US Pat. No. 9,279,190

METHOD FOR PREPARING DIAMOND CARBON MEMBRANE ON SURFACE OF STAINLESS STEEL

SHANGHAI JIAO TONG UNIVER...

1. A method for preparing a diamond carbon membrane on a surface of stainless steel, comprising:
(1) pretreatment of the surface of the stainless steel: the stainless steel surface is required to be subject to polishing,
acid washing or electrochemical treatment for removal of oxide, grease stain, and grain impurities on the surface;

(2) adhesion of a biomass-derived carbonaceous mesophase film on the stainless steel surface: the pretreated stainless steel
is immersed into a solution of the biomass-derived carbonaceous mesophase in ethanol with a given concentration for 5 minutes
prior to taking out and air drying; or alternatively, the solution of the biomass-derived carbonaceous mesophase in ethanol
with a given concentration is sprayed onto the stainless steel surface, to provide a layer of biomass-derived carbonaceous
mesophase film adhered on the stainless steel surface upon full volatilization of the solution on the surface; and

(3) thermal treatment: the stainless steel having the biomass-derived carbonaceous mesophase film adhered is subject to thermal
treatment under hydrogen-contained atmosphere, to prepare the diamond carbon membrane on the stainless steel surface.

US Pat. No. 9,440,278

ROLLER HEMMING

GM Global Technologies Op...

1. A sheet metal roller hemming apparatus, comprising:
a first electrode to electrically connect to an electrical power supply and a sheet metal workpiece, wherein the first electrode
is a busbar including an electrical conductor positioned to be in electrical contact with the workpiece;

a second electrode to electrically connect to the electrical power supply and the sheet metal workpiece to cause pulsed electric
current having a pulse frequency from about 100 Hz to about 1000 Hz to flow through a portion of the workpiece to locally
increase formability in the portion of the workpiece via an electroplasticity effect and to form a hem, wherein the second
electrode is a roller assembly; and

rubber insulation components positioned between the busbar and a die form that supports the busbar, wherein the rubber insulation
components include a rubber cylinder and two rubber busbar side walls placed within the die form to electrically isolate the
busbar from the die form and wherein the rubber cylinder urges the busbar into contact with the sheet metal workpiece.

US Pat. No. 9,145,405

OXADIAZOLE COMPOUND AND PREPARATION METHOD THEREOF, PHARMACEUTICAL COMPOSITION AND USE THEREOF

Shanghai Jiao Tong Univer...

1. An oxadiazole compound having use as anti-coxsackie as represented by formula (I) or pharmaceutically acceptable salt thereof,

wherein Y is C1-C6 alkyl, unsubstituted C3-C10 cycloalkyl, mono-substituted C3-C10 cycloalkyl, disubstituted cycloalkyl, poly-substituted C3-C10 cycloalkyl, unsubstituted aryl, mono-substituted aryl, disubstituted aryl, poly-substituted aryl, unsubstituted thienyl, unsubstituted
furyl, unsubstituted pyrrolyl, unsubstituted isoxazolyl, unsubstituted oxazolyl, unsubstituted pyridazinyl, unsubstituted
pyrazinyl, unsubstituted thiazolyl, unsubstituted isothiazolyl, unsubstituted triazolyl, unsubstituted tetrazolyl, unsubstituted
thiadiazolyl, unsubstituted oxadiazolyl, unsubstituted imidazolyl, unsubstituted pyrazolyl, unsubstituted pyridyl, unsubstituted
pyrimidinyl, monosubstituted thienyl, monosubstituted furyl, monosubstituted pyrrolyl, monosubstituted isoxazoyl, monosubstituted
oxazolyl, monosubstituted pyridazinyl, monosubstituted pyrazinyl, monosubstituted thiazolyl, monosubstituted isothiazolyl,
monosubstituted triazolyl, monosubstituted tetrazolyl, monosubstituted thiadiazolyl, monosubstituted oxadiazolyl, monosubstituted
imidazolyl, monosubstituted pyrazolyl, monosubstituted pyridyl, mono-substituted pyrimidinyl, disubstituted thienyl, disubstituted
furyl, disubstituted pyrrolyl, disubstituted isoxazoly, disubstituted oxazolyl, disubstituted pyridazinyl, disubstituted pyrazinyl,
disubstituted thiazolyl, disubstituted isothiazolyl, disubstituted triazolyl, disubstituted imidazolyl, disubstituted pyrazolyl,
disubstituted pyrimidinyl, or poly-substituted 5-6 membered heterocyclyl

wherein, R is CH3 or CF3;

R?and R? are methyl;
A is O or S; n=2-3; and,
X is O, S or NH.

US Pat. No. 9,187,491

GAMBOGENIC ACID DERIVATIVES, PREPARATION METHOD AND APPLICATION THEREOF

1. A gambogenic acid derivative of Formula (I) or Formula (II) as follows:
wherein:
A is —CO— or —HC(OH)—;
R2 is selected from any one of the groups as follows: hydrogen, straight chain or branched chain C1 to C10 alkyl group, C3 to C8 cycloalkyl group, aromatic group or aromatic group substituted by C1 to C10 alkyl, heteroaryl group, and acyl group substituted by C1 to C10 alkyl or acyl group substituted by aromatic group;

R3 is selected from any one of the groups as follows: hydrogen, acyl group substituted by C1 to C10 alkyl or aryl group substituted by aromatic group;

R is selected from any one of the groups as follows: hydrogen, straight chain or branched chain C1 to C10 alkyl group, C3 to C8 cycloalkyl group, straight chain or branched chain C2 to C10 alkenyl group or C3 to C8 cycloalkenyl group, phenyl group or phenyl group substituted by C1 to C10 alkyl group, C2 to C6 alkynyl group, nucleophiles containing secondary amine group including straight chain or branched chain alkyl amino group,
straight chain or branched chain alkenyl amino group; aromatic or aromatic alkylamino group, the amine obtained by addition
of chain alkynyl amine group and ?, ?-unsaturated ketones;

R1 is selected from:


wherein R4 is selected from the group consisting of any one of the following: hydrogen, straight chain or branched chain C1 to C10 alkyl group, or alkyl group containing optionally 1 to 3 substituted groups including oxygen group, halogen, C1 to C10 alkoxy group, acyloxy group, C1 to C10 alkoxycarbonyl group, aryloxy group; C3-C8 cycloalkyl group, C1 to C10 alkyl group substituted by 1, 2 or 3 heteroatoms; alkylaryl group including C1 to C10 alkyl group substituted by aromatic group and C1 to C10 alkyl group optionally substituted by 1 to 3 substituted aromatic groups including acyl group, —OCH2O—, halogen, haloalkyl group, aryl group, C3 to C8 cycloalkyl group, C1 to C10 alkyl group, hydroxyl group, acyloxy group, C1 to C10 alkoxy group; heteroarylalkyl group including C1 to C10 alkoxy group substituted by heteroaryl group, and C1 to C10 alkyl group optionally substituted by any heteroaryl group including heteroaryl group, C1 to C10 alkyl group, aralkyl group, C3 to C8 cycloalkyl group, C1 to C10 alkoxycarbonyl group, carbamoyl group, aromatic group and C1 to C6 amide group; straight chain or branched chain C2 to C10 alkenyl group or alkenyl group including optionally 1 to 3 substituted groups including oxygen group, halogen, aromatic ring
group, aralkyl group, C1 to C10 alkoxy group, acyloxy group, amide group, C1 to C6 amine acyl group, C1 to C10 alkoxy group and C1 to C10 heteroalkyl group including 1, 2 or 3 heteroatoms; C4 to C10cycloalkenyl, C4 to C10 alkynyl group, or alkynyl group including optionally 1 to 3 substituted group including oxygen group, halogen, aromatic ring
group, aralkyl group, C1 to C10 alkoxy group, acyloxy group, amide group, C1 to C6 acyl group, C1 to C10 alkoxy group, aryloxy group and C1 to C10 heteroalkyl group including optionally 1, 2 or 3 heteroatoms;

R5 and R6 are independently selected from any one of the groups as follows: hydrogen; straight chain or branched C1 to C10 alkyl group or C1 to C10 alkyl group containing optionally 1 to 3 substituted groups including oxygen group, halogen, C1 to C10 alkoxy group, acyloxy group, C1 to C10 alkoxyacyl group, aryloxy group; C3 to C8 cycloalkyl group; C1 to C10 alkyl group substituted by 1, 2 or 3 heteroatoms; alkylaryl group including C1 to C10 alkyl group substituted by aromatic group and C1 to C10 alkyl group substituted by optionally 1 to 3 substituted aromatic groups including acyl group, —OCH2O —, halogen, haloalkyl group, hydroxyl group, aryl group, C3 to C8 cycloalkyl group, C1 to C10 alkyl group, acyloxy group, C1 to C10 alkoxy group; heteroarylalkyl group includes C1 to C10 alkoxy group substituted by heteroaryl group, and C1 to C10 alkyl group optionally substituted by any heteroaryl group including heteroaryl group, C1 to C10 alkyl group, aralkyl group, C3 to C8 cycloalkyl group, C1 to C10 alkoxycarbonyl group, carbamoyl group, aromatic group and C1 to C6 amide group; straight chain or branched C2 to C10 alkenyl group or alkenyl group containing optionally 1 to 3 substituted groups including oxygen group, halogen, aromatic ring
group, aralkyl group, C1 to C10 alkoxy group, acyloxy group, amide group, C1 to C6 amine acyl group, C1 to C10 alkoxy group, aryloxy group, and C1 to C10 heteroalkyl group containing 1, 2 or 3 heteroatoms; C4 to C10 cycloalkenyl, C4 to C10 alkynyl group, or alkynyl group containing optionally 1 to 3 substituted groups including oxygen group, halogen, aromatic
ring group, aralkyl group, C1 to C10 alkoxy group, acyloxy group, amide group, C1 to C6 acyl group, C1 to C10 alkoxy group, aryloxy group and C1 to C10 heteroalkyl group including 1, 2 or 3 heteroatoms;

s and t are positive integers, and the sum of s and t is a natural number of 2 to 10;
m is 0, 1, 2 or 3, and represents the number of the substituted group on R7 of the ring;

n is 0, 1, 2 or 3, and represents the number of B on the ring; B is carbon, nitrogen or oxygen;
B is carbon, the groups of R7, R8 are identical with the group of R5, or carbonyl group, imino group, oxime group, aliphatic group; or when B is tertiary nitrogen, R8 is oxygen, and so as to form nitrogen oxides with B; and,

R4, R3, R2, R1 are not simultaneously hydrogen on the Formula (I).

US Pat. No. 9,057,409

DRY DUAL CLUTCH TRANSMISSION ACTUATION SYSTEM USING ELECTRICAL MOTOR WITH FORCE AIDED LEVER

GM Global Technology Oper...

1. A transmission for a vehicle, the transmission comprising:
a housing;
a dry clutch supported by the housing;
a clutch piston supported by the housing and moveable in an axial direction between an engaged position for engaging the dry
clutch and a disengaged position for disengaging the dry clutch; and

an actuation system coupled to the clutch piston and operable to move the clutch piston from the disengaged position into
the engaged position, the actuation system including:

an actuator moveable between an actuated position and an un-actuated position;
a lever having a first end and a second end, wherein the first end of the lever is attached to the actuator, wherein the lever
is attached to the housing at a lever connection location disposed between the first end and the second end of the lever,
and wherein the lever includes a contact portion disposed between the lever connection location and the first end for engaging
the clutch piston;

wherein movement of the actuator from the un-actuated position into the actuated position rotates the lever about the lever
connection location to bias the contact portion of the lever against the clutch piston and move the clutch piston from the
disengaged position into the engaged position; and

a spring assembly pivotably connected to the housing at a spring connection location, and pivotably connected to the lever
at the second end of the lever, wherein the spring assembly is pre-loaded with a spring force directed outward away from the
spring connection location;

wherein the spring assembly is positioned relative to the lever such that the spring force is directed along a zero moment
path extending between and intersecting the spring connection location and the lever connection location to generate a zero
moment in the lever when the actuator is disposed in the un-actuated position; and

wherein the spring assembly is positioned relative to the lever such that the spring force is directed along a moment generating
path that does not intersect the lever connection location to generate a moment in the lever to rotate the lever about the
lever connection location and bias the contact portion of the lever against the clutch piston to move the clutch piston from
the disengaged position into the engaged position, when the actuator is disposed in the actuated position.

US Pat. No. 9,286,127

METHOD FOR ALLOCATING PROCESSOR RESOURCES PRECISELY BY MEANS OF PREDICTIVE SCHEDULING BASED ON CURRENT CREDITS

Shanghai Jiao Tong Univer...

1. A method for allocating processor resources precisely by means of predictive scheduling based on current credits, wherein
a Credit scheduler sets up a run queue for each of physical central processing units (CPUs), each of the run queues comprises
virtual central processing units (VCPUs) with UNDER priority located at a head of the run queue, VCPUs with OVER priority,
VCPUs with IDLE priority located at an end of the run queue, characterized in that, each of the run queues further comprises
a wait queue for saving all VCPUs with overdrawn credits;
the method comprising the following steps:
step 1, whenever the Credit scheduler is triggered, the Credit scheduler determines credit values of one or more currently
running VCPUs, for each of the credit values of the VCPUs, if it has turned to negative or zero, the Credit scheduler adds
the VCPU corresponding to the credit value to corresponding wait queue and if the credit value of the VCPU is positive, the
Credit scheduler adds the VCPU to an end of corresponding priority queue in corresponding run queue according to the priority
of the VCPU corresponding to the credit value,

step 2, the Credit scheduler selects the VCPU with the highest priority in corresponding run queue to schedule in sequence
for each of idle physical CPUs, and predicts the times when the credit values will be used up according to the credit value
of each of scheduled VCPUs;

step 3, the Credit scheduler sets a timer which is triggered at each of the time predicted in step 2 to notify the Credit
scheduler that the credit of corresponding currently running VCPU has used up; and

step 4, in every period, the Credit scheduler reallocates the credits for each active VCPUs, if the Credit scheduler finds
out that one VCPU is in the wait queue, and that the credit of the VCPU, because of the credit value reallocated, has turned
from negative to positive, the Credit scheduler removes the VCPU from the wait queue and adds the VCPU to the head of the
run queue.

US Pat. No. 9,366,939

METHOD FOR GENERATING ULTRASHORT FEMTOSECOND PULSES IN OPTICAL PARAMETRIC OSCILLATOR PUMPED BY LONG PULSES

Shanghai Jiao Tong Univer...

1. A method for generating ultrashort femtosecond pulses, comprising:
selecting a desired signal wavelength,
setting self phase modulation elements in a cavity of an optical parametric oscillator to cause a third-order nonlinearity
effect in the cavity of the optical parametric oscillator,

setting a net second-order dispersion in the cavity of the optical parametric oscillator and inserting a dispersive management
element into the cavity of the optical parametric oscillator to guarantee that a sign of the intra-cavity net second-order
dispersion is the same as a sign of the third-order nonlinearity, wherein the intra-cavity net dispersion is jointly provided
by a nonlinear crystal and the dispersive management element,

setting a dispersion compensation device outside the cavity of the optical parametric oscillator to provide a dispersion with
a sign being opposite to the sign of the intra-cavity net dispersion, determining the amount of the dispersion by an amount
of signal chirp, dechirping signal pulses, and compressing the signal pulses to a femtosecond regime after dechirping, and

linearly chirping output idler pulses with a sign being opposite to the sign of the signal pulses, compensating for the second-order
dispersion outside the cavity of the optical parametric oscillator, and compressing the idler pulses to the femtosecond regime.

