WO/2015/126370 FINISHING METHOD FOR A METAL SURFACE||WO||27.08.2015|
||PCT/US2014/016964||HEWLETT-PACKARD DEVELOPMENT COMPANY, L.P.||WU, Kuan-Ting|
A surface finishing method comprises applying coatings of a hydrophobic material and a water-borne material to a surface of a metal substrate. First, a patterned coating of a first one of the hydrophobic or water-borne materials is applied to a surface of the metal substrate to partially cover the surface. A second fill coating of the other of the hydrophobic or water borne materials is then applied after the first patterned coating whereby the water borne material and the hydrophobic material repel and the second fill coating coats the surface of the metal substrate in areas uncoated by the first coating.
WO/2015/126383 ADAPTER FOR TRANSMITTING SIGNALS||WO||27.08.2015|
||PCT/US2014/017150||HEWLETT-PACKARD DEVELOPMENT COMPANY, L.P.||BASSETT, Jonathan, D.|
Examples of adapters for transmitting signals are disclosed. In one example implementation according to aspects of the present disclosure, an adapter may include a first connector communicatively couplable to PCIe port of a computing system via a first plurality of pins and a second connecter communicatively couplable to an electronic device via a second plurality of pins. The first plurality of pins is communicatively coupled to the second plurality of pins. Additionally, signals of a first type are transmittable between the computing system and the electronic device via a first subset of the first and the second pluralities of pins and signals of a second type are transmittable between the computing system and the electronic device via a second subset of the first and the second pluralities of pins. The second subset of the first plurality of pins and the second plurality of pins conforms to the SFF 8639 standard.
WO/2015/126398 DEVICE AUTHENTICATION IN AD-HOC NETWORKS||WO||27.08.2015|
||PCT/US2014/017383||EMPIRE TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT, LLC||LEVIN, Pavel|
Technologies are generally described for methods and systems effective to authenticate an invited device. In some examples, a method for authenticating an invited device may include receiving, by an evaluating device, a first message from the invited device. The evaluating device may receive the first message at a first receiving time. The method may also include receiving, by the evaluating device, a second message from the inviting device. The evaluating device may receive the second message at a second receiving time. A first sending time, of the first message, and a second sending time, of the second message, may be mutually synchronized. The method may also include determining a receiving time difference between the first receiving time and the second receiving time. The method may also include, by the evaluating device, authenticating the invited device based on the receiving time difference, the first message and the second message.
WO/2015/126415 PACKET FLOW OPTIMIZATION IN A NETWORK||WO||27.08.2015|
||PCT/US2014/017725||NOKIA SOLUTIONS AND NETWORKS OY||RASANEN, Juha, Antero|
Various communication systems may benefit from improvements in communication flow. For example, a network may benefit from packet flow optimization. A method can include receiving a flow at an entity of a communication system having a virtualized control plane. The method can also include dynamically deciding how to route the flow to an entity selected from a group of entities comprising at least one virtualized part of an entity. The method can further include routing the flow as decided.
WO/2015/126364 METHODS FOR IMPROVING THE DISTRIBUTION OF A SEALANT COMPOSITION IN A WELLBORE AND TREATMENT FLUIDS PROVIDING THE SAME||WO||27.08.2015|
||PCT/US2014/016912||HALLIBURTON ENERGY SERVICES, INC.||EOFF, Larry Steven|
Methods for forming a fluid seal in a subterranean formation may comprise: providing a treatment fluid comprising an aqueous carrier fluid, a sealant composition, and a crosslinked polysaccharide composition. The treatment fluid is introduced into a wellbore penetrating a subterranean formation and the crosslinked polysaccharide composition is formed into a viscosified gel in the wellbore. The viscosified gel substantially spans the diameter of the wellbore and holds the sealant composition in place. After forming the crosslinked polysaccharide composition into a viscosified gel in the wellbore, forming a fluid seal in the wellbore with the sealant composition.
