||WO||WO/2014/142693 - TOILET VENTILATION SYSTEM||18.09.2014||
||PCT/RO2014/000001||TOMPEA, Petru||TOMPEA, Petru|
The toilet ventilation system (1) schematically rendered in fig. 2 sucks in smells and bacteria in suspension (13) directly from the toilet cavity (2) through the suction port (5) (mounted under the toilet lid ) and the elbow pipe (6), by means of the 24 V mini fan (9), (mounted on the elbow pipe) and they are evacuated via the normally closed one-way valve (10) (mounted on the elbow pipe after the mini fan), the connecting elbows (7) and (8) into the sewerage connecting pipe of the toilet (4). When a person sits on the toilet, the proximity sensor (16) (mounted in the surrounding area of the toilet lid) signals the supply and control unit (17) (supply from the 220V socket), which turns on the mini fan on a low power. When the person stands up, by means of the sensor, the control unit switches the mini fan on high power maintaining it in operation for a pre-established (adjustable) time. The throttle valve opens only when the mini fan is on, then it closes automatically so as not to let the sewerage gases enter the toilet. In a simpler model, you may replace the 24V mini fan by a 220V one and the proximity sensor and the supply and control unit by an on-off switch and a speed variator.
||WO||WO/2014/142694 - MEAT CUBE CUTTING MACHINE AND METHOD||18.09.2014||
||PCT/RO2014/000002||TOMPEA, Petru||TOMPEA, Petru|
As we can see in fig.2, the machine uses a new cutting method with lamellar cutters (19) mounted in grids (12), (13) and (15) which slide in bearings (16) and (17) mounted in perpendicular planes on the fixed chamber (14) as follows: meat is fed into the feeding chamber (2) through orifice (4), cover (5) is placed and meat is pushed by means of device (6) equipped with the arresting mechanisms (8) between the cutters swinging in two perpendicular directions, left-right and up-down, thus resulting meat baguettes which are then introduced in the fixed chamber (14), wherefrom they are pushed by means of device (9), equipped arresting mechanism (11) between the cutters that swing up and down thus obtaining the meat cubes. The driving takes place in a single spot by the eccentric spindle (20) via the conic reducer (21) driven by the power engine (22).
||WO||WO/2014/137233 - DOCUMENT CLASSIFICATION USING MULTISCALE TEXT FINGERPRINTS||12.09.2014||
||PCT/RO2014/000007||BITDEFENDER IPR MANAGEMENT LTD||TOMA, Adrian|
Described systems and methods allow a classification of electronic documents such as email messages and HTML documents, according to a document-specific text fingerprint. The text fingerprint is calculated for a text block of each target document, and comprises a sequence of characters determined according to a plurality of text tokens of the respective text block. In some embodiments, the length of the text fingerprint is forced within a pre-determined range of lengths (e.g. between 129 and 256 characters) irrespective of the length of the text block, by zooming in for short text blocks, and zooming out for long ones. Classification may include, for instance, determining whether an electronic document represents unsolicited communication (spam) or online fraud such as phishing.
||WO||WO/2014/129918 - MEMORY INTROSPECTION ENGINE FOR INTEGRITY PROTECTION OF VIRTUAL MACHINES||28.08.2014||
||PCT/RO2014/000006||BITDEFENDER IPR MANAGEMENT LTD||LUŢAS, Andrei-Vlad|
Described systems and methods allow protecting a computer system from malware, such as viruses and rootkits. In some embodiments, a hypervisor configures a hardware virtualization platform hosting a set of operating systems (OS). A memory introspection engine executing at the processor privilege level of the hypervisor dynamically identifies each OS, and uses an protection priming module to change the way memory is allocated to a target software object by the memory allocation function native to the respective OS. In some embodiments, the change affects only target objects requiring malware protection, and comprises enforcing that memory pages containing data of the target object are reserved exclusively for the respective object. The memory introspection engine then write-protects the respective memory pages.
||WO||WO/2014/116133 - PROCESS AND PROCESS FACILITY UNIT FOR CAPTURE, SEPARATION, PURIFICATION AND COMPRESSION OF HYDROCARBONS FROM DEPTHS OF MARINE WATERS||31.07.2014||
||PCT/RO2014/000005||PERFORMER TRADE ENGINEERING CO. SRL||CĂTĂLIN, Cicu Paul|
The proposed invention relates to a process used for obtaining hydrocarbons from depth waters and a process facility unit for the application of the method. The process according to the invention consists in capturing water containing hydrocarbons from the marine water depth, circulating the captured fluid mixture through the transport system, in which the transported fluid can be optionally heated, to the discharge area, where, through an adequate processing, there occurs the separation and removal of unwanted components from the fluid captured from depth marine waters, the resulting hydrocarbons being captured, purified, compressed and used. The process facility unit according to the proposed invention consists of a transport tube (1) for capture and circulation of water containing hydrocarbons from the depth, a system (2) for maintenance of the captured fluid flow, a tri-phases separator (3)f a heat exchanger (4) with a phase separator (5), a gas meter (6) for conditioning the pressure and flow of resulting gaseous hydrocarbons, a compression system (7) and a system (8) for separation and purification of hydrocarbons.
