||WO||WO/2014/118809 - PHARMACEUTICAL COMPOSITION WITH LINEZOLID||07.08.2014||
||PCT/IS2014/050001||ACTAVIS GROUP PTC EHF.||KRISTJANSSON, Torfi E.|
A pharmaceutical tablet formulation with linezolid or a salt thereof as an active ingredient is provided. The formulation comprises, a filler which is preferably microcrystalline cellulose, and sodium hydrogen carbonate as disintegrant. In some embodiments the disintegrant is a mixture of carboxymethylcellulose and sodium starch glycolate.
||WO||WO/2014/108924 - FLEXIBLE MEMBERS AND FLEXIBLE MEMBER ATTACHMENT POCKETS FOR A VEHICLE SUSPENSION SYSTEM||17.07.2014||
||PCT/IS2014/000001||LAUF FORKS EHF.||SKÚLASON, Benedikt|
This invention relates to a vehicle suspension system where two or more flexible members (3401a, 3402a) are arranged in a non- planar way with a distance there between. These flexible members (3401a, 3402a) are being rigidly mounted between a frame structure (109) of a vehicle and a wheel structure (111) of the vehicle and the arrangement of the flexible members (3401a, 3402a) is so as to provide guided suspension and being resistive against forces other than those in the intended direction of the suspension movement.
||WO||WO/2014/097324 - A LIGHT EMITTING DIODE (LED) LIGHTING SYSTEM||26.06.2014||
||PCT/IS2013/000004||ESJONSSON EHF||STURLA, Jonsson|
This invention relates to a light emitting diode (LED) lighting system, comprising: a first heat dissipation structure (3) having a front side and a back side, the front side acting as a contact area to at least one LED (1), at least one second heat dissipation structure (5) positioned adjacent to the backside of the first heat dissipation structure (3), and at least one thermoelectric module (4) positioned between the first heat dissipation structure (3) and the at least one second heat dissipation structure (5) for conducting heat produced from the at least one LED (1) during operation from the first heat dissipation structure (3) to towards the at least one second heat dissipation structure (5), wherein the front side of the first heat dissipation structure (3) comprises at least one upwardly protruding structure extending distally away from the at least one second heat dissipation structure (5) and where the at least one upwardly protruding structure acts as the contact point to the at least one LED.
||WO||WO/2014/087433 - SYSTEM AND PROCESS TO CAPTURE INDUSTRIAL EMISSIONS AND RECYCLE FOR THE PRODUCTION OF CHEMICALS||12.06.2014||
||PCT/IS2013/050010||CRI EHF.||SIGURBJORNSSON, Omar Freyr|
A system and process is provided for capturing industrial emissions comprising carbon dioxide and sulfur compounds and producing therefrom sulfuric acid and methanol, thus reducing unwanted pollution and converting the undesired waste gases to valuable chemical products. The system comprises an oxygen production unit, a combustion unit for receiving an industrial emissions stream and oxygen, and producing an oxidized emission stream, a catalytic acid production unit to produce sulfuric acid, a hydrogen production unit, a gas conversion unit for producing methanol, and preferably an energy recovery unit to recover reaction heat. The system and process are suitable for recover emission from sulfur emitting geothermal power plants.
||WO||WO/2014/076716 - A WALL SYSTEM OF PARALLELEPIPED PRECAST BUILDING PANEL||22.05.2014||
||PCT/IS2013/050009||ARCCELS EHF||HUNFJORD, Oskar|
This invention relates to a connection for precast concrete elements intended for house construction, i.e.between wall-, floor-and roof-elements. The development of the connections has been carried out based on the element's premises, i.e. material consumption, structural features and building site erection. The connections consist of teeth and grooves which ensure structural strength and stiffness. The site erection of the elements becomes quick and simple, with low quantity of concrete or mortar needed at the building site.
