WO/2016/190787 FILTER SEQUENCE COMPRISING AN ODOUR SUPPRESSING FILTER||WO||01.12.2016|
||PCT/SE2015/000032||QLEAN AIR SCANDINAVIA AB||Bo Dolk-Petersson|
The invention relates to a filter sequence constituting part of an air filtration system, where the filter sequence comprises an active carbon filter (AC, AC 1-2), and further an odour suppressing filter (S). Odours that arise from the active carbon filter are suppressed by the odour suppressing filter. In one embodiment, the filter sequence further comprises at least a Zeolite filter Z, where the Zeolite filter Z is arranged after all the active carbon filters AC, AC 1-2 in the filter sequence. With the Zeolite filter arranged in thios way, it efficiently eliminates remaining substances in the purified air The odour suppressing filter (S) has as its main active substance a hygroscopic substance, and this hygroscopic substance may be a hygroscopic salt. In one embodiment the odour suppressing filter (S) has as its main active substance sodium chloride.
WO/2016/190788 ODOUR SUPPRESSING AIR FILTRATION SYSTEM||WO||01.12.2016|
||PCT/SE2015/000033||QLEAN AIR SCANDINAVIA AB||DOLK-PETERSSON, Bo|
The invention relates to an air filtration system comprising a fan or pump that pumps air through a sequence of filters, where the sequence of filters comprises an active carbon filter (AC, AC1- 2), and an odour suppressing filter (S). The odour suppressing filter (S) comprises a main active substance that acts on the air by suppressing odours, where the main substance is a hygroscopic substance. With such an odour suppressing filter (S) undesirable odours coming from the active carbon filter are suppressed or prevented. The odour suppressing filter (S) has as its main active substance a hygroscopic salt. The odour suppressing filter (S) may have as its main active substance one or several of sodium chloride, potassium chloride or magnesium chloride. In yet another embodiment, the filter sequence further comprises at least a Zeolite filter (Z), where the Zeolite filter (Z) is arranged after all the active carbon filters (AC, AC1-2) in the filter sequence. The Zeolite filter (Z) may also be arranged after the odour suppressing filter (S).
WO/2016/190789 RADIO ACCESS NODES AND METHODS PERFORMED THEREIN||WO||01.12.2016|
||PCT/SE2015/050590||TELEFONAKTIEBOLAGET LM ERICSSON (PUBL)||TEYEB, Oumer|
Embodiments herein relate to a method performed by a second radio access node (13) for handling traffic aggregation of a bearer over a first link and a second link to a wireless device (10) in a wireless communication network (1). The wireless communication network comprises a first radio access node (12) of a first radio access technology providing the first link of the bearer to the wireless device (10) and the second radio access node (13) of a second radio access technology providing the second link of the bearer to the wireless device (10), and wherein the second link is associated with a setting, which setting comprises a first quality of service value mapped to the second link. The second radio access node (13) updates the setting by mapping a second quality of service value to the second link based on a first condition of the first radio access node (12) and/or a second condition of the second radio access node (13).
WO/2016/190791 A WAVE PANEL ASSEMBLY FOR AN APPARATUS FOR EXTRACTING ENERGY FROM MOVING WATER, AND A WAVE ENERGY EXTRACTING APPARATUS||WO||01.12.2016|
||PCT/SE2015/050611||WATERENERGY EXPLORER SCANDINAVIA AB||ÅGREN, Michael|
A wave panel assembly (10) for a wave energy extracting apparatus, comprising a base member(12) configured to be anchored to the bottom (14) of a water basin, and a wave panel (20) pivotably connected to the base member at a first lower end (22) of the wave panel by means of a pivot connection (16).The wave panel is configured to perform a reciprocating movement in relation to a pivoting axis of the pivot connection when the wave panel is located in water and is subjected to the influence of moving water, and the wave panel has a first side surface (24) configured to face away from the direction of movement W of the moving water and a second side surface (26) configured to face towards the direction W of movement of the moving water. The wave panel (20) is provided with a float member(18) arranged at the first side surface (24) of the wave panel, in a position between the first lower end (22) and a second top end (23) of the wave panel. Also disclosed is a wave energy extracting apparatus (50) comprising a wave panel assembly.
WO/2016/190793 ADJUSTMENT OF PLANNED MOVEMENT BASED ON RADIO NETWORK CONDITIONS||WO||01.12.2016|
||PCT/SE2015/051335||TELEFONAKTIEBOLAGET LM ERICSSON (PUBL)||WÄNSTEDT, Stefan|
A movement adjusting device adjusts the movement of a wireless transceiver moving according to a plan along a route through a wireless communication network (1o, 12) while communicating for an application having a service requirement on the wireless communication network (10, 2), the wireless communication network (10, 12) comprises cells (14, 16, 8, 20) and the movement adjusting device is operative to: obtain radio network condition data (RSRP, RSRQ) regarding a group of cells (14, 16, 8, 20) comprising a current cell (14) in which the wireless transceiver 10 (28) is located and a number of neighbouring cells (16, 18, 20) into which the wireless transceiver (28) may move, analyse the radio network condition data (RSRQ, RSRP) with regard to fulfilling the service requirement of the application (26), and make an adjustment of the planned movement if the analysis indicates that this would improve on the 1 fulfilling of the service requirement.
