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US9620248B2
Dispersion ceramic micro-encapsulated (DCM) nuclear fuel and related methods
Publication/Patent Number: US9620248B2 Publication Date: 2017-04-11 Application Number: 13/567,243 Filing Date: 2012-08-06 Inventor: Venneri, Francesco   Assignee: Ultra Safe Nuclear, Inc.   IPC: G21C3/17 Abstract: The invention relates to the use of Dispersion Ceramic Micro-Encapsulated (DCM) nuclear fuel as a meltdown-proof, accident-tolerant fuel to replace uranium dioxide fuel in existing light water reactors (LWRs). The safety qualities of the DCM fuel are obtained by the combination of three strong barriers to fission product release (ceramic coatings around the fuel kernels), highly dense inert ceramic matrix around the coated fuel particles and metallic or ceramic cladding around the fuel pellets.
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US9620251B2
Solid interface joint with open pores for nuclear control rod
Publication/Patent Number: US9620251B2 Publication Date: 2017-04-11 Application Number: 13/704,587 Filing Date: 2011-06-16 Inventor: Zabiego, Maxime   David, Patrick   Ravenet, Alain   Rochais, Denis   Assignee: COMMISSARIAT A L'ENERGIE ATOMIQUE ET AUX ENERGIES ALTERNATIVES   IPC: G21C7/08 Abstract: A new interface between the cladding and the stack of pellets in a nuclear control rod. According to the invention, an interface joint made of a material transparent to neutrons, in the form of a structure with a high thermal conductivity and open pores, adapted to deform by compression across its thickness, is inserted between the cladding and the stack of pellets made of B4C neutron absorber material over at least the height of the stack. The invention also relates to associated production methods.
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US9620259B2
Composites incorporated a conductive polymer nanofiber network
Publication/Patent Number: US9620259B2 Publication Date: 2017-04-11 Application Number: 14/389,708 Filing Date: 2013-04-01 Inventor: Pozzo, Lilo Danielle   Newbloom, Gregory   Assignee: University of Washington through its Center for Commercialization   IPC: H01B1/00 Abstract: Methods of forming composites that incorporate networks of conductive polymer nanofibers are provided. Networks of less-than conductive polymers are first formed and then doped with a chemical dopant to provide networks of conductive polymers. The networks of conductive polymers are then incorporated into a matrix in order to improve the conductivity of the matrix. The formed composites are useful as conductive coatings for applications including electromagnetic energy management on exterior surfaces of vehicles.
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US9620264B2
Method for manufacturing transparent conductive film
Publication/Patent Number: US9620264B2 Publication Date: 2017-04-11 Application Number: 14/631,824 Filing Date: 2015-02-25 Inventor: Ding, Yucheng   Shao, Jinyou   Li, Xiangming   Tian, Hongmiao   Li, Xin   Assignee: XI'AN JIAOTONG UNIVERSITY   IPC: B05D3/06 Abstract: A method for manufacturing a transparent conductive film, including: 1) providing a conductive scraper including a slurry feeding mouth and a slurry discharging gap; 2) placing a transparent film including a prefabricated groove on a conductive moving table, moving the conductive moving table horizontally in relation to the conductive scraper, controlling the moving speed of the conductive moving table at between 0.1 and 1 m/min, and allowing the conductive slurry to flow out of the conductive scrapper via the slurry discharging gap; 3) applying a voltage between the conductive moving table and the conductive scraper, and driving the conductive slurry flowing out of the conductive scraper to fill the groove of the transparent film by an electrodynamic force produced by the voltage; and 4) curing the conductive slurry filled in the groove of the transparent film.
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US9620265B2
Sealed header assembly
Publication/Patent Number: US9620265B2 Publication Date: 2017-04-11 Application Number: 14/966,500 Filing Date: 2015-12-11 Inventor: Peterson, Kevin John   Long, Jr. Kenneth Wade   Remaley, William John   Assignee: TE CONNECTIVITY CORPORATION   IPC: H01B17/30 Abstract: A sealed header assembly includes a housing having a cover shroud portion, a mounting portion, and a wire holder portion. The sealed header assembly includes a wire cover removably mounted to the housing. A seal is held within the housing by a seal cap. The housing and wire cover include wire guidance features for providing a path for the wire to exit the housing.
