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1. WO/2015/045059 DRIVE CONTROL APPARATUS, ELECTRONIC DEVICE, AND DRIVE CONTROL METHODWO02.04.2015
G06F 3/048
PCT/JP2013/076054FUJITSU LIMITEDKAMATA, Yuichi
This invention addresses the problem of providing a drive control apparatus, an electronic device, and a drive control method that can provide good tactile feedback. This drive control apparatus drives a first vibrating element in an electronic device that has a display panel, a touch panel provided on the display-surface side of said display panel, and the aforementioned first vibrating element, which vibrates a touch-operation surface via which touch operations are inputted to the touch panel. Said drive control apparatus has a drive control unit that drives the vibrating element using a drive signal that produces ultrasonic resonance in the touch-operation surface. Said drive control unit drives the vibrating element such that the intensity of the ultrasonic resonance varies in accordance with the location of touch-operation input to the touch-operation surface and the degree to which said location varies over time.

2. WO/2015/039698 SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR FRACTURING OF OIL AND GAS WELLSWO26.03.2015
E21B 34/14
PCT/EP2013/069578FLOWPRO WELL TECHNOLOGY ASBREKKE, Kristian
This disclosure relates to an improved system and method for fracturing a well. In one embodiment, the system can comprise a base pipe (100) comprising an insert port (101) capable of housing a stop ball partially within the chamber of it, and a sliding sleeve (200). The sliding sleeve can comprise a first sleeve (202) with an in inner surface. That inner surface can comprise a void. The first sleeve can be maneuverable into two positions. In the first position, the void can rest on a surface of the base pipe not comprising an insert port. Such positioning can prevent a stop ball (502) from exiting the chamber of the base pipe. In the second position, the void can rest over an insert port. Such positioning can allow the stop ball to the chamber of said base pipe and to enter the void.

3. WO/2015/029229 MANAGEMENT SYSTEM AND MANAGEMENT METHOD FOR MINING MACHINERYWO05.03.2015
G06Q 50/02
PCT/JP2013/073382KOMATSU LTD.SUGIHARA, Motohide
This management system for mining machinery is provided with the following: a location-information acquisition device that is installed in mining machinery, said mining machinery being capable of driving along a mine route, and acquires location information associated with said mining machinery; an operating-information acquisition device that is installed in the mining machinery and acquires operating information associated therewith; and a first evaluation device that evaluates the operating information on the basis of said operating information and the location information. The mine route, which contains a plurality of nodes arranged at prescribed intervals and a plurality of links that connect adjacent nodes to each other, is associated with route information that indicates a special segment in which the differences between the slopes of adjacent links are less than or equal to a prescribed value, the differences between the directions of adjacent links are less than or equal to a prescribed value, and there are no intersections between adjacent links. The first evaluation device evaluates operating information from said special segment of the route.

4. WO/2015/029237 MANAGEMENT SYSTEM FOR MINING MACHINERY AND MANAGEMENT METHOD FOR MINING MACHINERYWO05.03.2015
G06Q 50/02
PCT/JP2013/073420KOMATSU LTD.SUGIHARA, Motohide
This management system for mining machinery includes a position-information acquisition unit, a route-information creation unit, and a route analysis unit. The location-information acquisition unit, which is installed in mining machinery that works in a mine, obtains location information regarding the location of said mining machinery. From a plurality of pieces of location information obtained by the location-information acquisition unit as the mining machinery moved along a route that said mining machinery takes when in operation and moving from a prescribed first location to a second location at which loads are loaded and then to a third location at which said loads are unloaded, the route-information creation unit generates route information that includes the following: a plurality of nodes that exist at prescribed intervals along the aforementioned route; and links that connect adjacent nodes to each other. The route analysis unit sets, as a special segment, a section of the route information that comprises a plurality of adjacent links wherein the differences between the slopes of adjacent links are less than or equal to a prescribed value, the differences between the directions of adjacent links are less than or equal to a prescribed value, and there are no intersections therebetween.

5. WO/2015/029236 MANAGEMENT SYSTEM FOR MINING MACHINERY AND MANAGEMENT METHOD FOR MINING MACHINERYWO05.03.2015
G06Q 50/02
PCT/JP2013/073419KOMATSU LTD.SUGIHARA, Motohide
This management system for mining machinery includes a location-information acquisition unit and a region identification unit. The location-information acquisition unit, which is installed in mining machinery that picks up loads in a mine and transports said loads, obtains location information regarding the location of said mining machinery. On the basis of location information that was obtained by the location-information acquisition unit and represents a location, within a prescribed range centered on a representative location for a spoil bank at which the aforementioned loads are dropped off, at which a load was dropped off by the mining machinery, the region identification unit corrects said representative location.

