WO/2014/161208 HIGH-EFFICIENCY AND ENERGY-SAVING NATURAL GAS ADDITIVE AND USE THEREOF||WO||09.10.2014|
||PCT/CN2013/074343||GUIZHOU NAS NEW ENERGY TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD||HUANG, Guoxiong|
The invention relates to a high-efficiency and energy-saving natural gas additive and use thereof, belonging to the technical field of cutting gases. The natural gas additive has the following components in percentage by weight: 10-80% of a C1-C9 alcohol and 20-90% of a C6-C11 hydrocarbon. The beneficial effects of the invention are as follows: being non-corrosive, capable of being completely dissolved in natural gas and used in natural gas for a long time, having a good synergistic effect, and having the advantages of energy saving, emission reduction and safe use of gas.
WO/2014/139254 METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING ACTIVELY SEPARABLE BULBOUS BOW||WO||18.09.2014|
||PCT/CN2013/080801||HANTONG（SHANGHAI）NEW ENERGY SHIP DESIGN R&D CO.,LTD.||ZHANG, Leshan|
Disclosed is a method for manufacturing an actively separable bulbous bow, which comprises the following steps: A. material selection: selecting a high-strength material; B. material shaping: processing the high-strength material into a matched size and shape according to the size and shape of a connecting part between the bulbous bow and a main hull; C. installation: installing the above-mentioned high-strength material at the connecting part between the bulbous bow and the main hull using a welding, bonding or embedding process for connecting the bulbous bow to the main hull; D. grinding treatment: grinding the above-mentioned connecting part to ensure that there is a smooth transitional connection between the bulbous bow and the main hull; E. rust prevention: adopting sandblasting and undercoating; and F. non-destructive watertight inspection: performing the non-destructive watertight inspection on the connecting part between the bulbous bow and the main hull. The high-strength material is a low-alloy and high-strength metal, with a yield strength value of not less than 390 Mpa, and using the bulbous bow can reduce the damage to the hull of an opposite ship caused by the bulbous bow during ship collision.
WO/2014/142794 MEMS SCANNING MIRROR FIELD OF VIEW PROVISION METHODS AND APPARATUS||WO||18.09.2014|
||PCT/US2013/030286||INTEL CORPORATION||FREEDMAN, Barak|
Embodiments of the present disclosure provide techniques and configurations for an optoelectronic assembly including a MEMS scanning mirror. In one embodiment, the MEMS scanning mirror may include a micro-scale mirror configured to be rotatable about a chord axis of the mirror to deflect an incident light beam into an exit window of the optoelectronic assembly, and a support structure configured to host the mirror to provide a light delivery field between a mirror surface and the exit window such that a path of the deflected light beam via the provided light delivery field to the exit window is un-obstructed. Other embodiments may be described and/or claimed.
WO/2014/141560 METHOD FOR ANALYZING AND CATEGORIZING SEMI-STRUCTURED DATA||WO||18.09.2014|
||PCT/JP2013/084169||RAKUTEN, INC.||STANKIEWICZ, Zofia|
A computer system interconnected to a community of users having a data processor input module programmed to receive communications from said users including one or more inputs regarding food recipes and store said inputs in accessible memory. A data processor determining module programmed to access stored data and to apply a data interpretative algorithm to said data to unify and organize disparate data inputs into a cohesive database relating to recipes. Also, a search entry module connected to the recipe database to permit access to the database to support a search algorithm applied to the database.
WO/2014/141665 INFORMATION ACQUISITION METHOD, INFORMATION ACQUISITION SYSTEM, AND INFORMATION ACQUISITION APPARATUS||WO||18.09.2014|
||PCT/JP2014/001305||PANASONIC INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY CORPORATION OF AMERICA||NAKANO, Toshihisa|
A server device (101) which comprises: a transmission/reception unit (201) which receives from a household appliance (102) the operating state of the household appliance (102), and an identifier for identifying the household appliance (102); an update unit (207) which uses the received operating state to estimate the usage state of consumables, and on the basis of the estimated consumables usage state, updates a consumables usage state that is stored in a utilisation information accumulation unit (205); and a determination unit (206) which assesses, on the basis of the updated consumables usage state, whether to transmit a confirmation message for confirming the consumables being used by the household appliance.
