WO/2014/026443 IDENTITY AUTHENTICATION AND MANAGEMENT DEVICE AND METHOD THEREOF||WO||20.02.2014|
||PCT/CN2012/084422||WWTT TECHNOLOGY CHINA||WONG, Kwokfong|
Disclosed is an identity authentication and management device, comprising a client and background. The client comprises a terminal device and a fingerprint sensor. The fingerprint sensor comprises a collection recognition device used for collecting fingerprint information and a storage used for storing information including fingerprint information and user information of users corresponding to the fingerprint information. The terminal device is used for registering or recognizing the fingerprint information collected by the fingerprint sensor. The background comprises an identity authentication server interactively connected with the terminal device, and a plurality of application management areas interactively connected with the identity authentication server. Each application management area comprises an application unit and application information. When the fingerprint information is registered or recognized by the terminal device, the identity authentication server generates or checks the user information corresponding to the fingerprint information and enters the application management area of the user, and can operate the application unit or the application information in the application management area.
WO/2014/026442 IDENTITY AUTHENTICATION DEVICE AND METHOD THEREOF||WO||20.02.2014|
||PCT/CN2012/084421||WWTT TECHNOLOGY CHINA||WONG, Kwokfong|
An identity authentication device comprises a client and a background. The client comprises a plurality of terminal devices and fingerprint sensors interactively connected with each terminal device. Each fingerprint sensor comprises a collection recognition device used for collecting fingerprint information and a storage used for storing information including fingerprint information and user information of users corresponding to the fingerprint information. The background comprises an identity authentication server interactively connected with the terminal devices and a plurality of application servers interactively connected with the identity authentication server. The terminal devices are used for registering or determining the fingerprint information received by the finger sensor to recognize a user identity and transferring a registering or determining result to the identity authentication server at the background, and the identity authentication server determines the authority on the plurality of application servers of users according to the result.
WO/2014/028054 LOW STROKE LENGTH LOCKING DIFFERENTIAL WITH HIGH LOCKING ENGAGEMENT LENGTH||WO||20.02.2014|
||PCT/US2013/031989||EATON CORPORATION||McMILLAN, Patrick, John|
A differential, comprising a gear case, a side gear, an actuator, and a collar. The gear case comprising a central axis and recesses. The side gear configured to rotate around the central axis. The side gear comprising radially outward-extending locking members comprising side gear segments separated by plural grooves. The actuator surrounding the central axis. The collar configured to translate bi-directionally along the central axis. The collar comprising ears and radially inward-extending locking members comprising collar segments separated by plural grooves. The actuator is configured to move the collar relative to the side gear to move the ears axially in the recesses. When the actuator moves the collar to a locked position, the collar segments are configured to engage the side gear segments. When the actuator moves the collar to an unlocked position, the side gear segments are configured to pass through the grooves of the radially inward-extending locking members.
WO/2014/027850 PRESSURE CONTAINER FOR LIQUID CARGO STORAGE||WO||20.02.2014|
||PCT/KR2013/007357||HYUNDAI HEAVY INDUSTRIES CO., LTD.||LEE, Myung-Sup|
The present invention relates to a pressure container for liquid cargo storage, and the purpose of the present invention is to provide a pressure container for liquid cargo storage wherein, in constituting the pressure container by using a strengthening plate having a corrugated cross-sectional structure having troughs and peaks, part of the surface of the pressure container is constituted as a strengthening plate having a flat cross section such that the liquid cargo can flow smoothly on the inside of the pressure container while convenience of manufacture can be improved. To this end, the pressure container for liquid cargo storage according to the present invention comprises: a plurality of first strengthening plates which have a corrugated cross-sectional structure having troughs and peaks and are coupled together so as to constitute part of the pressure container where the liquid cargo is stored; and at least one second strengthening plate which is (are) coupled to the first strengthening plates, constitutes (constitute) the remaining part of the pressure container and has (have) a flat cross sectional structure.
WO/2014/027609 SOLID-FUEL BURNER||WO||20.02.2014|
||PCT/JP2013/071593||MITSUBISHI HITACHI POWER SYSTEMS, LTD.||MINE, Toshihiko|
A solid-fuel burner comprising: a venturi (7) having a constriction where the transverse cross section of a fuel passage is reduced in a fuel nozzle (8) for supplying a solid fuel; and a fuel concentrator (6) for diverting the flow in the nozzle (8) outward in the wake side of the venturi (7). The nozzle (8) is formed so that (a) the aperture in the vicinity of an opening (32) of a boiler furnace wall surface (18) has a flat shape, (b) the outer wall of the nozzle (8) orthogonal to a nozzle center axis (C) is circular in transverse cross section up to the constriction of the venturi (7), (c) between the constriction and the opening (32) there is a portion that has a gradually increasing degree of flatness, and (d) the flat shape in the opening (32) is where the degree of flatness reaches a maximum. There is obtained a solid-fuel burner in which a fuel concentration sufficient to ignite the fuel and stabilize the flames thereof is achieved in the outlet of the nozzle (8) while uniformity of fuel concentration in the circumferential direction is maintained, and a low NOx concentration can be achieved in the fuel exhaust gas.
