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|1.||WO||WO/2012/004802 - CONTINUOUS FLOW PROCESS FOR THE PREPARATION OF SULPHOXIDE COMPOUNDS||12.01.2012||
|PCT/IN2010/000456||COUNCIL OF SCIENTIFIC & INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH||KULKARNI, Amol, Arvind|
A continuous micromixer based process for the synthesis of sulphoxide compounds with a reaction time of less than or equal one minute is disclosed. The process shows selectivity of > 95% towards the sulphoxide compounds.
|2.||WO||WO/2011/138678 - COMPOSITIONS, GELS AND FOAMS WITH RHEOLOGY MODULATORS AND USES THEREOF||10.11.2011||
|PCT/IB2011/001374||FOAMIX LTD.||TAMARKIN, Dov|
The present disclosure relates generally to compositions for cosmetic or pharmaceutical application. The compositions include a carrier and rheology modulators.
|3.||WO||WO/2011/107823 - AIR CONDENSER||09.09.2011||
|PCT/IB2010/002789||GEA ENERGIETECHNIK GMBH||SCHOLZ, Alexander|
The invention relates to an air condenser comprising tube bundles (13, 14) for condensing steam, said tube bundles (13, 14) being oriented upwards and forming lateral walls (3, 4) of a cell (2) in the shape of a polygon which is peripherally closed and which extends vertically. A fan (7) is disposed above the polygon. Two of the peripheral lateral walls (3, 4) of the cell (2) are formed from tube bundles (13, 14), said lateral walls (3, 4) forming an angle (W) of less than 90°, and the at least one further lateral wall (5, 6, 9, 10) is impermeable to air.
|4.||WO||WO/2011/104722 - A NON PRESSURE COMPENSATED DRIP IRRIGATION EMITTER WITH MULTIFLOW FACILITY||01.09.2011||
|PCT/IN2011/000072||PATEL, Parixit, Amrutbhai||PATEL, Parixit, Amrutbhai|
The present invention provides a non pressure compensated drip emitter with multiflow facility, the drip emitter being placed inside a pipe of a drip irrigation system, the drip emitter comprising: a housing; at least two inlets through which water enter inside the emitter; a filter system being fitted at each inlet to ensure pure supply of water inside the emitter; three pools of water from only one of which water get discharged out of emitter and from emitter to the land to be irrigated via opening provided over periphery of the pipe of the drip irrigation system, the two pools out of three having the same capacity of discharging the water at a first flow rate and the said two pools are placed at the ends of the housing, the third pool is placed in the middle and having a capacity of discharging the water at a second flow rate, the second flow rate being greater than the first flow rate; a labyrinth in fluid communication with each pool and the filter system, the water entering through each inlet passes into labyrinth through respective filter system and from labyrinth to the outside of the pipe through one of the pool depending upon the selected flow rate of water, the labyrinth comprises a plurality of zigzag water paths; wherein the labyrinth connects middle pool with remaining two pools through the zigzag water path in such a way that even in case of partial clogging of the zigzag water path, the remaining partial zigzag water path remain active and ensure the discharge of water at a selected flow rate from the emitter.
|5.||WO||WO/2011/100010 - SENSORS AND METHODS FOR DETECTING PEROXIDE BASED EXPLOSIVES||18.08.2011||
|PCT/US2010/057393||UNIVERSITY OF UTAH RESEARCH FOUNDATION||ZANG, Ling|
Methods, compositions, and systems for detecting explosives is disclosed and described. A sensor for detecting explosives can comprise a porous hydrophilic material modified with a titanium oxo compound having the following structure (I) where L is a ligand. Additionally, the porous hydrophilic material can be capable of detecting hydrogen peroxide vapor by complexing the titanium oxo compound and the hydrogen peroxide to provide a color change.
|6.||WO||WO/2011/092397 - LOAD-CARRYING SYSTEM FOR TRANSPORT AEROPLANE||04.08.2011||
|PCT/FR2011/000034||MBDA FRANCE||JAURAND, Benoît|
The system (1) comprises an outer container (15) which is fixed, directly and fully, in the hold of the transport aeroplane (AC), and in which there is an inner container (4) that can be moved longitudinally and brought from a first carriage position in which it is situated fully inside said outer container (15) into a second, off-loading, position (P2) in which it is longitudinally offset towards the rear of the aircraft (AC) so that a part (7) of said inner container (4) is then situated outside the transport aeroplane (AC).
|7.||WO||WO/2011/089548 - A TOILET FLUSHING SYSTEM FOR REUSING GRAY WATER||28.07.2011||
|PCT/IB2011/050211||NEHEMIAH KAPLAN INVESTMENTS LTD.||KAPLAN, Nehemiah|
The system is designed for reuse of household gray water by a flush toilet. Gray water from sinks, showers, baths, washing machines and the like are pumped and led into a toilet tank. If necessary, the tank can be filled by potable water. The system may use the normal existent flushing tanks, and does not necessarily require any additional storage tank. The system may use an especially designed tank.
|8.||WO||WO/2011/090749 - ENHANCED EDGE SEAL DESIGN FOR ORGANIC LIGHT EMITTING DIODE (OLED) ENCAPSULATION||28.07.2011||
|PCT/US2010/062352||GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY||KOSTKA, James, Michael|
A light source assembly and associated method of forming same includes a generally planar light emitting device (102) having parallel first and second generally planar surfaces that are interconnected along a perimeter. A seal extends over at least a portion of the light emitting device. Further, a sidewall portion (142) encloses the perimeter of a light emitting device, and a cover portion (144) may extend over at least a portion of the light emitting device. The method includes folding perimeter edges of an enlarged backsheet, or providing a frame seal that is dimensioned so that perimeter edges may be folded over the light emitting device.
|9.||WO||WO/2011/087843 - PRODUCING HYDROCARBONS FROM OIL SHALE BASED ON CONDITIONS UNDER WHICH PRODUCTION OF OIL AND BITUMEN ARE OPTIMIZED||21.07.2011||
|PCT/US2010/061804||SERVICES PETROLIERS SCHLUMBERGER||BOSTROM, Neil|
Kerogen in oil shale is converted to bitumen, oil, gases and coke via a retorting process. The vaporizable oil and gases are then recovered. Following the retorting process, bitumen is recovered via solvent extraction. The overall conversion process is enhanced by calculating conditions to optimize recovery of both oil and bitumen. This can be accomplished by either separately calculating conditions for which production of vaporizable oil and production of bitumen are optimized, or calculating conditions for which production of vaporizable oil and production of bitumen are optimized by applying a maximizing function to combined vaporizable oil and bitumen data. An advantage of this technique is that greater efficiency is achieved because the time duration of heating associated with the retorting process can be reduced and product yields increased.
|10.||WO||WO/2011/084537 - SOLAR ENERGY GENERATION SYSTEM||14.07.2011||
|PCT/US2010/060600||JOHNSON, Victor, F.||JOHNSON, Victor, F.|
Embodiments of a solar energy generation system are disclosed. The solar energy generation system may be adapted for use with a right of way or may be adapted to at least partially cover buildings or objects. In one embodiment adapted for use with a right of way, the solar energy generation system includes a plurality of support members that extend over at least some of the right of way and are configured to support an array of solar cell modules. The solar cell modules may be elongated units that are disposed substantially parallel to each other and to the local direction of the right of way. The solar cell modules can include one or more photovoltaic panels on an upper surface and can have a lower surface that is aerodynamically shaped to provide a downward aerodynamic force when wind flows past the solar cell module.