US Pat. No. 9,567,689

METHOD OF GROWING NANOSTRUCTURED SINGLE CRYSTAL SILVER ON ACTIVE CARBON

SHANGHAI JIAO TONG UNIVER...

1. A method for preparing nanostructured single crystal silver comprising following steps:
(1) reduction treatment of monolithic activated carbon:
dipping the monolithic activated carbon into a 5-20 wt % of ammonia solution or absolute ethanol, and after 10 minutes to
2 hours, taking the monolithic activated carbon out and oven-drying it at 60-120° C., to obtain pre-treated active carbon;

(2) nanostructured single crystal silver growing on the monolithic activated carbon:
preparing a silver-ammonia solution and dipping the pre-treated active carbon into said silver-ammonia solution, after a period
of time at room temperature, nanostructured single crystal silver with different morphologies grow on a surface of the pre-treated
active carbon to get nanostructured single crystal silver.

US Pat. No. 9,574,946

SPATIOTEMPORALLY RESOLVED FAR-FIELD PULSE CONTRAST MEASURING METHOD AND DEVICE

SHANGHAI JIAO TONG UNIVER...

1. A spatiotemporally resolved far-field pulse contrast measuring method, comprising steps of:
(1) focusing an under-test beam in x dimension to make a focus of the under-test beam fall onto a front surface of a nonlinear
correlation crystal;

(2) making a spatial correlation and a temporal correlation respectively in two transverse spatial dimensions (x y) of the
nonlinear correlation crystal by the far-field under-test beam and a sampling beam, so as to generate a two-dimensional correlating
signal;

(3) imaging the two-dimensional correlating signal onto a detection surface of a receiver system; and
(4) detecting the two-dimensional correlating signal by the receiver system in a high sensitivity, and obtaining a spatiotemporal
distribution of an under-test pulse contrast; wherein:

the x dimension is a spatial dimension where noise has a spatiotemporal-coupling characterization; the x dimension is one
of the two spatial dimensions when the noise has the spatiotemporal-coupling characterization in two spatial dimensions; and
the under-test beam is focused in the y dimension to measure the far-field spatial distribution of noise in the y dimension.

US Pat. No. 9,163,107

CATIONIC POLYMERS FORMED FROM AMINO GROUP-BEARING MONOMERS AND HETEROCYCLIC LINKERS

SHANGHAI JIAO TONG UNIVER...

1. A cationic polymer formed of amino group-bearing monomers and heterogeneous aromatic bis- or di-aldehyde linkers, bound
through conjugated imine linkages, wherein,
a) the amino group-bearing molecules possess three or more amino groups, wherein at least two of the amino groups are primary
amines to ensure the formation of a cationic polyimine;

b) the heterogeneous aromatic bis- or di-aldehydes have a pKa below 7; and
c) an aromatic ring of the heterogeneous aromatic bis- or di-aldehyde linkers is incorporated within the structure of the
conjugated imine linkages.

US Pat. No. 9,136,528

MAGNESIUM SECONDARY BATTERY, USE OF ELECTROLYTIC SOLUTION IN MAGNESIUM SECONDARY BATTERY AND ELECTROLYTIC SOLUTION FOR MAGNETIC SECONDARY BATTERY

TOYOTA JIDOSHA KABUSHIKI ...

1. A magnesium secondary battery comprising a positive electrode, a negative electrode, a separator membrane and an electrolytic
solution,
wherein the electrolytic solution includes nitrogen-containing heterocyclic magnesium halide and an organic ether solvent,
and

the nitrogen-containing heterocyclic magnesium halide is at least one selected from the group consisting of a pyrrolidinyl
compound, a pyrrolyl compound, a pyrazolyl compound, an imidazolyl compound, a carbazolyl compound, an indolyl compound, a
purine compound, an imidazolinyl compound, a benzimidazolyl compound, a phenothiazinyl compound, a tetrahydroquinolinyl compound,
an imidazopyridine compound, a thienylpyridine compound, and a triazacyclononane compound.

US Pat. No. 9,407,339

MONOTONIC OPTIMIZATION METHOD FOR ACHIEVING THE MAXIMUM WEIGHTED SUM-RATE IN MULTICELL DOWNLINK MISO SYSTEMS

SHANGHAI JIAO TONG UNIVER...

1. A monotonic optimization method for achieving a maximum weighted sum-rate in a multicell downlink MISO system, wherein
the multicell downlink MISO system comprises: cell/base stations, cells, antennas and base stations; the method utilizes a
sensible search scheme, a sequential partition method and a vertex relocation method, specifically comprising steps of:
Step 1: setting system parameters by the base stations, wherein the system parameters comprises: a cell/base station number
M, a user station number in an m-th cell Km detected by the base stations, an antenna number of an m-th base station Tm, a maximum transmission power of the m-th base station Pm , wherein m=1, . . . ,M, a 1 by Tn channel vector from a n-th base station to an mk -th user station hmk,n, wherein m,n=1, . . . ,M, k=1, . . . ,Km, a variance of a zero-mean complex Gaussian additive noise at the mk -th user station ?mk2, a weight of the mk -th user station ?mk, wherein m=1, . . . ,M, k=1, . . . ,Km;

Step 2: defining Rmk as a rate of the mk -th user station in the base stations,


wherein Wmk is the Tm by 1 beamformer for the mk -th user station, wherein m=1, . . . ,M,k=1, . . . ,Km;

formulating an achievable rate vector

 as well as a weighted sum-rate function

 wherein ?+K indicates that r is a positive real vector of a length K with K =?m=1M Km;

Step 3: defining boxes [a,b]={x?+K |a?x?b} in the base stations; initializing a box set as N={[0,b0]}; assuming K0 =0, a (?i=0m?1 Ki+k) -th element (associated with the m k -th user station) of b0 is log2 (1+Pm?hmk,mH?2/?mk2), wherein m=1, . . . ,M,k=1, . . . ,Km; setting a termination accuracy ? and a line search accuracy ?;

Step 4: initializing an upper bound fmax and a lower bound fmin of the weighted sum-rate by the base stations, wherein

fmax=f(b0), fmin=max(?·b0)

wherein ? is a weight vector comprising weights for all user stations,

Step 5: choosing one of the boxes [a,b] from N that satisfies f(b)=fmax by the base stations, and then checking feasibility of a : whether a locates in an achievable rate region or not; wherein
the feasibility is determined via a problem ?(a);

Step 6: if the problem ?(a) is feasible, conducting the sensible search scheme for the one of the boxes [a,b] to obtain a
partition point r ;

wherein if the problem ?(a) is infeasible, updating the box set as N=N\[a,b] and calculating the upper bound fmax=max[a,b]?Nf(b), then going back to the Step 5;

Step 7: based on the partition point r, dividing the the one of the boxes [a,b] into K new boxes [a(i),b(i)], i=1, . . . ,K using the sequential partition method; then updating the box set as


Step 8; calculating f(b) for each of the boxes [a,b];
wherein if f(b)>fmin, an associated vertex a is relocated as


wherein ãi is an i-th element of a relocated vertex;

if f(b)?fmin,the boxes [a,b] is removed from the box set N, i.e. N=N\[a,b];

Step 9: resetting the upper bound fmax as fmax=max[a,b]?Nf(b) by the base stations;

Step 10: checking a relative error of the upper and lower bounds by the base stations;
wherein if (fmax?fmin)/fmin>?, going back to the Step 5, otherwise, returning fmin, fmax and rmin; and

Step 11: downlink-communicating with the user stations by the base stations at the defined rates within the upper bound fmax and the lower bound fmin obtained in the Step 10.

US Pat. No. 9,533,054

AMPHIPHILIC DRUG-DRUG CONJUGATES FOR CANCER THERAPY, COMPOSITIONS AND METHODS OF PREPARATION AND USES THEREOF

Shanghai Jiao Tong Univer...

1. An amphiphilic compound having the structural formula:

US Pat. No. 10,017,489

METHOD FOR PREPARING BENZOPYRAN COMPOUND AND APPLICATION THEREOF IN TREATING PULMONARY FIBROSIS

SHANGHAI JIAO TONG UNIVER...

1. A preparation method of medicines for treating pulmonary fibrosis, comprising steps of:A) inoculating and culturing Streptomyces xiamenensis strain DSM 41903 in a liquid medium, then extracting and concentrating a broth for a crude extract; wherein extraction of the broth is as follows: the broth is centrifuged to separate a supernatant and a residue; then the supernatant is extracted with ethyl acetate and the residue with a solvent mixture; finally, the two extractions from all above are combined; and a solvent mixture described above is a mixture of ethyl acetate/methanol/acetic acid 80:15:5, v:v:v;
B) subjecting the crude extract to a column chromatography on silica gel, eluting by CHCl3:MeOH, 100:1, with a rate of 15 second/drop and 200 ml per elution fraction;
C) subjecting the fraction eluted by CHCl3:MeOH 15:1, v:v from the step B to a column chromatography on Sephadex LH-20 with a rate of 70-90 second/drop and purifying to obtain a benzopyran compound; wherein the fraction is collected and guided by HPLC fingerprints to find peaks containing a target UV profile ?max 206, 260 nm, then a combination is purified to obtain the benzopyran compound; wherein purification is as follows, the eluted fraction is collected and purified by an HPLC with a mobile phase of acetonitrile/water and by a rate of 45:55 acetonitrile/water, v:v to 55:45 acetonitrile/water, v:v within 35 minutes; and
D) applying a therapeutically effective amount of the benzopyran compound to the medicines;
wherein the benzopyran compound is shown in a formula (II):

US Pat. No. 9,203,207

METHOD FOR FILTERING NOISES IN OPTICAL PARAMETRIC CHIRPED-PULSE AMPLIFIER AND DEVICE THEREFOR

SHANGHAI JIAO TONG UNIVER...

1. A method for filtering noises in an optical parametric chirped-pulse amplifier comprising steps of:
1) generating a seed beam dressed with spatial chirp, which is realized by using a single-pair grating stretcher configuration,
which has functions of producing a (stretched) chirped pulse that has simultaneous temporal and spatial chirp; instead of
eliminating the spatial chirp, the spatial chirp is deliberately left to form a spatial-chirp-dressed seed beam, thus the
seed beam does not need to be reflected back after a first leg of passing through the single-pair gratings;

2) conducting optical parametric amplification, which is realized by using a nonlinear optical crystal or multiple nonlinear
optical crystals in series; the spatial-chirp dressed seed beam generated in the step 1) is injected into the nonlinear optical
crystal for parametric amplification;

3) removing temporal and spatial chirp in amplified signal, which is realized by a compressor comprising a pair of parallelly-placed
gratings; the compressor operates on the same principle with the stretcher in the step 1), for providing spatial and temporal
dispersions that closely matches dispersions produced by the stretcher, but opposite in sign; after the amplified signal pulse
output from the step 2) passes through the pair of gratings, the temporal and spatial chirp are removed completely, and the
amplified signal is compressed close to its original pulse duration, in such a manner that an ultra-short laser pulse with
very high peak-power is output; and

4) filtering noises in spatial domain, which is realized by using a one-dimensional slit or aperture at an output of the step
3); the slit or aperture has its center aligning with the output beam of the step 3) and its width equal to the beam width
in the transverse dimension where the spatial chirp exists.

US Pat. No. 9,077,142

AIR-COOLED LASER DEVICE

SHANGHAI JIAO TONG UNIVER...

1. An air-cooled laser device comprising:
a laser active slab having a cuboid shape defined in x-axes, y-axes, and z-axes directions;
a first silicon carbide clad, bonded to a first surface of the laser active slab;
a second silicon carbide clad, bonded to a second surface of the laser active slab opposing the first surface and along the
x-axes direction of the cuboid shape, the laser active slab further including side surfaces along the y-axes direction of
the cuboid shape between the first surface and the second surface,

wherein the first silicon carbide clad and the second silicon carbide clad are symmetrically configured and centered by the
laser active slab,

wherein each of the first and the second silicon carbide clads has a surface area greater than a surface area of the first
or the second surface of the laser active slab to form an air channel surrounding the side surfaces of the laser active slab
and between the first and the second silicon carbide clads, and

wherein the laser active slab has a thickness to determine a thickness of the air channel for the air channel to form an air
duct;

a first laser diode array and a first cylindrical lens, configured such that the first laser diode array emits first input
pump laser beams to be collimated by the first cylindrical lens to provide parallel pump laser beams and quasi-parallel pump
laser beams, wherein the parallel pump laser beams and the quasi-parallel pump laser beams are guided by the air duct to enter
into the laser active slab along the y-axes direction of the cuboid shape and from at least a first side surface of the laser
active slab;

a reflecting mirror completely reflecting lights at a laser wavelength; and
an output coupling mirror, wherein the reflecting mirror and the output coupling mirror are configured at opposing sides of
the laser active slab along the z-axes direction of the cuboid shape to form a resonant cavity.

US Pat. No. 10,063,315

METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR HIGH-PRECISION TWO-WAY FIBER-OPTIC TIME TRANSFER

SHANGHAI JIAO TONG UNIVER...