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US9620268B2
R-T-B based alloy strip, and R-T-B based sintered magnet and method for producing same
Publication/Patent Number: US9620268B2 Publication Date: 2017-04-11 Application Number: 14/350,438 Filing Date: 2012-10-11 Inventor: Tsubokura, Taeko   Kato, Eiji   Ishiyama, Tamotsu   Jingu, Nobuhiro   Ishizaka, Chikara   Assignee: TDK CORPORATION   IPC: C22C38/10 Abstract: An R-T-B based alloy strip including columnar crystals of an R2T14B phase, wherein in a cross-section along the thickness direction, columnar crystals extend out in a radial fashion from the crystal nuclei, the R-T-B based alloy strip satisfying the following inequality (1), where D1 and D2 are, respectively, the average value for the lengths of the columnar crystals on one side and the average value for the lengths on the other side that is opposite the one side, in the direction perpendicular to the thickness direction of the cross-section. 0.9/1.1≦D2/D1≦1.1/0.9  (1)
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US9620273B2
Magnet system for generation of a highly stable magnetic field
Publication/Patent Number: US9620273B2 Publication Date: 2017-04-11 Application Number: 13/967,380 Filing Date: 2013-08-15 Inventor: Kasten, Arne   Assignee: Bruker BioSpin GmbH   IPC: H01F6/06 Abstract: A magnet system generates a highly stable magnetic field at a sample location. The magnet system has a magnet cryostat housing a first superconducting magnet coil and a second magnet coil co-axial to the first magnet coil. The second magnet coil is short-circuited in a superconducting persistent mode during operation of the magnet system. An external power supply during operation supplies current to the first magnet coil via a current lead thereby generating a first magnetic field at the sample location that fluctuates according to the current noise of the power supply, wherein the second magnet coil is positioned and dimensioned in a way that it inductively couples to the first magnet coil such that it generates at the sample location a second magnetic field that compensates the fluctuations of the first magnetic field.
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US9620279B2
Coil unit and contactless power supplying apparatus
Publication/Patent Number: US9620279B2 Publication Date: 2017-04-11 Application Number: 14/852,733 Filing Date: 2015-09-14 Inventor: Terayama, Hajime   Kagami, Kazuyoshi   Tanaka, Shingo   Assignee: Yazaki Corporation   IPC: H01F5/00 Abstract: In a power supplying side core around which a power supplying side resonant coil is wound that contactlessly supplies power to a power receiving side resonant coil, a pair of protrusion portions is provided that protrudes from central axis direction both sides of the power supplying side resonant coil toward the power receiving side resonant coil. Further, in a power receiving side core around which the power receiving side resonant coil is wound that contactlessly receives power from the power supplying side resonant coil, a pair of protrusion portions is provided that protrudes from central axis direction both sides of the power receiving side resonant coil toward the power supplying side resonant coil.
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US9620283B2
Low cost wireless (resistive) sensor based on impedance coupling/modulation using MRC
Publication/Patent Number: US9620283B2 Publication Date: 2017-04-11 Application Number: 14/631,113 Filing Date: 2015-02-25 Inventor: Laifenfeld, Moshe   Assignee: GM Global Technology Operations LLC   IPC: G01R35/00 Abstract: A system for transmitting data signals from a sensor on a vehicle through magnetic resonance coupling (MRC). The system includes a control circuit having a base coil, a variable current source, a variable capacitor and a control load, where the variable current source and the capacitor are tuned to provide a predetermined AC current to the base coil so as to generate an oscillating magnetic field at a predetermined frequency. The system also includes a receiver circuit associated with the sensor, where the receiver circuit includes a receiver coil, a tuning capacitor and a variable resistive load. The receiver coil is tuned and magnetically coupled to the base coil at the predetermined frequency. A change in the variable resistive load in the receiver circuit in response to a sensor measurement causes a change in the voltage across the control load that gives an indication of the sensor measurement.
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US9620285B2
Capacitors for high voltage charge and high current discharge rates
Publication/Patent Number: US9620285B2 Publication Date: 2017-04-11 Application Number: 14/335,283 Filing Date: 2014-07-18 Inventor: Rastegar, Jahangir S   Feng, Dake   Assignee: OMNITEK PARTNERS LLC   IPC: H01G4/228 Abstract: A capacitor including: a first conductive plate; a second conductive pate arranged parallel to the first conductive plate to define a spacing between a surface of the first conductive plate and an opposing surface of the second conductive plate; a dielectric material disposed in the plate; and a capacitor lead connected to one of the first and second conductive plates at a connection region; wherein a thickness of the space is varied in the connection region.
