WO/2016/022039 INDIRECT EVAPORATIVE COOLING DEVICE||WO||11.02.2016|
||PCT/RU2014/000662||MARKMAN, Mikhail Davidovich ||MARKMAN, Mikhail Davidovich |
The invention relates to the field of air conditioning and can be used for cooling air. An indirect evaporative cooling device contains a housing with inlet and outlet channels for a primary and secondary flow, and a stack of plates which are made of a capillary-porous material with protrusions, and which are provided on one side thereof with a waterproof coating, and which are installed so as to form dry and wet channels. An end portion of the sides of the plates which are provided with the waterproof coating has regions which are not coated. The area of each non-coated region comprises 7-10% of the heat-exchange area of a plate. The present invention increases the effectiveness of cooling a flow of air.
WO/2016/022035 APPARATUS COMPRISING A SELF-ASSEMBLED LAYER AND METHOD OF SURFACE MODIFICATION||WO||11.02.2016|
||PCT/RU2014/000587||NOKIA TECHNOLOGIES OY ||KIRIKOVA, Marina Nikolaevna |
A film is disclosed. The film comprises a polymer substrate and a self-assembled layer (SAL) comprising an alkoxysilane-based oligomer chemically bonded to the polymer substrate. A method is also disclosed. The method comprises providing a polymer substrate, modifying a surface of the polymer substrate by depositing a self-assembling layer (SAL) comprising an alkoxysilane-based oligomer onto said surface.
WO/2016/022037 DEVICE ACCESS CONTROLS||WO||11.02.2016|
||PCT/RU2014/000590||GOOGLE INC ||MUKHIN, Anton Sergeevich |
A computer-implemented method includes identifying a set of electronic commands for operation of an electronic device, identifying a guest user, and designating permissions for the guest user, command-by-command, in the set of electronic commands for operating the electronic device. A designated permission for an electronic command in the set of electronic commands includes either granting the guest user access to the electronic device with a privilege of using the electronic command to operate the electronic device, or denying the guest user access to the electronic device and the privilege of using the electronic command to operate the electronic device.
WO/2016/022036 INTERMEDIARY FOR MULTIPLE-TRANSPORT CLIENT-DEVICE COMMUNICATIONS||WO||11.02.2016|
||PCT/RU2014/000589||GOOGLE INC. ||SHUVAEV, Roman Yurievich |
An example technique includes storing, by an intermediary, a device registration information including at least for a target device, the device registration information including information identifying one or more commands supported by the device, and a device-specific ranking of each of a plurality of transports, receiving, by the intermediary a first message sent via a transport supported by the client application including a device identifier to identify a target device of a plurality of registered devices and a command information identifying a command that is supported by the target device and to be performed by the target device, selecting, by the intermediary, a transport supported by the target device based on the device-specific ranking of the plurality of transports supported by the target device, and sending, by the intermediary to the target device via the selected transport, a second message including at least the command information.
WO/2016/022038 METHOD, DEVICE, AND SYSTEM FOR BACK-END ASSISTED COMMUNICATION ROUTING IN A DISRUPTION TOLERANT NETWORK OF MOBILE STATIONS||WO||11.02.2016|
||PCT/RU2014/000597||MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS, INC ||DOMARATSKY, Yaroslav Alexandrovich |
A first mobile station (MS) in a disruption tolerant network (DTN) reports, to an infrastructure network, contact pattern information comprising identities and indications of times at which the other MSs and infrastructure devices were determined to be within direct communication range of the first MS (step 502). The first MS then receives a set of DTN routing rules for routing communications to any target device via the DTN network (step 503). The first MS detects a first communication for transmission to a target device via the DTN network (step 506) and identifies as a function of the set of the DTN routing rules, one or more but less than all intermediary MSs for storing and forwarding the first communication towards the target device (step 508). The first MS then transmits the first communication to the identified one or more intermediary MSs (step 512) when they are determined to be within direct wireless communication range (step 510). The contact pattern information may include current information and/or information collected over a period of time in the past, such as over minutes, hours, days, or weeks. The contact pattern information could include primary information such as: a timestamp indicating when the MS first detects another MS or infrastructure links, an identity of the another MS or infrastructure, and a second timestamp indicating when the MS loses contact with the another MS or infrastructure. Additionally, the contact pattern information could include secondary information relating to the MS and/or the another MS, such as: geographic coordinates at the time of each timestamp, a power and/or battery status, an average or instantaneous bandwidth utilization and/or traffic level, an available storage space, a mobility indication, a number of past geographic coordinates prior to and/ or after a timestamp sufficient to determine a velocity vector, other sensor information such as acceleration, the type of wireless interface used to achieve detection or direct connection, and the types of wireless interfaces available.
WO/2016/022042 REINFORCED AND MORE CLOSELY INTERLINKED ROPE AND METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING SAME||WO||11.02.2016|
||PCT/RU2015/000434||ZARETSKY, Lev Markovich ||ZARETSKY, Lev Markovich |
The invention relates to rope production and can be used in the production of prestressed and insert fittings. The reinforced and more closely interlinked rope consists of a central wire and entwined wires which are arranged spirally around the latter in two concentric layers, wherein the number of entwined wires in the internal layer exceeds the number of entwined wires in the external layer by at least one and a half times, each entwined wire has a surface section which is part of the external surface of the rope, wherein the surface section of each entwined wire of the internal layer, which surface section emerges onto the external surface of the rope, has at least one compressed part which is continuous along the entire length of the above-mentioned wires, and the surface section of each entwined wire of the external layer, which surface section emerges onto the external surface of the rope, has at least two compressed parts which are continuous along the entire length of the above-mentioned wires, wherein each entwined wire of the external layer is arranged in a groove between two adjacent entwined wires of the internal layer, and spiral faces which are continuous along the length are formed on mutually facing surface sections of adjacent wires. The method for manufacturing the reinforced rope comprises stages in which wires of circular cross section are manufactured, the wires are twisted, with the aid of a wire rope closing machine with a rotating rotor, into a spiral rope, the configuration of which corresponds to the claimed reinforced rope device, plastic compression of the twisted rope is carried out by means of deformation of the entwined wires along the external surface thereof in at least one gauge roller with inclined rollers, which gauge roller is rotated relative to the axis of the rope synchronously with the rotation of the rotor of the wire rope closing machine and the compressed rope is subjected to thermomechanical processing.