1. A method for high-precision two-way fiber-optic time transfer, comprising(1) pre-adjusting, comprising the steps of
a first fiber-optic time synchronization unit, at detecting a local timing signal at the first fiber-optic time synchronization unit, sends a first time code including the local timing signal at the first fiber-optic time synchronization unit to a second fiber-optic time synchronization unit via an optical fiber link;
the second fiber-optic time synchronization unit, at detecting the local timing signal at the first fiber-optic time synchronization unit that is decoded from the first time code, measures time difference ??12 between a local timing signal at the second fiber-optic time synchronization unit and the local timing signal at the first fiber-optic time synchronization unit as it is decoded from the first time code, and while the local timing signal at the second fiber-optic time synchronization unit is valid, codes the local timing signal at the second fiber-optic time synchronization unit and the time difference ??12 into a second time code and sends to the first fiber-optic time synchronization unit via the optical fiber link;
the first fiber-optic time synchronization unit decoding the local timing signal at the second fiber-optic time synchronization unit and the time difference ??12 from the second time code, measures time difference ??21 between the local timing signal at the first fiber-optic time synchronization unit and the local timing signal as decoded from the second time code;
the first fiber-optic time synchronization unit deciding on the time synchronization unit required to adjust its local timing signal and calculating corresponding adjustment amount to meet requirement of two-way time division multiplexing as follows:
adjusting the first fiber-optic time synchronization unit with an adjustment amount (?B+?M)?(????21), when ??21?B+?M
adjusting the second fiber-optic time synchronization unit with an adjustment amount (?B+?M)?(????21), when ??21?? and ????12 adjusting the first fiber-optic time synchronization unit with an adjustment amount (?B+?M)+??21, when ??21?? and ??12(?B+?M)?(??21??);
adjusting the second fiber-optic time synchronization unit with an adjustment amount (?B+?M)+??12 when ??21?? and ??12(?B+?M)???12; and
deciding no adjustment requirement otherwise;
wherein ? is a length between two consecutive local timing signal (wherein ? is equal to 1 second if the timing signal is 1 pulse-per-second (PPS); ?B is a time length ( when it is required to adjust the local timing signal of the second fiber-optic time synchronization unit, the first fiber-optic time synchronization unit codes an adjustment amount ???ad2 into a time code and sends to the second fiber-optic time synchronization unit via the optical fiber link; the second fiber-optic time synchronization unit delays its local timing signal by the received adjustment amount ???ad2 and records the adjustment amount;
when it is required to adjust the local timing signal of the first fiber-optic time synchronization unit, the first fiber-optic time synchronization unit adjusts delay of its local timing signal in accordance with an adjustment amount ???ad1, and records the adjustment amount;
(2) conducting time division multiplexing based two-way time transfer over the optical fiber link by the first and second optical fiber time synchronization units, comprising following steps:
the first fiber-optic time synchronization unit measuring the time difference ?21 between the local timing signal and the timing signal decoded from the second time code received from the second fiber-optic time synchronization unit, and the second fiber-optic time synchronization unit measuring the time difference ?12 of the local timing signal and the timing signal decoded from the first time code received from the first fiber-optic time synchronization unit;
the first fiber-optic time synchronization unit, while its local timing signal is valid, switching on optical signal transmission, and sending via the optical fiber link to the second fiber-optic time synchronization unit a time code, said time code carrying the local timing signal of the first fiber-optic time synchronization unit, the time information, the measured time difference ?21, and the adjustment amount ???ad1 of the local timing signal of the first fiber-optic time synchronization unit, and switching off signal transmission via the optical fiber link in other time durations;
the second fiber-optic time synchronization unit, while its local timing signal is valid, switching on optical signal transmission, and sending via the optical fiber link to the first fiber-optic time synchronization unit an other time code, said other time code carrying the local timing signal of the second fiber-optic time synchronization unit, a time info, the measured difference ?21, and the adjustment amount ???ad2 of the local timing signal of the second fiber-optic time synchronization unit, and switching off signal transmission via the optic fiber link at other time durations;
the first fiber-optic time synchronization unit and the second fiber-optic time synchronization unit respectively deciding the fiber-optic time synchronization unit required to adjust its timing signal and calculating a corresponding adjustment amount;
at deciding by the first fiber-optic time synchronization unit on a requirement of the first optical fiber time synchronization unit to adjust its local timing signal, the first optical fiber time synchronization unit adjusting delay of its local timing signal in accordance with the adjustment amount ??ad1, and updating the adjustment amount ???ad1 to (???ad1+??ad1), and coding the updated adjustment amount ???ad1 to a time code and sending the time code coded to the second fiber-optic time synchronization unit;
at deciding by the second optical fiber time synchronization unit on a requirement of the second optical fiber time synchronization unit to adjust its local timing signal, the second optical fiber time synchronization unit adjusting delay of its local timing signal in accordance with the adjustment amount ??ad2, and updating the adjustment amount ???ad2 to (???ad2+??ad2), and coding the updated adjustment amount ???ad2 to a time code and sending the time code to the first optical fiber time synchronization unit;
the first fiber-optic time synchronization unit decoding the timing signal, ?12, and ???ad2 from the time code received from the second fiber-optic time synchronization unit, measuring the difference ?21 between its local timing signal and the timing signal decoded from the time code received from the second fiber-optic time synchronization unit, and calculating a clock difference between the first fiber-optic time synchronization unit and the second fiber-optic time synchronization unit as: ??=½(?21??12)?(???ad1+???ad2);
the second fiber-optic time synchronization unit decoding the timing signal, ?21, and ???ad1 from the time code received from the first fiber-optic time synchronization unit, measuring the difference ?12 of the local timing signal with the timing signal decoded from the time code received from the first fiber-optic time synchronization unit, and calculating a clock difference between the first fiber-optic time synchronization unit and the second fiber-optic time synchronization unit as: ??=½(?21??12)?(???ad1+???ad2).

US Pat. No. 9,689,772

OPTICAL PULSE COMPRESSION REFLECTOMETER

Shanghai Jiao Tong Univer...

1. An optical pulse compression reflectometer, comprising
a single wavelength continuous optical source,
an optical splitter,
a modulation frequency pulse generator,
an optical directional coupler,
an optical fiber under test,
an optical coupler,
a balanced photoelectric detector photodetector, and
a pulse compression processor;
wherein an output port of said single wavelength continuous optical source is connected with an input port of said optical
splitter,

a first output port of the optical splitter is connected with a first port of the optical directional coupler en route of
the modulation frequency pulse generator,

a second port of the optical directional coupler is connected with said optical fiber under test,
a third port of the optical directional coupler is connected with a first input port of the optical coupler, and a second
output port of the optical splitter is connected with a second input port of the optical coupler; and

two branches of output of the optical coupler are received in said balanced photodetector, and an output port of the balanced
photodetector is connected with said pulse compression processor.

US Pat. No. 9,692,084

ELECTROLYTE FOR MAGNESIUM CELL AND MAGNESIUM CELL CONTAINING THE ELECTROLYTE

TOYOTA JIDOSHA KABUSHIKI ...

1. An electrolytic solution for a magnesium cell, containing:
a solute, which is phenoxyl-Mg—Al-halogen complex; and
an ether solvent.

US Pat. No. 9,537,576

ENCODING AND DECODING METHODS FOR HIGH-PRECISION TIME TRANSFER AND ENCODING AND DECODING DEVICES THEREFOR

Shanghai Jiao Tong Univer...

1. A method for encoding a modified IRIG-B time code for high-precision time transfer, comprising
generating modified IRIG-B time code frames in an encoding device, each of the frames comprising N number of code elements,
N denoting an integer larger than 100, at a code element rate of N bits per second, having fields of a standard TRIG-B time
code, a time interval field, a user-defined or padded field, and an ending code element;

defining, by the encoding device, three code element values for the frames, wherein the three code element values have pulse
width encoding and include a ‘0’ code element at duration of 20% of an index count, a ‘1’ code element at duration of 50%
of the index count, and a ‘P’ code element at duration of 80% of the index count;

preserving definitions of the first 99 code elements and the last code element in the standard IRIG-B time pulse width encoding
rule in each of the frames, and then compressing width of the code elements of the standard IRIG-B by the encoding device;

adding message fields between the 100th code element and (N?1)th code element by the encoding device, the added message fields
including:

the time interval field which starts at the 100th code element of each of the frames for carrying a time interval between a local time signal and a received time signal, the
first code element of the time interval is the 100th code element of each of the frames and denotes an advance or a delay, with remaining code elements of the time interval denotes
a time interval measure value in unit of picoseconds;

the user-defined or padded field which is subsequent to the time interval field for carrying user-defined time, control messages,
or both, with the code element values ‘1’, ‘0’, or both, filling up a bit of an un-used code element; and

the ending code element is the last code element of each of the frames and is fixed as a ‘P’ code element; and
transmitting the modified IRIG-B time code frames from the encoding device via space channels, electric cables, or optical
fiber.

US Pat. No. 10,364,247

PREPARATION AND USE OF NOVEL PROTEIN KINASE INHIBITORS

Ruijin Hospital Affiliate...

1. A compound of formula IA:
or a pharmaceutically acceptable salt thereof, wherein:
R1 is selected from —N(R)2; and
each R is independently selected from hydrogen; methyl; or a group selected from:

US Pat. No. 9,490,928

ARRAYED WAVEGUIDE GRATING BASED MODULAR INTERCONNECTION NETWORKS AND METHODS FOR CONSTRUCTING AND APPLYING THE SAME

Shanghai Jiao Tong Univer...

1. A method for constructing an interconnection network, comprising:
providing N1 N2×1 wavelength multiplexers, labeled by L0, L1, . . . , LN_?1, for N1 left nodes, an ith N2×1 wavelength multiplexer having its jth input port connected with a jth port of an ith left node, and a jth port of the ith
left node is associated with a wavelength

wherein i=0, 1, . . . , N1?1, j=0, 1, . . . , N2?1;
providing N2 1×N1 wavelength demultiplexers labeled by R0, R1, . . . , RN2?1, for N2 right nodes, a jth 1×N1 wavelength demultiplexer having its ith output port connected separately with an ith port of a jth right node, and an ith
port of a jth right node is associated with wavelength


interconnecting the N1 wavelength multiplexers on the left with the N2 wavelength demultiplexers on the right via the N1×N2 AWG, the N1×N2 AWG having the N1 input ports and the N2 output ports, and being associated with the wavelength set ?={?0, ?1, . . . , ?N1?1};

decomposing the N1×N2 AWG to a three-stage AWG network SA(n1, r1, mA, n2, r2),

wherein the AWG network SA comprises N1=r1n1 input ports on an input side, with each input port being a 1×n2 wavelength demultiplexer, and N2=r2n2 output ports on an output side, with each output port being an n1×1 wavelength multiplexer, mA r1×r2AWGs in the central stage, wherein r1=r2=r, n1=N1/r, n2=N2/r, and mA=n1n2;

an ith input port is labeled by DA1(?A, aA), wherein ?A=?i/n1? and aA=[i]n2, and a jth output port is labeled by MA1(?A, bA), wherein ?A=?j/n2? and bA=[j]n2, and each of the AWGs in the central stage is labeled by GA1(?A, bA); the ?Ath input port of GA1(?A, bA) is connected with the bAth output port of DA1(?A, aA), the ?Ath output port of GA1(?A, bA) is connected with the ?Ath input port of MA1(?A, bA), and GA1(?A, bA) is associated with a wavelength subset


replacing the ith N2×1 wavelength multiplexer Li and the 1×n2 wavelength demultiplexer DA1(?A, aA) with n2 r×1 wavelength multiplexers, each of the r×1 wavelength multiplexers is labeled by DA2(?A, aA, bA);

replacing the jth 1×N1 wavelength demultiplexer Rj and the n1×1 wavelength multiplexer MA1(?A, bA) with n1 r×1 wavelength demultiplexers, each of the r×1 wavelength demultiplexers being labeled by MA2(?A, bA, ?A); and

associating each r1×r2 AWG, labeled by GA2(?A, bA), with a wavelength subset {?k|k=0, 1, . . . , r?1};

wherein the output port of DA2(?A, aA, bA) is connected with the ?Ath input port of GA2(?A,bA), and the input port of MA2(?A, bA, ?A) is connected with the ?Ath output port of GA2(?A, bA).

US Pat. No. 9,991,667

METHOD FOR GENERATING FEMTOSECOND VORTEX BEAMS WITH HIGH SPATIAL INTENSITY CONTRAST

Shanghai Jiao Tong Univer...

1. A method for generating femtosecond vortex beams with high spatial intensity contrast, comprising:building a noncollinearly-pumped laser, said noncollinearly pumped laser comprising a pump source for emitting a pump beam, a gain medium, three concave mirrors, a saturable absorption mirror (SAM), and an output coupler,
aligning the laser cavity to generate a laser beam from the output coupler, monitoring pattern of the output laser beam with a CCD camera, rotating the output coupler to form a noncollinear angle ? between the laser beam and the pump beam in the gain medium so that the high-order Hermite-Gaussian beam is generated from the output coupler; the noncollinear angle ? determines an order of HG0n beam having a lowest threshold pump power and being selected to oscillate, and n is 0 or an integer,
optimizing position of the SAM to obtain stable mode-locking, and generating a high-order femtosecond Hermite-Gaussian beam from the output coupler,
building a cylindrical lens mode converter to convert the high-order femtosecond Hermite-Gaussian beam into a femtosecond Laguerre-Gaussian vortex beam, and
aligning the cylindrical lens mode converter until a pattern of femtosecond LG0n beam is obtained on the CCD screen;
wherein relationship of the threshold pump power for HG0,n beam oscillation and the noncollinear angle ? between the laser beam and the pump beam in the gain medium satisfies that, for the noncollinear angle ?, the order of HG0,n beam with the lowest threshold pump power (Pth (HG0n)) is selected to oscillate in the noncollinearly-pumped laser as follows:
5. Pth (HG0n) is a threshold pump power for an HG0n beam oscillation; Hn-k-2j is a Hermite polynomial; wl is a radius of a fundamental-mode Gaussian beam; wx(z) and wy(z) are spot radii of the pump beam in vertical and horizontal directions, respectively;L is the length of the gain medium; ? is the absorption coefficient of the gain medium at the pump wavelength; ?p is the pumping efficiency; ? is the total logarithmic loss per pass; and Isat is the saturation intensity.

US Pat. No. 9,689,968

WHOLLY OPTICALLY CONTROLLED PHASED ARRAY RADAR TRANSMITTER

Shanghai Jiao Tong Univer...

1. A wholly optically controlled phased array transmitter with integrated optoelectronic oscillators and optical time delay
networks based on multi-wavelength optical sources and optical time delay networks, comprising:
a multi-wavelength optical source,
a first wavelength division multiplexer,
a first optical splitter,
a first electro-optic modulator,
a second optical splitter,
a first optical amplifier,
a first optical time delay network,
a photodetector,
an electric amplifier,
a DC-block,
a second electro-optic modulator,
a second optical amplifier,
a second optical time delay network,
an optical combiner,
a second wavelength division multiplexer,
an optical fibers,
a photodetector array,
a T/R component array,
a microwave antenna array,
a 1×2 optical switch,
a 2×2 optical switch,
a circulator,
a third wavelength division multiplexer,
a bundle of optical fibers with various precise lengths, and
a Faraday rotation mirror,
wherein the first wavelength division multiplexer, the first optical splitter, the first electro-optic modulator, the second
optical splitter, the second electro-optic modulator, the second optical amplifier, the second optical time delay network,
the optical combiner, the second wavelength division multiplexer, the optical fiber, the photodetector array, the T/R component
array, and the microwave antenna array are successively arranged along the direction of laser output of the multi-wavelength
optical source;

a second output port of the second optical splitter is connected with an RF input port of the first electro-optic modulator
via the first optical amplifier, the first optical time delay network, the photodetector, the electric amplifier, and the
DC-block in order, and form a close loop as an optoelectronic oscillator to generate a microwave signal;

a second output port of the first optical splitter is connected with a second input port of the optical combiner; and
a second input port of the second electro-optic modulator is a microwave input port.

US Pat. No. 9,697,041

METHOD FOR DYNAMIC INTERRUPT BALANCED MAPPING BASED ON CURRENT SCHEDULING STATES OF VCPUS

Shanghai Jiao Tong Univer...

1. A method for dynamic interrupt balanced mapping based on the current scheduling states of Virtual CPUs (VCPUs), comprising
following steps:
(a) whenever virtual hardware generates a virtual interrupt, a virtual I/O Advanced Programmable Interrupt Controller (APIC)
receives the virtual interrupt and transmits the virtual interrupt to the virtual local APIC of a target VCPU;

(b) an interrupt balanced allocator intercepts the virtual interrupt before the virtual interrupt is transmitted to the virtual
local APIC of the target VCPU;

(c) the interrupt balanced allocator analyzes the scheduling state information provided by a scheduler so as to obtain a list
of the VCPUs in active state;

(d) the interrupt balanced allocator reselects a target VCPU according to the list of the VCPUs in the active state;
(e) the interrupt balanced allocator transmits the virtual interrupt to the virtual local APIC of the target VCPU reselected
in step (d); and

(f) the virtual local APIC of the target VCPU injects the virtual interrupt into the target VCPU;
wherein the method for selecting the target VCPU in step (d) comprises following steps:
(d1) obtain the number of the VCPUs in the list of the VCPUs in the active state;
(d2) if the number is zero, select the target VCPU according to the scheduling state information; if the number is one, select
the VCPU in the list of the VCPUs in the active state as the target VCPU; if the number is greater than one, select the target
VCPU according to the interrupt loads of the VCPUs in the list of the VCPUs in the active state.

US Pat. No. 9,654,025

METHOD FOR DESIGNING CASCADED MULTI-LEVEL INVERTER WITH MINIMIZED LARGE-SCALE VOLTAGE DISTORTION

Shanghai Jiao Tong Univer...

