||WO||WO/2014/065460 - PET NON-WOVEN FABRIC FOR SEPARATION MEMBRANE OF SECONDARY BATTERIES AND SEPARATION MEMBRANE FOR SECONDARY BATTERIES COMPRISING SAME||01.05.2014||
||PCT/KR2012/009429||TOPTEC HNS CO., LTD.||LEE, Hyang Doo|
The present invention relates to technique associated with a PET non-woven fabric for a separation membrane of secondary batteries, and a separation membrane for secondary batteries comprising same. The present invention provides a PET non-woven fabric for a separation membrane of secondary batteries, comprising a first fiber consisting of polyethylene terephthalate (PET) having the a melting point of 240°C or more and a second fiber consisting of polyethylene terephthalate (PET) having the a melting point ranging from 180 to 220°C, wherein each of the fibers is prepared by mixing two types of fibers having different diameters from one another from each other. According to the present invention, the PET non-woven fabric has a fine pore size, homogeneous distribution, an outstanding surface propertyproperties, less fewer surface defects, high mechanical strength, and an excellent productivity. Further, the present invention has heat resistance such that thermal runaway is prevented and melting and contracting are do not occurred even in the case wherewhen the temperature of a battery increases to 200°C or more.
||WO||WO/2014/024326 - UNDERWEAR-TYPE WORN ARTICLE||13.02.2014||
||PCT/JP2012/076171||UNICHARM CORPORATION||ICHIKAWA, Makoto|
Provided is an underwear-type worn article of which at least the central portion of a crotch region has a desired flexibility and of which the front waist region side of the crotch region has a desired tensile strength. The front and back waist regions (11, 12) and the portion that is at least at the front waist region (11) side of the crotch region (13) are a multilayer region (44) that results from laminating a base sheet (25) and a front waist sheet (26), and the central portion (13C) of the crotch region (13) is a single-layer region (43) consisting of the base sheet (25). The multi-layer region (44) has: a boundary (40); an inner edge (11d) of the front waist region (11); a joining region (60) at which a liquid-absorbing structure (15) and a chassis (14) are joined; and corners (73) encircled by the concave curved side edges (19c) of the crotch region (13). The boundary (40) between the multi-layer region (44) and the single-layer region (43) traverses the joining region (60).
||WO||WO/2014/013234 - SELF-ADHESIVE LAVATORY TREATMENT COMPOSITIONS||23.01.2014||
||PCT/GB2013/051882||RECKITT BENCKISER LLC||BURT, Diane Joyce|
Self-adhesive lavatory treatment compositions comprise an adhesion promoter based on a fatty alcohol polyglycol ether as may be represented by the following structural formula (I): (Formula (I)) within which, R is an C12-C24 aliphatic mono- or poly- alkene moiety, and n has a value of from 1 to 50, an organic solvent constituent, a surfactant, and water.
||WO||WO/2014/006774 - CORD PROVIDED WITH A TUBULAR CORD BODY||09.01.2014||
||PCT/JP2012/078395||TWINS CORPORATION||OSADA, Masakazu|
A conventional cord having bulges is provided with an elastic rubber core and exhibits a difference in elongation or contraction between the rubber part corresponding to the end of each bulge and the rubber part corresponding to the center thereof. Namely, a part which undergoes severe elongation and contraction and a part which does not undergo elongation or contraction coexist in the elastic core. Therefore, a high strain is accumulated in the boundary region between both parts, so that the core results in rupture when the strain reaches a limit. Such a conventional cord is disadvantageous in that a relatively weak material such as rubber is unavoidably subjected to operation causative of strain accumulation. The present invention is a cord provided with a tubular cord body that is made of a stretchable material and that has bulges which are repeatedly arranged with spaces thereamong and the diameters of which change in dependence on the axial tension applied to the cord body.
||WO||WO/2013/188006 - METHODS FOR PRODUCING LINEAR ALKYLBENZENES FROM BIO-RENEWABLE FEEDSTOCKS||19.12.2013||
||PCT/US2013/037687||UOP LLC||WANG, Haiyan|
A method for producing a linear alkylbenzene product from a bio-renewable feedstock having a mixture of naturally-derived hydrocarbons includes separating the mixture of naturally-derived hydrocarbons into a naphtha portion and a distillate portion, reforming the naphtha portion, and using a high purity aromatics recovery process on the reformed naphtha portion to produce benzene. The method further includes separating a normal paraffins portion from the distillate portion and dehydrogenating the normal paraffins portion to produce mono-olefins. Still further, the method includes reacting the benzene and the mono-olefins to produce the linear alkylbenzene product.
