WO/2015/076840 ANTIMICROBIAL COMPOSITIONS FOR USE IN PRODUCTS FOR PETROLEUM EXTRACTION, PERSONAL CARE, WOUND CARE AND OTHER APPLICATIONS||WO||28.05.2015|
||PCT/US2013/071669||AGIENIC, INC.||AGRAWAL, Anoop|
Compositions having antimicrobial activity contain surface functionalized particles comprising an inorganic copper salt which has low water solubility. These types of inorganic salts may also be introduced in porous particles to yield antimicrobial compositions. The compositions may optionally comprise additional antimicrobial agents, salts with high water solubility, organic acids, salts of organic acids and their esters. The compositions may be added to various fluids used in the petroleum extraction industry, or used as coatings on components used in this industry. These antimicrobial, materials may be used for reducing both anaerobic and aerobic bacteria and are also useful for reducing corrosion of ferrous components caused by anaerobic bacteria. Although such compositions may be used for any antimicrobial application, and some of the other important uses of these compositions are in wound care, personal care and waste processing,.
WO/2015/076849 ANTENNA DEVICES||WO||28.05.2015|
||PCT/US2013/071725||HEWLETT-PACKARD DEVELOPMENT COMPANY, L.P.||CHEN, Chun Chin|
An antenna device for a signal having a frequency within an operation band comprises a ground element, a radiating element short-circuited to the ground element, a positive feed connected to the radiating element, and a ground feed coupled to the ground element by a capacitive element. The capacitive element is a substantially open circuit for signals having a frequency lower than the operation band. The capacitive element is a substantially short circuit for signals having a frequency within or higher than the operation band.
WO/2015/076851 NUTATING FLUID-MECHANICAL ENERGY CONVERTER||WO||28.05.2015|
||PCT/US2013/071739||HALLIBURTON ENERGY SERVICES, INC.||MEHTA, Krunal, Kanubhai|
One example of a nutating fluid-mechanical energy converter includes a stator and a rotor. The stator includes an outer cylinder having a longitudinal passage (101) and an inner guide cylinder disposed longitudinally within the outer cylinder. The inner guide cylinder and outer cylinder are concentric and define an annulus for fluid flow. A longitudinal guide is attached to an outer surface of the inner guide cylinder and extending outwardly toward an inner surface of the outer cylinder. The rotor is positioned in the annulus to be eccentric relative to the outer cylinder. The rotor has a sidewall with a guide opening to receive the longitudinal guide. Fluid flowing through the annulus imparts a torque on the rotor causing the rotor to nutate within the annulus. The nutational motion of the rotor can be converted into a rotational motion using a suitable rotary output device.
WO/2015/076790 CONTEXT-AWARE PROACTIVE THREAT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM||WO||28.05.2015|
||PCT/US2013/070858||INTEL CORPORATION||BHARGAV-SPANTZEL, Abhilasha|
This disclosure is directed to a context-aware proactive threat management system. In general, a device may use internal activity data along with data about external activities (e.g., provided by remote resources) for threat assessment and mitigation. A device may comprise, for example, a hostile environment detection (HED) module to coordinate threat assessment and mitigation. The HED module may accumulate internal activity data (e.g., from security services in the device), and external activity data regarding a system environment and/or a physical environment from the remote resources. The HED module may then assess threats based on the activity data and determine automated and/or manual mitigation operations to respond to the threats. In one embodiment, visualization features may also be used to, for example, visualize threats to a user, visualize automatic/manual mitigation operations, request user confirmation regarding the performance of manual mitigation operations, etc.
WO/2015/076797 REMOVABLE STORAGE DATA HASH||WO||28.05.2015|
||PCT/US2013/071023||HEWLETT PACKARD DEVELOPMENT COMPANY, L.P.||HANES, David H.|
A media server in accordance with an example may include a reader, a hash checker, a database manager, and a server. The reader may read data from a removable storage. The hash checker may calculated a calculated hash value and determine if it is equal to a saved hash value. If the calculated hash value is equal to or does not equal the saved hash value, the database manager may retrieve a saved database or generate a generated database. The server may serve the saved database or the generated database.
WO/2015/076776 MULTI-PHASE ACTIVE POWER FACTOR CORRECTION SYSTEM||WO||28.05.2015|
||PCT/US2013/070678||RICHARDS CORPORATION||MAWULE, Koffi|
Systems and methods are disclosed for providing power factor correction for multi-phase power delivery. A PFC sub-system (100) includes multiple active PFC modules (102a, 102b, 102c) and multiple isolated DC-DC converters (104a, 104b, 104c). Each active PFC module increases a respective power factor associated with a respective phase (109a, 109b, 109c) of the multi-phase power system. Each DC-DC converter is electrically connected to a respective active PFC module and modifies a respective DC voltage level for a respective DC voltage received from a respective active PFC module. Outputs (112a, 112b, 112c, 114a, 114b, 114c) of the isolated DC-DC converters are electrically connectable for providing a combined voltage or combined current to a load device. The combined voltage or combined current corresponds to the voltages received by the DC-DC converters from the active PFC modules.
WO/2015/076777 TOOTH VARNISH COMPOSITIONS AND METHODS FOR THEIR USE||WO||28.05.2015|
||PCT/US2013/070679||COLGATE-PALMOLIVE COMPANY||BLANVALET, Claude|
The disclosure provides hypersensitivity preventative tooth varnish compositions comprising, inter alia, ethyl cellulose and fluoride, and methods for the use of such compositions for the treatment of hypersensitive teeth.
WO/2015/076792 MICROELECTRONIC TRANSISTOR CONTACTS AND METHODS OF FABRICATING THE SAME||WO||28.05.2015|
||PCT/US2013/070923||INTEL CORPORATION||ST. AMOUR, Anthony|
A transistor contact of the present description may be fabricated by forming a via through an interlayer dielectric layer disposed on a microelectronic substrate, wherein the via extends from a first surface of the interlayer dielectric layer to the microelectronic substrate forming a via sidewall and exposing a portion of the microelectronic substrate. A conformal contact material layer may then be formed adjacent the exposed portion of the microelectronic substrate, the at least one via sidewall, and the interlayer dielectric first surface. An etch block plug formed within the via proximate the microelectronic substrate. The contact material layer not protected by the etch block plug may be removed followed by the removal of the etch block plug and the filling the via with a conductive material.
WO/2015/076775 INJECTOR AND SLIP BOWL SYSTEM||WO||28.05.2015|
||PCT/US2013/070670||HALLIBURTON ENERGY SERVICES, INC.||HARRELL, Thurman, P.|
Methods and systems for moving a tubular member in and out of a well are disclosed. An injector and slip bowl system includes an injector apparatus. The injector apparatus includes a support structure and an injector located above the support structure. The injector includes a base and a carriage extending upward from the base and coupled to the base. The injector also includes a gripper chain system mounted in the carriage. The gripper chain system includes one or more gripper chains and one or more linear beams supporting the one or more gripper chains. The injector apparatus further includes a lifting means coupled to the support structure and a slip bowl assembly coupled to the support structure and located below the injector base.
WO/2015/076787 DRY GEL HOPPER||WO||28.05.2015|
||PCT/US2013/070795||SUREFIRE USA, LLC||STEWART, William|
Apparatuses and methods of preventing moisture contamination and loss of dry gel powder used in on site fracturing operations are disclosed. Apparatuses include specialized hoppers to prevent contamination of surrounding equipment with dry gel powder.