WO/2015/090959 PASSENGER AIRCRAFT||WO||25.06.2015|
||PCT/EP2014/076361||LUFTHANSA TECHNIK AG ||PFINGSTEN, Kai-Christoph |
The invention relates to a passenger aircraft (10) comprising a pressurized cabin which has a crown volume (13) and a passenger deck (12), the passenger deck (12) having at least one passenger compartment (14) which is separated from the remaining passenger volume (16) by partitions (15). The aircraft is characterised in that a rupture partition (22) adjoins the side (20) of the aircraft, said partition delimiting the passenger compartment (14) and extending below the ceiling (19) of the passenger volume, and the space (23) that lies between the rupture partition (22) and the side (20) of the aircraft and that faces towards the crown volume (13) is open and forms a common pressurized area with said crown volume.
WO/2015/094017 METHOD FOR ISOLATING SEPARATE TYPES OF MICRO-RNA FROM BIOLOGICAL FLUIDS CONTAINING EXOSOMES||WO||25.06.2015|
||PCT/RU2014/000941||MAMONTOVA, Marina Vasilevna МАМОНТОВА, Марина Васильевна||POSPELOV, Vadim Igorevich ПОСПЕЛОВ, Вадим Игоревич|
The invention relates to biotechnology, and specifically to a method for isolating microRNA from biological fluids which contain exosomes. The method involves subsequent centrifugation, ultrafiltration and ultracentrifugation of a condensed culture medium, dissolving the produced precipitate in a phosphate salt buffer and further centrifugation. The produced precipitate is dissolved in water, and the solution is subjected to free flow electrophoresis using an FFE system apparatus. Each produced fraction then undergoes ultracentrifugation. Each fraction is cleaned of cell walls of exosomes by means of filtration and centrifugation, and a reverse transcription reaction is carried out using reverse transcriptase. The reaction is stopped by heating to 95°С over a period of 5 minutes.
WO/2015/066951 MITER SAW||WO||14.05.2015|
||PCT/CN2013/089644||KEN HOLDINGS CO., LTD 锐奇控股股份有限公司||WU, Mingting 吴明厅|
A miter saw comprises a base (2) with a plurality of grooves (20) provided on a lower surface, a worktable (1) capable of rotating relative to the base (2), a rotary positioning mechanism and a locking mechanism. The rotary positioning mechanism comprises a main part fixedly connected with and moving following the worktable (1), and a boss (21) provided on the main part. The boss (21) clamps into one of a plurality of grooves (20) of the base (2) to position the worktable (1) in a desired rotational position relative to the base (2). The locking mechanism is operatively connected to the worktable (1) so as to lock the worktable (1) in the desired rotational position. The miter saw has reasonable structure and strong practicality, and the positioning and locking of the worktable relative to the base can be realized only by one-handed operation.
WO/2015/062859 COOKING DEVICE WITH HOT PLATE||WO||07.05.2015|
||PCT/EP2014/072009||BSH HAUSGERÄTE GMBH ||CLAUSS, Stéphane |
The invention concerns a cooking device (1) comprising an upper hot plate (2; 12; 22) on which material to be cooked can be placed, the hot plate (2; 12; 22) being divided into a plurality of individually heatable heating zones (5-8; 13, 14, 16, 17; 23-30), and at least one first set of a plurality of connected adjacent heating zones (7, 8; 13, 14; 23-26) being completely surrounded by a second set of a plurality of connected adjacent heating zones (5, 6; 16, 17; 27-30).
WO/2015/056231 TUNGSTEN-CARBIDE/COBALT INK COMPOSITION FOR 3D INKJET PRINTING||WO||23.04.2015|
||PCT/IB2014/065401||XJET LTD. ||BENICHOU, Axel |
There is disclosed an ink composition for three dimensional (3D) printing. The ink composition comprises: a liquid dispersion of tungsten carbide (WC) particles and cobalt (Co) particles, and, a carrier vehicle for the dispersion of tungsten carbide particles and the dispersion of cobalt particles. The ink composition is of a viscosity usable with ink jet print heads for 3D printing.
