||WO||WO/2014/062048 - VIBRATION CLAMP||24.04.2014||
||PCT/MY2012/000265||PETROLIAM NASIONAL BERHAD (PETRONAS)||ABD DZUBIR, Faizul Azly bin|
A vibration clamp assembly for clamping a pipe to a support, the assembly comprising: an inner clamp arranged to encircle and engage the pipe; an outer clamp arranged to encircle the inner clamp and mount to said support; a plurality of damping blocks fixed to the periphery of the inner clamp and positioned to engage the outer clamp; wherein the damping blocks include a damping layer intermediate the inner and outer clamps, said damping layer arranged to dampen vibration loads from the pipe.
||WO||WO/2014/062049 - A METHOD FOR WIRELESS LOCAL AREA NETWORK (WLAN) CHANNEL ACCESS PRIORITIZATION||24.04.2014||
||PCT/MY2013/000178||MIMOS BERHAD||MOHD ARIFF, Bin Abdullah|
The present invention discloses a method for prioritizing channel access in a wireless communication network. The method comprising registering with an access point (102) by one or more station as priority stations (101) during a Contention Period established by the access point (102) operating in the Distributed Coordination Function. The registered priority stations (101) will trigger the access point (102) to switch from the Distributed Coordination Function to the Point Coordination Function and thereby establishing a Contention Free Period when there is urgency by these priority stations (101) to access a channel. During the Contention Free Period, the access point (102) will first poll the registered priority stations (101) with higher priority level and grant them the priority to access the channel than those priority stations (101) with lower priority level. The access point (102) will resume the Coordination Period when the maximum Contention-Free-Period duration is reached and/or all the registered priority stations (101) have transmitted.
||WO||WO/2014/058295 - METHODS FOR OBTAINING A GENETICALLY MODIFIED PLANT OR MICROBE AND FOR INCREASING OIL YIELD||17.04.2014||
||PCT/MY2013/000068||SIME DARBY MALAYSIA BERHAD||JAIME LOW YOKE SUM|
Methods are provided for obtaining a genetically modified plant, wherein the plant exhibits an increased oil yield relative to a corresponding control plant that is not so genetically modified. The methods comprise genetically modifying a plant progenitor cell to cause a decrease in triose-phosphate isomerase activity and an increase in glycerol-3-phosphate dehydrogenase activity. The methods also comprise culturing the genetically modified plant progenitor cell to obtain the genetically modified plant. Also provided are methods for increasing oil yield, comprising genetically modifying a plant to cause, in at least one oil-producing organ or tissue of the plant, a decrease in triose- phosphate isomerase activity and an increase in glycerol-3-phosphate dehydrogenase activity. The genetic modification is carried out across more than a single generation. The genetically modified plant exhibits an increased oil yield relative to a corresponding control plant. Also provided are similar methods directed to a microbe.
||WO||WO/2014/058292 - STACKING SYSTEM FOR ASSYMMETRIC OBJECTS||17.04.2014||
||PCT/MY2012/000263||SENTINEL ENGINEERING (M) SDN. BHD.||K. H., Kuan|
A system for stacking or arranging any asymmetric subject of manufacture having a distinguishable front end and a rear end such as a glove. More particularly, a stacking or arranging system and methods enabling bidirectional stacking or arranging one over the other for packing or like purposes of such asymmetric subject of manufacture having a distinguishable front end and a rear end such as a glove. The system for such bidirectional stacking or arranging basically involving a feeder conveyor unit having a pair of feeder conveyer (2,3) disposed below a manufacture process conveyer (1) which can be used for stacking different asymmetric packing elements/subjects such as gloves having distinguishing front and rear end over collecting member/shelf (10,12) in bidirectional manner. Optionally and advantageously, the proposed stacking apparatus includes a sensor driven oscillating means operatively connected with the feeder conveyer pair for driving the feeder conveyer in pendulum type motion and to facilitate the bidirectional stacking of the packing element over a collecting member/ shelf. The advancement is thus directed to provide for an automatized system for bidirectional stacking of asymmetric packing elements/subjects such as gloves to ensure optimized arrangement of the stocks for packing and the like and an even distribution of the weight of the stacked subjects such as when packed in a carton and the like.
||WO||WO/2014/058291 - PERPENDICULAR MAGNETIC RECORDING MEDIUM||17.04.2014||
||PCT/MY2012/000261||FUJI ELECTRIC (MALAYSIA) SDN BHD||OYAMA, Hirohisa|
An object of the present invention is to provide a perpendicular magnetic recording medium in which crystal axis orientation dispersion, crystal grain diameter, and crystal grain diameter dispersion in a magnetic recording layer are reduced. The perpendicular magnetic recording medium of the present invention has a structure having, stacked sequentially on a non-magnetic substrate, at least an amorphous underlayer, a lower orientation control layer made of Ru or Ru alloy of an hep structure, an upper orientation control layer that is made of alloy containing an element selected from the group consisting of Co and Ni and an element selected from the group consisting of Cr, W, and Mo and that has an fee or hep structure, an intermediate layer, and a magnetic recording layer.
