||WO||WO/2010/131480 - RECORDING MATERIAL SUPPLY SYSTEM, CIRCUIT BOARD, STRUCTURE, AND INK CARTRIDGE FOR RECORDING MATERIAL CONSUMPTION DEVICE||18.11.2010||
||PCT/JP2010/003271||SEIKO EPSON CORPORATION||ISHIZAWA, Taku|
A plurality of terminals are provided on a circuit board of an ink cartridge, and a plurality of lines are formed by contact portions of the plurality of terminals. In a first line among the plurality of lines, contact portions of two terminals for detecting attachment are arranged, and a contact portion of a power supply terminal is arranged therebetween. The first line may be located at a leading side when the ink cartridge is moved in a predetermined direction and is mounted on a printing device, or the first line may be the line closest to an opening of an ink supply port, or the first line may be the line closest to an ink supply needle.
||WO||WO/2010/127470 - PAEONIFLORIN PREPARATIONS AND USES THEREOF FOR FAT REDUCTION||11.11.2010||
||PCT/CN2009/000569||PROFOUND ASIA TECHNOLOGY LTD.||RABIE, Bakr|
Disclosed are methods and preparation useful for reducing fat at a targeted area(s) on a human. The preparation comprises paeoniflorin as an active ingredient. The method may be accompanied by the application of the paeoniflorin preparation to an area of the body in which fat reduction is desired. The method and the preparation are effective for reducing targeted fat deposits at various anatomical sites of the body, such as the midsection("love handles"), jowls, hips, arms, thighs and buttocks area.
||WO||WO/2010/112990 - WATER PURIFICATION DEVICE AND METHOD||07.10.2010||
||PCT/IB2010/000337||MILLAR, Frederick William||MILLAR, Frederick William|
A water purification system for saltwater or otherwise polluted water. The system employs one or a plurality of tower like structures formed of a plurality of engaged modular individual boilers. Increased energy efficiency is obtained using rising heat from lower situated boilers in a communication with above situated modular boilers, through a channel surrounding the exterior of the stacked modular boilers. Incoming water is thereby subjected to a super heating process to render it potable and collected on exiting the top of the stacked modular boilers.
||WO||WO/2010/112587 - APPARATUS, METHOD AND COMPUTER PROGRAM FOR GENERATING A REPRESENTATION OF A BANDWIDTH-EXTENDED SIGNAL ON THE BASIS OF AN INPUT SIGNAL REPRESENTATION USING A COMBINATION OF A HARMONIC BANDWIDTH-EXTENSION AND A NON-HARMONIC BANDWIDTH-EXTENSION||07.10.2010||
||PCT/EP2010/054422||FRAUNHOFER-GESELLSCHAFT ZUR FÖRDERUNG DER ANGEWANDTEN FORSCHUNG E.V.||NAGEL, Frederik|
An apparatus for generating a representation of a bandwidth-extended signal on the basis of an input signal representation comprises a phase vocoder configured to obtain values of a spectral domain representation of a first patch of the bandwidth-extended signal on the basis of the input signal representation. The apparatus also comprises a value copier configured to copy a set of values of the spectral domain representation of the first patch, which values are provided by the phase vocoder, to obtain a set of values of a spectral domain representation of a second patch, wherein the second patch is associated with higher frequencies than the first patch. The apparatus is configured to obtain the representation of the bandwidth-extended signal using the values of the spectral domain representation of the first patch and the values of the spectral domain representation of the second patch.
||WO||WO/2010/074792 - FUSION NEUTRON SOURCE FOR BREEDING APPLICATIONS||01.07.2010||
||PCT/US2009/059763||BOARD OF REGENTS, THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS SYSTEM||KOTSCHENREUTHER, Michael, T.|
Disclosed are reactors, methods, and devices for improved nuclear fusion reactors that provide neutrons with a sufficient power density to efficiently breed fissile nuclear material, which can then optionally be used as an energy source. The reactors can also be used in improved nuclear fuel cycles wherein an adequate supply of fissile nuclear material is provided to nuclear power plants. This abstract is intended for use as a scanning tool only and is not intended to be limiting.
