||WO||WO/2015/010151 - WRAPPING WEB ASSEMBLY AND WRAPPING METHOD||29.01.2015||
||PCT/AU2013/001352||DOMINION TAPES PTY LTD||ALLEN, Samuel Lance|
There is provided a wrapping web (11) having transverse tape assemblies (12) released from a double sided release film (13) and cut to length. The tape assemblies (12) comprise a double sided adhesive tape portion (14) adhered to the baling web (11) and an adhesive tape laminate portion (15) having a release surface overlying the double sided adhesive tape portion (14). The exposed adhesive layer (17) of the adhesive tape (15) permanently adheres to the back surface (24) of the web (11) as it is rolled up. The wrapping web assembly (10) is deployed by unwinding from an accumulator spool into a baling assembly. As the web (11) unspools from the accumulator spool, peel forces are applied to the tape assembly (12) causing separation of the adhesive (14) and double sided adhesive (15) tape portions. This presents an exposed adhesive layer (20) whereby the web (11) can be closed over itself to close the wrapping of a product such as cotton.
||WO||WO/2015/010152 - STORAGE CASSETTE AND RACK SYSTEM FOR BIOSPECIMENS||29.01.2015||
||PCT/AU2014/000564||BLUECHIIP LIMITED||CHAFFEY, Jason, Phillip|
A storage cassette, including: a housing having a substantially hollow interior to receive a biospecimen container via a housing opening; a cover for closing the housing opening; a lock mechanism to be moved between a locked position in which the cover is maintained in a closed position and an unlocked position in which the cover can be moved to an open position; and a latch mechanism which, when the storage cassette is inserted into a rack, prevents inadvertent removal of the storage cassette from the rack. A rack, including a plurality of stacked rack elements, each rack element including an interlocking mechanism for securing adjacent rack elements, wherein each rack element is adapted to receive a storage cassette or each rack element includes a housing having a substantially hollow interior to receive a biospecimen container via a housing opening and a cover for closing the housing opening.
||WO||WO/2015/010163 - SYSTEM FOR USE IN MOUNTING AN EXCHANGEABLE WEAR LINING ELEMENT||29.01.2015||
||PCT/AU2014/050134||RUSSELL MINERAL EQUIPMENT PTY LTD||VALLER, Gregory Oliver|
A method of mounting an exchangeable wear lining element at an inner surface of a mill wall that is subject to wear, and said wear lining element is supported at the free end of a lifting device that is controlled during the handling of the wear lining element during a mounting operation. The wall is provided a first set of holes and the wear lining element is equipped with a second set of holes. The wear lining element is intended to be tightened against the surface by means of attachment means that are introduced through the first set and second set of holes. At least one three-dimensional sensor is arranged to be introduced into one of said holes of either said first set or second set of holes, in such a manner that the field of view of said sensor will be at least one of the second set of holes when said sensor is inside one of the holes of the first set of holes, or will be at least one of the first set of holes when said sensor is inside one of the holes of the second set of holes. The sensor is arranged to transmit a signal that represents a relative position between itself and the respective hole within its field of view, and provide an image and with the guidance of said image the mounting position of said wear lining element at the wall can be determined.
||WO||WO/2015/010164 - ENHANCING VISION FOR A VISION IMPAIRED USER||29.01.2015||
||PCT/AU2014/050142||NATIONAL ICT AUSTRALIA LIMITED||BARNES, Nick|
This disclosure concerns a method for enhancing vision for a vision impaired user comprises. A processor, such as a controller of a retinal prosthesis, determines based on input image data a shape associated with an object represented by the input image data. The processor then determines for each of multiple areas of the input image data a coverage value that indicates to what extent the shape covers that area of the input image. Each of the multiple areas is associated with one of multiple imaging elements of the retinal prosthesis. The processor then determines an output value for each of the multiple imaging elements of the retinal prosthesis, such that when the output values are applied to the imaging elements to create a visual stimulus, a contrast is perceivable between a first element and a second element based on their respective coverage values.
