||WO||WO/2014/024271 - HIGH-TEMPERATURE LEAD-FREE SOLDER ALLOY||13.02.2014||
||PCT/JP2012/070185||SENJU METAL INDUSTRY CO., LTD.||UESHIMA Minoru|
Provided is an Sn-Sb-Ag-Cu based high-temperature lead-free solder alloy which does not form any low-melting phase even when solidified at a low cooling rate and which exhibits excellent joint reliability. This solder alloy has an alloy composition which comprises, in mass%, 35-40% Sb, 13-18% Ag, 6-8% Cu, and the balance Sn.
||WO||WO/2014/024330 - PERMANENT MAGNET TYPE CYLINDRICAL MOLTEN METAL STIRRING DEVICE, AND MELTING FURNACE WITH PERMANENT MAGNET TYPE SUCTION PUMP||13.02.2014||
||PCT/JP2012/078636||TAKAHASHI Kenzo||TAKAHASHI Kenzo|
Provided is an energy-saving stirring device which enables the reduction of the amount of heat produced, easy maintenance, ease of use, flexibility of an installation position, and even adjustment of stirring capability. The present invention is provided with a furnace body having a molten metal chamber for housing molten metal, and a stirring unit for stirring the molten metal in the furnace body. The stirring unit is configured to be provided with: a molten metal drive compartment component which is disposed in the molten metal chamber and forms a drive compartment used for applying driving force to the molten metal and having open both ends; a pair of electrodes disposed in the drive compartment in order to pass an electric current through the drive compartment in the presence of the molten metal; and a magnetic field unit configured from a permanent magnet disposed outside the furnace body, wherein either one of the N-pole or the S-pole faces the furnace body, a line of magnetic force from the one pole intersects the electric current to thereby generate electromagnetic force for driving the molten metal from one end to the other end within the drive compartment.
||WO||WO/2014/019009 - "FIELD REPLACEABLE BUCKLE WITH REINSTALLABLE CROSS BAR"||06.02.2014||
||PCT/AU2012/000911||SEA TO SUMMIT PTY LTD||SINGH, Paramjeet|
A field replaceable buckle (1) with reinstallable cross bar (4) in which the buckle (1) comprises at least one buckle part (2, 3) having a pair of lateral lugs (11) extending therefrom. Each lateral lug (11) has at least one aperture (22, 24) provided therein. The reinstallable cross bar (4) includes a securing portion (25) and a retaining portion (23). When the reinstallable cross bar (4) is inserted through an aperture (22) in a first lateral lug (11) it is prevented from passing therethrough by the retaining portion (23) and the securing portion (25) is operable to securely, but releasable, engage an aperture (24) in the second lateral lug (11).
||WO||WO/2014/020585 - ROCKING CHAIR APPARATUS||06.02.2014||
||PCT/IL2012/050362||AMINACH BEDDING & FURNITURE MANUFACTURING LTD.,||REGEV, Yizhak|
A rocking chair including a base portion having at least one retaining member, a rockable seat portion mounted upon the base portion, an axle mounted on the seat portion, the axle being arranged for pivotal movement about an axis, at least one toothed rack mounted upon the axle and arranged for pivotal movement about the axis between a locked closed position and a locked open position, the toothed rack having a multiplicity of forward facing grooves arranged for selectable retaining engagement with the at least one retaining member, the selectable retaining engagement being operative to selectably limit forward and rearward extents of the rocking movement, and at least one adjustable forward limiting member operative, to limit the extent of forward pivotal movement of the at least one toothed rack in the first plane to be rearward of a second plane which intersects the at least one retaining member.
||WO||WO/2014/019010 - METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR SUPPLYING A LARGE SCALE COMPONENT||06.02.2014||
||PCT/AU2012/001148||BRADKEN RESOURCES PTY LIMITED||GILLARD, David|
A method of supplying a large scale component, comprising providing a plurality of component sections; locating the component sections in a plurality of containers for transportation; delivering the component sections for on-site assembly to form at least a substantial portion of the large scale component.
||WO||WO/2014/020929 - INFORMATION PROCESSING DEVICE, INFORMATION PROCESSING METHOD, AND INFORMATION PROCESSING PROGRAM||06.02.2014||
||PCT/JP2013/055503||RAKUTEN, INC.||NISHIOKA Yuhei|
The purpose of the invention is to allow saleable goods to be displayed in a table sorted by variations in attributes. An information processing device determines whether there are two or more attribute values for each attribute field pertaining to a group of saleable goods identified on the basis of a user operation pertaining to a saleable good search. The information processing device also associates each attribute field determined to have two or more attribute values with a table, a row, or a column. For each cell, the information processing device identifies a saleable good having the attribute indicated by the attribute value corresponding to that cell from among the group of saleable goods. The information processing device displays a table with cells containing display information indicating the identified saleable goods.
