WO/2016/202348 FULL FLASHING WAVING FLUTTERING FLAG USING SOLAR POWER, ELECTRICITY OR BATTERIES||WO||22.12.2016|
||PCT/EG2015/000029||ALHASHMI, Abdalla Abdelrahman Mohamed Alsayed||ALHASHMI, Abdalla Abdelrahman Mohamed Alsayed|
Full Flashing flag (3) either by city electricity or renewable solar energy, there can be variable shapes and colors of the light of the flag due to the design of the flags of different countries so as to be applicable to any flag of any country, also this flag (3) can be fluttering in the air due to the effect of the wind that can make the flag (3) waving in the air, moreover the flag (3) can be small, held by hand and using lithium batteries (5) or it can be hold on street columns to be flashing using either power of city electricity or solar energy. In addition to the peculiar way in holding the material of the flashing flag (3) by standing column (1) holding the flag (3) from the vertical side and another upper stick (2) holding the horizontal side of the flag (3). After proving the ability of making the flag (3), it must consist of the following •. Vertical Stick or column (1): holding the flag from the vertical side •. Horizontal stick (2): holding the flag from the upper side horizontally •. Lightening: Using the (EL Lamp) or (Flashing Led). •. Fixing methods : Land fixing (Large Size) whereby using either solar energy or the city electricity, also can be small size using the lithium batteries (5) either rechargeable or un rechargeable
WO/2016/148641 SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR INFORMATION SECURITY THREAT DISRUPTION VIA A BORDER GATEWAY||WO||22.09.2016|
||PCT/SG2015/050040||CERTIS CISCO SECURITY PTE LTD||LIM, Keng Leng Albert|
A system and method for disrupting an information security threat that constitutes an attack on a computer asset in a computer network is provided. The provided system and method disrupts this information security threat after the attack on the computer asset has been detected by at least one of the monitoring devices on the affected computer network. An intermediate upstream gateway of the affected computer network is then utilized to disrupt this information security threat. As the detected attack is being disrupted, a mitigation action will be automatically initiated if a mitigation action associated with the attack is stored in the system's database; else information about the attack will be sent to a central command centre for further assessment. At the central command centre, a mitigating action will be further developed and executed to address the intention of the attack.
WO/2016/076911 MECHANICAL SEPARATOR FOR A BIOLOGICAL FLUID||WO||19.05.2016|
||PCT/US2015/020797||BECTON, DICKINSON AND COMPANY||LOSADA, Robert, J.|
A separation assembly for separation of a fluid into first and second parts is disclosed. A container has a sidewall defining an interior, the container defining a longitudinal axis between the first end and the second end. A separator body is disposed within the interior having a through-hole defined therethrough. The separator body includes a first part, and a second part interfaced with the first part, wherein the separator body is transitionable from a first position wherein the through-hole is provided in fluid-receiving alignment with the first end of the container, to a second position wherein the through-hole is provided substantially perpendicular to the longitudinal axis of the container. In the first position, a through-axis of the through-hole of the separator body is in a plane that is not parallel with a plane containing the longitudinal axis of the container.
WO/2016/076910 MECHANICAL SEPARATOR FOR A BIOLOGICAL FLUID||WO||19.05.2016|
||PCT/US2015/020784||BECTON, DICKINSON AND COMPANY||LOSADA, Robert, J.|
A mechanical separator and separation assembly for separating a fluid sample into first and second parts within a collection container is disclosed. The mechanical separator has a body having a through-hole for allowing fluid to pass therethrough and includes a first portion, having a first density, and a second portion, having a second density different from the first density. The body defines a longitudinal axis extending perpendicular to the through-hole, and exhibits a first compression value when a force is applied to the body along this axis. The body also defines an axis extending perpendicular to the longitudinal axis and along the through-hole and exhibits a second compression value when a force is applied along this axis. The first compression value is different than the second compression value and may be less than the second compression value..
