||WO||WO/2013/077804 - ADVERTISEMENT DELIVERY METHOD||30.05.2013||
||PCT/SE2012/051296||VIVALECT AB||LUNDIN, Philip|
It is provided a method for distributing a multimedia message to a user having an electronic communication device comprising a packet based communication application stored thereon, the method comprising initiating a communication between the user and a recipient using the packet based communication application, determining the availability of a multimedia message stored locally on a the electronic communication device, providing the locally stored multimedia message to the user, connecting the user to the recipient for allowing a communication between the user and the recipient when the multimedia message has been provided to the user, requesting an updated multimedia message based on a profile of the user, and storing the updated multimedia message locally on the electronic communication device.
||WO||WO/2013/028053 - A SOLID PROPELLANT FIRE EXTINGUISHING SYSTEM||28.02.2013||
||PCT/MY2012/000087||PYROGEN MANUFACTURING SDN BHD||BEREZOVSKY, Julia|
A fire extinguishing system comprises a hermetically sealed storage canister (1 10) fabricated with at least one gas outlet (1 1 1) and defining a hollow (1 12) within; a powder form fire extinguishing agent (120) stored inside the canister (1 10): a solid propellant (130), which is ignitable to generate gases (135); connected to the canister (1 10); and a rupturable seal (140) disposed at the gas outlet (1 1 1), wherein the solid propellant (130) generates gasses to aerate the fire extinguishing agent (120) inside the canister (1 10) and build a positive gas pressure until the gas pressure is sufficient to rupture the seal (140) for discharging the fire extinguishing agent (120) under pressurized gas flow (150).
||WO||WO/2013/023116 - LOW NOX FUEL INJECTION FOR AN INDURATING FURNACE||14.02.2013||
||PCT/US2012/050245||FIVES NORTH AMERICAN COMBUSTION, INC.||CAIN, Bruce, E.|
A method delivers fuel gas to a furnace combustion chamber from a premix burner having a reaction zone with an outlet to the furnace combustion chamber. This includes the steps of injecting a premix of primary fuel gas and combustion air into the reaction zone, and combusting the premix to provide combustion products including vitiated combustion air in the reaction zone. Further steps include injecting staged fuel gas into the reaction zone separately from the premix, discharging the staged fuel gas and vitiated combustion air from the reaction zone through the outlet to the furnace combustion chamber, and combusting the staged fuel gas and vitiated combustion air in the furnace combustion chamber. This enables low NOx combustion in the furnace combustion chamber to be achieved as a result of interacting the staged fuel gas with the vitiated combustion air in the reaction zone.
||WO||WO/2013/021636 - SILICON CARBIDE SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE AND METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING SAME||14.02.2013||
||PCT/JP2012/005040||DENSO CORPORATION||TAKEUCHI, Yuichi|
This semiconductor device has: a silicon carbide semiconductor substrate (5); a transistor formed in a cell region (R1) of the semiconductor substrate (5); and a high withstand voltage structure formed in a region (R2) that surrounds the outer circumference of the cell region (R1). The semiconductor substrate (5) has: a first conductivity-type substrate (1); a first conductivity-type drift layer (2) on the first conductivity-type substrate (1); a second conductivity-type layer (3) on the drift layer (2); and a first conductivity-type layer (4) on the second conductivity-type layer (3). The high withstand voltage structure has: a first recessed section (17), which surrounds the outer circumference of the cell region (R1), and reaches the drift layer (2); a trench (13, 45) that surrounds the outer circumference of the cell region (R1), said trench being at a position on the side surface on the inner circumferential side of the first recessed section (17); and a second conductivity-type embedded layer (15, 46), which is embedded in the trench (13, 45), and constitutes the side surface of the first recessed section (17).
||WO||WO/2013/022356 - CONDUIT CONNECTOR FOR A PATIENT BREATHING DEVICE||14.02.2013||
||PCT/NZ2012/000142||FISHER & PAYKEL HEALTHCARE LIMITED||GULLIVER, Laurence|
In an embodiment, a connector or connector assembly for attaching a nasal cannula with a gas delivery hose includes a sensor port for a sensor probe positioned near an end of a nasal cannula, which can allow the sensor probe to be placed closer to the patient's nostrils than previous connector parts allowed. In an embodiment, the connector is configured to advantageously allow the nasal cannula to rotate relative to the gas delivery hose, thereby allowing a patient or healthcare provider to untangle or otherwise straighten the hose or the cannula. In an embodiment, the connector assembly is configured to automatically align locking protrusions on a first component with locking recesses on a second component, where insertion of the second component within the first component causes the second component to rotate relative to the first component, thereby aligning the locking protrusions with associated locking recesses.
