line, such as made from Dyneema®, has at its ends two drogues that, upon entry into the water, fill with water to produce drag resistance to movement of the prop-fouling line. To avoid undue stress on canopy panels of each drogue and to avoid twisting of shroud lines (312) to the canopy, a rotating shackle (310a, 310b) acts as a coupling point between the shroud lines (312) and the prop-fouling line. Only one drogue (306), its associated coupling and a selected length prop-fouling line are loaded into the launch canister, with the other drogue and its rotating shackle (310b) loaded into a cradle (166). Upon firing, gas expansion causes the rapid acceleration and ejection of the launch tube (202) and generally straight line deployment of the prop-fouling line (302).

9. WOWO/2015/011449 - PASSIVE NOISE CANCELLING DEVICE29.01.2015
G10K 11/172
PCT/GB2014/052198BRUNEL UNIVERSITYATHERTON, Mark
A device for use by a dental patient fits in the patient's ear and has at least one curved resonator tube to reduce the perceived volume of a dental drill. The device may have multiple layers of resonator tubes and a port into which recorded music can be played to calm the patient further.

10. WOWO/2015/011447 - THERAPEUTIC INTERVENTION29.01.2015
A61K 38/48
PCT/GB2014/052193UCL BUSINESS PLCNACHEV, Parashkev
Provided are methods and materials for treating a neurological, behavioural, psychological, psychiatric, or personality disorder or syndrome in an individual, which disorder or syndrome is associated with a plurality of aberrant thoughts, behaviors and/or dispositions to behaviour. The methods comprise (i) selecting an individual suffering from, or believed to suffer from, said disorder or syndrome; and (ii) selecting a set of effector junctions in the individual, wherein at least one of said aberrant thoughts, behaviors or dispositions is modifiable by modulation of transmission across the set of effector junctions; (iii) treating the individual with an agent (for example botulinum toxin or a derivative or analog thereof) or intervention which causes blockade of or interference with the set of effector junctions, wherein blockade of the set of effector junctions results in an inhibition of the plurality of aberrant thoughts, behaviors and/or dispositions associated with the disorder.


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