||WO||WO/2014/175721 - A SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR PRIVACY MANAGEMENT FOR INTERNET OF THINGS SERVICES||30.10.2014||
||PCT/MY2014/000034||MIMOS BERHAD||AB MANAN, Jamalil-lail|
||WO||WO/2014/175722 - A PALM-BASED ANIMAL FEED||30.10.2014||
||PCT/MY2014/000056||YOUJI ORGANITECH SDN BHD||LEE, Khai Sheang|
The present invention relates to an animal feed composition comprising ground fibres derived from delignified core of oil palm trunk, which is mixed with a plant-based proteinaceous material and an oil palm-derived fat.
||WO||WO/2014/175724 - DOUBLE COIL SPEAKER||30.10.2014||
||PCT/MY2014/000071||KNOWLES IPC (M) SDN. BHD.||REINING, Friedrich|
An audio system that comprises an electro- acoustic transducer connected to a first driver circuit and a second driver circuit, which electro-acoustic transducer comprises a first coil stacked on a second coil mechanically linked to a membrane, with the coils oscillatingly suspended in the magnetic field of a permanent magnet focused by a pole plate, wherein the first coil and the second coil are mechanical arranged symmetrical to the pole plate in a rest position.
||WO||WO/2014/175723 - A BIOREACTOR||30.10.2014||
||PCT/MY2014/000070||UNIVERSITI KEBANGSAAN MALAYSIA||TAKRIFF, Mohd Sobri|
The present invention relates to a bioreactor for performing bioprocess reaction. The bioreactor comprises of a body (20), a heating means (22), a gas sparger (24), a plurality of baffle plates (30), a piston (32), and an oscillator (34).The body (20) comprises of parts (36) that is detachable, thereby provides variable volumes adjustable to a required reaction volume. The bioreactor also provides enhanced mixing provided by oscillating baffle plates. Most illustrative figure is Figure 1.
||WO||WO/2014/171811 - A PRESSURISED WATER BASED COOLING SYSTEM||23.10.2014||
||PCT/MY2014/000036||CHANG, Pak Chuen||CHANG, Pak Chuen|
A cooling system is provided. The cooling system includes a pressurized water inlet (100); a water reservoir (106) that may be refilled via a fresh water inlet (104); a pressurised water generating means such as a pump (102); a water driven blower fan (108) mounted above the water reservoir (106); the water driven blower fan is driven by pressurised water; a plurality of pressurised water jets (110a) provided above the water driven blower fan (108); a first pressurised water dispenser (112a); a second pressurised water dispenser (112b) with a plurality of pressurised water jets (110b) on the top; a heat exchanger tube (118); a first water driven propeller fan (114) mounted above the second pressurised water dispenser (112b); the first water driven propeller fan embodied in the heat exchanger tube (118); a second water driven propeller fan (120) joined with the first water driven propeller fan (114) via rod or tube or any other joining means; an air circulation outlet-vent (126) located on a lateral surface of the air cooling system, to circulate chilled air.
||WO||WO/2014/171810 - A SYSTEM AND METHOD OF FAULT TOLERANT FOR DISTRIBUTED APPLICATIONS IN A VIRTUALIZED ENVIRONMENT||23.10.2014||
||PCT/MY2014/000035||MIMOS BERHAD||MOHD NAZIR, Mohd Amril Nurman|
A system and method of fault tolerant for distributed applications in a virtualized environment is provided by utilizing Application Agent (AA) of the application Peer-to-Peer (P2P) overlay network. The system and method of the present invention includes the steps of pre-deployment of Virtual Machine (VM) images by executing application by User by invoking the Application Agent (502) and the Application Agent (AA) contact the nearest front end node (504). The Application Agent (AA) request for deployment of virtual machines (VMs) based on task requirement upon receipt of response from front end node (506). Thereafter, a structured overlay network is formed based on virtual machines (VMs) allocated by the front end node (508) and Application Agent (AA) further tracks the status of virtual machines (VMs). Upon successful deployment of virtual machine (VM) images, tasks are spawn during execution of application (404) by replicating computational tasks and data items in DHT (Distributed Hash Table)-based peer to peer (P2P) overlay network with small overhead. Computational tasks are allocated to virtual machines (VMs) (406) and completed task are registered accordingly (408) upon successful allocation of said tasks. Further, the Application Agent (AA) retrieves output data of each completed task. Pre-deployment of virtual machine (VM) images enables Application Agent (AA) to initiate deployment of virtual machines (VMs) based on task requirement and tracking the deployment of VM status. Further, Distributed Hash Tables (DHTs) are leverage to provide long-term fault tolerance which enables remote computational steering without advance reservation.
