||WO||WO/2014/175864 - EVENT DATA STRUCTURE TO STORE EVENT DATA||30.10.2014||
||PCT/US2013/037728||HEWLETT-PACKARD DEVELOPMENT COMPANY, L.P.||JEANSONNE, Jeffrey Kevin|
An event data structure is stored in a non-volatile memory that is electrically isolated from a bus accessible by a processor. In response to an event relating to operation of a controller that is separate from the processor, the controller adds event data for the event into an entry of the event data structure.
||WO||WO/2014/175851 - SELF-ORGANIZING INDUCTORS||30.10.2014||
||PCT/US2013/000064||SABO, Anthony||SABO, Anthony|
The invention enables the investment of a large flat inductive source surface with the capability to deliver large inductive power at any point on the surface, and with perfect alignment with the receiving secondary inductor, without having multiple layers of inductors, or without having large and complete mobile inductor units between the upper and lower surface of a flat housing, wherein there must be columns and spacers to hold these surfaces apart at the proper spacing so that the mobile inductors can slide/move around, to align with a secondary inductor set upon the housing by using a magnet.
||WO||WO/2014/175858 - SYSTEMS AND METHODS FOR ADJUSTING EXISTING WELL PLANS||30.10.2014||
||PCT/US2013/037627||LANDMARK GRAPHICS CORPORATION||COLVIN, Richard, Daniel|
Systems and methods for adjusting existing well plans by adjusting existing well plans by matching the existing well plans that can be replanned with new well plans that are generated around the existing well plans that cannot be replanned such as, for example, drilled, planned and/or permitted wells.
||WO||WO/2014/175854 - REDUCTANT STORAGE||30.10.2014||
||PCT/US2013/037529||BOYD, George D.||BOYD, George D.|
An assembly and method for storing a reductant, including ammonia, for use in the treatment of NOx in an exhaust stream, is disclosed. The assembly comprises a cartridge having an interior space, a disk formed from compacted reductant adsorbing/desorbing material contained within a heat transfer material, and, an expandable element positioned within the interior space of the cartridge for receiving a plurality of disks within the interior space of the cartridge. The expandable element or conduit may also be used to charge or recharge the adsorbing/desorbing material with ammonia.
||WO||WO/2014/175865 - REPAIRING COMPROMISED SYSTEM DATA IN A NON-VOLATILE MEMORY||30.10.2014||
||PCT/US2013/037729||HEWLETT-PACKARD DEVELOPMENT COMPANY, L.P.||JEANSONNE, Jeffrey Kevin|
A first non-volatile memory stores a redundant copy of system data that relates to a configuration of at least one physical component of a system, where the first non-volatile memory is accessible by a controller in the system and inaccessible to a processor in the system. It is determined whether system data in a second non-volatile memory accessible by the processor is compromised. In response to determining that the system data in the second non-volatile memory is compromised, the compromised system data in the second non-volatile memory is repaired.
||WO||WO/2014/175870 - THROTTLE VALVE HAVING A PRESSURE RELIEF VALVE||30.10.2014||
||PCT/US2013/037885||INTERNATIONAL ENGINE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY COMPANY, LLC||BIGLEY, Jon A|
A pressure relief valve is associated with a throttle valve to shunt flow around a throttle valve element which is selectively positionable to throttle flow through the throttle valve. In a presently disclosed embodiment, a throttle valve comprises a valve body circumscribing a main flow passage extending along a central longitudinal axis between an inlet and an outlet. A valve plate is disposed within the main flow passage for turning about an axis of turning which perpendicularly intersects the central longitudinal axis for selectively throttling flow through the main flow passage. A pressure relief mechanism is mounted on the valve body.
||WO||WO/2014/175871 - TURBINE PROTECTION SYSTEM||30.10.2014||
||PCT/US2013/037899||INTERNATIONAL ENGINE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY COMPANY, LLC||PARK, Deokkyu|
In a system and method for a turbine protection system having a three-way valve, working fluid is heated by boiler to form saturated steam. Saturated steam is heated by superheater to change into a dry steam. Superheater may at least in-part be heated by exhaust gases from an internal combustion engine. Control module may receive information indicating, or for determining, at least one property of the working fluid that's exiting the superheater and/or entering into the three-way valve. If the working fluid is dry steam that is within a predetermined temperature and/or pressure range, three-way-valve may be positioned so that the working fluid exits a turbine side outlet of the three-way valve and flows to a turbine. Otherwise, three-way-valve may be positioned for the working fluid to by-pass the turbine, and instead flow into the pressure reducer valve.
||WO||WO/2014/175892 - RAPID SALMONELLA SEROTYPING ASSAY||30.10.2014||
||PCT/US2013/038380||CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL AND PREVENTION||FIELDS, Patricia|
Processes for the serotype specific detection and identification of one or more Salmonella serotypes are provided. A family of specific primers and probes are provided that allow screening of biological or environmental samples for robust, rapid, and reproducible detection and identification of one or more Salmonella serotypes in the sample.
||WO||WO/2014/175873 - VALIDATION IN SERIALIZATION FLOW||30.10.2014||
||PCT/US2013/037926||HEWLETT-PACKARD DEVELOPMENT COMPANY, L.P.||SIMSKE, Steven|
An example apparatus may include a processor and a memory device including computer program code. The memory device and the computer program code may, with the processor, cause the apparatus to receive serialization codes for a first entity in a serialization flow; compare serialization codes for the first entity to serialization codes for a second entity, the second entity being either upstream or downstream of the first entity in the serialization flow; and validating the serialization codes from the first entity by determining if the serialization codes for the first entity are compatible with the serialization codes for the second entity in the serialization flow.
||WO||WO/2014/175883 - DATACENTER MANAGED THREAD AND MULTI-PROCESSING SUPPORT||30.10.2014||
||PCT/US2013/038088||EMPIRE TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT, LLC||KRUGLICK, Ezekiel|
Technologies are generally described for datacenter managed thread and multi-processing support. In some examples, a system may be provided for dynamic core allotment and provisioning within a server such that resources can be efficiently used to accomplish available work during lulls shorter than inter-server balancing time scales. A virtual machine manger (VMM) may enact core level provisioning and make optimal performance multi-processing information available via a virtual application programming interface (API) handler that receives and responds to messages sent to the VMM. The messages may not need to reach an external network and may therefore be exchanged at high speeds.