WO/2015/150841 A CONTINUOUS PROCESS FOR PRODUCTION OF CELLULOSE PULP FROM GRASS-LIKE PLANT FEEDSTOCK||WO||08.10.2015|
||PCT/HR2014/000015||MIKULIC Marinko||MIKULIC Marinko|
The present invention discloses the continuous process for production of cellulose pulp from grass-like plant feedstock suitable for paper making. Process comprising the steps of: preparing the grass-like plant feedstock by comminuting, dedusting, continuous digestion, disperging, diluting the cellulose pulp, screening and fractionation, concentration to remove black liquor, dilution with fresh water, yielding final cellulose pulp suitable for manufacturing of paper or cellulose sheets, and, optionally, pulp bleaching processes. The continuous digestion is performed in the vertical column at 70-100 °C for 40 minutes to 2 hours; average composition of thus formed digestion suspension is maintained within the following ranges: 0.9-1.5% w/w of NaOH; 0.15-0.4% w/w of NaCl or Na2SO3; and 15-18% w/w of grass-like plant feedstock; where concentrations of ingredients being calculated on the weight of the liquid phase. Screening and fractionation are resulting with two fractions; one being further processed by milling, and another being further processed to final pulp with or without bleaching processes. The preferred grass-like feedstock for the process is miscanthus /Miscanthus x giganteus, Andersson/.
WO/2015/145187 MODULAR PLANTER SYSTEM||WO||01.10.2015|
||PCT/HR2015/000007||SABERO D.O.O.||JEDREJČIĆ, Zoran|
Modular planter system (10) comprising a storage container (15) having a bottom wall (20) and an outer wall (25) attached to and extending upwardly from the bottom wall (20). The storage container (15) has a first recess (30) at the top, which is on the opposed side of the bottom wall (20). Furthermore, the storage container (15) has at least four recesses (35), which are placed on the bottom wall (20) and partially on the outer wall (25) at this place of the bottom wall (20), which are configured to receive removable leg elements (40). A second container device (45) has a similar shape like the storage container (15) and is placed in the middle of the container (15). The top of the outer wall (25), opposite to the bottom wall (20), is configured to receive a removable plate element (50) and said removable plate element (50) has an opening (55), which at least partially covers the recess of the storage container in a mountable state.
WO/2015/140584 RUBBERIZED CONCRETE NOISE BARRIER||WO||24.09.2015|
||PCT/HR2014/000014||LAKUŠIĆ, Stjepan||LAKUŠIĆ, Stjepan|
The concrete noise-protection panel with recycled rubber (21) comprises a two-layered concrete panel consisting of the reinforced-concrete bearing layer (20), which has a load bearing function, and an absorptive layer (21) made of porous lightweight concrete realized with rubber pellets obtained through recycling of used car tyres. The two-layered panels are installed between posts that can be made of reinforced-concrete of an appropriate I profile (11), or of steel, most often of HEA or HEB profiles (40). The space in between concrete panels (horizontal connection) is connected by a tongue and groove joint using a special sealer (22), while the vertical panel to post connection is realized with an appropriate neoprene sealer (30) depending on the type of column. To enable grasping and easier handling of concrete panels, special anchors with a high bearing capacity (31) are installed.
WO/2015/140583 MULTIPURPOSE CONTAINER FOR SANITARY PRODUCTS||WO||24.09.2015|
||PCT/HR2014/000013||KVASTEK, Sanja||KVASTEK, Sanja|
This invention refers to a multipurpose container for feminine hygiene products that has separated compartments intended to store various sanitary products, including sanitary tampons, protective finger covers, and bags for the disposal of used tampons. The multipurpose container for sanitary products has a two-part housing that consists of an interior container (1) and lid (2), which with its side wall tightly overlies the container's exterior wall (3). The interior container (1) has at least two separate tampon compartments (4), a central compartment (5) intended to store protective finger covers (6), and a lower lid (11) that has a compartment on its inside intended for the storage of bags for the disposal of used tampons.
WO/2015/136315 WATER SCOOTER CONVERTIBLE TO A GANGWAY||WO||17.09.2015|
||PCT/HR2014/000012||MORSKA VIDRA D.O.O.||PAVIC ORESKOVIC, Lasta|
The present invention discloses a water scooter convertible to a gangway comprising a central hull (1), to which side hulls (4, 5) are attached via set of hinges. The foldable bow (3) is attached via hinge (13) to the central hull (1) enabling the invention to be: a gangway; in the way that the side hulls (4, 5) being folded and secured onto the central hull (1) via foldable bow (3), while surfaces (35.1, 35.2, 35.3, 35.4, 35.5) formed on said central hull (1), foldable bow (3) and side hulls (4, 5) form together a walking surface, or a water scooter; in the way that the said side hulls (4, 5) being fastened in their unfolded position to the central hull (1); surface (35.1) lying on the surface (35.2) and surface (35.5), while overlapping surfaces (34) press the side hulls (A, 5) in unfolded position. The water scooter can be equipped with the outboard motor, or with the inner propulsion unit situated in the central hull (1). The preferred propulsion system is electric one with the batteries situated within the central hull (1).