1. A method of designing a cascaded multi-level inverter for minimized large-scale voltage distortion, comprising:
determining N as a number of inverter modules and DC voltage sources in a cascaded multi-level inverter based on a maximum
inverter level of the cascaded multi-level inverter H, a step series S, and an inverter level j;

applying N inverter modules and DC voltage sources in the cascaded multi-level inverter;
connecting a positive electrode of a DC bus of each of the inverter modules with a positive electrode of a corresponding DC
voltage source;

connecting a negative electrode of the DC bus of each of the inverter modules with a negative electrode of the corresponding
DC voltage source;

connecting an input control terminal for a conduction angle of the inverter module with a corresponding output control terminal
of a controller;

connecting an AC output terminal of the inverter module with an AC voltage input terminal corresponding to the controller;
and

connecting the AC voltage input terminal of the controller with the AC output terminal of the corresponding inverter module,
wherein N is determined by
computing lower boundary points Mmin(S) of a modulation coefficient m according to an equation


 under a condition of ??2S?1, wherein S is the step series and S=1, 2, . . . , H, H is the maximum inverter level of a cascaded
multi-level inverter, and j is the inverter level;

selecting a step series S0, wherein the modulation coefficient m fulfills m?(Mmin(S0),Mmin(S0+1)], when the modulation coefficient m falls into an interval (0,Mmin(H+1)], S0 satisfies


 and when m falls into an interval

 S0 is selected so that S0=H, with j being the inverter level, j=0, 1, 2, . . . , H, and ? being a parameter;

computing ? according to the formula

computing a sinusoidal value for each conductance angle ?j according to a formula


 where j=1,2, . . . ,H, and the sinusoidal value is set to be 1 if it exceeds 1;
determining the conductance angle ?j, j=1,2, . . . ,H for each of the inverter levels via an inverse trigonometric function; and

determining N according to an equation H=2N?1.

US Pat. No. 9,630,912

SHIKONIN, ALKANNIN; AND RACEMIC PARENT NUCLEUS CABONYL OXIME DERIVATIVES AND APPLICATIONS THEREOF

SHANGHAI JIAO TONG UNIVER...

1. A series of shikonin naphthazarin parent nucleus hydroxyl methylation carbonyl oxime derivatives, as shown in Formula (I)
or (II):

wherein R1 is alkane, olefin, arene, or substituting arene comprising 1 to 6 carbon atoms; and R2 is alkane, olefin, arene, or substituting arene comprising 1 to 6 carbon atoms or is H.

US Pat. No. 10,063,158

GLOBALLY OPTIMAL CLOSE-LOOP CONTROLLING METHOD FOR TRIPLE-PHASE-SHIFT MODULATED DAB CONVERTER

Shanghai Jiao Tong Univer...

1. A globally optimal close-loop controlling method for a triple-phase-shift modulated DAB converter having a DC voltage source, a primary side single phase full bridge H1 having four fully-controlled switches S1 to S4, a secondary side single phase full bridge H2 having four fully-controlled switches Q1 to Q4, a high frequency isolated transformer having a transformation ratio n:1, a high frequency inductor L, and a controller comprising a sampling unit, a PI controller, and a modulation unit, an input port of a control signal of the switches S1 to S4 and an input port of a control signal of the switches Q1 to Q4 of being respectively connected with a corresponding output port of a switching signal of the controller, the sampling unit having two signal input ports for respectively measuring an input voltage Vin and an output voltage Vout of the DAB for outputting an output x via the PI controller; an output port of an output switch of the modulation unit being connected with the input ports of the switches S1 to S4 and of the switches Q1 to Q4 of the primary side single phase full bridge and of the secondary side single phase full bridge, respectively, comprising(1) respectively measuring Vin and Vout and computing a voltage transfer ratio M of the controller according to expression (1):

wherein Vin is the input voltage of the DAB, and Vout is the output voltage of the DAB, n is the transformation ratio of the high frequency isolated transformer;
(2) computing an output x of the PI controller according to expression (2):
x=kp(Vref?Vout)+ki?(Vref?Vout)dt  (2)
wherein kp and ki are respectively proportional and integral parameters of the PI controller and pre-set as 0.1?kp?10 and 0.001?ki?1; Vref is the setting value for DAB output voltage;
(3) computing three phase shift control variables for the DAB globally optimal close-loop control:
respectively computing the control variables for a primary side full bridge internal phase shift ratio D1,opt, a secondary side full bridge internal phase shift ratio D2,opt, and a phase shift ratio D0,opt between the primary and the secondary sides from a range of the x obtained from the expression (2), and
(i) if x?1, then

wherein D1,opt is an internal phase shift ratio of the H1 for a port 1 of the DAB, D2,opt is an internal phase shift ratio of the H2 for a port 2 of the DAB, and D0,opt is a phase shift ratio between the two ports respectively of the H1 and H2, with opt standing for optimization; and
(4) constructing a sequentially inputted driving signal pulse in accordance with the primary side full bridge internal phase shift ratio D1,opt, the secondary side full bridge internal phase shift ratio D2,opt, and the phase shift ratio D0,opt between the primary and the secondary sides, for the controller to control operation of the primary side full bridge H1 and the secondary side full bridge H2 for modulation and for realization of the globally optimal close-loop control for the DAB converter as well for automatic realization of globally optimized operation of the DAB.

US Pat. No. 9,851,390

METHOD FOR LOCATING DISTRIBUTION NETWORK CIRCUIT FAULT BASED ON FULL WAVEFORM INFORMATION

SHANGHAI JIAO TONG UNIVER...

1. A method for locating a faulty section on a line in an electrical power distribution network having multiple measurement
points along each line and protected by protection devices, comprising:
measuring a three-phase current and a zero-sequence voltage on a busbar in an electrical power distribution network where
a fault has occurred at a section on a line,

determining a type, phase, and time of the fault based on the three-phase current and zero-sequence voltage being measured,
measuring the three-phase current or a zero-sequence current and a zero-sequence voltage at initial ends of each line in the
electrical power distribution network during a time period from occurrence of the fault to action by the protection device,

determining a faulty line that has the faulty section thereon based on the type of the fault and the three-phase current or
the zero-sequence current and the zero-sequence voltage at initial ends of each line being measured,

measuring a current at each of measurement points along the faulty line, and
locating the faulty section on the faulty line by the current at each of the measurement points along the faulty line,
wherein the protection device is a relay protection device or an arc suppression coil;
when the type of the fault is determined to be an inter-phase fault, the three-phase current at the initial ends of each line
during the time period from the occurrence of the fault to the action of the relay protection device are measured to determine
the faulty line, and a fault-phase current at each measurement points along the faulty line are measured to locate the faulty
section; and

when the type of the fault is determined to be a grounding fault, the zero-sequence current and the zero-sequence voltage
at the initial ends of each line during the time period from the occurrence of the fault to action of the arc suppression
coil are measured to determine the faulty lire, and zero-sequence current at each measurement points along the faulty line
are measured to locate the faulty section.

US Pat. No. 10,141,530

THIN FILM TRANSISTOR AND MANUFACTURING METHOD THEREOF, ARRAY SUBSTRATE, AND DISPLAY APPARATUS

BOE TECHNOLOGY GROUP CO.,...

1. A thin film transistor, comprising an organic semiconductor layer and a source drain electrode layer, and further comprising a metal oxide insulating layer, wherein the metal oxide insulating layer is provided between the organic semiconductor layer and the source drain electrode layer, and the metal oxide insulating layer has a work function higher than that of the source drain electrode layer, wherein the source drain electrode layer is made of copper, aluminum, zinc, or silver, and the metal oxide insulating layer is a molybdenum oxide layer, a nickel oxide layer, a tungsten oxide layer, or a vanadium pentoxide layer, and the metal oxide insulating layer excludes organic material;wherein the thin film transistor further comprises a transition metal layer provided between the source drain electrode layer and the metal oxide insulating layer, and the transition metal layer has a work function higher than that of the source drain electrode layer.
US Pat. No. 10,130,080

OBESITY ANIMAL MODEL AND METHODS FOR MAKING AND USING THEREOF

SHANGHAI JIAO TONG UNIVER...

1. A method for establishing a non-human obesity animal model that develops obesity, the method comprising,inoculating a non-human germ-free animal with Enterobacter cloacea 29, and
feeding the inoculated animal with a diet having at least 34.9% of fat content for a period of time to provide the non-human obesity animal model.

US Pat. No. 9,854,337

METHOD FOR CONSTRUCTING AN AWG BASED N×N NON-BLOCKING OPTICAL MULTICAST SWITCHING NETWORK

Shanghai Jiao Tong Univer...

1. A method for constructing an Arrayed Waveguide Grating (AWG) based N×N non-blocking optical multicast switching network,
comprising
(1) constructing an AWG based N×N copy network A(r,m) having r input ports and r output ports, each of the input ports and output ports carrying m wavelengths,

arranging an m×m wavelength replication module (WR-module) on each port so as to have r m×m WR-modules on both an input stage
and an output stage, with each consecutive m m×m WR-modules on either the input stage or the output stage being connected
with an m×m AWG, resulting in r? m×m AWGs on both an input side and an output side, r=r?m,

arranging m middle stage copy networks A(r?,m) to be in-between the r? m×m AWGs on the input side and the r? m×m AWGs on the output side, each output port of each
AWG on the input side being connected with an input port of one of the middle stage copy networks A(r?,m), each input port of each AWG on the output side being connected with an output port of one of the middle stage copy
networks A(r?,m),

constructing the middle stage copy network A(r?,m) recursively in a same manner;

(2) constructing an middle stage network cell B(ri,m) by i recursive construction of subnetworks of the copy network A(r,m), followed by constructing the middle stage network cell B(ri,m) to an AWG based three-stage copy network comprising three stages of WR-modules and two AWGs, ri m×m WR-modules on an middle input stage, m ri×ri WR-modules on an middle stage, and ri m×m WR-modules on an middle output stage, the middle input stage being connected with the middle stage via an ri×m AWG, and the middle stage being connected with the middle output stage via an m×ri AWG;

(3) constructing AWG based N×N copy networks C(r,m) by i=logm r?1 times of recursive decomposition of subnets of A(r,m), each subnet being comprised of an m×m WR-module and an m×m AWG and having an middle stage network B(m,m);

(4) constructing an AWG based N×N multicast network (r,m) by cascading the two copy networks C(r,m) by combining an output stage WR-module of one C(r,m) for performing replication on the input side with an input stage WR-module of the other C(r,m) for performing point-to-point switching on the output side.

US Pat. No. 9,574,012

AGR2 BLOCKING ANTIBODY AND USE THEREOF

Sanofi (China) Investment...

1. A humanized antibody or antigen binding fragment thereof capable of specifically binding human AGR2 protein, wherein said
antibody binds a protein disulfide isomerase active domain of said human AGR2 protein, said humanized antibody comprising
a light chain variable region and a heavy chain variable region, wherein the light chain variable region is identical to the
sequence of SEQ ID No. 3 or has one, two or three amino acid substitutions at positions 57, 58, or 60 of SEQ ID NO: 3 (using
the Kabat numbering), and wherein the heavy chain variable region is identical to the sequence of SEQ ID No. 4 or has one,
two, three or four amino acid substitutions at positions 65, 67, 68 or 70 of SEQ ID NO: 4 (using the Kabat numbering), said
substitutions at positions 57, 58, or 60 of SEQ ID NO: 3 being selected from the group consisting of N57S, L58R, S60T and
combination thereof, said substitutions at positions 65, 67, 68 or 70 of SEQ ID NO: 4 being selected from the group consisting
of K65Q, K67R, A68V, L70M and combination thereof.
US Pat. No. 9,944,962

CLONE OF XIAMENMYCIN BIOSYNTHESIS GENE CLUSTER AND HETEROLOGOUS EXPRESSION THEREOF

SHANGHAI JIAO TONG UNIVER...

1. A method to produce Xiamenmycin, comprising steps of: selecting genetic engineered microbial strains caning the Xiamenmycin biosynthesis gene cluster with a nucleotide sequence showed as an entire full length of SEQ ID NO.1 and with a whole length of 5189 bp, then fermenting the genetic engineered microbial strains in a fermentation medium to produce the Xiamenmycin.

US Pat. No. 9,711,931

NONCOLLINEAR ACHROMATIC PHASE MATCHING BASED OPTICAL PARAMETRIC CHIRPED-PULSE AMPLIFIER WITH INSENSITIVITY TO TEMPERATURE AND WAVELENGTH

Shanghai Jiao Tong Univer...

1. A simultaneous temperature- and wavelength-insensitive parametric amplifier system, comprising
a pump laser system on a first optical pathway, the pump laser system comprising a Nd:YVO4 laser oscillator-regenerative amplifier and a Nd:YAG boost amplifier that are sequentially arranged on the first optical pathway,

a first image relay system arranged on the first optical pathway after the pump laser system,
a frequency-doubling crystal arranged on the first optical pathway after the first image relay system,
a reflector on the first optical pathway arranged after the frequency-doubling crystal,
a signal laser system on a second optical pathway, the signal laser system comprises a Ti:sapphire regenerative amplifier,
a pulse stretcher on the second optical pathway after the signal laser system,
a first grating arranged on the second optical pathway after the pulse stretcher,
a second grating,
a pulse compressor arranged along a same optical pathway after the second grating,
an electronic phase-locking loop, and
a nonlinear crystal amplifier,
wherein the pump laser system and the signal system are synchronized with the electronic phase-locking loop;
a pump laser beam is generated from the pump laser system, passes through the first image-relay system, and is frequency-doubled
in the frequency-doubling crystal;

a signal laser beam is generated from the signal laser system, passes through the pulse stretcher, and is temporally chirped
and imposed with an angular dispersion by the first grating;

the chirped signal laser beam is amplified in the nonlinear crystal amplifier, and the amplified chirped signal laser beam
is re-collimated by the second grating and compressed in the compressor;

energy flows from the pump laser beam into the signal laser beam during amplification in the nonlinear crystal amplifier;
and

By adjusting a direction of the reflector in the first optical pathway, the signal laser beam and the pump laser beam are
intersected with a noncollinear angle in the nonlinear crystal amplifier.

US Pat. No. 9,991,662

GENERATOR FOR WHOLLY OPTICAL TUNABLE BROADBAND LINEARLY CHIRPED SIGNAL

Shanghai Jiao Tong Univer...

1. A generator for a wholly optical tunable broadband linearly chirped signal, comprisinga mode-locked laser,
a first optical coupler,
a first optical filter,
a first dispersion module,
a second optical filter,
a second dispersion module,
a tunable time delay module,
a second optical coupler,
an optical amplifier, and
a photodetector,
wherein the first optical coupler is situated along a direction of an output light beam of the mode-locked laser;
the first optical coupler splits an input light beam into a first light beam and a second light beam;
the first optical filter, the first dispersion module, and the second optical coupler are successively situated along the first light beam;
the second optical filter, the second dispersion module, the tunable time delay module, and the second optical coupler are successively situated along the second light beam;
the second optical coupler combines the first light beam and the second light beam; and
the optical amplifier and the photodetector are successively situated along an output direction of the second optical coupler,
wherein filter bandwidth of the first optical filter and the second optical filter are respectively adjustable for altering a pulse duration, a bandwidth, and a corresponding time-bandwidth product of a generated linearly chirped signal; and
dispersion of the first dispersion module and the second dispersion module are respectively changeable for changing a frequency sweep slope of the generated broadband linearly chirped signal.

US Pat. No. 10,063,337

ARRAYED WAVEGUIDE GRATING BASED MULTI-CORE AND MULTI-WAVELENGTH SHORT-RANGE INTERCONNECTION NETWORK

Shanghai Jiao Tong Univer...

