|1.||WO||WO/2014/054047 - OLEIC AND MEDIUM CHAIN LENGTH TRIGLYCERIDE BASED, LOW VISCOSITY, HIGH FLASH POINT DIELECTRIC FLUIDS||10.04.2014||
|PCT/IN2012/000689||DOW GLOBAL TECHNOLOGIES LLC.||GUPTE, Kaustubh, S.|
A dielectric fluid comprising in weight percent based on the weight of the composition: A. 30 to 70% C18:l fatty acids; B. 10 to 55% of a mixture of C8 and C10 fatty acids in which the mixture comprises 50 to 70 wt%, based on the weight of the mixture, of C8 fatty acids; C. No more than 13% polyunsaturated fatty acids; and D. No more than 7% of saturated fatty acids of which each contains at least 12 carbon atoms.
|2.||WO||WO/2014/054049 - NON-OLEIC TRIGLYCERIDE BASED, LOW VISCOSITY, HIGH FLASH POINT DIELECTRIC FLUIDS||10.04.2014||
|PCT/IN2012/000692||DOW GLOBAL TECHNOLOGIES LLC||NAIR, Sreejit, A.|
A vegetable-based dielectric fluid comprising in weight percent of triglycerides based on the weight of the fluid: A. Greater than 0 to 100% of at least one of C14: 1 or C16: 1 fatty acids; and at least one of: B. No more than (≤) 10% of C18:1 fatty acids; C. No more than (≤) 12% of one or more polyunsaturated fatty acids; and D. No more than (≤) 7% of one or more saturated fatty acids. The dielectric fluid is a useful transformer oil.
|3.||WO||WO/2014/054050 - SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR PREDETERMINING THE ONSET OF IMPENDING OSCILLATORY INSTABILITIES IN PRACTICAL DEVICES||10.04.2014||
|PCT/IN2013/000197||INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY MADRAS||NAIR VINOD, Vineeth|
A system for early detection of onset of oscillatory instabilities in practical devices is described. The system consists of a measuring device, an instability detection unit and a control unit. The measuring device is configured to generate signals corresponding to the dynamics happening inside the practical device. The instability detection unit is configured to diagnose the stability of the practical device from the signals that are generated by the measuring device. Further, the control unit is configured to control various operating parameters in the practical device based on the information obtained from the instability detection unit.
|4.||WO||WO/2014/054058 - NOVEL COMPOUNDS, THEIR SYNTHESIS AND THEIR USES||10.04.2014||
|PCT/IN2013/000607||SPHAERA PHARMA PVT. LTD.||DUGAR, Sundeep|
The present invention discloses novel chemical compounds obtained by causing a covalent attachment of a modifying agent of the structure provided for formula 1, to a functional group or a heteroatom of a heterocyclic ring system in chemical compound with improved chemical and biological properties; Wherein : Y is DRUG-CO; DRUG -OCO; DRUG-NRCO, and X is selected from. With a provisio that the modification can be done at more than one functional group in the DRUG. Alternatively : Y is DRUG-CR1 R2, and X is COR, CONRR2, COOR. With a provisio that the N of the drug is attached to CR1 R2. With a provisio that the modification can be done at more than one functional group in the DRUG. G can be selected from iodide, chloride, bromide, mesylate, tosylate or tetra flouroborate or any other pharmaceutically acceptable anion. G can be either one or more counter ions to balance the charge. R, R1 and R2 are independently H, C1-C8 straight or branched chain alkyl - optionally containing 1 -3 heteroatoms selected from O, N, S, SO, or SO2; 3-7 membered cycloalkyl optionally containing 1 -3 heteroatoms selected from O, N, S, SO, or SO2 and or lower alkyl, straight or branched alkyl, alkoxy; alkaryl, aryl, heteroaryl, or alkheteroaryl; or is independently is independently part of 3-7 membered ring optionally containing additional 1 -2 heteroatoms selected from, O, N, S, SO, SO2 and also be optionally substituted with alkoxy, F or CI. The present invention also discloses a method for obtaining these compounds.
