WO/2015/056305 X-RAY FLUORESCENCE ANALYSIS METHOD AND X-RAY FLUORESCENCE ANALYSIS DEVICE||WO||23.04.2015|
||PCT/JP2013/078002||SHIMADZU CORPORATION||SUZUKI, Keijiro|
Provided is an x-ray fluorescence analysis method that uses the results of the measurement of x-rays emitted from a sample, the main component of which is organic matter the molecular formula of which is given, to quantify the main component contained in the sample and contained components other than the main component, wherein the method involves the following: on the basis of x-ray fluorescence energy, the types of contained components are determined; on the basis of the ratio of a measurement value of x-ray fluorescence intensity and a measurement value of background intensity in energy determined in advance, the quantitative value of the contained components is calculated; on the basis of the ratio of a measurement value of Compton x-ray scattering intensity and a measurement value of Rayleigh x-ray scattering intensity, the average atomic weight of the sample is calculated; and on the basis of the quantitative value of the contained components and the average atomic weight of the sample, the quantitative value of the main component is calculated. By repeating processing that includes calculating a theoretical value of the ratio of the x-ray fluorescence intensity and the background intensity using the quantitative value of the contained components and the quantitative value of the main component, comparing the calculated theoretical value to a corresponding measurement value and correcting the quantitative value of the contained components, and recalculating the quantitative value of the main component using the corrected quantitative value of the contained components, the quantitative value of the contained components at the point when such quantitative value has satisfied a convergence condition established beforehand is preferably set as the determined quantitative value of the contained components.
WO/2015/056302 CELL CULTURING DEVICE||WO||23.04.2015|
||PCT/JP2013/077987||HITACHI, LTD.||KIYAMA Masaharu|
Maintaining pressure in the interior of a culturing vessel is difficult when minimizing the size of a liquid supply path in a means that supplies liquid and gas to a cell culturing vessel that performs two-level culturing (co-culturing). This cell culturing device (31) includes: culturing vessels (55, 57); a flow path having at least first supply ports (56, 77) capable of supplying liquid or gas to inside the culturing vessels and first discharge ports that discharge the gas inside the culturing vessels, said flow path discharging, to the atmosphere, gas discharged from the first discharge ports; and a filter (52) provided upon the flow path. A trap bottle (105) that collects moisture from the discharged gas is provided between the first discharge ports (63, 65) and the filter (52) upon the flow path. Thus, a liquid phase and a gas phase are separated inside the trap bottle and, as a result, moisture is prevented from reaching the filter, filter clogging is prevented, and the internal pressure of the culturing vessels can be maintained.
WO/2015/056342 LIKELIHOOD GENERATION CIRCUIT AND LIKELIHOOD GENERATION METHOD||WO||23.04.2015|
||PCT/JP2013/078321||MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORATION||FUJIMORI, Takafumi|
The inner-circle or outer-circle symbol of a received 8QAM symbol set is phase-rotated, the set being bit-mapped by assigning one bit depending on whether the circle on a constellation mapping diagram is an inner circle or an outer circle, and by assigning two bits to each quadrant. The likelihood of a received QPSK symbol, as well as the likelihood of the two bits assigned to each quadrant of the phase-rotated 8QAM symbol set, are generated by QPSK likelihood generation. The phase-rotated 8QAM symbol set is phase-rotated to the first quadrant on the constellation mapping diagram and moved to a QPSK symbol mapping position, and the likelihood of the one bit assigned to the inner circle or the outer circle of the 8QAM symbol set is generated by QPSK likelihood generation.
WO/2015/056289 POWER-SWITCHGEAR CONTROL DEVICE AND POLE-CLOSURE CONTROL METHOD||WO||23.04.2015|
||PCT/JP2013/077901||MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORATION||MORI, Tomohito|
This invention provides a power-switchgear control device provided with the following: a voltage measurement unit (5) that measures power-supply-side voltages and power-line-side voltages for a circuit breaker (2); a voltage estimation unit (6) that computes estimated power-supply-side voltages and power-line-side voltages on the basis of the measured voltages; and a target-pole-closure-time computation unit (7) that computes a target pole-closure time on the basis of the estimated voltages. The target-pole-closure-time computation unit (7) uses the estimated power-supply-side voltages and power-line-side voltages to compute estimated inter-pole voltages. For each point in time for which an estimated inter-pole voltage was computed, the target-pole-closure-time computation unit (7) computes an electrical-closure-time range on the basis of the degree of variation in the rate of decrease of the inter-pole dielectric strength of the circuit breaker (2) and the operating period thereof, said electrical-closure-time range being the maximum range of fluctuation of the electrical closure time of the circuit breaker (2), and computes a maximum inter-pole voltage, i.e. the maximum of the absolute values of the estimated inter-pole voltages from the aforementioned electrical-closure-time range. The target-pole-closure-time computation unit (7) sets the target pole-closure time to the point in time at which the maximum inter-pole voltage is minimal and less than or equal to a threshold.