WO/2015/136316 DEVICES USING SELF-ADAPTING MEDIUM ACCESS CONTROL PROTOCOL||WO||17.09.2015|
||PCT/HR2015/000006||SVEUČILIŠTE U SPLITU, FAKULTET ELEKTROTEHNIKE, STROJARSTVA I BRODOGRADNJE||KRISTIĆ, Ante|
In wireless communication networks with distributed medium access control, maximal network throughput is achieved as a compromise between medium contention duration and collision rate. Maximal throughput in self-adapting medium access protocol is achieved by stations maintaining backoff counter BC and freezing counter FC, which define the state in two-dimensional state space. Countdown process is comprised of decrementing BC in idle timeslots, and incrementing FC in busy timeslots. Countdown ends if the value of BC reaches zero, when the station starts to transmit data, or when FC is incremented to be greater than freezing limit FL. In both cases, the station has to randomly select new backoff counter, reset its freezing counter, and continue to count down with these new values of BC and FC. At the end of countdown, the station calculates contention measure CM = a*BC + b*FC, and based on set of CM thresholds CMi, activates one of available contention windows Wi that define the interval of available values for the random selection of new backoff counter [Wimin, Wimax]. In loaded network, the station can increase the total amount of backoff time to be greater than the maximal upper limit of available contention windows by selecting new backoff counter multiple times, which is made possible by limiting countdown freezing. This manifests the self-adaptive nature of the described medium access control protocol. The self-adaptive nature is also manifested in selection of contention window based on contention measure of the previous countdown, which additionally regulates medium contention duration, achieving good network throughput in various network load scenarios.
WO/2015/128682 LASER TRANSPONDER SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR DISRUPTING ADVANCED SPEED MEASURING LIDARS||WO||03.09.2015|
||PCT/HR2014/000010||BOROSAK, Marko||BOROSAK, Marko|
The invention discloses the laser transponder system for disrupting speed and/or distance measuring LIDARs. The system consists of at least two laser transponders 101, 102, a microcontroller 103 and a user interface 104. The microcontroller 103 is connected to both laser transponders 101, 102, and to the user interface 104. Microcontroller 103 is analysing input from laser transponders 101, 102, and is determining their output. In case an advanced speed measuring LIDAR signal is detected the microcontroller 103 configures first laser transponder 101 as a transmitting only unit 101B and second laser transponder 102 as a receiving only unit 102B. Transmissions emanating from the transmitting only unit 101B are not received by the receiving only unit 102B. Disrupting signal periods are selected by the microcontroller 103 algorithm from its pre-stored database according to a detected LIDAR signal. Novelties of the invention are that the disrupting signal is transmitted simultaneously with synchronizing a disruption timer for the next period of a disrupting signal and that multiple disruption signal periods are timed in parallel on a given synchronization event. That way all speed measuring pulses of a LIDAR signal are disrupted even in the case of an advanced speed measuring LIDAR with a random pulse repetition rate. An additional novelty of the invention is that the laser transponders 101, 102, have a laser receiver with an adjustable gain controlled by the microcontroller 103, and that the microcontroller 103 algorithm discovers a maximum level of receiving only transponder 102B receiver sensitivity on which there is no echo triggering on transmissions emanating from the transmitting only transponder 101B.
WO/2015/124957 AUGMENTED REALITY BASED HANDGUNS TARGETING SYSTEM||WO||27.08.2015|
||PCT/HR2015/000005||KRSTINIC, Damir||KRSTINIC, Damir|
A handgun shooter while in motion is unable to hold attention to the target and the point of impact continuously. In order to target more precisely, the shooter needs to stop for a moment, focus on the target and align the front and rear sights with the target, which normally means wasting valuable time. In bright light conditions, not even a built-in laser is of any help, since the laser point is hard to detect. This problem is solved by the augmented reality based handguns targeting system. The system utilises glasses (1) with built-in cameras (3) and a computer (4). Computer processing of the image obtained by cameras (3) discovers the point of impact. Before the shooter's eye, the reticle (12) is outlined on the transparent screen (5), marking the point of impact (16). The reticle on transparent screen (5) of glasses (1) is maintained continuously, as long as the weapon is directed in the watching direction, regardless of the shooter's other activities. The moment the shooter decides to shoot, the reticle marks the point of impact, enabling fast and intuitive shooting, requiring no repositioning of the weapon to the eye level and looking through the targeting devices. The system is used for handguns (6) equipped with a laser (7) and handguns (10) equipped with a camera (11). In handguns with built-in laser (7), the point of impact, marked with laser point (9), is detected by processing the image from cameras (3) on glasses (1). In handguns with built-in camera, the point of impact is detected by comparing images from camera (11) on the handgun (10) and cameras (3) on glasses (1).
WO/2015/118363 FOOD SUPPLEMENT COMPRISING L-TRYPTOPHAN AND VITAMIN B||WO||13.08.2015|
||PCT/HR2014/000031||NOVAK Maja||NOVAK Maja|
The present invention relates to a food supplement comprising L-tryptophan and vitamins from the B vitamins group, to pharmaceutical compositions containing said food supplement and to the production process of said food supplement.
WO/2015/118362 POST WITH INFORMATION AND ADVERTISING BOARD||WO||13.08.2015|
||PCT/HR2014/000007||MICIC, Mita||MICIC, Mita|
Every tourist and driver, having arrived to a city or another place, wants to learn as many information as possible on street names and directions, important buildings, and on products and services being offered. Such information is of importance for the local population as well. The technical problem that is solved by this invention relates to various embodiments of posts (S) with information and advertising boards with QR code (SIRP) that are placed by crossroads, roads and on building facades in cities and other places. The information and advertising board with QR code (IRP) comprises at least one plate (T). On the plates are displayed traffic signage, commercial messages and digital information in the QR code form. Traffic signage relates to graphical signs for street direction or directions to a building. Commercial messages relate to product or service offered. QR codes relate to relevant information of importance to the local population and tourists on the place they are in and the advertised products. Digital information in the QR code form is placed on the plates or the post. Information and advertising boards with QR code are also attached on building facades.