||WO||WO/2014/019354 - ABRASION RESISTANT STEEL PLATE WITH HIGH STRENGTH AND HIGH TOUGHNESS, AND PROCESS FOR PREPARING SAME||06.02.2014||
||PCT/CN2013/071188||BAOSHAN IRON & STEEL CO., LTD.||LI, Hongbin|
Disclosed is an abrasion resistant steel plate, having the following chemical composition (weight%): C: 0.36 - 0.45%, Si: 0.10-0.30%, Mn: 0.40 - 1.00%, P ≤ 0.015%, S ≤ 0.010%, Nb: 0.010 - 0.040%, Al : 0.010-0.080%, B : 0.0010-0.0020%, Ti : 0.005-0.050%, Ca: 0.0010-0.0080%, V ≤ 0.080%, Cr ≤ 1.00%, RE ≤ 0.10%, N ≤ 0.0080%, O ≤ 0.0060%, and H ≤ 0.0004%, with 0.025% ≤ Nb + Ti ≤ 0.080%, 0.030% ≤ Al + Ti ≤ 0.12%, and the balance being Fe and inevitable impurities. A process for manufacturing the abrasion resistant steel plate comprises steps such as smelting, casting, rolling and direct cooling after rolling. The abrasion resistant steel plate obtained by the above components and process has a high hardness, an excellent abrasion resistant performance, and is suitable for devices in engineering machinery extremely susceptible to wear, such as a crusher baffle etc.
||WO||WO/2014/016630 - DANCE SHOE||30.01.2014||
||PCT/IB2012/001410||HAZZOURI, Jozette||HAZZOURI, Jozette|
The inventive subject matter is generally directed to dance shoes that include a distal portion for receiving at least a portion of a forefoot of a wearer. The distal portion includes a rigid structure for supporting the foot, such as a toe box for an en pointe dance shoe. A proximal portion extends from the distal portion and it is configured for receiving the midfoot and rearfoot portions of the foot. The shoe is constructed so as to conform to the shape of the foot through a range of foot flexations that vary the distance of the toes to the heel, particularly the flexations that occur when dancing en pointe. According to certain embodiments of the inventive subject matter, this is achieved in whole or part by configuring the proximal portion to be elastically, longitudinally extendible relative to the distal portion and/or configuring the shoe's foot-receiving compartment with a shape that generally mimics the foot in a shape corresponding to plantar flexation, for example, a shape mimicking a foot en pointe.
||WO||WO/2014/016631 - DANCE SHOE||30.01.2014||
||PCT/IB2012/001427||HAZZOURI, Jozette||HAZZOURI, Jozette|
The inventive subject matter is generally directed to dance shoes that include a distal portion for receiving at least a portion of a forefoot of a wearer. The distal portion includes a rigid structure for supporting the foot, such as a toe box for an en pointe dance shoe. A proximal portion extends from the distal portion and it is configured for receiving the midfoot and rearfoot portions of the foot. The shoe is constructed so as to conform to the shape of the foot through a range of foot flexations that vary the distance of the toes to the heel, particularly the flexations that occur when dancing en pointe. According to certain embodiments of the inventive subject matter, this is achieved in whole or part by configuring the proximal portion to be elastically, longitudinally extendible relative to the distal portion and/or configuring the shoe' s foot-receiving compartment with a shape that generally mimics the foot in a shape corresponding to plantar flexation, for example, a shape mimicking a foot en pointe.
||WO||WO/2014/018005 - WIRE THREAD INSERT||30.01.2014||
||PCT/US2012/047914||ALCOA INC.||HOLLENSEN, Alan|
A wire thread insert (10) including a body (12) having a leading end (14) and a trailing end (16), a first segment (18) having a first plurality of coils (20) and a first diameter (D1), and a second segment (22) having at Ieast one coil (24) and a second diameter (D2). The second diameter (D2) of the second segment (22) is greater than the first diameter (D1 ) of the first segment (18). A bolt (26) threadedly engages the insert (10), and the bolt/insert assembly (36) threadedly engages a hole (32) of a workpiece (30). When the bolt/insert assembly (36) is installed into the hole (32), the at Ieast one coil (20) expands diametrically outwardly into the internal threads (34) of the hole (32) so that the at Ieast one coil (20) remains seated therein. The bolt (26) is removable while the insert (10) remains within the hole (32).