WO/2015/142297 ENGINE CONTROL UNIT MOUNTING STRUCTURE FOR A MOTORCYCLE||WO||24.09.2015|
||PCT/TH2014/000010||HONDA MOTOR COMPANY LIMITED||MAEDA, Yasuyuki|
An electronic control unit (ECU) mounting structure for a motorcycle having an ECU and seat rails passing both sides of an under-seat utility box is characterized in that: the utility box includes a recess portion inward of the seat rails, and the ECU resides inward of the seat rails, between a given seat rail and the recess portion of the utility box. The ECU inwardly faces the utility box recess portion. The seat rail overlaps portions of the ECU from a side view. Other electric parts are installable outside of the seat rail, at positions overlapping portions of the ECU from a side view. Spatial gaps exist between the ECU and a) the seat rail, and b) the utility box recess portion. The ECU avoids overlapping the utility box from a front view. The ECU mounting structure eliminates the need for special ECU protection covers, and keeps the motorcycle body shape slim.
WO/2015/142296 A REAR ARM TRUSS STRUCTURE FOR SCOOTERS||WO||24.09.2015|
||PCT/TH2014/000009||HONDA MOTOR COMPANY LIMITED||TSUTSUI, Masayuki|
Problem to be solved: to provide a rear arm structure for a scooter that can be produced using cheaper materials without compromise in strength while enabling the distance between upper and lower portions of the rear arm to be increased without sacrificing strength and increasing weight to thereby enable elevated coupling to a muffler without occlusion of the rear arm from side view, thus allowing the aesthetic elements of the rear arm to be prominently displayed. Solution: In a scooter having a scooter frame and an engine unit being swingably coupled thereto, where the engine unit has an engine case and a belt converter extending therefrom for supporting a rear wheel on one side of the scooter, a rear arm truss structure is positioned on the other side of the scooter and connects between a rear portion of an engine case and an axle of the rear wheel with the scooter further having a muffler extending rearwardly and upwardly. The rear arm truss structure comprises a tubular upper arm having a front end coupled to an rear-upper mounting portion of said engine case and a rear end coupled to a rear-upper portion of said muffler, and a lower arm is located below said upper arm and having a front end coupled to a rear-lower mounting portion of said engine case and a rear end coupled to a rear wheel axis supporting portion for supporting said axle of the rear wheel. The tubular truss frame structure connects between said upper arm and said lower arm.
WO/2015/133973 LOW SUGAR FRUIT JUICE FROM 100% FRUIT JUICE AND ITS PROCESS STEPS||WO||11.09.2015|
||PCT/TH2015/000003||CHULALONGKORN UNIVERSITY||PRAKITCHAIWATTANA, Cheunjit|
This invention is related to the development of low sugar fruit juice from 100% fruit juice which comprises of 100% fruit juice as the main fruit juice mixed with 100% fruit juice of which sugar is reduced by biological process in the proportion that decreases the sugar content in 100% fruit juice served as the main fruit juice from 5- 50%. Total soluble solid, titratable acidity and pH are 7.0-14.0 °Brix, 0.50-1.80%, and 3.0-4.6, respectively. Low sugar fruit juice from 100% fruit juice can be kept as fresh, frozen, pasteurized in hermetically sealed package, commercially sterilized, and/or by using other means of reduction or inactivation of microorganisms to prolong its shelf life.
WO/2015/130238 ROBOTIC SPRAY COATING SYSTEM AND METHOD||WO||03.09.2015|
||PCT/TH2014/000006||SANDUSADEE, Kong||SANDUSADEE, Kong|
The present invention is related to the robotic spray coating system comprising of a single paint robot (1) with atomizer or applicator (5) that is capable of supplying one or more coating agents or paints on objects (4), and at least one turntable unit (2) located under one part of the paint robot which has two or more extending arms. Each extending arm contains at least one rotary jig (3) to handle or fix the objects, preferably automotive parts, onto the turntable arms. With the robotic spray coating system as described in this invention, the coating process can handle various automotive parts, and can flexibly apply single layer to multi-layer of coating agents without compromising on productivity of the entire system.
WO/2015/130239 TRANSACTING VIA A SOCIAL NETWORK||WO||03.09.2015|
||PCT/TH2014/000007||PUREETIP, Taweechai||PUREETIP, Taweechai|
Example embodiments relate to methods, systems, and devices for perfennmg a. transaction comprising providing, from a user device, an indicia associated with a first user account. The first user account is, one of a plurality -of user accounts of a social network. The method further comprises transmitting, to one or more social network servers, a transaction request including a total amount of the transaction and the indicia, and processing, by the one or more social network servers, the transaction request The' method further comprises completing, by the one or more social network servers, the transaction request by causing a transfer of the total amount of the transaction, to a fund account associated with a third : party,. At least a first portion of the transferred total amount of the transaction is provided from a fund account associated with a second user account registered in the social network.
