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1. WO/2015/075797 PARTICLE THERAPY DEVICEWO28.05.2015
A61N 5/10
PCT/JP2013/081386MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORATIONIWATA Takaaki
The objective of the present invention is to provide a particle therapy device which is capable of transporting a beam to a plurality of treatment rooms as if the beam is transported at the same time by time sharing. A beam transport system (59) of a particle therapy device (51) comprises a beam path modifier (16) which modifies a beam path such that a charged particle beam (81) is transported to any one of a plurality of particle beam irradiation devices (58). A therapy management device (95) comprises a beam path controller (18) which generates an emitter control signal (csiga) to control an emitter (62) of an accelerator (54) and a beam path modifier control signal (kicker control signal (csigb)) to control the beam path modifier (16) so as to transport the charged particle beam (81), per allotted time, to any one of the plurality of particle beam irradiation devices (58) performing a treatment in the same treatment time period.

2. WO/2015/075819 SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE, AND MANUFACTURING METHOD FOR SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICEWO28.05.2015
H01L 27/105
PCT/JP2013/081543UNISANTIS ELECTRONICS SINGAPORE PTE. LTD.MASUOKA Fujio
A semiconductor device comprises: first pillar-shaped semiconductor layers; gate dielectric layers formed around the first pillar-shaped semiconductor layers; gate electrodes, comprising metal, formed around the gate dielectric layers; gate lines, comprising metal, connected to the gate electrodes; second gate dielectric films formed around upper portions of the first pillar-shaped semiconductor layers; first contacts, comprising a second metal, formed around the second gate dielectric films; second contacts, comprising a third metal, which connect the upper portions of the first contacts with the upper portions of the first pillar-shaped semiconductor layers; second diffusion layers formed on the lower portions of the first pillar-shaped semiconductor layers; pillar-shaped dielectric layers formed upon the second contacts; films, formed around the upper portions of the pillar-shaped dielectric layers, for which resistance varies; lower-portion electrodes formed around the lower portions of the pillar-shaped dielectric layers; reset gate dielectric films surrounding the films for which resistance varies; and reset gates surrounding the reset gate dielectric films.

3. WO/2015/075835 CONTROL METHOD AND CONTROL PROGRAM FOR WATER TREATMENT FACILITY AND WATER TREATMENT SYSTEMWO28.05.2015
C02F 1/00
PCT/JP2013/081633KURITA WATER INDUSTRIES LTD.OHTSUKI, Takayuki
This control method for a water treatment facility comprises: a correlation assessment step for assessing, from the results of periodically performed analysis of samples of the water being treated, whether or not there is a correlation between the conductivity of the water being treated and the silica concentration of the water being treated that has no causal relationship with said conductivity; a first polluting component concentration-estimating step for statistically analyzing the distribution of conductivity measurement values for the water being treated in a most recent specified period when there is a correlation between the conductivity and the silica concentration of the water being treated, and estimating the silica concentration of the water being treated on the basis of the results of said statistical analysis and the correlation between the conductivity and the silica concentration of the water being treated; and an operating condition-determining step for determining the operating conditions for the water treatment facility (10) for treating water to be treated on the basis of the estimated silica concentration of the water to be treated.

4. WO/2015/075777 ROBOT SYSTEM AND PRODUCTION METHOD FOR PROCESSED ITEMSWO28.05.2015
B23P 21/00
PCT/JP2013/081186KABUSHIKI KAISHA YASKAWA DENKITSUTSUMI, Ryosuke
In order to efficiently produce processed items, a robot system (1) comprises: an upstream device (10-U) and a downstream device (10-L) that each perform prescribed machining work using a robot (12-U, 12-L); a conveyance path (20) connecting the upstream device (10-U) and the downstream device (10-L) and conveying completed products in the upstream device (10-U) towards the downstream device (10-L); member supply units (30-U, 30-L) provided in the upstream device (10-U) and the downstream device (10-L), respectively, and which supply members used in the prescribed machining work; and switching control units (51a-U, 51a-L) that perform switching control in relation to which conveyance path (20) is used for conveying the completed product and which member supply unit (30-U, 30-L) is used.

5. WO/2015/075814 SECONDARY BATTERY REMAINING LIFE DIAGNOSIS METHOD, REMAINING LIFE DIAGNOSIS DEVICE, AND BATTERY SYSTEM PROVIDED WITH SAMEWO28.05.2015
G01R 31/36
PCT/JP2013/081529HITACHI, LTD.OKUYAMA Yutaka
A secondary battery remaining life diagnosis method in which the parameters of a secondary battery in an initial state are stored in memory and after a prescribed period of time has passed, the remaining life for the discharge capacity and direct current resistance of the secondary battery is calculated on the basis of the initial state parameters stored in memory, a discharge characteristic at a first current value, and a discharge characteristic at a second current value larger than the first current value. In the prediction of the remaining life of a secondary battery, this method makes it possible to calculate the remaining life for a discharge capacity maintenance rate, direct current resistance growth rate, and output maintenance rate, which are indicators used to determine the remaining life of a secondary battery, on the basis of discharge characteristics for two different discharge currents or charging characteristics for two different charging currents.