WO/2015/056301 STORAGE SYSTEM AND CACHE CONTROL DEVICE||WO||23.04.2015|
||PCT/JP2013/077972||HITACHI, LTD.||MIMATA, Yoshifumi|
If a receiving controller that has received a read request, said receiving controller being either a first storage controller or a second storage controller, is not the handling controller that that handles the memory region to read from, said handling controller also being either the first storage controller or the second storage controller, the receiving controller forwards the read request to the handling controller. However, the receiving controller reads out the desired data from the memory device being read from, writes said data to a cache memory in the receiving controller, and transmits the cached data to a higher-level device.
WO/2015/056344 ELECTRIC MOTOR ROTOR, ELECTRIC MOTOR, AND AIR CONDITIONER||WO||23.04.2015|
||PCT/JP2013/078330||MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORATION||ASO, Hiroki|
Provided an electric motor rotor that comprises: a cylindrical yoke (4); a resin magnet part (5) that is formed integrally on the outer periphery of the yoke (4) from a resin magnet; a position detecting magnet (11) that is arranged on one axial direction end part side of the resin magnet part (5); a plurality of pedestals (34) that are formed upon a position detecting magnet (11) side axial direction end part surface of the yoke (4) and that each have a pair of protruding parts (34a) and an opening part (34b) that is formed between the protruding parts (34a); and a pedestal connecting part (33) that has an upper surface upon which the plurality of pedestals (34) are formed. Un-excised portions (35a) of rib-shaped runners (35) that use the opening parts (34b) as feed channels to feed the resin magnet to the resin magnet part (5) form pedestal parts (50) in which the opening parts (34b) are embedded and on which the pedestals (34) and the location detecting magnet (11) are mounted, and extend outwardly from the pedestals (34) in the radial direction so as to connect with the resin magnet part (5).
WO/2015/056352 FILE MANAGEMENT METHOD||WO||23.04.2015|
||PCT/JP2013/078374||HITACHI, LTD.||MATSUBARA Kazumasa|
A file management method in which files from a client are stored, with given redundancy counts, on a storage device. Said file management method has the following steps: a first step in which an additional file for the storage device is received from the client; a second step in which the size of said additional file is compared with the amount of unused physical space on the storage device; and a third step in which, if the size of the additional file is greater than the amount of unused physical space, the additional file is stored on the storage device after redundancy counts for already-stored files are changed so as to increase the amount of unused physical space.
WO/2015/056348 SEMICONDUCTOR INTEGRATED CIRCUIT AND WIRELESS TRANSMITTER||WO||23.04.2015|
||PCT/JP2013/078349||FUJITSU LIMITED||KANDA, Kouichi|
A semiconductor integrated circuit that has a first-transmission-power mode in which transmission is performed at a first power and a second-transmission-power mode in which transmission is performed at a second power that is less than the first power. Said semiconductor integrated circuit has the following: a first transistor that accepts and amplifies a transmission signal in the second-transmission-power mode; and an attenuator that is provided between the output of the first transistor and an output terminal and contains a resistance element and a switch element that control attenuation of the output of the first transistor. This makes it possible to switch between transmission-power modes with a simple circuit architecture while minimizing power leakage.
WO/2015/056308 FASTENING MEMBER FOR FITTED STRUCTURE, FITTED STRUCTURE, AND STRUCTURAL BODY COMPRISING FASTENING MEMBER FOR FITTED STRUCTURE||WO||23.04.2015|
||PCT/JP2013/078010||HITACHI, LTD.||AOYAMA Hiroshi|
Provided are a fastening member for a fitted structure, a fitted structure, and a structural body comprising a fastening member for a fitted structure, whereby members including FRP members and the like can be firmly fastened together. A fastening member is provided with: a through-member (11, 12, 13) inserted through a first member (1) having an insertion part (2), a load (F) being inputted or transmitted to the through-member; and at least two annular members inserted into the through-member with a wedge member (9, 21, 22, 94, 95) and a hold-down member (10, 19, 20) as one set, and arranged so that the insertion part in the first member is sandwiched by a set on one side and a set on the other side. The fastening member is configured such that the hold-down member is secured directly or indirectly to the through-member, the wedge member is arranged between the hold-down member and the first member so as to be in contact with both, and the surface of the wedge member that is in contact with the hold-down member forms a prescribed angle (θ) other than 90 degrees with the axis of the through-member as viewed in cross section.
WO/2015/056340 DC POWER SOURCE DEVICE, MOTOR DRIVE DEVICE, AIR CONDITIONER, AND REFRIGERATOR||WO||23.04.2015|
||PCT/JP2013/078298||MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORATION||SHINOMOTO, Yosuke|
This DC power source device is provided with: a rectifier (2) connected to a power source (1); a charge accumulation unit configured from a first capacitor (6a) and a second capacitor (6b) connected in series; a switch unit (7) configured from a first switching element (4a) and a second switching element (4b) connected in series, and reverse current prevention elements (5a, 5b) that, by means of inhibiting reverse current, suppress a reverse current of the electrical charge from the charge accumulation unit; an inductor (3); a control unit (8) that controls the operation of the first switching element (4a) and the second switching element (4b); and a DC voltage detection unit (10) that detects a first cross-terminal voltage that is the voltage across the first capacitor (6a) and a second cross-terminal voltage that is the voltage across the second capacitor (6b). The control unit detects a short-circuit fault of the first switching element (4a) and the second switching element (4b) on the basis of the voltage difference between the first cross-terminal voltage and the second cross-terminal voltage.