WO/2016/017017 DISPOSABLE COSMETIC PAD||WO||04.02.2016|
||PCT/JP2014/070275||UNICHARM CORPORATION ||IKEDA, Hiroko |
Provided is a disposable cosmetic pad capable of securing strength of a coating sheet and improving a soft texture to the skin.
The disposable cosmetic pad (10) is provided with a cushion layer (20) that comprises a hydrophilic fiber and a coating sheet (21) that covers the cushion layer, wherein: the coating sheet is provided with an external layer (24) disposed on a skin contact surface side and an inner layer (23) disposed on a skin non-contact surface side; the external layer is formed of a fiber non-woven fabric comprising as a main component a hygroscopic fiber having a fiber diameter of 10 μm or smaller; and the inner layer is formed of a fiber non-woven fabric comprising a cellulose fiber in an amount of 50 mass% or more, said cellulose fiber having a larger fiber diameter than the hygroscopic fiber.
WO/2016/016944 DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM AND DATABASE MANAGEMENT METHOD||WO||04.02.2016|
||PCT/JP2014/069928||HITACHI, LTD. ||TAKATA, Mika |
This database management system (DBMS) is designed to delete each record from a database when a predetermined period of time has elapsed from the time indicated by time indication information which is associated with the record and stored in the database. Further, irrespective of the predetermined period of time, the DBMS accepts record survival conditions, which indicate that a particular record should remain in the database for a certain period of time, and performs control on the basis of these survival conditions so that the record remains in the database even after the predetermined period of time has elapsed.
WO/2016/016925 OPTIMIZATION OF FAN CONTROL FOR STORAGE DEVICE||WO||04.02.2016|
||PCT/JP2014/069807||HITACHI, LTD. ||NAKANISHI, Hidechika |
Provided is a storage device in which abnormal increases in temperature are suppressed and efficient cooling is achieved. The storage device has two or more controllers provided with two or more temperature sensors, and each controller determines a provisional rotation speed on the basis of the values from the temperature sensors. One of the plurality of controllers operates as a master controller, and each of the other controllers (slave controllers) transmits, to the master controller, information pertaining to a provisional rotation speed determined by the other controller itself. The master controller sets, as the final fan rotation speed, the largest value in the information pertaining to the provisional rotation speeds received from the slave controllers and information pertaining to the provisional rotation speed determined by the master controller itself.
WO/2016/016927 CHARGED PARTICLE BEAM DEVICE, SIMULATION METHOD, AND SIMULATION DEVICE||WO||04.02.2016|
||PCT/JP2014/069815||HITACHI, LTD. ||BIZEN, Daisuke |
The simulation device calculates by simulation the number of electrons detected originating from a sample irradiated with charged particles, and generates a simulation image of the sample. The simulation device retains penetration length information (272), which associates the entrance conditions of charged particles with the penetration length, sample constitution information (271), which indicates the constitution of the sample, and released electron number information, which associates the entrance conditions of the charged particles with the number of electrons released. Based on the entrance conditions at a predetermined entry point, the penetration length information (272), the sample constitution information (271), and the released electron number information, the simulation device calculates the number of electrons released from the predetermined entry point.
||PCT/JP2014/069816||FUJI MACHINE MFG. CO., LTD. ||SUZUYAMA Shigefumi |
The present invention addresses the problem of providing a lathe (1) that, with a simple structure, achieves high dynamic rigidity for a workpiece (W), in the cutting direction of a tool (T). The lathe (1) comprises a fixed member (2); a headstock (3) which includes an attachment flange (300) that is attached to the fixed member (2), a main spindle (31) that is rotatable around its own axis, and a chuck (32) which is attached to the main spindle (31) and to which the workpiece (W) can be detachably attached; a tool rest (4) including the tool (T) that processes the workpiece (W); and an attachment part (5) that attaches the attachment flange (300) to the fixed member (2) and includes a relief part (51). The relief part (51) extends over at least 90° centered on an axis A of the main spindle (31) when viewed from the axial direction of the main spindle (31), and includes at least one of a 90° position and a 270° position when an angle at which the tool (T) cuts into the workpiece (W) is a 0° position.
