||WO||WO/2014/134653 - SPRAY NOZZLE AND SPRAY NOZZLE SYSTEM||12.09.2014||
||PCT/AU2013/000590||HAVILAND, Sean||HAVILAND, Sean|
A variable orifice spray valve including a valve body (42) having a spray discharge orifice (42A) formed therein. The spray valve further includes a liquid flow passage into the valve body, a deflector plate (45) in proximity to the spray discharge orifice (42A) onto which liquid discharged from the orifice is directed, a spray height adjuster (44) adjacent the orifice and movable relative to the deflector plate (45) into the liquid flow path from the orifice, and an adjustment mechanism (43) to adjust the position of the spray height adjuster (44) relative to the discharge orifice (42A).
||WO||WO/2014/134654 - SYSTEMS AND METHODS FOR FACILITATING AUTHORISATION OF PAYMENT||12.09.2014||
||PCT/AU2013/001339||COMMONWEALTH BANK OF AUSTRALIA||LALCHANDANI, Nikesh, Anand|
A method of operating a matching server for facilitating authorisation of payment for a transaction between a customer and a merchant at a point of sale is described. The method includes receiving a merchant match request from a merchant bank server, receiving a customer match request from a customer bank server, and performing a matching operation to determine whether the transaction information included in the merchant match request and the transaction information included in the customer match request satisfy a transaction authorisation criteria. If the transaction authorisation criteria is satisfied payment for the transaction is deemed to be authorised, and a merchant bank confirmation confirming authorisation of the payment for the transaction is communicated to one or both of the merchant bank server and the merchant apparatus.
||WO||WO/2014/134657 - A CELL EXPRESSION SYSTEM||12.09.2014||
||PCT/AU2014/000129||SUNYETTE PTY LTD||SUNSTROM, Noelle|
An expression system for expressing a protein comprising: a eukaryotic host cell carrying a dihydrofolate reductase (DHFR) deficiency; and an expression vector, the expression vector encoding the human growth hormone gene; a expression vector, the expression vector comprising: a eukaryotic selectable marker including a minimal SV 40 early promoter driving expression of a sequence encoding dihydrofolate reductase for complementing the DHFR deficiency in the host cell; a prokaryotic selectable marker conveying Ampicillin resistance to a prokaryotic host cell; a prokaryotic Origin of Replication; a plurality of multiple cloning sites (MCS); and at least one protein expression module comprising: a Simian Vacuolating Virus 40 (SV40) early promoter, inclusive of its 72 bp enhancer repeats; and a rabbit β-globin intron sequence being separable from a SV40 p A sequence by a first multiple cloning site, for receiving a coding sequence and expressing a desired protein therefrom.
||WO||WO/2014/134679 - CHANNEL INDUCTOR||12.09.2014||
||PCT/AU2014/000217||BLUESCOPE STEEL LIMITED||SPINK, John Anthony|
A channel inductor of a channel induction furnace, the channel inductor comprising (a) a channel liner and (b) a back-up liner that supports the channel liner such that the integrity of the channel liner is not compromised during heat-up, dry-out, or operation of the channel induction furnace.
||WO||WO/2014/134680 - A METHOD FOR COMMUNICATING REAL TIME CONTENT TO AT LEAST ONE USER ACCORDING TO THEIR LOCATION||12.09.2014||
||PCT/AU2014/000218||ROLLERCOASTER DIGITAL PTY LTD||SNELL, Andrew David|
A computer-implemented method (300) for communicating real time content to at least one user according to their location, the computer-implemented method (300) comprising receiving location data indicative of the location of the at least one user; and selecting, via at least one database connection, location specific content data in accordance with display parameters, including in relation to the location data.
