|1.||WO||WO/2011/036681 - GAS CYLINDER||31.03.2011||
|PCT/IT2009/000430||FABER INDUSTRIE S.p.A||COLA Gian, Luigi|
A gas cylinder (1) comprising a cylinder body (2) with a tubular wall (5) having at least a first tubular portion (11) that is enlarged, and at least a second tubular portion (12) that is adjacent and narrowed relative to the first tubular portion (11).
|2.||WO||WO/2011/036350 - DEVICE FOR EVALUATING AND/OR REINFORCING GRIPPING STRENGTH||31.03.2011||
|PCT/FR2009/001120||UNIVERSITE DE TECHNOLOGIE DE TROYES||DUCHENE, Jacques|
The present invention relates to a device for evaluating and/or reinforcing gripping strength, including electronic circuits (1) built into a hollow space (2b) and consisting of at least: a functional combination of a pressure-measuring system (1a and 1d) with a wireless communication system (1b); and a power store (1c) for powering the pressure-measuring system and the wireless communication system (1b), the self-contained object (2) having a spherical shape, being made of a flexible airtight material (2a), and having a size suitable for being grasped and compressed by a single hand. Said easy-to-use and constraint-free device can be easily integrated into a long-term, at-home evaluation and monitoring protocol in the absence of a practitioner. Said device should contribute to reducing the healthcare costs associated with the various types of benefits involved.
|3.||WO||WO/2011/027386 - STROKE SIMULATOR AND BRAKE CONTROL DEVICE||10.03.2011||
|PCT/JP2009/004308||TOYOTA JIDOSHA KABUSHIKI KAISHA||TSUJI, Takahiro|
A stroke simulator (24) generates reaction force corresponding to the operation of a brake pedal (12). The stroke simulator (24) is provided with a stroke simulator housing (160), a stroke simulator piston (162) that is slidably provided in the stroke simulator housing (160) and partitions the interior of the stroke simulator housing (160) into a first volume chamber (178) and a second volume chamber (180), a stroke simulator spring (166) that is provided in the second volume chamber (180) and generates reaction force corresponding to the operation of the brake pedal (12) by being elastically deformed with the sliding movement of the stroke simulator piston (162), and a first supply port (164) and a second supply port (165) that are provided in the first volume chamber (178) and the second volume chamber (180), respectively, and are capable of supplying operating oil pressure into the volume chambers when the brake pedal (12) is operated.
|4.||WO||WO/2011/021802 - ELECTRON BEAM GENERATING APPARATUS||24.02.2011||
|PCT/KR2010/005236||POSTECH ACADEMY-INDUSTRY FOUNDATION||PARK, Yong Woon|
The present invention relates to an electron beam generating apparatus capable of reducing the emittance of an electron beam. For this purpose, the electron beam generating apparatus according to the present invention comprises: a housing having a rear surface portion for generating an electron beam, a front surface portion having an electron beam emitting hole for emitting the generated electron beam to the outside, and a side surface portion for interconnecting the rear surface portion and the front surface portion, wherein the side surface portion has a first hole, and the opposite side surface portion facing said side surface with the first hole has a second hole to reduce an electric field imbalance caused by the first hole; and a waveguide arranged at the side surface portion to supply electromagnetic waves into the housing through the first hole. The laser beam applied into the housing generates an electron beam, and the thus-generated electron beam is accelerated by the electromagnetic waves supplied into the housing.
|5.||WO||WO/2011/021103 - METHOD FOR OPTICALLY SCANNING AND MEASURING AN ENVIRONMENT||24.02.2011||
|PCT/IB2010/002258||FARO TECHNOLOGIES, INC.||GITTINGER, Jürgen|
With a method for optically scanning and measuring an environment of a laser scanner (10), which comprises a measuring head (12) with a light emitter (17) and a light receiver (21), a mirror (16), which is rotatable about a first axis (A) relative to the measuring head (12), a base (14), relative to which the measuring head (12) is rotatable about a second axis (B), a control and evaluation unit (22), and a center (Ci0), which, for a scan, defines the stationary reference system of the laser scanner (10) and the center of this scan, wherein the light emitter (17) emits an emission light beam (18), the mirror (16) reflects the emission light beam (18) into the environment and makes several complete revolutions during the rotation of the measuring head (12), the light receiver (21) receives a reception light beam via the mirror (16), which reception light beam is reflected by an object (O) in the environment of the laser scanner (10) or scattered otherwise, and the control and evaluation unit (22) determines, for a multitude of measuring points (X) of the scan, at least the distance (d) of the center (Ci0) to the object (O), the measuring head (12) makes more than half a revolution for the scan, wherein at least some measuring points (X) are doubly determined.