WO/2015/130241 APPARATUS FOR ENHANCING PERFORMANCE OF FUEL COMBUSTION||WO||03.09.2015|
||PCT/TH2015/000015||TOWIWAT, Dhiti||TOWIWAT, Dhiti|
This invention demonstrate the apparatus for enhancing the performance of fuel combustion having tubes comprised of woven filaments in the form of a net made of metal or non-metal materials having the property of reducing static charges between molecules. The invention as disclosed herein will allow the better distribution of gas mass. The spaces between molecules of gas mass can enhance its flammable property and allow complete combustion. With the same amount of gas used, the heat and energy obtained will also increase.
WO/2015/130240 POLYMER COMPOSITION FOR ROTOMOLDING||WO||03.09.2015|
||PCT/TH2015/000013||SCG CHEMICALS CO., LTD||TANGCHAREETSAKUL, Pornthip|
This invention relates to a polymer composition for rotomolding comprising polymer; lustrous material with particle size of 1 μm to 2 mm not more than 15 percent by weight of polymer; and optionally, an effective amount of additives for rotational molding technique, not more than 5 percent by weight of polymer. This composition is used to manufacture plastic articles with pronounced surface effect, particularly providing articles with glittering or sparkling surface.
WO/2015/122857 METHOD TO PRODUCE A MODULAR, EASILY CUSTOMIZABLE, EASILY AERATE-ABLE NO ICE CREAM MACHINE NEEDED ICE CREAM AND FROZEN DAIRY AND NON-DAIRY DESSERT DRY MIX WITH ENHANCED SOLUBILITY AND HYDRATION PROPERTIES, AND PRODUCTS MADE BY THAT METHOD||WO||20.08.2015|
||PCT/TH2015/000008||ABU-ALI, Jareer Mansour||ABU-ALI, Jareer Mansour|
This disclosure describes a simple, low cost method to produce a modular dry mix that can easily be modified and customized to produce a wide range of easy to aerate,ice cream and frozen dairy and non-dairy desserts and products made by this process, withtout needing ice cream machines. The method relies on successive simultaneous particle size reduction and blending steps without the use of traditional mix drying operations. The formulations produced by this process are modular and allow quick and simple ingredient substitutions to create distinct finished products. The process yields mixes that produce stronger, more stable foams that don't leave an oily mouth feel. The disclosure also includes a formulation and process used to make ice cream, and related frozen dairy and non-dairy desserts at room temperature in one step where the ingredients do not need to be aged, or homogenized, and aeration occurs without the need for simultaneous cooling or freezing. The process allows the end-user to control and vary the texture, freezing rate, melting point and eating qualities of the product without the use of traditional, home or industrial ice cream machines and a product made by this process. A product produced from this mix consists of a (protein-concentrate and emulsifier)- stabilized, protein-based foam created by combining a powder mix with one or a combination of a large range of liquids above freezing temperature, then immediately whisking the mixture at room temperature to a target overrun without pre-aging, and then freezing that product statically till desired hardness is achieved. The main execution of this process involves the use of dry powders that are transported and sold dry and then reconstituted by the end user in one step before they are combined and whisked without pretreatment, pre-freezing homogenization or aging.
WO/2015/119584 SHAFT CUTTING MACHINE THAT IS ABLE TO CUT SHORT SIZE SHAFT||WO||13.08.2015|
||PCT/TH2015/000005||THAISAKOL GROUP CO., LTD.||KANEHATA, Akira|
Shaft cutting machine that is able to cut short size shaft composes of machine structure of which its part supporting the installing of short size shaft feeding in part. This feeding in part could fit with short size shaft in horizontal. The shaft is to be sent to rail that support the moving of shaft. This supporting rail support the mechanical pushing of short size shaft located behind moving that compose of the structure of forth-back axis be able to moving in-out for push the shaft that need to cut out by blade the short shaft that is supplied.
WO/2015/116007 CATALYTIC CARBON COUNTER ELECTRODE FOR DYE-SENSITIZED SOLAR CELLS||WO||06.08.2015|
||PCT/TH2015/000004||THE THAILAND RESEARCH FUND||AMORNKITBAMRUNG, Vittaya|
A carbon catalyst layer for electrolyte based tri-iodide/iodine redox couples includes amorphous carbon, oxygen, silicon, tin and fluorine. The catalyst layer can be coated on a transparent conducting oxide (TCO) glass substrate for use as a counter electrode in a dye- sensitized solar cell (DSSC). By annealing the coated carbon catalyst layer at a temperature between approximately 250 - 650 °C (e.g., 300 - 600 °C) to establish an appropriate sp3 orbital fraction, the carbon catalyst layer can have low electrical resistivity, high electro-catalytic activity, and excellent photoelectric conversion efficiency, which has been measured as 98.32% of that of a DSSC having a conventional platinum catalyst based counter electrode.