||WO||WO/2014/112030 - X-RAY DIFFRACTION MEASUREMENT APPARATUS||24.07.2014||
||PCT/JP2013/050514||PULSTEC INDUSTRIAL CO., LTD.||MARUYAMA Yoichi|
A controller (CT) irradiates, with laser light, a diffraction-light receiver (28) on which a diffraction ring is recorded by X-rays diffracted by an object to be measured, and measures the diffraction ring. The controller (CT) calculates the laser-light intensity using a radius value of a position irradiated with the laser light, such that the change in the attenuation amount of diffracted X-rays which increases in accordance with an increase in the radius value is corrected, and irradiates the diffraction-light receiver (28) with laser light having the calculated laser-light intensity. Furthermore, the controller (CT) calculates a focus-control value using the radius value, such that the change in the area which receives the diffracted X-rays when the object to be measured is irradiated with the X-rays, and which increases in accordance with an increase in the radius value, is corrected, uses an object lens (30) to control a focus position in accordance with the calculated focus-control value, and controls the diameter of a laser-light spot formed on the diffraction-light receiver (28).
||WO||WO/2014/112084 - IMAGE ACQUISITION DEVICE AND FOCUS METHOD FOR IMAGE ACQUISITION DEVICE||24.07.2014||
||PCT/JP2013/050853||HAMAMATSU PHOTONICS K.K.||OISHI Hideshi|
In an image acquisition device (M), due to an optical path difference generating member (21) being disposed on a second optical path (L2), in a second imaging device (20), an amount of light is suppressed when capturing each of an optical image (front pin) focused in front of an optical image that is incident on a first imaging device (18), and an optical image (rear pin) focused behind the optical image that is incident on the first imaging device (18), and the amount of light can be ensured when captured by the first imaging device (18). Furthermore, in the image acquisition device (M), the position of a first imaging area (22A) and the position of a second imaging area (22B) on an imaging surface (20a) are inverted with regard to an axis (P) with the inversion of the scanning direction of a sample (S). Consequently, the direction in which a focal position shifts can be acquired under the same conditions regardless of the scanning direction of the sample (S).
||WO||WO/2014/112117 - TERMINAL PANEL, ELECTRONIC DEVICE PROVIDED WITH TERMINAL PANEL, METHOD FOR TREATING SURFACE OF ELECTRONIC DEVICE||24.07.2014||
||PCT/JP2013/051063||NEC DISPLAY SOLUTIONS, LTD.||OKAMOTO, Takayuki|
The purpose of the present invention is to provide a terminal panel in which the surface is less likely to suffer damage and in which any damage is less likely to stand out. This terminal panel has at least one terminal into which a connector is inserted from the exterior, and a metal plate to which the terminal is attached, the metal plate having a plurality of recesses (7) formed on the surface.
||WO||WO/2014/112035 - PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLER SYSTEM, PROGRAMMABLE DISPLAY THEREFOR, DISPLAY EDITOR, AND PROGRAM||24.07.2014||
||PCT/JP2013/050540||HAKKO ELECTRONICS CO.,LTD.||FURUYAMA, Yoshifumi|
In the present invention, overlay images that produce specific effects, such as highlights that provide a 3D appearance or resemble reflections on glass, are created and stored in advance, separately from existing widget images for widgets such as graph widgets and switch widgets. A given overlay image is associated in advance with a given widget image, and when that widget image is displayed on a programmable display, the associated overlay image is combined with the widget image in a transparent manner (using alpha blending or the like).
||WO||WO/2014/112076 - VIDEO ENCODING DEVICE||24.07.2014||
||PCT/JP2013/050814||NTT ELECTRONICS CORPORATION||SHINOZAWA, Keisuke|
An encoding unit (10) encodes difference values between a frame to be encoded and a predicted frame. A scene change detection unit (12) detects the presence or absence of scene changes. A luminance block accumulator (13) calculates the difference for each cumulative value of the luminance of corresponding blocks between the current picture and the first previous referable picture, denoting the cumulative value for one picture as X. A luminance accumulator (14) calculates the difference between each of: the difference (Y1) between cumulative values of the luminance between the first previous referable picture and the current picture; the difference (Y2) between cumulative values of the luminance of the second previous referable picture and the current picture; and the difference (Y3) between cumulative values of luminance between the third previous referable picture and the current picture. A flash assessment unit (15) assesses a flash image on the basis of the differences between a scene change detection pattern, X, and Y1 to Y3. A predicted frame calculation unit (9) calculates a predicted frame by referencing the referable picture just before the flash image.