WO/2016/190794 CARTRIDGE, METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR PERFORMING ADSORPTION DIALYSIS||WO||01.12.2016|
||PCT/SE2016/000026||TRIOMED AB||WALLENÅS, Anders|
A cartridge to be used for adsorption dialysis. A container having flexible walls are arranged to provide an inner space enclosing adsorption powder, comprising activated carbon, a phosphate adsorbent and a potassium ion adsorbent and other adsorbents. A sufficient amount of activated carbon is provided for adsorption of urea by the activated carbon. The cartridge forms a vacuum-packed transportation cartridge by generating a sub-pressure in the inner space, whereby the powder particles are immobilized and the cartridge becomes stiff. Before use, the cartridge is primed by introducing a liquid into the inner space, which introduction takes place at a low pressure. During use, dialysis solution is circulated through the cartridge, which is still exposed to a sub-pressure, whereby the flexible walls are sucked against the powder material. A peritoneal dialysis circuit comprises a filter, in which a primary circuit is formed with the filter and the peritoneal cavity and a secondary circuit is formed with the filter and the adsorbent cartridge.
WO/2016/190797 CLASSIFICATION OF NON-STANDARD USER EQUIPMENT IN WIRELESS COMMUNICATION NETWORK||WO||01.12.2016|
||PCT/SE2016/050379||TELEFONAKTIEBOLAGET LM ERICSSON (PUBL)||MAURITZ, Oskar|
A wireless communication device determines its class, and identifies a logical channel identifier (LCID) value that is associated with the determined class within a radio access node. The device then generates a radio resource control (RRC) message including the identified LCID value, and transmits the generated RRC message to the radio access node. Upon receiving the LCID value, the radio access node determines whether the received LCID value is associated with a non-standard class of wireless communication device, and in response to determining that the received LCID value is associated with the non-standard class of wireless communication device, identifying the wireless communication device as belonging to the non-standard class of wireless communication device, and transmitting information to the wireless communication device based on the non-standard class identification.
WO/2016/190798 RADIO NETWORK NODE, WIRELESS DEVICE AND METHODS PERFORMED THEREIN||WO||01.12.2016|
||PCT/SE2016/050401||TELEFONAKTIEBOLAGET LM ERICSSON (PUBL)||THANGARASA, Santhan|
Embodiments herein relate to a method performed by a radio network node (12) for configuring a wireless device (10), being served by the radio network node (12), for performing radio measurements. The radio network node (12) determines at least two groups, a first and a second group, of carriers out of a number of carriers, wherein the first group comprises at least one carrier to perform radio measurements on by the wireless device (10) when the wireless device (10) being configured with a DRX cycle above a threshold. The radio network node (12) furthermore transmits a message comprising an indication of the at least one carrier of the first group and informing the wireless device (10) which carrier or carriers to perform radio measurements on when the wireless device (10) is configured with the DRX cycle above the threshold.
WO/2016/190799 SCRAMBLING FOR DOWNLINK SIGNALING IN WIRELESS COMMUNICATION NETWORK||WO||01.12.2016|
||PCT/SE2016/050422||TELEFONAKTIEBOLAGET LM ERICSSON (PUBL)||MAURITZ, Oskar|
A radio access node selects an initialization value for a scrambling sequence to be applied to a message based on whether the message is intended for a non-standard device. The initialization value is selected from among at least a first value corresponding to a standard device type and a second value corresponding to a non-standard device type. The radio access node generates the scrambling sequence using the initialization value, scrambles the message using the scrambling sequence, and transmits the message.
WO/2016/190800 PROCESS FOR THE PRODUCTION OF MULTI-LAYER PAPERBOARD AND MULTI-LAYER PAPERBOARD OBTAINED||WO||01.12.2016|
||PCT/SE2016/050459||INNVENTIA AB||ANKERFORS, Mikael|
The present invention relates to a process for the production of a bulky multi-layer paperboard comprising a middle layer produced from a cured pulp product produced by a method comprising the steps of: i)providing a first aqueous pulp slurry comprising cellulosic fibres and having a pulp consistency of from 0.1%to 40 % by weight, calculated as dry weight of the cellulosic fibres in the first pulp slurry; ii)adding to the first pulp slurry an aluminium metal salt comprising Al3+ - ions to a total molar concentration of aluminium ions of from 0.0001M to 0.5 M in the first pulp slurry; iii) adjusting the pH of the first pulp slurry to a pH of from pH 3.0 to pH 6.0; iv) dewatering and curing the first pulp slurry at a temperature of at least 60°C and thus provide a cured pulp product.