||WO||WO/2014/186816 - IMPROVED CONTAINER WITH OPENING||27.11.2014||
||PCT/AU2013/000542||SANDS INNOVATIONS PTY LTD||STEVENS, David John|
A container including: a body having a cavity for storing dispensable contents; a rim of the body defining an opening of the cavity; a flange extending outwardly away from the rim of the body; a cover affixed to the flange to seal the dispensable contents within the cavity; and a fracture portion located on the body, the fracture portion having a break path, whereby the container fractures along the break path upon the application of force exceeding a predetermined level on either side of the fracture portion, wherein the break path along which the container fractures extends beyond a single plane such that the break path includes a main portion having a fracture point in one plane and end portions each having a terminus in another plane.
||WO||WO/2014/186817 - METHOD FOR THE TREATMENT OF GAS||27.11.2014||
||PCT/AU2014/000201||SUSTAINABLE ENHANCED ENERGY PTY LTD||FISHER, William|
A method for the treatment of gas generated by the combustion of fossil fuel in a first combustion chamber, the method comprising the steps of transferring the gas to a second combustion chamber, combusting the gas in the second furnace in the presence of oxygen and a fuel source to generate waste gas and treating the waste gas to produce a concentrated carbon dioxide stream.
||WO||WO/2014/186819 - PROCESS FOR FORMING POLYACRYLAMIDE MEMBRANES||27.11.2014||
||PCT/AU2014/000376||NUSEP HOLDINGS LIMITED||CHOI, Hung Yoon|
A process for producing a plurality of polyacrylamide membranes comprising (a) providing acrylamide monomer solution and crosslinking agent to a membrane casting vessel; (b) providing a casting plate to the bottom of the vessel; (c) providing a membrane substrate on the casting plate; (d) providing a casting plate on the membrane substrate; (e) repeating steps (c) to (d) to form a plurality of layers of casting plates and membrane substrates; (f) providing a weighting material to the plurality of layers; and (g) allowing the acrylamide monomer to polymerize to the membrane substrates to form polyacrylamide membranes; wherein at least one casting plate is a heat-resistant plastic film.
||WO||WO/2014/186818 - A GOLF PUTTER||27.11.2014||
||PCT/AU2014/000311||STAR GLOBE PTY LTD||SUSSICH, Paul|
The invention provides a golf putter comprising a putter head. The putter head has a substantially arcuate base and a striking surface that has no loft angle relative to the ground engaging surface. The base of the putter head has a continuous linear ground engaging portion extending at a right angle from the front striking surface. This golf putter will present a consistently shaped striking surface to the golf ball for a range of lie angles allowing the golf putter to be used by players of different height, technique and relative positioning with respect to the golf ball.
||WO||WO/2014/186820 - AN ALARM SYSTEM||27.11.2014||
||PCT/AU2014/000456||GAVRIEL, Bar||GAVRIEL, Bar|
An alarm system fox a vehicle, comprising a, trigger monitor in communication, with a trigger sensor and a safety belt sensor, the trigger monitor arranged to receive from the safety belt sensor a safety belt signal indicating that a safety belt in the vehicle is retained by a corresponding safety belt retainer; and upon receipt of the safety belt signal, monitor the trigger sensor to determine whether or not a trigger condition is met with respect to the trigger sensor; and an alarm generator in communication with the trigger monitor, the alarm generator arranged to generate an alarm signal upon a determination by the trigger monitor that the trigger condition is met.
||WO||WO/2014/186843 - TARGETED DELIVERY OF DRUGS TO THE MYOMETRIUM||27.11.2014||
||PCT/AU2014/050049||NEWCASTLE INNOVATION LIMITED||HUA, Susan|
Provided herein are methods and compositions for the targeted delivery to myometrial tissue of one or more agents capable of regulating contractility of myometrial tissue, wherein the one or more agents are contained or encapsulated within a polymeric delivery vehicle conjugated with one or more molecules that recognizes and/or is capable of binding, directly or indirectly, to the oxytocin receptor.
||WO||WO/2014/186834 - ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR SYSTEM AND METHOD||27.11.2014||
||PCT/AU2014/000545||SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC (AUSTRALIA) PTY LIMITED||GRANSBURY, Kenneth Basil|
Disclosed is an electrical connector that allows a load or a power socket to be converted into a controllable load or a controllable plug socket. The electrical connector has a first terminal, a first insulation displacement (IDC) connector and art access point. In one aspect, the access point is able to be replaced by a control module to allow a load or plug socket connected to the electrical connector to be controlled. Also described are a range of controller modules that allow control according to various protocols including C-BUS, Zigbee and Wi-Fi. Also described are electrical plug sockets using the electrical connector, and a method of converting a load into a controllable load.
||WO||WO/2014/186841 - USER INTERFACE FOR CONTROLLING SOFTWARE APPLICATIONS||27.11.2014||
||PCT/AU2014/050047||FAIRLIGHT.AU PTY LTD||FIBAEK, Tino|
An apparatus configured as a user interface for controlling software applications, the apparatus comprising: a display screen; an array of tactile control elements; a masking element configured to conceal at least part of the display screen and reveal at least one display area, wherein at least one display area is for displaying a current function of at least one tactile control element; and a translator responsive to a user originated event to carry out a function of one or more software applications assigned to the user originated event, wherein a user originated event includes the actuation of a tactile control element to carry out the current function of the tactile control element displayed on the display area, wherein a graphic user interface application is configured to enable a user to assign functions of one or more software applications to user originated events and arrange a pre-determined layout of functions assigned to one or more tactile control elements of the apparatus.
||WO||WO/2014/186833 - BATTEN HOLDER, CONNECTOR, SYSTEM AND METHOD||27.11.2014||
||PCT/AU2014/000544||SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC (AUSTRALIA) PTY LIMITED||GRANS BURY, Kenneth Basil|
Disclosed is a batten holder with a connector module electrically connected to the switched terminal of the batten holder. The connector module allows control of a light source connected to the batten holder. The batten holder and the corresponding light source comprises multiple switched and non-switched terminals. In some embodiments, the connector module allows wireless control from a remote location. Also disclosed are a range of connector modules allowing control functionality according to different protocols, including C-BUS, Zigbee, and Wi-Fi. A building with rooms and areas fitted with the batten holder system is also described.
||WO||WO/2014/186836 - A SYSTEM AND A METHOD FOR PROCESSING PLASTIC, AND PLASTIC PROCESSED THEREFROM||27.11.2014||
||PCT/AU2014/000547||POLYWASTE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY PTY LIMITED||COLLINS, Ross Sydney|
There is provided with a system  for processing plastic wherein, in use, the system is adapted for the frictional heating of the plastic.