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1. WO/2016/201563 PROCESS AND SYSTEM FOR REMOVING AMMONIUM FROM WASTEWATERWO22.12.2016
C02F 1/469
PCT/CA2016/050686SALTWORKS TECHNOLOGIES INC.YIN, Xiangchun
Methods, systems, and techniques for removing ammonium from ammonia-containing water involve using a stack that has alternating product chambers and concentrate chambers for receiving ammonia-containing water and an acidic solution, respectively, with the chambers being bounded by alternating cation exchange membranes and proton permselective cation exchange membranes. Ammonium moves from the product chambers to the concentrate chambers across the CEMs and protons move from the concentrate chambers to the product chambers across the pCEMs when the stack is in use. An electrolyzer may also be used to convert the ammonium in the concentrate chambers into nitrogen.

2. WO/2016/200561 ILLUMINATION DEVICEWO15.12.2016
F21V 15/00
PCT/US2016/032685LUMEE, LLCSHOEMAKE, Allan
An illumination device. The illumination device generally has at least one light source and an attachment assembly that connects the light source to a computing device. The light source may be one or more LEDs or a light panel using electroluminescent lighting. The illumination device includes a power source coupled to the light source and a light control mechanism to change at least one of an operative state or an intensity of the light source. The illumination device may also be integrally connected to the computing device. A light cover is implemented to cover the light source and diffuse light emanating therefrom.

3. WO/2016/195628 SUTURE ANCHOR MANAGEMENTWO08.12.2016
A61B 17/04
PCT/US2015/033177WRIGHT MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY, INCBRANTHOVER, Lewis Pearce
A suture management device comprises a first body portion comprising a first post and a second post having a predetermined spacing. A second body portion is releasably coupled to the first body portion. A shaft extends distally from the first body portion. A suture anchor is releasably coupled to a distal end of the shaft. At least one suture extends proximally from the suture anchor along an outer surface of the shaft. The at least one suture is configured to be wrapped around the first and second posts to maintain the suture in a fixed position when the first body portion is coupled to the second body portion. The proximal end of the suture is coupled to the second body portion.

4. WO/2016/190863 METHOD FOR DETERMINING FRACTURE PROPPANT SPATIAL DISTRIBUTION USING PASSIVE SEISMIC SIGNALSWO01.12.2016
G01V 1/28
PCT/US2015/032652MICROSEISMIC, INC.MCKENNA, Jonathan, P.
A method for determining spatial distribution of proppant incudes using signals detected by seismic sensors disposed proximate a formation treated by pumping fracturing fluid containing the proppant. Origin time and spatial position of seismic events induced by pumping the fracturing fluid are determined. Volume and orientation of at least one fracture in the subsurface formation associated with each induced seismic event are determined. Spatial distribution of a volume of the pumped fracturing fluid is determined using the volume and orientation of each fracture. A length of ellipsoidal axes is selected using a surface defined by a selected fractional amount of the total volume of frac fluid pumped into the formation. Spatial distribution of the proppant is determined using proppant mass, specific gravity and expected proppant porosity in the fractures, and spatially distributing a volume of the fractures within an ellipsoid defined by the ellipsoidal axes.

5. WO/2016/189773 PLANT CULTIVATION APPARATUSWO01.12.2016
A01G 7/00
PCT/JP2016/000519PANASONIC INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY MANAGEMENT CO., LTD.FUKUI, Atsushi
The present invention is provided with a cultivation plate (110) for holding a plant (140), a lamp (112) disposed above the cultivation plate and for emitting light downward, a transparent hollow tube (104) positioned between the lamp and the cultivation plate and having a hollow section (1000) in the interior thereof, a light source (100) for introducing artificial light into the transparent hollow tube, and an air duct (107) for supplying air into the hollow section. The transparent hollow tube is provided with an air-circulation opening (106) for ejecting upward the air supplied to the hollow section, and is provided, in the position of the air-circulation opening in plan view, with prisms (105) for reflecting upward the artificial light that has traveled in the lengthwise direction of the transparent hollow tube.

6. WO/2016/190882 SUTURE ANCHOR MANAGEMENTWO01.12.2016
A61B 17/04
PCT/US2015/032971WRIGHT MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY, INC.BRANTHOVER, Lewis Pearce
A suture management device includes a handle defining a first elongate channel. The first elongate channel extends about a longitudinal circumference of the handle. A shaft extends distally from the handle. A suture anchor is coupled to a distal end of the shaft. A suture is configured to extend from the suture anchor proximally along the shaft and into the first elongate channel defined by the handle. A door integrally can be formed with the handle. The suture extends into an area between the door and the handle. The door is configured to maintain tension on the suture when in a closed position.

7. WO/2016/190859 SUTURE ANCHOR MANAGEMENTWO01.12.2016
A61B 17/04
PCT/US2015/032617WRIGHT MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY, INC.BRANTHOVER, Lewis Pearce
A suture management device comprises a handle defining at least a first door cavity, a shaft extending distally from the handle, and a suture anchor coupled to a distal end of the shaft. The suture anchor is configured to couple one or more sutures to a bone. A first releasable door is sized and configured to fit within the first door cavity. The first releasable door is releasably coupled to the handle. The first releasable door defining a suture channel extending longitudinally about the circumference of the releasable door. The suture channel is configured to receive the one or more sutures therein.

