||WO||WO/2013/145468 - REVERSIBLE FUEL CELL AND REVERSIBLE FUEL CELL SYSTEM||03.10.2013||
||PCT/JP2012/082849||THE UNIVERSITY OF TOKYO||TSUTSUMI, Atsushi|
A reversible fuel cell comprises: a positive electrode including manganese dioxide; a negative electrode including a hydrogen-occluding material; a separator interposed between said positive electrode and said negative electrode; an oxygen storage chamber and a hydrogen storage chamber that respectively independently store hydrogen generated by said positive electrode and oxygen generated by said negative electrode; and an electrolyte. Said negative electrode and said positive electrode are electrodes for power generation and are electrodes that electrolyse said electrolyte using current supplied from outside. Also, said oxygen storage chamber is filled with said electrolyte in which oxygen is dissolved. This fuel cell is capable of converting to gas electrical energy supplied in the event of overcharging and is capable of re-converting this to electrical energy for utilisation. A reversible fuel cell and fuel cell system are therefore provided having an excellent energy utilisation efficiency, energy density and load tracking capability.
||WO||WO/2013/140771 - V-BELT FOR TRANSMITTING HIGH LOAD||26.09.2013||
||PCT/JP2013/001771||BANDO CHEMICAL INDUSTRIES, LTD.||DOI, Ikuhito|
In a belt (C) for transmitting high load, a ratio (B/A) in the thickness direction of the belt (C) is no less than 4.0, where (A) is the dimension from the center of core wire embedment positions in a tension band (10) to a lower end of an upper pulley contact surface (22) at the side surfaces of corresponding blocks (20), and (B) is the dimension from the center of the core wire embedment positions to an upper end of the upper pulley contact surface (22). A dimension (G) from the center of the core wire embedment positions to the center of the upper pulley contact surface (22) is no more than 2.3 mm.
||WO||WO/2013/133270 - STEEL SHEET FOR HOT STAMPING, METHOD FOR PRODUCING SAME, AND HOT-STAMPED STEEL MATERIAL||12.09.2013||
||PCT/JP2013/055992||NIPPON STEEL & SUMITOMO METAL CORPORATION||TANAHASHI Hiroyuki|
This hot-stamped steel material comprises a chemical composition including, in mass%, 0.18-0.26% of C, more than 0.02% to 0.05% or less of Si, 1.0-1.5% of Mn, 0.03% or less of P, 0.02% or less of S, 0.001-0.5% of Al, 0.1% or less of N, 0.001-0.02% of O, 0-2.0% of Cr, 0-1.0% of Mo, 0-0.5% of V, 0-0.5% of W, 0-5.0% of Ni, 0-0.01% of B, 0-0.5% of Ti, 0-0.5% of Nb, 0-1.0% of Cu, and Fe and impurities as the remainder, and is characterized in that: the concentration of Mn-containing inclusions is 0.010 mass% or more to less than 0.25 mass%; and the percentage, by number, of Mn oxides in said inclusions with a maximum length of 1.0-4.0 µm is 10.0% or more. This hot-stamped steel material ensures excellent resistance to hydrogen embrittlement even in cases where the steel material after having been hot-stamped is subjected to processing in which stress remains, such as perforation, and the steel material can also be worked easily.
||WO||WO/2013/132719 - IMPACT ABSORBING STEERING DEVICE||12.09.2013||
||PCT/JP2012/082535||NSK LTD.||YAMAMOTO, Kou|
The present invention pertains to a structure for supporting portions in two sites in the axial direction of a cable (38) of an electrical component, the portions between supported between an energy-absorbing member (35) near an inner column (9a) and a cable supporting bracket (52) near an outer column (10a), the cable (38) being capable of minimizing resistance against frontward displacement a steering wheel accompanying a secondary impact. The energy-absorbing member (35) has a supporting plate part (46) in which a portion thereof is displaced downward during a secondary impact. A portion of a medial part between the portions in two sites in the axial direction of the cable (38) is supported by the supporting plate part (46). The medial part of the cable (38) bends under downward displacement accompanying deformation of the supporting plate part (46) during a secondary impact. Consequently, axial stiffening of the cable (38) is suppressed during a secondary impact.
||WO||WO/2013/133785 - INTEGRATED OCCUPANCY AND AMBIENT LIGHT SENSORS||12.09.2013||
||PCT/US2012/027660||EMPIRE TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT LLC||VAN DER WERFF, Matthew|
Technologies are generally described herein for controlling and using integrated occupancy and ambient light sensors. In some examples, a lighting device includes an illumination source, a light sensor, and a transceiver. A determination can be made to determine if the illumination source is operating in an on mode of operation or an off mode of operation. In response to determining that the illumination source is operating in the off mode of operation, an instruction can be received at the lighting device to pulse operation of the illumination source to emit a light pulse. The lighting device can also be configured to receive an instruction to compressively sense, using the light sensor, a light level associated with an area illuminated by the light pulse. The lighting device can output data indicating the light level compressively sensed by the light sensor.
