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US09865835B2
Publication/Patent Number: US09865835B2
Publication date: 2018-01-09
Application number: 14/814,019
Filing date: 2015-07-30
Abstract: An organic electroluminescent device includes first and second substrates, first and second electrodes, an insulating layer, an organic light emitting layer, and an intermediate layer. The first electrode is provided on the first substrate. The insulating layer is provided on the first electrode. The insulating layer includes first and second openings. The second electrode includes first and second conductive parts. The first conductive part covers the first opening. The second conductive part covers the second opening. The organic light emitting layer includes first and second light emitting parts. The first light emitting part is provided between the first electrode and the first conductive part. The second light emitting part is provided between the first electrode and the second conductive part. The second substrate is provided on a stacked body including above. The intermediate layer is provided between the stacked body and the second substrate. An organic electroluminescent device includes first and second substrates, first and second electrodes, an insulating layer, an organic light emitting layer, and an intermediate layer. The first electrode is provided on the first substrate. The insulating layer is provided on ...more ...less
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CN104170199B
Publication/Patent Number: CN104170199B
Publication date: 2017-12-01
Application number: 201280070204
Filing date: 2012-02-20
Abstract: An electric power evaluation system for a transformer evaluates the loss of a transformer with respect to a load. The electric power evaluation system comprises: an electric power measurement device for collecting electricity data such as a net output
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TWI598314B
Publication/Patent Number: TWI598314B
Publication date: 2017-09-11
Application number: 102115138
Filing date: 2013-04-26
Abstract: The present invention provides a non-alkali glass having a superior clarification effect during glass production
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JP2017007289A
Publication/Patent Number: JP2017007289A
Publication date: 2017-01-12
Application number: 2015127933
Filing date: 2015-06-25
Abstract: PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a pile-like molded article which has high productivity
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US9680124B2
Publication/Patent Number: US9680124B2
Publication date: 2017-06-13
Application number: 14/815,541
Filing date: 2015-07-31
Abstract: An organic electroluminescent device includes first and second electrode and an organic light emitting layer. The first electrode has an upper face. The organic light emitting layer is provided on the first electrode. The second electrode is provided on the organic light emitting layer. The second electrode includes a plurality of conductive parts. The conductive parts extend in a first direction parallel to the upper face and are arranged in a second direction. The second direction is parallel to the upper face and intersects with the first direction. When a length of each of the conductive parts in the second direction is set to W1 (micrometer), and a pitch of each of the conductive parts is set to P1 (micrometer). The W1 and the P1 satisfy a relationship of W1≧−647(1−W1/P1)+511 and a relationship of W1≦−882(1−W1/P1)+847. An organic electroluminescent device includes first and second electrode and an organic light emitting layer. The first electrode has an upper face. The organic light emitting layer is provided on the first electrode. The second electrode is provided on the organic light ...more ...less
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JP5943200B2
Publication/Patent Number: JP5943200B2
Publication date: 2016-06-29
Application number: 2012241579
Filing date: 2012-11-01
Abstract: PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a method and an apparatus for expanding between tips of a split pin of a suspension insulator
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JP5953089B2
Publication/Patent Number: JP5953089B2
Publication date: 2016-07-13
Application number: 2012082594
Filing date: 2012-03-30
Abstract: PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide an automatic analysis method and an auto-analyzer specifically used in a clinical examination field
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CN104160152B
Publication/Patent Number: CN104160152B
Publication date: 2016-09-14
Application number: 201280070216
Filing date: 2012-02-20
Abstract: An air compressor monitoring system wherein the discharge pressure and the terminal pressure of air compressors are measured by a pressure measurement device
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CN106194699A
Publication/Patent Number: CN106194699A
Publication date: 2016-12-07
Application number: 201610681705
Filing date: 2012-02-20
Abstract: The invention provides a monitoring system of an air compressor. The monitoring system measures the air compressor exhaust pressure of the air compressor and evaluates the operation condition of the air compressor. The monitoring system comprises a pressure measuring device for measuring the air compressor exhaust pressure of the air compressor The invention provides a monitoring system of an air compressor. The monitoring system measures the air compressor exhaust pressure of the air compressor and evaluates the operation condition of the air compressor. The monitoring system comprises a pressure measuring device for ...more ...less
