WO/2015/172228 METHODS AND SYSTEMS FOR WEB CONTENT GENERATION||WO||19.11.2015|
||PCT/CA2015/000307||PAGECLOUD INC. ||FITZPATRICK, Craig |
Whilst the Internet has become a dominant communications medium through a variety of services the main portal to the vast majority of this content is through a webpage associated with a user, a group, enterprise, retailer etc. For those generating the content they are today essentially stuck with two options, one expensive option for full creative control and flexibility via web developers and website development enterprises, the other cheaper option to use an enterprise offering templates and work within their constraints. In contrast, embodiments of the invention provide conventional features the user is familiar with such as cut, copy, paste etc. allowing them to edit, manipulate, and create directly within a webpage using a tool that works directly within their website such that changes are automatically live on the Internet when completed but has the familiarity of a standard graphics editing or word processing tool.
WO/2015/172243 PASSTHROUGH FIRESTOPS||WO||19.11.2015|
||PCT/CA2015/050382||PYROPHOBIC SYSTEMS LTD. ||LUO, Xiaoxiong |
A firestop element can be installed as a passthrough for a floor of a building. The element has a rigid annular body having a first section and a second section. At least a portion of the first section is fabricated of a polymer intumescent composition. This portion has an inner annular surface with a plurality of spaced lands and a void extending between each pair of lands. The second section is a sleeve having a smaller diameter than the first section.
WO/2015/172233 METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR MANUFACTURING A COMPOSITE TUBE NODE||WO||19.11.2015|
||PCT/CA2015/000319||MAGNA INTERNATIONAL INC. ||DEAVILLE, Todd |
A process includes disposing a mandrel assembly within a mold cavity bounded by mold forming surfaces. The mold is closed, first portions of the mandrel assembly seal against mold forming surfaces, and a continuous volume shaped as a node element is defined between second portions of the mandrel and the mold forming surfaces. A composite material is injected into the mold cavity filling the continuous volume, and cured forming the node element. The mandrel assembly is removed in sections exposing a node element opening. Tube-skeletons are inserted one each into openings of the node element, each tube-skeleton comprises foam core supported glass or carbon fabric materials. A resin material is injected into the mold cavity, such that the resin material permeates through the fabric material into a node element interior via the openings. The injected resin material is cured, thereby forming tube elements joined to the node element.
WO/2015/172236 OPTIMIZING DRIVE SCHEMES FOR MULTIPLE PROJECTOR SYSTEMS||WO||19.11.2015|
||PCT/CA2015/000324||MTT INNOVATION INCORPORATED ||KOZAK, Eric |
Light projection systems and methods may comprise combining light from two or more projectors. Each projector may be controlled so that the combined light output of the projectors matches a target for the projected light. In some embodiments optimization is performed to generate image data and control signals for each of the projectors. Embodiments may be applied in image projecting applications, lighting applications, and 3D stereoscopic imaging.
WO/2015/172252 GAS STORAGE STRUCTURE AND METHOD OF MANUFACTURE||WO||19.11.2015|
||PCT/CA2015/050443||SEA NG CORPORATION ||FITZPATRICK, John |
A gas storage structure includes: a container and a continuous coiled pipe supported by the container, the continuous coiled pipe including a major portion formed of thin walled pipe and a thick walled pipe defining an end of the continuous coiled pipe, the thick walled pipe having a wall thickness thicker than the thin walled pipe, the thick walled pipe being welded at a welded joint to the major portion to place an inner diameter of the thick walled pipe into communication with an inner diameter of the major portion and the thick walled pipe being connected to the container, while the major portion is free of any rigid, such as welded, connections to the container.
