WO/2016/124023 HIGH-SPEED RAIL VEHICLE BOGIE||WO||11.08.2016|
||PCT/CN2015/094559||CRRC QINGDAO SIFANG CO., LTD.||MA, Lijun|
A high-speed rail vehicle bogie, comprising wheel sets (3), axle boxes (2), a primary spring suspension device, a framework (1), a secondary spring suspension device and a foundation brake rigging (6). Wheels of the wheel sets are all LMA tread wheels. An installation mode of the foundation brake rigging is of a three-point suspension structure, and a brake hanging bracket of the foundation brake rigging and an installation base of a tread sweeping device (13) are integrated into an integral structure on the framework. The axle boxes are of a split structure which can be separated vertically; the upper part of the axle boxes is provided with a fusing-type temperature sensor and a real-time temperature sensor which monitor an inner temperature of the axle boxes together, and the lower part of the axle boxes is provided with a derail safety guard device. A traction rod of the secondary spring suspension device is a single traction rod, moreover, a center pin (12) is additionally provided with an integral lifting device, and a set of two anti-hunting dampers (8) is arranged at each side, and the anti-hunting dampers are same in design parameter. The bogie has good dynamic performance, higher structural safety, reliability and economic efficiency, and can be adapted to the requirement of the rapid development of high-speed railways.
WO/2016/122713 SYSTEMS AND METHODS FOR ELECTRONIC DOCUMENT REVIEW||WO||04.08.2016|
||PCT/US2015/041667||CONSILIO, LLC.||RAJKUMAR, Chandrasekar|
Systems and methods enable convenient and accurate searching, filtering, reviewing, and classification of electronic documents without the loss of metadata. A communication data source file is parsed into conversation-specific files that include message content and metadata. The message content and metadata are displayed on a computing device operated by a reviewer. To streamline the review process, the reviewer can filter display of the message content according to various metadata categories as well as search conversation-specific files using the metadata categories.
WO/2016/119292 FLOW DISTRIBUTION DEVICE AND NUCLEAR REACTOR ASSEMBLY WITH SAME||WO||04.08.2016|
||PCT/CN2015/075081||CHINA NUCLEAR POWER TECHNOLOGY RESEARCH INSTITUTE CO., LTD||YANG, Jiang|
Provided is a flow distribution device, which comprises a flow distribution member (50) in a concave structure, wherein the concave structure forms a flow distribution cavity (53) having an opening, the flow distribution member (50) is arranged inside a pressure container (10) in a hung fashion and located right below a nuclear reactor core (30), the opening of the flow distribution member (50) faces towards the nuclear reactor core (30), a central hole (54) is further formed in the centre of the bottom of the flow distribution member (50) in a penetrating fashion, the central hole (54) is located right below the nuclear reactor core (30), and a plurality of flow splitting holes (55) are further formed in the flow distribution member (50) in a penetrating fashion; and under the actions of the central hole (54) and the flow splitting holes (55), a coolant can uniformly and stably flow into the nuclear reactor core (30), and the coolant is effectively prevented from generating a vortex under the action of the central hole (54) so that the uniformity and stability of the coolant flow distribution are further improved; moreover, since no vortex is generated, the safety and reliability of the nuclear reactor are guaranteed and the occurrence of nuclear safety accidents is reduced. Also disclosed is a nuclear reactor assembly with the flow distribution device.
WO/2016/108074 METHODS AND SYSTEMS FOR COMMUNICATIONS THROUGH A SLAVE GATEWAY||WO||07.07.2016|
||PCT/IB2014/067442||PISMO LABS TECHNOLOGY LIMITED||SUNG, Patrick Ho Wai|
The present invention discloses methods and systems for transmitting data packets through a plurality of connections and through a gateway at a network node. The network node receives network performance observation report (NPOR) from the gateway. Based on the NPOR, the network node determines at least one of the plurality of wide area network (WAN) interfaces of the gateway for transmitting data packets. The network node then creates and transmits an in¬ struction to the gateway. When the network node transmits the data packets to the gateway, the network node also creates and transmits an instruction to the gateway to determine the WAN interface(s) of the gateway for transmitting the packets.
WO/2016/108829 MEMS-LOST CIRCULATION MATERIALS FOR EVALUATING FLUID LOSS AND WELLBORE STRENGTHENING DURING A DRILLING OPERATION||WO||07.07.2016|
||PCT/US2014/072663||HALLIBURTON ENERGY SERVICES, INC.||ROWE, Mathew Dennis|
Micro-electro-mechanical systems lost circulation materials (MEMS-LCMs) of various sizes, shapes, and specific gravities may be used in a drilling fluid to determine the preferred LCMs for use in wellbore strengthening of the wellbore. For example, a method may include drilling at least a portion of a wellbore penetrating a subterranean formation with a drilling fluid that comprises a base fluid, a plurality of MEMS-LCMs, and a plurality of LCMs, wherein the MEMS-LCMs and the LCMs are substantially similar in size, shape, and specific gravity; measuring a first concentration of the MEMS-LCMs in the drilling fluid before circulating the drilling fluid through the wellbore; measuring a second concentration of the MEMS-LCMs in the drilling fluid after circulating the drilling fluid through the wellbore; performing a comparison of the first and second concentrations of the MEMS-LCMs; and changing a composition of the drilling fluid based on the comparison.