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JP5918972B2
Publication/Patent Number: JP5918972B2
Publication date: 2016-05-18
Application number: 2011241557
Filing date: 2011-11-02
Abstract: PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To construct a reinforcement wall capable of firmly transmitting stress to an existing framework without dismantling the existing framework.SOLUTION: A method for constructing a reinforcement wall 10 reinforcing an existing framework 5 includes: a reinforcing plate wall forming-step for forming a reinforcing plate wall 11; a peripheral frame member forming-step for forming a peripheral frame member 31 having PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To construct a reinforcement wall capable of firmly transmitting stress to an existing framework without dismantling the existing framework.SOLUTION: A method for constructing a reinforcement wall 10 reinforcing an existing framework 5 includes: a ...more ...less
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JP2016084242A
Publication/Patent Number: JP2016084242A
Publication date: 2016-05-19
Application number: 2013030055
Filing date: 2013-02-19
Abstract: PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a non-alkali glass having high strain point and low viscosity
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JP5918971B2
Publication/Patent Number: JP5918971B2
Publication date: 2016-05-18
Application number: 2011241556
Filing date: 2011-11-02
Abstract: PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To construct a reinforcement wall capable of firmly transmitting stress to an existing framework without dismantling the existing framework when constructing a reinforcement wall inside the existing framework.SOLUTION: There is provided a method for constructing a reinforcement wall for reinforcing an existing framework that includes a pair of existing column members and a set of upper and lower existing horizontal members laid across the pair of existing column members. The method includes: a reinforcing plate wall forming-step for forming a reinforcing plate wall constituting a body of the reinforcement wall; a reinforcement wall forming-step for forming the reinforcement wall by fixing a peripheral frame member onto an end surface of the reinforcing plate wall so as to cover the end surface on all periphery; a reinforcement wall embedding-step for inserting the reinforcement wall inside the existing framework while abutting on an inner peripheral surface of the existing framework; and a reinforcement wall fixing-step for driving plural penetration members into both the peripheral frame member and the existing framework across the entire periphery of the peripheral frame member in the circumferential direction in a state where the reinforcement wall is inserted inside the existing framework. PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To construct a reinforcement wall capable of firmly transmitting stress to an existing framework without dismantling the existing framework when constructing a reinforcement wall inside the existing framework.SOLUTION: There is provided a method for ...more ...less
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US20160322594A1
Publication/Patent Number: US20160322594A1
Publication date: 2016-11-03
Application number: 15/205,455
Filing date: 2016-07-08
Abstract: According to an embodiment, an organic electroluminescent device includes a first electrode that is optically transparent and has a first region and a second region; an insulation layer that has insulation parts formed of a translucent insulation material on the first and second regions, the insulation parts arranged per unit of surface area are equal in number between the first and second regions; an organic layer provided on at least the first region of the first electrode via the insulation layer; and a second electrode formed on the organic layer, having conductive parts each of which is light-reflective and openings. Each of the openings overlaps at least two of the insulation parts. According to an embodiment, an organic electroluminescent device includes a first electrode that is optically transparent and has a first region and a second region; an insulation layer that has insulation parts formed of a translucent insulation material on the first and second ...more ...less
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CN103325955B
Publication/Patent Number: CN103325955B
Publication date: 2016-01-20
Application number: 201310032657
Filing date: 2013-01-28
Abstract: The invention relates to an organic electroluminescent device and a lighting apparatus. According to one embodiment
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TWI518891B
Publication/Patent Number: TWI518891B
Publication date: 2016-01-21
Application number: 102104573
Filing date: 2013-02-06
Abstract: According to one embodiment
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EP2243988B1
Publication/Patent Number: EP2243988B1
Publication date: 2015-08-12
Application number: 09707534.5
Filing date: 2009-01-26
Inventor: Enomoto, Akio  