WO/2016/022045 MULTI-LAYER WEAR-RESISTANT PLATE||WO||11.02.2016|
||PCT/RU2015/000469||ZYATKEVICH, Viktor Vladimirovich ||ZYATKEVICH, Viktor Vladimirovich |
A multi-layer wear-resistant plate relates to metallurgy and is intended for protecting against the abrasive wear of large areas of parts and components of technological equipment. The multi-layer wear-resistant plate is in the form of a pipe billet which is deformed on two sides so as to achieve a flat shape having a given thickness; the outer layer of the plate is a metal casing (2) made of low-carbon steel or alloy steel having a thickness of 1.5-5.0 mm; the inner volume of the plate is filled with a wear-resistant composite material (1) having a thickness of 3.0-20.0 mm. The multi-layer wear-resistant plate is installed on the surface of technological equipment by means of welding, threaded connections, riveted connections, or dovetail-type connections. In order to install the multi-layer wear-resistant plate on complex surfaces having a radius of curvature, the plates are given corresponding radii of curvature which are carried out relative to the longitudinal or transverse axis of symmetry.
WO/2016/022044 FLEXIBLE RESISTIVE HEATING ELEMENT||WO||11.02.2016|
||PCT/RU2015/000462||OBSHHESTVO S OGRANICHENNOJ OTVETSTVENNOST'JU "INZHINIRIINGOVAJA KOMPANIJA "TEPLOFON" ||SHANGIN, Andrei Petrovich |
The invention relates to the field of electric heating, and more particularly to flexible heating elements. A flexible resistive heating element comprises a heat-resistant fabric base and a current-conducting resistive layer that is based on a resistive carbon composite material applied in the form of a colloidal suspension to the heat-resistant fabric base. The resistive carbon composite material contains carbon black with a highly developed specific surface area of not less than 300-600 m2/g and a particle size of from 10 to 50 nm in combination with colloidal graphite preparations with a graphite particle size of less than 4μm, and a heat-resistant polymer binder solution. Polyethylene terephthalate or lavsan is used as the heat-resistant fabric base. The invention makes it possible to improve the performance characteristics of a flexible resistive heating element, namely the reliability, efficiency and manufacturability both of the resistive element itself and of flexible electric heaters based thereon.
WO/2016/022043 NUCLEAR REACTOR FUEL ASSEMBLY||WO||11.02.2016|
||PCT/RU2015/000445||PUBLICHNOYE AKTSIONERNOYE OBSCHESTVO "MASHINOSTROITELNIY ZAVOD" ||AKSENOV, Pyotr Mikhaylovich |
The invention relates to atomic energy, and specifically to fuel assemblies (FA) of VVER-type nuclear reactors. A fuel assembly contains fuel elements located along a triangular mesh in plate-type spacer grids, and a bearing grid/filter, having grooves for coolant flow, installed in a bottom nozzle of the fuel assembly. The grooves for coolant flow are oriented with the wider sides thereof facing into a flow of coolant. Plates which deflect or swirl the coolant are provided on the upper edges of the spacer-grid plates in the upper portion of the fuel assembly, said plates which deflect or swirl the coolant being positioned locally in areas where the most-heat-stressed fuel rods are located, and extending beyond the upper plane of the spacer grids into a space between the fuel rods. The invention allows for decreasing the hydraulic resistance of a fuel assembly as a result of decreasing the hydraulic resistance of a bearing grid/filter, while maintaining the filtration capabilities thereof, by means of providing grooves for coolant flow which widen into a coolant flow. In addition, the spacer grids being provided with plates which deflect or swirl a coolant gives the spacer grids the qualities of a mixing grid and allows for mixing a coolant without the use of a mixing grid, which mixing grid would increase the hydraulic resistance of the fuel assembly to a much greater degree than do the mixing elements on the spacer grids.
WO/2016/022047 LAMINATED SHUTTERING PLYWOOD||WO||11.02.2016|
||PCT/RU2015/000479||OBSCHESTVO S OGRANICHENNOY OTVETSTVENNOSTYU "SVEZA-LES" ||ERMAKOVA, Yuliya Alekseevna |
The utility model relates to the field of construction, in particular to materials for making temporary shuttering during the construction of buildings and during in-situ concreting, in particular for producing floors of buildings; the technical problem consists in producing a laminated shuttering plywood which permits a reduction in the concrete laying time, thus reducing the overall construction time, and which furthermore is protected from the effect of the concrete during pouring, i.e. the laminated shuttering plywood does not lose its properties after the first use and therefore can be used repeatedly; the problem is solved by making laminated shuttering plywood comprising at least two interconnected layers, the first of which comprises a series of veneer layers and the second comprises a laminated film, wherein the film has a marking applied thereto in the form of at least two groups of mutually parallel lines with a defined spacing between neighbouring lines.