WO/2015/172254 FOUR-QUADRANT PARTIAL POWER PROCESSING SWITCHED-MODE CONVERTER FOR PHOTOVOLTAIC APPLICATIONS||WO||19.11.2015|
||PCT/CA2015/050446||SOLAR SHIP INC. ||MARZOUK, Ahmad Diab |
Habitations in remote areas around the world lack basic infrastructure to achieve an efficient supply chain. Over 90% of roads are unpaved and fuel infrastructure is scarce. A solar-powered hybrid airship was conceived to address this problem. It is a buoyant low-altitude aircraft with an electric power train and wing-mounted photovoltaic array. Fully electric operation requires efficient lightweight power electronics to maximize range and payload. A Partial Power Processing (PPP) converter based on the bidirectional Cuk topology is demonstrated for this application. Due to the PPP concept, the converter is rated for only about a quarter of the generated PV power. The rating is optimized based on the battery and photovoltaic array voltage ranges. The experimental prototype uses Silicon Carbide MOSFETS and achieves a system efficiency of up to 99.3%.
WO/2015/172241 PROCESS FOR RECOVERY OF COPPER FROM ARSENIC-BEARING AND/OR ANTIMONY-BEARING COPPER SULPHIDE CONCENTRATES||WO||19.11.2015|
||PCT/CA2015/050317||TECK RESOURCES LIMITED ||SALOMON-DE-FRIEDBERG, Henry |
A process for the extraction of copper from a feed material comprising at least one of arsenic and antimony-bearing copper sulphide minerals is provided. The process includes fine-grinding the feed material and after fine-grinding, subjecting the feed material to pressure oxidation in the presence of surfactant and a halogen to produce a product slurry. The process also includes subjecting the product slurry to liquid/solid separation to obtain a pressure oxidation filtrate and solids comprising at least one of a compound of arsenic and a compound of antimony, and recovering copper from the pressure oxidation filtrate.
WO/2015/172249 METHIONINE AMINOPEPTIDASE OVEREXPRESSION IN THE PERIPHERAL BLOOD AND PERIPHERAL BLOOD MONONUCLEAR CELLS IS A MARKER FOR COLORECTAL CANCER SCREENING, DIAGNOSIS AND PROGNOSIS||WO||19.11.2015|
||PCT/CA2015/050432||VASTCON ||SHRIVASTAV, Shailly |
A method of screening/prognosis/diagnosis for colorectal cancer (CRC) wherein methionine aminopeptidase 2 (MetAP2) levels are detected in a non-tumor sample such as peripheral blood, peripheral blood mononuclear cells (PBMC) or lymphocytes. Based on the MetAP2 levels, the individual may be selected for further testing.
WO/2015/172248 VEHICLE MOUNTED BOOM ASSEMBLY WITH A WASHER ATTACHMENT||WO||19.11.2015|
||PCT/CA2015/050430||LINEPRO EQUIPMENT LTD. ||EWERT, Larry |
An articulated boom assembly comprises a base and a primary boom arm extending from the base. There is a power system for actuating the primary boom arm between an extended position and a retracted position. There is an attachment operatively connected to the primary boom arm which supports a nozzle. The attachment may include an actuating mechanism for reciprocating the nozzle along the length of the attachment.
WO/2015/172255 APPARATUS, SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR PERFORMING AUTOMATED CENTRIFUGAL SEPARATION||WO||19.11.2015|
||PCT/CA2015/050449||QVELLA CORPORATION ||MAASKANT, Robert |
Systems, methods and devices are provided for the automated centrifugal processing of samples. In some embodiments, an integrated fluidic processing cartridge is provided, in which a centrifugation chamber is fluidically interfaced, through a lateral surface thereof, with a microfluidic device, and wherein the integrated fluidic processing cartridge is configured to be inserted into a centrifuge for centrifugation. A cartridge interfacing assembly may be employed to interface with the integrated fluidic processing cartridge for performing various fluidic processing steps, such as controlling the flow of fluids into and out of the centrifugation chamber, and controlling the flow of fluids into the microfluidic device, and optionally for the further fluidic processing of fluids extracted to the microfluidic device. The integrated fluidic processing cartridge may include a supernatant chamber the extraction of a supernatant thereto, and a diluent chamber for diluting a suspension collected in the centrifugation chamber.