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WO2012133111A1
Publication/Patent Number: WO2012133111A1
Publication date: 2012-10-04
Application number: 2012057348
Filing date: 2012-03-22
Abstract: The purpose of the present invention is to provide a surface treatment agent composition which contains aluminum as the coating film formation component and exhibits excellent properties for removing tin ions within a treatment bath when subjecting a tin-plated steel to electrolytic surface treatment The purpose of the present invention is to provide a surface treatment agent composition which contains aluminum as the coating film formation component and exhibits excellent properties for removing tin ions within a treatment bath when subjecting a tin-plated steel to ...more ...less
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WO2012133112A1
Publication/Patent Number: WO2012133112A1
Publication date: 2012-10-04
Application number: 2012057349
Filing date: 2012-03-22
Abstract: The purpose of the present invention is to provided: a surface treatment agent composition for non-chromium steel sheets whereby it is possible to remove iron ions without reducing the amount of aluminum ions when subjecting the steel sheet to surface treatment by means of cathodic electrolysis using a surface treatment agent containing aluminum ions as the main component; and a method for producing a surface-treated steel sheet using such a composition. Another purpose of the present invention is to provide a surface-treated steel sheet exhibiting higher corrosion resistance than prior art The purpose of the present invention is to provided: a surface treatment agent composition for non-chromium steel sheets whereby it is possible to remove iron ions without reducing the amount of aluminum ions when subjecting the steel sheet to surface treatment by means of ...more ...less
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WO2007148835A1
Publication/Patent Number: WO2007148835A1
Publication date: 2007-12-27
Application number: 2007063062
Filing date: 2007-06-22
Abstract: An agent comprising
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JP2006081861A
Publication/Patent Number: JP2006081861A
Publication date: 2006-03-30
Application number: 2004299377
Filing date: 2004-09-14
Inventor: Hirano, Tomio  
Assignee: HIRANO TOMIO
Abstract: PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a stand for placing a decoration in mid air among real flowers. SOLUTION: The stand is provided with leg rods by which the lower section of a stand for fixing a decoration by a fixing means such as a string is inserted and fixed in a container which contains an absorptive sponge PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a stand for placing a decoration in mid air among real flowers. SOLUTION: The stand is provided with leg rods by which the lower section of a stand for fixing a decoration by a fixing means such as a string is inserted and fixed in a container ...more ...less
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WO2006051648A1
Publication/Patent Number: WO2006051648A1
Publication date: 2006-05-18
Application number: 2005016568
Filing date: 2005-09-02
Abstract: A remedy for subarachnoid hemorrhage or a drug for improving prognosis of subarachnoid hemorrhage which contains a compound having a PAR1 inhibitory effect
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WO2006051623A1
Publication/Patent Number: WO2006051623A1
Publication date: 2006-05-18
Application number: 2005005068
Filing date: 2005-03-15
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Abstract: A therapeutic agent for subarachnoid hemorrhage
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WO2005089998A1
Publication/Patent Number: WO2005089998A1
Publication date: 2005-09-29
Application number: 2005004602
Filing date: 2005-03-16
Abstract: A method and an apparatus for friction stirring-spot welding capable of solving a problem in spot welding by FSW wherein welding strength tends to be lowered since an area to be metallic-bonded is limited to near the pin part of a welding tool. The method comprises the steps of pushing the welding tool (1) into a welded material (4) and tilting the rotating shaft of the welding tool (1) about a specified one point (13) to swing the tip portion of the welding tool (1) so as to increase a plastic flow area caused by the rotation of the tool. Thus A method and an apparatus for friction stirring-spot welding capable of solving a problem in spot welding by FSW wherein welding strength tends to be lowered since an area to be metallic-bonded is limited to near the pin part of a welding tool. The method comprises the steps of ...more ...less
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US20040074944A1
Publication/Patent Number: US20040074944A1
Publication date: 2004-04-22
Application number: 10/372,324
Filing date: 2003-02-25
