WO/2015/052780 METHOD OF MANUFACTURING ELECTRONIC COMPONENT MOUNTING BODY||WO||16.04.2015|
||PCT/JP2013/077388||LINTEC CORPORATION||KONDO, Takeshi|
A method of manufacturing an electronic component mounting body, including: a step in which recessed portions (11) provided in one surface of a transfer mold (10) that has been subjected to a releasing treatment are filled with solder paste (20) by coating; a step in which connection electrodes (31) of an electronic component (30) are aligned with the recessed portions (11) and the connection electrodes (31) are placed and held on the solder paste (20) with which the recessed portions (11) have been filled; a step in which reflow is effected in a state in which the connection electrodes (31) are being pressed against the solder paste (20); a step in which the transfer mold (10) and the electronic component (30) are pulled away from each other, the solder paste (20) is separated from the transfer mold (10), and the solder paste (20) is transferred to the connection electrodes (31) of the electronic component (30); and a step in which the connection electrodes (31) and a wiring pattern (51) on an electronic circuit board (50) are connected electrically by means of the solder paste (20) and the electronic component (30) is mounted on the electronic circuit board (50).
WO/2015/052745 AVALANCHE PREVENTION EQUIPMENT||WO||16.04.2015|
||PCT/JP2013/006096||PROTEC ENGINEERING, INC.||NOMURA, Toshimitsu|
[Problem] To provide avalanche prevention equipment that can ensure stability of a slope while maintaining favorable stability of a piling structure and that can continue a high level of avalanche prevention functionality over a long period of time. [Solution] Avalanche prevention equipment comprises a protective net (20) that is disposed on a slope (10), and a plurality of piling structures (30) that are anchored on the slope (10) by anchors (40). The piling structure (30) is provided in a standing manner by having a ground plate (32, 33) of the same contact the top face of the protective net (20) and having the anchor (40) provide the reaction force, and the protective net (20) is anchored to the slope (10) by way of the piling structure (30) and the anchor (40).
WO/2015/052766 DEVICE FOR CONTROLLING RADIATION THERAPY DEVICE, RADIATION THERAPY SYSTEM, METHOD FOR CONTROLLING RADIATION THERAPY DEVICE, AND PROGRAM||WO||16.04.2015|
||PCT/JP2013/077311||MITSUBISHI HEAVY INDUSTRIES, LTD.||TAKAHASHI Kunio|
This device for controlling a radiation treatment device is provided with a gantry for supporting a radiation emitting device so as to enable rotation thereof about a first axis, and a ring for supporting the gantry so as to enable rotation thereof about a second axis intersecting with the first axis, the device for controlling a radiation treatment device being provided with a movement path information storage unit for storing movement path information set in the radiation emitting device, and a control unit for providing a limit to the rotation speed of the gantry and the rotation speed of the ring while maintaining the ratio of the rotation speed of the gantry and the rotation speed of the ring indicated by the movement path information, on the basis of the rotation angle of the gantry and the rotation angle of the ring.
WO/2015/052840 WATER TREATMENT DEVICE AND HOT-WATER SUPPLY DEVICE||WO||16.04.2015|
||PCT/JP2013/077796||MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORATION||ORITO, Mari|
Provided is a water treatment device that efficiently eliminates water-borne scale components at a separate location from equipment that is to be protected from scale, and that is capable of stably suppressing attachment of scale to the equipment. A water treatment device (10) that that is equipped to a hot-water supply device (1) is constituted by water intake piping (11), a water intake pump (12), a gas supplying part (13), a scale reacting part (15), a scale separating part (16), a flow-path switching valve (17), drainage piping (18), etc. During scale elimination treatment, while water is circulated into the water intake piping (11) from a hot-water storage tank (2), gas that contains carbon dioxide is supplied to the water from the gas supplying part (13). As a result, scale components in the water are reacted with carbon dioxide in the scale reacting part (15), etc., scale is precipitated, and the scale is eliminated by the scale separating part (16). The present invention can thereby suppress attachment and accumulation of scale on portions of the hot-water supply device (1) that are necessary for maintaining the functions thereof, i.e., portions to be protected from scale.
WO/2015/052769 DEVICE FOR CONTROLLING HYBRID VEHICLE||WO||16.04.2015|
||PCT/JP2013/077320||NISSAN MOTOR CO., LTD.||ITO, Ryosuke|
Provided is a device for controlling a hybrid vehicle and that can cause the sensation of an initial information acceleration with respect to an increase in requested drive force while suppressing engine start shock during engine starting during coasting/regenerating driving. An engine start control means (fig. 2), which performs engine start control with a motor/generator (4) as an engine starting motor when an engine starting request has arisen on the basis of an increase in requested drive force during coasting/regenerating driving by the motor/generator (4) in an EV mode during which traveling is performed by disengaging a first clutch (3) and engaging a second clutch (5), is configured having: a second clutch control unit that completely disengages the second clutch (5); and an engine starting control unit that engages or causes the slip engagement of the first clutch (3), and performs engine start control resulting from performing an engine cranking operation, injecting air and fuel, and igniting same.