8. WO/2016/190487 SLIDING RAIL FOR SHELF MOUNTINGWO01.12.2016
A47B 88/08
PCT/KR2015/008399DUDUWORLD CO.,LTDYIM, Kisun
The present invention relates to a sliding rail for shelf mounting and, more particularly, to a siding rail, which is mounted on a shelf for displaying various objects, and the length of which can be easily adjusted according to the thickness and area of the shelf, thereby improving convenience during use. In this regard, the present invention provides sliding rails (100) mounted with lengths adjusted according to the size of a shelf (6), a pair of the sliding rails (100) constituting a set such that a containing tray (7) can be drawn in and out, each sliding rail (100) comprising: a fixing rail (10), which has a corrugated portion (11) molded on the rear surface thereof, which has an elongated guide hole (12) provided on a side surface thereof in the longitudinal direction, which has a rack (13) continuously molded in the longitudinal direction on the upper portion of the upper inner wall of the guide hole (12), and which has a rail support table (14) formed on the lower portion of the inner wall thereof; an adjustment rail (20) having a second corrugated portion (21) molded on the front surface thereof, which lies opposite the first corrugated portion (11) of the fixing rail (10), and having a tray support table (22) formed on the lower end of the inner wall thereof, the containing tray (7) being placed on the tray support table (22), with the lower portion of the adjustment rail (20) being seated on the rail support table (14); a stopper (30) positioned outside the guide hole (12) of the fixing rail (10), an engaging plate (31) being formed on one end of the stopper (30), a through-hole (31a) being formed in the engaging plate (31), a guide bush (32) that protrudes from the inner surface of the engaging plate (31) being fitted to the guide hole (12), and a detent (34) being formed on the inner surface of a pressing plate (33) on the other end of the stopper (30) so as to engage with the rack (13) on the upper portion of the inner wall through the guide hole (12); a fastening member (40), which penetrates the through-hole (31a) and the guide hole (12) from outside the stopper (30), and which is screw-fastened to a side wall of the adjustment rail (20) and fixed such that the guide bush (32) of the stopper (30) moves along the guide hole (12) and the pressing plate (33) elastically moves left/right inside the guide hole (12); and a hook means (50) having a third corrugated portion (51) continuously formed in the height direction on the inner surface thereof, which faces the first and second corrugated portions (11)(21), and having an engaging hook (52) provided on the upper portion so as to bend towards the shelf such that, while being coupled to the fixing rail (10) and to the adjustment rail (20) by the corrugated portions, the engaging hook (52) is hooked and mounted on the front/rear leading end of the shelf (6).

9. WO/2016/185635 BIOMASS GASIFICATION DEVICEWO24.11.2016
C10J 3/62
PCT/JP2015/085309TESNA ENERGY CO., LTD.TAKAHASHI Kiminori
Provided is a biomass gasification device which generates water gas after carbonizing biomass. The biomass gasification device allows the temperature of the pyrolytic gasification furnace to be quickly and uniformly stabilized with small thermal loss, and prevents reaction residue after the biomass is pyrolyzed and gasified from adhering to the inside of the gasification device. This biomass gasification device includes a main body, a first cylindrical body, a first cut out member, a first cylinder, a first screw conveyor, a second cylindrical body, a second cut out member, a second cylinder, and a second screw conveyor. The first cylinder is provided so as to axially pass through the main body, the first cylindrical body and the first cut out member. The first screw conveyor, the second screw conveyor, and the second cylindrical body each has a gasifying agent supply port.

10. WO/2016/185767 OPTICAL FIBER UNIT MANUFACTURING METHOD AND MANUFACTURING DEVICEWO24.11.2016
G02B 6/44
PCT/JP2016/057327FUJIKURA LTD.KAJI, Tomoaki
[Problem] To achieve a joint at a reversal point in the winding direction of a bundling cord even with an increased linear velocity. [Solution] The present invention provides a method for manufacturing an optical fiber unit by winding the outer periphery of an optical fiber bundle into which a plurality of optical fibers is bundled with at least two bundling cords. The method comprises: feeding the optical fiber bundle in a feeding direction from a fiber passing part; feeding at least one of the bundling cords from a bundling cord passing part of a rotating member arranged on the outer periphery of the fiber passing part, while causing the rotating member to turn with the feeding direction as a pivot in order to form an intersection between the two bundling cords at the outer periphery of the optical fiber bundle while feeding the bundling cord; and forming the optical fiber unit in which the winding direction of the bundling cords around the optical fiber bundle is reversed at a fused point of at least one of the bundling cords by feeding the optical fiber bundle and the bundling cords through a heating part disposed further downstream than the fiber passing part and the rotating member in the feeding direction and fusing the bundling cords to each other at the intersections.


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