||WO||WO/2014/174279 - FILTER SUBSTRATE COMPRISING ZONE-COATED CATALYST WASHCOAT||30.10.2014||
||PCT/GB2014/051257||JOHNSON MATTHEY PUBLIC LIMITED COMPANY||BLAKEMAN, Philip Gerald|
A catalysed filter for filtering particulate matter from exhaust gas emitted from a positive ignition internal combustion engine comprises a ceramic porous wall-flow filter substrate having a total substrate length and having inlet channels defined in part by ceramic inlet wall surfaces and outlet channels defined in part byceramic outlet wall surfaces, wherein the inlet surfaces are separated from the outlet surfaces by a first porous structure containing pores of a first mean pore size, wherein the porous substrate is coated in part with a catalyst washcoat composition, wherein a second porous structure of a washcoated part of the porous substrate contains pores of a second mean pore size, wherein the second mean pore size is less than the first mean pore size, which catalyst washcoat composition being disposed in a first zone comprising the inlet surfaces of a first substrate length less than the total substrate length, wherein a second zone comprising the outlet surfaces of a second substrate length contains no washcoat and wherein the sum of the substrate length in the first zone and the substrate length in the second zone is >100%.
||WO||WO/2014/166147 - LED DISPLAY SCREEN||16.10.2014||
||PCT/CN2013/076558||RADIANT OPTO-ELEC TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD.||LU, Chen|
An LED display screen. The display screen is provided with a high-power LED lamp, so that a novel LED display screen integrating the high-power lamp and a display screen is formed. The display screen comprises a display module, a mounting frame, and a power sub-control box. The display screen is characterized in that the high-power LED lamp is mounted on the display module, and the display module and the power sub-control box are mounted on a metal frame to form the display screen. A driving power source, a signal receiving card, a signal transfer board, a quick connector, and the like are mounted in the power sub-control box. A highly-efficient connecting piece used for rapid connection and integration in the process of mounting the display screen is mounted on the mounting frame. According to the solution, the display screen is simple in structure, light in weight, and convenient and rapid to mount, and has a brilliant display effect.
||WO||WO/2014/154081 - MODULAR OCEAN ENERGY POWER GENERATION DEVICE||02.10.2014||
||PCT/CN2014/072874||HANGZHOU LHD INSTITUTE OF NEW ENERGY, LLC||LIN, Dong|
Disclosed is a modular ocean energy power generation device, comprising an outer frame, at least four inner frames and at least four hydro-generator modules, wherein the at least four inner frames are separately arranged in the outer frame, and the at least four hydro-generator modules are respectively arranged in the at least four inner frames. The modular ocean energy power generation device of the present invention is provided with at least four built-in modules, and the hydro-generator modules are arranged in an array mode. By arranging the inner frames and the outer frame which can be separated, modular assembly can be achieved, and the maintenance and installation costs are greatly reduced.
||WO||WO/2014/145068 - COMPOSITIONS, FORMULATIONS AND METHODS FOR TREATING OCULAR DISEASES||18.09.2014||
||PCT/US2014/029723||AERPIO THERAPEUTICS INC.||PETERS, Kevin|
Disclosed herein are compounds effective for activation of Tie-2 and inhibition of HPTP-beta. The compounds can provide effective therapy for conditions associated with angiogenesis, for example, ocular conditions. Formulations for increased solubility are disclosed. Combination therapy with antibodies and PK/PD data are also disclosed.
||WO||WO/2014/134135 - ENHANCED ACKNOWLEDGEMENT HANDLING IN COMMUNICATION PACKET TRANSFER||04.09.2014||
||PCT/US2014/018612||FASTLY INC.||BERGMAN, Artur|
Described herein are methods, systems, and software for handling packet buffering between end users and content servers, such as content delivery nodes. In one example, a method of operating a content server includes generating first and second data packets for first and second content requests. Once generated, the method provides storing the first packets in a packet buffer and transferring the first packets to a first user device. Upon transfer, the first packets are deleted from the packet buffer and replaced with the second packets. Theses second packets are then transferred to a second user device and deleted from the packet buffer. Further, once the packets are transferred to the user devices, the method further includes monitoring for an acknowledgment from the user devices to ensure the packets are received.
