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1. WOWO/2010/065001 - METHOD FOR CATALYTICALLY CRACKING PLANT OILS AND ANIMAL FATS10.06.2010
C10G 3/00
PCT/SK2009/050014CVENGROŠ, JánCVENGROŠ, Ján
The invention relates to a method for catalytically cracking natural triacyl glycerols with the goal of producing alternative fuels or components thereof from renewable raw materials. According to the invention, the catalyst is lignocellulose or cellulose in the form of grains, sawdust, particles or fibers, wherein the catalyst particles have at least one dimension between 0.01 and 10 mm. The catalyst is made of wood, straw, hay, dry leaves and various other agricultural wastes and waste from the wood processing industry. The fraction of catalyst in the reaction mixture is between 0.5 and 20 wt %.

2. WOWO/2008/040261 - SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT10.04.2008
C02F 3/12
PCT/CZ2006/000069ENVIRONMENT COMMERCE CZ s.r.o.BIDENKO, Ivan
The sewage treatment plant includes two wall version of the vertical cylindrical activated sludge tank (1), which is characterized by the fact that the two parallel dividing walls (4) are situated in the central part of the this tank (1), which determinate the central part (5) of the sewage treatment plant for the aerobic stabilization of the activated sludge, and simultaneously, within the space between them and the outer wall (3), create two functional symmetrically arranged areas for the sewage water and treating cultures. The separate sedimentation tanks (6) of downward tapered section are situated in these two areas. A hollow cylinder (20) is vertically situated in the axis of each sedimentation tank (6). These hollow cylinders are connected by the cross intake ducting (19) to inner area of the activated sludge tank as well as to inner area of the sedimentation tank (6) so that their outer side is adjoined by the bio-filter unit (7). Perforated piping (13) of the pressure air distribution system is situated on the bottom of the activated sludge tank. The central part (5) of the sewage treatment plant tank is vertically divided into several interconnected chambers creating a selector (9) which is connect with its inlet to the outlet of the rough contamination separator (10) or to the outlet of the drum separator (11) situated outside the sewage treatment plant tank (1), and with its outlet to the round denitrification area (16) inside the tank (1) which is arranged between the both walls (2, 3) of the sewage treatment plant tank (1) into which blenders (18) are situated to ensure the movement of the water and sludge mixture throughout the whole capacity of the denitrification area (16). This denitrification area (16) is connected by means of the through holes to the part of the activated sludge tank (1) in the area of the bio-filter units (7) into which the connection to the sedimentation lank (6) I is 'issued by the cross duct (19) while the bottom area of the sedimentation tank (6) is connected to the central part (5) of the sewage treatment plant.

3. WOWO/2007/132414 - BUILDING BLEND, ESPECIALLY FOR ROAD SURFACES22.11.2007
E01C 7/26
PCT/IB2007/051788BLAZEK, LadislavBLAZEK, Ladislav
Building blend, especially for road surfaces comprising aggregate, filler, rubber granulate and binder, whereby the blend comprises at least 30 percent by weight of aggregate with grain size from 4 to 16 mm, at least 7 percent by weight of aggregate with grain size from 4 to 8 mm, at least 15 percent by weight of aggregate with grain size from 0 to 4 mm, at least 1 percent by weight of ground limestone, at least 0,3 percent by weight of peletted rubber and at least 5 percent by weight of asphalt.

4. WOWO/2007/128796 - PEPTIDES FOR USE IN DIAGNOSING THE PRESENCE OF RUPTURED ATHEROSCLEROTIC LESIONS IN AN INDIVIDUAL15.11.2007
C07K 7/00
PCT/EP2007/054373UNIVERSITEIT MAASTRICHT / CARIMCLEUTJENS, Catharina, Barbara, Josephina, Maria
The present invention relates to peptides that are able to interact with ruptured atherosclerotic plaque-associated antibodies, which peptides comprise an immunoreactive part of one of the amino acid sequences according to SEQ ID NOS: 1-25. The invention further relates to a diagnostic reagent comprising the peptides, to the use of the method and to a method and test kit for the diagnosis of a sample from an individual for the presence therein of antibodies that are indicative of the presence of ruptured atherosclerotic plaques in the individual.

5. WOWO/2007/109005 - METHOD FOR THE PURIFICATION OF TRIORGANOPHOSPHITES BY TREATMENT WITH A BASIC ADDITIVE27.09.2007
C07F 9/02
PCT/US2007/006242INVISTA TECHNOLOGIES S.A R.L.RITTER, Joachim, C.
The invention provides a method for separating one or more triorganophosphite components from a crude phosphite mixture containing acidic hydrolysis products, the method comprising: contacting said crude phosphite mixture with a basic additive to produce a second mixture comprising a first phase and a second phase, wherein said first phase comprises the basic additive and one or more components independently selected from the group consisting of (R2O)(R3O)POH, (R1O)(HO)PO(H) and H3PO3, wherein R1, R2 and R3 are independently selected from the group consisting of C1 to C18 alkyl, C6 to C18 aryl and hydroxyaryl, and C3 to C18 cycloalkyl and hydroxyalkyl radicals, and wherein R2 and R3 can optionally be connected to each other directly by a chemical bond or through an intermediate divalent group R9; and said second phase comprises one or more triorganophosphite components independently selected from the group consisting of (R4O)(R5O)P(OR6) and ((R7O)(R8O)PO)nA, wherein R4, R5, R6, R7 and R8 are independently selected from the group consisting of C1 to C18 alkyl, C6 to C18 aryl and C3 to C18 cycloalkyl radicals, wherein each of R4, R5 and R6 can optionally be connected to one or both of the other two directly by a chemical bond or through an intermediate divalent group R10, wherein R7 and R8 can optionally be connected to each other directly by a chemical bond or through an intermediate divalent group R11, wherein A is an optionally substituted or unsubstituted aliphatic, aromatic or heteroaromatic radical, and wherein n is an integer greater than 1; and R9, R10, and R11 are independently selected from the group consisting of - O-, -S-, and -CH(R12)-, wherein R12 is selected from the group consisting of H, C6 to C18 aryl, and C1 to C18 alkyl.

