WO/2016/133380 METHODS AND SNP DETECTION KITS FOR PREDICTING PALM OIL YIELD OF A TEST OIL PALM PLANT||WO||25.08.2016|
||PCT/MY2015/000061||SIME DARBY MALAYSIA BERHAD||TEH, Chee Keng|
Methods for predicting palm oil yield of a test oil palm plant are disclosed. The methods comprise determining, from a sample of a test oil palm plant of a population, at least a first SNP genotype, corresponding to a first SNP marker, located in a first QTL for a high-oil- production trait and associated, after stratification and kinship correction, with the high-oil- production trait with a genome-wide -log10(p-value) of at least 4.0 in the population or having a linkage disequilibrium r2 value of at least 0.2 with respect to a first other SNP marker linked thereto and associated, after stratification and kinship correction, with the high-oil-production trait with a genome-wide -log10(p-value) of at least 4.0 in the population. The methods also comprise comparing the first SNP genotype to a corresponding first reference SNP genotype and predicting palm oil yield of the test plant based on extent of matching of the SNP genotypes.
WO/2016/129985 A SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR CONCEALED CONNECTION MERGING THROUGH COORDINATED AND DYNAMIC VIRTUAL PROXY ALLOCATION||WO||18.08.2016|
||PCT/MY2015/050004||SWAG TECHNOLOGIES SDN BHD||MANNADIAR, Raphael|
Specialized Internet gateway apparatuses 101 provide Internet access to conventional network-enabled client devices 100 through multiple disjoint segments of the Internet simultaneously by means of multiple Internet access devices and of a "connection-merging protocol". Virtual relay servers 102, which also implement the connection-merging protocol, act as proxies between the gateway apparatuses 101 and the conventional network-enabled application servers 103 the client devices 100 connected to said gateway apparatuses 101 wish to communicate with. A virtual resource allocation and information server 104 aggregates status and routing information relevant to the gateway apparatuses 101, and dynamically adjusts the number, location and/or performance specifications of running virtual relay servers 102. As a result, a system and method for demand-driven, flexible-topology and intelligently-enabled communication between conventional network-enabled client devices 100 and conventional network-enabled application servers 103 concurrently over multiple conventional segments of the Internet is realized.
WO/2016/129986 A METHOD FOR TREATING EFFLUENT PRODUCED FROM PALM OIL MILLING PROCESS||WO||18.08.2016|
||PCT/MY2015/050156||NGAN, Teng Ye||NGAN, Teng Ye|
The present invention relates to a method for treating effluent produced from palm oil milling process, comprising the steps of removing solid (20) from the effluent, wherein the removed solid are formed into dried products, removing water (30) from the effluent for reusing the water in the palm oil milling process, extracting oil (40) from the effluent to form a residual sludge, wherein the steps of removing solids, removing water, and extracting oil are carried out in sequential order of solid, water and oil.
WO/2016/129987 ELECTRODYNAMIC TRANSDUCER IN ULTRASONIC MODE||WO||18.08.2016|
||PCT/MY2016/050008||KNOWLES IPC (M) SDN. BHD.||LEMBACHER, Christian|
An electrodynamic transducer having a coil, a membrane, and a plate is disclosed, wherein the transducer is adapted to generate a sound pressure level in the human-audible acoustic range and the ultrasonic range so that the transducer may be used as a speaker and an ultrasonic proximity sensor. The transducer may be adapted to generate a sound pressure level above about 88 dB between 20 kHz and 70 kHz. Additionally, the transducer may be adapted to generate a sound pressure level of between about 90 dB and 95 dB between 20 kHz and 70 kHz. The plate may include a structural rigidity increasing feature such as a domed portion or a population of ribs, which may increase the generated sound pressure level in the ultrasonic range. The transducer may also include a front resonator which may be used to further tune and/or increase the generated sound pressure level in the ultrasonic range.
WO/2016/126152 RECOVERY OF TOCOPHEROLS/TOCOTRIENOLS, GLYCERINE, STEROLS AND FATTY ACID ESTERS FROM VEGETABLE OIL DISTILLATE AND THE PROCESS THEREOF||WO||11.08.2016|
||PCT/MY2016/050007||HO, David Sue San||HO, David Sue San|
A process for recovering tocotrienols/tocopherols from vegetable oil distillate comprising the steps of esterifying the vegetable oil distillate with an alcohol in the presence of an acid catalyst to convert the fatty acids contained therein to produce an esterified mixture comprising fatty acid esters, thereby reducing fatty acid content in the oil to less than 3% by weight; distilling the esterified mixture for separating and removing the fatty acid esters therefrom; transesterifying the distilled mixture with an alcohol in the presence of a basic catalyst for converting glycerides present therein to fatty acid esters and glycerine, forming a transesterified mixture comprising glycerine and fatty acid esters; purifying the transesterified mixture to substantially remove glycerine therefrom; and distilling the purified mixture to substantially remove fatty acid esters, producing a composition comprising a predetermined concentration of tocotrienols/tocopherols.