||WO||WO/2010/053604 - WEAKLY OXIDIZING AMMONIUM NITRATE COMPOSITE MATERIALS AND METHODS FOR PREPARING SUCH COMPOSITIONS||14.05.2010||
||PCT/US2009/049993||HONEYWELL INTERNATIONAL INC.||LEVY, Alan, B.|
A method forms a relatively stable ammonium nitrate composite material. The method includes (a) blending ammonium nitrate with an average particle diameter greater than about 1 mm and a substantially non-oxidizing compound in fine particle form; and (b) reducing the average size of said ammonium nitrate granules in the presence of the non-oxidizing compound in fine particle form to produce a substantially homogeneous blend of ammonium nitrate and the non-oxidizing compound having an average particle diameter of about 1 to about 1,000 m to form a substantially non-explosive powder.
||WO||WO/2010/048578 - SHOP-ASSEMBLED SOLAR RECEIVER HEAT EXCHANGER||29.04.2010||
||PCT/US2009/061948||BABCOCK & WILCOX POWER GENERATION GROUP, INC.||IANNACCHIONE, Steven, P.|
A shop-assembled solar receiver heat exchanger having an arrangement of heat transfer surfaces and a vertical steam/water separator structurally and fluidically interconnected thereto. A vertical support structure is provided to support the vertical separator and the heat transfer surfaces. The vertical support structure is bottom supported, while the vertical steam/water separator and heat exchanger heat transfer surfaces are top supported from the vertical support structure. The vertical support structure provides structural support and rigidity for the heat exchanger and a means by which the heat exchanger can be picked up and lifted for placement at a desired location. A fabrication/transport/lifting fixture is provided which facilitates fabrication, assembly, transportation and erection of the heat exchanger from the shop to the field. The fixture supports two trunnion shafts attached to the support structure of the receiver Lifting lugs would be located on the top end of the support structure.
||WO||WO/2010/043239 - GAS EVOLVING OIL VISCOSITY DIMINISHING COMPOSITIONS FOR STIMULATING THE PRODUCTIVE LAYER OF AN OIL RESERVOIR||22.04.2010||
||PCT/EP2008/008725||TCTM LIMITED||ALEXANDROV, Eugeny Nikolaevich|
The invention is directed to a chemical system of gas evolving oil viscosity diminishing compositions (GEOVDC) for stimulating the productive layer of an oil reservoir, that is to chemical compositions for a thermochemical treatment of an oil reservoir, more specifically for initiating a chemical reaction in the productive layer zone of the oil reservoir to produce heat and evolve gases so that the extraction of oil (petroleum) is improved. The invention is further directed to a method of thermochemically treating an oil reservoir by means of this chemical system, and to an apparatus for performing thermochemical treatment of an oil reservoir.
||WO||WO/2010/040378 - SERVICE PROVIDER ACCESS||15.04.2010||
||PCT/EP2008/063333||NOKIA SIEMENS NETWORKS OY||LIU, Jin|
A method and apparatus for enabling a user to access a service provider is described. The user sends a request from a browser to a proxy server. The proxy server modifies the request by adding data (such as a URL) relating to a location of an identity provider able to provide user credentials for the user and forwards the modified request to the service provider. The modification of the access request may occur before the request is sent to the service provider or in response to an authentication request from the service provider. The data relating to the location of the identity provider may be provided as a header (e.g. an http header).
||WO||WO/2010/040492 - HIGH FLOWABLE HETEROPHASIC POLYPROPYLENE||15.04.2010||
||PCT/EP2009/007113||BOREALIS AG||DOSHEV, Petar|
Heterophasic polypropylene resin having an MFR (2.16 kg, 230°C) of more than 40 g/10 min, determined according to ISO 1133 comprising a propylene homo- or copolymer matrix (A) and an ethylene-propylene rubber phase (B) dispersed within the matrix, wherein the heterophasic polypropylene resin has a fraction insoluble in p-xylene at 25°C (XCU) with an intrinsic viscosity of 1.2 dl/g or less, determined according to DIN EN ISO 1628-1 and -3, the fraction insoluble in p-xylene at 25°C (XCU) being composed of propylene monomer units in an amount of at least 95 wt.-%, and a fraction soluble in p-xylene at 25°C (XCS), having an intrinsic viscosity of 2.0 to 3.5 dl/g, determined according to DIN EN ISO 1628-1 and -3 and being composed of propylene monomer units in an amount of 50 wt. -% or more, and having a glass transition temperature Tg as measured by DSC according to ISO 6721-7 at a compression moulded sample consisting of the XCS fraction in the range of - 42 to - 30°C.