WO/2015/051394 IMPROVED VALVE FOR INFLATABLE DEVICES||WO||16.04.2015|
||PCT/AU2013/001158||SEA TO SUMMIT PTY LTD||SANDO, Brendan Michael|
An improved valve (10, 100) for an inflatable device (12) comprising a valve port (14) received within an aperture (24) of the inflatable device (12); a valve seat (18) having fluid apertures (42) provided therein; and a diaphragm (16) connected to the valve seat (18) in a manner that occludes the fluid apertures (42) when fluid is not forced therethrough. The improved valve (10, 100) may, at any time, be manipulated so as to physically remove the valve seat (18) from the valve port (14) to facilitate deflation of the inflatable device (12) and physically insert the valve seat (18) into the valve port (14) to facilitate inflation of the inflatable device (12).
WO/2015/051395 ENVIRONMENTAL AND ECONOMICAL REMEDY WITH RECYCLING OF NATURAL RESOURCES||WO||16.04.2015|
||PCT/AU2013/001222||MILLER, Peter, Anthony||MILLER, Peter, Anthony|
Present application discloses a combination of technological means to solve economical, environmental, political and sociological fallouts of our planet wherein the means include recycling and reuse of all essential global resources. The disclosure introduces the concept of autonomic photosynthesising processes which are systems that approach the ideal of perpetual motion. Recycling processes provided with the means for creating integrated non-emitting facilities for energy / fuel / biomass / food / water /carbonaceous-products production. This is in conjunction with globally located communities capable of determining and governing their own independent existence according to their own special needs.
WO/2015/051396 AXIAL FLUX ELECTRICAL MOTOR AND FAN ASSEMBLY AND METHODS OF ASSEMBLING THE SAME||WO||16.04.2015|
||PCT/AU2014/000455||REGAL BELOIT AUSTRALIA PTY LTD.||LAMBERT, Nicholas N.|
A fan assembly includes an axis of rotation and a fan that includes an inlet ring and a rear plate that together define an inner fan chamber, wherein the fan is a backward curved plug fan. The fan assembly also includes an axial flux motor coupled to the rear plate such that the motor is positioned entirely outside the fan chamber to facilitate preventing interference between the motor and an airflow within the fan chamber.
WO/2015/051397 A SERVER FOR SERVING ANSWER DATA AND A COMPUTER READABLE STORAGE MEDIUM FOR SERVING ANSWER DATA||WO||16.04.2015|
||PCT/AU2014/000614||QUIKSER PTY LTD||GLOVER, Johnny Adam|
This disclosure relates to a server for serving answer data and a computer readable storage medium for serving answer data in accordance with question metadata and question data.
WO/2015/051415 A GAS WELL CASING AND METHOD||WO||16.04.2015|
||PCT/AU2014/050276||WDS (OIL & GAS) PTY LTD||MATHEW, David|
A gas well casing comprising at least one tubular section of softer material that is softer than the predominant material used for the gas well casing, each of the at least one tubular section of softer material positioned on the gas well casing such that in use, when the gas well casing is located within a gas well, each of the at least one tubular section of softer material is located above a respective target coal seam, wherein each of the at least one tubular section of softer material is adapted to have at least one lateral hole drilled outwardly therefrom and into the respective target coal seam.
WO/2015/051418 ROTARY GEAR TRANSMISSION FOR TOOLS||WO||16.04.2015|
||PCT/AU2014/050279||ARBORTECH INDUSTRIES LIMITED||INKSTER, Kevin|
A cutting tool mechanism (11) for providing a cutting, abrading or grinding action is disclosed. The mechanism (11) has an inner circular part (17) having teeth (19) extending radially outwardly, a surrounding circular part (25) having inner teeth (27) extending radially inwardly. The circular parts (17) and (25) co-operate by engagement their teeth (19) and (27). Rotation of one circular part causes the other to move constrained by the engagement of the teeth in an orbital, oscillatory or impact motion. An input coupling (81) is provided for transmission of rotary motion, and an output coupling (37) is provided to transmit said orbital, oscillatory or impact motion to a blade (13). In further embodiments, the surrounding circular part (25) can be provided with outwardly extending teeth and surrounded by a further outer circular part with inwardly extending teeth, to cooperate with the outwardly extending teeth, to provide more complex orbital, oscillatory or impact motion.
WO/2015/051417 DRILLING METHOD||WO||16.04.2015|
||PCT/AU2014/050278||WDS (OIL & GAS) PTY LTD||MATHEW, David|
A method of forming a gas well, the method including the steps of drilling a gas well, lowering a gas well casing into the gas well, forming at least one aperture in the gas well casing and forming a plurality of lateral holes outwardly from the at least one aperture within the material surrounding the gas well casing, wherein each of the plurality of lateral holes has a near portion located near the gas well casing that extends in a direction diverging from a longitudinal axis of the gas well casing, and a further portion located away from the gas well casing that extends in a direction that is transverse to the longitudinal axis of the gas well casing, each of the plurality of lateral holes having a transition area disposed between the near portion and the further portion, wherein the transition area has a radius in the range of to 40 meters, and wherein the further portion of each lateral hole runs substantially parallel to the further portion of at least one other lateral hole.
WO/2015/051404 A FENCE POST AND FENCING SYSTEM||WO||16.04.2015|
||PCT/AU2014/000967||BURNS, Peter, Michael||BURNS, Peter, Michael|
A fence post including a body portion having an external surface and a longitudinal axis extending substantially the length of the fence post and at least one continuous opening extending transversely across the body portion, the opening having a first end and a second end, the first end being located proximal to a first side of the body portion and the second end being located proximal to a second side of the body portion which opposes the first side of the body portion, wherein the first and second ends of the opening are connected to the external surface of the body portion via a primary slot.
WO/2015/051406 STIMULATION DEVICE AND METHOD FOR TRANSCUTANEOUS ELECTRICAL STIMULATION||WO||16.04.2015|
||PCT/AU2014/000969||GI THERAPIES PTY LTD||SOUTHWELL, Bridget Rae|
A device for transcutaneous electrical stimulation is provided. The device comprises circuitry configured to generate transcutaneous stimulation signals. The device also comprises a first signal output component for electrically connecting to a first electrode connector to deliver generated transcutaneous stimulation signals. The first signal output component comprises a first four-pole electrical connector part. The device further comprises a second signal output component for electrically connecting to a second electrode connector to deliver generated transcutaneous stimulation signals. The second signal output component comprises a second four-pole electrical connector part. The device further comprises a controller to selectively control output of the stimulation signals to selected pairs of poles across the first and second four-pole electrical connector parts. Each selected pair of poles comprises one pole from the first four-pole electrical connector part and one pole from the second four-pole electrical connector part.
WO/2015/051419 COMPOSITE BOARD COMPRISING MAGNESIUM OXIDE AND MAGNESIUM CHLORIDE||WO||16.04.2015|
||PCT/AU2014/050280||AUSTRALIAN FIREBOARD COMPANY PTY LTD||BELL, James|
A method of forming a composite board is disclosed, comprising steps of providing a mould, preparing pouring and spreading a layer of facing composition having at least 59wt% magnesium oxide powder and optional components in an aqueous solution of MgCl2/ with at least one woven cloth reinforcing sheet layer contained in the layer; preparing, pouring and spreading a main body composition comprising a pourable and spreadable slurry of a solid component including 7% to 40% by volume magnesium oxide, 10% to 85% by volume of a particulate ceiiulosic material, and from 5% to 40% by volume of a non-celllulosic lightening filler, in an aqueous solution of MgCl2; and placing and containing said mould in a controlled atmosphere to cure and dry.