WO/2015/099605 A FLUID HANDLING APPARATUS||WO||02.07.2015|
||PCT/SG2013/000553||AGRAWAL, Avichal||AGRAWAL, Avichal|
The present invention relates to a fluid handling apparatus for heating or cooling a fluid flow, the fluid handling apparatus having a channel adapted to channel the fluid flow within the channel. The channel has a fluid flow inlet adapted to allow the fluid flow into the channel, the fluid flow inlet extending along a first longitudinal axis; a fluid flow outlet adapted to allow the fluid flow out of the channel, the fluid flow outlet extending along a second longitudinal axis; an intermediate portion between the fluid flow inlet and fluid flow outlet, the intermediate portion having a wave profile; a heating or cooling element in thermal communication with the channel, the heating or cooling element being adapted to heat or cool the fluid flow along the channel; the intermediate portion has a plurality of crests, such that the distance between a pair of consecutive crests varies from the distance between another pair of consecutive crests; and/or the height of one of the plurality of crests differs from the height of another crest.
WO/2015/099604 A FLUID HANDLING DEVICE AND A METHOD OF HEATING OR COOLING A FLUID FLOW||WO||02.07.2015|
||PCT/SG2013/000552||AGRAWAL, Avichal||AGRAWAL, Avichal|
A fluid handling device that is adapted to heat or cool a first fluid flow, the device includes a thermal chamber adapted to heat or cool the first fluid flow in the thermal chamber; and an input channel which is adapted to channel the first fluid flow into the thermal chamber, an outlet channel which is adapted to channel a heated or cooled second fluid flow out of the thermal chamber, such that the thermal energy of the second fluid flow along the outlet channel is higher or lower than the thermal energy of the first fluid flow along the input channel. The outlet channel is thermally connected to the input channel, so that the outlet channel is adapted to transfer thermal energy between the heated or cooled second fluid flow along the outlet channel and the first fluid flow along the input channel to heat or cool the first fluid flow before entering the thermal chamber.
WO/2015/099606 SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR MANAGING INTERACTIVE CONTENT||WO||02.07.2015|
||PCT/SG2013/000557||AMDON CONSULTING PTE LTD||LAM, Yew Khuen Eric|
A system and method for managing a workbook in a learning environment where a first user receives a book in electronic form, completes the activity embedded in the book and submits the activity to a second user via a server. The second user can then provide feedback regarding the activity to the first user and all inputs can be done without requiring an internet connection.
WO/2015/099603 AN UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLE||WO||02.07.2015|
||PCT/SG2013/000548||SINGAPORE TECHNOLOGIES AEROSPACE LTD||CHAN, Keen Ian|
An unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) capable of vertical and horizontal flight modes, a method of assembling a UAV, and a kit of parts for assembling a UAV. The UAV comprises an elongated wing structure having an elongated axis along the longest dimension of the elongated wing structure, the elongated wing structure having a middle location at a substantially halfway point; a connecting structure extending substantially perpendicularly from the elongated wing structure, the connecting structure being offset from the middle location of the elongated wing structure at a first position along the elongated axis; and at least three sets of propellers, wherein at least two sets of propellers are mounted on the connecting structure, and wherein at least one set of propellers is mounted at a second position offset from the middle location in an opposite direction away from the connecting structure.
WO/2015/099607 AN INTEGRATED ACCESS CONTROL AND IDENTITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM||WO||02.07.2015|
||PCT/SG2014/000192||CERTIS CISCO SECURITY PTE LTD||YONG, Tiong Hwee|
An integrated access control and identity management system comprises an IT access control unit and a physical access control unit. The IT access control unit comprises stored access criteria defining access rights for each user associated with the system. The IT access control unit is arranged to determine whether and the extent to which access should be granted to a user based on the stored access criteria. The physical access control unit is arranged to monitor attempts to physically access an area by a person. The integrated system is arranged to store in the access information storage device access information indicative of access attempts monitored by the IT and physical access control units. The stored access criteria are arranged such that a user identity criterion, an access location criterion, an access time criterion, a type criterion indicative of the type of IT resource that the user is allowed to access, and/or an access level criterion are definable in the stored access criteria.
