|1.||WO||WO/2014/129983 - METHODS, SYSTEMS, AND DEVICES FOR MANAGING A PLURALITY OF ALARMS||28.08.2014||
|PCT/TH2013/000008||THAI OIL PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED||JANCHOOKIAT, Mongkol|
Present example embodiments relate generally to methods, systems, computing devices, and logic for managing a plurality of alarms initiated by a plurality of alarm sensors. The method comprises the steps of: receiving the plurality of initiated alarm, prioritizing the initiated alarms, creating an initiated alarm being a condition-based alarm when an initiated alarm satisfies an event condition, reprioritizing an initiated alarm when said initiated alarm satisfies a reprioritization condition, suppressing an initiated alarm, reporting an unsuppressed initiated alarm based on the prioritizing of said alarm, and providing information comprising an operator action for the unsuppressed initiated alarm and an initiated alarm suppressed based on the unsuppressed initiated alarm.
|2.||WO||WO/2014/129981 - PIPER BETEL EXTRACT FOR INSECT TRAP||28.08.2014||
|PCT/TH2013/000005||YAMPUN, Chanpen||YAMPUN, Chanpen|
The production of fruit fly trap extract includes 10%-95% of newly grown leaves of Piper betel, 5%-90% of salt, a distiller set, distilled and uniquely scented volatile extract, and the production processes of fruit fly trap extract (Methyl Eugenal).
|3.||WO||WO/2014/129982 - A METHOD OF DETERMINING THE SEX OF INDONESIAN RED AROWANAS||28.08.2014||
|PCT/TH2013/000007||AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT AGENCY (PUBLIC ORGANIZATION)||CHANSUE, Nantarika|
The present invention relates to a method of determining the sex of Indonesian arowanas. Also, the present invention relates to a kit for determining the sex Indonesian red arowanas and a method of using thereof.
|4.||WO||WO/2014/129984 - EASY-TO-OPEN ROASTED OR BOILED AROMATIC COCONUT AND THE METHOD FOR PRODUCING THE SAME||28.08.2014||
|PCT/TH2014/000005||COCO EASY CO., LTD.||KLIAPHUANGPHIT, Banphot|
The present invention relates to easy-to-open roasted or boiled aromatic coconut comprising a coconut from which the husk was removed until a clean shelled coconut is obtained and groove Ike on the shell of the coconut characterized ¾ that said groove line is at least one converged groove line located at the bottom; of the shell of the coconut and that said groove line is made by laser engraving using a laser engraver. Easy~to~open roasted or boiled aromatic coconut further comprises an opening means fixed within one converged groove line, near the groove line. The present invention also relates to the method for producing said easy- to-open roasted or boiled aromatic coconut which allows easy consumption. The consumers can open the coconut shell by pulling the opening means such as a pull-ring. In case where at least one converged groove line is a large circle groove and a small circle groove wherein the pull-ring k fixed near the small circle groove, this allows the coconut shell within the small circle groove to be opened, revealing the coconut meat inside. Through this small hole, the consumer can insert a tube to drink the coconut juice arid when the juice is drunk up, the consumer can easily open the coconut shell further in order to eat the coconut meat by pulling the coconut shell within the large circle groove off by hand.
|5.||WO||WO/2014/123491 - CATIONIC ASPHALT EMULSION FOR PRIME COAT||14.08.2014||
||PCT/TH2014/000004||ISSARIYAKUL, Praphot||ISSARIYAKUL, Praphot|
A cationic asphalt emulsion for prime coat according to this invention can be used as prime coat for road base course - both untreated base course and treated base courseOnce the asphalts dry, they will securely adhere to the base course. It's convenient to use since no need to heat asphalt emulsion while using. The viscosity can be altered by adding the water, so no fire hazardous during heating. The traffic can be back to normal without spreading sand. Besides, the cost is much lower compared to the cutback asphalts, and also less volatile hydrocarbon solvent emissions into the atmosphere. Other than road construction, it can also be applied in other applications, such as temporary covering road in the mine or road under construction, covering open space to reduce airborne dust generated by wind, and covering ground under the building to prevent termite entry into the building, etc.
