||WO||WO/2014/130807 - DYNAMIC SECURE PACKET BLOCK SIZING||28.08.2014||
||PCT/US2014/017681||FASTLY INC.||BERGMAN, Artur|
Disclosed herein are methods, systems, and software for handling secure transport of data between end users and content serving devices. In one example, a method of operating a content server includes identifying a content request from an end user device. The method further includes, responsive to the user request, determining a transmission control protocol window size and a secure layer protocol block size. The method also provides scaling the secure layer protocol block size to match the transmission control protocol window size, and transferring secure layer protocol packets to the end user device using the scaled secure layer protocol block size.
||WO||WO/2014/130620 - ENHANCED THREAD HANDLING IN SECURITY HANDSHAKING||28.08.2014||
||PCT/US2014/017286||FASTLY INC.||BERGMAN, Artur|
Disclosed herein are methods, systems, and software for handling threaded processes in security handshaking between end users and content delivery nodes are presented. In one example, a method of operating a content delivery node includes identifying a secure layer connection request within an application thread, and initiating a new thread for a security handshake process based on the secure layer connection request. The method further includes, in response to completing the security handshake process, returning to the application thread.
||WO||WO/2014/125047 - DRIVE ARRANGEMENT FOR AN ENGINE ANCILLARY SUCH AS A SUPERCHARGER||21.08.2014||
||PCT/EP2014/052859||TOROTRAK (DEVELOPMENT) LTD||SHAWE, James|
A supercharging arrangement for an internal combustion engine is disclosed. The supercharging arrangement comprises a supercharger having a rotational drive input, and a transmission having a rotational drive input to receive drive from an internal combustion engine, and a rotational drive output connected to the input of the supercharger. The transmission includes a variator operatively connected between the input and the output of the transmission, which variator has an output that is driven at an operating ratio from an input. There is a control system that operates to cause an engine to deliver an amount of torque that is indicated by the state of an input to the control system. The control system is further operative to set the operating ratio of the variator.
||WO||WO/2014/120823 - SYSTEMS AND METHODS FOR SELF-SERVICE RECYCLING OF AUTOMOTIVE PARTS||07.08.2014||
||PCT/US2014/013670||ROW52, LLC||MIKELONIS, Jon|
Systems and methods for self-service recycling are provided. In particular, some embodiments include graphical user interfaces and backend systems that allow users to identify the market for used automotive parts. For example, each car in a self-service automotive recycling (SSAR) facility may be tagged with a bar code or QR code which identifies the vehicle. When the user scans the QR code, a determination is made regarding which parts are currently needed for by register members of the system, recent prices for individual parts, and/or a list of vehicles which can use these parts. This information is presented to the user. Using this information, the user can determine if any of the identified parts remain on the vehicle and may purchase the parts from the SSAR facility for resale. The system then assists the user in creating descriptions for postings on the Internet and/or otherwise connecting the user with potential purchasers.
||WO||WO/2014/114022 - FLEXIBLE PLASTIC PACKAGING BOX||31.07.2014||
||PCT/CN2013/072040||NEW HIP LIK PACKAGING PRODUCTS (SHENZHEN) CO., LTD.||YANG, Jingmin|
Disclosed is a flexible plastic packaging box (100), comprising a box cover (20) and a box body (10) with one open end. The box cover (20) comprises a box cover main body (21) and an arc-shaped edge (22) around the periphery of the box cover main body (21). An arc-shaped edge roll (122) is provided around the outer wall of the box body (10) on the rim of the open end of the box body (10). The arc-shaped edge (22) matches the arc-shaped edge roll (122) to make the box cover (20) detachably provided on the box body (10) and seal the open end of the box body (10). The arc-shaped edge (22) of the box cover (20) around the periphery of the box cover main body (21) forms a snap-groove (23) around the periphery of the box cover main body, whereby, by means of the arc-shaped edge roll (122) of the open end of the box body matching the arc-shaped edge (22) and the elasticity of the flexible plastic material per se, the box cover (20) is made to fix relatively reliably on the box body (10) and seal the open end of the box body (10).
