WO/2017/065719 ORAL CARE IMPLEMENT||WO||20.04.2017|
||PCT/US2015/055056||COLGATE-PALMOLIVE COMPANY||JIMENEZ, Eduardo J.|
An oral care implement having a handle, a head, and at least one movable cleaning element coupled to the head. The movable cleaning element may be used as an interdental cleaner. The movable cleaning element may be positioned within a loop formed by fixed cleaning elements on the head. The movable cleaning element may be coupled to an actuator that moves the movable cleaning element between a first position wherein a distal tip of the movable cleaning element is spaced a first distance from a front surface of the head and a second position wherein the distal tip of the movable cleaning element is spaced a second distance from the front surface of the head, the second distance being greater than the first distance. The movable cleaning element may maintain the first and second positions until subsequent actuation of the actuator.
WO/2017/065720 AUTO-SHUT-IN CHEMICAL INJECTION VALVE||WO||20.04.2017|
||PCT/US2015/055058||HALLIBURTON ENERGY SERVICES, INC.||MINASSA, Lorenzzo Breda|
An auto-shut-in valve in a chemical injection valve is described for operation at a downhole location in a wellbore. The chemical injection valve includes a closure member that is maintained in an open position by fluid pressure in a chemical supply line such that diminishment of the fluid pressure in the chemical supply line automatically causes the closure member to move to a closed position. A first mating surface on the closure member is exposed to the fluid pressure in the chemical supply line when the closure member is in the open position, and defines a portion of an equivalent differential surface to which the fluid pressure is exposed to maintain the closure member in the open position. The first mating surface is isolated from the fluid pressure in the chemical supply line when the closure member is in the closed position.
WO/2017/065721 COLLOCATED COIL ANTENNAS INCORPORATING A SYMMETRIC SOFT MAGNETIC BAND||WO||20.04.2017|
||PCT/US2015/055069||HALLIBURTON ENERGY SERVICES, INC.||MA, Jin|
An antenna assembly includes a tool mandrel having a tool axis, and a plurality of coils are collocated about the tool mandrel and each include a plurality of windings wrapped about the tool mandrel. A soft magnetic band radially interposes the plurality of coils and the tool mandrel and includes a plurality of inserts that form two or more annular arrays axially spaced from each other and extend about the tool mandrel at an angle orthogonal to the tool axis. The inserts in each annular array are circumferentially spaced from each other.
WO/2017/065722 ELECTROMAGNETICALLY TRANSMISSIVE DIRECTIONAL ANTENNA SHIELD||WO||20.04.2017|
||PCT/US2015/055077||HALLIBURTON ENERGY SERVICES, INC.||MA, Jin|
A metal cylinder defines a longitudinal axis and has a plurality slots. Each slot has the same dimensions along two perpendicular axes through a centroid of the slot. The plurality of slots is azimuthally periodic relative to the longitudinal axis of the metal cylinder and axially periodic relative to the longitudinal axis of the metal cylinder.
WO/2017/065723 DIRECTIONAL DRILLING SYSTEM WITH CARTRIDGES||WO||20.04.2017|
||PCT/US2015/055078||HALLIBURTON ENERGY SERVICES, INC.||MOORE, James Wilson|
A directional drilling system includes a housing and a motor positioned within the housing and operably coupled to a drill bit to rotate the drill bit. The system further includes a primary pad assembly comprising a primary pad and a primary actuator coupled to the primary pad to selectively extend from an exterior of the housing, and a backup pad assembly to back up the primary pad assembly, the backup pad assembly comprising a backup pad and a backup actuator coupled to the backup pad to selectively extend from the exterior of the housing.
WO/2017/065724 ROTARY STEERABLE DRILLING TOOL AND METHOD||WO||20.04.2017|
||PCT/US2015/055082||HALLIBURTON ENERGY SERVICES, INC.||TILLEY, Jim Darin|
A directional drilling system includes a rotary steerable tool. The rotary steerable tool includes an extendable member configured to extend outwardly from the rotary steerable tool upon actuation, and a geolocation electronics device configured to track a position of the rotary steerable tool and the extendable member and control actuation of the extendable member. The geolocation electronics device and extendable member are configured to rotate with the rotary steerable tool.
||PCT/US2015/055086||HEWLETT-PACKARD DEVELOPMENT COMPANY, L.P.||CHEN, Chien-Hua|
A printhead includes a moldable substrate, and a number of printhead dies molded into the moldable substrate. The printhead dies include a number of printhead dies molded into the moldable substrate. The dies comprise a non-rectangular shape. A number of fluid slots are defined in the moldable substrate to fluidically coupled to the printhead dies to feed fluid to the printhead dies. The number of fluid slots is not equal to the number of printhead dies.
WO/2017/065726 BELT PRO||WO||20.04.2017|
||PCT/US2015/055089||MAREW, Ayenew||MAREW, Ayenew|
The invention discussed includes a durable antimicrobial strap made using a soft -cotton material, which have been enhanced through the integration of antimicrobial material adapted to prevent microbes. The antimicrobial seat-belt covering may be used in applications including seat belts in child safety seats where the seat-belt covering controls the level of cross-contamination by preventing unwanted microbes that contact the seat-belt and thereby, prevents the spread of disease and infections.
WO/2017/065727 MITIGATION OF UNINTENDED EFFECTS OF INPUTS||WO||20.04.2017|
||PCT/US2015/055107||HEWLETT-PACKARD DEVELOPMENT COMPANY, L.P.||BURKS, Ricky T.|
Example implementations relate to mitigation of unintended effects of inputs. In one example, mitigation of unintended effects of inputs includes monitoring a provided input to a touchpad included in an electronic device, comparing the provided input to a specific threshold set by the electronic device based on provided inputs to the touchpad, and mitigating an unintended effect of the provided input based on the comparison of the provided input to the specific threshold.
||PCT/US2015/055109||HEWLETT-PACKARD DEVELOPMENT COMPANY, L.P.||CHEN, Chien-Hua|
A printhead includes a number of inkjet slivers molded into a moldable substrate. The overmolded inkjet slivers form at least one die. The printhead also includes a number of wire bonds electrically coupling the inkjet slivers to a side connector. The side connector electrically couples the inkjet slivers to a controller of a printing device.