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1. WO/2015/124886 ATTENUATORS, ARRANGEMENTS OF ATTENUATORS, ACOUSTIC BARRIERS AND METHODS FOR CONSTRUCTING ACOUSTIC BARRIERSWO27.08.2015
G10K 11/172
PCT/GB2014/050489SONOBEX LIMITEDELFORD, Daniel
An arrangement comprising a plurality of attenuators for attenuating acoustic waves, each attenuator of the plurality of attenuators comprising: a first body defining a cavity therein and at least one open aperture extending across a portion of the first body, the first body being configured to attenuate acoustic waves over a resonant frequency band.

2. WO/2015/124884 METHOD FOR LIMITING CURRENT IN A CIRCUITWO27.08.2015
H03K 17/082
PCT/GB2014/050465GE AVIATION SYSTEMS LIMITEDHANDY, Peter James
A method for limiting current in an electrical circuit (10) having transmission wires (18, 20) for power transmission includes determining whether an unexpected operating condition exists along the transmission wires and limiting the current to prevent the damage caused by an unexpected operating condition. If the unexpected operating condition persists, the method may disable the electrical circuit.

3. WO/2015/124888 METHODS FOR DETERMINING PERFORMANCE OF AN AIR-CONDITIONING SYSTEM OF AN AIRCRAFTWO27.08.2015
G05B 23/02
PCT/GB2014/050507TALERIS GLOBAL LLPLARDER, Brian David
Methods (100, 200) of determining an overall performance of air-conditioning system(s) including transmitting data (102, 202) from a sensor operably coupled to at least one air-conditioning pack, comparing (104, 204) the transmitted data, determining an overall performance of the air-conditioning system(s) based on the comparing and providing (108, 208) an indication of the determined overall performance of the air-conditioning system(s).

4. WO/2015/124889 METHOD FOR PREDICTING A FAULT IN AN AIR-CONDITIONING PACK OF AN AIRCRAFTWO27.08.2015
G05B 23/02
PCT/GB2014/050508TALERIS GLOBAL LLPHORABIN, Robert William
A method (100) of predicting a fault in an air-conditioning pack of an aircraft where the air-conditioning pack includes one or more sensors outputting data related to air-conditioning pack temperature, air-conditioning pack pressure, or air-conditioning pack valve or actuator positions, including transmitting data (102) from at least one of the sensors operably coupled to the air-conditioning pack, comparing (104) the transmitted data to a predetermined threshold, and predicting (106) a fault in the air-conditioning pack based thereon.

5. WO/2015/124890 METHOD FOR DIAGNOSING A FAULT IN AN AIR-CONDITIONING PACK OF AN AIRCRAFTWO27.08.2015
G05B 23/02
PCT/GB2014/050509TALERIS GLOBAL LLPHORABIN, Robert William
A method (100) of diagnosing a fault in an air-conditioning pack of an aircraft where the air-conditioning pack includes one or more sensors including transmitting data (102) from at least one of the sensors operably coupled to the air-conditioning pack, comparing (104) the transmitted data to a predetermined threshold, and diagnosing (106) a fault in the air-conditioning pack based on the comparison.

6. WO/2015/124891 METHOD FOR DIAGNOSING A FAULT IN A CABIN TEMPERATURE CONTROL SYSTEM OF AN AIRCRAFTWO27.08.2015
G05B 23/02
PCT/GB2014/050510TALERIS GLOBAL LLPHORABIN, Robert William
A method (100) of diagnosing a fault in a cabin temperature control system of an air-conditioning system of an aircraft including transmitting (102) multiple temperature sensor readings from temperature sensors operably coupled to the air-conditioning system, comparing (104) the transmitted multiple temperature sensor readings to related reference values, and diagnosing (108) a fault in the cabin temperature control system based on the comparing.

7. WO/2015/124885 METHOD FOR LIMITING CURRENT IN A CIRCUITWO27.08.2015
H02H 3/08
PCT/GB2014/050466GE AVIATION SYSTEMS LIMITEDELLIOTT, David Alan
A method for limiting current in an electrical circuit (10) having transmission wires for power transmission includes determining whether an unexpected operating condition exists along the transmission wires and limiting the current to prevent the unexpected operating condition.

8. WO/2015/124887 CABLE WINDING DEVICEWO27.08.2015
B65H 75/44
PCT/GB2014/050490TOMLINSON, Arthur LeslieTOMLINSON, Arthur Leslie
A winding device for a flexible cable. The device includes a housing (10) and a cable winding spool (17) rotatably mounted within the housing (10). An opening (16) formed through the housing to allow a cable to be wound on the spool (17) and a spring (37) applies torque to the spool (17) in a cable-winding sense. The spool (17) has a cylindrical winding surface (18) and a flange (19) projects radially from the winding surface (18) part-way between the axial ends thereof. A cable hook (20) is formed in the flange (19), whereby a loop may be formed part-way between the ends of the cable and that loop may be passed through the opening (16) to engage with the hook (20) of the flange (19) so that rotation of the spool (17) under the action of the spring (28) will wind the cable onto the spool (17), to both sides of the flange (19).

9. WO/2015/124883 MAGNETIC METHOD FOR DETERMINING A COOKING APPLIANCE CHARACTERISTICWO27.08.2015
A47J 27/00
PCT/GB2014/000060MORPHY RICHARDS LIMITEDRICHARDSON, Jack
A cooking appliance, an induction cooking hob (400) and a method (1000) of determining a characteristic of the cooking appliance. The cooking appliance (100) has vessel (102) containing a chamber (104). There are magnets (106) mounted to the vessel (102), the magnets (106) provide a code that identifies a characteristic of the cooking appliance (100). There is an appliance positioning interlock (110) for operatively coupling with an appliance positioning interlock engagement member (406) of the cooking hob (400) to thereby position the cooking appliance (100) on the cooking hob (400) In a predefined location. The cooking hob (400) has sensors (414) so that when the appliance (100) is at the predefined location the sensors (414) can detect and decode the magnetic field code to identify the characteristic This characteristic is used to define a cooking profile to heat of the appliance to a desired temperature and optionally the appliance is heated for a predefined time.

10. WO/2015/124893 APPLIANCE STORAGE DEVICEWO27.08.2015
A45D 20/12
PCT/GB2014/053241AUDSLEY, DavidAUDSLEY, David
A device for holding an appliance, in particular a heated appliance, such as a hair iron or hair drier, in use, comprises a mounting member (112) in the form of a bracket, a support member, or chassis, (114) and a pair of silicone retaining members 116 for holding heated appliances in use. The mounting member (112) comprises a substantially U-shaped aluminium extrusion and has a pair of mounting posts (112a) on each of two surfaces that are offset by 90 degrees. One pair of the posts (112a) engages with key-hole openings (126). The mounting posts (112a) each comprise a torgue screw and a threaded rivet and sit proud of the mounting member with heads that are received in the key-hole openings 126. To engage the openings (126) with the posts (112) a the posts are firstly inserted into a large diameter portion of the opening (126) and the mounting member is then slid upwards to engage with a slot portion of the opening (126). The mounting member can be mounted to either a substantially vertical fixture or else to a substantially horizontal fixture, using clamps (120), depending upon which of the sets of posts (112a) are used.


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