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1. WOWO/2012/170042 - SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR THE THERMAL PROCESSING OF ORE BODIES13.12.2012
C22B 4/08
PCT/US2011/042975GLOBAL METAL TECHNOLOGIES LLC.STEPHENS, Thomas Edward
The Inventive System disclosed herein relates to an improved system for extracting metals from ore.

2. WOWO/2012/096627 - SOLAR POWERED LAMP WITH BRIGHTNESS CONTROL19.07.2012
H05B 37/02
PCT/SG2011/000017KAY, Ek Khoon, HobartKAY, Ek Khoon, Hobart
The present invention describes a solar powered garden lamp (100,100a,100b). The lamp (100,100a,100b) includes a lamp assembly, a solar panel (192), a rechargeable battery (150), a sunlight-hour switch (154), an LED (146a,146b) and a control circuit (140). In use, a user estimates the number of hours of sunlight incident on the solar panel (192) and the sunlight-hour switch (154) is calibrated by applying a weather variability factor on a battery charger (142) capacity that is connected to the solar panel. The solar panel (192) converts solar energy into electric power to recharge the battery (150) during the day so that the battery (150) has sufficient power to light up the LED (146a or 146b) at a predetermined brightness continuously from dusk to dawn.

3. WOWO/2012/044274 - FORMULATIONS FOR USE IN SULFUR SCALE CONTROL IN INDUSTRIAL WATER SYSTEMS05.04.2012
C02F 5/00
PCT/US2010/002650AMSA, INC.RELENYI, Attila, G.
Formulations of the present invention contain compounds of Formula (I) that are used as Sulfur Scale Inhibition and/or Removal Agents in the treatment of Industrial Water Systems.

4. WOWO/2012/023678 - AUXILIARY BOILER EXHAUST STRUCTURE FOR A MICRO COMBINED HEAT AND POWER UNIT, AND A COVER ASSEMBLY FOR FORMING AN AUXILIARY BOILER EXHAUST FLOW PATH FOR A MICRO COMBINED HEAT AND POWER UNIT23.02.2012
F24H 8/00
PCT/KR2011/000769KYUNGDONG NAVIEN CO., LTD.PARK, Dae Woong
The present invention relates to an exhaust gas flow path structure for a micro combined heat and power unit. Provided is an auxiliary boiler exhaust structure for a micro combined heat and power unit comprising an electricity-generating Stirling engine which is heated by means of an engine burner, and comprising a hot-water-generating auxiliary boiler which is provided on the upper part of the Stirling engine and has a sensible-heat heat exchanger and a latent-heat heat exchanger; wherein a flow path is formed that links the latent-heat heat exchanger and an engine head for discharging the exhaust gas that has heated the Sterling engine, and the flow path is constituted such that heat exchange is effected while the discharging exhaust gas is flowing from the upper part to the lower part of the latent-heat heat exchanger.

5. WOWO/2011/162834 - ANIMAL-REPELLING SYNTHETIC RESIN COMPOSITION29.12.2011
A01N 25/18
PCT/US2011/023420MINT-X CORPORATIONDUSSICH, Joseph, A., Jr.
A synthetic resin composition for forming an article, such as a container or bag for garbage, or electrical wiring insulation, which repels animals such as rodents, opossum, cats, dogs, and birds. The composition includes a thermoplastic polymer and from 10 to 15,000 ppm by weight of an odorant compound such as a salicylic acid ester, menthol, corn mint oil, eucalyptus oil, and camphor, and combinations thereof. The resin composition may comprise more than one thermoplastic polymer, polyethylene and ethylene/vinyl acetate copolymer being preferred first and second thermoplastic polymers, respectively. In a method for forming the synthetic resin composition, the compound is added to the second polymer in a ratio of about 1:2 parts by weight to form a master blend that then is added to an amount of the first polymer at a master blend percentage of about 1.5%.