||WO||WO/2014/133666 - SUPPORTED COMPOSITE TOOL PACK||04.09.2014||
||PCT/US2013/078168||VETO PRO PAC, LLC||BROUARD, Roger|
A supported composite tool pack according to aspects of the disclosure includes a concave plastic base coupled to a durable fabric body. A substantially rigid support panel divides the interior of the pack and supports the fabric body and contents of the pack with respect to the base. The pack includes a pair of backpack straps permitting the pack to be worn on the back of a user, while keeping both hands free for opening doors, hatches or scaling ladders. The fabric body defines a plurality of organizational structures inside the pack, including but not limited to closed and open pockets, rings and clips for the placement of tools, spare parts and other equipment. The base and support panel maintain the pack and its contents in an upright and accessible position when open or closed, giving the user a stable, protected work platform no matter the environment.
||WO||WO/2014/130807 - DYNAMIC SECURE PACKET BLOCK SIZING||28.08.2014||
||PCT/US2014/017681||FASTLY INC.||BERGMAN, Artur|
Disclosed herein are methods, systems, and software for handling secure transport of data between end users and content serving devices. In one example, a method of operating a content server includes identifying a content request from an end user device. The method further includes, responsive to the user request, determining a transmission control protocol window size and a secure layer protocol block size. The method also provides scaling the secure layer protocol block size to match the transmission control protocol window size, and transferring secure layer protocol packets to the end user device using the scaled secure layer protocol block size.
||WO||WO/2014/130620 - ENHANCED THREAD HANDLING IN SECURITY HANDSHAKING||28.08.2014||
||PCT/US2014/017286||FASTLY INC.||BERGMAN, Artur|
Disclosed herein are methods, systems, and software for handling threaded processes in security handshaking between end users and content delivery nodes are presented. In one example, a method of operating a content delivery node includes identifying a secure layer connection request within an application thread, and initiating a new thread for a security handshake process based on the secure layer connection request. The method further includes, in response to completing the security handshake process, returning to the application thread.
||WO||WO/2014/125047 - DRIVE ARRANGEMENT FOR AN ENGINE ANCILLARY SUCH AS A SUPERCHARGER||21.08.2014||
||PCT/EP2014/052859||TOROTRAK (DEVELOPMENT) LTD||SHAWE, James|
A supercharging arrangement for an internal combustion engine is disclosed. The supercharging arrangement comprises a supercharger having a rotational drive input, and a transmission having a rotational drive input to receive drive from an internal combustion engine, and a rotational drive output connected to the input of the supercharger. The transmission includes a variator operatively connected between the input and the output of the transmission, which variator has an output that is driven at an operating ratio from an input. There is a control system that operates to cause an engine to deliver an amount of torque that is indicated by the state of an input to the control system. The control system is further operative to set the operating ratio of the variator.
||WO||WO/2014/122483 - Pillow adjusting device and method of use||14.08.2014||
||PCT/GB2014/050383||AYDEMIR, Bedir||AYDEMIR, Bedir|
A method of promoting comfort when sleeping or resting by placing a pillow adjusting device (D) underneath a subjects conventional pillow (3). The device (D) creates multi-level head support to assist rest or sleep and reduce next strain when sleeping or resting. The device (D) preferably comprises two pads (1) at a higher level, connected by a central section (2) of a lower level. The user's pillow (3) is placed on top of the device, thus raising the sides of the pillow (3) to a higher level which is more suitable to the user when the user is lying on their side. The central portion (2) is at a more suitable height for when the user is lying on their back. The central portion (2) may contain an additional section (4) to provide neck support when lying on ones back.