WO/2014/141704 CONTENT PRESENTATION METHOD, CONTENT PRESENTATION DEVICE, AND PROGRAM||WO||18.09.2014|
||PCT/JP2014/001410||PANASONIC INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY CORPORATION OF AMERICA||HIJIKATA, Yoshinori|
This content presentation method involves: a history collection step for collecting the viewing history of a user; a determination step for analyzing the viewing history and determining the active time interval in which an output unit is in a state for being viewed; a data collection step for collecting metadata added to the viewed content; an analysis step for analyzing the metadata and extracting words indicating the content; a profile generation step for generating a user profile for each active time interval on the basis of the extracted words corresponding to the content viewed in the target active time interval; a calculation step for calculating the predicted viewing time, which is the length from the current time to the time when the active time interval will finish; and a playlist generation step for selecting content on the basis of the generated user profile corresponding to the active time interval and generating a playlist prescribing the playback order of the selected content so as to conform to the predicted viewing time.
WO/2014/141405 CLEANING TOOL FOR OPTICAL CONNECTOR||WO||18.09.2014|
||PCT/JP2013/057015||NTT ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY CORPORATION||KAMOUCHI,Terumasa|
A supplying reel (11) having a belt-shaped cleaning cloth (3), and a winding bobbin (12) for winding the cleaning cloth (3) are provided. Also provided are a housing (7) for rotatably supporting the supplying reel (11) and the winding bobbin (12), a cleaning head (13) for contacting the cleaning cloth (3), and a pressing member (5) for supporting the cleaning head (13) and moving forward and backward with respect to the housing (7). Also provided are a slide spring (53) for urging the pressing member (5) forward, and a drive transmission mechanism for transmitting the action of the pressing member (5) to the winding bobbin (12). The drive transmission mechanism (33) has a pressing-member-(5)-side rack (32) and a winding-bobbin-(12)-side pinion. In the drive transmission mechanism (33), the pressing member (5) retreats with respect to the housing (7), thereby causing the winding bobbin (12) to rotate so that the cleaning cloth (3) is delivered. By the present invention, an optical connector plug can easily be cleaned by a simple structure that is reduced in size.
WO/2014/141443 ELECTRONIC DEVICE AND TOUCH PAD ASSEMBLY||WO||18.09.2014|
||PCT/JP2013/057271||KABUSHIKI KAISHA TOSHIBA||YANAGIDA, Atsuhiro|
An electronic device in an embodiment of the present invention is provided with, as an example, a housing, a touch pad unit, a support part, an operation part, and a reinforcing member. An opening is disposed in the housing. The touch pad unit is exposed from the opening, has an operating surface, and detects operations via the operating surface. The support part is configured in a plate shape, is supported by the housing, and supports the touch pad unit in a displaceable manner. The operation part is pressed in conjunction with the displacement of the touch pad unit. The reinforcing member is configured in a plate shape, is secured in an overlapping manner with the touch pad unit or the support part, and is constituted by a material that is harder than the support part.
WO/2014/141468 ASSEMBLY FOR SYRINGE, METHOD AND DEVICE FOR ASSEMBLING ASSEMBLY FOR SYRINGE, PRE-FILLED SYRINGE USING ASSEMBLY FOR SYRINGE, AND METHOD FOR ASSEMBLING PRE-FILLED SYRINGE||WO||18.09.2014|
||PCT/JP2013/057409||TERUMO KABUSHIKI KAISHA||TAKEMOTO, Masafumi|
The present invention relates to a method and a device for assembling an assembly (10) for a syringe. This method for assembling the assembly (10) for a syringe includes: a closed-space forming step in which both a puncture needle (14) and the front end (18) of an outer cylinder (12) are inserted into a receiving hole (34) in a cap (16) to form a closed space (62) between the receiving hole (34) and the front end (18) before the tip of the puncture needle (14) is inserted into the bottom wall (36) of the receiving hole (34); a gas discharge step in which gas within the closed space (62) is discharged through both a needle hole (32) and an in-cylinder space (20) which is formed in the outer cylinder (12) and which is in communication with the needle hole (32); and a sealing step in which the front end of the needle hole (32) is sealed by further inserting the front end (18) into the receiving hole (34) and inserting the tip of the puncture needle (14) into the bottom wall (36).
WO/2014/141831 STEEL WIRE FOR SPRING AND METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING SAME||WO||18.09.2014|
||PCT/JP2014/053837||HONDA MOTOR CO., LTD.||FUCHIGAMI, Hirokuni|
Provided is a steel wire for a spring in which sag resistance and fatigue characteristics can be improved through the manufacturing process without relying on the addition of an alloy element. A spring having a structure obtained by quenching and tempering, the spring comprising a first layer on the surface, a second layer disposed further inward from the first layer, and a third layer disposed further inward from the second layer so as to extend to the center, the second layer having a lower hardness than the first and third layers.