1. An array-waveguide grating (AWG) based multi-core and multi-length short-range interconnection network based for a wavelength set of ?={?0, ?1, . . . , ?k-1}, comprisingN number of upper-level switches,
N number of lower-level switches, and
a network intermediate stage,
wherein each of the upper-level switches and each of the lower-level switches has N number of CWDM optical transceiving modules,
the N optical transceiving modules of each of the upper-level switches is connected with n number of m×1 multi-core optical multiplexing modules,
the N optical transceiving modules of each of the lower-level switches is connected with n number of 1×m multi-core demultiplexing modules,
the network intermediate stage comprises n2 number of r×r multi-core and multi-wavelength wiring modules,
the n number of the multi-core optical multiplexing modules of the upper-level switches, the n number of the multi-core demultiplexing modules of the lower-level switches, and the n2 number of the r×r multi-core and multi-wavelength wiring modules of the network intermediate stage are connected via m-core MPO-MPO optical fiber jumpers, wherein r=mk, k is a number of wavelengths of the wavelength set ?, m is a number of the jumpers of the MPO-m core optical fiber branch jumpers;
the n2 number of the r×r multi-core and multi-wavelength wiring modules are constructed via the MPO-m core optical fiber branch jumpers and m2 number of k×kAWGs;
each r×r multi-core and multi-wavelength wiring module comprises r number of upper ports having r number of MPO multi-core optical fiber connectors, the intermediate stage having m2 number of k×kAWGs, and r number of lower ports having r number of MPO multi-core optical fiber connectors; wherein the upper ports, the lower ports, and the intermediate stage are connected via the MPO-m core optical fiber branch jumpers, wherein r=mk, k is the number of wavelengths of the wavelength set ?, m is the number of the jumpers of the MPO-m core optical fiber branch jumpers;
each m×1 multi-core optical multiplexing module connects each output port of m identical k×1 optical multiplexors to a same MPO-m core optical fiber branch jumper, with the dth k×1 optical multiplexor being connected with the dth core of the MPO-m core optical fiber branch jumper, wherein d=0, 1, . . . , m?1, each k×1 optical multiplexor being correlated with the wavelength set ?={?0, ?1, . . . , ?k-1}, an input port p of the k×1 optical multiplexor being correlated with a wavelength ?p, and p=0, 1, . . . , k?1; and
each 1×m multi-core optical demultiplexing module connects each input port of m identical 1×k optical demultiplexors to a same MPO-m core optical fiber branch jumper, with the cth 1×k optical multiplexor being connected with the cth core of the MPO-m core optical fiber branch jumper, wherein c=0, 1, . . . , m?1, each 1×k optical demultiplexor being correlated with the wavelength set ?={?0, ?1, . . . , ?k-1}, an output port q of the 1×k optical demultiplexor being correlated with a wavelength ?q, and q=0, 1, . . . , k?1.

US Pat. No. 9,899,876

MAXIMUM POWER OUTPUT CIRCUIT FOR AN EHC AND DESIGN METHOD THEREOF

Shanghai Jiao Tong Univer...

1. A maximum power output circuit for an energy harvesting coil, comprising
a primary coil, the primary coil being a magnetic core having an outer parameter D0, an inner diameter Di, a width h, a density w, a weight W, an effective permeability ?, a maximum power output Pmax, and a fixed volume V,

a secondary coil, the secondary coil being wound around the primary coil with N2 number of turns,

a load resistor having a resistance R, and
a capacitor having a capacitance C,
wherein the load resistor and the capacitor are separately parallel connected to two ends of the secondary coil;
the magnetic core has the fixed volume V being

wherein f is a frequency of a power source, I1 is a primary current, C1 is a transformation coefficient between a hysteresis loss current IFe and a current I? parallel to a magnetic flux, and k is a transformation index between the hysteresis loss current IFe and the current I? parallel to the magnetic flux;

the load resistor has the resistance R being
R=E2/IR,
wherein E2 is an induction voltage of a secondary side of the energy harvesting coil, and IR is a current on the load resistor; and

the capacitor has the capacitance C being

wherein ? is an angle of 90 degrees between the primary current I1 and the magnetization current I?.

US Pat. No. 9,647,407

QUASI-PARAMETRIC CHIRPED-PULSE AMPLIFIER

Shanghai Jiao Tong Univer...

1. A quasi-parametric chirped-pulse amplifier, comprising
a signal path,
a pump path, and
an amplifier,
wherein the signal path successively comprises a Ti:sapphire regenerative amplifier, a pulse stretcher, and a pulse compressor;
the pump path successively comprises a Nd:YVO4 regenerative amplifier, a Nd:YAG boost amplifier, an image-relay system, a crystal for second harmonic generation (SHG), and
a beam dump, and a time jitter between the Ti:sapphire regenerative amplifier and the Nd:YVO4 regenerative amplifier is controlled by an electronic phase-locking loop;

the amplifier comprises a nonlinear crystal doped with rare-earth-ions, and both a chirped signal pulse from the pulse stretcher
and a pump pulse from the crystal for SHG incident into the amplifier, where energy continuously transfers from the pump pulse
to the chirped signal pulse and a newly generated idler pulse;

residual energy of the pump pulse is collected by the beam dump;
energy of the generated idler pulse is continually absorbed by the rare-earth ions in the nonlinear crystal; and
the amplified chirped signal pulse is compressed by the pulse compressor.

US Pat. No. 9,979,423

PARALLEL CONNECTION METHOD AND DEVICE FOR MULTI-CHANNEL PD SIGNALS

SHANGHAI JIAO TONG UNIVER...

3. A parallel connection device for multi-channel PD signals comprising:a signal input connector, which receives input signals from multiple sensors, wherein the input signals include UHF PD signals, ultrasonic signals and high frequency current signals;
a signal amplification circuit, which pre-processes each of the input signals, including amplification and filtering;
a signal isolation circuit, which isolates and processes the amplified and filtered signal, for ensuring self-triggering and unidirectional transmitting of the amplified and filtered signal; and
a signal output connector, which outputs the isolated processed signal;
wherein the signal isolation circuit comprises:
a signal separation circuit, which divides the amplified and filtered signal into two sub-signals, numbered as first and second;
a time-delay circuit for the UHF PD signal, wherein when the first sub-signal is the UHF PD signal, the first sub-signal is transmitted in a set time-delay;
an emitter follower circuit, wherein when the first sub-signal is the high frequency current signal or the ultrasonic signal, the first sub-signal is delayed by the emitter follower circuit and then outputted through a self-triggering switch;
a signal compound circuit, which breaks down the delayed UHF PD signal into multiple spectrum signal groups; each group is delayed and then compounded, the compounded signal is outputted to the self-triggering switch;
a reference voltage generation circuit, which provides a reference level;
a fast-comparing circuit, which compares the second sub-signal with the reference level to realize signal auto-detection; wherein if meeting a requirement of the reference level, the second sub-signal is transferred into a driving signal for switch; and
a mono-stable flip-flop circuit, which processes the driving signal for controlling the self-triggering switch.

US Pat. No. 9,966,812

STATIC VACUUM SHAFTING DEVICE FOR INTEGRATED ROTARY TRANSFORMER

SHANGHAI JIAO TONG UNIVER...

1. A static vacuum shafting device for an integrated rotary transformer, comprising: a driving component, a vacuum sealing cover, a position detection component, a shafting base (1), a vacuum insulation sleeve (4), a second O-shaped seal ring (5), a first O-shaped seal ring (6), a first rolling bearing (7), a second rolling bearing (10), a bearing gap ring (11), a transmission shaft (13), a shafting flange (14), a walking rolling bearing (15), a first bearing gland (16), a second bearing gland (17), and a third O-shaped seal ring (18); wherein:said driving component comprises a motor stator (2), a rotary transformer stator (3), a motor and rotary transformer integrated rotor (8), a rotor flange plate (9), and a stator-fixing pressing block (12) which are coaxially assembled, wherein: said motor and rotary transformer integrated rotor (8) and said rotor flange plate (9) are connected with screws; and said motor stator (2) and said rotary transformer stator (3) are fixed inside of said shafting base (1) by said stator-fixing pressing block (12), and work in close conjunction with said shafting base (1);
said vacuum sealing cover comprises a sealing cover upper flange (22), a sealing cover (20), and a sealing cover lower flange (19), wherein: said sealing cover lower flange (19) is fixed on an upper end surface of said shafting base (1) with screws; said shafting base (1) has a second circular groove and said second O-shaped seal ring (5) is filled in said second circular groove; said sealing cover upper flange (22) is fixed to said shafting flange (14) of said transmission shaft (13) with screws; said sealing cover upper flange (22) has a third circular groove and said third O-shaped seal ring (18) is filled in said third circular groove; said sealing cover (20) is able to shrink up and down freely, cooperate with a driving mechanism which controls up and down movement, and drive said shafting base to move up and down; and
a lower end surface of said transmission shaft (13) is fixed to said rotor flange plate (9) with screws, and an upper end surface of said transmission shaft (13) is extended to a vacuum environment; said upper end surface of said transmission shaft (13) has a groove for said walking rolling bearing (15), and said walking rolling bearing (15) is fixed to said upper end surface of said transmission shaft (13) by said first bearing gland (16); said upper end surface of said transmission shaft (13) is fixed to said shafting flange (14); said first rolling bearing (7) and said second rolling bearing (10) are provided between said rotor flange plate (9) and said shafting base (1); said bearing gap ring (11) is provided between said first rolling bearing (7) and said second rolling bearing (10); said second bearing gland (17) tightly presses said second rolling bearing (10) on said shafting base (1); an inner of said vacuum insulation sleeve (4) is a stepped hollow cover, and one end of said vacuum insulation sleeve (4) has a threaded hole and is fixed to said shafting base (1); said shafting base (1) has a first circular groove and said first O-shaped seal ring (6) is filled in said first circular groove; said motor stator (2) and said rotary transformer stator (3) both form gap with said motor and rotary transformer integrated rotor (8); said vacuum insulation sleeve (4) runs through said gap to isolate said motor and rotary transformer integrated rotor (8) from said motor stator (2) and said rotary transformer stator (3).

US Pat. No. 9,800,523

SCHEDULING METHOD FOR VIRTUAL PROCESSORS BASED ON THE AFFINITY OF NUMA HIGH-PERFORMANCE NETWORK BUFFER RESOURCES

Shanghai Jiao Tong Univer...

1. A scheduling method for virtual processors based on the affinity of NUMA high-performance network buffer resources, wherein
the scheduling method includes the following steps:
(1) in a NUMA architecture, when a network interface card of a virtual machine is started, getting the distribution of the
buffer of the network interface card on each NUMA node;

(2) getting affinities of each NUMA node for the buffer of the network interface card on the basis of an affinity relationship
between each NUMA node;

(3) determining a target NUMA node in combination with the distribution of the buffer of the network interface card on each
NUMA node and affinities of each NUMA node for the buffer of the network interface card, wherein a CPU load balance on each
NUMA node is further combined to determine the target NUMA node;

(4) scheduling the virtual processor to a CPU on the target NUMA node;
(5) continuing to monitor running condition of the network interface card of the virtual machine;
wherein in the step (1), getting the distribution of the buffer of the network interface card on each NUMA node includes the
following steps:

(11) when a driver of a virtual function of the virtual machine is started, detecting a virtual address on which Direct Memory
Access allocates the buffer in the driver, as well as getting the size of the buffer of the virtual function;

(12) sending the virtual address to a specified domain;
(13) the specified domain making a request to a virtual machine monitor for getting a physical address corresponding to the
virtual address by a hypercall;

(14) determining the distribution of the buffer of the network interface card on each NUMA node on the basis of the analysis
of the distribution of the buffer on the NUMA node corresponding to the physical address;

wherein in the step (2), getting affinities of each NUMA node for the buffer of the network interface card on the basis of
an affinity relationship between each NUMA node includes the following step:

(21) getting the affinities of each NUMA node for the buffer of the network interface card according to information of distances
between each NUMA node.

US Pat. No. 10,350,248

USES OF BACTEROIDES IN TREATMENT OR PREVENTION OF OBESITY AND OBESITY-RELATED DISEASES

RUIJIN HOSPITAL AFFILIATE...

1. A method for treating or preventing obesity and treating diabetes, comprising administering to an animal a pharmaceutical composition containing Bacteroides intestinalis DSM 17393, wherein the pharmaceutical composition is capable of reducing body weight or blood glucose of the animal.

US Pat. No. 9,720,431

METHOD FOR OPTIMIZING THE FLEXIBLE CONSTRAINTS OF AN ELECTRIC POWER SYSTEM

SHANGHAI JIAO TONG UNIVER...

1. A method for optimizing flexible constraints of an electric power system, comprising:
expressing a total power generation cost f? of the electric power system by a sum of quadratic functions of active power outputs
of all generator sets in the system in a flexible formula as follows:


 wherein Ng represents a total number of generators of the system, i=1, 2, . . . , Ng , and ai, bi and ci are power generation coefficients of a generator set i; PGi is an active power of the generator i; f0 represents a minimum expected value of the total power generation cost of the system, ?f represents an acceptable maximum
increment of the total power generation cost of the system; ?f is a flexible index of a power generation cost of the system, and a numerical area of the flexible index is as follows: ?f ?[0,1];

selecting a multi-dimensional flexible optimization model or a flexible power generation cost optimization model according
to a practical situation of the electric power system and a practical purpose of optimization;

determining an operating conditions, including a power grid structure, and voltages and powers of the generators, of the electric
power system;

carrying out load flow calculation based on the operating conditions of the electric power system; and
carrying out corresponding optimization calculation according to the flexible multi-dimensional or flexible power generation
cost model selected in the selecting step to obtain a comprehensive flexible optimization result or an optimal power generation
cost, if the load flow calculation is successful, and if the load flow calculation fails, carrying out corresponding optimization
calculation according to an optimal load curtailment model to obtain an optimal load curtailment.

US Pat. No. 9,728,970

FEEDFORWARD VOLTAGE SERIES COMPENSATOR BASED ON COMPLEMENTARY USE OF WIND POWER AND PHOTOVOLTAIC POWER

Shanghai Jiao Tong Univer...