||WO||WO/2014/068601 - USE OF NATURAL ANTIOXIDANTS DURING ENZYMATIC HYDROLYSIS OF AQUATIC PROTEIN TO OBTAIN HIGH QUALITY AQUATIC PROTEIN HYDROLYSATES||08.05.2014||
||PCT/IS2013/050008||MATIS OHF.||HALLDORSDOTTIR, Sigrun Mjoll|
The present invention relates to the use of natural antioxidants from marine algae extracts, such as seaweed extracts and preferably Fuscus vesiculosus extract, during enzymatic hydrolysis of aquatic protein from species such as fish, aquatic mammals, crustaceans and/or mollusks, to obtain high quality aquatic protein hydrolysates (APHs), having a biological activity of interest, for human consumption and cosmetics. The natural antioxidants can inhibit oxidation during hydrolysis, contribute to an increase in the bioactivity and decrease the bitter taste of the final product. The process can vary in starting material, pre-treatment, type and amount of enzyme, hydrolysis conditions, time, degree of hydrolysis and post-treatment. The invention also concerns food products, food supplements, pet food, animal feed, fish feed, fertilizer, pharmaceutical preparations, compositions, medicine and/or cosmetics comprising APHs according to the invention.
||WO||WO/2014/009975 - A REFLECTOR SYSTEM FOR 3D IMAGE CAPTURE||16.01.2014||
||PCT/IS2013/000002||KULA INVENTIONS LTD.||OLAFSDOTTIR, Iris|
This invention relates a three dimensional (3D) reflector system including a first pair (22) of inner reflectors and a second pair (21) of outer reflectors arranged around the first pair of inner reflectors such that, seen from cross view of said reflector system, the reflectors form a mirror image around a vertical axis (24) extending through the first pair of inner reflectors with the respective one of the second pair of outer reflectors being arranged distally away from the vertical axis compared with the respective one of the first pair of inner reflectors. The respective one of the second pair of outer reflectors reflect an incoming light to the inner reflectors which reflect the light onto an imaging device (11) such that one side of the inner and outer reflector pair acts as a left eye view and the other side of the inner and outer reflector pair acts as a right eye view. The second pair of outer reflectors are either both convex or concave.
||WO||WO/2014/009976 - CIRCUIT BRANCH MEASURING SYSTEM||16.01.2014||
||PCT/IS2013/050006||REMAKE ELECTRIC EHF.||AXELSSON, Halldor|
A circuit branch measurement system and device (7) are provided for detecting electrical current by circuit branches in an electrical distribution panel. The circuit branch measurement device consist of a current measurement and data transmitting device (1) which is electrically and mechanically connected (3) current sensor modules (2). The system comprises an identification device to associate each attached current sensor module with a unique identification number and a communication driver to transmit the collective data from the system to a monitoring device.
||WO||WO/2014/006643 - LOCATION TRACKING IN A DISTRIBUTION NETWORK||09.01.2014||
||PCT/IS2013/050007||CONTROLANT EHF.||HERJOLFSSON, Gisli|
The present invention relates to a fully automatic method and a system for distribution monitoring of shipments and automatic location assignment of objects with virtual location information and wireless technology.
||WO||WO/2013/179313 - ADVANCED SEQUENTIAL BATCH GASIFICATION PROCESS||05.12.2013||
||PCT/IS2013/050005||WTE WASTE TO ENERGY CANADA, INC||EINARSSON, Fridfinnur|
The invention relates to a two stage process for the thermal treatment of wastes consisting of a batch gasification process followed by a syngas combustion process. A system and method are provided comprising of one or more first process stage batch gasification chambers (1) which are connected to a common second process stage chamber, the syngas combustion chamber, or alternatively a syngas conditioning chamber (13) and afterwards a combustion of the syngas in either a combustion chamber, reciprocating engine, boiler, gas turbine or an internal combustion device. The process can also be used to process biomass and fuels by gasification. The gasification chamber (1) has separated nozzle areas corresponding to plenum sections of the bottom where a mixture of air and recirculated flue-gas (8) is blown under the combustible material. Flue gas flow is regulated by varying the production of syngas in the gasification chambers (1) by a feedback signal from devices such as draught sensors, thermocouples, fan speeds indicators, steam flow meters, oxygen concentration meters and power production indicators.