||WO||WO/2013/150363 - SELECTIVE EXTRACTION OF POTASSIUM CHLORIDE EMPLOYING TARTARIC ACID AS SAFE, BENIGN AND RECYCLABLE EXTRACTANT||10.10.2013||
||PCT/IB2013/000582||COUNCIL OF SCIENTIFIC & INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH||MAITI, Pratyush|
Although U S patent 8,182,784 teaches the recovery of potassium chloride from schoenite end liquor (SEL) using dipicrylamine as extractant, and consequently simplifies the recovery of sulphate of potash (SOP) from kainite mixed salt employing the scheme disclosed in U S patent 7,041,268, the hazards associated with this extractant have thwarted practical utilization of the invention. Many other extractants for potash recovery have been disclosed in the prior art but none has been found suitable so far for practical exploitation. It is disclosed herein that the bitartrate ion, and particularly L-bitartrate, precipitates out potassium bitartrate very efficiently from SEL with ca. 90% utilization of the extractant. In contrast, recovery of potassium bi-tartrate from sea bittern directly is relatively much lower. It is further disclosed that this precipitate can be treated with magnesium hydroxide and magnesium chloride to throw out magnesium tartrate with ca. 90% recovery while yielding a nearly saturated solution of potassium chloride which can be utilized for the reaction with schoenite to obtain SOP. It is further demonstrated that the magnesium tartrate can be treated with an appropriate amount of aqueous HCl and added into a subsequent batch of SEL to throw out potassium bitartrate once again which demonstrates the recyclability of the extractant. The overall loss of tartrate over a cycle was ca. 20% but the dissolved tartrate remaining in the K-depleted SEL and KCl solutions can be precipitated out as calcium tartrate from which tartaric acid can be recovered by known methods, curtailing thereby the loss of tartaric acid per kg of KCl to <5 g. It is also demonstrated that through a similar approach, seaweed sap containing ca. 4% KCl can be concentrated to 20-22% KCl, with excellent utilization efficiency of tartaric acid, and this solution can similarly be utilized for SOP preparation. Potassium salts bearing other anions such as sulphate, nitrate, phosphate and carbonate can also be prepared from the isolated potassium bitartrate.
||WO||WO/2013/149537 - ROLE CLEARING METHOD, DEVICE AND SYSTEM FOR EMULATOR GAME||10.10.2013||
||PCT/CN2013/072455||TENCENT TECHNOLOGY (SHENZHEN) COMPANY LIMITED||WANG, Xuxin|
Proposed are a role clearing method, device and system for an emulator game. The method comprises: when it is judged that an emulator game has a role to be cleared, storing current operation information about the game, and invoking a role clearing function to clear the role to be cleared; and loading the stored current operation information about the game, so as to continue operating the emulator game. The embodiments of the present invention achieve the goal of controlling a game execution flow using data for modifying a game program, such as stack data, a program pointer, etc. by storing the current operation information about the game and invoking the role clearing function, and especially, ensure that a game player can quit at any time, and the remaining players can continue playing the game without being affected.
||WO||WO/2013/142894 - SHELL FOR EXPLOSIVE||03.10.2013||
||PCT/AU2013/000275||ORICA INTERNATIONAL PTE LTD||BEIKOFF, Bradley Kevin|
A booster shell, comprising: an elongate body defining a chamber for an explosive composition, the body comprising an upper end and a lower end; an inlet at the upper end of the elongate body adapted to allow an explosive composition to be delivered into the chamber; a detonator receiving passage adapted to receive a detonator, the detonator receiving passage: (a) extending within the chamber from the upper end of the elongate body to the lower end of the elongate body; (b) being integrally formed with the elongate body; and (c) including a detonator stop at or near to the lower end of the elongate body; and a detonator lead guide adapted to receive the lead of a detonator, the detonator lead guide: (a) extending from the upper end of the elongate body to the lower end of the elongate body and (b) being integrally formed with the elongate body.
||WO||WO/2013/139203 - INTERACTION METHOD, USER TERMINAL, SERVER, SYSTEM, AND COMPUTER STORAGE MEDIUM||26.09.2013||
||PCT/CN2013/072154||TENCENT TECHNOLOGY (SHENZHEN) COMPANY LIMITED||TAO, Yucao|
The present invention relates to the computer field. Disclosed are a geographic location-based interaction method, a user terminal, a server, a system, and a computer storage medium. The method comprises: sending acquired geographic coordinates of a current location of a user to a location server; receiving and displaying a POI list returned by the location server, wherein the POI list comprises at least one POI corresponding to the geographic coordinates; acquiring a group establishment instruction, and sending a group establishment request to a logical server according to the group establishment instruction; interacting with the logical server, based on a group established by the logical server, and providing an intra-group interaction service to the user, wherein the group is established by the logical server according to a POI carried in the group establishment request. In the present invention, the group is established according to the POI corresponding to the geographic coordinates, and the interaction service is provided to the user based on the group, thereby extending the manner and the range of interaction of a geographic location-based service and better sharing information between users.
||WO||WO/2013/129664 - ELECTROLYTIC COPPER FOIL, AND NEGATIVE ELECTRODE COLLECTOR FOR SECONDARY BATTERY||06.09.2013||
||PCT/JP2013/055734||JX NIPPON MINING & METALS CORPORATION||KOHIKI,Michiya|
Provided is an electrolytic copper foil exhibiting a high normal tensile strength, and a small tensile strength-reduction after a thermal history. The electrolytic copper foil has a normal tensile strength in the range of 500-750MPa, and a tensile strength after heating for 1 hour at 400˚C of at least 350MPa.