WO/2016/190859 SUTURE ANCHOR MANAGEMENT||WO||01.12.2016|
||PCT/US2015/032617||WRIGHT MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY, INC.||BRANTHOVER, Lewis Pearce|
A suture management device comprises a handle defining at least a first door cavity, a shaft extending distally from the handle, and a suture anchor coupled to a distal end of the shaft. The suture anchor is configured to couple one or more sutures to a bone. A first releasable door is sized and configured to fit within the first door cavity. The first releasable door is releasably coupled to the handle. The first releasable door defining a suture channel extending longitudinally about the circumference of the releasable door. The suture channel is configured to receive the one or more sutures therein.
WO/2016/190882 SUTURE ANCHOR MANAGEMENT||WO||01.12.2016|
||PCT/US2015/032971||WRIGHT MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY, INC.||BRANTHOVER, Lewis Pearce|
A suture management device includes a handle defining a first elongate channel. The first elongate channel extends about a longitudinal circumference of the handle. A shaft extends distally from the handle. A suture anchor is coupled to a distal end of the shaft. A suture is configured to extend from the suture anchor proximally along the shaft and into the first elongate channel defined by the handle. A door integrally can be formed with the handle. The suture extends into an area between the door and the handle. The door is configured to maintain tension on the suture when in a closed position.
WO/2016/185767 OPTICAL FIBER UNIT MANUFACTURING METHOD AND MANUFACTURING DEVICE||WO||24.11.2016|
||PCT/JP2016/057327||FUJIKURA LTD.||KAJI, Tomoaki|
[Problem] To achieve a joint at a reversal point in the winding direction of a bundling cord even with an increased linear velocity.
[Solution] The present invention provides a method for manufacturing an optical fiber unit by winding the outer periphery of an optical fiber bundle into which a plurality of optical fibers is bundled with at least two bundling cords. The method comprises: feeding the optical fiber bundle in a feeding direction from a fiber passing part; feeding at least one of the bundling cords from a bundling cord passing part of a rotating member arranged on the outer periphery of the fiber passing part, while causing the rotating member to turn with the feeding direction as a pivot in order to form an intersection between the two bundling cords at the outer periphery of the optical fiber bundle while feeding the bundling cord; and forming the optical fiber unit in which the winding direction of the bundling cords around the optical fiber bundle is reversed at a fused point of at least one of the bundling cords by feeding the optical fiber bundle and the bundling cords through a heating part disposed further downstream than the fiber passing part and the rotating member in the feeding direction and fusing the bundling cords to each other at the intersections.
WO/2016/179632 AN APPARATUS AND METHOD FOR THE NEAR REAL TIME PHYSICAL ANALYSIS OF HAY OR COTTON BALES USING NUCLEAR MAGNETIC RESONANCE TECHNIQUES||WO||17.11.2016|
||PCT/AU2016/000156||SIPCO PTY LTD||KELLY, Richard|
A nuclear magnetic resonance instrument installed on a hay baler or a cotton picker and adapted to measure various parameters that describe the nutritional value of the fodder or other properties of other commodities such as cotton or cotton seed.
WO/2016/181686 COMMUNICATION CHANNEL CONTROL DEVICE, COMMUNICATION CHANNEL CONTROL SYSTEM, COMMUNICATION CHANNEL CONTROL METHOD, AND COMMUNICATION CHANNEL CONTROL PROGRAM||WO||17.11.2016|
||PCT/JP2016/056180||NEC PLATFORMS, LTD.||HORI Takeshi|
Communication is performed on a communication channel without unnecessarily passing through a relay device such as a router. In an environment in which a first network and a second network are connected via a relay device, when information used for establishing a communication channel between an originating terminal and a receiving terminal is transferred from the relay device, the information being transmitted by one of the originating terminal and the transmission destination terminal to the other, if both the network in which the originating terminal is installed and the network in which the receiving terminal is installed are the first network, then the content of the information used for establishing the communication channel is overwritten so that the communication channel between the originating terminal and the receiving terminal is established on a channel not mediated by the relay device, and the overwritten information is transmitted to the other of the originating terminal and the receiving terminal.