WO/2015/051475 KEY AND LOCK||WO||16.04.2015|
||PCT/CH2014/000146||URBANALPS AG ||OJEDA GONZÁLEZ-POSADA, Alejandro |
The key comprises at least one coding cavity (55) defining a hollow geometry for coding the key. The geometry includes at least one internal undercut (60a, 60b). The lock for validating a key comprises blocking means (21, 22) coupled to a driving part (14) and validating means (25, 26) which are coupled to the blocking means so as to change the state of the blocking means when the key used with the lock has a correct coding. The validating means (25, 26) protrude at least partially into the key cavity of the lock in order to introduce the validating means at least partially into the coding cavity (55) of the key and to sense the inner face of the coding cavity.
WO/2015/048984 GEAR PUMP WITH IMPROVED PUMP INLET||WO||09.04.2015|
||PCT/EP2013/070394||MAAG PUMP SYSTEMS AG ||HEINEN, Michael |
Gear pump with meshing gears (1, 1') enclosed by a pump housing (2), with bearing journals (5, 6) arranged on longitudinal axes (9, 10) and each projecting laterally away from the gears (1, 1'), wherein at least one of the bearing journals (5, 6) has, at least over part of its axial extension, a bearing journal diameter that lies in the range from 90% to 100% of a root diameter of the toothing of the associated gear (1, 1'). The pump is characterized in that a toothing width (b) is at least twice the dimension of a distance (a) between the longitudinal axes (9, 10), the toothing width (b) being an extension of the gears (1, 1') parallel to the longitudinal axes (9, 10).
WO/2015/049316 APPARATUS FOR DRAWING OFF AND WINDING UP A THREAD BUNDLE||WO||09.04.2015|
||PCT/EP2014/071088||OERLIKON TEXTILE GMBH & CO. KG ||JUNGBECKER, Philip |
The invention relates to an apparatus for drawing off and winding up a thread bundle in a melt spinning process. The apparatus has a plurality of galettes, which are held in a projecting manner on a carrier wall of a galette module and interact with a winding machine having a plurality of winding points formed distributed along a winding spindle. According to the invention, to ensure that there is no mutual influence during stretching and relaxing of the threads, in particular in the case of a compact galette arrangement, the galettes on the carrier wall and having a high-temperature galette casing and the galettes having a low-temperature galette casing are arranged such that they are insulated from each other.
WO/2015/048111 LASER PROCESSING SYSTEMS CAPABLE OF DITHERING||WO||02.04.2015|
||PCT/US2014/057186||IPG PHOTONICS CORPORATION ||DALLAROSA, Joseph Leo, |
Laser processing systems and methods are capable of moving a laser beam while maintaining consistent laser beam characteristics at processing locations. The laser processing systems generate a collimated laser beam having a consistent Z axis power density along at least a portion of a length of the laser beam and dither the collimated laser beam along one of the X and Y axes. The dithering of the collimated laser beam facilitates consistent laser processing on a three-dimensional surface, for example, to provide consistent deposition of a coating in a laser cladding process. A laser processing system may include a beam delivery system that provides both the collimation and the dithering of the collimated laser as well as an adjustment of the beam diameter of the collimated beam.
WO/2015/043353 PREPARATION METHOD FOR MOISTURE-CURING POLYURETHANE REACTIVE HOT MELT ADHESIVE FOR TEXTILE COMPOSITION||WO||02.04.2015|
||PCT/CN2014/085368||KUNSHAN TIANYANG HOT MELT ADHESIVE CO., LTD. 昆山天洋热熔胶有限公司||LI, Zhelong 李哲龙|
A preparation method for moisture-curing polyurethane reactive hot melt adhesive for textile composition mainly comprises the following steps: (1) mixing and stirring polyether polyol 4000E, polyester polyol 3000H, polyester polyol 2000N, and an antioxidant, heating the mixture to about 120℃, and then performing water removal for 0.5h under the condition that the vacuum degree is lower than 100 Pa; (2) adding a tackifying resin, heating the mixture to 135℃ to 140℃, and performing water removal under the condition that the vacuum degree is lower than 100 Pa; (3) lowering the temperature to 87℃, adding 4,4'-MDI, performing catalysis, stirring the mixture, and making the mixture react for 2h under the condition that the vacuum degree is lower than 100 Pa; (4) releasing vacuum, adding white carbon black, rapidly stirring the mixture evenly, and continuing to stir for 10 min under the condition that the vacuum degree is lower than 100 Pa; and (5) rapidly discharging at the kept temperature of 85℃ to 100℃, packaging, and then curing for 4h at 80℃ to 85℃, to obtain a target product. The product is used for textile composition, and has high peeling strength, a short opening time, desirable hydrolysis resistance performance, and high storage stability.