WO/2016/101149 APPARATUS AND METHOD FOR MANAGING VIRTUAL GRAPHICS PROCESSOR UNIT||WO||30.06.2016|
||PCT/CN2014/094663||INTEL CORPORATION||DONG, Yao Zu|
An apparatus and method are described for managing a virtual graphics processor unit (GPU). For example, one embodiment of an apparatus comprises: a dynamic addressing module to map portions of an address space required by the virtual machine to matching free address spaces of a host if such matching free address spaces are available, and to select non-matching address spaces for those portions of the address space required by the virtual machine which cannot be matched with free address spaces of the host; and a balloon module to perform address space ballooning (ASB) techniques for those portions of the address space required by the virtual machine which have been mapped to matching address spaces of the host; and address remapping logic to perform address remapping techniques for those portions of the address space required by the virtual machine which have not been mapped to matching address spaces of the host.
WO/2016/101172 HYBRID ON-DEMAND GRAPHICS TRANSLATION TABLE SHADOWING||WO||30.06.2016|
||PCT/CN2014/094804||INTEL CORPORATION||DONG, Yao Zu|
In several embodiments, a graphics processor couples to a virtual machine monitor (VMM) to present a virtual graphics processor to one or more virtual machines. A mediator for the virtual graphics processor synchronously shadows modifications to a guest graphics translation table (GTT) of a virtual machine to a shadow GTT of the VMM using trap and emulate virtualization. If the mediator detects a frequency of modifications to the guest GTT that exceeds a threshold the mediator may then asynchronously shadow at least a portion of the guest GTT to the shadow GTT and rebuild the shadow GTT prior to submitting commands for the virtual graphics processor to the graphics processor.
WO/2016/102966 A CAP FOR A CONTAINER FOR A POST-FOAMING GEL CLEANSING COMPOSITION||WO||30.06.2016|
||PCT/GB2015/054138||PZ CUSSONS (INTERNATIONAL) LTD||PAUL, Stephen John|
A container comprises a body of plastics material with a "bag-on-valve" arrangement. The bag depends from a valve and contains a post-foaming gel cleansing composition. A propellant is provided in the container outside the bag, so as to exert a pressure on the post-foaming gel cleansing composition in the bag, such that when the valve stem is depressed to open the valve the post-foaming gel cleansing composition is expelled through the valve stem. The container comprises a cap and the cap is provided with a conduit therethrough to guide the composition from the valve stem to an exit orifice. The conduit comprises an expansion chamber for receiving the composition from the valve stem, a neck having a smaller diameter than the expansion chamber for receiving the composition from the expansion chamber, and a nozzle provided with an exit orifice and having a diameter larger than the neck.
WO/2016/103008 METHODS AND SYSTEMS FOR TRANSMITTING DATA THROUGH AN AGGREGATED CONNECTION||WO||30.06.2016|
||PCT/IB2014/067315||PISMO LABS TECHNOLOGY LIMITED||SUNG, Patrick Ho Wai|
The present invention discloses methods and systems for transmitting data packets from a first communications router to a second communications router through an aggregated connection comprising a plurality of tunnels. The first communications router receives a first data packet belonging to a data session from a first host. The first communications router then transmits the first data packet to the second communications router and stores the first data packet in a local storage medium. The first communications router determines whether an error correction mode is activated. If an error correction mode is activated, the first communications router retransmits the first data packet and also transmits an error correction packet corresponding to the first data packet.
WO/2016/099536 METHODS FOR DETERMINING RHEOLOGICAL QUANTITIES OF A DRILLING FLUID USING APPARENT VISCOSITY||WO||23.06.2016|
||PCT/US2014/071381||HALLIBURTON ENERGY SERVICES, INC.||JAMISON, Dale E.|
Rheological quantities, such as shear stress, can sometimes be difficult to determine under extreme temperature and pressure conditions. In contrast, the relative rheology of a fluid can often be readily determined over a range of temperature and pressure conditions. The relative rheology can then be used to scale a rheological quantity of the fluid to a given temperature and pressure condition. Methods for scaling a rheological quantity can comprise: measuring an apparent viscosity of a drilling fluid at first, second and third reference temperature and pressure conditions; determining a rate of change in apparent viscosity with respect to temperature at a substantially equal pressure; determining a rate of change in apparent viscosity with respect to pressure at a substantially equal temperature; and scaling a rheological quantity from an initial set of temperature and pressure conditions to a final set of temperature and pressure conditions using the rates of change.