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1. WO/2016/112444 HINGE WITH INCROPORATED, FLEXIBLE SUPPORTING FLAPS FOR SYSTEM FOR DESIGNING, AUTOMATICALLY EXPANDING AND SUSPENDING VARIOUS STRUCTURESWO21.07.2016
G09F 1/06
PCT/BR2015/000002TZUO, Chung KwoTZUO, Chung Kwo
Hinge with incorporated flexible supporting flaps for system for designing, automatically expanding and suspending various elements, wherein a hinge (1) is used as a pincer-like gripping system in structures (E) such as cardboard displays to design and automatically unfold such structures, semicircular cutouts (11) being provided in the hinge between the folds (8) of the inner wall segments (2) and (3) and peripheral wall segments (12) and (13), and extending partially into the intermediate portions of the inner wall segments (2) and (3). The folds (8) also cause the cutouts (11) to match the respective peripheral wall segments (12) and (13). The hinge is used to articulate the structures (E), being mounted between overlapping portions (P) of the latter, the supporting flaps (15) of the hinge (1) extending from the cutouts (11) over the peripheral wall segments (12) and (13). The supporting flaps (15) increase the surface area of the hinge (1) abutting the inner surface of the overlapping portions (P) of the structure (E), providing articulations designed for automatic opening and, above all, relieving any strains on and preventing any undesirable marks (creases) at these strain points resulting from the pincer-like gripping hinge system of the hinge (1). This effect is combined with the enlarged curvature radius of the edges (9) of the folds (8) between the inner wall segments (2) and (3) and peripheral wall segments (12) and (13), which also relieves strain on these articulation points between the hinge (1) and the overlapping portions (P) of the display (E).

2. WO/2016/112445 FLUID ATTENUATORS AND METHODS, ESPECIALLY USEFUL FOR AIRCRAFT HYDRAULIC SYSTEMSWO21.07.2016
F16L 55/033
PCT/BR2015/000180EMBRAER S.A.FUTATSUGI, Sideto
Fluid attenuator systems and methods for attenuating fluid ripple waves within a main fluid line, for instance a main hydraulic fluid line of an aircraft hydraulic system. At least one attenuator branch conduit (22, 24, 26) may be provided in fluid communication with and at substantially a right angle to the main fluid tine with a porous material (22a, 24a, 26a) positioned therewithin, for instance at an open inlet or a closed distal end of the at least one attenuator branch conduit. The porous material may be a metallic or ceramic open-cell foam material. Multiple attenuator branch conduits may be provided with each having a different length as compared to the others.

3. WO/2016/112446 ARRANGEMENT FOR ICE-CREAM VENDING MACHINE OR THE LIKEWO21.07.2016
G07F 17/00
PCT/BR2016/000001TOPEMA COZINHAS PROFISSIONAIS INDÚSTRIA E COMÉRCIO LTDA.
The present abstract relates to an application to an utility model for a vending machine (1), and pertains to the field of automatic vending machines for selling products directly to consumers, designed in particular for selling ice cream, and comprising a single cabinet (10) with a lower region (20), an intermediate region (30) and an upper region (40); a hinged front door (50) closed at the bottom and having a large incorporated show window (51); and rear service doors (60), the cabinet (10) and the front door (50) housing and being fitted with a set of components (70) required for automatically selling ice cream, inter alia, and essentially comprising an ice cream production assembly (90), complement dispensing containers (91) and cup dispensing containers (92); a robot arm (100) and user-interface devices comprising a touchscreen display (120), a payment device (130), a spoon dispenser (140) and a device (150) for delivering the ice cream ready for consumption; a monitor (160); an electronic control unit housing (170); lighting (190) and a tray-like adapter (200) used instead of the ice cream-making machine (90) for optionally selling other products.