||WO||WO/2015/010166 - COMPOSITIONS AND METHODS FOR DENTAL MINERALIZATION||29.01.2015||
||PCT/AU2014/050144||THE UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE||REYNOLDS, Eric Charles|
The present invention relates to compositions for mineralizing a dental surface, in particular tooth enamel. Methods of mineralizing hypomineralized lesions (including subsurface lesions) in the tooth enamel caused by dental caries, dental corrosion and fluorosis are also provided. In particular, the invention relates to a method of mineralizing a dental surface or subsurface comprising contacting the dental surface or subsurface with a compound that is capable of increasing or maintaining the pH of a solution and a mineralizing agent.
||WO||WO/2015/010157 - ADJUSTABLE SUPER FINE CRUSHER||29.01.2015||
||PCT/AU2014/000746||IMP TECHNOLOGIES PTY LTD||KELSEY, Christopher George|
A mill for the comminution of particulate material by impact means including a shell rotating at super critical velocity and a gyrating mandrel. Material introduced to the mill forms a bed on the inner surface of the shell and is then crushed by the impact of the gyrating mandrel. The axis of rotation of the shell is in angularly displaced from the axis of gyration of the mandrel to transport material through the mill.
||WO||WO/2015/010158 - ROLLER||29.01.2015||
||PCT/AU2014/000747||EZIFIX MINING SOLUTIONS PTY LTD||ARIF, Maxwell Olgun|
The present invention provides a roller (11) comprising a shaft (13) and an end cap assembly rotatably secured adjacent each end of the shaft. The roller also comprises a roller casing (31) extending between the end cap assemblies wherein the roller casing is a composite material comprising at least an inner layer (35) and an outer layer (37) wherein the outer layer has wear resistant properties.
||WO||WO/2015/010160 - A MISTING APPARATUS AND DUST SUPPRESSION SYSTEM EMPLOYING THE SAME||29.01.2015||
||PCT/AU2014/000751||FLINDERS PORTS PTY LTD||PELLIZZARI, Andrew Mark|
The present invention relates to a dust suppression system for use in a container, and a misting apparatus therefor. In one form, the dust suppression, system comprises at least one misting apparatus for contributing to the creation of a mist layer for preventing the es cape of the dust from the container, the misting: apparatus comprising a means for generating an airflow, and a means ibr producing a mist in the airflow so that the mist is carried by the airflow.
||WO||WO/2015/010165 - GEO-LOCATED ACTIVITY VISUALISATION, EDITING AND SHARING||29.01.2015||
||PCT/AU2014/050143||NATIONAL ICT AUSTRALIA LIMITED||COOPER, Chris|
This disclosure relates to visualising geographic positions in a three-dimensional virtual environment. A processor receives position data indicative of a geographic position of an object and generates a first image of the virtual environment which represents a view from an initial observation position in the virtual environment in an initial direction based on an initial target position in the virtual environment. The processor then determines an updated target position that is closer to the virtual position of the object than the initial target position and determining an updated observation position that is closer to a desired observation position than the initial observation position. The processor then generates a second image of the virtual environment which represents a view from the updated observation position in the virtual environment in an updated direction based on the updated target position in the virtual environment.
||WO||WO/2015/010167 - HIGH CONCENTRATION DOPING IN SILICON||29.01.2015||
||PCT/AU2014/050146||NEWSOUTH INNOVATIONS PTY LIMITED||HALLAM, Brett Jason|
A silicon device, has a plurality of crystalline silicon regions. One crystalline silicon region is a doped crystalline silicon region. Deactivating some or all of the dopant atoms in the doped crystalline silicon region is achieved by introducing hydrogen atoms into the doped 5 crystalline silicon region, whereby the hydrogen coulombicly bonds with some or all of the dopant atoms to deactivate the respective dopant atoms. Deactivated dopant atoms may be reactivated by heating and illuminating the doped crystalline silicon region to break at least some of the dopant - hydrogen bonds while maintaining conditions to create a high concentration of neutral hydrogen atoms whereby 10 some of the hydrogen atoms diffuse from the doped crystalline silicon region without re- binding to the dopant atoms.