||PCT/CZ2015/000120||SPOLEK PRO CHEMICKOU A HUTNI VYROBU, AKCIOVA SPOLECNOST||FILAS, Karel|
Disclosed is a process for producing a chlorinated C3-6 alkane comprising providing a reaction mixture comprising an alkene and carbon tetrachloride in a principal alkylation zone to produce chlorinated C3-6 alkane in the reaction mixture, and extracting a portion of the reaction mixture from the principal alkylation zone, wherein: a) the concentration of the chlorinated C3-6 alkane in the reaction mixture in the principal alkylation zone is maintained at a level such that the molar ratio of chlorinated C3-6 alkane : carbon tetrachloride in the reaction mixture extracted from the alkylation zone does not exceed 95:5 when the principal alkylation zone is in continuous operation; and/or b) the reaction mixture extracted from the principal alkylation zone additionally comprises alkene and the reaction mixture is subjected to a dealkenation step in which at least about 50% or more by weight of the alkene present in the reaction mixture is extracted therefrom and at least about 50% of the extracted alkene is fed back into the reaction mixture provided in the principal alkylation zone; and/or c) the reaction mixture present in the principal alkylation zone and extracted from the principal alkylation zone additionally comprises a catalyst, and the reaction mixture extracted from the principal alkylation zone is subjected to an aqueous treatment step in which the reaction mixture is contacted with an aqueous medium in an aqueous treatment zone, a biphasic mixture is formed and an organic phase comprising catalyst is extracted from the biphasic mixture.
||PCT/CZ2015/000121||SPOLEK PRO CHEMICKOU A HUTNI VYROBU, AKCIOVA SPOLECNOST||ONDRUS, Zdenek|
Disclosed is a process for preparing a chlorinated alkene, comprising contacting a chlorinated alkane with a catalyst in a dehydrochlorination zone to produce a liquid reaction mixture comprising the chlorinated alkane and the chlorinated alkene, and extracting chlorinated alkene from the reaction mixture, wherein the concentration of the chlorinated alkene in the reaction mixture present in the dehydrochlorination zone is controlled such that the molar ratio of chlorinated alkene : chlorinated alkane is from 1 :99 to 50:50.
WO/2016/058568 A PROCESS FOR PRODUCING HIGHLY PURE CHLORINATED ALKANES||WO||21.04.2016|
||PCT/CZ2015/000122||SPOLEK PRO CHEMICKOU A HUTNI VYROBU, AKCIOVA SPOLECNOST||ONDRUS, Zdenek|
Disclosed is a process for producing highly pure chlorinated alkane in which a chlorinated alkene is contacted with chlorine in a reaction zone to produce a reaction mixture containing the chlorinated alkane and the chlorinated alkene, and extracting a portion of the reaction mixture from the reaction zone, wherein the molar ratio of chlorinated alkane : chlorinated alkene in the reaction mixture extracted from the reaction zone does not exceed 95:5.
||PCT/CZ2015/000123||SPOLEK PRO CHEMICKOU A HUTNI VYROBU, AKCIOVA SPOLECNOST||ONDRUS, Zdenek|
Disclosed is a process for preparing a highly pure 1,1,1,2,3-pentachloropropane product, comprising 1-a) providing a reaction mixture comprising ethylene, carbon tetrachloride and a catalyst in a principal alkylation zone to produce 1,1,1,3- tetrachloropropane in the reaction mixture, and 1- b) treating the reaction mixture obtained in step 1-a) to obtain a 1,1,1,3-tetrachloropropane feedstock; 2- a) contacting the 1,1,1,3-tetrachloropropane feedstock with a catalyst in a dehydrochlorination zone to produce a reaction mixture comprising 1,1,1,3-tetrachloropropane and 1,1,3-trichloropropene, and 2- b) treating the reaction mixture obtained in step 2-a) to obtain a 1,1,3-trichloropropene feedstock; 3- a) contacting the 1,1,3-trichloropropene feedstock with chlorine in a reaction zone to produce a reaction mixture containing 1,1,1,2,3-pentachloropropane and 1,1,3-trichloropropene, the reaction zone being different from the dehydrochlorination zone, and 3-b) treating the reaction mixture obtained in step 3-a) to obtain the highly pure 1,1,1,2,3-pentachloropropane product.