|6.||WO||WO/2011/010225 - METHOD FOR OPTICALLY SCANNING AND MEASURING AN OBJECT||27.01.2011||
|PCT/IB2010/002216||FARO TECHNOLOGIES, INC.||OSSIG, Martin|
In a method for optically scanning and measuring an object (O) by means of a laser scanner (10) by a procedure in which a emission light beam (18) modulated with a target frequency (ω0) is emitted by means of a light emitter (17), a reception light beam (20) reflected or otherwise scattered in some way from an object (O) in the surroundings of the laser scanner (10) is received, with a measuring clock (fM), as a multiplicty of samples by means of a light receiver (21) and in each case at least the distance (d) from the object (O) is determined from the phase angles (Φ) of the multiplicity of samples for a plurality of measuring points (X) by means of a control and evaluation device (22), for determining the distances (d), a phase shift (ΔΦ) caused by a distace difference (Δd) of temporal adjacent samples is corrected in order to correct the distances (d).
|7.||WO||WO/2010/148658 - FILTER||29.12.2010||
|PCT/CN2010/070459||GUANGDONG ZHENHUA ELECTRICAL APPLIANCE CO., LTD||MAI, Zhenqiang|
A filter comprises a cartridge body (1), which has a cartridge cap (2), and a filter element tube (5) disposed within the cartridge body (1). At the lower end of the filter element tube (5), there mounted a tube plug (7). The filter element tube (5) is jacketed by a compressible filter element (8). Dewatering pore(s) is (are) provided on the filter element tube (5) facing the filter element (8). Filter element tube (5), at two ends of the filter element (8), is jacketed by pulling plates (10), on which tie rods (11) are mounted. One end of the said tie rod (11) is fixed to the pulling plate (10) at the lower part of the filter element tube (5) and the other penetrates the pulling plate (10) at the upper part of the filter element tube (5) and extends beyond the cartridge cap (2). The cartridge cap (2) is provided with sewage inlet pipe (13), filtrate outlet pipe (14) and sullage outlet pipe (15). The sewage inlet pipe (13) communicates with the liquid inlet space (9). The cartridge cap (2) is further provided with a steering valve (17), whereby either the filtrate outlet pipe (14) or the sullage outlet pipe (15) communicates with the filter element tube (5). A bactericidal light (18) is installed within the filtrate outlet pipe (14).
|8.||WO||WO/2010/143210 - GAS CYLINDER||16.12.2010||
|PCT/IT2009/000254||FABER INDUSTRIE S.p.A.||COLA, Luigi|
A gas cylinder (l) comprises a cylinder body (2) internally defining a gas storage space (3) which is closable through a closure valve (4), as well as a' threaded tubular neck (10), formed at the cylinder body (2) so as to be able to receive such closure valve (4) in communication with the gas storage space (3). The neck (10) comprises an inner portion (11) internally threaded and projecting inwardly into the gas storage space (3) in the cylinder body (2).
|9.||WO||WO/2010/142112 - EASY-TO-ASSEMBLE MACHINE CABINET FRAMEWORK AND ASSEMBLING METHOD FOR SAME||16.12.2010||
|PCT/CN2009/075398||SHENZHEN YEEFU PRECISION MACHINERY CO., LTD.||LUO, Cunneng|
An easy-to-assemble machine cabinet framework includes an upper framework and a lower framework, each consisting of four corner-connecting elements (5) and four horizontal framework rods (41, 42); four upright post framework rods (3) connecting to the four corners of the upper framework and those of the lower framework; and sixteen prism-shaped connecting rods (6) for assembling and connecting the upright post framework rods to the corner-connecting elements. The corner-connecting elements are provided with symmetric bosses (51) and symmetric counter stage bores (52). The horizontal framework rods and the upright post framework rods are all section steels having a given shape. Square hole cavities (41.2) on both ends of the section steels can be matched and connected with the bosses of the corner-connecting elements. The machine cabinet framework is easy to assemble, has a simple structure, a large bearing capacity and adaptable storing space.
|10.||WO||WO/2010/139157 - AN INTELLIGENT POLAR IDENTIFYING DEVICE||09.12.2010||
|PCT/CN2009/075092||SHANGHAI GUANGWEI ELECTRIC & TOOLS CO., LTD.||FAN, Yeping|
An intelligent polar identifying device includes an electromagnetic module (1) and a control circuit (2). The electromagnetic module (1) includes a magnetic inductor (101), an active contact strip (102) coaxial with the magnetic inductor (101) and a fixed contact strip (103). The control circuit (2) comprises a reverse connection alarm protection module and a straight connection conducting module. The reverse connection alarm protection module includes an alarm module and a protection module in parallel. The protection module includes a second diode (D2) and a photoelectric coupler (U1) in series. The straight connection conduction module includes a conducting part and an indicating module that are electrically connected with the photoelectric coupler (U1). The device utilizes magnetic force for controlling and insures automatically identify the connecting state of the electric apparatus weather clamps is rightly connected to a positive pole and a cathode of the exterior power source and guarantees normal charging, thus protecting the power source and the electric apparatus.