||WO||WO/2014/109753 - PROTECTION ASSEMBLY FOR DOWNHOLE WET CONNECTORS||17.07.2014||
||PCT/US2013/021080||HALLIBURTON ENERGY SERVICES, INC.||RICHARDS, William M.|
The invention addresses protecting the free ends of communication lines from debris during downhole wet-mate connection in a wellbore, with protection of the lines upon disconnection as well. A reciprocating debris exclusion device is provided for use with upper and lower tools to be connected. The lower tool has a reciprocating cover member mounted for sliding engagement with the housing of the lower tool, the cover member shielding the free end of a communication line. An upper tool has a bladder-type cover member attached to the upper tool and protecting the free end of a communication line. The reciprocating cover member is moveable between a closed and an open position and is moved in response to contact with the upper tool. The bladder cover is movable between closed and open positions and is moved to the open position by contact with the reciprocating cover member of the lower tool.
||WO||WO/2014/109737 - PACKAGING MACHINE||17.07.2014||
||PCT/US2013/020800||MEADWESTVACO PACKAGING SYSTEMS, LLC||BONNAIN, Jean-Christophe|
A tool assembly (20) for folding a carrier (H) comprising a first pair of fingers (24a) for gripping a blank (B) for forming the carrier (H), a second pair of fingers (24b) for gripping the blank (B), the first pair of fingers (24a) being pivotally coupled with respect to one another, and the second pair of fingers (24b) being pivotally coupled with respect to one another, the first and second pairs of fingers being coupled to an actuator for movement between a receiving position and a gripping position wherein the fingers are operable to engage a blank (B) in the receiving position and fold said blank (B) when disposed in the gripping position, at least one pair of fingers being rotationally mounted to a body (42) of a tool head (22) and coupled to a drive mechanism (32a, 32b) for rotation with respect to the body (42), such that a first portion of the blank (B) is foldable with respect to a second portion.
||WO||WO/2014/109751 - DIVERTICULA REMOVAL CLAMP||17.07.2014||
||PCT/US2013/021071||EMPIRE TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT, LLC||BERTOLLO, Nicky|
Technologies are generally provided for a tissue removal device for removing tissue protrusions extending from a wall of intestines. The tissue removal device may be a bell shaped tube configured to slide over an inflamed diverticulum that has been inverted to extend into interior space of the colon. The tissue removal device may be slid over the inverted diverticulum with a portion of the tissue removal device having a widest diameter oriented near the colon wall and a portion having a narrowest diameter oriented near a tip of the diverticulum. A pressure gradient may be induced along the walls of the tissue removal device such that the point of highest pressure at the narrowest opening may cause the walls of the diverticulum to be pinched together to induce necrosis and removal of the diverticulum, while promoting healing of the colon walls over the region of decreasing pressure.
||WO||WO/2014/109760 - LINKAGE WITH SPHERICAL OR JOURNAL BEARING ASSEMBLY||17.07.2014||
||PCT/US2013/021230||UNITED TECHNOLOGIES CORPORATION||MANO, Stephen|
An assembly includes a spherical bearing race and a spherical bearing element. The bearing race includes a race first segment, a race second segment and a bore that extends along an axis into the bearing race. The bore also extends radially within the bearing race between the first segment and the second segment. The bearing element is arranged within the bore, and radially engages the first segment and the second segment.
||WO||WO/2014/109734 - DÉCOR PAPER HAVING IMPROVED OPTICAL PERFORMANCE COMPRISING TREATED INORGANIC PARTICLES||17.07.2014||
||PCT/US2013/020733||E. I. DU PONT DE NEMOURS AND COMPANY||CHINN, Mitchell, Scott|
The disclosure provides a a décor paper prepared from a dispersion having improved optical performance without negatively impacting mechanical strength, wherein the dispersion comprises a TiO2 particle slurry comprising a treated TiO2 particle having a surface area of at least about 30 m2/g, and a cationic polymer; wherein the treatment comprises an oxide of silicon, aluminum, phosphorus or mixtures thereof; and the treatment is present in the amount of at least 15% based on the total weight of the treated titanium dioxide particle; paper pulp; and a cationic polymer; wherein the cationic polymer in the slurry and the cationic polymer in the dispersion are compatible; wherein for equal optical performance, the amount of treated TiO2 particle in the dispersion is reduced by about 10% when compared to a dispersion not comprising the treated TiO2 particle of (a). These decor papers are useful in preparing paper laminates.