6. WOWO/2011/156275 - PORTABLE ELECTRONIC DEVICE CASE ACCESSORIES AND RELATED SYSTEMS AND METHODS15.12.2011
G06F 1/16
PCT/US2011/039287TARGUS GROUP INTERNATIONAL, INC.GALLAGHER, Kevin
Case accessories for portable electronic devices are disclosed. In some embodiments, a case accessory may include a base configured to sit on a working surface, a support coupled to the base and configured to support a portable electronic device in an elevated position, a rotational mechanism coupled to the support configured to allow the holder to rotate in one or more directions relative to the support, and a holder coupled to the rotational mechanism and configured to secure the portable electronic device.

7. WOWO/2011/149602 - HIGH-TEMPERATURE STABLE OXYGEN-CARRIER-CONTAINING PHARMACEUTICAL COMPOSITION01.12.2011
A61K 35/14
PCT/US2011/032594WONG, Bing LouWONG, Bing Lou
A high temperature-stable and highly purified cross-linked (optionally > 70% β-β linked) tetrameric hemoglobin with high efficiency of oxygen delivery suitable for use in mammals without causing renal injury and vasoconstriction is provided. The dimeric form of hemoglobin is degenerated and purification processes are performed on red blood cells from whole blood. Controlled hypotonic lysis in an instant cytolysis apparatus prevents lysis of white blood cells. Nucleic acids from white blood cells and phospholipids impurities are not detected. Blocking of reactive sulfhydryl groups by a sulfhydryl reagent is performed in an oxygenated environment. Flowthrough column chromatography removes different plasma protein impurities. N-acetyl cysteine is added to the cross-linked tetrameric hemoglobin to maintain a low level of met-hemoglobin. The stabilized hemoglobin is preserved in an infusion bag with aluminum overwrap to prevent formation of inactive met-hemoglobin from oxygen intrusion. The product finds use in tissue oxygenation and cancer treatment.

8. WOWO/2011/126469 - PROTEIN PRODUCT AND PROCESS FOR MAKING INJECTABLE PROTEIN PRODUCT13.10.2011
A23L 1/314
PCT/US2010/002041PROTEUS INDUSTRIES, INC.KELLEHER, Stephen, D.
Moisture is retained in cooked or thawed food by adding to the food an aqueous suspension of animal muscle protein obtained from animal muscle tissue. The aqueous suspension is obtained by mixing comminuted animal muscle tissue with a food grade acid to form an aqueous acidic solution of animal muscle protein. The acidic solution is mixed with a food grade base to precipitate the protein in an aqueous composition. The precipitated protein then is comminuted to form an aqueous suspension of comminuted animal muscle protein.

9. WOWO/2011/126470 - PROTEIN PRODUCT AND PROCESS FOR PREPARING INJECTABLE PROTEIN PRODUCT13.10.2011
A23B 4/12
PCT/US2010/002926PROTEUS INDUSTRIES, INC.KELLEHER, Stephen, D.
Moisture is retained in cooked or thawed food by adding to the food an aqueous suspension of animal muscle protein obtained from animal muscle tissue. The aqueous suspension is obtained by mixing comminuted animal muscle tissue with a food grade base to form an aqueous basic solution of animal muscle protein. The basic solution is mixed with a food grade acid to precipitate the protein in an aqueous composition. The precipitated protein then is comminuted to form an aqueous suspension of comminuted animal muscle protein.

