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|1.||WO||WO/2013/126887 - SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR PROVIDING FLAVOR ADVISEMENT AND ENHANCEMENT||29.08.2013||
|PCT/US2013/027640||WOLFE, Jerry||WOLFE, Jerry|
A method and apparatus for generating a visual representation of a flavor or texture profile based on flavor or texture preferences of a user with respect to each of a plurality of flavor or texture categories or based on flavor or texture characteristic information representing flavor or texture characteristics of a product or recipe for each of a plurality of flavor or texture categories. The flavor or texture preferences of a user and the flavor or texture characteristics of a product or recipe with respect to each of a plurality of flavor or texture categories is determined by way of a method and apparatus for determining a flavor or texture profile for a user and a method and apparatus for determining a flavor or texture profile for a food element, respectively. Also described is a method and apparatus for providing food element recommendations based on flavor or texture.
|2.||WO||WO/2013/101878 - REFRIGERATION LINE SET FITTING AND METHOD OF USING THE SAME TO JOIN REFRIGERATION LINES TO EACH OTHER||04.07.2013||
|PCT/US2012/071723||CERRO FLOW PRODUCTS LLC||ARMENT, Bradley|
A crimp fitting comprises a metal tube wall that forms both a cylindrical tube portion and an adjacent annular O-ring channel portion. The tube wall has a first wall thickness along the cylindrical tube portion and a second wall thickness along at least part of the O-ring channel portion. The second wall thickness is less than the first wall thickness. The cylindrical tube portion and O-ring channel are configured and adapted to encircle a cylindrical end portion of a tube when such end portion of the tube is inserted into the fitting.
|3.||WO||WO/2013/097025 - INTERNAL NECK PROTECTOR||04.07.2013||
|PCT/CA2011/050808||AGNOSSI, Dave||AGNOSSI, Dave|
The invention relates to an internal neck protector device which protects the neck from dirt, mould, sweat, friction between the skin and the fabric. The device consists of a special strip (figure 2) made from cotton and other silky materials that are comfortable against the skin and do not cause any irritation. The device is designed such as to fully cover the internal portion of the neck of a garment (figure 1) and to absorb all the aforementioned elements and more. The device keeps the neck clean in order to better maintain and protect the neck of a garment long term.
|4.||WO||WO/2013/091274 - STEEL-BACKED BIDIRECTIONAL SYNCHRONOUS SPLINE BROACHING DEVICE AND USING METHOD THEREOF||27.06.2013||
|PCT/CN2012/000677||UTIL (GUANGZHOU) AUTO PARTS. CO., LTD.||OSCAR, Finessi|
A steel-backed bidirectional synchronous spline broaching device and using method thereof, the steel-backed bidirectional synchronous spline broaching device comprising an upper die holder (7), an upper die plate (5), a lower die holder (1) and a lower die plate (3), and further comprising an upper forming die and a lower workpiece positioning die; the upper forming die is mounted on the upper die plate, and comprises a blade slide plate (13), a left blade (11), a right blade (18), a left inner slider (10), a right inner slider (15), a left outer slider (9) and a right outer slider (16); the lower workpiece positioning die is mounted on the lower die plate (3), and comprises a concave die (21), a product floating block (22) and a floating spring (24); the lower die plate (3) is provided with a push rod (23) at the lower part; a left supporting block (2) and a right supporting block (19) corresponding to the left outer slider (9) and the right outer slider (16) are fixedly mounted on the lower die holder (1); and the left supporting block (2) and the right supporting block (19) longitudinally penetrate through the lower die plate (3). By using the bidirectional synchronous gear broaching method, the produced gear has the advantages of high density, high strength, uniform and orderly arrangement, high brake pad shear strength, as well as high production efficiency, more stable whole production process, firm gear root, unlikely disengagement, and suitability for mass production.
|5.||WO||WO/2013/094911 - PREPARATION OF AN ELECTRODE-ACTIVE MATERIAL BY USING A DOUBLE-PIPE TYPE HEAT EXCHANGER||27.06.2013||
|PCT/KR2012/010686||HANWHA CHEMICAL CORPORATION||SONG, Kyu Ho|
Preparation of an electrode-active material, which uses a reactor to produce an electrode-active material by using a supercritical hydrothermal synthesis method, and a double-pipe type heat exchanger which cools the product discharged from the reactor to a subcritical range or below it.