WO/2014/027611 SOLID FUEL BURNER AND METHOD FOR OPERATING COMBUSTION DEVICE PROVIDED WITH SOLID FUEL BURNER||WO||20.02.2014|
||PCT/JP2013/071595||BABCOCK-HITACHI KABUSHIKI KAISHA||WAKAMATSU, Hitoshi|
A pulverized coal nozzle (8) is formed to have a portion in which the cross sectional shape perpendicular to the central axis (C) of the outer peripheral wall thereof monotonously spreads in a horizontal direction up to the vicinity of an opening (32) in a furnace wall surface (18) and gradually increases the flatness degree thereof, and have a flattened shape at the opening (18), a secondary air nozzle (10) is formed to have a flattened cross sectional shape perpendicular to the central axis (C) thereof at the outlet on the furnace side thereof, and a tertiary air nozzle (15) is formed to have a circular cross sectional shape perpendicular to the central axis (C) of the nozzle at the opening (32) and be divided into two parts by a partition plate (14) in order to form a plurality of parallel flow paths therein, and is formed such that a guide plate (16) is provided in a tertiary air flow path (5) in the tertiary air nozzle (15) in order to increase the flow rate in the vertical direction of combustion air jetted from the tertiary air nozzle (15) to a furnace (11). By increasing the momentum deviation in the vertical direction even under a low load condition where the air flow rate is low and stably deflecting a flame, the NOx concentration can be reduced.
WO/2014/027680 SERVICE DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM||WO||20.02.2014|
||PCT/JP2013/071953||NTT DOCOMO, INC.||YOSHIMI, Toshiyasu|
A communication terminal executes a position measurement (Sa1) at a prescribed site together with another user's communication terminal, and registers a group (Sa2) by transmitting location information and identification information which identifies a user. A server device specifies a coupon (Sa3) according to a site which the location information denotes, and transmits a segmented coupon (Sa4). Thereafter, the communication terminal carries out, once more with the same user and the same prescribed location, a position measurement (Sa6) and a transmission of location information (Sa7). The server device determines whether a prescribed condition is satisfied (Sa8), such as whether the location information is transmitted with the same members' communication terminals, and if the condition is satisfied, transmits a merged coupon (Sa9).
WO/2014/024246 DIRECTION-INDICATION DEVICE||WO||13.02.2014|
||PCT/JP2012/069993||SHINDENGEN ELECTRIC MANUFACTURING CO., LTD.||OHKI Isao|
Provided is a direction-indication device which is not affected by variation in power supply voltage, and with which the difference between the brightness of direction-indication lights which use LED elements, during direction indication operations and hazard operations, can be reduced. This direction-indication device is provided with: a pulse-signal generation unit (4); a first switching element (NM1); a variable resistor circuit (5); a direction-indication switch (SW1); a hazard switch (SW2); first and second direction-indication lights (2L, 2R); a voltage detection unit (6); and a lighting-state detection unit (7). The lighting-state detection unit detects the lighting state of the first direction-indication light and the second direction-indication light. In the time period in which both the first direction-indication light and the second direction-indication light are lit, the resistance value of the variable resistor circuit is switched to a second resistance value, and in the time period in which either the first direction-indication light or the second direction-indication light is lit, the resistance value of the variable resistor circuit is switched to a first resistance value.
WO/2014/025246 A STEAM CONDENSATE DRAINER||WO||13.02.2014|
||PCT/MY2012/000226||TAN, Sing Hong||TAN, Sing Hong|
The present invention relates to a steam condensate drainer (10). The steam condensate drainer (10) includes a housing (12) formed by an inlet cavity (20) at one end, an outlet cavity (30) at the opposite end, and a third cavity (40) protruding substantially perpendicular to the axis of the inlet cavity (20), wherein a flow conduit is formed between the inlet cavity (20) and third cavity (40) through a nozzle aperture (42) and between the third cavity (40) and the outlet cavity (30) through a drain aperture (46), a nozzle (50) having a nozzle passage (52) removably inserted into the nozzle aperture (42), a removable cap (60) attached to the third cavity (40) and sealing said third cavity (40) apart from the nozzle aperture (50) and the drain aperture (46).
WO/2014/024530 SCANNING ENDOSCOPE DEVICE, IMAGE PROCESSING DEVICE, AND IMAGE PROCESSING METHOD||WO||13.02.2014|
||PCT/JP2013/062703||OLYMPUS MEDICAL SYSTEMS CORP.||IMAIZUMI Katsuichi|
This scanning endoscope device (1) comprises: a light source unit (2) that emits illumination light; an optical fiber (3) that guides the illumination light and radiates the light from the tip end with directivity; a shutter (4) and an intermittent emission control unit (5) that control the radiation period and the interruption period of the illumination light in accordance with a predetermined cycle; a drive element (7) and a scan drive unit (8) that make the tip end of the optical fiber (3) perform scanning; a light-detecting unit (12) that detects light from the scanning range of the tip end of the optical fiber (3); an external-light-component removal unit (13) that extracts returned light components of the illumination light by removing, from the detection result of the light-detecting unit (12) within the radiation period, external-factor light components found on the basis of the detection result of the light-detecting unit (12) within the interruption period; and an image processing unit (15) that constructs an image from the returned light components on the basis of information from the scan drive unit (8) about the direction of the tip end of the optical fiber (3).