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1. 20150202973 CHARGING APPARATUS WITH DYNAMICAL CHARGING POWER AND METHOD OF OPERATING THE SAMEUS23.07.2015
B60L 11/18
14448289Delta Electronics, Inc.Yu-Ming CHANG

A charging apparatus with dynamical charging power is configured to charge an electric vehicle. The charging apparatus includes a main power conversion unit, an auxiliary power conversion unit, and a control unit. The main power conversion unit receives an AC power and converts the AC power into a main output power. The auxiliary power conversion unit receives an auxiliary DC power and converts the auxiliary DC power into an auxiliary output power. The control unit controls maximum output power of the main output power to be an upper-limit output power value. When a charging power value of charging the electric vehicle is greater than the upper-limit output power value, the control unit dynamically controls the auxiliary output power according to a power difference value between the charging power value and the upper-limit output power value.


2. 20150203398 THERMOCHROMIC GLASS COMPRISING A COATING OF NEUTRAL-COLOUR VANADIUM DIOXIDEUS23.07.2015
C03C 17/06
14409989JUSTUS-LIEBIG-UNIVERSITAET GIESSENBruno K. Meyer

The invention relates to a coating of glass with thermochromic vanadium dioxide. The colouration of the vanadium dioxide is shifted from bronze to neutral (colourless) by a doping with alkaline earth metals, for example Ca, Sr and Br. The thermochromic effect is maintained at the same time.


3. 20150203747 QUANTUM DOT (QD) POLYMER COMPOSITES FOR ON-CHIP LIGHT EMITTING DIODE (LED) APPLICATIONSUS23.07.2015
C09K 11/04
14196150Kari N. HaleyKari N. Haley

Quantum dot polymer composites for on-chip light emitting diode applications are described. In an example, a composite for on-chip light emitting diode application includes a polymer matrix, a plurality of quantum dots dispersed in the polymer matrix, and a base dispersed in the polymer matrix.


4. 20150205160 LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAYUS23.07.2015
G02F 1/1335
14327787Samsung Display Co., Ltd.Young Gu KIM

A liquid crystal display includes a plurality of red pixel areas, a plurality of green pixel areas, a plurality of blue pixel areas, and a light blocking member which defines the plurality of red pixel areas, the plurality of green pixel areas, and the plurality of blue pixel areas therein, and includes an expansion portion which overlaps a spacer which maintains a cell gap and is provided between the plurality of green pixel areas and the plurality of blue pixel areas and between the plurality of red pixel areas and the plurality of green pixel areas.


5. 20150205154 DISPLAY DEVICEUS23.07.2015
G02F 1/1345
14456119Samsung Display Co., Ltd.Bon-Yong KOO

A display device is provided. A display device according to an exemplary embodiment of the present invention includes a display panel including: a display area where a plurality of pixels are disposed and a peripheral area near the display area; and a gate driver disposed in the peripheral area and including a transistor unit and a common voltage application unit, wherein the common voltage application unit overlaps via a first insulating layer disposed on the transistor unit.


6. 20150205152 LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY AND MANUFACTURING METHOD THEREOFUS23.07.2015
G02F 1/1341
14328213Samsung Display Co., Ltd.Jung Suk BANG

The inventive concept relates to a liquid crystal display and a manufacturing method thereof. More particularly, the inventive concept relates to a liquid crystal display including one substrate and a manufacturing method thereof. A liquid crystal display according to an exemplary embodiment of the inventive concept includes: a thin film transistor; a passivation layer; a pixel electrode; an opposing electrode disposed on the pixel electrode and spaced apart from the pixel electrode by a microcavity interposed therebetween; a roof layer disposed on the opposing electrode and overlapping the pixel electrode, wherein the roof layer and the opposing electrode form a valley exposing an injection hole of the microcavity, a buffer zone disposed between the light transmitting area and the valley and a light blocking member overlapping the valley. A height of the microcavity in the buffer zone is higher than a height of the microcavity in the light transmitting area.


7. 20150205175 LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY DEVICE HAVING RECTANGULAR-SHAPED PIXEL ELECTRODES OVERLAPPING WITH COMB-SHAPED COUNTER ELECTRODES IN PLAN VIEWUS23.07.2015
G02F 1/1343
14676938Japan Display Inc.Takahiro OCHIAI

The present invention realizes a bright image display by enhancing a numerical aperture of pixels. At least a portion of a pixel electrode is overlapped to a thin film transistor by way of a first insulation film, the pixel electrode is connected to an output electrode of the thin film transistor via a contact hole which is formed in the first insulation film, the counter electrode is arranged above the pixel electrode by way of a second insulation film in a state that the counter electrode is overlapped to the pixel electrode, the counter electrode is formed at a position avoiding the contact hole formed in the first insulation film as viewed in a plan view, and at least a portion of the counter electrode is overlapped to the thin film transistor.


8. 20150205169 LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAYUS23.07.2015
G02F 1/1343
14334242Samsung Display Co., Ltd.Tae Ho Kim

A liquid crystal display including: a first substrate; a second substrate facing the first substrate; a liquid crystal layer including a liquid crystal disposed between the first substrate and the second substrate; a thin film transistor disposed on the first substrate; a first electrode connected to the thin film transistor; a second electrode overlapping the first electrode with an insulating layer interposed therebetween; and a first alignment layer disposed on the first electrode. The first alignment layer includes a photo-alignment layer, and the liquid crystal has negative dielectric anisotropy.


9. 20150205168 LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAYUS23.07.2015
G02F 1/1343
14107834Samsung Display Co., Ltd.Jang Wi RYU

A liquid crystal display includes: a lower panel electrode including a lower panel unit electrodes; an upper panel electrode including an upper panel unit electrodes facing the lower panel unit electrodes; and a liquid crystal layer disposed between the lower panel electrode and the upper panel electrode, in which the lower panel unit electrode includes a stem portion which defines a boundary between a plurality of sub-regions therein, a center pattern disposed at a center of the stem portion and in which overlaps the sub-regions, and a plurality of micro branch portions which extends from the center pattern, where extending directions of the micro branch portions in different regions are different from each other, and an end portion of the micro branch portions is extended in a direction different from an extending direction thereof.


10. 20150203986 PRODUCTION OF MONO-CRYSTALLINE SILICONUS23.07.2015
C30B 11/14
14361148REC SOLAR PTE. LTD.Erik Sauar

A crystalline silicon ingot is produced using a directional solidification process. In particular, a crucible is loaded with silicon feedstock above a seed layer of uniform crystalline orientation. The silicon feedstock and an upper part of the seed layer are melted forming molten material in the crucible. This molten material is then solidified, during which process a crystalline structure based on that of the seed layer is formed in a silicon ingot. The seed layer is arranged such that a {110} crystallographic plane is normal to the direction of solidification. It is found that offers a substantial improvement in the proportion of mono-crystalline silicon formed in the ingot as compared to alternative crystallographic orientations and leads to highly uniform solar cells after an isotropic texture.



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