6. WO/2015/025371 MANAGEMENT SYSTEM AND MANAGEMENT METHODWO26.02.2015
G06Q 50/02
PCT/JP2013/072223KOMATSU LTD.TAKEDA, Koji
A management system arranged in a conveyance machine that travels through a mine and comprising: a position detection device capable of detecting position information for the conveyance machine; and a processing device to which the position information for the conveyance machine detected by the position detection device is output. The processing device regulates at least either the starting time or the ending time for each of a plurality of actions of the conveyance machine, on the basis of position information for the conveyance machine output from the position detection device.

7. WO/2015/025372 MANAGEMENT SYSTEM AND MANAGEMENT METHODWO26.02.2015
G06Q 50/02
PCT/JP2013/072225KOMATSU LTD.TAKEDA, Koji
A management system comprising: a first detection device that detects position information for a first conveyance machine capable of traveling a conveyance route that passes through a loading site at a mine; a second detection device that detects position information for a second conveyance machine capable of traveling the conveyance route; and a processing device to which the detection results from the first detection device and the second detection device are output. The processing device determines, on the basis of the detection results, that the second conveyance machine has reached an entrance to the loading site when the second conveyance machine has reached the rear of the first conveyance machine which is in a standby state.

8. WO/2015/024271 SEALING APPARATUS FOR CENTRAL PIVOT OF CIRCULAR SPRINKLING MACHINEWO26.02.2015
F16L 27/06
PCT/CN2013/082258GANSU HUARUI AGRICULTURE CO. LTD.HAN, Zixi
The present application provides a sealing apparatus for a central pivot of a circular sprinkling machine. The sealing apparatus comprises the central pivot consisting of a fixed water inlet pipe (2) and a rotary water delivery pipe (3). A rotary spherical sealing assembly (5) is disposed between the fixed water inlet pipe (2) and the rotary water delivery pipe (3). The sealing assembly comprises a spherical seat (7) and a spherical body (8) which are in fit. Communicated water flow holes (9) are disposed in the centers of the spherical seat (7) and the spherical body (8). A first annular sealing groove (11) is disposed on an inner side of the spherical seat (7). A lower spherical seal ring (12) is disposed in the first sealing groove (11). The bottom end of the spherical seat (7) is fixedly connected to the fixed water inlet pipe (2). The top end of the spherical body (8) is fixedly connected to the rotary water delivery pipe (3). Sealing is implemented by means of a spherical contact surface formed by mutual squeezing of the spherical seat and the spherical body, and the sealing performance is good. The rotary spherical sealing assembly has a high degree of freedom of movement, so that the deflection movement and the additional load between the rotary water delivery pipe and the fixed water inlet pipe can be eliminated, thereby avoiding the phenomenon of non-uniform wear of the seal ring, and extending the service life of the sealing apparatus.

9. WO/2015/025188 SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR MONITORING RAILCAR PERFORMANCEWO26.02.2015
B61L 15/00
PCT/IB2013/003267AMSTED RAIL COMPANY, INC.MARTIN, Andrew, H.
A system for monitoring operation of a railcar having one or more sensing units, mounted on the railcar, for monitoring operating parameters and or conditions of the railcar, and a communication management unit, in wireless communication with the sensing units, wherein the system can make a determination of an alarm condition based on data collected the sensing units. A temperature sensor device for use in such a system is also provided.

10. WO/2015/022024 EAR CLAMPWO19.02.2015
F16L 33/025
PCT/EP2013/067023HANS OETIKER AG MASCHINEN- UND APPARATEFABRIKKENWRIGHT, Eric Thomas
The invention relates to an open ear clamp comprising a clamping device in the form of a so-called Oetiker ear (12). In order to make the installation of the clamp on a pipe (20) easier, the clamp is pre-deformed beforehand, for example in the course of production, to such an extent that the clamp surrounds the pipe (20) for which the clamp is intended without play. Because of the elasticity produced in the clamp by this pre-deformation, the clamp still can be moved effortlessly to the installation location on the pipe (20) and yet is retained there in the position of the clamp and in the desired orientation.


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