WO/2015/095909 APPARATUS AND METHOD FOR ACHIEVING ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS IN SUBSEA ENVIRONMENTS||WO||02.07.2015|
||PCT/AU2013/001524||HAM, Wayne||HAM, Wayne|
Disclosed is an apparatus for making both a high strength mechanical connection and low resistance electrical connection to a structure in a subsea environment. The apparatus comprising a clamping means and a means for making electrical contact, characterised in that the means for making an electrical connection is arranged to be moved against the structure, thereby causing cleaning and polishing of the surface of the structure, to create a current flowpath of improved electrical connectivity.
WO/2015/095910 SURFCRAFT FIN ARRANGEMENT||WO||02.07.2015|
||PCT/AU2014/000870||LEADING EDGE SURFBOARDS PTY LTD||WILKES, Darryl, James|
Embodiments generally relate to a fin arrangement for a surf craft. The fin arrangement may comprise: a base coupling portion to couple the fin arrangement to the surf craft; a central fin having a central fin base portion, the central fin coupled to the base portion to extend substantially perpendicularly away from an underside of the surf craft; a first side fin coupled to the central fin base portion and extending away from the central fin and the surf craft at a first acute angle to the central fin; and a second side fin coupled to the central fin base portion and extending away from the central fin and the surf craft at a second acute angle to the central fin, the second acute angle being substantially the same as the first acute angle. The central fin may comprise a projecting lobe extending rearwardly from the base of the central fin.
WO/2015/095925 FUSION PROTEINS COMPRISING FACTOR IX FOR PROPHYLACTIC TREATMENT OF HEMOPHILIA AND METHODS THEREOF||WO||02.07.2015|
||PCT/AU2014/050388||CSL LIMITED||JACOBS, Iris|
The present invention relates to prophylactic dosing regimens with long-acting factor IX (FIX) in dosing intervals of 1 week or longer, including (but not limited to) 10 days or longer, such as two weeks, three weeks or even monthly.
WO/2015/095927 DEVICE, ASSEMBLY AND METHOD FOR SECURING A CABLE.||WO||02.07.2015|
||PCT/AU2014/050441||DAVIS, Michael||DAVIS, Michael|
Λ device (11) for securing at least one cable using collets (26) adapted to receive the at least one cable, the device (11) including a housing (12) having first and second receiving portions (7, 9) adapted to each receive one of the collets (26) in a fitted condition and allow passage of the at least one cable, wherein the first and second receiving portions (6, 7) each include tapered internal surfaces (44) arranged in opposing directions relative to one another such that in the fitted condition the collets (26) are each at least partially receivable by the first and second receiving portions (6,7) so as to be oriented in opposing directions relative to one another. There is also disclosed an assembly (10) including the device (11) and first and second clamping or securing parts (22, 24) for securing at least one cable and associated methods of use.
WO/2015/095928 A STORAGE UNIT FOR HOLDING WATER||WO||02.07.2015|
||PCT/AU2014/050442||THORP, Richard||THORP, Richard|
A storage unit for holding water, including a base section; a central section extending upwardly from the base section, the central section and the base section forming a hollow receptacle for holding said water; and a roof structure coupled to the central section so as to close the hollow receptacle.
WO/2015/095911 INSULATING SHEATH||WO||02.07.2015|
||PCT/AU2014/001116||BARR, Owen Derek||BARR, Owen Derek|
The invention is an insulating sheath that insulates a connector that secures cladding and materials to buildings and other solid objects. The sheath has two sections that are either formed together as one single device or formed in two separate sections. The sections comprise a top ring with a hole through the centre, and a hollow stem whose core is coaxial with the hole in the top ring. The sheath fits around a connector and reduces heat flow between the cladding and the connector, thereby reducing heat entering a building or solid object.
WO/2015/095926 A METHOD, A SYSTEM AND AN APPARATUS FOR IN SITU PROCESSING OF AN OIL SHALE FORMATION||WO||02.07.2015|
||PCT/AU2014/050407||SHALE ENERGY LIMITED||PRITCHARD, Declan Nigel|
A method, system and apparatus using injection (124) and producer (128) wells to create underground fluidised bed retort systems (110). A cavern (118) for the retort system (110) may be created without the use of explosive mining methods, conventional fracking or other fragmentation methods. The cavern (118) and the fluidised bed (120) are created by the use of high pressure injection jets of pure hot hydrogen gas (H2) and steam upon an oil shale rock (112).
WO/2015/095932 STABILIZED STANNOUS COMPOSITIONS||WO||02.07.2015|
||PCT/AU2014/050447||THE UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE||REYNOLDS, Eric Charles|
The present invention relates to improved complexes of amorphous calcium phosphate and/or amorphous calcium fluoride phosphate stabilised by phosphopeptides/phosphoproteins by addition of stannous ions. These complexes have anticariogenic properties useful to protect tooth structures as they remineralize (repair) early stages of dental caries and have other dental/medical applications (including anti- calculus, anti-erosion/corrosion and anti-dentinal hypersensitivity). Methods of making the complexes of the invention and of treatment or prevention of various dental conditions including dental caries, dental calculus, dental erosion/corrosion and dental hypersensitivity are also provided.
WO/2015/095929 NUCLEIC ACID DETECTION METHOD AND KIT||WO||02.07.2015|
||PCT/AU2014/050443||THE UNIVERSITY OF QUEENSLAND||TRAU, Matt|
A method and kit for detecting a target nucleic acid is provided wherein combining an amplified nucleic acid with a particle such as a paramagnetic bead form a flocculated complex which can be detected by visual inspection. The volume of nucleic acid sample that can be detected is as low as a few microlitres. The method can be applied to in-the-field or point-of-care diagnosis for a rapid determination of the presence or absence of the target nucleic acid. The methylation status of a target nucleic acid can also be determined. The method and lit may have general applicability to detecting diseases in plants and animals, environmental testing and testing for contamination of foods and other edible products.
WO/2015/095913 PRODUCTION OF HIGH STRENGTH HIGH DUCTILITY HIGH COPPER CARBON ALLOY THIN CAST STRIP||WO||02.07.2015|
||PCT/AU2014/001157||BLUESCOPE STEEL LIMITED||EDELMAN, Daniel, Geoffrey|
A high copper carbon alloy steel sheet made by preparing a molten melt producing an as-cast carbon alloy steel sheet Including, (i) by weight, between 0.15 and 0.50% carbon., less than 1,0% chromium, between 3.0 and 9.0% manganese, between 0.2 and 3.5% silicon, more than 0,5% copper, less than 0.01% aluminum, a total oxygen level of at least 50 or 100 ppm; (ii) nickel in levels below 0.5%; (ill) the remainder iron and impurities resulting from melting; solidifying and cooling the molten melt into a sheet less than 10 mm in thickness in a non-oxidizing atmosphere to below 1080 °C at a cooling rate between 1000 and 2000 °C/s, hot rolling the as- cast sheet to between 10 and 50% reduction to form a sheet with microstructure providing a tensile strength of at least 900 MFa and an elongation of at least 15%,