Abstract: A sealing device for a prismatic body that enables reliable and quick sealing of the outer periphery of a prismatic body even if there are dimensional variations and that has a simple structure which allows for easy replacement of a damaged elastic tube is provided. An elastic tube 10 is disposed on an inner circumference of a frame body 1, in which a prismatic body W, which is an object of sealing, is inserted, the elastic tube 10 having a shorter inner circumferential length than an outer circumferential length of the prismatic body W. The frame body 1 is formed with an air vent 13 that connects to a backside of the elastic tube 10, with a vacuum source 17 being connected to this air vent 13 so that the elastic tube 10 is expandable to increase its inner diameter by being sucked toward the frame body 1. Release of the vacuum from the elastic tube 10 after insertion provides an instantaneous seal. A sealing device for a prismatic body that enables reliable and quick sealing of the outer periphery of a prismatic body even if there are dimensional variations and that has a simple structure which allows for easy replacement of a damaged elastic tube is provided. An elastic ...more ...less
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EP1296125B1
Publication/Patent Number: EP1296125B1
Publication date: 2015-10-14
Application number: 02711443.8
Filing date: 2002-02-12
Abstract: An inspection method for detecting a defect in a test object. A particulate is generated, then the generated particulate is introduced into a test object. Subsequently, light having high directivity is emitted such that the light passes in the vicinity of the test object to irradiate the particulate discharged from the test object, thereby making the particulate visible. An inspection apparatus for detecting a defect in a test object, including a particulate generating means for generating a particulate, a particulate introducing means for introducing the particulate into a test object, and a light emitting means for emitting light with high directivity that passes in the vicinity of the test object and irradiates the particulate discharged from the test object thereby to visualize the particulate. The inspection method and apparatus detect a defect of a test object with high sensitivity, permit easier identification and recording of the location of a defect, and shorten an inspection time and the time required for the pre-treatment and post-treatment before and after an inspection, or obviate the need for the pre-treatment and post-treatment. An inspection method for detecting a defect in a test object. A particulate is generated, then the generated particulate is introduced into a test object. Subsequently, light having high directivity is emitted such that the light passes in the vicinity of the test object to ...more ...less
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US20150045201A1
Publication/Patent Number: US20150045201A1
Publication date: 2015-02-12
Application number: 14/524,954
Filing date: 2014-10-27
Abstract: The present invention relates to a non-alkali glass having a strain point of 710° C. or higher, an average thermal expansion coefficient at from 50 to 300° C. of from 30×10−7 to 43×10−7/° C., a temperature T2 at which glass viscosity reaches 102 dPa·s of 1,710° C. or lower, a temperature T4 at which the glass viscosity reaches 104 dPa·s of 1,320° C. or lower, containing, indicated by percentage by mass on the basis of oxides, SiO2 58.5 to 67.5, Al2O3 18 to 24, B2O3 0 to 1.7, MgO 6.0 to 8.5, CaO 3.0 to 8.5, SrO 0.5 to 7.5, BaO 0 to 2.5 and ZrO2 0 to 4.0, containing Cl in an amount of from 0.15 to 0.35% by mass, F in an amount of from 0.01 to 0.15% by mass and SO3 in an amount of from 1 to 25 ppm and having a β-OH value of the glass of from 0.15 to 0.45 mm−1, in which (MgO/40.3)+(CaO/56.1)+(SrO/103.6)+(BaO/153.3) is from 0.27 to 0.35, (MgO/40.3)/((MgO/40.3)+(CaO/56.1)+(SrO/103.6)+(BaO/153.3)) is 0.40 or more, (MgO/40.3)/((MgO/40.3)+(CaO/56.1)) is 0.40 or more, and (MgO/40.3)/((MgO/40.3)+(SrO/103.6)) is 0.60 or more. The present invention relates to a non-alkali glass having a strain point of 710° C. or higher, an average thermal expansion coefficient at from 50 to 300° C. of from 30×10−7 to 43×10−7/° C., a temperature T2 at which glass viscosity ...more ...less
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EP2842919A1
Publication/Patent Number: EP2842919A1
Publication date: 2015-03-04
Application number: 13780817.6
Filing date: 2013-04-24
Abstract: The present invention relates to a non-alkali glass having a strain point of 710°C or higher, an average thermal expansion coefficient at from 50 to 300°C of from 30×10-7 to 43x 10-7/°C, a temperature T2 at which glass viscosity reaches 102 dPa·s of 1,710°C or lower, a temperature T4 at which the glass viscosity reaches 104 dPa·s of 1,320°C or lower, containing, indicated by percentage by mass on the basis of oxides, SiO2 58.5 to 67.5, Al2O3 18 to 24, B2O3 0 to 1.7, MgO 6.0 to 8.5, CaO 3.0 to 8.5, SrO 0.5 to 7.5, BaO 0 to 2.5 and ZrO2 0 to 4.0, containing Cl in an amount of from 0.15 to 0.35% by mass, F in an amount of from 0.01 to 0.15% by mass and SO3 in an amount of from 1 to 25 ppm and having a β-OH value of the glass of from 0.15 to 0.45 mm-1, in which (MgO/40.3)+(CaO/56.1)+(SrO/103.6)+(BaO/153.3) is from 0.27 to 0.35, (MgO/40.3)/((MgO/40.3)+(CaO/56.1)+(SrO/103.6)+(BaO/153.3)) is 0.40 or more, (MgO/40.3)/((MgO/40.3) +(CaO56.1)) is 0.40 or more, and (MgO/40.3)/((MgO/40.3) +(SrO/103.6)) is 0.60 or more. The present invention relates to a non-alkali glass having a strain point of 710°C or higher, an average thermal expansion coefficient at from 50 to 300°C of from 30×10-7 to 43x 10-7/°C, a temperature T2 at which glass viscosity reaches 102 dPa·s of 1,710°C or lower, a tempe ...more ...less
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JP5694019B2
Publication/Patent Number: JP5694019B2
Publication date: 2015-04-01
Application number: 2011059917
Filing date: 2011-03-17
Assignee: TOSHIBA CORP
Abstract: PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide an organic electroluminescent device capable of using a fluorescent blue light-emitting material regardless of T1 energy of the device and obtaining high luminous efficiency.SOLUTION: According to an embodiment