WO/2016/130118 CONSTITUTIONALLY DYNAMIC POLYMER FOR TREATMENT OF SUBTERRANEAN FORMATIONS||WO||18.08.2016|
||PCT/US2015/015406||HALLIBURTON ENERGY SERVICES, INC.||BOUL, Peter James|
Various embodiments disclosed relate to constitutionally dynamic polymer for treatment of subterranean formations. In various embodiments, the present invention provides a method of treating a subterranean formation, the method including placing in the subterranean formation a composition including a constitutionally dynamic polymer.
WO/2016/130127 METHODS AND SYSTEMS FOR WELLBORE REMEDIATION||WO||18.08.2016|
||PCT/US2015/015597||HALLIBURTON ENERGY SERVICES, INC.||BEUTERBAUGH, Aaron Michael|
Removing inorganic scale and other acid-soluble materials in the presence of a particulate pack can sometimes result in unwanted alterations to the particulate pack. Methods for removing inorganic scale can comprise: introducing a descaling agent comprising an N-(phosphonoalkyl)iminodiacetic acid or any salt thereof into a wellbore in fluid communication with a particulate pack, an inorganic scale being present in the wellbore or in the particulate pack; contacting the descaling agent with the particulate pack and the inorganic scale; and removing at least a portion of the inorganic scale using the N-(phosphonoalkyl)iminodiacetic acid or any salt thereof without substantially affecting the particulate pack.
WO/2016/130126 MONITORING DYNAMIC DEVICE CONFIGURATION PROTOCOL OFFERS TO DETERMINE ANOMALY||WO||18.08.2016|
||PCT/US2015/015588||HEWLETT PACKARD ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT LP||WACKERLY, Shaun|
Example embodiments disclosed herein relate to monitoring Dynamic Device Configuration Protocol offers via a control plane. In one example, an address range or multiple address ranges for sources of the Dynamic Device Configuration Protocol offers can be tracked. In this example, an anomaly can be determined based on one of the Dynamic Device Configuration Protocol offers and the address range(s).
WO/2016/130152 COOLANT DISTRIBUTION UNIT||WO||18.08.2016|
||PCT/US2015/015890||HEWLETT PACKARD ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT LP||CADER, Tahir|
An example device comprises a coolant distribution unit configured to be contained within a housing configured to house a plurality of liquid cooled computing units, the coolant distribution unit configured to fluidly couple to a rear door heat exchanger of the housing and to fluidly couple to the plurality of liquid cooled computing units, the coolant distribution unit to: receive coolant from the rear door heat exchanger via a first fluid line; pump the coolant toward the liquid cooled computing units using at least one pump coupled to the first fluid line; and supply the coolant to the liquid cooled computing units via a second fluid line coupled to the plurality of liquid cooled computing units.
WO/2016/130164 ELECTRONIC AND MECHANICAL COMBINATION LOCK||WO||18.08.2016|
||PCT/US2015/016129||GARTNER, Klaus W.||GARTNER, Klaus W.|
A lock including a housing and an opening for receiving a locking bolt moveable between a locked position and an unlocked position is provided. The lock also includes a rotary actuator having a rotary output of a predetermined amount and responsive to entry of an electronic combination input by a user; a cam wheel operably coupled to the housing and responsive to a manual combination input of the user, the cam wheel including a cam way; a bolt release lever moveably coupled to the housing and including a nose portion engageable with the cam way and a locking bar; and an armature post responsive to both the rotary and manual inputs, the armature post moveable between a blocking position for blocking the locking bolt in the locked position and an unblocking position for allowing the locking bolt to move into the unlocked position.
WO/2016/130163 PARTITIONING MEMORY MODULES INTO VOLATILE AND NON-VOLATILE PORTIONS||WO||18.08.2016|
||PCT/US2015/015973||HEWLETT PACKARD ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT LP||NGUYEN, Vincent|
Example implementations relate to partitioning memory modules into volatile and non-volatile portions. For example, a system includes a memory controller to partition a memory module into a non-volatile portion and a volatile portion and to identify persistent data to be backed up during a power loss condition. The memory controller is further to transfer the persistent data from the volatile portion of the memory module to the non-volatile portion of the memory module, in response to the power loss condition.
WO/2016/130165 INTERNAL MECHANICAL STRESS IMPROVEMENT METHOD FOR MITIGATING STRESS CORROSION CRACKING IN WELD AREAS OF NUCLEAR POWER PLANT PIPING||WO||18.08.2016|
||PCT/US2015/019396||MPR ASSOCIATES, INC.||NESTELL, James, E.|
Method for mitigating stress corrosion cracking at an internal (i.e., wetted-side) weld area in piping of a nuclear power plant includes the steps of actuating a radially movable tool to produce a radial load against the internal (i.e., normally wetted) surfaces at or near the weld area to create a deep residual compressive stress state at the wetted surface of the weld. The method permits post-process verification by physical measurements of surface distortion.
WO/2016/130125 APPLYING A DEGREE OF TRANSPARENCY||WO||18.08.2016|
||PCT/US2015/015562||HEWLETT PACKARD ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT LP||REVACH, Eli|
Implementations disclosed herein relate to a device for applying a degree of transparency. The device may comprise a display engine to display a foreground and background area, wherein the background area is associated with a first application and the foreground area is associated with a second application. The device may further comprise a transparency engine to apply a degree of transparency to the foreground area in an overlap area between the foreground area and the background area. The device may further comprise a trigger engine to determine whether a trigger event associated with the first application has occurred, wherein the trigger event is based on a metric value received by the first application, and in response to determining that the triggering event associated with the first application has occurred, cause the display engine to display the first application in front of the second application.
WO/2016/130131 SLICKLINE SHREDDER||WO||18.08.2016|
||PCT/US2015/015658||HALLIBURTON ENERGY SERVICES, INC.||BELLOTTE, Dominick Joseph|
A slickline shredder tool includes a housing, a housing inlet, a power receiver, a shredder coupled to the power receiver, and a storage unit. The shredder rotates about a first axis when the power receiver receives power. Malfunctioning slickline enters the housing through the housing inlet and is shredded into shredded pieces by the shredder. The shredded pieces are stored in the storage unit.
WO/2016/130156 NATURAL GAS FUELED VEHICLE||WO||18.08.2016|
||PCT/US2015/015907||GM GLOBAL TECHNOLOGY OPERATIONS LLC||ZHANG, Cunman|
A natural gas fueled vehicle, includes a natural gas fueled Internal Combustion Engine (ICE) to provide motive power to the vehicle. A pressurizable tank is disposed on the vehicle to contain a natural gas. A natural gas adsorbent is disposed in the tank. A fuel supply tube is to convey the natural gas to the ICE. A scroll compressor is on the vehicle to receive the natural gas from the tank and to deliver a first mixture of compressed natural gas and an oil to a gas and oil separator. The gas and oil separator is to receive the first mixture of the compressed natural gas and the oil from the scroll compressor and to separate the oil from the compressed natural gas and to deliver the compressed natural gas to the fuel supply tube substantially free from the oil.