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US9620286B2
Insulating material, passive element, circuit board, and method of manufacturing an insulating sheet
Publication/Patent Number: US9620286B2 Publication Date: 2017-04-11 Application Number: 14/311,546 Filing Date: 2014-06-23 Inventor: Nogi, Masaya   Suganuma, Katsuaki   Koga, Hirotaka   Komoda, Natsuki   Matsumoto, Hirofumi   Iwase, Masayuki   Ozaki, Kazuyuki   Toyama, Keizo   Assignee: NIPPON MEKTRON, LTD.   OSAKA UNIVERSITY   IPC: H01G4/16 Abstract: Disclosed are an insulating material (high-k layer) which includes a fiber assembly mainly composed of a cellulose nanofiber, and an electroconductive metal material supported by the fiber assembly; and a passive element (capacitor) which includes a high-k layer which is composed of the insulating material, and an electroconductive part stacked on the high-k layer.
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US9620289B2
Ceramic capacitor for suppressing high-frequency noise
Publication/Patent Number: US9620289B2 Publication Date: 2017-04-11 Application Number: 14/475,088 Filing Date: 2014-09-02 Inventor: Torigoshi, Yasuki   Kasai, Nobuyuki   Assignee: Kabushiki Kaisha Toshiba   IPC: H01G4/30 Abstract: According to an embodiment, first and second internal electrode layers are alternatively interposed between dielectric layers to form a laminated capacitor. The first internal electrode layer have a first base portion connected to a first external electrode, and is extended from the first base portion toward a second external electrode. The second internal electrode layer have a base portion connected to the second external electrode, and is extended from the second external electrode toward the first external electrode. The second internal electrode layer is formed in a deformation pattern which allows a path length greater than a length between the first and the second external electrode so that an open stub producing an open stub resonance is formed.
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US9620172B2
Systems and methods for converting interactive multimedia content authored for distribution via a physical medium for electronic distribution
Publication/Patent Number: US9620172B2 Publication Date: 2017-04-11 Application Number: 14/609,337 Filing Date: 2015-01-29 Inventor: Knight, Anthony David   Lewis, Ian Michael   Devitt, Andrew Maurice   Assignee: Rovi Technologies Corporation   IPC: G11B27/034 Abstract: Systems and methods for converting interactive multimedia content authored for distribution via a physical medium for electronic distribution are disclosed. One embodiment of the invention includes building an object model of interactive multimedia content authored for distribution via a physical medium using a content authoring system, automatically authoring a user interface based upon the object model using the content authoring system, and packing the transcoded multimedia content into at least one container.
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US9620173B1
Automated intelligent visualization of data through text and graphics
Publication/Patent Number: US9620173B1 Publication Date: 2017-04-11 Application Number: 15/216,397 Filing Date: 2016-07-21 Inventor: Fay, Todor J.   Werner, Jesse I.   Assignee: NEWBLUE INC.   IPC: H04N5/93 Abstract: Embodiments of the invention relate to an automated, intelligent visualization of data through text and graphics for connecting a wide range of data sources to graphics visualization software and automating its presentation, including building on a standard template driven system for generating graphics from data. Some of these building mechanisms include: Service Handlers, which are plugin components with their own process for converting the data into something uniform, Input Behaviors, which define actions and data to deliver from a service, a system for matching templates to input behaviors by the set of variables in each and the rules for matching them, a Schedule Request mechanism, which connects the data from the service, via the input behavior mechanism, to the correct titles, and handles the assignment of data and then conducts the appropriate actions, and the use of handler defined queues for managing the order of things in parallel.
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US9620201B1
Storage system and method for using hybrid blocks with sub-block erase operations
Publication/Patent Number: US9620201B1 Publication Date: 2017-04-11 Application Number: 15/138,984 Filing Date: 2016-04-26 Inventor: Lai, Joanna   Yang, Nian Niles   Assignee: SanDisk Technologies LLC   IPC: G11C16/04 Abstract: A storage system and method for using hybrid blocks with sub-block erase operations are provided. In one embodiment, a storage system is provided comprising a memory comprising a block, wherein the block comprises a first sub-block and a second sub-block; and a controller in communication with the memory. The controller is configured to erase the first sub-block, wherein the second sub-block is programmed; and program the first sub-block to fewer bits per cell than the second sub-block is programmed to. Other embodiments are provided.