||WO||WO/2013/013701 - AQUEOUS BINDER COMPOSITIONS||31.01.2013||
||PCT/EP2011/062694||ALLNEX AUSTRIA GMBH||BILLIANI, Johann|
The invention relates to mixtures of at least one acrylic resin dispersion A and a second dispersion B which is at least one of a polyurethane dispersion B1 which comprises, in its polymer, moieties derived from grafted fatty acids, and a mixture B2 of a polyurethane dispersion B21 and an aqueously dispersed alkyd resin B22, and to a method of use thereof for coating of porous substrates.
||WO||WO/2013/012382 - DEVICE AND SYSTEM FOR GAS LEAKAGE DETECTION AND ALARM||24.01.2013||
||PCT/SE2012/050811||LOGICO2 ONLINE SARL||HANSSON, Bo|
The present invention relates to a gas-detecting unit for detection of C02 and an alarming unit, said gas-detecting unit and said alarming unit being integrated to comprise one device, and wherein said device is adapted to withstand harsh environments and cleaning of the device.
||WO||WO/2013/002697 - A METHOD FOR PRODUCING A NEUTRON DETECTOR COMPONENT COMPRISING A BORON CARBIDE LAYER FOR USE IN A NEUTRON DETECTING DEVICE||03.01.2013||
||PCT/SE2011/050891||EUROPEAN SPALLATION SOURCE ESS AB||HULTMAN, Lars|
Disclosed is a method for producing a neutron detector component (1 ) comprising a neutron detecting boron carbide layer (2) comprising boron-10 arranged on a substantially neutron transparent substrate (3). Disclosed is also a neutron detecting device (30) comprising a plurality of neutron detector components (1 ) arranged as a stack (32). The method comprising, placing (120) the substantially neutron transparent substrate (3) and at least one source of coating material (16) comprising carbon and boron-10 inside a coating chamber (10). The coating chamber (10) is then evacuated (146) to a pressure that is at most 6 mPa and at least a coating surface (3a) of the substantially neutron transparent substrate (3) is heated (144) to an elevated temperature that is at least 100°C. The method uses physical vapor deposition using the at least one source of coating material (16) when said pressure and said elevated temperature are reached, and coating (150) the neutron detecting boron carbide layer (2) comprising boron-10 to a desired thickness (t). The method enabling improved adhesion of the boron carbide layer to the substantially neutron transparent substrate.
||WO||WO/2012/177243 - VEHICLE WITH FAULT ISOLATION AND RESPONSE CONTROL||27.12.2012||
||PCT/US2011/041334||INTERNATIONAL TRUCK INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY COMPANY, LLC||BISSONTZ, Jay E.|
In a vehicle data network with power storage and distribution systems, a ground fault detector or ground insulation monitoring device provides detection of power leakages. Integrity of the power system is reported to a body computer connected to the data network. Responsive to detection of leakage, controllers for high voltage sub-systems report out of norm power usage compared to expected power demand. The system can take corrective actions including: indicating to the operator occurrence of a ground fault; indicating the likely to the source of the fault; reconfiguring operation of the sub-system which is the likely source of the fault, including turning the sub-system off but not otherwise restricting vehicle operation; turning the sub-system off or limiting its operation after a limited time allowing the operator to configure the vehicle for restricted operation; or, placing the vehicle in a restrictive mode of operation.
||WO||WO/2012/172168 - METHOD FOR IMPROVING THE REDUCTION DEGREE IN THE SMELTING OF FERROALLOY||20.12.2012||
||PCT/FI2012/050580||OUTOKUMPU OYJ||MÄKELÄ, Tuomo|
The invention relates to a method for improving the reduction degree of metal components in a chromite concentrate when smelting ferroalloy suitable for manufacturing of stainless steel. The chromite concentrate is fed together with nickel-containing raw material so that by means the amount of nickel-containing raw material it is achieved a desired reduction degree for the metal components of ferroalloy.