||WO||WO/2014/035362 - COMPUTER SYSTEMS, PARTS OF A HOUSING FOR A COMPUTER SYSTEM, HEAT EXCHANGERS, AND METHODS FOR ASSEMBLING PARTS OF A COMPUTER SYSTEM||06.03.2014||
||PCT/US2012/052424||RAZER (ASIA-PACIFIC) PTE. LTD.||WILSON, John, Alexander|
According to various embodiments, a computer system may be provided. The computer system may include: a housing with a protrusion; a heat generating device; a heat exchanger; and a heat pipe configured to transfer heat from a first end of the heat pipe to a second end of the heat pipe. The first end of the heat pipe may be coupled to the heat generating device. The second end of the heat pipe may be coupled to the heat exchanger. The second end of the heat pipe may be arranged in the protrusion of the housing.
||WO||WO/2014/035369 - CONSTRUCTED ANNULAR SAFETY VALVE ELEMENT PACKAGE||06.03.2014||
||PCT/US2012/052533||HALLIBURTON ENERGY SERVICES, INC.||ROBB, Ewan Ogilvie|
An annular safety valve sealing package comprises an annular safety valve comprising a tubular housing; a first annular sealing element comprising a first elastomeric material and disposed about the tubular housing of the annular safety valve; a second annular sealing element comprising a second elastomeric material and disposed about the tubular housing of the annular safety valve adjacent the first annular sealing element; and a third annular sealing element comprising a third elastomeric material and disposed about the tubular housing of the annular safety valve adjacent the second annular sealing element and on an opposite side of the second annular sealing element from the first annular sealing element. At least two of the first elastomeric material, the second elastomeric material, or the third elastomeric material have different compositions.
||WO||WO/2014/035366 - CUSTOMIZABLE APPLICATION FUNCTIONALITY ACTIVATION||06.03.2014||
||PCT/US2012/052504||EMPIRE TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT LLC||BOBROVSKY, Abraham|
In one example of customizable application functionality activation, a user interface receives a user's interactive input to a functionality activation sequence field, a security component receives a user's interactive input to the functionality activation sequence field on the user interface to unlock functionality for one or more device features, an integration component receives a customized algorithm for revising at least the appearance of the functionality activation sequence field on the user interface to unlock functionality for the one or more device features, and a functionality implementation component implements a customized functionality activation sequence on the user interface.
||WO||WO/2014/035383 - A RECLOSABLE SLEEVE ASSEMBLY AND METHODS FOR ISOLATING HYDROCARBON PRODUCTION||06.03.2014||
||PCT/US2012/052735||HALLIBURTON ENERGY SERVICES, INC.||BECK, Adam, Evan|
Disclosed is reclosable sleeve assembly including a housing defining one or more flow ports that provide fluid communication between a wellbore annulus and an interior of the housing, an outer sleeve arranged within the housing and movable between a closed position, where the outer sleeve occludes the one or more flow ports, and an open position, where the one or more flow ports are exposed, and an inner sleeve concentrically arranged within the outer sleeve and defining a plurality of flow slots, the inner sleeve being movable between an open position and a closed position where, when in the open position, the plurality of flow slots are axially aligned with the one or more flow ports.
||WO||WO/2014/035384 - SAFETY VALVE WITH LOCKOUT CAPABILITY AND METHODS OF USE||06.03.2014||
||PCT/US2012/052740||HALLIBURTON ENERGY SERVICES, INC.||WILLIAMSON, Jimmie, Robert|
Disclosed is a safety valve with a built-in lockout feature, the safety valve including a housing, a flapper coupled to the housing and being movable between open and closed positions, a flow tube movably disposed within the housing and having an extended position, the flow tube being configured to retain the flapper in the open position when in the extended position, a lockout rod coupled to the housing and movable between deployed and stored positions, the lockout rod being configured to retain the flow tube in the extended position when in the deployed position, and a lockout ratchet element arranged within the housing and coupled to the lockout rod, the lockout ratchet element being configured to retain the lockout rod in the deployed position.
||WO||WO/2014/035393 - SWITCHABLE IONIC ADHESIVE COATING FOR RECYCLABLE CARBON FIBER||06.03.2014||
||PCT/US2012/053040||EMPIRE TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT LLC||ANDERSON, Kraig|
The present technology provides an carbon fiber reinforced plastic having an organoamine coated carbon fiber and a carbonyl functionalized matrix polymer. Also described is a method for recycling the carbon fiber reinforced plastic using an acidic gas.
||WO||WO/2014/035419 - SYSTEMS AND METHODS FOR PREVENTING UNSAFE MEDICAL TREATMENT||06.03.2014||
||PCT/US2012/053440||SUN NUCLEAR CORPORATION||SIMON, William E.|
A treatment safety device is operable by a computer-based treatment safety module to prevent, by at least one of an operational interlock and a warning indicator, a medical treatment unless the treatment safety module determines that predetermined treatment verification criteria are met. The treatment safety device can tie into an existing operational interlock, such as an electrical door interlock. In a radiation oncology application, the treatment safety module verification criteria can include a satisfactory correspondence between elements of a pending treatment and an intended treatment.
||WO||WO/2014/035407 - METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR REFERRING EXPRESSION GENERATION||06.03.2014||
||PCT/US2012/053183||DATA2TEXT LIMITED||REITER, Ehud, B.|
Methods, apparatuses, and computer program products are described herein that are configured to perform referring expression generation. In some example embodiments, a method is provided that comprises identifying an intended referent to be referred to in a textual output. The method of this embodiment may also include determining that a salient ancestor of the intended referent is lower in a part-of hierarchy than a lowest common ancestor. The method of this embodiment may also include causing the salient ancestor to be set as a current target referent and a new salient ancestor to be determined for the current target referent. In some example embodiments, the default descriptor of each current target referent is added to the referring noun phrase and the part-of hierarchy is traversed via salient ancestor links until the new salient ancestor of the current target referent is higher than or equal to the lowest common ancestor.
||WO||WO/2014/035412 - METHODS AND APPARATUS FOR BEAMFORMING||06.03.2014||
||PCT/US2012/053293||NOKIA SIEMENS NETWORKS OY||VOOK, Frederick|
Systems and techniques for carrier aggregated beamforming using elevation control. A base station determines a first elevation to be used for transmission to a user device using a first carrier, for example, based on information received from the user device. A second elevation, for transmission to the user device based on the second carrier, is determined based at least in part on the elevation information determined for the first carrier. The first and second carriers may be used by the same base station or by different base stations, and using elevation information determined for the first carrier to determine elevation information for the second carrier avoids computation and signaling needed for separate determination of the elevation information for the second carrier.
||WO||WO/2014/035433 - GENETICALLY MODIFIED MSC AND THERAPEUTIC METHODS||06.03.2014||
||PCT/US2012/053537||NOLTA, Jan||NOLTA, Jan|
This disclosure relates to vectors, isolated cells, compositions, and methods for the treatment of critical limb ischemia and associated disorders. One aspect of the disclosure relates to a vector comprising a nucleic acid encoding a 165A isoform VEGF protein and a promoter that regulates expression of the nucleic acid encoding the VEGF.