|5.||WO||WO/2014/054056 - SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR MAXIMIZING DISPLAYING OF TRAJECTORY ELEMENTS IN AN EDIT AREA OF A NAVIGATIONAL DISPLAY OF A COCKPIT DISPLAY SYSTEM||10.04.2014||
|PCT/IN2013/000605||AIRBUS ENGINEERING CENTRE INDIA||JAIN, Mayank|
A system and method for maximizing displaying of trajectory elements in an edit area of a navigational display are disclosed. In one embodiment, navigational display parameters are obtained from a cockpit display system. Further, flight plan information is obtained from a flight management system (FMS). Furthermore, a portion of the flight plan information which lies within the edit area of the navigation display is dynamically determined using the navigational display parameters. In addition, a display buffer is dynamically populated with only the determined portion of the flight plan information. Moreover, any needed data that is in the determined portion of the flight plan information is dynamically refreshed in the display buffer. Also, the flight plan information is dynamically displayed on the edit area of the navigation display using the refreshed and populated flight plan information and the needed data.
|6.||WO||WO/2014/054053 - SPIROCYCLIC COMPOUNDS, COMPOSITIONS AND MEDICINAL APPLICATIONS THEREOF||10.04.2014||
|PCT/IN2013/000600||ADVINUS THERAPEUTICS LIMITED||KOUL, Summon|
The present disclosure relates to a series of spirocyclic compounds of formula (I), their stereoisomers, tautomers, prodrugs, pharmaceutically acceptable salts, polymorphs, solvates, hydrates, N-Oxides, Co crystals and formulations thereof. The disclosure also relates to process of preparation of these spirocyclic compounds. Formula (I). These compounds are useful in the treatment, prevention, prophylaxis, management, or adjunct treatment of all medical conditions related to inhibition of acyl CoA diacyl glycerol acyltransferase 1 (DGAT1).
|7.||WO||WO/2014/054057 - SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR ONLINE TRANSACTIONS WITH PACKAGING||10.04.2014||
||PCT/IN2013/000606||TRAVELSURF PRIVATE LIMITED||BURNEY, Jamsheed Hasan|
An enhanced offer and counteroffer system and method for negotiating online transactions. The system and method enable the offers and counteroffers to be based on both price and options associated with the product being purchased.
|8.||WO||WO/2014/054051 - HEALTH MONITORING SYSTEM FOR A PROCESS PLANT AND A METHOD THEREOF||10.04.2014||
|PCT/IN2013/000595||FORBES MARSHALL PVT. LTD.||SAINDANE, Milind|
A health monitoring system (100) for a process plant (109) wherein the system (100) comprises a plurality of sensors (107, 108, 110, 111, 112, 113, 114) installed on the associated equipment (103) of the process plant (109), a processor (102) connected to the sensors (107, 108, 110, 111, 112, 113, 114) and a central computer (101) connected to the processor (102) to continuously monitor and diagnose the health of the process plant (109) and its associated equipment (103). The sensors (107, 108, 110, 111, 112, 113, 114) sense different parameters indicative of the health of the associated equipment (103) and generate corresponding signals. The processor (102) generates data corresponding to the signals which is used by the central computer (101) to continuously monitor and diagnose the health of the plant (109). The central computer (101) implements a plurality of modules to perform diagnosis of the equipment of the process plant (109), define severity of the alerts, arrive at alerts, schedule maintenance activities, evaluate the health of the associated equipment (103) and calculate the overall health of the process plant (109).
|9.||WO||WO/2014/054055 - A POLYMER COMPOSITION AND A PROCESS FOR PREPARING THE SAME||10.04.2014||
||PCT/IN2013/000604||RELIANCE INDUSTRIES LIMITED||MATHUR AJIT BEHARI|
The present disclosure relates to a polymer composition having homogenous dispersion of a first polymer with a second polymer. The first polymer used in the present disclosure includes but is not limited to ethylene based homopolymer and ethylene based copolymer. The second polymer used in the polymer composition of the present disclosure has molecular weight higher than the molecular weight of the first polymer and heat of fusion greater than 200 J/g.
|10.||WO||WO/2014/054054 - INTEGRATED ROTARY JOINT||10.04.2014||
||PCT/IN2013/000601||FORBES MARSHALL PRIVATE LIMITED||KUVALEKAR, Datta|
An integrated rotary joint configured to be positioned between a fluid inlet, a condensate outlet and a rotary drum of a surface type heat exchanger. The integrated rotary joint includes a housing having a radial bore that defines a fluid flow chamber therein, at least one bearing disposed between the housing and a rotary shaft, wherein the at least one bearing acts as a sealing element, a stationary siphon extending from an inner surface of the rotary drum to the condensate outlet by way of the at least one bearing element and the fluid flow chamber, at least one pressure sensor for measuring a differential pressure, at least one flow measurement mechanism disposed at the fluid inlet, and at least one wear detection means, in contact with the at least one annular sealing element, for detecting a seal wear rate thereof.