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1. WO/2015/112155 TWO SIDED MULTI-PLY TISSUE PRODUCTWO30.07.2015
D21H 27/40
PCT/US2014/012856KIMBERLY-CLARK WORLDWIDE, INC.GOULET, Mike, Thomas
The invention provides a multi-ply tissue product having different surface characteristics on each side of the product. The multi-ply tissue product may be formed from two or more plies where one surface is formed by a substantially smooth creped ply and the other surface is formed by a textured through-air dried ply. In this manner the tissue product may be used for both personal care, which requires a soft and smooth surface, and general household wiping, which requires a rough, durable surface.

2. WO/2015/112160 METHOD AND CRITERIA FOR TRAJECTORY CONTROLWO30.07.2015
E21B 23/08
PCT/US2014/012950HALLIBURTON ENERGY SERVICES, INC.SAMUEL, Robello
The disclosed embodiments include a method, apparatus, and computer program product configured to performing automated downhole wellbore trajectory control for correcting between an actual wellbore trajectory path and a planned wellbore trajectory path. For example, in one embodiment, a PID controller is configured to obtain real-time data gathered during the drilling operation, determine whether the actual wellbore trajectory path deviates from the the planned wellbore trajectory path, and automatically initiate the downhole wellbore trajectory control to change the actual wellbore trajectory path to a modified correction path that is determined using a minimum incremental wellbore energy method.

3. WO/2015/112112 AUTOMATICALLY DISCOVERING TOPOLOGY OF AN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (IT) INFRASTRUCTUREWO30.07.2015
G06F 17/30
PCT/US2014/012250HEWLETT-PACKARD DEVELOPMENT COMPANY, L.P.SURAGI MATH, Shiva, Prakash
Provided is a method of automatically discovering topology of an information technology (IT) infrastructure. Topology relationships amongst configuration items (CI) present in a semi-structured data generated by an information technology component of the IT infrastructure are determined. Topology relationships amongst configuration items (CI) present in a structured data generated by the information technology component of the IT infrastructure are determined. The topology relationships amongst the configuration items (CI) present in the semi-structured data are reconciled with the topology relationships amongst the configuration items (CI) present in the structured data.

4. WO/2015/112121 HEPARIN AFFINITY TAG FOR USE IN PROTEIN PURIFICATIONWO30.07.2015
C07K 1/22
PCT/US2014/012340THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSASTHALLAPURANAM, Suresh, Kumar
In one aspect, affinity tags for recombinant protein purification are described herein which, in some embodiments, can mitigate or overcome disadvantages of prior affinity tag systems. In some embodiments, for example, affinity tags described herein permit efficient elution of desired recombinant proteins with simplified solution systems, such as alkali metal salt solutions. An affinity tag described herein comprises an amino acid sequence including a repeating amino acid unit of BXXXBXX, wherein B is an amino acid selected from the group consisting of histidine, lysine and arginine and X is an amino acid selected from the group consisting of amino acids other than histidine, lysine and arginine.

5. WO/2015/112178 VOLTAGE REGULATION FOR BATTERY STRINGSWO30.07.2015
PCT/US2014/013197HEWLETT-PACKARD DEVELOPMENT COMPANY, L.P.NGUYEN, Hai Ngoc
A system for regulating voltage and current capability for a battery is described herein. The system includes at least two parallel battery strings to power a system load, where each battery string acts independently of another battery string. The system also includes a current sensor to determine an individual discharging current through each battery string in a circuit. The system also includes a switch to power on a particular battery string to support the system load by discharging current.

6. WO/2015/112133 RELATIVE GPS DATA REFINEMENTWO30.07.2015
H04M 11/04
PCT/US2014/012504EMPIRE TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT LLCKRULWICH, Bruce
In some examples, a system to produce refined location information for multiple vehicles may aggregate GPS coordinates collected from each of multiple devices over a period of time, estimate a location for each of the multiple devices at intervals during the period of time, track the locations for each of the multiple devices over the period of time, and determine a current location, on a road, of the vehicle corresponding to each of the devices based on a detected trend of the tracked locations for each of the multiple devices over the period of time.

7. WO/2015/112136 CROSS-COUPLING COMPENSATION VIA COMPLEX-PLANE BASED EXTRAPOLATION OF FREQUENCY DEPENDENT MEASUREMENTSWO30.07.2015
G01V 3/18
PCT/US2014/012541HALLIBUTON ENERGY SERVICES, INC.SAN MARTIN, Luis, E.
Illustrative logging methods, systems, and software, provide for correction of cross- coupling error via a complex-plane extrapolation technique. Frequency-dependent measurements at each given borehole position will trace out a dependence of a quadrature signal component on the in-phase component. With linear or curve-fit extrapolation to the real axis, the cross-coupling error is readily compensated, enabling more accurate formation property logs to be derived over greater range of operating environments. The technique is particularly suitable for use with laterolog resistivity tools, where cross-coupling between current and voltage conductors might otherwise be problematic.

8. WO/2015/112132 CLUSTERS OF MICRON-AND NANO-SIZED PROPPANT FOR USE IN SUBTERRANEAN OPERATIONSWO30.07.2015
C09K 8/58
PCT/US2014/012503HALLIBURTON ENERGY SERVICES, INC.DUSTERHOFT, Ronald, G.
Compositions and methods for forming and using clusters of micron- and/or nano-sized solid materials (e.g., particulates, fibers, etc.) as proppants in subterranean operations are provided. In one embodiment, the methods comprise: providing a fracturing fluid comprising a base fluid, a plurality of small-sized solid materials and one or more surface modifying agents; forming a plurality of proppant clusters, each proppant cluster comprising two or more of the small-sized solid materials bound together with a portion of the one or more surface modifying agents; and introducing the fracturing fluid into a well bore penetrating at least a portion of a subterranean formation at or above a pressure sufficient to create or enhance one or more fractures in the portion of the subterranean formation.

9. WO/2015/112124 FRACTURE REDUCTION STRUCTUREWO30.07.2015
A61B 17/76
PCT/US2014/012394EMPIRE TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT LLCBERTOLLO, Nicky
Technologies are generally provided for an attachment device to achieve pelvic fracture reduction and stabilization. An example attachment device may include two or more screws coupled together in succession to generate a reduction force when inserted through bony tissue. Each screw may have a hollow center, and a guide wire defining a linear or curvilinear path through bony tissue may be configured to pass through the center of the screws. Successive screw segments may exhibit increasing thread pitch to permit generation of a reduction force across multiple fracture planes. Each screw segment may vary in length, diameter, and pitch to enable customization of a configuration of the attachment device according to anatomical needs. Distal and proximal ends of each screw segment may be configured such that multiple rotational degrees of freedom of successive screws may be permitted about axes forming tangents with a longitudinal axis of the guide wire.

10. WO/2015/112138 LIQUID IN AEROSOL DISPERSING APPARATUS AND METHODWO30.07.2015
A61L 9/12
PCT/US2014/012546HAIM, Roei, BenHAIM, Roei, Ben
A system and method delivers an atomized solution to the interior volume of a building or room utilizing a venturi effect for the atomization.


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