WO/2016/016915 OPTICAL MODULE AND MANUFACTURING METHOD THEREFOR||WO||04.02.2016|
||PCT/JP2014/004033||NTT ELECTRONICS CORPORATION ||NISHIZAWA, Toshiki |
An optical module according to the present invention includes: an optical signal processing circuit; and a first signal-light incidence-side lens and a first local-transmission-light incidence-side lens which are connected to the incidence-side end surface of the optical signal processing circuit. The optical signal processing circuit allows for input of a signal light from a single-mode fiber as well as input of a local transmission light from a polarization plane holding fiber, and performs signal processing on the signal light and the local transmission light to generate respective output signal lights. The first signal-light incidence-side lens allows the signal light to pass therethrough. The first local-transmission-light incidence-side lens allows the local transmission light to pass therethrough. The image of the signal light is formed on a part where an end surface of a signal-light incident waveguide is positioned, at a connection surface of the first signal-light incidence-side lens with the signal processing circuit. The image of the local transmission light is formed on a part where an end surface of a local-transmission-light incident waveguide is positioned, at a connection surface of the first local-transmission-light incidence-side lens with the signal processing circuit.
WO/2016/016949 COMPUTER SYSTEM AND MANAGEMENT COMPUTER CONTROL METHOD||WO||04.02.2016|
||PCT/JP2014/069946||HITACHI, LTD. ||KATSURA Naohiro |
A computer system having a plurality of integrated server-and-storage-device systems and having a management computer. Each of the plurality of integrated systems has a plurality of resources having differing ratios. The management computer selects, in accordance with the ratio of the plurality of resources required for work, an integrated system in which the work will be executed, from among the plurality of integrated systems.
WO/2016/016958 SCROLL-TYPE FLUID MACHINE||WO||04.02.2016|
||PCT/JP2014/069992||HITACHI INDUSTRIAL EQUIPMENT SYSTEMS CO., LTD. ||KOBAYASHI Yoshio |
The purpose of the present invention is to provide a scroll-type fluid machine which reduces the load on a rotation prevention mechanism and which can improve performance and service life. This scroll-type fluid machine is characterized by being provided with a fixed scroll, an orbiting scroll which is provided opposite of the fixed scroll and which turns, a casing which is provided on the outside of the orbiting scroll, a driveshaft which turns the orbiting scroll, a back plate which is provided separated from the orbiting scroll and connected to the drive shaft, and multiple rotation prevention mechanisms which are disposed between the back plate and the casing, wherein a gap is provided between the portion of the back plate where the drive shaft is connected and the portion where the rotation prevention mechanisms are disposed, and the back plate and the orbiting scroll are brought into contact without connecting in the radial direction.
WO/2016/016981 TRANSPORT VEHICLE, DUMP TRUCK, AND TRANSPORT VEHICLE CONTROL METHOD||WO||04.02.2016|
||PCT/JP2014/070139||KOMATSU LTD. ||OHSUGI, Shigeru |
Provided is a transport vehicle that can reduce damage from collisions with objects and prevent reduction of working efficiency. The transport vehicle is provided with: a travelling device that is able to change a travelling direction between a straight-ahead state and a non-straight-ahead state; a determination value setting unit that sets a determination value related to an amount of change in the travelling direction from the straight-ahead direction; a collision avoidance system, which has an object detecting device that detects objects in front of the vehicle, and a collision determining unit that determines the potential for a collision with an object on the basis of the detection results from the object detecting device, said collision avoidance system being able to perform a process to reduce damage from a collision with an object; and an invalidating unit that invalidates at least some processes of the collision avoidance system on the basis of the detected value and the determined value of the amount of change in the travelling direction from the straight-ahead state.
WO/2016/016999 REFRIGERATION CYCLE DEVICE||WO||04.02.2016|
||PCT/JP2014/070221||MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORATION ||YAMASHITA, Koji |
This refrigeration cycle device (100) forms a coolant circuit by being filled with a coolant that comprises a substance having the property of causing a disproportional reaction, and a refrigerator oil that is compatible with the coolant. At least a first heat exchanger or a second heat exchanger comprises a plurality of heat-transfer pipes 43 and a header 47 or 48. The internal diameter of the header 47 or 48 is greater than the internal diameter of the heat-transfer pipe 43, and the end section on the coolant outlet side of the heat-transfer pipe 43 is disposed so as to face a pipe inner wall surface 50 of the header. The end section on the coolant outlet side of the heat-transfer pipe 43 is located at a position such that the value of L/d is less than 20 and greater than 0 if the distance from the center 45 or 46 of the end section on the coolant outlet side of the heat-transfer pipe 43 to the pipe inner wall surface 50 of the header corresponding to the center 45 or 46 is the distance L and the inner diameter or equivalent diameter at the end section on the coolant outlet side of the heat-transfer pipe 43 is the inner diameter d.