||WO||WO/2014/107117 - MEDICAL INSTRUMENTS KIT FOR TREATING UTERUS PROLAPSE||10.07.2014||
||PCT/RO2013/000014||NAHEDD, Saba||NAHEDD, Saba|
The invention relates to a medical instruments kit for a surgical intervention with a view to treating the advanced anterior vaginal wall prolapse, very large cystocele, named "cystocele permagna" and the stage II and III uterus prolapse. The medical instruments kit comprises a clamp (A) for anchoring the uterine isthmus and some isthmic and suburethral strips (B and C), respectively, the clamp (A) consisting of two long rigid arms (1 and 2) provided with some posterior portions (a and b) spaced apart from each other, joined at the lower side by means of a bridge (3), in front of which the distance between the arms (1 and 2) has the maximum value, the latter being non-removably joined together to form an anterior portion (c), tapered towards an anterior smooth blunt tip (d), in the immediate proximity thereof, in a proximal curved zone (g) of the anterior portion (c) there being cut some upper and lower orifices (e and f), respectively, in front of the bridge (3) the long arms (1 and 2) being distally provided with two left side and right side rings (4 and 5), respectively, an additional ring (6) being integrally attached to a lower portion (i) of the right side ring (5), to the outer side of the long arms (1 and 2), in the proximity of the bridge (3) and before the beginning of the anterior portion (c) there being located two short left side and right side arms (7 and 8), respectively, said arms ending with some smooth blunt tips (g and h). The medical instruments kit is used for reconstructing the adjacent anatomical connections for the degree II or degree III uterus prolapse and for the advanced cystocele permagna, respectively.
||WO||WO/2014/104906 - COMPOSITION WITH INCREASED BIOAVAILABILITY OF ORALLY ADMINISTRATED EMBRYO-PEPTIDES AND PROCESS FOR ITS OBTAINMENT||03.07.2014||
||PCT/RO2013/000016||SC HIPOCRATE 2002 SERV SRL||MIHĂESCU Gheorghe|
The invention refers to a composition standardized in heterologous embryo-peptides, used as a dietary supplement and to a process for its obtainment. The composition consists of heterologous embryonic extract, standardized in embryo-peptides, maltodextrin, selenium yeast, chromium yeast, zinc chelated in embryo-peptides, pyridoxine, mixture of cationic peptides, formed by enzymatic hydrolysis of vitellus and egg white remaining after chicken embryo harvesting, with antitrypsin and endocytosis promoting activity, sodium taurocholate, expanded silicon dioxide, magnesium stearate, methylparaben and propylparaben. The process of obtainment consists of the following steps: obtaining and disintegration of biological material, diluting with sterile water, homogenization and dissociation of embryonic growth factors from their soluble receptors; embryo-peptides concentration through tangential ultrafiltration; embryo-protein denaturation and mixing of embryo-peptides with denatured proteins; obtainment of cationic peptides and their addition and of others components over the mixture embryo peptides-embryo proteins, homogenization and spray-drying of the final mixture.
||WO||WO/2014/088437 - P SQUARED SYSTEM (PSS)||12.06.2014||
||PCT/RO2013/000007||POPA, Petre||POPA, Petre|
The invention has to do with a hydro-technique architectural system, capable to annihilate any tsunami waves size, destined in principle to the protection of people, animals, infrastructure and the existent architecture and the coastal environment of seas and oceans. The invention is composed of a PSS system made of one or many reinforced concrete tubes (preferable having a rectangular section) (A), for discharge/intake the tsunami wave (TW). PSS system contains an intake gate (B), for the (TW), an evacuation gate (C), and two floaters (D) and (E), permitting the (TW) to enter and exit in and out to the PSS system. The entire tsunami protection system, may be built using many PSS tubes with one or several intake and evacuation gates as necessary. The PSS system can also be used for protection against tidal waves and coastal erosions.
||WO||WO/2014/088436 - METHOD FOR SEPARATING THE NUCLEAR AND MAGNETIC CONTRIBUTIONS OF THE SMALL-ANGLE SCATTERING OF UNPOLARIZED NEUTRONS ON DISPERSE COLLOIDAL SYSTEMS WITH MAGNETIC PROPERTIES BY APPLYING THE PHASE CONTRAST VARIATION METHOD||12.06.2014||
||PCT/RO2013/000005||BALASOIU, Maria||BALASOIU, Maria|
The invention relates to a method for separating the nuclear and magnetic contributions of the differential cross section of scattering at small angles of the unpolarized neutrons on disperse colloidal systems with magnetic properties, by applying the phase contrast variation method. The essential elements of the method are the use of the controlled deuteration of the solvent, in the sense of decreasing to annulment of the difference between the nuclear scattering density of the magnetic colloidal particles and the scattering density of the solvent and the identification of the concentration, x, of the volume fraction of the deuterated substance in the carrier fluid made of H-D compound (deuterated substance - same non-deuterated substance) for which the minimum differential scattering cross section is due only to the magnetic component, the nuclear component becoming null due to the equalization of the nuclear scattering densities of the magnetic particles and of the solvent in the investigated sample. Compared to the methods currently used, this method has the advantage of performing the separation of the components of the differential scattering cross sections of the neutrons without inducing alterations to the investigated system by applying an external magnetic field. The effected isotopic substitution provides the possibility of a direct and simultaneous measurement of both physical and magnetic size or size distribution of the nanoparticles.
||WO||WO/2014/088438 - LOAD BALANCING IN HANDWRITTEN SIGNATURE AUTHENTIFICATION SYSTEM||12.06.2014||
||PCT/RO2013/000017||SOFTWIN SRL||SALINCA, Andreea|
Described systems and methods allow a biometric authentication system to process authentication requests, such as requests to authenticate handwritten signatures, received from a plurality of client systems, each covered by a service level agreement (SLA). The biometric authentication system includes a load balancer configured to distribute authentication tasks to a plurality of worker machines. In some embodiments, task distribution is performed according to an ability of each worker to process urgent tasks, to an ability of each worker to process non-urgent tasks, and further according to a relationship between a count of urgent requests and a count of non-urgent requests received by the biometric authentication system.