WO/2014/167634 STRUCTURE FOR FRONT PART OF VEHICLE||WO||16.10.2014|
||PCT/JP2013/060641||TOYOTA JIDOSHA KABUSHIKI KAISHA||SAKAI, Shogo|
Provided is a structure for a front part of a vehicle, the structure being configured so that the top side of a headlight is covered and so that, when a colliding object collides with the structure from the top side, the effect of the collision is reduced.
A headlight (22) is installed below the front end section (14F) of a hood (14). A protrusion (36) is formed on the lower surface of the front end section (14F) of the hood inner panel (14B) of the hood (14). The protrusion (36) protrudes toward the upper surface of the upper wall section (32B) of the lens (28) of the headlight (22). A weak section (40) is formed at a portion of the upper wall section (32B) of the lens (28) of the headlight (22), the portion facing the protrusion (36). The headlight (22) is affixed to the vehicle body (10A) so that the headlight (22) cannot be displaced by a load inputted from the protrusion (36) and so that the headlight (22) is broken by the load inputted from the protrusion (36).
WO/2014/167645 PERMANENT MAGNET-TYPE MOTOR AND ELECTRIC POWER STEERING APPARATUS||WO||16.10.2014|
||PCT/JP2013/060679||MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORATION||HIROTANI Yu|
In the present invention, a permanent magnet-type motor that delivers reliable motor control and is capable of using reluctance torque is obtained. Armature windings (12) comprise a plurality of sets of multiphase windings. A current is supplied from individual inverters respectively to each of the sets of armature windings (12). A permanent magnet (19) is disposed on a surface section of a rotor core (18) in the circumferential direction. The polarities of the adjacent permanent magnets (19) are mutually opposite. A magnetic-body protrusion section (46) is provided between adjacent permanent magnets (19), the protrusion section protruding from the rotor core (18). A non-magnetic gap section (47) is interposed between the protrusion section (46) and the permanent magnet (19) in the rotation direction.
WO/2014/168631 BIOACTIVE GLASS SCAFFOLDS, AND METHOD OF MAKING||WO||16.10.2014|
||PCT/US2013/036418||MOSCI CORP.||JUNG, Steven|
A glass, glass-ceramic, or ceramic bead is described, with an internal porous scaffold microstructure that is surrounded by an amorphous shield. The shield serves to protect the internal porous microstructure of the shield while increasing the overall strength of the porous microstructure and improve the flowability of the beads either by themselves or in devices such as biologically degradable putty that, would be used in bone or soft tissue augmentation or regeneration. The open porosity present inside the bead will allow for enhanced degradability in-vivo as compared to solid particles or spheres and also promote the growth of tissues including but not limited to all types of bone, soft tissue, blood vessels, and nerves.
WO/2014/167602 BATTERY SYSTEM||WO||16.10.2014|
||PCT/JP2013/002482||TOYOTA JIDOSHA KABUSHIKI KAISHA||TAKAHASHI, Kenji|
[Problem] To accurately estimate the lithium concentration distribution within an active material.
[Solution] A battery system has: a lithium-ion secondary battery (1) using a two-phase coexistence type positive electrode active material (141b); and a controller (300) for calculating the lithium concentration distribution within the active material (141b, 142b) of the lithium-ion secondary battery by using a diffusion equation in which a boundary condition is set. The controller corrects a diffusion coefficient used in the diffusion equation, according to history data representing the state of charge of the lithium-ion secondary battery to date.
WO/2014/167668 MOTOR STATOR AND METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING SAME||WO||16.10.2014|
||PCT/JP2013/060827||MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORATION||NAKAMURA Masashi|
A connection member (5) for supplying a stator winding (3) with current is constituted by covering a bus bar (7) with a resin material (6). The bus bar (7) is formed in an arc-like shape in the thickness direction of a belt-shaped conductor. Additionally, a weld zone (8) formed on the bus bar (7) has a projection portion (8a) projecting in the width direction, a first bent portion (8b) bent outside the arc from the projection portion (8a) in the thickness direction, and a second bent portion (8c) with the tip end thereof folded back in the width direction to allow the tip end of the second bent portion (8c) to be welded to a terminal (3a) on the stator winding (3).
WO/2014/167644 FAILURE DETECTION APPARATUS FOR VOLTAGE SENSOR||WO||16.10.2014|
||PCT/JP2013/060678||MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORATION||NISHIJIMA Yoshimasa|
[Problem] To reliably detect a failure of a voltage sensor without erroneous determination, said voltage sensor detecting a battery voltage.
