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Resultados 1-10 de 1.025.151 para loscriterios:(ANID:US* AND CTR:WO) Oficina(s):all Idioma:ES separación automática de palabras en lexemas: true maximize
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1. WO/2017/105404 EMBOSSED PRINT MEDIAWO22.06.2017
B41M 5/50
PCT/US2015/065728HEWLETT-PACKARD DEVELOPMENT COMPANY, L.P.ZHOU, Xiaoqi
The present disclosure is drawn to embossed print media. In some examples, an embossed print medium can include a media substrate, an embossed image-receiving layer formed on the media substrate, and an abrasion-resistant layer applied to the embossed image-receiving layer. The embossed image-receiving layer can include a first pigment filler and a polymer blend of a water-dispersible polymer and a water-soluble polymer at a weight ratio from 2:1 to 10:1. Further, the image-receiving layer can be embossed at an embossing depth from 5 μm to 150 μm. The abrasion-resistant layer can be applied to the image-receiving layer at a coating weight of from 2 gsm to 20 gsm. The abrasion-resistant layer can include a cross-linked polymer network and a second pigment filler.

2. WO/2017/105405 COOLING FEATURES FOR A GAS TURBINE ENGINE TRANSITION DUCTWO22.06.2017
F01D 9/02
PCT/US2015/065750SIEMENS AKTIENGESELLSCHAFTKUMAR, Manish
A gas engine turbine has a transition duct (100) that has improved cooling features and a method for forming the cooling features. A continuous exit section cooling channel (130) is formed through the transition duct panel (112), the exit frame (114) and the connection (116). The continuous exit section cooling channel (130) reduces the need for effusion channels in the transition duct. The continuous exit section cooling channel (130) further reduces costs and improves the emissions associated with the transition duct (100) of the gas engine turbine.

3. WO/2017/105406 NON-VOLATILE CACHE MEMORIES FOR STORAGE CONTROLLERSWO22.06.2017
G06F 12/08
PCT/US2015/065754HEWLETT PACKARD ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT LPFOSTER, Joseph E.
A storage controller comprises a processor and a non-volatile cache memory. The processor may receive a plurality of storage transfer requests. The non-volatile cache memory may cache the data associated with each of the plurality of storage transfer requests such that the cache data is retained in the event of power loss.

4. WO/2017/105407 SIGNAL STRUCTURE FOR FULL-DUPLEX CELLULAR SYSTEMSWO22.06.2017
H04J 11/00
PCT/US2015/065764INTEL CORPORATIONWANG, Ping
A frame structure and reference signal (RS) structure for full-duplex (FD) cellular systems are described that take into account both conventional co-channel and new interferences introduced by FD. Based on this frame and RS structure, mechanics for channel estimation for demodulation and channel state information measurement and signaling are described.

5. WO/2017/105408 UE CATEGORIZATION AND BAND SELECTION STRATEGY FOR FRACTIONAL FREQUENCY REUSE IN FULL-DUPLEX SYSTEMWO22.06.2017
H04W 72/08
PCT/US2015/065773INTEL IP CORPORATIONYEH, Shu-Ping
An apparatus for use in an eNodeB of a cellular network including a plurality of eNodeBs, comprises a memory circuit configured to store a predetermined frequency planning profile of the cellular network. The apparatus further includes a transmit circuit configured to transmit an interference report request and the predetermined frequency planning profile to a user equipment (UE) in a serving cell of the eNodeB and a receive circuit configured to receive an interference profile from the UE in response to the interference report request. In addition, the apparatus includes a processing circuit operably coupled to the receive circuit configured to selectively schedule the UE to perform transmission in the DL centric zone or the UL centric zone or both of each of the prioritized usage frequency bands, based on the interference profile from the UE.