|6.||WO||WO/2013/093388 - MODIFIED CELLULOSIC POLYMER FOR IMPROVED WELL BORE FLUIDS||27.06.2013||
|PCT/GB2011/001750||HALIBURTON ENERGY SERVICES, INC.||EZELL, Ryan G.|
The invention provides a method comprising: providing a drilling fluid, completion fluid, or workover fluid comprising an aqueous base fluid and a nonionic cellulose ether polymer having hydroxyethyl groups and being further substituted with one or more hydrophobic substituents, and placing the drilling fluid, completion fluid, or workover fluid in a subterranean formation.
|7.||WO||WO/2013/088463 - METHOD FOR ESTIMATING AMOUNT OF LIQUID WATER INSIDE FUEL CELL, METHOD FOR ESTIMATING AMOUNT OF LIQUID WATER DISCHARGED FROM FUEL CELL, DEVICE FOR ESTIMATING AMOUNT OF LIQUID WATER INSIDE FUEL CELL, AND FUEL CELL SYSTEM||20.06.2013||
|PCT/JP2011/006917||TOYOTA JIDOSHA KABUSHIKI KAISHA||OGAWA, Tomohiro|
Estimation values of the amount of liquid water inside a fuel cell during operation are sequentially acquired in each predetermined period by means of the following steps (a) to (d), and detection accuracy with respect to the moisture state inside the fuel cell is improved. (a) The previous estimation value is acquired. (b) A water discharge speed which is the amount of liquid water discharged from a fuel cell per unit time is acquired on the basis of the previous estimation value and a value representing the present flow rate of a reaction gas in the fuel cell. (c) The water discharge speed is multiplied by the cycle for which an estimation value is to be acquired, to thereby acquire the amount of liquid water discharged from the fuel cell in a predetermined period. (d) The amount of liquid water discharged from the fuel cell in the predetermined period is used to acquire the present estimation value.
|8.||WO||WO/2013/082305 - COOLING FABRICS||06.06.2013||
|PCT/US2012/067104||COLUMBIA SPORTSWEAR NORTH AMERICA, INC.||ARAUJO, Christopher|
 Embodiments of the present disclosure relate generally to cooling fabrics having an array of cooling elements coupled to a base fabric, and in particular to methods and fabrics that utilize an array of cooling elements coupled to a base material to absorb heat while also maintaining desired properties of the base material. In some embodiments, the cooling elements may include a cooling gel or polymer or a phase change material, and the cooling elements may undergo a chemical or physical change when exposed to moisture, thereby absorbing heat.
|9.||WO||WO/2013/081649 - PROCESS FOR PREPARING LIQUID OVERBASED METAL CARBOXYLATES, MIXED METAL STABILIZERS CONTAINING SAME, AND STABILIZED HALOGEN-CONTAINING POLYMERS THEREWITH||06.06.2013||
|PCT/US2012/020918||AM STABILIZERS CORPORATION||KRUSE, Nicholas, A.|
Liquid overbased alkali or alkaline earth metal carboxylates, particularly barium carboxylates, are prepared by a process which includes the use of a beta diketone as a reaction promoter during carbonation. Mixed metal stabilizers containing the overbased metal carboxylates are used as stabilizers for halogen- containing polymers such as polyvinyl chloride (PVC).
|10.||WO||WO/2013/081865 - TARGETING BASED ON INTENT OR PRESENCE||06.06.2013||
|PCT/US2012/065692||GOOGLE INC.||CHARANIYA, Amin|
Methods, systems, and apparatus, including computer programs encoded on a computer- readable storage medium, for campaign management. A method includes: presenting a user interface to a sponsor for customizing targeting information for a campaign including a control for specifying targeting criteria, where at least one targeting criterion includes a presence of a user in a prescribed geographic location or an indication of an interest by a user in the location; receiving a selection from the sponsor of targeting criteria to be associated with the campaign including a selection of one or both of user presence and interest; evaluating content delivery options for presenting content associated with the campaign including determining for a given content request whether a user is present or merely interested in a geographic location; and serving content from the campaign when a content item request satisfies the targeting criteria for the campaign.