WO/2016/112422 TEMPERATURE SENSOR||WO||21.07.2016|
||PCT/AU2015/000011||ADELAIDE RESEARCH & INNOVATION PTY LTD||WARREN-SMITH, Stephen|
A temperature sensor and temperature sensing system for sensing changes m temperature up to a predetermined temperature is disclosed. The temperature sensor includes a microstructured optical fiber where the microstructured optical fiber includes a plurality of longitudinal channels extending along the microstructured optical fiber. The sensor also includes a fiber Bragg grating formed in the microstructured optical, fiber by generating a periodic modulation in the refractive index along a core region of the microstructured optical fiber. The fiber Bragg grating is operable to produce band reflection at a reflection wavelength that varies in accordance with changes in temperature at the core region of the optical fiber.
WO/2016/112423 GLYPICAN EPITOPES AND USES THEREOF||WO||21.07.2016|
||PCT/AU2015/000019||MINOMIC INTERNATIONAL LTD.||CAMPBELL, Douglas|
The present invention relates to epitopes of glypican-1 (GPC-1) and uses thereof.
WO/2016/112424 BODY BAG ARRANGEMENT AND VALVE THEREFOR||WO||21.07.2016|
||PCT/AU2015/000766||GALEA, Vilma||GALEA, Vilma|
The present invention relates to an airtight body bag suitable for holding and storing bodies that have been affected by severely pathological diseases, or for use in disaster situations. The body bag is airtight and allows for air to be removed from within the bag after it is sealed. The body bag also allows for carrying of the bag by insertion of poles. The body bag is configured to not allow for run-off of bodily fluids when a body is placed on the bag, before it is sealed.
WO/2016/112425 IMPROVED PATHOGEN INHIBITOR||WO||21.07.2016|
||PCT/AU2015/050764||CALIX LTD||SCEATS, Mark|
A formulation of a pathogen inhibitor or probiotic as a slurry concentrate of a hydrated metal oxide for applications in agriculture, aquaculture, and as an anti-biotic in which the bioactivity, when applied by dilution, is controlled by a precursor of Reactive Oxygen Species, and the release rate controlled by the particle size. The invention may include a means whereby the precursor concentration may be controlled to meet the requirements of the ecosystem, from the maintenance of an aerobic system, to killing pathogenic, anaerobic microbes, or producing sterile ecosystems. In addition, the metal oxide may be selected to provide essential nutrients for growth of the agricultural or aquacultural products.
WO/2016/112426 CENTRIFUGAL SCREENING APPARATUS||WO||21.07.2016|
||PCT/AU2015/050848||WEIR MINERALS AUSTRALIA LTD||TRENCH, Michael|
In a centrifugal screening apparatus wherein a housing (10, 11) mounts a screen assembly (12) and a scroll assembly (20) to be differentially rotated about the machine axis, there is provided an inlet assembly (30) having an inlet body (31) defining an annular inlet space (32) coaxial with and opening in to an open apical end of the screen assembly (12) and a material supply conduit (35) delivering material to be screened to the annular space (32) and being aligned in a tangent to the annular space to deliver material to the screen assembly (12)substantially in the direction of rotation of the screen assembly (12).
WO/2016/112427 CENTRIFUGAL SCROLL SCREEN APPARATUS||WO||21.07.2016|
||PCT/AU2015/050849||WEIR MINERALS AUSTRALIA LTD||TRENCH, Michael|
In a centrifugal scroll screen apparatus there is provided a scroll assembly (20) driven by a scroll assembly drive shaft (25) and being connected to the scroll assembly by an axial adjuster comprising a shaft cam portion (92) and a scroll portion (96) each having a respective camming surface (94) whereby relative rotation of the scroll portion (96) and the shaft portion (92) axially adjusts the proximity of the vanes to a coaxial conical screening surface, and a locking ring (97) selectively operable to rotationally secure the scroll portion (96) and the shaft portion (92).
WO/2016/112428 CENTRIFUGAL SCROLL SCREEN APPARATUS||WO||21.07.2016|
||PCT/AU2015/050850||WEIR MINERALS AUSTRALIA LTD||TRENCH, Michael|
A centrifugal scroll screen apparatus has a housing (10) and a rotating screen assembly including a base-of-spoke piece (13) cooperating with the housing (10) to substantially divide the housing into housing portions receiving filtrate and product passing through the base-of-spoke piece (13) respectively. The base of spoke piece (13) and housing (10) including respective labyrinth portions (81, 82), each comprising a replaceable service item. The labyrinth portions collectively comprise a plurality of complementary annular ridges (83) interleaved to create a labyrinth selected to substantially resist filtrate contamination of the product. The housing (10) is selectively separable substantially in the plane of the base-of-spoke piece (13).
WO/2016/112429 AN IMPROVED DEVICE, SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR E-TAILING||WO||21.07.2016|
||PCT/AU2016/000003||BUYBYE PTY LTD (ACN 68 602 087 203)||GALLO GALOUZIS, George|
The present invention relates to a device, system and method for aiding item description (e.g. promotion), access and delivery to products contained within images, and in particular the present invention relates to providing a device, system and method for enhanced item e-tailing.
WO/2016/112430 HYPERSPECTRAL IMAGER METHOD AND APPARATUS||WO||21.07.2016|
||PCT/AU2016/000004||THE UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY||MURPHY, Richard J.|
A compact hyperspectral imager adapted to operate in harsh environments and to conduct post acquisition signal processing to provide automated and improved hyperspectral processing results is disclosed. The processing includes luminance and brightness processing of captured hyperspectral images, hyperspectral image classification and inverse rendering to produce luminance invariance image processing.
WO/2016/112431 TRAMPOLINE BARRIER||WO||21.07.2016|
||PCT/AU2016/050010||VULY PROPERTY PTY LTD||ANDON, Jack|
A trampoline barrier, and a trampoline having such a barrier, wherein the barrier extends below the mat to cover and protect the frame and inhibit access to the space below the trampoline mat. The barrier has a mat connection edge and a frame connection with a barrier material located therebetween. The mat connection edge defines an upper opening and the frame connection edge defines a lower opening that is larger than the upper opening.