[Solution] The present invention is provided with: a current sensor (4) that detects a charge/discharge current of a battery (3); a charge/discharge current change quantity calculating means (S101) that calculates a charge/discharge current change quantity (dIs) on the basis of the current detected by means of the current sensor (4); a voltage sensor (5) that detects a voltage of the battery (3); a voltage change quantity calculating means (S102) that calculates a voltage change quantity (dVs) on the basis of the voltage detected by means of the voltage sensor (5); and failure detection means (S103, S104) which determine that the voltage sensor (5) is in a failure state in the cases where the charge/discharge current change quantity (dIs) is equal to or more than a predetermined value, and the voltage change quantity (dVs) is less than a failure determining value (k).
WO/2014/166175 TOUCH SCREEN SENSING MODULE AND MANUFACTURING METHOD THEREOF AND DISPLAY||WO||16.10.2014|
||PCT/CN2013/079318||SHENZHEN O-FILM TECH CO., LTD||TANG, Genchu|
The present invention relates to a touch screen sensing module, comprising a substrate, a first conducting layer, and a second conducting layer that are arranged in a stacked manner. An insulating rubber layer insulating the first conducting layer from the second conducting layer is arranged between the first conducting layer and the second conducting layer. The first conducting layer comprises a plurality of first conducting strips arranged on the substrate in parallel, and the first conducting strips are made of transparent semi-conductor oxide. The second conducting layer comprises a plurality of second conducting strips arranged in the insulating rubber layer in parallel, the second conducting strips are conducting grids formed by thin conducting wires in a crossed manner, and the first conducting strips and the second conducting strips are insulated at intervals in a thickness direction of the substrate and arranged in an overlapped manner. The touch screen sensing module with the structure only comprises one substrate. Compared with a traditional substrate with two layers of glasses, the thickness is reduced obviously, the materials are saved, and the cost is lower. In addition, the present invention further relates to a manufacturing method of the touch screen sensing module and a display.
WO/2014/168294 PANEL COMBINING APPARATUS||WO||16.10.2014|
||PCT/KR2013/006225||HAN, Dong Hee||HAN, Dong Hee|
The present invention relates to a panel attachment apparatus for automatically combining two panels for forming a flat-type product. A panel combining apparatus according to the present invention includes: a first turntable with a panel seat surface and a through-hole; a first vision unit seated on the panel seat surface for photographing a first panel conveyed along a first turn path; a pressure-grip unit for gripping a second panel to raise or lower; a second turntable provided with a pressure-grip unit for conveying a second panel gripped by the pressure-grip unit along a second turn path in parallel with the first turn path; a second vision unit for photographing the second panel gripped by the pressure-grip unit; a position adjustment unit arranged in the lower part of the first turntable; and a control unit for receiving the information of a first image from the first vision unit and the information of a second image from the second vision unit so as to control the entire operation of the apparatus.
WO/2014/166219 GRAPHENE FIBER AND PREPARATION METHOD THEREFOR||WO||16.10.2014|
||PCT/CN2013/085113||HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD.||ZHOU, Xiaosong|
A graphene fiber and a preparation method therefor. The graphine fiber is a composite fiber of a metallic nanowire-doped graphene fiber. The main components of the composite fiber are graphene and metallic nanowires, where the metallic nanowires account for a mass ratio between 0.1% and 50%, the graphene is in a sheet morphology, and the metallic nanowires and the graphene sheets at the same time are arranged in parallel along the axial direction of the graphene fiber. The metallic nanowire-doped graphene fiber is a novel high-performance multifunctional fiber material, implements greatly increased fiber conductivity by metallic nanowire doping, while at the same time presents a great tensile strength and excellent toughness, and has a strong potential application value in multiple fields, such as serving as a lightweight flexible lead wire.
WO/2014/167613 ACTIVE SUBSTANCE FOR LITHIUM ION SECONDARY CELL AND LITHIUM ION SECONDARY CELL USING SAID ACTIVE SUBSTANCE||WO||16.10.2014|
||PCT/JP2013/007130||PANASONIC INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY MANAGEMENT CO., LTD.||KUME, Toshiro|
Provided is an active substance for a lithium ion secondary cell in which precipitation of lithium metal can be suppressed. The active substance for a lithium ion secondary cell has the structure represented by LiZnP(x)V(1-x)O4 (0 < x < 1), and the redox potential for which lithium metal is used as an index is higher than 0V and no more than 1.5V.