||WO||WO/2014/171812 - A COMPOSITION FOR TREATING WASTE WATER||23.10.2014||
||PCT/MY2014/000060||ZAINAL ABIDIN, Roslan Bin||NG, Kok Fong|
The present invention relates to a composition for treating waste water comprises, by weight percentage,: 43.7 - 46.2% bentonite; 24.1 - 25.9% aluminium sulphate (AI2(SO4)3), wherein the particle size of the AI2(SO4)3 is 18 - 74pm; 19.2 - 20.8% ceramic powder; 4.8 - 5.2% chitosan, wherein the particle size of the chitosan is 44μm; and 4.8 - 5.2% calcium carbonate (CaCO3). Further disclosed is a method of using the composition for treating waste water. In another further disclosure, there is introduced an apparatus for dispensing the composition into the waste water.
||WO||WO/2014/168468 - A WRITING TABLET ASSEMBLY WITH IMPROVED CONNECTIONS||16.10.2014||
||PCT/MY2014/000053||SZE CHUAN SDN BHD||HEW, Yen Hee|
A writing tablet assembly for use with a chair comprising a writing tablet; a frame in connection with the writing tablet and the chair; and a swivel joint linking the writing tablet to the frame for enabling the writing tablet to rotate between a storage position to a use position, the swivel joint comprises a first planar surface and a second planar surface at 45° from the first planar surface, each of the first and second planar surfaces has a first and second cylindrical projections protruding from the surfaces to engage with the writing tablet and the frame respectively, characterized in that the first cylindrical projection from the first planar surface has a first indentation formed around the outer perimeter of the first cylindrical projection to engage with a screw that prevents the writing tablet from separating from the swivel joint upon repeating rotational movement of the writing tablet.
||WO||WO/2014/163477 - FISHING LURE||09.10.2014||
||PCT/MY2013/000074||LOW, Yet Sun||LOW, Yet Sun|
A fishing lure for fishing in streams, rivers and lakes, comprising a body (1), a fishing line coupler (2) for connecting the body to a fishing line, a fishing hook (3), a fishing hook coupler (4) coupling the fishing hook (3) to the body (1), and a fishing hook receiver (5) mounted to the body such that the fishing hook (3) and the fishing hook receiver (5) are attracted to each other by way of magnetic attraction so that when in use, the fishing hook (3) is less prone to get caught by objects such as pebbles, rocks or tree branches, where most of the fishes tend to hide.
||WO||WO/2014/163479 - METHOD FOR DETECTION OF DEPOLYMERASE ACTIVITY OF LIPASES||09.10.2014||
||PCT/MY2013/000205||UNIVERSITI SAINS MALAYSIA||C. KANAPATHI PILLAI, K., Sudesh Kumar|
The present invention relates to a method for detection of depolymerase activity of a lipase, characterized by contacting the lipase to a transparent polymer film, wherein the transparent polymer film comprises a polyhydroxyalkanoate polymer. The surface of the transparent polymer film having a hydrolysis mark is scanned against a dark background to obtain an image of the transparent polymer film with a dark background. The scanned image of the transparent polymer film is colour inverted to obtain an image with light background; and analysing the hydrolysis mark on the image of the transparent polymer film using densitometry analysis, wherein the lipase is determined to have depolymerase activity against the transparent polymer film if the density of an area with the hydrolysis mark is higher than the density of the area without the hydrolysis mark.