WO/2015/052823 CLOUD MANAGEMENT DEVICE, METHOD FOR MANAGING SAME, AND SYSTEM THEREOF||WO||16.04.2015|
||PCT/JP2013/077693||HITACHI, LTD.||SHIONOYA, Tomotaka|
The present invention monitors an application of a terminal, identifies the next task from the application used in the terminal, estimates the task switching time by estimating the time of switching to the next task, identifies a computer needed by the next task, outputs a command to start up a computer needed by the next task, identifies data needed by the next task, outputs, to an external storage device, a command to transmit to the terminal the data needed by the next task, and allocates a band of a network provided between the terminal and the external storage device on the basis of the data volume of the data needed by the terminal for the next task and the estimated time of switching to the next task.
WO/2015/052841 DEVICE FOR OSTEOSYNTHESIS AND OSTEOSYNTHESIS||WO||16.04.2015|
A device for osteosynthesis (1) comprises: an intramedullary nail (2) which is a cylindrical body having a through hole (25) and through which a pin hole (22) and a screw hole (23) are formed, the pin hole (22) intersecting with the through hole (25) and the screw hole (23) being substantially parallel to the pin hole (22) and intersecting with the through hole (25); a lag screw (3) which has a threaded portion (33) formed on an outer peripheral surface of one end and a mating portion (35) that is a first linking portion disposed on another end, and which is capable of being inserted through the screw hole (23); a sub-pin (41) which is formed shorter than the lag screw (3) and sharp on one end, has a second linking portion disposed on another end, and is capable of being inserted through the pin hole (22); and a connecting body (4) which is capable of fixing the mating portion (35) and the second linking portion that are oriented in the same direction when the lag screw (3) is inserted through the screw hole (23) and the sub-pin (41) is inserted through the pin hole (22).
WO/2015/052842 MASS SPECTROMETRY DATA ANALYSIS DEVICE||WO||16.04.2015|
||PCT/JP2013/077843||SHIMADZU CORPORATION||KAJIHARA, Shigeki|
After mass spectrometry data obtained for all measurement points of a two-dimensional measurement area is read (S1), feature values are calculated for each m/z value through the performance of statistical texture analysis, using the spatial gray level dependence method or some other method, on an image based on the data collected from all of the measurements points (S2 to S5). Additionally, a spectrum is generated from the feature values for each m/z value (S6). Peak detection is carried out on the spectrum, a prescribed number of peaks are selected in order of intensity as peaks to be analyzed, and the m/z values of the peaks are determined (S7, S8). Because feature values reflecting the specific spatial distribution of a substance are obtained through statistical texture analysis, it is possible to select m/z values that are useful for the analysis of the specific spatial distribution. Selecting data having these m/z values and using the data for multivariate analysis makes it possible to extract information from mass spectrometry imaging data that is more useful than conventional information.
WO/2015/052845 GROMMET AND WASHER||WO||16.04.2015|
Provided is a grommet suitable for stretchable cloth or thin cloth, the grommet being unlikely to produce wrinkles in the cloth. The grommet is provided with: an eyelet (10, 30) having a cylindrical part (11) and a flange part (12) that extends radially outward from one end of the cylindrical part (11); and an annular washer (20) guided over the cylindrical part (11) that has passed through the cloth (1, 3), the annular washer (20) receiving the crimped portion of the cylindrical part (11). The washer (20) includes a radially inward edge (23) facing the cloth (1, 3) side, the radially inward edge (23) having multiple convex parts (24) and concave parts (25) successively positioned in an alternating manner in the circumferential direction. The washer (20) can have circumferentially alternating multiple protruding parts (21) that rise on the opposite side from the cloth (1, 3), and multiple cavities (22) recessed on the cloth (1, 3) side.
WO/2015/052797 MEDICINE FILLING DEVICE||WO||16.04.2015|
||PCT/JP2013/077479||TAKAZONO TECHNOLOGY INCORPORATED||TAKAHAMA, Makio|
This medicine filling device, which is used when filling a medicine vessel with a solid medicine, is provided with: a medicine housing section that houses a medicine and has a plurality of medicine discharge openings that discharge the housed medicine; a rotor that is positioned within the medicine housing section, has a plurality of temporary medicine housing sections that temporarily house the medicine, and by means of rotating, moves the medicine housed at the plurality of temporary medicine housing sections to the plurality of medicine discharge openings; a medicine guide section that guides the medicine discharged from the plurality of medicine discharge openings to the medicine vessel; and a drive unit that drives the rotor to rotate. When at least one of the temporary medicine housing sections and at least one of the medicine discharge openings align in a manner such that the discharging of medicine is possible, the temporary medicine housing sections and medicine discharge openings that are not in the aligned state are offset by an angle such that the discharge of medicine is not possible.