WO/2015/152896 ASSEMBLY AND METHOD FOR REMOVING LIQUID BYPRODUCTS FROM FOAM||WO||08.10.2015|
||PCT/US2014/032487||TEMPUR-PEDIC MANAGEMENT, LLC||PAULSEN, Carlotta, M.|
An assembly for removing liquid byproducts from a piece of foam includes a body engageable with the foam for applying a compressive force to the foam, thereby causing liquid byproducts in the foam to migrate toward a surface of the foam, a vaporization device to facilitate evaporation of the liquid byproducts from the surface of the foam, and a filter for capturing the evaporated byproducts.
WO/2015/152943 ISOTOPIC ANALYSIS FROM A CONTROLLED EXTRACTOR IN COMMUNICATION TO A FLUID SYSTEM ON A DRILLING RIG||WO||08.10.2015|
||PCT/US2014/032999||HALLIBURTON ENERGY SERVICES, INC.||ROWE, Mathew, D.|
A method for downhole formation evaluation includes extracting a fluid sample from a drilling fluid using a controlled gas separator. The evaluation further includes extracting a plurality of individual chemical species from the fluid sample, wherein the individual chemical species include methane, ethane, propane, and CO2 and identifying isotope concentrations in each of the individual chemical species. Identified isotope concentrations in each of the individual chemical species are output for a first time period.
WO/2015/152928 COMPOSITE SLICKLINE CABLE INTEGRITY TESTING||WO||08.10.2015|
||PCT/US2014/032856||HALLIBURTON ENERGY SERVICES, INC.||THOMAS, Sean, Gregory|
A disclosed example embodiment includes a system of testing slickline cable integrity. The system includes a composite slickline cable including a fiber reinforced polymer having at least one optical fiber disposed therein. At least a portion of the optical fiber is placed in axial stress. An optical analyzer is optically coupled to the optical fiber. The optical analyzer is operable to send an optical signal into the optical fiber, receive optical feedback from the optical fiber, responsive to the received optical feedback, identify variations in at least one parameter of the optical fiber and determine whether any identified variations exceeds a predetermined threshold, thereby indicating possible loss of composite slickline cable integrity.
WO/2015/152855 INTEGRATED CIRCUIT CHIP ATTACHMENT USING LOCAL HEAT SOURCE||WO||08.10.2015|
||PCT/US2014/032280||INTEL CORPORATION||BOYD, Thomas Alan|
Integrated circuit chip attachment is described using a local heat source. In one example an interposer has a top side to connect to a silicon component and a bottom side to connect to a circuit board, the top side having a plurality of contact pads to electrically connect to the silicon component using solder. The interposer a plurality of heater traces having connection terminals. A removable control module attaches over the interposer and silicon component to conduct a current to the heater connection terminals to heat the heater traces, to melt a solder on the contact pads of the interposer and to form a solder joint between the component and the interposer.
WO/2015/152931 METHOD OF OPERATING VERTICAL SECTORIZATION IN FD-MIMO SYSTEMS||WO||08.10.2015|
||PCT/US2014/032887||HITACHI, LTD.||AKOUM, Salam|
Example implementations described herein are directed to forming additional sectors in the vertical domain (called vertical sectorization) for a base station (BS). Example implementations may involve various methods of forming and operating vertical sectors. Example implementations may involve a BS configured with a two dimensional active antenna grid such as in a Full Dimensional Multiple Input Multiple Output (FD-MIMO) system. Example implementations may allow a network operator to create vertical sectors, perform initial configuration and optimize the subsequent data rate performance.
WO/2015/152929 COMPOSITE SLICKLINE CABLE HAVING AN OPTICAL FIBER WITH OPTIMIZED RESIDUAL STRAIN||WO||08.10.2015|
||PCT/US2014/032862||HALLIBURTON ENERGY SERVICES, INC.||LEBLANC, Michel, Joseph|
A disclosed example embodiment includes a composite slickline cable having an optical fiber with optimized residual strain. The composite slickline cable includes a fiber reinforced polymer and at least one optical fiber disposed within the fiber reinforced polymer such that axial stress applied to the composite slickline cable is shared by the at least one optical fiber and the fiber reinforced polymer. In the axially unstressed state of the composite slickline cable, the at least one optical fiber has a residual strain between about -1,000 microstrain and about 500 microstrain.
WO/2015/152946 IDENTIFICATION SYSTEM AND METHOD||WO||08.10.2015|
||PCT/US2014/033106||EMPIRE TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT LLC||COOKE, Cameron|
A system to identify at least a property of a substance located in an object, or located on a surface of the object, is generally described. The system may include an electromagnetic radiation (EMR) source arranged to selectively emit EMR at more than one wavelength to illuminate the surface of the object.
WO/2015/152915 BOOLEAN ALGEBRA FOR CLAIM MAPPING AND ANALYSIS||WO||08.10.2015|
||PCT/US2014/032667||HALLIBURTON ENERGY SERVICES, INC.||SURJAATMADJA, Jim B.|
Some aspects of this specification describe the use of Boolean algebra for patent claim mapping and analysis. In some instances, characteristics of a collection of technologies are represented as binary variables, and each of the technologies has a respective subset of the characteristics. The collection of technologies is represented as a collection of binary functions, and each binary function includes a respective subset of the binary variables. A patent claim is generated based on inverting the binary functions according to Boolean algebra.
WO/2015/152858 VEHICLE EXHAUST SYSTEM WITH RESISTIVE PATCH||WO||08.10.2015|
||PCT/US2014/032302||FAURECIA EMISSIONS CONTROL TECHNOLOGIES||ABRAM, Kwin|
A vehicle exhaust system includes an exhaust component having an outer surface and an inner surface that defines an internal exhaust component cavity. At least one hole is formed in the exhaust component to extend through a wall of the exhaust component from the outer surface to the inner surface. A member is formed from a resistive material and is configured to overlap the at least one hole. At least one spacer is configured to space the member away from the inner or outer surface of the exhaust component to create an open cavity between the member and the exhaust component. In one example, an actuator is configured to cover and uncover the member dependent upon an operating characteristic to vary damping.
WO/2015/152927 MBSFN MEASUREMENTS AND DRX, DIFFERENT DRX SETTINGS FOR DIFFERENT TRANSMISSION TYPES||WO||08.10.2015|
||PCT/US2014/032840||NOKIA TECHNOLOGIES OY||DALSGAARD, Lars|
Methods and apparatus, including computer program products, are provided for MBSFN measurements. In one aspect there is provided a method. The method may include receiving, by a user equipment, an indication of a monitoring requirement (202, 204) for at least one of an idle mode of operation at the user equipment or a connected mode of operation at the user equipment; receiving, by the user equipment, information (206) for one or more transmissions (MBMS) that are multicast or broadcast; and measuring, by the user equipment, the one or more transmissions (MBMS) that are multicast or broadcast, the measuring performed in accordance with the received information (206) and without regard to the indication of the monitoring requirement (202, 204) for at least one of the idle mode of operation or the connected mode of operation. Related apparatus, systems, methods, and articles are also described.