1. A feedforward voltage series compensator, comprising
a controller having a rectification control terminal, an H bridge inverter control terminal, a DC voltage boost control terminal,
an input terminal for input signals of rotational speed and rotor angle, a PV DC voltage input terminal, a PV DC current input
terminal, a grid-connected inverter control terminal, a wind-power DC voltage input terminal, a wind-power DC current input
terminal, and an AC voltage input terminal,

a rectifier unit having a control terminal, an AC input terminal, and a DC output terminal,
an H bridge inverter unit having a control terminal, a DC bus terminal, and an AC output terminal,
a series transformer having a primary coil with two ends and a secondary coil,
a wind-power DC voltage sensor having an input terminal and an output terminal,
a wind-power DC current sensor having an input terminal and an output terminal,
an AC voltage transducer having an input terminal and an output terminal,
a DC voltage boost unit having a control terminal, a DC input terminal, and a DC output terminal,
a PV DC voltage sensor having an output terminal and an input terminal,
a PV DC current sensor having an output terminal and an input terminal, and
a grid-connected inverter having a control terminal, a DC bus terminal, and an AC output terminal,
wherein the rectification control terminal of the controller is connected with the control terminal of the corresponding rectifier
unit,

the H bridge inverter control terminal of the controller is connected with the control terminal of the corresponding H bridge
inverter unit,

the DC voltage boost control terminal of the controller is connected with the control terminal of the corresponding DC voltage
boost unit,

the input terminal for input signals of rotational speed and rotor angle of the controller is connected with an output terminal
of the rotor position encoder of a wind power synchronous generator,

the PV DC voltage input terminal of the controller is connected with the output terminal of the PV DC voltage sensor,
the PV DC current input terminal of the controller is connected with the output terminal of the PV DC current sensor,
the grid-connected inverter control terminal of the controller is connected with the control terminal of the grid-connected
inverter,

the AC input terminal of the rectifier unit is connected with an output terminal of a wind power synchronous generator stator,
the DC output terminal of the rectifier unit is connected with a DC output terminal of the DC voltage boost unit, and subsequent
to connection with the DC output terminal of the DC voltage boost unit, is connected with the DC bus terminal of the H bridge
inverter unit,

the AC output terminal of the H bridge inverter unit is connected with the two ends of the primary coil of the series transformer,
the secondary coil of the series transformer is connected in series to a transmission line of a power grid, and is respectively
connected with a supply terminal and a load terminal of the power grid,

the input terminal of the wind-power DC voltage sensor is connected with the DC output terminal of the rectifier unit,
the output terminal of the wind-power DC voltage sensor is connected with the wind-power DC voltage input terminal of the
corresponding controller,

the input terminal of the wind-power DC current sensor is connected with the DC output terminal of the rectifier unit,
the output terminal of the wind-power DC current sensor is connected with the wind-power DC current input terminal of the
corresponding controller,

the input terminal of the AC voltage transducer is voltage connected with a node of the power grid,
the output terminal of the AC voltage transducer is connected with the AC voltage input terminal of the controller,
the DC input terminal of the DC voltage boost unit is connected with an output terminal of a PV cell panel;
the input terminal of the PV DC voltage sensor is connected with the DC output terminal of the DC voltage boost unit,
the output terminal of the PV DC voltage sensor is connected with the PV DC voltage input terminal of the corresponding controller,
the input terminal of the PV DC current sensor is connected in series with the DC output terminal of the DC voltage boost
unit,

the output terminal of the PV DC current sensor is connected with the PV DC current input terminal of the corresponding controller,
the DC bus terminal of the grid-connected inverter is connected with the DC bus terminal of the H bridge inverter unit,
the AC output terminal of the grid-connected inverter is voltage parallel connected with the node of the power grid, and
the control terminal of the grid-connected inverter is connected with the grid-connected inverter control terminal of the
corresponding controller.

US Pat. No. 10,655,291

REAL-TIME MONITORING SYSTEM FOR FLOAT-OVER INSTALLATION

Shanghai Jiao Tong Univer...

1. A real-time monitoring system for float-over installation, comprising: a shooting collection system and a real-time processing and displaying system; the shooting collection system comprises a CCD camera and a high light-reflecting landmark, the CCD camera is connected to a processing computer by means of a Gigabit network for transmitting collected graphic information to the real-time processing and displaying system; the real-time processing and displaying system comprises the processing computer and a real-time processing software, the processing computer and the real-time processing software display, analyze and store graphic signals in real time, and calculate the relative position between a leg mating unit and a stabbing cone in real time;wherein the CCD camera is a high-precision fixed-focus camera, placed at a position opposite to the leg, and transmits data and realizes remote control via the Gigabit network;
wherein the high light-reflecting landmark is made of a light-absorbing cloth and a diamond grade light-reflecting material; a distance from a center of the light-reflecting landmark to an uppermost end of the leg mating unit is measured: the processing computer and the real-time processing software can display and record the horizontal and vertical relative distances of components in real time;
wherein the real-time processing software calculates the relative position between the leg mating unit and the stabbing cone with a determined proportional relationship for a shot photograph by method of close-range photogrammetry, and can display the on-site practical situation in real time; the real-time processing software possesses the following functions: camera parameter verification, image calibration, camera control, real-time displaying and recording of collected images, real-time displaying and recording of 2D movement and relative distance of the components.
US Pat. No. 10,285,984

METHODS AND COMPOSITIONS FOR IMPROVING GUT MICROBIOTA POPULATION

Shanghai Jiao Tong Univer...

1. A method for increasing a first gut microbiota population while simultaneously decreasing a second gut microbiota population in a subject having obesity, diabetes or insulin insensitivity to increase short-chain fatty acid level in the subject or reducing subject insulin sensitivity, comprising administering to the subject berberine at a dosage of from about 50 mg/Kg body weight to about 400 mg/Kg body weight, wherein the first gut microbiota population comprises, Allobaculum, Bacteroides, Blautia, Butyricicoccus, Dorea, Holdemania, Lawsonia, Parabacteroides, Phascolarctobacterium, Sedimentibacter, or a combination thereof; wherein the second gut microbiota population comprises Anaeroplasma, Bifidobacterium, Butyrivibrio, Coprococcus, Fastidiosipila, Marvinbryantia, Oribacterium, Roseburia, Ruminococcus, TM7_genera_incertae_sedis, or a combination thereof.

US Pat. No. 10,286,140

CENTRIFUGE APPARATUS FOR SEPARATING BLOOD COMPONENTS

1. A centrifuge apparatus for separating blood components, comprising:a centrifuge tube having a curved bottom contiguously connected to a cylindrical shaped sidewall of the centrifuge tube and extending across a lower end of the centrifuge tube, with a discharge hole extending through the curved bottom of the centrifuge tube;
a flow dividing mechanism being fixed to an exterior of the curved bottom of the centrifuge tube;
wherein the flow dividing mechanism comprises an outer encasement, and an adjustable flow divider valve received within an internal cavity of the flow dividing mechanism;
wherein the flow dividing mechanism further comprises first and second spaced apart outlets, and the adjustable flow divider valve comprises at least one flow guiding channel; and
wherein the adjustable flow divider valve is moveable to selectively, alternatively, fluidically connect each of the first and second spaced apart outlets via the at least one flow guiding channel to the discharge hole for dividing two different blood components after centrifugation, respectively.

US Pat. No. 10,505,469

NONLINEAR CONTROL METHOD FOR MICRO-GRID INVERTER WITH ANTI-DISTURBANCE

Shanghai Jiao Tong Univer...

1. A method for controlling power transmission between a micro-grid system and a power grid, comprisingproviding a micro-grid system and a nonlinear controller for the micro-grid system, wherein the micro-grid system comprises a distributed electric generation element that is connected to a power grid through a grid-connected point switch, a three-phase AC bus, a three-phase AC load, and a central controller; the distributed electric generation element comprises a DC voltage source, three-phase voltage source full-bridge inverter having six switch tubes corresponding to six channels, and an LCL-type filter circuit; and the LCL-type filter circuit comprises an inverter-side filter circuit, a grid-side filter circuit, and a filter capacitor,
collecting voltage vc of the filter capacitor and current i0 of the grid-side inductance from the LCL-type filter circuit and establishing a mathematical model of a two-phase stationary coordinate system based on coordinate transformation of the voltage vc to vc?? and the grid-side inductance current i0 to i0?? by the nonlinear controller,
collecting voltage vg of the three-phase AC bus and local load current iload, generating a grid-side inductance current reference signal io??_ref in the two-phase stationary coordinate system based on the voltage vg and local load current iload according to instantaneous reactive power theory, and calculating grid-connected current ig?? based on the grid-side inductance current reference signal io??_ref, active power command Pset, and reactive power command Qset from the central controller of the micro-grid,
obtaining a first derivative io??_ref (t) and a second derivative ïo??_ref (t) of the grid-side inductance reference current signal io??_ref (t) by an observer, and using the first derivative and the second derivative as input signal values of the nonlinear controller,
setting an original tracking error e?? and a filter tracking error E?? of a control variable i0, and building a grid-connected inverter nonlinear control model based on the original tracking error and the filter error by the nonlinear controller,
obtaining a three-phase modulated wave signal according to the mathematical model of the LCL type grid-connected inverter and the grid-connected inverter nonlinear control model in a three-phase stationary coordinate system after coordinate transformation by the nonlinear controller,
obtaining modulated pulse signals of six channels S1 to S6 from the three-phase modulated wave signal by the sine wave vector modulation module,
inputting the modulated pulse signals of the six channels S1 to S6 and applying Lyapunov function to the three-phase voltage source full-bridge inverter, and
transmitting power applied with the modulated pulse signals and the Lyapunov function between the three-phase voltage source full-bridge inverter of the micro-grid system and the power grid through the grid-connected point switch and maintaining stability of the power voltage therebetween.

US Pat. No. 10,489,909

METHOD OF AUTOMATICALLY DETECTING MICROANEURYSM BASED ON MULTI-SIEVING CONVOLUTIONAL NEURAL NETWORK

SHANGHAI JIAO TONG UNIVER...

1. A method of automatically detecting microaneurysm based on multi-sieving convolutional neural network (CNN), the method comprising:A1), partitioning an image to be detected using random fern and obtaining an auxiliary channel image of the image to be detected according to a first partition result; and
A2), inputting the auxiliary channel image obtained from step A1) and the image to a multi-sieving CNN training model to perform a detection and obtaining a microaneurysm detection result of the image;
wherein the multi-sieving CNN training model in step A2) is established according to the following steps of:
B1), using a current microaneurysm diagnostic report as samples and partitioning a lesion image in the microaneurysm diagnostic report using the random fern, and establishing an auxiliary channel image of the lesion image according to a second partition result; and
B2), comparing the obtained auxiliary channel image with a lesion-marked image of pixels, clarifying the samples according to a comparing result and performing the multi-sieving CNN training, so as to obtain the multi-sieving CNN training model.

US Pat. No. 10,463,513

BIODEGRADABLE METALLIC VASCULAR STENT AND APPLICATION THEREOF

SHANGHAI JIAO TONG UNIVER...

1. A biodegradable metallic vascular stent, comprising a base body which is tubular with a lumen along a longitudinal axis, wherein the base body has a plurality of circumferential support structures which are successively positioned along the longitudinal axis and are each composed of a sequence of repeat units, and each of the circumferential support structures connects to two or more connectors, wherein two adjacent circumferential support structures are joined together by at least one of the connectors, and each of the connectors is attached to one of arched elements of the two adjacent circumferential support structures to be connected;wherein for the base body, an outer diameter is between 1 mm and 5 mm, a thickness in a radial direction is between 0.1 mm and 0.3 mm, a length in a longitudinal direction is between 10 mm and 100 mm; wherein for the circumferential support structures, a width of the arched elements is between 0.1 mm and 0.3 mm, a width of diagonal elements is between 0.06 mm and 0.25 mm; wherein for the connectors, a radius of a middle line of curved elements is between 0.10 mm and 0.30 mm.

US Pat. No. 10,433,029

IMPLEMENTAL METHOD AND APPLICATION OF PERSONALIZED PRESENTATION OF ASSOCIATED MULTIMEDIA CONTENT

SHANGHAI JIAO TONG UNIVER...

1. An implementation method of multimedia content classification technology, comprising steps of: cutting a multimedia file into multiple Media Processing Unit (MPU) segments, wherein each MPU segment has a different mark field therein; classifying all of the MPU segments into different levels according to an importance of multimedia content, so that a user is able to selectively play the multimedia content according to the levels, instead of selecting blindly and randomly, and the MPU segments of same level form one version of content; and defining a new Media Unit Relationship (MUR) information file for describing corresponding relationships between the multimedia file and different versions of content, mpu_seq_number and level list, wherein: each mpu_seq_number is the mark field in each MPU segment; each level list represents a set of mpu_seq_number;correspondence rules between a level_list array and the different versions of the content are different and are able to be divided into two types, wherein: in Type 1, a one-to-one correspondence exists between each version of the content and the corresponding level list in the level list array; and in Type 2, the different versions of the content are combinations of the different level_list; and a differential transmission of the multimedia file is preformed according to content of the MUR information file in the Type 1 and the Type 2.

US Pat. No. 10,199,406

ARRAY SUBSTRATE AND MANUFACTURING METHOD THEREOF, DISPLAY PANEL AND DISPLAY DEVICE

BOE TECHNOLOGY GROUP CO.,...

1. An array substrate manufacturing method, comprising:forming a source electrode and a drain electrode on a gate insulating layer;
forming photoresist above the gate insulating layer and the source electrode and the drain electrode;
etching the photoresist to form an opening region so as to expose the gate insulating layer between the source electrode and the drain electrode, and a part of the source electrode and a part of the drain electrode;
directly forming an active layer in the opening region, the active layer covering the exposed gate insulating layer, the part of the source electrode and the part of the drain electrode,
wherein a surface energy of the photoresist is greater than a surface energy of the gate insulating layer; and the array substrate manufacturing method further comprises: after forming the active layer in the opening region, removing the photoresist.

US Pat. No. 10,191,354

MULTI-PARAMETER NONCOLLINEAR PHASE-MATCHING FOR HIGH-AVERAGE-POWER OPTICAL PARAMETRIC CHIRPED-PULSE AMPLIFIER

Shanghai Jiao Tong Univer...

1. A high-average-power optical parametric chirped-pulse amplification (OPCPA) amplifier, comprisinga pump laser system on a first optical pathway, the pump laser system comprising an Nd:YVO4 laser oscillator-regenerative amplifier and an Nd:YAG boost amplifier that are sequentially arranged on the first optical pathway,
a beam splitter after the pump laser system;
a frequency-doubled convertor arranged on the first optical pathway after the beam splitter,
a frequency-tripled convertor arranged on the first optical pathway after the frequency-doubled convertor,
a reflector on the first optical pathway arranged after the frequency-tripled convertor,
a signal laser system on a second optical pathway, the signal laser system comprises a supercontinuum generator,
a stretcher on the second optical pathway after the signal laser system,
a nonlinear crystal amplifier, the nonlinear crystal amplifier having an optic pathway,
a pulse compressor arranged along the optical pathway after the nonlinear crystal amplifier,
an electronic phase-locking loop, and
a crystal oven encasing the nonlinear crystal amplifier,
wherein the pump laser system and the signal laser system are synchronized with the electronic phase-locking loop;
a pump laser beam is generated from the pump laser system, is frequency-doubled in the frequency-doubled convertor, and frequency-tripled in the frequency-tripled convertor;
a signal laser beam is generated from the signal laser system, passes through the stretcher, and is temporally chirped to form a chirped signal laser beam;
the chirped signal laser beam is amplified in the nonlinear crystal amplifier to form an amplified chirped signal laser beam, and the amplified chirped signal laser beam is compressed in the compressor;
energy flows from the pump laser beam into the signal laser beam during amplification in the nonlinear crystal amplifier inside the crystal oven;
by adjusting a direction of the reflector in the first optical pathway, the signal laser beam and the pump laser beam are intersected with a noncollinear angle in the nonlinear crystal amplifier; and
by adjusting the temperature of the crystal oven, the nonlinear crystal amplifier operates at a designated phase-matching temperature.

US Pat. No. 10,599,008

METHOD AND DEVICE FOR ULTRAFAST GROUP-VELOCITY CONTROL VIA OPTICAL PARAMETRIC AMPLIFICATION IN CHIRPED QUASI-PHASE-MATCHING STRUCTURE

SHANGHAI JIAO TONG UNIVER...

1. An ultrafast group-velocity control device via optical parametric amplification in chirped quasi-phase-matching structures, comprisinga signal path successively comprising a seed laser source, a pulse stretcher, and a first pulse compressor,
a pump path comprising a pump laser source,
an amplifier comprising a nonlinear crystal, and
an idler path successively comprising a spectral filter and a second pulse compressor after the amplifier,
wherein the pulse stretcher generates a chirped signal pulse, and the pump laser source generates a pump pulse;
both the chirped signal pulse and the pump pulse incident into the amplifier, and energy continuously transfers from the pump pulse to the chirped signal pulse to form an amplified chirped signal pulse and a newly generated idler pulse;
the spectral filter filters the newly generated idler pulse, and the second pulse compressor compresses the idler pulse; and the first pulse compressor compresses the amplified chirped signal pulse, and
the nonlinear crystal is a chirped quasi-phase-matching crystal with linearly varied domain periods for different signal frequency, wherein each signal frequency is phase-matched and amplified at a phase-matching position in the chirped quasi-phase matching crystal and experiences a cascaded nonlinear phase beyond the phase-matching position in the chirped quasi-phase matching crystal.