10. WOWO/2011/100941 - SCAFFOLD AND METHODS FOR INSTALLING OR REMOVING SUCH A SCAFFOLD25.08.2011
E04G 1/14
PCT/DE2010/075148WILHELM LAYHER VERWALTUNGS-GMBHKRELLER, Helmut
The invention relates to a scaffold (20) and to methods for installing or removing such a scaffold (20), which is constructed of at least two vertical frames (25.1, 25.2) and at least two connecting elements (28.1, 28.2) that each extend substantially horizontally, having the following characteristics: a) at least one vertical frame (25.2) of the vertical frames (25.1, 25.2) is placed onto one vertical frame (25.1, 25.2) of the vertical frames (25.1, 25.2), wherein a vertical frame arrangement (39.1, 39.2) in the form of a vertical frame support (48.1, 48.2) is formed; b) the vertical frames (25.1, 25.2) of the vertical frame support (48.1, 48.2) each comprise at least two parallel vertical supports (30.1, 30.2, 30.3, 30.4), which are arranged at a horizontal distance (31); c) the vertical frames (25.1, 25.2) of the vertical frame support (48.1, 48.2) each comprise at least two parallel horizontal arms (35.1, 35.2, 35.3, 35.4), which are arranged at a vertical distance (36.1, 36.2); d) the horizontal arms (35.1, 35.2, 35.3, 35.4) of the vertical frames (25.1, 25.2) each extend between the at least two vertical supports (30.1, 30.2, 30.3, 30.4) of the respective vertical frame (25.1, 25.2) perpendicularly to said vertical supports (30.1, 30.2, 30.3, 30.4) and are fastened at the ends of said horizontal arms to said vertical supports by welding; e) the connecting elements (28) each extend between a vertical support (30.1, 30.2, 30.3, 30.4) of a vertical frame (25.1, 25.2) and at least one further vertical support (30.1, 30.2, 30.3, 30.4) arranged at a horizontal distance therefrom and are detachably fastened at the ends of said connecting elements to fastening positions (45.1, 45.2, 45.3, 45.4) of said vertical supports (30.1, 30.2, 30.3, 30.4); f) bottom plates (43) are or can be detachably attached to fastening positions (61) in a tiered manner in vertical areas (101.1, 101.2, 101.3, 101.4, 101.5, 101.6) of the scaffold provided one above the other vertically; g) at least one connecting element (28.1, 28.2) of the connecting elements (28.1, 28.2) is used at least during the installation of the scaffold (20) as a hip or back railing element (62.1, 62.2) for protecting a person (63) from falling; h) the vertical supports (30.1, 30.2, 30.3, 30.4) of the vertical frames (25.1, 25.2) each have an effective length (92.1, 92.2), which substantially corresponds to the vertical distance (97) of the fastening position (45.1, 45.2, 45.3, 45.4; 61) for the hip or back railing element (62.1, 62.2) or for the bottom plate (43) from the fastening position (45.1, 45.2, 45.3, 45.4; 61) for the hip or back railing element (62.1, 62.2) or for the bottom plate (43) of a vertical frame (25.2) of the vertical frames (25.1, 25.2) already belonging to the nearest vertical area (101.2, 101.3, 101.4, 101.5, 101.6) and already placed onto the vertical frame (25.1, 25.2) of the vertical area (101.1, 101.2, 101.3, 101.4, 101.5) lying thereunder or which is smaller than said vertical distance (97); i) the horizontal arms (35.1, 35.2, 35.3, 35.4) of the vertical frames (25.1, 25.2) of the vertical frame support (48.1, 48.2) placed one on top of the other each form transverse rungs (35.1, 35.2, 35.3, 35.4) of a ladder (21.1, 21.2) for a person (63) to climb, wherein the top transverse rung (35.1, 35.3) of a vertical frame (25.1, 25.2) of the vertical frames (25.1, 25.2) has a vertical transverse rung distance (36.4) from the lowest transverse rung (35.4) of a vertical frame (25.2) of the vertical frames (25.1, 25.2) already belonging to the nearest vertical area (101.2, 101.3, 101.4, 101.5, 101.6) and already placed onto the vertical frame (25.1, 25.2) of the vertical area (101.1, 101.2, 101.3, 101.4, 101.5) lying thereunder that substantially corresponds to the vertical distance (36.1, 36.2) of the transverse rungs (35.1, 35.2, 35.3, 35.4) of the individual vertical frames (25.1, 25.2) so that all adjacent transverse rungs (35.1, 35.2, 35.3, 35.4) of the ladder (21.1, 21.2) have substantially the same vertical transverse rung distances (36.1, 36.2, 36.4) from each other.


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