||WO||WO/2014/109749 - MULTI-FUNCTION OXYGEN MASK||17.07.2014||
||PCT/US2013/021016||ROLLINS, Offord, L.||ROLLINS, Offord, L.|
A multi-function oxygen mask is disclosed which generally comprises a mask body and a gas delivery adapter. The mask body forms an internal cavity configured to cover a nose and mouth of a patient. A nasal chamber is formed in the upper portion of the mask body, the nasal chamber includes an upper portion, a lower portion and a gas delivery adapter aperture adjacent the lower portion of the nasal chamber. An access aperture is formed through and adjacent to the lower portion of the mask body. The access aperture is configured to permit access to the mouth of a patient. The gas delivery adapter has a general tubular structure and includes a first end and opposing second end, the first end of the gas delivery adapter is coupled to the gas delivery adapter aperture. An oxygen supply port radially extends outward from the gas delivery adapter and adjacent to the first end of the gas delivery adapter. The oxygen supply port further includes an external inlet portion, an outlet portion positioned within a volumetric space of the gas delivery adapter and a diverter member adjacent to the outlet portion. The diverter member is configured to direct a flow towards the first end of the gas delivery adapter. A meter-dose inhaler port radially extends outward from the gas delivery adapter. Finally, the gas delivery adapter includes a meter-dose inhaler port and a nebulizer port.
||WO||WO/2014/109746 - SYSTEMS AND METHODS FOR CONTROLLING RELAYS||17.07.2014||
||PCT/US2013/020978||SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC IT CORPORATION||CHENNAKESAVAN, Venkatraman|
A relay control circuit for use with a relay having a coil voltage input. The relay control circuit includes a first input to receive a first voltage capable of energizing the relay, a second input to receive a second voltage, less than the first voltage, that is capable of maintaining the relay in an energized state, and means, responsive to a relay control signal having one of a first state and a second state, for switchably coupling the coil voltage input to the first input in response to the relay control signal having the first state, and for switchably coupling the coil voltage input to the second input in response to the relay control signal having the second state.
||WO||WO/2014/109763 - PLOW FOR USE WITH AUTOMOBILE AND OTHER MOTORIZED VEHICLES||17.07.2014||
||PCT/US2013/021305||BEHAN, Richard, Anthony||BEHAN, Richard, Anthony|
A personal use plow for pushing, but not limited to, snow and slush from ones driveway by most passenger automobiles, small trucks, all terrain vehicles, small tractors, or other similar motorized vehicle, that is attached using a unique strapping and cog bracing system. The plow is made of injected molded structural foam plastic and comes in 5 separate panels that can be easily assembled Into a solid plow blade. This material is lightweight and allows for easy transportation, storage, and use. When assembled, the plow can be used either in the front or back of an automobile. The plow attaches to the vehicle by a special hook, which attaches to the hood, trunk, or luggage rack of the automobile. All parts for the functionality of the plow are contained on the plow itself, so there are no brackets or hitches required to be attached to the bumpers or other parts of the vehicle. Mounting arrangements are provided for attaching the plow to motor vehicles other than automobiles.
||WO||WO/2014/109774 - WIRELESSLY TRANSMITTING MULTI-CAST SIGNAL USING RATELESS CODES||17.07.2014||
||PCT/US2013/021497||HEWLETT-PACKARD DEVELOPMENT COMPANY, L.P.||CHAI, Eugene|
Data is transmitted over a wireless network by encoding data using a rateless code. A multi-cast signal is wirelessly transmitted to communicate the encoded data for any one or more receivers. The wireless transmission is performed in a manner that is agnostic as to a number of antennas that are utilized by each of the one or more receivers.
||WO||WO/2014/109764 - MULTIFUNCTION ACCESSORY||17.07.2014||
||PCT/US2013/021334||PARK, Moana||PARK, Moana|
A multifunction accessory is adapted to attach to at least two charms. Means of attachment to more than one charm is by, for example, including an opening in the accessory, screw threads, magnet and spring. Decorative combinations including the multifunction accessory has one or two charms and can be worn as a neck chain or attached to other items such as a key holder or chain.