WO/2015/126397 SUBSTANTIALLY SOLID ACIDIZING COMPOSITION FOR TREATMENT OF SUBTERRANEAN FORMATIONS||WO||27.08.2015|
||PCT/US2014/017348||HALLIBURTON ENERGY SERVICES, INC.||REDDY, Baireddy Raghava|
Various embodiments disclosed relate to compositions for treatment of a subterranean formation, and methods and systems including the same. In various embodiments, the present invention provides a method of treating a subterranean formation that can include obtaining or providing a substantially solid composition. The substantially solid composition can include a hydrogen fluoride precursor salt and an amide hydrochloride salt. The method includes combining the substantially solid composition with a carrier fluid to form a mixture. The method includes placing the mixture in a subterranean formation downhole.
WO/2015/126400 SYNTHESIS OF MONOCYCLIC N-PYRIDYL-1, 4-AZABORINES AND THEIR PT-COORDINATION COMPLEXES||WO||27.08.2015|
||PCT/US2014/017398||STATE OF OREGON ACTING BY AND THROUGH THE STATE BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION ON BEHALF OF THE UNIVERSITY OF OREGON||LIU, Shih-Yuan|
Monocyclic N-pyridyl-1,4-azaborines and their Pt coordination complexes.
WO/2015/126379 ELECTRODE PROTECTION USING ELECTROLYTE-INHIBITING ION CONDUCTOR||WO||27.08.2015|
||PCT/US2014/017093||SION POWER CORPORATION||LARAMIE, Michael, G.|
The use of ion-conducting materials to protect electrodes is generally described. The ion-conducting material may be in the form of a layer that is adjacent to a polymeric layer, such as a porous separator, to form a composite. At least a portion of the pores of the polymer layer may be filled or unfilled with the ion-conducting material. In some embodiments, the ion-conducting layer is sufficiently bonded to the polymer layer to prevent delamination of the layers during cycling of an electrochemical cell.
WO/2015/126399 CLOSED-LOOP SPEED/POSITION CONTROL MECHANISM||WO||27.08.2015|
||PCT/US2014/017397||HALLIBURTON ENERGY SERVICES, INC.||DEOLALIKAR, Neelesh, V.|
According to aspects of the present disclosure, systems and methods for a closed-loop speed/position control mechanism. An example system may include a housing and a planetary gearbox disposed within the housing, wherein a ring gear of the planetary gearbox is coupled to the housing, a sun gear of the planetary gearbox is coupled to a drive shaft, and a planetary carrier of the planetary gearbox is coupled to an output shaft. A controller may receive measurements from sensors proximate to the output shaft and use those measurements to transmit control signals to change the rotation of the drive shaft. In this way, the output shaft may be rotated independently of the housing by controlling the rotation of the drive shaft. In example systems, the output shaft may be a sonde or an offset mandrel coupled to a drill bit. The rive shaft may be coupled to a fluid-controlled controlled drive mechanism and rotation may be controlled by adjusting flow control valve. The closed-loop system may be used to set a target rotation speed of said output shaft or may be used to maintain the output shaft in a constant position or orientation despite housing rotation.
WO/2015/126433 NAVIGATING A HIERARCHICAL DATA SET||WO||27.08.2015|
||PCT/US2014/019005||CITRIX SYSTEMS, INC.||PENHA, Priscila K.|
Methods, systems, and computer-readable media for providing navigation in a hierarchical data set are presented. In some embodiments, a computing device may generate a user interface including a first node as a focused node at a fixed focal point along with a subset of a first plurality of related nodes having a relationship with the first node. In some instances discussed herein, user input may be received selecting a second node as the focused node, such as a scrolling action dragging the second node to the fixed focal point. The user interface may be updated to display a subset of a second plurality of related nodes having a relationship with the second node. In some arrangements, the hierarchical data set may correspond to an organizational chart, a workflow, a directory structure, a categorized list, a taxonomy, or any other type of hierarchical data.