WO/2016/172761 A SYSTEM FOR GENERATING ELECTRICAL POWER FROM LOW TEMPERATURE STEAM||WO||03.11.2016|
||PCT/AU2016/000152||INTEX HOLDINGS PTY LTD||DAVIES, Roger|
A system for the generation of electrical power using a solar collector that heats water using solar energy. The heated water is stored in a first tank. A vessel is connected to the first tank through a pipe and includes a headspace within which the heated water is sprayed to thereby generate steam. The headspace pressure is lower than atmospheric pressure and the water not converted to steam is collected in a pool at the bottom of the vessel to be fed back into the first tank. The steam is fed to a partial admission turbine that drives an electrical generator.
WO/2016/167792 INBONE TALAR DOME WITH EXPANDABLE FLANGES||WO||20.10.2016|
||PCT/US2015/026349||WRIGHT MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY, INC||NACHTRAB, Dean|
A joint replacement implant is disclosed. The implant includes a body having a bone contact surface and an articulation surface. An expandable stem extends longitudinally from the bone contact surface. The expandable stem includes a plurality of flanges. The plurality of flanges are expandable from a first diameter to a second diameter to anchor the implant to a bone.
WO/2016/166904 FRAME BODY, CELL FRAME FOR REDOX FLOW BATTERY, AND REDOX FLOW BATTERY||WO||20.10.2016|
||PCT/JP2015/073427||SUMITOMO ELECTRIC INDUSTRIES, LTD.||KANNO Takashi|
Provided is a frame body used in a cell of a redox flow battery with which it is possible to improve heat dissipation from an electrolyte in a slit and minimize an increase in temperature of the electrolyte. A frame body used in a cell of a redox flow battery, wherein the frame body is provided with an opening formed on the inside of the frame body, a manifold channeling the electrolyte, and a slit connecting the manifold and the opening and forming a channel for the electrolyte between the manifold and the opening. The slit has, in a cross-section orthogonal to the direction in which the electrolyte is channeled, a pair of side walls facing each other, and has a narrow part, in which the spacing between the side walls decreases in the depth direction, in at least some of the depth direction of the slit.
WO/2016/165073 INSULATED HEATING DAMAGE FIXING PIECE, PLUG AND SOCKET||WO||20.10.2016|
||PCT/CN2015/076561||WANG, Chuan sheng||WANG, Chuan sheng|
Disclosed is an insulated heating damage fixing piece (1), which is used for enabling two conductive members (2) to be in contact with each other and limited by each other, so as to form a passage, and which is damaged in the case of overheating, enabling the two conductive members (2) to expand due to an elastic force, so as to form a broken circuit. The two conductive members (2) respectively have a slot (21) recessed from an edge, and the slot (21) has a slot width (S). The insulated heating damage fixing piece (1) comprises: a connecting member (11) and two limiting members (12) combined at both ends of the connecting member (11), wherein the connecting member (11) is provided in the slot (21); the two limiting members (12) have a working width (W) greater than the slot width (S), and an accommodating space (V) is provided between the two limiting members (12) for accommodating the two conductive members (2), so that the two limiting members (12) abut against opposite outer sides of the two conductive members (2), and the two conductive members (2) are in contact with each other and limited by each other; and the connecting member is damaged in the case of overheating. The insulated heating damage fixing piece (1) can be used for the overheating protection for a plug and a socket.
WO/2016/167077 CELL FRAME FOR REDOX FLOW BATTERY, CELL STACK FOR REDOX FLOW BATTERY, AND REDOX FLOW BATTERY||WO||20.10.2016|
||PCT/JP2016/058751||SUMITOMO ELECTRIC INDUSTRIES, LTD.||ITO, Takefumi|
A cell frame (20) for a redox flow battery that has a frame body (22) provided on the outer periphery of a bipolar plate (21), wherein: the frame body (22) has manifolds (200, 201, 202, 203, 204) passing through the frame body from front to rear, the manifolds (200, 201, 202, 203, 204) channeling an electrolyte, and at least one slit (210, 211, 212, 213, 214) formed on the surface of the frame body (22) so as to form a channel for the electrolyte between the manifolds and the bipolar plate. In the longitudinal direction of the slit, the cross-section shape of the slit satisfies (A) w≥3mm and (B) 1/8