6. WO/2017/105409 ADHESIVE PRINTABLE FILMSWO22.06.2017
B32B 27/08
PCT/US2015/065809HEWLETT-PACKARD DEVELOPMENT COMPANY, L.P.ZHOU, Xiaoqi
The present disclosure is drawn to an adhesive printable film. The film can include a polymeric film substrate, an image receiving layer, and an adhesive layer. The polymeric film substrate can have a first side and a second side, and can be transparent or translucent. The image receiving layer can be applied on the first side and can include a crosslinked polymeric network and polymeric particles dispersed therein. The peelable adhesive layer can be applied on the second side and can include a continuous matrix polymer having adhesive particles and plastic particles dispersed therein.

7. WO/2017/105410 SYSTEMS AND METHODS FOR SURFACE DETECTION OF ELECTROMAGNETIC SIGNALS FROM SUBSURFACE ENVIRONMENTSWO22.06.2017
E21B 47/00
PCT/US2015/065830HALLIBURTON ENERGY SERVICES, INC.SKINNER, Neal Gregory
Electromagnetic field monitoring methods and systems for obtaining data corresponding to subsurface rock formations. An electromagnetic field monitoring system includes an electromagnetic transmitter located downhole in a well bore and configured to radiate electromagnetic radiation into a subsurface formation; a fiber optic cable coupled with a fiber optic interrogator, the at least one fiber optic cable and the interrogator located at the surface; and an array of electromagnetic sensors integrally formed in the fiber optic cable and configured to detect the electromagnetic radiation radiated through the subsurface formation. A method of detecting electromagnetic radiation at the surface of an oil well includes transmitting, from an electromagnetic transmitter, electromagnetic radiation into a subsurface formation; and sensing, from the subsurface formation, electromagnetic radiation at the surface of the oil well.

8. WO/2017/105411 REAL TIME TRACKING OF BENDING FORCES AND FATIGUE IN A TUBING GUIDEWO22.06.2017
B63B 35/03
PCT/US2015/065834HALLIBURTON ENERGY SERVICES, INC.TURNER, Alan Charles John
A coiled tubing deployment system includes an offshore rig having a reel positioned thereon and coiled tubing wound on the reel. A tubing guide is operatively coupled to receive the coiled tubing and to direct the coiled tubing into the water, with a weight sensor positioned to measure the weight of the portion of coiled tubing deployed into the water. A first set of bend sensors are positioned at a first location on the tubing guide to measure a real-time strain assumed by the tubing guide at the first location. A data acquisition system is communicably coupled to the weight sensor and the first set of bend sensors, and receives and processes weight measurement signals and bend sensor signals in order to provide an output signal indicative of a real-time bending fatigue of the tubing guide.

9. WO/2017/105412 HIGH-TENSILE, THIN-WALL DIFFERENTIAL THREADED COUPLINGWO22.06.2017
E21B 17/02
PCT/US2015/065866HALLIBURTON ENERGY SERVICES, INC.PATTERSON, Robert, Brice
The disclosed embodiments include a differential coupling system, a method of coupling a first mandrel to a second mandrel and a coupler. In one embodiment, the system includes a first mandrel having a first external thread about an external surface of the first mandrel. The system also includes a second mandrel having a second external thread about an external surface of the second mandrel. The system further includes a coupler that includes a first internal thread that complements the first external thread of the first mandrel and a second internal thread that complements the second external thread of the second mandrel. The system further includes an aligning pin configured to engage a first aligning hole of the first mandrel and a second aligning hole of the second mandrel to restrict axial rotation between the first mandrel and the second mandrel when the first mandrel is engaged to the second mandrel.

10. WO/2017/105413 STEM CELL STIMULATING COMPOSITIONS AND METHODS OF TREATING MELASMAWO22.06.2017
A61K 8/64
PCT/US2015/065870MEDICELL TECHNOLOGIES, LLCTUROVETS, Nikolay
Compositions and methods for topical treatment of the hyperpigmented lesions of melasma are presented. Such compositions include defensins in concentrations that are below those that exhibit antimicrobial activity, and can be in the form of a topically applied gel, lotion, wash, shampoo, cream, or mask. Various formulations for such compositions, which can include various pharmaceutically acceptable stabilizers, emollients, and fragrances, are provided.


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