|1.||WO||WO/2014/163590 - PROCESS FOR CONVERTING PARAFFIN TO OLEFIN AND CATALYST FOR USE THEREIN||09.10.2014||
|PCT/TH2014/000012||SCG CHEMICALS COMPANY LIMITED||SURIYE, Kongkiat|
The invention relates to a process for converting paraffin to olefin comprising the following steps: (a) providing a hydrocarbon feedstock containing at least one paraffin having 1 to 12 carbon atoms and at least one olefin having 2 to 12 carbon atoms; (b) providing a catalyst containing at least one Group VIA and/or Group VIIA transition metal on a solid support; (c) pretreating the catalyst by contacting the catalyst with at least one reducing gas and at least one oxidizing gas; and (d) contacting the hydrocarbon feedstock and the pretreated catalyst at a temperature in the range of 200°C to 600°C, preferably 320°C to 450°C and to a catalyst for use therein.
|2.||WO||WO/2014/158101 - METHODS, SYSTEMS AND DEVICES FOR INTERACTING WITH A COMPUTING DEVICE||02.10.2014||
|PCT/TH2013/000012||SUN, Vasan||SUN, Vasan|
Example embodiments relate to processing user interactions with a computing device, comprising receiving a user-initiated action performed on a character button, the character button representing a character; determining whether the user-initiated action is performed in a normal an abnormal operating manner. When a normal operating manner is determined, displaying the character on a graphical display. When an abnormal operating manner is determined: identifying a previously entered character preceding the character, activating a microphone and receiving, by the microphone, a spoken word, searching a subset of a database for a textual form of the received spoken word, the subset based on one or more of the character and the previously entered character, and displaying a correct textual form of the spoken word on a graphical display by amending one or more of the character and the previously entered character when one or more of the character and the previously entered character is inconsistent with the textual form of the spoken word found in the searching.
|3.||WO||WO/2014/158102 - CANISTER MOUNTING STRUCTURE FOR A MOTORCYCLE||02.10.2014||
|PCT/TH2013/000013||HONDA MOTOR CO., LTD.||KASETWETIN, Tawatchai|
The present invention disclosed a canister mounting structure 10 for a motorcycle 100 comprising: a storage box 16 mounting under a seat 109 of the motorcycle; a canister 12 mounted in the said storage box 16, said canister is communicably connected to a fuel tank 156 and an engine intake system 1 12 via a first connecting tube 24 and a second connecting tube 28; a one-way valve disposed on the said second connecting tube; a battery 14 mounted inside the said storage box 16; and a battery cover 18, 29 installed inside the said storage box 16 and is configured to cover both the canister 14 and the battery 14 mounted inside the said storage box 16; said canister 14 is mounted side by side to the battery 14 in the said storage box 16, and the said storage box 16 and the said battery cover 18, 29 is configured to compartmentalized and separate the canister 12 from the battery 14.
|4.||WO||WO/2014/158100 - ELECTRICAL ACCESSORY SOCKET MOUNTING STRUCTURE FOR SMALL MOTORCYCLE||02.10.2014||
|PCT/TH2013/000011||HONDA MOTOR COMPANY LIMITED||AYDOUNG, Tawatchai|
In a small motorcycle having an engine mounted forward and beneath its seat, and a storage box mounted under the seat, a electrical accessory socket mounting structure includes a electrical accessory socket that is mounted to an arc-shaped side portion of a front surface of the storage box by way of a circular mounting hole within the storage box. The electrical accessory socket extends away from the storage box in a forward and sideward direction in a space efficient manner that avoids impacting the profile of motorcycle body covers. The electrical accessory socket is further disposed at an upward angle relative to a ground plane, such that an adapter opening of the electrical accessory socket is oriented upwards toward the motorcycle's seat.
|5.||WO||WO/2014/158103 - CANISTER MOUNTING STRUCTURE FOR A MOTORCYCLE||02.10.2014||
|PCT/TH2013/000014||HONDA MOTOR CO., LTD.||PHOLUANG, Pholadej|
The present invention disclosed a canister mounting structure (10) for a motorcycle (100) comprising a storage box (16) mounting under a seat (109) of the motorcycle; a canister (12) mounted to the motorcycle; a battery (14) mounted inside the said storage box (16); said canister (12) is mounted in a first compartment (20) integrally formed to the said storage box (16); and the said battery is mounted in a second compartment (22) integrally formed to the said storage box (16).