WO/2016/126150 A PROCESS FOR REPAIRING CERAMIC SURFACES||WO||11.08.2016|
||PCT/MY2016/000005||TOP GLOVE INTERNATIONAL SDN BHD||Lim Wee Chai|
A process (100) of surface modification or surface repair of a ceramic object is provided. The process includes coating surface of the ceramic object using a matt or glossy glaze solution (120) to obtain a coated ceramic object; thermal processing of said coated ceramic object in a kiln firing (130) to obtain processed coated ceramic object; sand blasting (140) on the processed coated ceramic object by transmitting a sand blasting media by compressed air through an outlet on to the surface of the processed coated ceramic object such that the sand blasting media impacts the surface of ceramic formers at a speed; and reconstructing the surface of the worn out ceramic object by defined blasting intervals.
WO/2016/126151 SYSTEM FOR ESTABLISHING SECURE COMMUNICATION BETWEEN MULTIPLE ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATION DEVICES||WO||11.08.2016|
||PCT/MY2016/000006||MTOUCHE TECHNOLOGY BERHAD||Kenneth Kong Seh Kiang|
Disclosed system (100) for establishing secure communication between multiple electronic communication devices comprises at least one electronic communication device (102, 106) installed with an application capable of performing an encrypted or decrypted data transfer and a server (104) for establishing a secure connection between the electronic communication devices (102, 106) over a communication network (108). The application allows transferring encrypted or decrypted data including text, multimedia, email, video calls and Voice over IP (VoIP) data through the server (104). The system (100) and the method associated with the application running in the electronic communication devices (102, 106) forms an all-in encrypted or decrypted communication means for text, instant chat, multimedia, email, video calls and VoIP data and allows the user to send and receive encrypted or decrypted messages with self-destruct function. The application prevents hackers and intruders to decrypt the contents of the data send through the application, even if they gain access to the server (104).
WO/2016/122306 A METHOD OF RECOVERING OIL FROM VEGETABLE OIL MILL EFFLUENT||WO||04.08.2016|
||PCT/MY2015/050104||ENVIRO PALMTECH SOLUTIONS SDN. BHD.||BAHR, Shahram|
The present invention discloses a method of recovering oil from a vegetable oil mill effluent comprising the steps of reducing viscosity of the effluent by heating to a temperature of 50-95 oC; filtering the heated effluent to remove solids; passing the treated effluent into a ceramic membrane module (1) to separate of oil and water into a filtrate and a concentrate; and recovering oil by centrifuge the concentrate from the ceramic membrane module (1), wherein the ceramic membrane module (1) comprises a cylindrical housing (2) having an inlet (5) at one end, a permeate outlet (7) at other end, and retentate outlets (6) at the outer peripheral wall surface of the housing (2); and a porous ceramic membrane (3) having a plurality of through-channels (4) disposed within the housing (2) and extended from one end of the housing (2) to another end of the housing (2), wherein the pore size is 1-5000 nm and the molecular weight cut-off is 1,000-10,000,000 Da, wherein the ceramic membrane (3) is supported by material made from TiO2, ZrO2, Al2O3, SiC, or any two or above.
WO/2016/122307 AN INTELLIGENT SINK||WO||04.08.2016|
||PCT/MY2016/000004||SHAZWAN BIN SHAHABADIN||SHAZWAN BIN SHAHABADIN|
A device for performing the process of facilitating a user to wash hands and the automation technology functions therein are disclosed. The device is designed for public use, taking into account height of a user. l-SINK has facilitated the process of washing hands especially for children (height 85 cm upward) and disabled. l-SINK is user-friendly, especially for children, because they can continue to use the wash basin, without the help of an adult. l-SINK also features a user-friendly concept, because users do not need to press any switch to adjust the height of the basin to an appropriate level. The users can also continue to wash their hands without opening the water tap. This is because l-SINK also focuses on the use of automated technology by using automatic water faucet. Thus, it avoids transferring bacteria and viruses to the user. The sink will act automatically to adjust to the height of the user.
WO/2016/117997 A FLOATING UNIT AND A METHOD OF STABILIZING THE FLOATING UNIT||WO||28.07.2016|
||PCT/MY2015/000005||M3NERGY SOLUTIONS SDN BHD||GIBSON, Robert Thomas|
A floating unit for producing and storing hydrocarbons has a compartment and an opening that allows water flow into and out of the compartment. The unit is arranged to selectively control water flow into and out of the compartment and hence control the level of water in the compartment. By allowing water flow into and out of the compartment and controlling that flow, the weight of the floating unit can be controlled and hence the draft of the floating unit (i.e. extent to which the floating unit is submerged in the water) can be controlled. That is, the depth at which the floating unit sits in the surrounding water can be controlled via the amount of water in the compartment. Because the draft of the floating unit affects the stability (i.e. the heave, pitch and roll) of the floating unit in the water, controlling the draft of the floating unit enables the stability of the floating unit to be optimized.