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US9619315B1
Network failure triage assisted by embedded agents
Publication/Patent Number: US9619315B1 Publication Date: 2017-04-11 Application Number: 14/524,155 Filing Date: 2014-10-27 Inventor: Brissette, Patrice   Mallin, Mike R. E.   Semco, Ianik   Assignee: Cisco Technology, Inc.   IPC: G06F11/07 Abstract: A method is provided for performing first line triage of network issues after receiving an indication of an error in a computer network. At least one software agent in a network element of the computer network is queried. The software agent(s) are embedded in the source code for processes running on the network element. Data from the software agent(s) are received in response to the query.
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US9619318B2
Memory circuits, method for accessing a memory and method for repairing a memory
Publication/Patent Number: US9619318B2 Publication Date: 2017-04-11 Application Number: 13/773,832 Filing Date: 2013-02-22 Inventor: Leininger, Andreas   Richter, Michael   Franz, Stefan   Assignee: INTEL DEUTSCHLAND GMBH   IPC: G11C29/00 Abstract: A memory circuit is described comprising a plurality of memory elements, wherein each memory element is configured to store one data element of a plurality of data elements, an error correction information memory configured to store joint error correction information of the plurality of data elements, for each memory element, an error detection information memory storing error detection information for the data element stored in the memory element and a memory access circuit configured to, for an access to a memory element of the plurality of memory elements, check whether the error detection information for the data element stored in the memory element indicates an error of the data element stored in the memory element and, depending on whether the error detection information for the data element stored in the memory element indicates an error of the data element stored in the memory element, to process the error correction information for the access.
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US9619324B2
Error correction in non—volatile memory
Publication/Patent Number: US9619324B2 Publication Date: 2017-04-11 Application Number: 14/126,310 Filing Date: 2013-09-27 Inventor: Kwok, Zion S.   Motwani, Ravi H.   Pangal, Kiran   Damle, Prashant S.   Assignee: Intel Corporation   IPC: G06F11/10 Abstract: Apparatus, systems, and methods for error correction in memory are described. In one embodiment, a memory controller comprises logic to receive a read request for data stored in a memory, retrieve the data and at least one associated error correction codeword, wherein the data and an associated error correction codeword is distributed across a plurality of memory devices in memory, apply a first error correction routine to decode the error correction codeword retrieved with the data and in response to an uncorrectable error in the error correction codeword, apply a second error correction routine to the plurality of devices in memory. Other embodiments are also disclosed and claimed.
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US9619328B2
Read-detection in multi-level cell memory
Publication/Patent Number: US9619328B2 Publication Date: 2017-04-11 Application Number: 15/058,763 Filing Date: 2016-03-02 Inventor: Mittelholzer, Thomas   Papandreou, Nikolaos   Pozidis, Charalampos   Assignee: International Business Machines Corporation   IPC: G06F11/07 Abstract: A data storage device for storing N-symbol codewords. The device implementing a method including: reading q-level memory cells to obtain a read signal having N signal components; detecting the memory cell level corresponding to each component using a first correspondence criterion dependent on reference signal levels; identifying unreliable components; detecting, for each unreliable component, the next-most-closely corresponding memory cell level according to the first correspondence criterion; defining a set of ordered codeword vectors having N symbols corresponding to respective components of the read signal ordered according to a signal level, wherein the symbol values in each ordered codeword vector correspond to one combination of detected memory cell levels; defining, for each read signal, candidate initial vectors having intersected the ordered codeword vectors and plurality of initial vectors; and detecting, if the candidate initial vectors contains a vector, the codeword corresponding to that read signal that depends on the candidate initial vectors.
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US9619335B1
Filtering a directory enumeration of a directory to exclude files with missing file content from an image backup
Publication/Patent Number: US9619335B1 Publication Date: 2017-04-11 Application Number: 15/068,162 Filing Date: 2016-03-11 Inventor: Bushman, Nathan S.   Assignee: STORAGECRAFT TECHNOLOGY CORPORATION   IPC: G06F17/30 Abstract: Filtering a directory enumeration of a directory to exclude files with missing file content from an image backup. In one example embodiment, a method for filtering a directory enumeration of a directory to exclude files with missing file content from an image backup may include exposing an image backup to directory enumeration commands, receiving a directory enumeration command corresponding to a directory of a file system of the exposed image backup, generating a filtered directory enumeration that excludes files where the files are listed in file system metadata (FSM) for the directory of the file system of the exposed image backup but where the file content of the files is missing from the exposed image backup, and returning the filtered directory enumeration.
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