||WO||WO/2014/134659 - POOLS OF LIQUID ELECTRODE TESTER||12.09.2014||
||PCT/AU2014/000153||MONASH UNIVERSITY||LOWERY, Arthur|
A test system (300) comprises an electrode array device (100) comprising a plurality of electrodes (104) mounted on a support (102). Each electrode has an electrical input adapted to receive an electrical stimulus signal. A further component (200) of the system has a housing (202) with an interior volume (203)which is adapted to receive the electrode array device (100) such that the electrode array device is maintained in position with the plurality of electrodes extending into the interior volume. The apparatus comprises a plurality of wells (204) located within the interior volume of the housing, each well having an opening positioned to receive a corresponding one of the plurality of electrodes, and further having an inner surface comprising side walls (206) extending from the opening and a base (208). A conductive element (210) is positioned within each well. The wells are isolated from one another, and a quantity of electrically conductive fluid (302) is disposed within each well. The electrode array device (100) is received within the housing such that each of the plurality of electrodes projects into a corresponding well and an exposed portion of the electrode is immersed in the electrically conductive fluid.
||WO||WO/2014/134672 - NMR SIGNAL EXCITATION AND ACQUISITION METHODS AND SYSTEM||12.09.2014||
||PCT/AU2014/000209||UNIVERSITY OF WESTERN SYDNEY||ZHENG, Gang|
A method for exciting and acquiring solvent-signal-controlled nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) signals of a sample comprising a plurality of spin systems, the sample comprising one or more substances comprising one or more isotopes of interest prepared with at least one solvent, wherein the spin systems are subjected to a static magnetic field BO and irradiated with a sequence of radio-frequency (rf) pulses and subjected to the application of pulsed magnetic field gradients, the method comprising irradiating the sample with a stimulated echo sequence, applying a selective π-pulse pair, and a train of pulsed magnetic field gradients to the sample, which are adapted to excite NMR signals in the one or more substances of interest whilst simultaneously controlling or suppressing particular usually-undesirable NMR signals originating from the solvent or solvent combinations or other substances; and exciting, acquiring, and recording usually-undesirable solvent-signal-controlled NMR signals of the substances of interest.
||WO||WO/2014/134676 - A METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR ASSIGNING AND CUSTOMISING HOSTED NETWORK RESOURCES||12.09.2014||
||PCT/AU2014/000214||STIKTAG PTY LTD||DIMOVSKI, Marjanco|
The invention provides a method of customising a hosted network resource comprising generating a machine readable code that is machine readable for accessing a network resource hosted by a network resource hosting service; providing the code on a code bearing medium; and assigning the network resource to a user responsive to the code being registered with the network resource hosting service, such that once assigned the user is provided with access and/or modification privileges to customise the network resource. The invention further provides a method of providing information relating to a consumer product, a method of providing digital information relating to an item, related systems, and related computer readable media containing computer executable instructions.
||WO||WO/2014/134677 - METHOD FOR DESIGNING A MATERIAL||12.09.2014||
||PCT/AU2014/000215||SHARK MITIGATION SYSTEMS PTY LTD||SMITH, Raymond|
A method of designing a material comprising the steps of defining one or more ocean locations and measuring or calculating reflectance spectra at said locations along one or more predefined viewing angles. From each reflectance spectra, a wavelength range located in or around a maximum region of said reflectance spectra is selected and a material is created by applying colours from each of the wavelength ranges to portions of the material surface.
||WO||WO/2014/134656 - LADDERTUBE FOR UNDERGROUND RAISES||12.09.2014||
||PCT/AU2014/000036||HIRAM (WA) PTY LTD||DURKIN, Steven, Peter|
A laddertube (10) for an underground raise is described having an elongate tube (12) made of a suitably rigid plastics material and adapted to be received in the raise. The tube (12) has a series of steps (14) moulded into an interior side wall thereof so as to form a ladder extending substantially the full length of the tube (12). Part only of the circumference of one end of the tube (12) is formed with an inside offset male edge (30) whereas the remainder of the one end is formed with a non-offset male edge (32). Part only of the circumference of the other end of the tube is formed with an outside offset female edge (34) whereas the remainder of the other end is formed with a non-offset female edge (36). In use, the inside offset male edge (30) can be received within the non-offset female edge (36) on the other end of an adjoining tube of identical design, and the outside offset female edge (34) can be received around the non-offset male edge (32) on the one end of the adjoining tube when the tubes are joined end to end. Amongst other advantages, this ensures that part of an internal wall of adjoining tubes is substantially smooth in the region of the join when the tubes are joined end to end.