WO/2015/188599 ELECTRIC BALANCE SCOOTER||WO||17.12.2015|
||PCT/CN2014/092849||HANGZHOU CHIC INTELLIGENT TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD||YING, Jiawei|
Provided is an electric balance scooter, comprising a top cover, a bottom cover, an inner cover, a rotating mechanism, two wheels, two wheel hub motors, a plurality of sensors, a power supply and a controller, wherein the top cover comprises a first top cover and a second top cover which are symmetrically arranged and can mutually rotate; the bottom cover is fixed to the top cover, and the bottom cover comprises a first bottom cover and a second bottom cover which are symmetrically arranged and can mutually rotate; the inner cover is fixed between the top cover and the bottom cover, and the inner cover comprises a first inner cover and a second cover which are symmetrically arranged and can mutually rotate; the rotating mechanism is fixed between the first inner cover and the second cover; the two wheels are rotatably fixed to two sides of the inner cover respectively; the two wheel hub motors are fixed in the two wheels respectively; the plurality of sensors are arranged between the bottom cover and the inner cover respectively; the power supply is fixed between the first bottom cover and the first inner cover; and the controller is fixed between the second bottom cover and the second inner cover, the controller is electrically connected to the plurality of sensors, the power supply and the wheel hub motors, and the controller controls the corresponding wheel hub motors to drive the corresponding wheels to rotate according to the sensed signals transmitted by the sensors.
WO/2015/152740 GAS ACTUATED TOOL||WO||08.10.2015|
||PCT/PL2014/000030||PRZEMYSŁOWY INSTYTUT AUTOMATYKI I POMIARÓW PIAP||ZBOIŃSKI, Mariusz|
Operating element of powder gas actuated tools and equipped with a combustion chamber, wherein the element is of a cylindrical shape, and in the internal chamber of the cylindrical body (1), there is a displaced piston (2) located and equipped with the arbour (3) surrounded by a return spring element (4); however, the arbour (3) is terminated with a replaceable operating bit (5), and the return spring element (4) is supported with one end of the piston (2) and with the other on the bottom (6) of the cylindrical body (1), which has a port hole, in which the arbour (3) is guided.
WO/2015/119647 SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR COUPLING AN OVERPRESSURE WAVE TO A TARGET MEDIA||WO||13.08.2015|
||PCT/US2014/036667||SOUNDBLAST TECHNOLOGIES LLC.||FULLERTON, Larry W.|
An improved seismic exploration system and method involves an overpressure wave generator for generating an overpressure wave and a coupling component for converting a pressure of said generated overpressure wave into a force that produces a conducted acoustic wave in a target media. The coupling component includes a coupling chamber, a push plate assembly including a top plate, piston rod, and an earth plate, a movement constraining vessel including a stabilizing component for constraining movement of the push plate assembly and a sealing component for substantially sealing the coupling component, and a stop component for preventing the movement constraining vessel from striking the earth plate.
WO/2015/112138 LIQUID IN AEROSOL DISPERSING APPARATUS AND METHOD||WO||30.07.2015|
||PCT/US2014/012546||HAIM, Roei, Ben||HAIM, 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.
WO/2015/103892 METHOD FOR EFFICIENTLY REMOVING ACID GAS SULFIDE BY USING DESULFURIZATION TECHNOLOGY IN AMMONIA METHOD||WO||16.07.2015|
||PCT/CN2014/087887||JIANGSU NEW CENTURY JIANGNAN ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION CO., LTD||LUO, Jing|
A method for efficiently removing an acid gas sulfide by using a desulfurization technology in an ammonia method comprises the following steps: 1) pretreatment: converting residual sulfur in an acid gas into sulfur oxide by means of a method of performing sulfur recycling, acid preparation and/or combustion pretreatment on sulfide in the acid gas, so as to obtain an acid tail gas containing the sulfur oxide, the acid gas being from industrial tail gas from a petroleum chemical industry, a natural gas chemical industry, a coal chemical industry, a shale oil industry, a shale gas industry, a sulfuric acid industry or the like; 2) absorption of sulfur oxide by using an ammonia method: introducing the acid tail gas containing the sulfur oxide into an ammonia process absorption apparatus, and absorbing the sulfur oxide by using a cyclic absorption liquid, and adjusting an absorption liquid parameter according to an amount of the removed sulfur oxide and a concentration of the sulfur oxide, so that the processed clean gas reaches a standard and is discharged; and 3) ammonium sulfate aftertreatment: fully absorbing saturated or approximately saturated absorption liquid of the sulfur oxide, performing concentration and crystallization, and performing solid-liquid separation and drying, so as to obtain a solid ammonium sulfate product.
WO/2015/105474 IMPLEMENTATION CONCEPTS AND RELATED METHODS FOR OPTICAL COMPUTING DEVICES||WO||16.07.2015|
||PCT/US2013/046840||HALLIBURTON ENERGY SERVICES INC.||FREESE, Robert P.|
Various implementations of optical computing devices are described herein which include a "tuning fork" probe, "spark plug" probe, "grooved tubular" and "modular" type implementation.