||WO||WO/2014/111879 - AUTOMATIC AND PROGRAMMED PROCESS OF GRILLING FOOD IN A TUBULAR MATRIX||24.07.2014||
||PCT/IB2014/058333||CLEVER ACTION -LDA||CARVALHO, Jorge|
The present invention describes both a process and its respective equipment (1) needed to form and grill, in an automatic programmed mode, food pieces in a tubular matrix (10), from simple or combined food, previously crushed or reduced to pieces of a size inferior to 8X8mm, those pieces being simultaneously grilled in both perimeter surfaces, by radiation of two electrical resistances, one in the inner perimeter (4) and the other in the outer perimeter (6), and that after being grilled, are extracted directly to the interior of a bread (15)forming a sandwich or to a plate (12) to be served at the table. Technical Domain/Industrial application: The present innovation fits into the general domain of food catering and the specific domain of processes and equipment to grill food in an automatic programmed mode, thereby having application in the food and catering industry.
||WO||WO/2014/100916 - BEVERAGE BOTTLE HAVING STORED SOLUTE||03.07.2014||
||PCT/CN2012/001745||GUANGDONG HAIXING PLASTIC & RUBBER CO., LTD||SONG, Xubin|
A beverage bottle having stored solute; the tightening part (21) of a bottle cap main body (2) is screwed to the bottle neck (11) of the bottle body; pressing a drinking water suction cylinder (4) pushes a membrane-cutting inner cylinder (3) downwards, and the dual lateral membrane-cutting blades (34, 35) of the membrane-cutting inner cylinder (3) cut a membrane, thus forming a dual lateral membrane-cutting structure; the membrane-cutting inner cylinder (3) is provided with a notch (36) to form a membrane adhesion structure after membrane (5) is cut; the drinking water suction cylinder (4) drives the membrane-cutting inner cylinder (3) to move downwards, causing the inner sleeve (31) of the membrane-cutting inner cylinder (3) to disengage from the upper and lower parts of the sleeve of the bottle cap main body (2); a water outlet (33) on the inner sleeve (31) communicates with the water outlet cylinder part (25) of the bottle cap main body (2) to form a water outlet passage (B); the cap (41) of the drinking water suction cylinder coordinates with the central mandrel of the bottle cap main body (2) to form an open/close control structure for the water outlet passage (B). The structure is simple to control by pressing, saves effort, has a good membrane-cutting effect, and provides quick and complete solute release, and the beverage is ready for direct drinking.
||WO||WO/2014/091231 - FUEL ADDITIVE COMPOSITION||19.06.2014||
||PCT/GB2013/053267||FUEL ADDITIVE SCIENCE TECHNOLOGIES LIMITED||HALL, Robert Leslie|
The present invention relates to fuel additive compositions and additised fuels. In particular, the invention relates to additives for kerosene used in domestic oil-fired boilers. The fuel additive compositions of the invention include a dispersant; a demulsifier; a metal deactivator; and an antioxidant. Together these ingredients bring a range of instantaneous benefits, including enhanced fuel performance, reduced deposits, improved fuel economy/fuel consumption and reduced emissions.
||WO||WO/2014/083337 - ANALYSIS OF BREATHING DATA||05.06.2014||
||PCT/GB2013/053140||PNEUMACARE LIMITED||LASENBY, Joan|
A method of analysing breathing data representing a shape of the trunk of a subject 104 as a function of time to monitor and/or analyse the subject's breathing pattern. The data is measured and processed into a data array relating to a 2-dimensional grid having grid points, a position in space of the shape at each grid point and points of time. The method includes the steps of mapping the data array onto a 2-dimensional array, decomposing the 2-dimensional array and forming a signature of the subject 104 from the decomposed 2-dimensional array representing a motion pattern.
||WO||WO/2014/074629 - STACK-BASED ADAPTIVE LOCALIZATION AND INTERNATIONALIZATION OF APPLICATIONS||15.05.2014||
||PCT/US2013/068793||INTUIT INC.||SALEME, Lance|
The disclosed embodiments provide a system that facilitates use of an application. During operation, the system obtains a language stack containing an ordered set of preferred languages for a user of the application. Next, for each user-interface component from a set of user-interface components in the application, the system obtains content for the user-interface component based on an order of languages in the language stack. The system then includes the content in the user-interface component during use of the application on an electronic device by the user.