4. WO/2016/112447 Α-KETOACYL ISONIAZID COMPOUNDS, METHOD FOR PRODUCING THESE COMPOUNDS, USE OF THE COMPOUNDS FOR THE TREATMENT OF TUBERCULOSISWO21.07.2016
C07D 213/56
PCT/BR2016/000004FUNDAÇÃO OSWALDO CRUZ (FIOCRUZ)BOECHAT, Núbia
The present invention relates to compounds of formula (I), where: R is selected from H, Me or Cl and R' is selected from: H, NH2, NHCOCH3, NHCOCF3 or NHCOCH2CI. The invention also relates to a method for producing the compounds of formula I, and to the use of these compounds.

5. WO/2016/112448 GENERATOR, POWER STATION AND METHOD FOR GENERATING RENEWABLE ELECTROMAGNETIC ENERGY BY USING PHOTONS TO CONFINE PLASMA AND NUCLEAR FUSION, AND FOR THE DISTRIBUTION OF THIS ENERGY OVER A FRACTAL GRID AND SPACE-TIME TREILLIS CODE SYSTEMWO21.07.2016
H02N 11/00
PCT/BR2016/000005DE FÁTIMA ZANETTI, MariaDE FÁTIMA ZANETTI, Maria
The present invention relates to a generator, power station and method for generating renewable electromagnetic energy by using photons (solar energy) to confine plasma and nuclear fusion, and for the distribution of this energy over a fractal grid and space-time treillis code system, without an electric and/or nuclear energy supply, to power lamps, electric and electronic appliances, inter alia, in isolated areas and/or areas lacking electricity.

6. WO/2016/109874 STRUCTURAL ARRANGEMENT FOR PORTABLE ERGOMETRIC STEP WITH PERFORMANCE RECORDER AND SOFTWAREWO14.07.2016
A63B 23/04
PCT/BR2016/000009FUNDAÇÃO UNIVERSIDADE FEDERAL DE SÃO CARLOSSILVA, Audrey Borghi
The portable ergometric step with lateral bars and software coupled to the pedometer (hardware) is a portable device comprising a base made of ethyl vinyl acetate (EVA) which is at most 80 cm wide, 30 cm deep and 30 cm high, with holes in the upper part, in which two lateral bars are fitted to support the user. The step can have three other alternative heights, 15, 20, 25 and 30 cm, by using EVA plates of different colours, with a chamfered front portion to reduce the risk of tripping the user, the plates being fitted to the base by means of a system of "key-and-lock", in order to reduce the risk of the plates slipping during the exercise. These plates can be placed one by one, depending on the applied exercise protocol, and according to the step heights most commonly described in the literature. A number of strain gauges identifies the load of the weight of each lower limb separately and is coupled to the top part of the step. Four wheels are provided on one of the side faces of the base of the step to ensure portability. In this situation, the handles of the lateral support are removed and attached to the front and rear faces of the base, making transport easier. A LED screen is arranged in the top face of the step, opposite the base, and records the patient's performance evaluated by two presence sensors that are attached to the upper part of the base and identify the number of times the user steps on the step. The system comprises a light and sound trigger to identify the beginning of the test, and the evaluator has the option of entering the type of stepper protocol that will be used (self-timed or externally timed). In addition, the sensors identify the total duration of the test, the step up and step down times (ms), the total time/cycle, the number of step ups and step downs per minute. This information is recorded in hardware and transferred to a computer over an USB input/output. The data are analysed by specific software created for that purpose and capable of including evaluator and user data and generating a performance report containing, besides the data obtained by the integrated presence sensors and weight load sensors for each lower limb, other patient variables which can be obtained by calculation carried out by the software, such as: 1) VO2max (ml.min-1. kg-1) = Whor + Wvert; Whor = 0.35 x steps min-1, Wvert = a*steps min-1*step height (m).