|6.||WO||WO/2014/158104 - SHEETS WITH ORGANIC FILLER||02.10.2014||
||PCT/TH2014/000011||SIAM KRAFT INDUSTRY CO., LTD.||LEERAPONGNUN, Prakan|
The present invention relates to sheet with organic filler comprising a fibrous portion and an organic filler wherein; the organic filler consists of solid component and moisture and; the solid component in the organic filler comprises at least 15% of fibrous portion of a sac shape containing starch. It is found that the sheet having a high amount of such organic filler can maintain the desired mechanical characteristics and can reduce the cost of production as well.
|7.||WO||WO/2014/133469 - SET OF UP-DOWN SLIDING DOOR||04.09.2014||
|PCT/TH2013/000021||TAKEDA, Pimolpan||TAKEDA, Pimolpan|
A set of up-down sliding door composes of an upper holding base (1) that is to be attached with the installation space. At the left side of the upper holding base (1 ), it is a left side holding base (2) for holding the left side of installation space, for inserting with the left side of an up-down sliding sheet (3). The right side of the upper holding base (1) is a right side holding base (4) for holding with the right side of installation space, for inserting with the right side of the up-down sliding sheet (3). At the inner of the upper holding base (1), there is a driving motor (9) of which one end of the motor's spinning axle (10) connects with a transmitted spinning bar (11) for transmitting the driving force for the transmitted spinning bar (11) rolling along. Part of the transmitted spinning bar (11) composes of a closure lanyard (14) for spinning along with the transmitted spinning bar (11) while connecting with one end of a closure lanyard (15). The other end of the closure lanyard (15) is inserted through the lower end of the up-down sliding sheet (3) to hold with the upper holding base (1) or hold with the upper edge that holding the setting up of the upper holding base (1). Around the side edge of the up-down sliding sheet (3), there is an outside closure for support bending prevention of side edge in each side. Both front and back space of the up-down sliding sheet (3), there is an outside closure of which its horizontal upper and lower edge holding in the way to form the hollow onto between closure, for inserting with outside inserting stick to maintain the form of the up-down sliding sheet (3) in horizontal way while it is on duty in sliding up or down.
|8.||WO||WO/2014/133470 - NASAL IMPLANT||04.09.2014||
|PCT/TH2013/000039||KOMRIT, Sampandh||KOMRIT, Sampandh|
Present example embodiments relate generally to nasal implants comprising a body portion, the body portion forming a central axis and having opposing inner body and outer body surfaces. The inner body surface may comprise a ventral groove portion disposed substantially parallel to the central axis, and the outer body surface may comprise a ridge portion. The ventral groove portion may comprise a deepest portion in proximate correspondence to a highest portion of the ridge portion with respect to the central axis. The nasal implant may comprise an elongated tail portion. A lower portion of the tail portion may be in communication with at least an upper portion of the body portion. An angle formable between an axis definable by the tail portion and the central axis may be between 0 to 90 degrees. The nasal implant may comprise a first wing portion, head portion, second wing portion, and leg portion.
|9.||WO||WO/2014/129983 - METHODS, SYSTEMS, AND DEVICES FOR MANAGING A PLURALITY OF ALARMS||28.08.2014||
|PCT/TH2013/000008||THAI OIL PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED||JANCHOOKIAT, Mongkol|
Present example embodiments relate generally to methods, systems, computing devices, and logic for managing a plurality of alarms initiated by a plurality of alarm sensors. The method comprises the steps of: receiving the plurality of initiated alarm, prioritizing the initiated alarms, creating an initiated alarm being a condition-based alarm when an initiated alarm satisfies an event condition, reprioritizing an initiated alarm when said initiated alarm satisfies a reprioritization condition, suppressing an initiated alarm, reporting an unsuppressed initiated alarm based on the prioritizing of said alarm, and providing information comprising an operator action for the unsuppressed initiated alarm and an initiated alarm suppressed based on the unsuppressed initiated alarm.
|10.||WO||WO/2014/129981 - PIPER BETEL EXTRACT FOR INSECT TRAP||28.08.2014||
|PCT/TH2013/000005||YAMPUN, Chanpen||YAMPUN, Chanpen|
The production of fruit fly trap extract includes 10%-95% of newly grown leaves of Piper betel, 5%-90% of salt, a distiller set, distilled and uniquely scented volatile extract, and the production processes of fruit fly trap extract (Methyl Eugenal).