US Pat. No. 10,568,687

INTEGRATED INTRAOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS AND THERMAL THERAPY SYSTEM

The Regents of the Univer...

1. An integrated diagnosis and therapy system for the accurate diagnosis and treatment of a plaque in a vascular system comprising:an intraoperative imaging catheter to accurately identify a site of lesion and depth of thermal therapy or probe placement, wherein the imaging catheter is configured to monitor a process of freezing and heating; and
an instrument integrated into the intraoperative imaging catheter for performing thermal angioplasty and/or thermal therapy,
wherein the intraoperative imaging catheter comprises a first distal balloon used for cryoplasty of a cooling zone, and a second distal balloon, external to the first distal balloon, used for thermal isolation, so that under the guidance of an image, the location of the vascular plaque is accurately diagnosed and located,
wherein the first distal balloon comprises one or more RF electrodes on a surface of the first distal balloon to adjust the shape and size of an ablation region for heating of a heating zone,
wherein the first distal balloon and the second distal balloon are configured to longitudinally divide the interior volume of a lumen when inflated so that the first distal balloon makes contact with the location of the vascular plaque, and the second distal balloon makes contact with the vascular system, the second distal balloon being external to the first distal balloon,
wherein the first distal balloon is connected to a cryogenic cooling liquid tank and the second distal balloon is connected to a tank comprising a gas or air that is warmer relative to the cryogenic cooling liquid, and
wherein the instrument is configured to provide simultaneous heating and cooling of the separate heating and cooling zones.

US Pat. No. 10,559,851

MAGNESIUM BATTERY ELECTROLYTE

TOYOTA JIDOSHA KABUSHIKI ...

1. A magnesium battery electrolytic solution comprising a solute of an organic boron magnesium salt blended with an aprotic polar solvent, wherein:the concentration of the organic boron magnesium salt is 0.2 to 1 mol/L;
the aprotic polar solvent is an ether; and
the organic boron magnesium salt is an organic boron magnesium salt complex having a structure of R3B—(R?MgX)2, where R and R? are the same or different and each represent a fluoroaryl group, an alkylated aryl group, an aryl group, an alkyl group, or a pyrrolidinyl group, and X represents a halogen, and wherein R3B is a Lewis acid with a boron center that is at least one selected from the group consisting of compounds represented by the following structural formulae:

US Pat. No. 10,552,359

HOT PLUG METHOD AND DEVICE FOR BYTE ADDRESSABLE PERSISTENT MEMORY

Shanghai Jiao Tong Univer...

1. A hot plug method for the byte addressable persistent memory, comprising hot-add and hot-remove, wherein the hot-add includes physical add and logical add, and the hot remove includes logical remove and physical remove; the hot plug method comprising:1) in a physical add step, converting the byte addressing persistent memory from an uncharged raw media into a manageable block of an operating system;
2) in a logical add step, converting the byte addressable persistent memory from the manageable block of the operating system into a memory device capable of mapping a virtual address;
3) in a logical remove step, converting the memory device capable of mapping the virtual address into the manageable block of the operating system; and
4) in a physical remove step, converting the byte addressable persistent memory from the manageable block of the operating system into the uncharged raw media
wherein the physical add in step 1) comprising:
step A1: completing description of a hot plug attribute and address range of the memory in a computer system firmware;
step A2: performing power detection on the memory by BIOS, and then placing the memory into a readable and writeable state;
step A3: writing mark “5aa5a55a” in a space that has an address of PM_address, wherein a value of the PM_address is transmitted by a non-volatile register NV_register, and the PM_address is updated as follows:
(PM_address+8)mod 1M?NV_register, NV_register?PM_address; wherein symbol “?” represents transmission, symbol “mod” represents modulo operation, symbol “1M” represents a size of the address space, the symbol “?”, the symbol “mod” and the symbol “1M” are common symbols used by those skilled in the art;
step A4: placing the memory into a D3off state, replacing the memory into a D0 state after delaying a duration based on a physical attribute of the memory, immediately detecting whether the mark “5aa5a55a” is present at the PM_address from step A3, if the mark “5aa5a55a” is present, continuing to step A5; otherwise, powering off; wherein main feature of the D3off state is complete power off for the memory device, main feature of the D0 state is normal power supply operation for the memory device, and the D3off state and the D0 state are descriptors of the device power states familiar to those skilled in the art;
step A5: in an operating system of a computer system, adding a function of detecting the memory, adding persistent memory node called PM_node in the memory, and classifying the PM_node into three management areas, wherein the size of the three management areas are customized according to a threshold value preset by a user; if the user customizes to add the memory for the first time, the first management area and the second management area employ a buddy mode to management the physical space, the third management area uses a double-end queue to manage the physical space; and if the user customizes not to add the memory for the first time, the all added PM space is managed in the double-end queue of the third management area;
step A6: allocating the space from the queue of the third management area of the PM_node in step A5, locking the space at the same time, and integrating into the management of the operating system of the computer system according to the management method for the block device; and
step A7: updating the information added by the block device of the memory in the user layer of the operating system of the computer system, and explicitly presenting the added information to the user according to the updating of the virtual file.

US Pat. No. 10,480,317

CLUSTER-TYPE DEEP-SEA SUBMARINE MINING EQUIPMENT BASED ON VORTEX HYDRODYNAMIC CHARACTERISTICS

SHANGHAI JIAO TONG UNIVER...

1. A piece of deep-sea submarine mining equipment based on vortex hydrodynamic characteristics, comprising:an equipment body, a plurality of adaptive submarine mining collectors and mineral delivery pipes;
wherein the equipment body and the adaptive submarine mining collectors are connected through the mineral delivery pipes, wherein each of the mineral delivery pipes has an adjustable length;
wherein the adaptive submarine mining collectors are provided with tracked traveling mechanisms and are capable of autonomously traveling under control,
wherein a plurality of guide plates are disposed around an interior of each of the adaptive submarine mining collectors, at least two adjacent guide plates of each of the adaptive submarine mining collector are provided with a water spray head therebetween, wherein the water spray head sprays water to generate vortexes in the adaptive submarine mining collectors;
wherein an enclosing cover is disposed around a bottom of each of the adaptive submarine mining collectors, and wherein the enclosing cover is provided with guide grooves for guiding outside seawater into the adaptive submarine mining collectors.
US Pat. No. 10,463,743

AMPHIPHILIC DRUG-DRUG CONJUGATES FOR CANCER THERAPY, COMPOSITIONS AND METHODS OF PREPARATION AND USES THEREOF

Shanghai Jiao Tong Univer...

1. An aqueous composition consisting of self-assembled nanoparticles of an amphiphilic compound in water, wherein the amphiphilic compound consists of a hydrophilic moiety and a hydrophobic moiety conjugated via a linkage capable of cleavage under an acidic condition, wherein each of the hydrophilic moiety and the hydrophobic moiety is independently an antitumor agent.

US Pat. No. 10,469,202

FEC MECHANISM BASED ON MEDIA CONTENT

SHANGHAI JIAO TONG UNIVER...

1. An FEC (Forward error correction) mechanism based on media content, wherein the FEC mechanism is implemented by using following method:Method III: classifying the media content, and endowing it with the different importance; in the absence of a shunt for the original media data flow, dynamically adjusting the importance of frames contained in the media packet and the corresponding coding scheme according to a current channel condition; transmitting the data packets to the corresponding FEC encoder to conduct different degrees of protection; finally, encoding one source data flow as one FEC code stream;
wherein Method III comprises following sub-steps: generating MMTP flows and a signaling based on media resources; according to different importance of each frame of data in MMT flows, using FEC encoding matrix to perform the FEC coding and integrating the FEC codes; returning corresponding repair characters, an FEC data load identification and an original data load identification; packaging all the repair characters into an FEC repair packet and sending to the transport layer.

US Pat. No. 10,444,596

LENS-BASED INTEGRATED TWO-DIMENSIONAL BEAM STEERING DEVICE

Shanghai Jiao Tong Univer...

1. A lens-based integrated two-dimensional beam steering device, comprising:a substrate (1) having an upper surface,
an input waveguide (2),
a connecting waveguide (3),
a 1×N optical switch (4) having a control port, one input port, and N output ports;
an electrical interface for the switch (5),
N output waveguides of the switch (6),
N transmitting units (7) having a plane where the N transmitting units (7) are located,
a lens (8) having a focal plane and an optical axis, and
a controller (51) having a control port,
where N is a positive integer that equals to or more than 2;
the input waveguide (2), the connecting waveguide (3), the 1×N optical switch (4), the electrical interface for the switch (5), the N output waveguides of the switch (6), and the N transmitting units (7) are all prepared on the substrate (1), and the N transmitting units (7) are in a two-dimensional array on the upper surface of the substrate (1);
the lens (8) is located directly above the N transmitting units (7), the focal plane of the lens (8) is parallel to the plane where the N transmitting units (7) are located, and the optical axis of the lens (8) is perpendicular to the plane where the N transmitting units (7) are located;
the input port of the 1×N optical switch (4) is connected to the connecting waveguide (3), the N output ports of the 1×N optical switch (4) are respectively connected to the N transmitting units (7) via N output waveguides of the switch (6);
light beams output by the N transmitting units (7) are all output through the lens (8); and
the control port of the controller (51) is respectively connected to the control port of the 1×N optical switch (4) through the electrical interface for the switch (5).

US Pat. No. 10,313,738

DYNAMIC TIME WINDOW AND CACHE MECHANISM UNDER THE HETEROGENEOUS NETWORK TRANSMISSION

SHANGHAI JIAO TONG UNIVER...

1. A dynamic time window and cache method under the heterogeneous network transmission, comprising steps of: adding Available Time and Asset Size attributes of the media content in the signaling part for the existing signaling at an MMX so that a client terminal gets the time when a corresponding media content is available: at a same time, determining a network bandwidth and the network delay of the content from the broadband to the client under a current broadband network through a corresponding method in the network by a client: calculating a time interval for transmitting a request for caching in advance and a size of a cache window required by a terminal through an available time of the content of a broadband source and the delay of a broadband channel by the client terminal;wherein existing attributes in the CI file that can be obtained by the terminal include the time at which the object normally begins to present—begin, and meanwhile the terminal can get the uplink delay—Df' downlink delay—Dt and bandwidth of the broadband network—Bandwidth under the current broadband network by sending an HRBM message or an ARQ message in the network: after Available Time and Asset Size attributes of available time of the broadband content are added in the signaling, a threshold—Threshold is set: if the downlink delay Dt is less than the Threshold, the delay is ignored and there is no need to allocate extra cache for the media content transferred by the broadband in the system: if Dt is more than the Threshold, the time interval in which the media content in the broadband is requested to be sent in advance is determined and a cache window is assigned to the terminal: if the network delay is large and Available Time provided by the content provider does not meet the condition that the advanced caching is kept in synchronization, the content transferred via the broadband network channel is discarded directly;
wherein the time interval in which the media content in the broadband is requested to be sent in advance is determined and a cache window is assigned to the terminal, and the specific solution is as follows:
1) adding AvailableTime and Asset Size attributes of the corresponding content in the signaling;
2) getting the uplink delay Df, downlink delay Dt and bandwidth of the broadband network Bandwidth by the client terminal under the current broadband network through the corresponding method in the network;
3) obtaining the available time of the corresponding media content Available Time by a client, normal play time begin and the size of the corresponding content Asset_Size by parsing the signaling;
4) if DtThreshold, the time window for the terminal to send a request and the size of cache assigned by the terminal are calculated by following method:
calculating a the time required for the service provider to transfer a content unit Data Transfer Time based on the size of a content unit and the bit rate in the current broadband environment;
if Available Time is “unknown” or there is no such attribute in CI, no processing is performed; if Available Time is “anytime”, it is required to skip this step and go to ?; if Available Time is a specific UTC time interval, the following judgment is made based on the earliest time:
Available_Time+Dt+Data_Transfer_Time if condition (1) is not met, indicating that the available time of the media content to be transferred is too late and the media content cannot reach the terminal in time under the current network delay, so the part of the content is required to be discarded; if condition (1) is met, indicating that the asynchronization problem caused by the current network delay is capable of being resolved through the advanced caching and the calculation in the next step is required;
calculating the time interval in which the media content is requested by the terminal to be sent in advance: wherein:
Earliest request time:
Earliest_Request_Time=Available_Time?Df  (2)
Latest request time:
Latest_Request_Time=begin?DrDf?Data_Transfer_Time  (3)
the actual request time is between these two times:
Earliest_Request_Time selecting a request time, the time at which the terminal is capable of beginning to receive the data of the service provider is:
Receive_Time=Actual_Request_Time+Dt+Df  (5)
the time to receive the data before the time from the terminal to begin is:
At=begin?Receive_Time  (6)
if Asset_Size attribute is given in CI, the size of the cache window assigned by the terminal is:
Buffer_Size=min{At*bitrate,Asset_Size}  (7)
if Asset Size attribute is not given in CI, the size of the cache window assigned by the terminal is:
Buffer_Size=At*bitrate  (8).
US Pat. No. 10,292,988

APPLICATIONS FOR ESTRONE IN PREPARING ANTI-OVARIAN CANCER AND/OR BREAST CANCER PRODUCTS

SHANGHAI JIAO TONG UNIVER...

1. A method for treating ER-negative breast cancer in a subject comprising administering an effective amount of estrone to a subject in need thereof.

US Pat. No. 10,209,135

METHOD FOR MEASURING MULTI-CHANNEL MISMATCH OF ULTRA-HIGH SPEED PHOTONIC SAMPLER AND MEASUREMENT COMPENSATION DEVICE THEREOF

Shanghai Jiao Tong Univer...

1. A method for measuring multi-channel mismatch of an ultra-high speed photonic sampler, comprisingsplitting a multi-channel optical pulse signal sequence to be tested into a first path of the signal sequence and a second path of the signal sequence by a 1×2 optical fiber coupler,
inputting the first path of the signal sequence into a spectrometer to obtain a first measurement result,
passing the second path of the signal sequence through a photodetector and inputting the second path of the signal sequence into an electrical spectrum analyzer to obtain a second measurement result,
outputting the first measurement result from the spectrometer and the second measurement result from the electrical spectrum analyzer respectively to a data analyzing and processing module,
calculating an amplitude ak as ak=|???+?Ek(ƒ)dƒ|2, wherein k equals to 1, 2, . . . , M, of each channel, M is a total number of all the channels, and Ek(ƒ) is an optical spectrum as measured by the spectrometer for the kth channel,
calculating ?k(ƒ) as

 as a Fourier transformation of uk(t), wherein the uk(t) is a normalized waveform of the kth channel, and
calculating a time delay ?k as

wherein Ck, k=1, 2, . . . , M are M spectrum peaks measured by the electrical spectrum analyzer, and Pk are M peaks of a radio frequency spectrum on an interval [0, ƒs]:

wherein Ts is a sampling period, ƒs=1/Ts, and RPD is a responsivity of the photodetector.

US Pat. No. 10,627,318

MECHANICAL HANDHELD HERMATIC SAMPLER FOR MARINE SEDIMENT AND SAMPLING, PRESSURE MATAINING METHOD THEREOF

Shanghai Jiao Tong Univer...