WO/2015/099610 A FLUID HANDLING DEVICE, AN AIR COOLER DEVICE, AND A METHOD OF COOLING A FLUID FLOW||WO||02.07.2015|
||PCT/SG2014/000610||AGRAWAL, Avichal||AGRAWAL, Avichal|
A fluid handling device may be provided and arranged to cool a first fluid flow, the device including a thermal chamber configured to cool the first fluid flow in the thermal chamber, an input channel configured to channel the first fluid flow into the thermal chamber, an inlet channel configured to channel a second fluid flow into the thermal chamber to cool the first fluid flow, the second fluid flow provided at a lower temperature than the first fluid flow, an outlet channel configured to channel the second fluid flow out of the thermal chamber, a fluid tank including a reservoir of second fluid, the fluid tank fluidly coupled to the inlet channel and the outlet channel, and an output channel configured to channel the cooled first fluid flow out of the thermal chamber, the output channel further configured to be thermally coupled to the fluid tank, wherein the first fluid flow is an airflow, and the second fluid flow is an evaporative liquid flow, and wherein the cooled airflow is directed from the output channel to the fluid tank to vaporise the evaporative liquid in the fluid tank, thereby cooling the evaporative liquid. Further, a corresponding air cooler device and a corresponding method of cooling a fluid flow is provided.
WO/2015/099608 WATER DISPERSIBLE DENDRITIC POLYMERS||WO||02.07.2015|
||PCT/SG2014/000582||NIPSEA TECHNOLOGIES PTE LTD||WANG, Shaofeng|
The present invention provides a product and a manufacturing process for an aqueous dispersible dendritic polymer with various functionalities, and polymer compositions and polymer formulations comprising such a dendritic polymer. The aqueous dispersible dendritic polymer composition comprises a hydrophilic functional group to allow dispersion in aqueous solvents and improve washability of the polymer, a low surface tension functional group to impart resistance to dirt pick-up and optionally, a curable functional group to allow superior cross-linking capabilities and optionally, a softening functional group to impart flexibility to the composition.
WO/2015/099609 MONOVALENT H5 VACCINE||WO||02.07.2015|
||PCT/SG2014/000594||TEMASEK LIFE SCIENCES LABORATORY LIMITED||HE, Fang|
The present invention relates to a monovalent H5N1 vaccine. More specifically, the present invention relates to the development of a monovalent H5 vaccine strain using hemagglutinin (HA) engineering to elicit cross-clade protection. The present invention also relates to an epitope-chimeric H5 and to a reverse genetics (RG) influenza virus expressing the epitope-chimeric H5.
WO/2015/099611 COGENERATION PLANT||WO||02.07.2015|
||PCT/SG2014/000611||CYCLECT ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING PTE LTD||KHONG, Weng Wah|
There is provided a cogeneration plant unit comprising a base storey housing power generation source; a second storey vertically arranged above the base storey housing absorption chiller, the absorption chiller operable to be in fluid communication with the power generation source; a third storey vertically arranged above the second storey, the third storey houses cooling tower; and a chimney arranged in fluid communication with the power generation source and absorption chiller to dissipate the exhaust of the power generation source and the absorption chiller. The cogeneration plant unit may be further extended to incorporate more elements or form a cogeneration plant suitable for providing electricity, heat and cooling energy to a data centre.
WO/2015/099614 GRAPHENE BASED MAGNETORESISTANCE SENSORS||WO||02.07.2015|
||PCT/SG2014/000619||NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SINGAPORE||KALON, Gopinadhan|
A graphene structure is provided. The graphene structure comprises a substrate layer and at least two graphene layers disposed on the substrate. The at least two graphene layers comprises a gate voltage tuned layer and an effective graphene layer and the effective graphene layer comprises one or more graphene layers. A magnetoresistance ratio of the graphene structure is determined by a difference in a charge mobility and/or a carrier density between the gate voltage tuned layer and the effective graphene layer. The charge mobility and/or the carrier density of the gate voltage tuned layer is tunable by a gate voltage applied to the graphene structure. A magnetic field sensor comprising the graphene structure is also provided.