WO/2015/057207 GEOEXCHANGE SYSTEMS INCLUDING GROUND SOURCE HEAT EXCHANGERS AND RELATED METHODS||WO||23.04.2015|
||PCT/US2013/065088||SUVER, Paul, W.||SUVER, Paul, W.|
A geoexchange system is provided which includes a ground source heat exchanger positioned in the ground and a distribution system coupled to the ground source heat exchanger to circulate water through the ground source heat exchanger during operation. The distribution system may include a supply line, a return line and a circulation pump to circulate water through the internal fluid cavity of the ground source heat exchanger via the supply and return lines. The distribution system may further include a purge valve to release gas from the distribution system and a fill circuit that is configured to automatically replenish the internal fluid cavity of the ground source heat exchanger with water upon leakage of water from the ground source heat exchanger or conversion of water from the ground source heat exchanger to gas. Other geoexchange systems and related methods are also provided.
WO/2015/057217 DOWNHOLE MUD MOTOR WITH ADJUSTABLE BEND ANGLE||WO||23.04.2015|
||PCT/US2013/065258||HALLIBURTON ENERGY SERVICES, INCL||PUROHIT, Ankit|
An example downhole motor may include a first housing and a second housing coupled to the first housing at a movable joint. A turbine may be within the first housing in selective fluid communication with a bore of the first housing. A biasing mechanism may be coupled to the movable joint and the turbine. The biasing mechanism may alter an angle between a first longitudinal axis of the first housing and a second longitudinal axis of the second housing by altering an orientation of the movable joint.
WO/2015/057245 HIGH PRESSURE TEAR RESISTANT BALLOON||WO||23.04.2015|
||PCT/US2013/066600||BOSTON SCIENTIFIC SCIMED, INC.||HORN, Daniel, J.|
An expandable medical balloon comprising an inner layer (12) formed of a polymer material having a first flexural modulus, an intermediate layer (14) formed of a material having a second flexural and an outer layer (16) formed of a material having a third flexural modulus, wherein the flexural modulus of the inner layer and outer layer is 3,4 atm to about 5,44 atm, the flexural modulus of the intermediate layer is about 8,85 atm to about 15,7 atm and the calculated burst strength of the balloon determined on a 90 degree bend in the balloon is about 2,38 atm or higher.
WO/2015/057229 STORING DATA AT A REMOTE LOCATION BASED ON PREDETERMINED CRITERIA||WO||23.04.2015|
||PCT/US2013/065434||HEWLETT-PACKARD DEVELOPMENT COMPANY, L.P.||PENDERGRASS, Eric Addkison|
Storing data at a remote location based on predetermined criteria includes obtaining data from a remote sensor, identifying a storage provider that meets predetermined storage criteria of the data, and uploading the data to the storage provider.
WO/2015/057231 CONTEXT-AWARE LOCATION-BASED INFORMATION DISTRIBUTION||WO||23.04.2015|
||PCT/US2013/065464||INTEL CORPORATION||WEAST, John C.|
Technologies are presented that provide location-based information distribution to targeted media devices. A method of distributing information by an information server in a networked media system may include determining a location of a first media device, determining one or more topics being consumed on the first media device, obtaining information categorically associated with one or more of the determined topics or the location of the first media device, and providing the obtained information to one or more of the first media device or a second media device in use within a predetermined proximity of the first media device. Determination of the location of the first media device may include determining whether the first media device is within a predetermined proximity of one or more other media devices with fixed known locations or of the information server. The provided information may include such information as advertisements, media recommendations, etc.
WO/2015/057244 SURFACE TREATED LOST CIRCULATION MATERIAL||WO||23.04.2015|
||PCT/US2013/065702||HALLIBURTON ENERGY SRRVICES, INC.||SAVARI, Sharath|
A granular lost circulation material for use in a wellbore during drilling operations to minimize loss of drilling fluid at a lost circulation area is disclosed. The granular lost circulation material comprises a granular material and a non-hardening tackifying agent. The granular material is coated with the non-hardening tackifying agent. The granular lost circulation material forms agglomerated particles, which form a filter cake at the lost circulation area.
WO/2015/057192 MANAGEMENT OF SAFETY AND NON-SAFETY SOFTWARE IN AN ELEVATOR SYSTEM||WO||23.04.2015|
||PCT/US2013/064958||OTIS ELEVATOR COMPANY||KIRCHHOFF, Frank|
An elevator controller includes a memory; an input/output unit; and a processor, the processor executing certified safety software and non-safety software, the non-safety software executed in a safe container to prevent the non-safety software from violating a non-safety software parameter and affecting the safety software.
WO/2015/057205 METHYLENE LINKED QUINOLINYL MODULATORS OF ROR-GAMMA-T||WO||23.04.2015|
||PCT/US2013/065048||JANSSEN PHARMACEUTICA NV||LEONARD, Kristi A.|
The present invention comprises compounds of Formula (I). wherein: R1, R2, R3, R4, R5, R6, R7, R8, and R9 are defined in the specification. The invention also comprises a method of treating or ameliorating a syndrome, disorder or disease, wherein said syndrome, disorder or disease is rheumatoid arthritis or psoriasis. The invention also comprises a method of modulating RORγt activity in a mammal by administration of a therapeutically effective amount of at least one compound of claim 1.
WO/2015/057212 DYNAMIC FREQUENCY AND POWER RESOURCE ALLOCATION WITH GRANULAR POLICY MANAGEMENT||WO||23.04.2015|
||PCT/US2013/065200||EMPIRE TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT, LLC||LEUNG, Henry|
Technologies are generally described to provide multi-objective dynamic resource optimization for self-organizing networks. In some examples, a system employing dynamic resource optimization may allocate network resources to a group of subscribers to enable granular policy management per cell, per subscriber type, per service, and/or per user resource. The dynamic resource optimization may be based on optimization/improvement of a throughput objective and a quality of experience (QoE) objective. Users maybe segmented into different groups according to subscriber types with each group having a priority level assigned. Resources may be allocated first to a highest or relatively higher priority group of users, and remaining resources may be consecutively allocated to lower priority groups. The QoE objective may be quantitatively determined by mapping real time quality of service (QoS) parameters associated with the subscriber group. A set of group policy parameters may also be applied to weight the throughput and QoE objectives.
WO/2015/057213 REFLECTING MDNS PACKETS||WO||23.04.2015|
||PCT/US2013/065217||HEWLETT-PACKARD DEVELOPMENT COMPANY, L.P.||BEAUDET, Joel|
Receiving mDNS packets can include a network, which can include an access controller, an mDNS gateway, and a number of network interfaces configured to reflect a multicast Domain Name Service (mDNS) packet.