||WO||WO/2014/058293 - INTERCOOLER FOR VEHICULAR ENGINE||17.04.2014||
||PCT/MY2012/000300||KINEFLUX SDN BHD||ANTONIUS, Satryanatha|
The present invention discloses an intercooler (100) connected to an air conditioning cycle of a vehicle comprising a heat exchanger (101) having an array of fins (102) with a plurality of tubes fabricated across the fins (102), an inlet connecting the tubes (103) to an evaporator (109) of the cycle for receiving a refrigerant flow from the evaporator (109), a first outlet (104) connecting the tubes to a compressor ( 107) of the cycle for discharging the refrigerant flow from the heat exchanger (101) back into the cycle through the compressor (107), and an opening (112) for ambient air to flow into the heat exchanger and past the fins (102); and a chamber (105) coupled to the heat exchanger (101) having a second outlet (106) connected to an engine (110) of the vehicle; wherein the refrigerant flow passes through the tubes to remove heat from the ambient air for forming a cold air flow to be continuously transferred to the engine (110) through the second outlet (106) of the chamber (105).
||WO||WO/2014/058294 - A PROCESS FOR DEGUMMING OF CRUDE PALM OIL||17.04.2014||
||PCT/MY2013/000066||SIME DARBY MALAYSIA BERHAD||NOOR HIDAYU BINTI OTHMAN|
The invention relates to a process for degumming of crude palm oil using polyvinylidene fluoride ultrafiltration membrane to obtain a permeate fraction having a phosphorus content which is less than the phosphorus content of the feed oil and a retentate fraction having an increased phosphorus content. The process involves no chemicals to remove the phosphorus content from the feed oil and also significantly reduces energy consumption of the process.
||WO||WO/2014/058296 - METHODS AND KITS FOR INCREASING OR PREDICTING OIL YIELD||17.04.2014||
||PCT/MY2013/000069||SIME DARBY MALAYSIA BERHAD||JAIME LOW YOKE SUM|
A method for increasing oil yield of an oil palm plant is disclosed. The method comprises determining the level of triose-phosphate isomerase and the level of glycerol- 3-phosphate dehydrogenase in mesocarp tissue of a fruit of a parental oil palm plant 1 1 to 21 weeks after pollination thereof in comparison to mesocarp tissue of a fruit of a reference oil palm plant. The method also comprises selecting progeny of the parental oil palm plant based on the level of triose-phosphate isomerase being lower and the level of glycerol-3-phosphate dehydrogenase being higher for the parental oil palm plant in comparison to the reference oil palm plant, to obtain a high-yielding oil palm plant. A method for predicting oil yield of a test oil palm plant and a kit for increasing oil yield of an oil palm plant or predicting oil yield of a test oil palm plant are also disclosed.
||WO||WO/2014/058297 - AN AUTOMATIC VEHICLE BRAKING SYSTEM AND A CONTROL METHOD||17.04.2014||
||PCT/MY2013/000148||CHONG, Woi Joon||CHONG, Woi Joon|
The present invention relates to an automatic vehicle braking system for avoiding crash or collision and to mitigate the effects or severity of an imminent crash or collision to provide better safety. A processor automatically increases the brake force on the rear wheels and allows the rear wheels to be locked. This can improve the driver to steer better to avoid the leading obstacle and mitigate the severity of crash. If the measured relative distance decreases further lower than the second predefined threshold distance value, the processor will disable any braking method that will release the brake of own vehicle (ABS recycle braking process) and allow the wheels to be locked.
||WO||WO/2014/058300 - SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR OPTIMIZATION OF A MULTICAST TRANSMISSION HAVING A MULTIMEDIA CONTENT||17.04.2014||
||PCT/MY2013/000174||MIMOS BERHAD||MOHD EZANI, Muhammad Faheem Bin|
The present invention discloses a system (300) for optimizing a multicast transmission having a multimedia content by re-encoding the multimedia content according to and to match the capability of a user equipment (301). The system (300) works by having a requirements interrogator (303) residing in the user equipment (301) to probe at least one component of the user equipment (301) and proceed to define the overall capability of the user equipment (301) based on the results of the probing. The system (300) next introduces a requirements consolidator (306) to determine the appropriate codec to be used for re-encoding the multimedia content based on the overall capability of the user equipment (301). Subsequently, a multimedia re-encoder (307) proceeds to re-encode the multimedia content and transmits the re-encoded multimedia content in a multicast packet to the multimedia enhancement (308) for further transmission to the user equipment (301). A method (400) therefor is also disclosed herein.