(IN2013KN01294) This scoring and cutting device (100) is configured in such a manner that a scoring movable frame (21) moves from the downstream side of a scoring level block (40) toward the upstream side to longitudinally move longitudinally movable cutters (22) across plate glass (90) on the scoring level block (40), thereby forming longitudinally extending score lines (91, 92) in the plate glass (90), and that, after that, when the scoring movable frame (21) returns toward the downstream side, the plate glass (90) can be conveyed from the scoring level block (40) to a cutting base (70) with the plate glass (90) held by a scoring holding section (24).
(EP2855420) Provided herein are processes of producing estolide base oils, including the process comprising providing at least one fatty acid ester, and contacting the at least one fatty acid ester with at least one fatty acid to form an estolide base oil. Exemplary processes include the use of transesterification to form the at least one fatty acid ester and/or estolide base oil. (From US2016053195 A1)
(EP2847309) The present invention relates to a laundry detergent composition comprising a particle comprising hueing agent and clay. The particle can be incorporated into laundry detergent products, such as a laundry detergent powder. The particle exhibits an excellent storage stability profile with very little bleeding of the hueing dye from the particle, exhibits excellent fabric deposition of the hueing dye during a laundering process without causing any spot staining of the fabric, and does not impact the visual appearance of a laundry detergent powder when incorporated therein. (From US2017081518 A1)
(EP2844717) Generally, hydrophobic/oleophobic proppant particles may have hydrophobic and oleophobic surfaces. Hydrophobic/oleophobic proppant particles may be utilized for treating at least a portion of a subterranean formation with a treatment fluid comprising a base fluid and the hydrophobic/oleophobic proppant particle. Treatments may involve the formation of proppant packs, gravel packs, and the like. (From US2013292118 A1)
(EP2847177) This invention relates to methods for making oxetan-3-ylmethanamines having the formula (I) wherein R1? and R2? are as defined herein. The methods of the invention provide the compounds of formula (I) in high yields and under conditions amenable for large-scale commercial production. (From US9376409 B2)
(EP2844678) Embodiments provide polydienes and diene copolymers having organophosphines functionality. Specific embodiments employ phosphorus-containing organometal initiators and copolymers prepared by anionically polymerizing conjugated diene monomer and vinyl organophosphine. (From US2015126675 A1)
(US20140000479) Methods of reducing toxic emissions from coal tar or asphalt compositions. The methods include providing an initial composition including coal tar, a coal tar emulsion, or asphalt and adding a rheological modifier to the initial composition to form a reduced emission composition, wherein the rheological modifier includes a tall oil saponified in an anhydrous strong base and wherein the reduced emission composition releases less toxic emissions into the atmosphere than the initial composition itself would otherwise release. Further, reduced emission compositions for reducing toxic emissions that would otherwise occur in coal tar compositions or asphalt compositions. The reduced emission compositions include an initial composition including coal tar, a coal tar emulsion, or asphalt; and a chemical rheological modifier including a tall oil saponified in an anhydrous strong base.
(JP2013256648) PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a method for producing polyphenylene ether powder, capable of performing direct deaeration and effectively reducing a trouble such as scattering of fine powder during a drying step, filter clogging, and defective biting of an extruder.SOLUTION: A method for producing polyphenylene ether powder includes a precipitation step of adding a poor solvent and a polymer solution obtained by polymerizing a phenol compound into a precipitation tank and precipitating polyphenylene ether to produce a slurry. When, in the polymer solution added into the precipitation tank, a concentration of polyphenylene ether in a good solvent solution is denoted as X (mass%), and a mass ratio (poor solvent/good solvent) between the poor solvent added into the precipitation tank and a good solvent in the polymer solution is denoted as Y, the following expressions (I): 30
(CA2815325) A method and a system for providing thermal energy to a heat demanding equipment, the system comprising a gasification chamber provided with a fire-tube; a temperature sensor monitoring the temperature within the gasification chamber; a controlled-speed dosing unit conveying biomass powder or pellets to the gasification chamber; an air blower injecting a sub-stoichiometric quantity of air within the gasification chamber with the biomass powder or pellets; a syngas burner receiving hot syngas generated by gasification of the biomass powder or pellets within the gasification chamber, from the fire-tube of the gasification chamber, for combustion; and a control unit monitoring the temperature and oxygen conditions in the gasification chamber, and adjusting the dosing unit according to at least one of: i) the temperature within the gasification chamber and ii) thermal heat demand of the heat demanding equipment.