WO/2015/185031 CASTING DEVICE AND DIECASTING METHOD||WO||10.12.2015|
||PCT/DE2015/100123||KSM CASTINGS GROUP GMBH||WERNER, Michael|
The invention relates to a casting device and to a diecasting method.
WO/2015/170572 COMPRESSOR ELECTRIC MOTOR, COMPRESSOR, REFRIGERATING CYCLE DEVICE, AND COMPRESSOR ELECTRIC MOTOR MANUFACTURING METHOD||WO||12.11.2015|
||PCT/JP2015/061932||MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORATION||ONO, Masashi|
An aluminum wire (62), which is an electric wire used in an electric motor (40) of a compressor (12), is wound around a copper wire (63), which is another electric wire, while being spaced in a length direction. The portion around which the aluminum wire (62) is wound is brazed by a brazing material (64) containing a flux. The aluminum wire (62) and the copper wire (63) are thereby joined each other to form an electric wire joint portion (65a). An insulating paper (61) is attached to the electric wire joint portion (65a). The inner surface of the insulating paper (61) makes contact with the surface of the electric wire joint portion (65a) to which flux residues adhere.
WO/2015/136979 REFRIGERATION CYCLE DEVICE||WO||17.09.2015|
||PCT/JP2015/051125||MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORATION||MAEYAMA, Hideaki|
A compressor (12), a four-way valve (13), an outdoor heat exchanger (14), an expansion valve (15), and an indoor heat exchanger (16) are connected in a refrigerant circuit (11a) in which a refrigerant containing HFO-1123 circulates. This refrigeration cycle device (10) controls the pressure of the refrigerant in a flow path (that is, the high-pressure side) from the compressor (12) to the expansion valve (15) in the refrigerant circuit (11a) by means of a control mechanism so as to be equal to or less than a threshold value. Thus, even if a disproportionation reaction of the HFO-1123 occurs in a portion of the circuit, such as the compressor (12), proliferation of the reaction is prevented.
WO/2015/134783 MULTIVALENT METAL SALTS FOR LITHIUM ION CELLS HAVING OXYGEN CONTAINING ELECTRODE ACTIVE MATERIALS||WO||11.09.2015|
||PCT/US2015/019025||A123 SYSTEMS, LLC||ERICKSON, Michael|
A material and method for a surface-treated electrode active material for use in a lithium ion battery is provided. The surface-treated electrode active material includes an ionically conductive layer comprising a multivalent metal present as a direct conformal layer on at least a portion of the outer surface of the electrode active material. The surface-treated electrode active material improves the capacity retention and cycle life as well as reduces undesirable reactions at the surface of the electrode active material.
WO/2015/120597 MICRO-ELECTROLYSIS DEVICE AND CONTROL METHOD, INTEGRATED WATER PROCESSING DEVICE AND WATER PROCESSING METHOD||WO||20.08.2015|
||PCT/CN2014/072034||BLUESTAR (BEIJING) CHEMICAL MACHINERY CO. LTD.||LI, Haiyao|
The present invention provides a micro-electrolysis device and a control method, and an integrated water processing device and a water processing method. The micro-electrolysis device comprises an anode assembly, a cathode assembly, a mounting groove, and a descaling assembly. The anode assembly and the cathode assembly are symmetrically mounted in the mounting groove. The descaling assembly is mounted on the anode assembly, the cathode assembly or the mounting groove. According to the micro-electrolysis device and the circulating cooling water processing method of the present invention, an electrolysis technology is applied in circulating cooling water processing, no chemical agent needs to be added during the use, the investment is low, operations are simple, and the environmental problem occurring due to use of a chemical agent is avoided.
WO/2015/116364 CYLINDRICAL ELECTROCHEMICAL CELLS AND METHOD OF MANUFACTURE||WO||06.08.2015|
||PCT/US2015/010912||A123 SYSTEMS, LLC||BATSON, David C.|
An electrochemical storage cell may comprise first and second electrode sheets wound around a cylindrical core forming a jellyroll structure, the first and second electrode sheets each comprising uncoated conductive edges parallel to end faces of the jellyroll structure, and coated opposing surfaces between the uncoated conductive edges, first and second separator sheets mechanically and electrically separating the coated opposing surfaces of the first and second electrode sheets and mechanically and electrically separating the cylindrical core and the coated opposing surfaces of the first electrode sheet, and slotted cutouts from the uncoated conductive edges, the slotted cutouts angularly co-located relative to the cylindrical core upon forming the jellyroll structure.