|6.||WO||WO/2014/112959 - CANISTER MOUNTING STRUCTURE FOR A MOTORCYCLE||24.07.2014||
|PCT/TH2013/000002||HONDA MOTOR CO., LTD||SAKANE, Taiki|
The present invention disclosed a canister mounting structure 8 for a motorcycle 100 comprising a storage box 10 mounting under a seat 9 of the motorcycle 100; a canister 14 mounted in a recess portion 22 of said storage box 10 and communicably connected to a fuel tank 16 and an engine intake system 18 so as to collect vaporized fuel; said storage box 10 stores a battery 20 therein and comprising said recess portion 22 formed externally to a side surface of said storage box 10 and is overlapping with said battery 20; and wherein said canister 14 is mounted in the rear-upwardly manner inside said recess portion 22 of the said storage box 10.
|7.||WO||WO/2014/104987 - TRANSITION METAL CATALYSTS AND A METHOD OF PREPARING THEREOF||03.07.2014||
|PCT/TH2012/000054||IRPC PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED||PRACHUM, Yongyut|
The present disclosure relates to transition metal catalysts for use in the polymerization of olefins. Also, the present disclosure relates to a method of preparing a transition metal catalyst comprising: providing a dihydrocarbyloxide magnesium compound; contacting the dihydrocarbyloxide magnesium compound with carbon dioxide to form a magnesium hydrocarbyl carbonate compound; and reacting the magnesium hydrocarbyl carbonate compound with a transition metal halide to form a crude catalyst.
|8.||WO||WO/2014/104988 - APPARATUS FOR CREATING A SWIRLING FLOW OF FLUID||03.07.2014||
|PCT/TH2013/000031||YOAVAPHANKUL, Metha||YOAVAPHANKUL, Metha|
An apparatus for creating a swirling flow of fluid comprises a transmission base (1) with an internal cavity (2) to receive the fluid flow from outside via a side hole (3) which will become a hole side edge (4) to control the flow through of the fluid into the transmission base in a laminar swirling flow in the internal cavity of the transmission base. A part of the hole side edge may have an elevated insert supporting shoulder (10) to support the overlay attachment of another transmission base to stack them higher.
|9.||WO||WO/2014/084801 - ADDITIONAL LIGHT STRUCTURE OF PROJECTOR LIGHT ASSEMBLY FOR MOTORCYCLE||05.06.2014||
|PCT/TH2012/000051||HONDA MOTOR COMPANY LIMITED||MATSUZAKI, Teppei|
Problem to be solved: to provide a vehicle light assembly in which light emitted by one ordinary-power additional light source can provide additional lighting around different sides of multiple projector lenses held by spatially separated projector lens holders. Solution: In the vehicle light assembly, each projector lens holder to which a projector lens is mounted includes a body portion having hole means formed therein through which light emitted by a single additional light source can pass, and a light diffusion means. The assembly includes a light transmitting inner lens mounted to the projection lens holders, which includes first and second lighting portions around each projector lens. Light from the additional light source can (a) travel through the hole means to the light diffusion means, which scatters such light toward the first / outer lighting portions; and (b) directly travel to the second / inner lighting portions, such that the lighting portions emit additional lighting. Additional lighting can thus be provided around different sides of each projector lens by a single additional light source, which need not have high illumination output power.
|10.||WO||WO/2014/077785 - PROCESS FOR THE PREPARATION OF LIQUID TIN(II) ALKOXIDES||22.05.2014||
|PCT/TH2013/000061||CHIANG MAI UNIVERSITY||MEEPOWPAN, Puttinan|
This invention describes the synthetic process of producing liquid tin(II) alkoxides for use as either reagents in the synthesis of lactide or as initiators in the polymerization of cyclic ester monomers to yield biodegradable polyesters. The synthetic process employs anhydrous tin(II) chloride dissolved in n-heptane and mixed with dry diethylamine. Alcohols, ROH, in which the R groups are n-C4H9, n-C6H13, and n-C8H17 are added to the reaction mixture and stirred for 12 hours. The reaction mixture isthen filtered under nitrogen or argon before being evaporated to dryness to yield the three tin(II) alkoxides, namely: tin(II) n-butoxide, tin(II) n- hexoxide, and tin(II) n-octoxide. All three tin(II) alkoxides are viscous, dark yellow liquids which are highly soluble in most common organic solvents. Furthermore,they can all be stored under an inert atmosphere for long periods without any significant change in their vi nd therefore in their effectiveness as rea ents/initiators.