||WO||WO/2014/112103 - CLOTHES HANDLING DEVICE||24.07.2014||
||PCT/JP2013/050947||PUREX CO., LTD.||YANO, Makoto|
[Problem] To reduce the time and personnel required to perform the manual part of untangling bundles of clothes in advance. [Solution] A clothes handling device that untangles a clothes bundle (F) comprising a plurality of clothes that are tangled together, and is characterized by comprising: a clothes picking-up mechanism (16) that grasps some of the clothes upon a clothes handling conveyor (14) and lifts those clothes diagonally upwards, in a hanging state; a pair of upper and lower pressure conveyors (20, 19) having an entrance positioned facing the middle section of the clothes that have been picked up in the hanging state, and having a space therebetween that narrows from the entrance towards an exit; and a clothes pressing mechanism (21) that pushes the middle section of the clothes into the entrance of the pressure conveyors (20, 19).
||WO||WO/2014/112123 - GAS-INSULATED SWITCHGEAR||24.07.2014||
||PCT/JP2013/051080||MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORATION||NAKAUCHI, Shinichiro|
Provided is a gas-insulated switchgear provided with: a grounded metal tank (1) inside which insulation gas is enclosed; a central conductor (2) extending into the tank (1), to which alternating current voltage is applied; an insulating coating film (101) applied to the inner surface of the tank (1); and a coating film (3) applied over the coating film (101) and obtained by applying insulating paint components and paint containing a nonlinear resistance material. By means of this configuration, the action of metal impurities can be suppressed over a wide range, from areas having a low electrical field to areas having a high electrical field.
||WO||WO/2014/112061 - BASE STATION||24.07.2014||
||PCT/JP2013/050747||FUJITSU LIMITED||CHEN, Hongyang|
A first set of multiple antenna ports, and each divided resource block forming a first resource block, are associated, and a second set of multiple antenna ports, and each divided resource block forming a second resource block, are associated, such that two divided resource blocks which are connected are associated with different antenna ports, and these associations are used to allocate one divided resource block to a mobile terminal and to report the antenna port associated with the allocated divided resource block.
||WO||WO/2014/112082 - PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC DEVICE||24.07.2014||
||PCT/JP2013/050851||FUJITSU LIMITED||SUGIYAMA, Iwao|
In the present invention, a programmable logic device has the following: a plurality of programmable logic units (103) for beginning task processing when a task instruction signal is input, and outputting a task completion signal when the task processing completes; a plurality of programmable synchronization control cells (911-913) that, using a look-up table, output the task instruction signal in accordance with the task completion signal; a programmable network (1001) for connecting the plurality of programmable logic units and the plurality of programmable synchronization control units; and a processing core for performing task processing and management. The programmable synchronization control cells receive input, from the programmable network, of at least either the task completion signal or the task instruction signal, and output the task instruction signal to the programmable logic unit via the programmable network.
||WO||WO/2014/112056 - PRESS-MOLDING METHOD||24.07.2014||
||PCT/JP2013/050692||NIPPON STEEL & SUMITOMO METAL CORPORATION||UCHIYAMA, Shigeru|
This method press-molds a final molded article that is provided with a top plate section, a vertical wall section, and a flange section, and that has at least one curved section in the lengthwise direction thereof. The press-molding method has: a first molding step that, when forming the top plate section, the vertical wall section, the curved section, and the flange section, in a plane perpendicular to a high-strength steel plate and containing a horizontal line linking the center of the curve of the curved section and the intersection section of the flange section and the vertical wall section, the flange section is worked in a bending manner at the intersection section until the angle of the flange section with respect to the horizontal line becomes α1; and a second molding step that additionally bends/works the flange section at the intersection section after the first molding step until the angle of the flange section with respect to the horizontal line in the plane becomes α2. The additional bending angle β, which is α1 - α2, is caused to be in a predetermined range, reducing warping and torsion of the final molded article.