||WO||WO/2013/131402 - DEVICE AND METHOD FOR RAY SCANNING AND IMAGING||12.09.2013||
||PCT/CN2012/088079||NUCTECH COMPANY LIMITED||CHEN, Zhiqiang|
A device and method for ray scanning and imaging, the device comprising a plurality of ray generators (21, 31) and a ray detection device (32); the plurality of ray generators (21, 31) are uniformly distributed along a circular arc, and sequentially or simultaneously emit ray beams at an object to be checked within a scanning period; and the ray detection device (32) may be a multi-section type semi-enclosed structure consisting of a plurality of ray detector linear arrays, or a circular arc-shaped structure provided thereon with a plurality of ray detection units uniformly distributed along the circular arc. During the whole checking process, the device can quickly acquire complete ray projection values without rotation, thus effectively reducing the checking time.
||WO||WO/2013/129421 - SADDLE-TYPE VEHICLE||06.09.2013||
||PCT/JP2013/055010||HONDA MOTOR CO., LTD.||WATANABE Tsuguo|
This saddle-type vehicle contains: a front fork (7) for supporting a front wheel (6) in a rotatable manner; a steering shaft (9) connected to the front fork (7) and supported by a vehicle frame (11) in a steerable manner; a handle holder (40) which has a bottom holder (41L) and a top holder (42L) coming into contact with the bottom holder (41L) from the top and fastened to the bottom holder (41L), and which is disposed above the steering shaft (9); a portable terminal holder (55) fastened to the top holder (42L) or the bottom holder (41L) and capable of holding a portable information terminal (P); and a steering system (S) in which a handle pipe (10) sandwiched between the bottom holder (41L) and the top holder (42L) is secured to the handle holder (40).
||WO||WO/2013/129277 - TRANSMITTER, TRANSMISSION METHOD THEREOF, RECEIVER FOR RECEIVING WIRELESS SIGNALS FROM TRANSMITTER, AND WIRELESS COMMUNICATION SYSTEM PROVIDED THEREWITH||06.09.2013||
||PCT/JP2013/054647||ADVANCED TELECOMMUNICATIONS RESEARCH INSTITUTE INTERNATIONAL||KONDO Yoshihisa|
A transmitter has an installed table (TBL1) that assigns 560 μs and 600 μs frame lengths to the code '0' in binary numbers and assigns 600 μs and 560 μs frame lengths to the code '1' in binary numbers. The transmitter references the table (TBL1), assigns the two frame lengths of 560 μs and 600 μs, and 600 μs and 560 μs, respectively, to each code '0' and '1' in the code sequences [0,0], [0,1], [1,0], and [1,1] in the transmitted information '0' to '3' represented as binary numbers, and sequentially transmits four wireless signals having the four assigned frame lengths.
||WO||WO/2013/125011 - CURRENT SENSOR AND POWER CONVERTER||29.08.2013||
||PCT/JP2012/054426||TOYOTA JIDOSHA KABUSHIKI KAISHA||SEO Yusuke|
Provided is a current measuring technology wherein influence of switching noise is suppressed.
A technology disclosed by the present description is a current sensor which measures an output current of a switching circuit. The current sensor is provided with a magnetic optical element disposed at a current measuring point, a light source for radiating light to the magnetic optical element, and a light receiver that receives light passed through or reflected by the magnetic optical element. The light source radiates light in synchronization with carrier signals of the switching circuit. The light source radiates the light in synchronization with the carrier signals, and measures the current using the light. Since the light is synchronized with the carrier signals, the current can be measured at timing other than switching timing due to PWM signals generated on the basis of the carrier signals.
||WO||WO/2013/120257 - METHOD FOR SYNTHESIZING LAEVO-P-HYDROXYPHENYLGLYCINE COMPOUND||22.08.2013||
||PCT/CN2012/071159||HENAN NEWLAND PHARMACEUTICAL CO., LTD||XIE, Jianzhong|
Provided is a method for synthesizing a laevo-p-hydroxyphenylglycine compound, comprising: (1) subjecting an amine compound with a glyoxylic acid ester compound to a nucleophilic addition reaction; subjecting the product obtained in step (1) with a phenolic compound to a reaction in a manner similar to a Friedel-Crafts reaction in the presence of a chiral acid or a non-chiral acid, so as to generate the laevo-p-hydroxyphenylglycine compound. The method has advantages such as the final product having a high ee value, little pollution, and no need for treatments for resolution and racemisation.