6. WOWO/2007/070362 - INDOLONE COMPOUNDS USEFUL TO TREAT COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT21.06.2007
A61K 31/404
PCT/US2006/046826HELICON THERAPEUTICS, INC.BLACKBURN, Thomas, P.
This invention provides a method of treating a subject suffering from a cognitive impairment or a cognitive disorder which comprises administering to the subject an amount of an indolone compound effective to treat the subject's cognitive impairment or disorder.

7. WOWO/2007/064172 - STEEL SHEET FOR HOT PRESS FORMING HAVING EXCELLENT HEAT TREATMENT AND IMPACT PROPERTY, HOT PRESS PARTS MADE OF IT AND THE METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING THEREOF07.06.2007
C22C 38/04
PCT/KR2006/005155POSCOOH, Jin-Keun
Disclosed is a steel sheet that exhibits an ultra-high strength after hot press forming followed by rapid cooling, and an enhanced yield strength after painting. The steel sheet has a composition comprising 0.1% to 0.5% by weight of C, 0.01% to 1.0% by weight of Si, 0.5% to 4.0% by weight of Mn, 0.1 % by weight or less of P, 0.03% by weight or less of S, 0.1 % by weight of soluble Al, 0.01% to 0.1% by weight of N, 0.3% by weight or less of W, and the balance Fe and other inevitable impurities. Further disclosed are a hot-pressed part made of the steel sheet and a method for manufacturing the hot-pressed part. The hot-pressed part achieves a high increment in yield strength after heat treatment for painting while ensuring an ultra-high tensile strength. Furthermore, the hot-pressed part exhibits superior adhesion to a coatinglayer, good surface appearance and improved corrosion resistance after painting.

8. WOWO/2007/039293 - BALL-AND SOCKET JOINT12.04.2007
F16D 3/223
PCT/EP2006/009612SHAFT-FORM-ENGINEERING GMBHJACOB, Werner
The invention relates to a ball-and socket joint (1) which is embodied as a counter path joint and which comprises an inner hub (4), wherein first outer grooves (16) and second outer grooves (17) are arranged in an alternating and distributed manner about the inner external hub axis (9) on the external surface. An annular-shaped cage (5), which is guided on the inner hub (4), is arranged between the inner hub and the external hub. Insertion surfaces (24, 25), which extend from the output-side end, which have an undercut free design and which extend in the direction of the output side end, are provided.

9. WOWO/2007/036343 - JOINT SHAFT AND ROLLER DISPLACEMENT UNIT THEREFOR05.04.2007
B60K 17/22
PCT/EP2006/009342SHAFT-FORM-ENGINEERING GMBHDISSER, Claus
The invention relates to a joint shaft comprising two shaft sections which are connected together in a rigid manner via a central shaft which is embodied as a constant velocity fixed joint. A constant velocity fixed joint is arranged on the end of each shaft section, which is oriented away from the central joint. At least one roller displacement unit, which enables both shaft sections to be displaced in an axial manner in relation to each other, is also provided.

10. WOWO/2007/016878 - METHOD OF THE PHASE-SENSITIVE EVALUATION OF THE CONDUCTIVE CURRENT OF THE TRACK CIRCUIT15.02.2007
G01R 19/25
PCT/CZ2006/000050AZD PRAHA S.R.O.FARAN, Antonín
The method of the phase-sensitive evaluation of the conductive current (KP) of the track circuit (KO) is performed in such a manner, that its course is investigated for the presence of the first frequency (1 K), the second frequency (2K) up to the last frequency (PK), and the respective time windows (1 CO, 2CO up to PCO) are assigned to those frequencies, by which the time segmentation of the conductive current (KP) is performed with the aim of stating the values of all primary-range, secondary-range up to the last- range partial amplitudes (1 PA, 2PA up to PPA) of actual values (OH) of the conductive current (KP), as well as the values of all respective primary-range, secondary-range up to the last-range partial phases (1 PF, 2PF- up to PPF) of the actual values (OH) of the conductive current (KP) so, hat the values of all primary-range, secondary-range, up to the last-range effective components (US1 , US2 up to USP) are evaluated as above-limit values (N), if they have at one polarity, i.e. if they have the relevant phase (KRF), for a longer period than critical time (KC) is the above-limit value (NH), necessary for the excitation of the track receiver (KPR) in terms of the criterion (KR) of the endangering currents (OP). In analyzer (A) the conductive current (KP) can be analysed so, that the presence of the first frequency (1 K), the second frequency (2K), up to the last frequency (PK) is investigated by means of the first adaptive filter (1AF) tuned for the first frequency (1 K), the second adaptive filter (2AF) tuned for the second frequency (2K), up to the last adaptive filter (PAF) tuned for the last frequency (PK).


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