6. WO/2015/075769 IMAGING DEVICE AND DISTANCE MEASUREMENT DEVICEWO28.05.2015
G02B 7/28
PCT/JP2013/081135HITACHI MAXELL, LTD.OOTA Mitsuhiko
Provided is an imaging device which can reliably detect an extended depth of field and a subject distance even when the subject exists in front of or beyond the focal distance. The imaging device includes an optical system for forming the optical image of a subject, an imaging element for converting the optical image of the subject formed by the optical system into a signal, and an image processing unit for acquiring an image signal by executing a prescribed arithmetic process on the signal acquired by the imaging element. The optical system includes a phase modulation element which is disposed in a section of a light path in the system and is designed so that the optical image is uniformly blurred at the focal distance for the subject, and at prescribed distances in front of and behind the focal distance. The image processing unit includes a conversion means for generating a restored image having no blur by correcting the acquired signal. The image processing unit further acquires a signal converted from an image in a first state where the phase modulation element modulates a phase and a signal converted from an image in a second state where the phase modulation element does not modulate a phase to use the signals to detect the distance of the subject.

7. WO/2015/075784 AXIAL-GAP ROTARY ELECTRIC MACHINEWO28.05.2015
H02K 9/19
PCT/JP2013/081225HITACHI, LTD.DEGUCHI Kenta
 In the present invention, the efficiency at which a winding is cooled is improved while a stator core is firmly held. An axial-gap rotary electric machine provided with: a stator; a first rotor; a second rotor; and a housing that accommodates the stator, the first rotor, and the second rotor; the stator having a plurality of stator cores, a holding member for holding the plurality of stator cores, a first winding wound on the stator cores and arranged nearer the first rotor than the holding member and a second winding wound on the stator cores and arranged nearer the second rotor than the holding member; wherein the holding member is fixed to the housing so that a portion of the holding member and an inner wall of the housing forms a channel space in which a coolant flows, and additionally the holding member extends toward a center part of the stator so that a space is arranged between the first winding and the second winding.

8. WO/2015/075804 CIGARETTEWO28.05.2015
A24D 3/04
PCT/JP2013/081450JAPAN TOBACCO INC.NODA, Kazuhiro
Provided is a cigarette in which the crushability of a flavor capsule contained in a filter is improved. This cigarette comprises: a tobacco rod that includes a tobacco filler and a wrapping paper wound around the tobacco filler; a filter that includes a filter-medium-containing filter plug, multiple sheet-shaped members which are wound around the filter plug so as to form multiple layers, and a capsule which is located in the filter and in which a liquid content is held in a film-covered state; and a tipping paper that is wound on both the tobacco rod and the filter so as to join both to each other. The sheet-shaped members have a density of 0.5 to 1.0g/cm3, and the total thickness (A) of the multiple sheet-shaped members which form the multiple layers is 100 to 250μm.

9. WO/2015/075807 ELECTRIC VEHICLE CONTROL SYSTEMWO28.05.2015
B60L 9/18
PCT/JP2013/081466FUJI ELECTRIC CO., LTD.LIU Jiangheng
An electric vehicle control system is equipped with, as a driving source, a rotating electric motor controlled by a power conversion device and comprises: an electric motor control device (4) for outputting, according to a final torque command, a torque to the rotating electric motor (1); a torque calculation means (5) for, based on an operation mode for instructing an electric vehicle to move forward or backward and the speed of the rotating electric motor (1), calculating a torque command correction value for preventing the electric vehicle from moving in a direction opposite to the traveling direction indicated by the operation mode; and an adding means (6) for inputting an addition value to the electric motor control device (4) as a final torque command, said addition value being obtained by adding a torque command and the torque command correction value. This provides a control system applicable to various types of rotating electric motors without adding sensors for detecting the slope of a road surface and the weight of a vehicle and capable of maintaining the stop state of an electric vehicle without using a mechanical brake even on a sloping road.

10. WO/2015/075821 INSULATION DETECTOR AND ELECTRICAL DEVICEWO28.05.2015
G01R 31/02
PCT/JP2013/081546MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORATIONTAMIDA, Taichiro
An insulation detector (30) that is connected to an electrical device provided with a device capacitor and/or battery that makes it possible to provide an insulation detector that measures, with a high degree of precision and a simple architecture, insulation resistance with respect to a housing or ground for a device or a load such as a motor, from the side of a driving circuit that drives same. Said insulation detector (30) is provided with an insulation-detector capacitor (31), a voltage detection unit (33) that detects the voltage across said insulation-detector capacitor (31), and a current-path-forming switch (32) for forming a current path that includes the insulation resistance of the electrical device. Said current-path-forming switch (32) connects the following in series: ground or a housing, the device capacitor (22), and the insulation-detector capacitor (31). The voltage detection unit (33) measures the aforementioned insulation resistance by measuring the time constant of changes in the voltage across the insulation-detector capacitor (31). Relative to the magnitude of the capacitance of the device capacitor (22), the magnitude of the capacitance of the insulation-detector capacitor (31) is such that said capacitance can be disregarded when measuring the insulation resistance.


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