||WO||WO/2014/123562 - SYSTEMS FOR DELIVERING EXPLOSIVES AND METHODS RELATED THERETO||14.08.2014||
||PCT/US2013/044082||DYNO NOBEL INC.||HALANDER, John B.|
Systems for delivering explosives with variable densities are disclosed herein. Methods of delivering explosives with variable densities and methods of varying the energy of explosives in a blasthole are disclosed herein.
||WO||WO/2014/071492 - METHODS FOR FORMING CORNERS OF A FRAME||15.05.2014||
||PCT/CA2012/050789||OMNIGLASS SCT INC.||DAVIES, Bradley, Jarrett|
Methods and systems for forming a frame, such as door and window frames, are provided. In some implementations, a method for forming a frame includes clamping the frame on a rotation device, the frame having a plurality of frame members and a plurality of corners defined by the plurality of frame members. The rotation device is for rotating the frame and providing a liquid material into each corner of the frame through injection holes formed in frame members. The liquid material sets to form a solid structural member bridging and connecting the frame members,. The liquid is poured into the corner area with the corner at the bottom and the members diverging upwardly and outwardly therefrom and the liquid material has a viscosity so that it settles to form a level height into and across each frame member but does not leak from the butting surfaces of the members.
||WO||WO/2014/018107 - FIRE BARRIER LAYER AND FIRE BARRIER FILM LAMINATE||30.01.2014||
||PCT/US2013/031099||UNIFRAX I LLC||CONTZEN, Bernard, Roger|
A fire barrier laminate is provided for use in thermal and acoustical insulation systems, such as, but not limited to, those used in commercial aircraft.
||WO||WO/2013/179432 - EXHAUST GAS RECOVERY DEVICE FOR CONVERTER FURNACE AND METHOD FOR RECOVERING EXHAUST GAS FOR CONVERTER FURNACE||05.12.2013||
||PCT/JP2012/064006||NIPPON STEEL & SUMITOMO METAL CORPORATION||FURUKAWA Naoki|
This exhaust gas recovery device for a converter furnace is provided with: a furnace top oxygen analyzer for analyzing the oxygen concentration in exhaust gas in an exhaust pathway and further upstream than a dust collection position for collecting dust, and a furnace top CO analyzer for analyzing the CO concentration in the same exhaust gas; and a furnace bottom oxygen analyzer for irradiating a laser beam into the exhaust gas that flows further downstream than the dust collection position, and analyzing oxygen concentration on the basis of variation in the luminous flux causing by photoabsorption of the laser light.
||WO||WO/2013/177660 - POLICY SERVICE LOGGING USING GRAPH STRUCTURES||05.12.2013||
||PCT/CA2012/000994||NETSWEEPER (BARBADOS) INC.||ERB, Jeremy|
A policy service logging system includes one or more servers connected by a network. The one or more servers are configured to provide a graph structure having a plurality of nodes. Each node is in communication with at least one other node. The graph structure is configured to process log entries of network resource requests subject to policy implemented by a policy service. As log entries flow through the graph structure, the nodes perform operations on the log entries.
||WO||WO/2013/176663 - MOISTURE RESISTANT MOLDABLE INJURY THERAPY DEVICE AND METHOD||28.11.2013||
||PCT/US2012/039069||BSN MEDICAL, INC.||JORISSEN, Koen Jozef, Maria|
A moisture-resistant multi-phase orthopedic system including a moisture-impervious sleeve, a moldable splint including a covered resin- Impregnated substrate, an elongate wrap for retaining the splint on the limb, and a removable cast for application to the limb during subsequent treatment phase Including a cast body having interior side and exterior side and comprising a fabric having an open structure for providing enhanced moisture transfer away from the skin and a movable flap carried by the body overlying a part of the cast body to be applied to a treatment area of the limb, the flap adapted to cover and retain between the cast body and the flap the splint worn by the patient during the initial treatment phase in the same position as the location of the splint during the initial treatment phase. A method of immobilizing a limb in multiple treatment phases utilizing the orthopedic system.
||WO||WO/2013/175649 - DUMP TRUCK||28.11.2013||
||PCT/JP2012/073911||KOMATSU LTD.||TANIGUCHI, Jun|
A dump truck (1) is provided with: a vehicle body (2) that comprises an upper deck (2b) on which a cab (3) is arranged, and a frame (2f) that is arranged along the front-rear direction; a vessel (4) that is arranged above the frame (2f); and a sixth imaging device (16) that is arranged at the tail end of the frame (2f) and below the vessel (4), and that is capable of capturing an image of the area behind the vehicle body (2). The sixth imaging device (16) is a wide dynamic range camera equipped with an adjustable function for correcting the brightness of dark areas while maintaining bright areas at a level that can be visually confirmed, thereby making it possible to visually confirm every part of the image.
||WO||WO/2013/176690 - ADJUSTABLE DESKTOP PLATFORM||28.11.2013||
||PCT/US2012/048775||GEMMY INDUSTRIES CORPORATION||FLAHERTY, Daniel, G.|
An adjustable desktop workspace is disclosed having a base having a lower platform, an upper platform, and two pivoting arms mounted between the two. Each pivoting arm has a front and rear bracket A locking lever on each arm fixedly engages the platform in an upright position at a variety of levels above the lower platform, There are also two stabilizing bars to limit side-to-side relative movement, and a biasing spring between the front and rear brackets to aide moving the upper platform.
||WO||WO/2013/171527 - A METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING A GAS BURNER||21.11.2013||
||PCT/IB2012/000960||SABAF S.P.A.||DORA, Massimo|
Method for manufacturing a gas burner of the type comprising a cup, provided with at least one tubular tapered part of a mixer with axial Venturi effect, and shaped to couple with a burner head provided with at least one flame-spreader, wherein said cup is made in a single piece by casting or die-casting in an apposite mould. Such a method comprises, in sequence, the following steps: a) arranging a mould with at least two shells, for casting or die-casting the afore said cup; b) arranging at least one core which could be removably inserted into the respective mould, which has at least one jutting portion shaped with at least one tubular tapered part of the strickle of the afore said mixer with axial Venturi effect; c) inserting such a core into the mould and closing the afore said at least two mould shells so that the afore said at least one jutting portion of the core is retained, at least partially, at a distance from the opposite inner walls of the closed mould; the core and the mould being shaped so that at least one ending part of such a core replaces, at least partially, part of the perimetrical area of the cup defined by the mould; d) pouring or pressure-injecting molten metal material into the closed mould; e) opening the mould, drawing out the afore said core and then removing the die formed cup after the metal material is solidified; f) applying at least one closing plug to the side hole (or side holes) of the die formed cup which corresponds/ correspond to the ending part of the core which replaced part of the perimetrical area of the cup in the mould.
||WO||WO/2013/169282 - CYLODEXTRIN COMPLEXATION METHODS FOR FORMULATING PEPTIDE PROTEASOME INHIBITORS||14.11.2013||
||PCT/US2012/055127||ONYX THERAPEUTICS, INC.||LEWIS, Evan|
This disclosure provides methods for formulating compositions comprising one or more peptide proteasome inhibitors and a cyclodextrin, particularly a substituted cyclodextrin. Such methods substantially increase the solubility and stability of these proteasome inhibitors and facilitate both their manufacture and administration. Many peptide proteasome inhibitors have been shown to have low solubility in water.