||WO||WO/2014/033701 - HINGED, UPWARDLY ROTATING GUARD RAIL||06.03.2014||
||PCT/IL2012/050330||LEBEL, Shlomo||LEBEL, Shlomo|
A guard-rail system for road side installation, including: a guard rail; a plurality of anchoring assemblies for the rail; each assembly including: (i) a rigid standing post, having a bottom end adapted for installation in a ground surface; (ii) a hinge, disposed near a top end of the post; (iii) a rigid elongated upper member, connected to the standing post by means of the hinge; (iv) a connection member connecting between an upper end of the upper member and the rail, and (v) a support assembly attached to the standing post and adapted to support the upper member, wherein, in a passive mode, the support assembly fixes said guard rail in a first position, and wherein, in a vehicle collision mode, the anchoring assembly is adapted whereby, responsive to a force applied in a normal direction with respect to a broad face of the guard rail, the upper end of the elongated upper member upwardly rotates around the hinge, whereby the guard rail adopts a raised position with respect to the first position.
||WO||WO/2014/033705 - SYSTEM, METHOD AND CAPSULES FOR PRODUCING SPARKLING DRINKS||06.03.2014||
||PCT/IL2013/050699||SO SODA LTD.||SHALEV, Pinchas|
A system and a method for the production and provision of C02 gas are disclosed. A sealable chamber is equipped with heating means and when a CO2 carrier material, such as sodium bicarbonate is placed in it and heated to its decomposition temperature CO2 gas is released. The released gas is conveyed into liquid within a container and when the pressure of the gas in the container raises more and more CO2 gas is dissolved. The heating may be done by conduction mechanism, a microwave heating mechanism or by induction mechanism. The sodium bicarbonate or any other material including carbon dioxide may be disposed in powder, solid, suspension, emulsion, solution or wet powder form. It may be disposed in thin envelope case.
||WO||WO/2014/033704 - A CROWDSOURCED MANAGEMENT SYSTEM||06.03.2014||
||PCT/IL2013/000067||WIKISTRAT LTD.||ZAMEL, Joel|
The present invention discloses a crowdsourced management system for development of a set of content documents, comprising: (a) plurality of computers communicating over a network; (b) a computer readable medium comprising one or more functional modules including (i) a database for storing clients and analysts data; (ii) a registration module for registering clients and user analysts in said database; and (iii) an automatic recruitment module for contacting said user analyst
||WO||WO/2014/033702 - QUASI-BIPOLAR BATTERY CELLS AND ARRANGEMENTS||06.03.2014||
||PCT/IL2013/000065||GOLDSTEIN, Jonathan R.||GOLDSTEIN, Jonathan R.|
The current invention provides a quasi-bipolar battery assembly including at least two battery cells, each battery cell including a first metallic element and a second metallic element, an insulating sealing member disposed between edges of the first metallic element and the second metallic element, an anode and a cathode separated by a porous separator, with the anode being in electrical connection with the first metallic element and the cathode being in electrical connection with the second metallic element and an electrolyte disposed within the metallic elements and at least one air space disposed between two adjacent cells of the at least two battery cells, adapted to receive gaseous cooling fluid therethrough wherein the adjacent battery cells are connected by electrically conductive interconnections disposed in the at least one air space.
||WO||WO/2014/033710 - LIQUID DRUG TRANSFER DEVICES EMPLOYING MANUAL ROTATION FOR DUAL FLOW COMMUNICATION STEP ACTUATIONS||06.03.2014||
||PCT/IL2013/050721||MEDIMOP MEDICAL PROJECTS LTD||LEV, Nimrod|
Liquid drug transfer devices employing manual rotation of a drug vial adapter with respect to a liquid container adapter for dual flow communication step actuation for establishing flow communication between a liquid container containing liquid contents and an initially intact, namely, non-punctured, drug vial. Manual rotation compacts a liquid drug transfer device along a longitudinal device axis for urging a puncturing tip through a drug vial stopper during a drug vial flow communication step for flow communication with a drug vial interior. Manual rotation also executes a liquid container flow communication step for flow communication with a liquid container, therefore establishing flow communication between a drug vial and a liquid container.
||WO||WO/2014/033715 - ROTOR WITH MAGNET PATTERN||06.03.2014||
||PCT/IL2013/050728||ALBUS TECHNOLOGIES LTD.||SROMIN, Alexander|
Planar rotor designs for axial air-gap electric machines are presented. Some embodiments comprise rotors each of whose magnetic poles comprise a pair of permanent magnets each magnetized in an orientation of about 45° to the direction of the rotor axis. In some embodiments, axial components of the magnetization of each pair of magnets are co-directional, and tangential components of the magnetization of each pair of magnets are opposite.
||WO||WO/2014/033716 - PLANAR STATOR WITH EFFICIENT USE OF SPACE||06.03.2014||
||PCT/IL2013/050729||ALBUS TECHNOLOGIES LTD.||SROMIN, Alexander|
Designs and method of construction for planar stators useable inter alia for axial air-gap electric machines are provided. In some embodiments these designs make highly efficient use of the space occupied by the stator, substantially filling most of its volume with active conductors. Some embodiments comprise at least one flexible conductor member (e.g. a flat cable) periodically bent by about 180° to form both external and internal peripheries of a two-layer planar stator. In some embodiments disk-like or ring-like members are used to shape and/or to secure the flexible conductor. In some embodiments adhesive members and/or encapsulating and/or potting of conductive elements provide solidity and rigidity of the stator(s). In some embodiments a plurality of planar stators are interleaved with a plurality of planar rotors, producing an efficient system electrical motor and/or generator.
||WO||WO/2014/033717 - INTERFACE BETWEEN USER AND LAPAROSCOPIC TOOLS||06.03.2014||
||PCT/IL2013/050731||HUMAN EXTENSIONS LTD.||SHOLEV, Mordehai|
The laparoscopic tool interface comprises a frame attachable to an upper extremity of a user; a controller operatively connected to a laparoscopic tool and arranged for manipulation by a hand of a user; and, a mounting on the frame for the laparoscopic tool; and, wherein operating parts for tool position movements of the laparoscopic tool being separated from the controller and wherein a shaft of said laparoscopic tool not being coaxial with the upper extremity of said user and/or not being coaxial with said controller. The functions of positioning of the laparoscopic tool and operating the tool are separated. Movement of the upper extremity of the user and/or movement of a joint enable positioning of the tool to a preferred point and at the right orientation. The fingers of the user effect operational movement of the tool.
||WO||WO/2014/033718 - PROCESSES FOR OBTAINING INORGANIC NANOSTRUCTURES MADE OF OXIDES OR CHALCOGENIDES OF TWO METALS||06.03.2014||
||PCT/IL2013/050732||YEDA RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CO. LTD.||TENNE, Reshef|
The present invention concerns inorganic nanostructures comprising soft metals at low concentrations and catalytic processes utilizing soft metals for obtaining inorganic nanostructures.
||WO||WO/2014/033708 - COMPOSITION FOR EXTENDING LIFE OF LEAD ACID BATTERIES||06.03.2014||
||PCT/IL2013/050717||BATTERY SOLUTION INTERNATIONAL LTD.||LARIN, Emilia|
The invention provides an additive for extending the useful life-span of the lead acid batteries, the additive being a safe and environmentally harmless material in the form of an aqueous liquid or an easy-to-use capsule. The invention also provides a method for refurbishing lead acid batteries and extending their life-span.