Abstract: In a frictional stirring weld apparatus for bonding elements with a rotary tool, a head is movable with respect to the elements to position and orient the rotary tool so that a pin of the rotary tool is aligned along a boundary between first surfaces and a shoulder of the rotary tool faces to second surfaces extending radially outward from the first surfaces, and to generate a relative movement between the rotary tool and the elements along the second surfaces, and a compensating member is capable of holding thereon the rotary tool, at least partially rotatable on the rotational axis with respect to the head to rotate the rotary tool, and supported on the head movably along the rotational axis with respect to the head so that a positional relationship between the rotary tool and a combination of the elements is adjustable in a direction parallel to the rotational axis. In a frictional stirring weld apparatus for bonding elements with a rotary tool, a head is movable with respect to the elements to position and orient the rotary tool so that a pin of the rotary tool is aligned along a boundary between first surfaces and a shoulder of the rotary ...more ...less
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US20040173663A1
Publication/Patent Number: US20040173663A1
Publication date: 2004-09-09
Application number: 10/799,657
Filing date: 2004-03-15
Abstract: The invention provides a friction stir welding apparatus and method and a processing apparatus and method, which are not easily affected by deformations of a work being processed. The friction stir welding apparatus inserts a rotating tool into the work and moves the rotating tool relative to the work to join members of the work. The friction stir welding apparatus and method and the processing apparatus and method of the invention, the latter cutting or grinding the work with a rotating cutter or grindstone, comprises controlling a relative distance between the tool, cutter or grindstone and the work under the joining or processing operation or an insertion depth so that the load factor or electric current of a spindle motor for rotating the tool, cutter or grindstone is within a predetermined range, and a controller therefor. The invention provides a friction stir welding apparatus and method and a processing apparatus and method, which are not easily affected by deformations of a work being processed. The friction stir welding apparatus inserts a rotating tool into the work and moves the rotating ...more ...less
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US6566394B1
Publication/Patent Number: US6566394B1
Publication date: 2003-05-20
Application number: 10/049,158
Filing date: 2002-05-30
Abstract: Salicylamide derivatives represented by formulae (1a) and (1b); intermediates in the production thereof; a process for producing the same; and drugs containing the same as the active ingredient. The salicylamide derivatives represented by formulae (1a) and (1b) are useful as anti-inflammatory agents and immunosuppressive agents which exert an effect of inhibiting the activation of NF-&kgr;B with little side effects. Salicylamide derivatives represented by formulae (1a) and (1b); intermediates in the production thereof; a process for producing the same; and drugs containing the same as the active ingredient. The salicylamide derivatives represented by formulae (1a) and (1b) are useful as ...more ...less
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US20030047584A1
Publication/Patent Number: US20030047584A1
Publication date: 2003-03-13
Application number: 10/100,093
Filing date: 2002-03-19
Abstract: The invention provides a friction stir welding apparatus and method and a processing apparatus and method, which are not easily affected by deformations of a work being processed. The friction stir welding apparatus inserts a rotating tool into the work and moves the rotating tool relative to the work to join members of the work. The friction stir welding apparatus and method and the processing apparatus and method of the invention, the latter cutting or grinding the work with a rotating cutter or grindstone, comprises controlling a relative distance between the tool, cutter or grindstone and the work under the joining or processing operation or an insertion depth so that the load factor or electric current of a spindle motor for rotating the tool, cutter or grindstone is within a predetermined range, and a controller therefor. The invention provides a friction stir welding apparatus and method and a processing apparatus and method, which are not easily affected by deformations of a work being processed. The friction stir welding apparatus inserts a rotating tool into the work and moves the rotating ...more ...less
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US20030047590A1
Publication/Patent Number: US20030047590A1
Publication date: 2003-03-13
Application number: 10/195,452
Filing date: 2002-07-16
Abstract: The invention provides a friction stir welding apparatus and method and a processing apparatus and method, which are not easily affected by deformations of a work being processed. The friction stir welding apparatus inserts a rotating tool into the work and moves the rotating tool relative to the work to join members of the work. The friction stir welding apparatus and method and the processing apparatus and method of the invention, the latter cutting or grinding the work with a rotating cutter or grindstone, comprises controlling a relative distance between the tool, cutter or grindstone and the work under the joining or processing operation or an insertion depth so that the load factor or electric current of a spindle motor for rotating the tool, cutter or grindstone is within a predetermined range, and a controller therefor. The invention provides a friction stir welding apparatus and method and a processing apparatus and method, which are not easily affected by deformations of a work being processed. The friction stir welding apparatus inserts a rotating tool into the work and moves the rotating ...more ...less
