||WO||WO/2014/165894 - IMPROVED CORE DRILLING SYSTEM AND APPARATUS THEREFOR||16.10.2014||
||PCT/AU2013/000401||ANDERSON, Leslie Michael||ANDERSON, Leslie Michael|
An improved core drilling system including a drill string, an inner core barrel assembly, an outer core barrel assembly connected to a drill means at a lower end which by rotation drills the core sample for removal from the drilling hole, and a retrieval tool that connects the inner tube of the inner core barrel assembly to a wireline cable and hoist for retrieving core samples, the retrieval tool including an overshot .
||WO||WO/2014/165895 - FACE TO RIM CONNECTION FOR A COMPOSITE WHEEL||16.10.2014||
||PCT/AU2013/000648||CARBON REVOLUTION PTY LTD||DINGLE, Matthew Edward|
A connection (110) between a rim portion (102) and a face portion (104) of a composite wheel (100). The rim portion (102) comprises a first set of fibres (122). The face portion (104) comprises a second set of fibres (124). The connection (110) comprises a transition zone (120) in which the first set of fibres (122) and the second set of fibres (124) are arranged in a layered structure. Each layer (125A, 125B, 125C) of the layer structure includes a first section (127) including an arrangement of the first set of fibres (122), and a first connection end (128), and a second section (129) including an arrangement of the second set of fibres (124), and a second connection end (130). The first connection end (128) is arranged adjacent to or abutting the second connection end (130) forming a layer joint (132A, 132B, 132C). The layer joint (132A, 32B, 132C) of each adjoining layer (125A, 125B, 125C) is spaced apart in a stepped configuration. Figure 3
||WO||WO/2014/165896 - TOOTH MEMBER FOR EXCAVATION TOOTH ASSEMBLY||16.10.2014||
||PCT/AU2014/000017||BRADKEN RESOURCES PTY LIMITED||HURLEY, Mark|
A tooth member of an excavation tooth assembly, the tooth member comprising: a body extending along a longitudinal axis between first and second ends; a socket extending into the body from the second end for receiving a nose of the excavation tooth assembly in an assembled condition; and a lock engagement structure for engagement by a lock to lock the tooth member in its assembled condition with the nose, the lock engagement structure comprising a yielding region that is configured to preferentially yield under excessive loading so as to limit loading on the lock.
||WO||WO/2014/165920 - SHOWER RECESS, TAP, AND METHOD OF CONSTRUCTION||16.10.2014||
||PCT/AU2014/000395||DUPLX PTY LTD||OPWALD, Colin|
The invention provides a shower recess comprising: a shower outlet (3) for showering a person; a partition (2) attached at least to a wall (4) for keeping water within the shower recess; a shower tap (6) installed on the wall (4) for regulating at least the flow of water through the shower outlet; wherein the shower tap (6) is positioned substantially in line with the partition (2) and within an opening in the partition shaped to accommodate the shower tap (6), and the shower tap (6) comprises a handle (20b) on the shower recess side of the partition for operation when the person is inside the recess and a handle (20a) on the outer side of the partition for operation when the person is outside the recess.
||WO||WO/2014/165922 - A COUPLING WITH ACTUATORS||16.10.2014||
||PCT/AU2014/000399||ALLSOP, John, Rodney||ALLSOP, John, Rodney|
A coupling device for coupling a first vehicle to a second towed vehicle, the coupling device including a pillar (3) for mounting to a towbar attached to the first vehicle; a connector (30,39, 40 and 41) for connection to the second towed vehicle through a sleeve (13) linked to the connector and adapted for engagement with the pillar (3) by fitting over the pillar (3); and an actuator (15 or 46) that is displaceable within a cavity (21 or 45) in the sleeve (13) between a first unlocked position in which the sleeve (13) is removable from the pillar (3) and a second locked position in which the sleeve (13) is not removable from the pillar (3).
||WO||WO/2014/165916 - METHODS AND COMPOSITIONS FOR INDUCING AN IMMUNE RESPONSE||16.10.2014||
||PCT/AU2014/000390||ADELAIDE RESEARCH & INNOVATION PTY LTD||MCCOLL, Shaun|
The present disclosure relates to methods and compositions for inducing an immune response to a selected antigen in a subject. Certain embodiments of the present disclosure provide a method of inducing an immune response to a selected antigen in a subject, the method comprising inhibiting activity of a chemokine receptor CCX-CKR in the subject and exposing the subject to the selected antigen.
||WO||WO/2014/165924 - SAMPLING AND TESTING DEVICE FOR THE HUMAN OR ANIMAL BODY||16.10.2014||
||PCT/AU2014/000401||ELLUME ΡΤY LTD||PARSONS, Sean Andrew|
A test device comprises first and second indicia portions. The first indicia portion is configured to indicate the presence or absence of at least one medical condition based on identification of at least one biological entity in the biological sample. The second indicia portion is configured to display all or part of a composite code when the first indicia portion provides an indication of the presence of the medical condition, the code being substantially unique to the test device. The test device includes a printed circuit board and a portion of the composite code corresponds to a serial number of the printed circuit board.
||WO||WO/2014/165898 - POWER MONITORING SYSTEM||16.10.2014||
||PCT/AU2014/000343||EMBERTEC PTY LTD||GELONESE, Domenico|
A set top box is disclosed that includes a means to detect that a television connected to said set top box is not in use, and a means to place said television into a lower energy usage state thus reducing energy consumption. Also included is a set top box including a data communication module which communicates with a communication and control module associated with an electrical appliance, the communication and control module communicates data describing the usage of the appliance and controls at least some aspect of the operation of the appliance; wherein the set top box is adapted to receive and process data describing the usage and energy consumption of the electrical appliance and to receive and process data concerning the cost of the energy at the time of consumption.
||WO||WO/2014/165930 - APPARATUS AND METHOD FOR SOLID WASTE SEPARATION||16.10.2014||
||PCT/AU2014/000411||ANAECO LIMITED||RUDAS, Ryszard Stanislaw|
An apparatus (10) for solid waste separation comprising at least two rotatable trommel sections (12, 14, 16) arranged such that solid waste to be separated can be passed through one trommel section and into the other, the trommel sections (12, 14, 16) each having provided therein screens (144, 146, 148, 150) through which screened material may pass, wherein at least two of the trommel sections (12, 14, 16) are capable of rotating at different relative speeds. Each of a trommel section transfer sealing means, a sealing arrangement for two components between which there is relative rotation, a rotating screen cleaning means, a trommel support arrangement, and a method for the separation of solid waste are also described.
||WO||WO/2014/165933 - METHODS, SYSTEMS, APPARATUS, PRODUCTS, ARTICLES AND DATA STRUCTURES FOR CROSS-PLATFORM DIGITAL CONTENT||16.10.2014||
||PCT/AU2014/000415||KISS DIGITAL MEDIA PTY LTD||RUBINSTEIN, Asher|
The present invention relates to handling of digital content in cross-platform environments and provides methods, systems, computer readable storage with instructions, and/or products for providing digital content, including the possibility of portions of the content being accessible over a communication network. In one form the invention provides a functional software product compliant with a predetermined computing platform adapted for cross-platform use comprising: a predetermined form means for presenting content to a user of the product; a predetermined function means for enabling the user of the product to navigate content, and; at least one driver means operatively associated with the functional software product for enabling access to content by the predetermined form and function means wherein the driver means is adapted for accessing at least one originating content data resource having a format non-specific to the predetermined computing platform.