7. WO/2016/109873 METHOD FOR PRODUCING BLENDS OF BIODEGRADABLE VEGETABLE OILS WITH HEXAGONAL BORON NITRIDE FOR USE IN ELECTRICAL TRANSFORMERSWO14.07.2016
H01B 3/20
PCT/BR2015/000195ITAPEBI GERAÇÃO DE ENERGIA S/AMAK, José
The present invention relates to a method for producing blends of biodegradable vegetable oils and sonicated hexagonal boron nitride (h-BN) for use in electrical transformers. The objective of the method is the preparation of a nanocomposite fluid comprising: a fluid medium based on biodegradable vegetable oil standardised for use in electrical transformers, and a composition of hexagonal boron nitride (h-BN) nanoparticles which are electrically insulating and heat-conducting, prepared by a hexagonal boron nitride (h-BN) sonication and centrifugation process.

8. WO/2016/106445 EXHAUST DEVICE FOR AN INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINE, METHOD FOR CONTROLLING THE EXHAUST TEMPERATURE OF AN INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINE, AND ENGINE CONTROL UNITWO07.07.2016
F02D 23/00
PCT/BR2015/050251ROBERT BOSCH LIMITADATISCHER, Frederico Paulo
The present invention pertains to the technical field of internal combustion engines. The invention relates to an exhaust device for an internal combustion engine (1), comprising a main catalytic converter (15), a secondary catalytic converter (12) that is smaller than the main catalytic converter (15), and a turbine (10) of a turbo-compressor (3). The exhaust device comprises an exhaust manifold (7) that collects exhaust gases from a cylinder bank of the engine (1) and a secondary exhaust pipe (9) that is connected to the exhaust manifold (7) and comprises a valve (11) and the secondary catalytic converter (12). The present invention also relates to a method for controlling the exhaust temperature of a combustion engine, and to an engine control unit (18).

9. WO/2016/106446 AIR-OIL RESERVOIR FOR AN AIR COMPRESSORWO07.07.2016
F04C 29/02
PCT/BR2015/050273SCHULZ S/AKRAUS, Gilberto
The compressor (20) is inferiorly provided with a discharge nozzle (21) and with shoes (22) which are seated and affixed against a support plate (11), incorporated to the air-oil reservoir (10) and provided with an admission hole (12) aligned with the discharge nozzle (21), and with a tubular column (14), incorporated to the air-oil reservoir (10) and open to the interior of the latter. The air-oil reservoir (10) further presents: an inner housing (10b) receiving a thermostatic valve (40), connected to the interior of the air-oil reservoir (10) and also to the compressor (20) and to an oil radiator (30), as a separate device, through cold oil outlet and hot oil outlet nozzles (15b,15c) of the air-oil reservoir (10); openings (16a,16b,17a,17b) for the direct coupling of an oil filter (50) and of an air-oil separating filter (60); and an end housing (10c) lodging a minimum pressure valve (70).

10. WO/2016/106441 PROCESS FOR TREATMENT OF NANOPARTICLES OF MINERAL FILLER FOR USE IN POLYMERIZATION IN THE PRESENCE OF NANOPARTICLESWO07.07.2016
C08F 2/44
PCT/BR2014/050056BRASKEM S.A.POZZER, Dihogenes Adriano
A process for treatment of nanoparticles of mineral filler for obtaining 5 processed nanoparticles for use in polymerization in the presence of nanopartciles which includes the steps of (a) drying a mineral filler with an inert gas for remove catalyst poisons; (b) mixing the mineral filler dried obtained in step (a) with a swelling agent in a liquid state or near a critical state or in the supercritical state; (c) subjecting the swelling agent of the 10 mixture obtained in step (b) to an endoenthalpic or isoentalphic phase change by altering the conditions of the temperature and/or pressure; (d) subjecting the nanoparticles of the mixture obtained in step (c) to contact of scavenging agent to react with catalyst poisons; then the mixture obtained in step (d) can be dried in a step (e) with an inert gas to remove sub-products 15 from scavenging agent and catalyst poisons to obtain the treated nanoparticles.


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