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US20030098337A1
Publication/Patent Number: US20030098337A1
Publication date: 2003-05-29
Application number: 10/342,305
Filing date: 2003-01-15
Abstract: It is an object of the present invention to provide a friction stir welding method and apparatus capable of maintaining a rotating tool and workpieces at a substantially constant geometrical relation for arbitrary curved surfaces having a three-dimensional shape, as well as a welded structure obtained thereby. The present invention resides in a friction stir welding method comprising joining workpieces while setting rotational angles of two rotational axes of a rotating tool which the two rotational axes are rotatable in intersecting directions or perpendicularly intersecting directions independently of rotation of the rotating tool, detecting a normal line direction with respect to joint surfaces of the workpieces and a tangential direction of a joint line, and joining the workpieces in three-dimensional directions while setting, on the basis of the detected normal line direction and tangential direction, an angle relative to a normal line direction, as well as a tangential direction, at a tip end of the rotating tool, and also resides in a friction stir welding apparatus using the said method. It is an object of the present invention to provide a friction stir welding method and apparatus capable of maintaining a rotating tool and workpieces at a substantially constant geometrical relation for arbitrary curved surfaces having a three-dimensional shape, as well as a ...more ...less
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US20020006372A1
Publication/Patent Number: US20020006372A1
Publication date: 2002-01-17
Application number: 09/888,527
Filing date: 2001-06-25
Abstract: A sodium-based dechlorinating agent g is added to a flue gas G6; hydrogen chloride contained in this flue gas is removed as residue of dechlorination; the thus removed residue of dechlorination is dissolved by adding water i; water-insoluble constituents k are separated from the resulting aqueous solution j; and after adjusting pH of the aqueous solution l remaining after separation of the water-insoluble constituents k, mercury, dioxin and the like are removed and discharged. The sodium-based dechlorinating agent g is mixed with a hydrophilic anti-caking agent, with an angle of repose of 40° or more, a dispersibility of less than 50, and a floodability index value of less than 90. A mean particle diameter of sodium hydrogencarbonate is set within a range of from 2 &mgr;m to 30 &mgr;m. The hydrophilic anti-caking agent comprises silica, and is contained in an amount of 0.1 mass % or more in the sodium-based dechlorinating agent. Further, a mean particle diameter of the hydrophilic anti-caking agent is set within a range of from 0.001 &mgr;m to 1 &mgr;m. This permits inhibition of occurrence of a pressure drop and leakage in the filter cloth of the dust collector. A sodium-based dechlorinating agent g is added to a flue gas G6; hydrogen chloride contained in this flue gas is removed as residue of dechlorination; the thus removed residue of dechlorination is dissolved by adding water i; water-insoluble constituents k are separated from the ...more ...less
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US6482379B1
Publication/Patent Number: US6482379B1
Publication date: 2002-11-19
Application number: 09/704,894
Filing date: 2000-11-02
Abstract: A sodium-based dechlorinating agent g is added to a flue gas G6; hydrogen chloride contained in this flue gas is removed as residue of dechlorination; the thus removed residue of dechlorination is dissolved by adding water i; water-insoluble constituents k are separated from the resulting aqueous solution j; and after adjusting pH of the aqueous solution 1 remaining after separation of the water-insoluble constituents k, mercury, dioxin and the like are removed and discharged. The sodium-based dechlorinating agent g is mixed with a hydrophilic anti-caking agent, with an angle of repose of 40° or more, a dispersibility of less than 50, and a floodability index value of less than 90. A mean particle diameter of sodium hydrogencarbonate is set within a range of from 2 &mgr;m to 30 &mgr;m. The hydrophilic anti-caking agent comprises silica, and is contained in an amount of 0.1 mass % or more in the sodium-based dechlorinating agent. Further, a mean particle diameter of the hydrophilic anti-caking agent is set within a range of from 0.001 &mgr;m to 1 &mgr;m. This permits inhibition of occurrence of a pressure drop and leakage in the filter cloth of the dust collector. A sodium-based dechlorinating agent g is added to a flue gas G6; hydrogen chloride contained in this flue gas is removed as residue of dechlorination; the thus removed residue of dechlorination is dissolved by adding water i; water-insoluble constituents k are separated from the ...more ...less
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US20020145031A1
Publication/Patent Number: US20020145031A1
Publication date: 2002-10-10
Application number: 09/939,654
Filing date: 2001-08-28
Abstract: It is an object of the present invention to provide a friction stir welding method and apparatus capable of maintaining a rotating tool and workpieces at a substantially constant geometrical relation for arbitrary curved surfaces having a three-dimensional shape, as well as a welded structure obtained thereby. The present invention resides in a friction stir welding method comprising joining workpieces while setting rotational angles of two rotational axes of a rotating tool which the two rotational axes are rotatable in intersecting directions or perpendicularly intersecting directions independently of rotation of the rotating tool, detecting a normal line direction with respect to joint surfaces of the workpieces and a tangential direction of a joint line, and joining the workpieces in three-dimensional directions while setting, on the basis of the detected normal line direction and tangential direction, an angle relative to a normal line direction, as well as a tangential direction, at a tip end of the rotating tool, and also resides in a friction stir welding apparatus using the said method. It is an object of the present invention to provide a friction stir welding method and apparatus capable of maintaining a rotating tool and workpieces at a substantially constant geometrical relation for arbitrary curved surfaces having a three-dimensional shape, as well as a ...more ...less
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US20010049005A1
Publication/Patent Number: US20010049005A1
Publication date: 2001-12-06
Application number: 08/993,491
Filing date: 1997-12-18
Abstract: Antireflection coating on a substrate which is coated with a low refractive index layer having a specified refractive index which in turn is coated with a high refractive index layer having a higher refractive index than the low refractive index layer, is either characterized in that a roughened surface which scatters and reflects the incident light entered into the low refractive index layer in contact with the substrate is formed at the interface between the low refractive index layer and the substrate, or that a light-diffusing layer which scatters and reflects the incident light entered into the low refractive index layer in contact with the substrate is formed at the interface between the low refractive index layer and the substrate, or that a hard coating layer in contact with the low refractive index layer is formed by dispersing a light-diffusing material in the hard coating layer, which scatters and reflects the incident light entered into the low refractive index layer. Antireflection coating on a substrate which is coated with a low refractive index layer having a specified refractive index which in turn is coated with a high refractive index layer having a higher refractive index than the low refractive index layer, is either characterized in ...more ...less
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US20010033876A1
Publication/Patent Number: US20010033876A1
Publication date: 2001-10-25
Application number: 09/838,240
Filing date: 2001-04-20
Abstract: The resin molding machine is capable of executing many functions and easily expanding and modifying the structure. In the resin molding machine, a loader and an unloader are moved on common rail sections so as to convey a work piece and a molded product. An additional rail unit has a rail section, on which the loader and the unloader can be moved. The additional rail unit is detachably attached between a work piece feeding unit and a product accommodating unit. The common rail sections and the rail section of the additional rail unit are disconnectably connected. The resin molding machine is capable of executing many functions and easily expanding and modifying the structure. In the resin molding machine, a loader and an unloader are moved on common rail sections so as to convey a work piece and a molded product. An additional rail unit ...more ...less
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WO0112588A1
Publication/Patent Number: WO0112588A1
Publication date: 2001-02-22
Application number: 0005332
Filing date: 2000-08-09
Abstract: Salicylamide derivatives represented by formulae (1a) and (1b); intermediates in the production thereof; a process for producing the same; and drugs containing the same as the active ingredient. The salicylamide derivatives represented by formulae (1a) and (1b) are useful as anti-inflammatory agents and immunosuppressive agents which exert an effect of inhibiting the activation of NF- kappa B with little side effects. Salicylamide derivatives represented by formulae (1a) and (1b); intermediates in the production thereof; a process for producing the same; and drugs containing the same as the active ingredient. The salicylamide derivatives represented by formulae (1a) and (1b) are useful as ...more ...less