1. A mechanical handheld hermetic sampler for marine sediment, comprising a sampling assembly and a pressure keeper; wherein the sampling assembly comprises a sampling tube, a handle and an end cap; the sampling tube is fixed at a lower end surface of the end cap; the handle is fixed at an upper end surface of the end cap; a plurality of drainage holes are provided at a side wall of a top of the sampling tube; the sampling tube is insertable into the pressure keeper; and the end cap and the pressure keeper are connected in a sealed manner;the pressure keeper comprises a pressure maintaining cylinder, square blocks, a floating sealing ring and a sample discharging valve; a side wall of a top of the pressure maintaining cylinder is provided with a plurality of square block holes; the plurality of square block holes are provided along a radial direction of the pressure maintaining cylinder; and each of the square blocks is respectively provided in each of the square block holes; block casing corresponding to each square block is fixed on an outer wall of the pressure maintaining cylinder; and each square blocks are connected with the block casing through a compression spring, so that the square blocks elastically move in the square block holes along the radial direction of the pressure maintaining cylinder;
an upper end of an inner side wall of the pressure maintaining cylinder is provided with a stepped surface, the stepped surface is provided with a plurality of blinded spring holes; axis of each of the spring holes are parallel to an axis of the pressure maintaining cylinder; floating support springs are provided in the spring holes; the floating sealing ring is supported on the floating support springs; a radial sealing gasket is provided between the floating sealing ring and an inner wall of the pressure maintaining cylinder; the square blocks are provided above the floating sealing ring; the end cap is fastened between the square blocks and the floating sealing ring; and a bottom of an inner chamber of the pressure maintaining cylinder is connected to the sample discharging valve through a first pressure-resistant tube.
US Pat. No. 10,604,768

SOYBEAN EVENT SHZD32-01 AND METHOD OF USE THEREOF

Shanghai Jiao Tong Univer...

1. A soybean plant or part thereof, comprisinga soybean event SHZD32-01, wherein representative soybean seeds are deposited at China Center for Type Culture Collection (CCTCC), having an Accession No. P201513, an address at Wuhan university, Luojiashan, Wuchang, Wuhan, 430072, China; date of deposit is Aug. 18, 2015; and deposited biological material is described as soybean cultivated soybean species, soybean SHZD32-01 Glycine max (L) Merr.

US Pat. No. 10,605,921

FULL-SPECTRUM COVERING ULTRA WIDEBAND ALL PHOTONICS-BASED RADAR SYSTEM

Shanghai Jiao Tong Univer...

1. A full-spectrum covering ultra wideband full-photonics based radar system, comprisinga signal transmitter, the signal transmitter further comprising
a mode-locked laser having an output end,
a first dispersion module,
a first optical coupler having an input end, a first output end, and a second output end,
a second optical coupler having an input end,
a first optical filter having a filtering bandwidth,
a second dispersion module,
a second optical filter having a filtering bandwidth,
a first tunable time delay module,
a third optical coupler having an input end,
an optical amplifier, and
a first photodetector,
a transceiver module, the transceiver module further comprising
a band selector having an input end and more than two output ends,
a first electrical amplifier array having electrical amplifiers,
a T/R component array having T/R components,
an antenna array having antennas, and
a second electrical amplifier array, and
a signal receiver, the signal receiver further comprising
a third optical filter having a filtering bandwidth,
a second tunable time delay module,
an electro-optical modulator having an rf input end and an optical input end,
a third dispersion module,
a second photodetector,
an analog-digital conversion module, and
a signal processing module,
wherein the output end of the mode-locked laser is connected via the first dispersion module with the input end of the first optical coupler, and the first output end of the first optical coupler is connected with the input end of the second optical coupler;
the second optical coupler splits an optical path into a first optical path and a second optical path, with the first optical path traversing successively the first optical filter and the second dispersion module till the input end of the third optical coupler, and the second optical path traversing successively the second optical filter and the first tunable time delay module till the input end of the third optical coupler;
the third optical coupler couples a signal of the first optical path and of the second optical path respectively into one optical signal and outputs via the optical amplifier to enter the first photodetector;
the first photodetector converts the optical signal into an electrical signal and inputs to the input end of the band selector of the transceiver module, each of the output ends of the band selector is connected successively with the respective electrical amplifier of the first electrical amplifier array, the respective T/R component of the T/R component array, and the respective antenna of the antenna array, to form a channel for a respective waveband;
an echo signal of an electrical signal transmitted from the antenna array is returned by a to-be-detected target and passes successively via the respective antenna of the antenna array, the respective T/R component of the T/R array, and the second electrical amplifier array to form a target echo electrical signal to be inputted to the rf input end of the electro-optical modulator;
an optical signal of the second output end of the first optical coupler successively passes via the third optical filter and the second tunable time delay module to be inputted into the optical input end of the electro-optical modulator to form an optical pulse carrier wave;
the electro-optical modulator loads the target echo electrical signal onto the optical pulse carrier wave to form an echo modulation optical signal corresponding to the target echo electrical signal, with the echo modulation optical signal of the electro-optical modulator successively passing via the third dispersion module, the second photodetector, and the analog-digital conversion module to enter the signal processing module.

US Pat. No. 10,527,107

ROTATING ELECTRICAL WEDGE TORQUE TRANSMITTING DEVICE

GM Global Technology Oper...

1. A torque transmitting device comprising:a clutch housing rotatable about an axis;
a first set of clutch plates splined to the clutch housing for rotation therewith;
a second set of clutch plates interleaved with the first set and rotatable about the axis of rotation;
a push plate assembly splined to the clutch housing for rotation therewith;
a roller assembly including a roller housing splined to the clutch housing, a roller supporter housed in the roller housing, and a roller element supported by the roller supporter;
a wedge assembly including a wedge housing and a wedge block connected to the wedge housing; wherein the wedge assembly is disposed between the roller assembly and the first and second sets of clutch plates;
wherein the wedge block includes a ramp member defining a ramp surface with the roller element contacting the ramp surface; and
a motion converter disposed between the push plate assembly and the wedge housing such that axial movement of the push plate assembly causes rotation of the wedge assembly relative to the roller assembly.
US Pat. No. 10,441,591

APPLICATIONS FOR ETONOGESTREL IN PREPARING ANTI-PROSTATE CANCER PRODUCTS

SHANGHAI JIAO TONG UNIVER...

1. A method for treating prostate cancer in a subject comprising administering an effective amount of etonogestrel to the subject.

US Pat. No. 10,430,991

SYSTEM, APPARATUS, AND METHOD FOR OPTIMIZING A SCALABLE GPU VIRTUALIZATION

Shanghai Jiao Tong Univer...

1. A method for optimizing a scalable GPU virtualization, comprising:providing each vGPU of one or more vGPUs with a private shadow graphics translation table (GTT);
copying vGPU's private shadow GTT, along with a context switch, to a physical GTT wherein the private shadow GTT allows the one or more vGPUs to share an overlapped range of a global graphics memory space, wherein the global graphics memory space comprises a low global graphics memory space and a high global graphics memory space; and
dividing the high global graphics memory space into a plurality of first-slots with each vGPU occupying a number of adjacent first-slots, the number of adjacent first-slots occupying less than a total of the high global graphics memory space.
US Pat. No. 10,377,946

SELF-PASSIVATING QUANTUM DOT AND PREPARATION METHOD THEREOF

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1. A method of producing a self-passivating quantum dot, comprising:(1) adding an M precursor comprising a self-passivating element M to a quantum dot core precursor solution to form a quantum dot core doped with M; adding the quantum dot core doped with M and a solvent to a reaction vessel at 100-120° C., and vacuumizing the reaction vessel for 30-50 minutes;
(2) filling the reaction vessel with inert gas, and rising the temperature to 230-280° C.;
(3) injecting a coating material precursor solution into the reaction vessel for reaction to produce a self-passivating quantum dot with one layer of coating material, wherein the molar ratio of the coating material precursor solution to the quantum dot core is 1:1 or 2:1; and
(4) when a coating layer is multilayer, repeating step (3) to continually form the coating material outside of the self-passivating quantum dot prepared in step (3) to produce a self-passivating quantum dot with multilayer coating material;
wherein the self-passivating element M is selected from the group consisting of Al, Zr, Fe, Ti, Cr, Ta, Ni and Si.

US Pat. No. 10,243,885

METHOD FOR COMPLEX COLORING BASED PARALLEL SCHEDULING FOR SWITCHING NETWORK

Shanghai Jiao Tong Univer...

1. A method for complex coloring based parallel scheduling for a switching network, comprising:providing a N×N switching network having N input ports and N output ports, each of the N input ports being provided with an input buffer queue and sending at most one data cell in a timeslot, and each of the N output ports receiving at most one data cell in the timeslot at the same time, and a period of the timeslot f is a frame,
mapping the N×N switching network to a bipartite graph Gk=(V ?U, E) based on data cells of a kth frame having a vertex vi ?V representing one of the input ports i, a vertex uj ?U representing one of the output ports j, and an edge em (vi, uj) ?E representing an mth data cell going from the input port i to the output port j,
mapping timeslots for scheduling to a color set C={c1, c2, . . . , c?}, i, j=1, 2,. . . , N, while ? being the maximum vertex degree of all the vertexes,
splitting each of all the edges em (vi, uj) ?E of the bipartite graph to a pair of links, and coloring each of the links by the vertex connected thereto to ensure that the links connected to the same vertex are colored differently, which is called a consistent coloring of the bipartite graph,
performing color exchange operations on the vertexes to obtain a proper coloring scheme where the color of the two links belonging to the same edge are identically colored and all the edges connected to the same vertex are differently colored, and
successively setting up communication connections with corresponding input ports and output ports and sending corresponding data packets for data cell transmission after the proper coloring of the bipartite graph is obtained, where the connection pattern of the switch in the timeslot is determined by a set of edges with the color corresponding to the current timeslot.

US Pat. No. 10,653,705

APPLICATIONS FOR ESTRONE IN PREPARING ANTI-OVARIAN CANCER AND/OR BREAST CANCER PRODUCTS

SHANGHAI JIAO TONG UNIVER...

1. A method for treating ovarian cancer comprising administering an effective amount of estrone to a subject in need thereof.

US Pat. No. 10,646,940

MACHINING METHOD FOR THREE-DIMENSIONAL OPEN FLOW CHANNEL USING HIGH-SPEED ARC DISCHARGE LAYERED SWEEP

Shanghai Jiao Tong Univer...

1. A machining method for a three-dimensional open flow channel using high-speed arc discharge layered sweep, comprisingproviding a tool electrode comprising an installation shaft with an axial line and a plurality of flushing holes at bottom surface of the tool electrode, wherein the tool electrode moves in six degrees of freedom comprising linear movement in X, Y, and Z directions and rotational movement in A, B, and C axes around the X, Y, Z directions, respectively,
disposing the tool electrode on a main shaft of a machine tool and a work piece comprising an axial line on a rotary table of the machine tool,
arranging the axial line of the installation shaft of the tool electrode to be perpendicular to the axial line of the work piece, wherein the flushing holes at the bottom surface of the tool electrode are on a side perpendicular facing the axial line of the work piece,
forming a flushing circuit in a water-based working fluid in a water tank by the flushing holes at the bottom surface of the tool electrode and a water trough in the water tank,
respectively connecting the work piece and the tool electrode to two poles of a power source to form a discharging circuit in the water-based working fluid, wherein the water-base working fluid between the work piece and the tool electrode is a discharging medium that breaks down to form a discharging arc for material removal and surface machining of a three-dimensional open flow channel, and hydrodynamic arc breaking by the water-based working fluid as the discharging medium for flushing between the tool electrode and the work piece combines with pulsed electrical arc breaking,
feed driving the tool electrode along the X, Y, Z directions, and subsequently sweeping in small movement in a closed path in a plane or a curved surface perpendicular to the axial line of the installation shaft of the tool electrode, wherein the path of sweeping satisfies that moving the tool electrode in the path of sweeping and being coincident with removal of portion of the work piece forms an enveloped space that does not exceed a preset size of the machined cavity of the flow channel, and
performing layered sweeping machining of multiple layers of a single flow channel to form the three-dimensional open flow channel.

US Pat. No. 10,651,867

HIGH-SPEED AND HIGH-PRECISION PHOTONIC ANALOG-TO-DIGITAL CONVERSION DEVICE AND METHOD FOR REALIZING INTELLIGENT SIGNAL PROCESSING USING THE SAME

Shanghai Jiao Tong Univer...

1. A high-speed and high-precision photonic analog-to-digital conversion device for realizing intelligent signal processing, comprisinga high-speed photonic analog-to-digital conversion system, the high-speed photonic analog-digital conversion system comprising
a high-repetition-rate pulse light source having a first output port,
a photon sampling gate having a first input port and a second input port and a first output port,
a multi-channel demultiplexer module having a first input port and N output ports,
a parallelization photoelectric conversion module having N input ports and N output ports, and
a parallelization electronic-quantization module having N input ports and N output ports, and
a deep learning signal processing module, the deep learning signal processing module comprising
a signal source having a first output port,
a digital signal processor having an output port, and
a deep network having N+1 input ports,
wherein the first output port of the high-repetition-rate pulse light source is connected to the first input port of the photon sampling gate;
the second input port of the photon sampling gate is switchably connected to the first output port of the signal source in a training phase or to a sampling signal source in an application phase,
the first output port of the photon sampling gate is connected to the first input port of the multi-channel demultiplexer module,
an nth output port of the multi-channel demultiplexer module is connected to an nth input port of the parallelization photoelectric conversion module;
an nth output port of the parallelization photoelectric conversion module is connected to the nth input port of the parallelization electronic-quantization module;
the nth output port of the parallelization electronic-quantization module is connected to the nth input port of the deep network;
n is an integer in a range of from 1 to N; and
the deep network is a convolution neural network or a recurrent neural network that is implemented in a central processing unit (CPU), a graphic processing unit (GPU), a tensor processing unit (TPU), or a photonic neural network.

US Pat. No. 10,651,937

METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR HIGH-PRECISION LONG-DISTANCE DISTRIBUTED FIBER-OPTIC TIME TRANSFER

Shanghai Jiao Tong Univer...

1. A system for high-precision long-distance distributed fiber-optic time transfer, comprisinga first clock source,
a first fiber-optic time transfer unit (1),
N relay and user units,
M bidirectional optical amplifying units,
a second fiber-optic time transfer unit (2), and
a second clock source,
wherein the first clock source is connected to the first fiber-optic time transfer unit through an electrical connection;
the first fiber-optic time transfer unit, the N relay and user units, the M bidirectional optical amplifying units, and the second fiber-optic time transfer unit are connected by fiber to form a single-fiber bidirectional series path, the first fiber-optic time transfer unit and the second fiber-optic time transfer unit are respectively located at one and the other end of the single-fiber bidirectional series path, and the order of the N relay and user units and the M bidirectional optical amplifying units on the series path is arbitrary;
the second fiber-optic time transfer unit is connected to the second clock source through an electrical connection;
the timing signal output by the first clock source is transmitted through the first fiber-optic time transfer unit, along the single-fiber bidirectional series path, passes through the optical-electric-optical relay of the N relay and user units, and the optical amplification of the M bidirectional optical amplifying units, and reaches the second fiber-optic time transfer unit;
the timing signal of the second clock source is transmitted through the second fiber-optic time transfer unit, along the single-fiber bidirectional series path, passes through the optical-electric-optical relay of the N relay and user units in reverse, and the optical amplification of the M bidirectional optical amplifying units, and reaches the first fiber-optic time transfer unit;
the first fiber-optic time transfer unit measures the time interval between the timing signal from the second fiber-optic time transfer unit and the timing signal of the first clock source, and transmits the time interval to the relay and user units and the second fiber-optic time transfer unit through the single-fiber bidirectional series path;
the second fiber-optic time transfer unit measures the time interval between the timing signal from the first fiber-optic time transfer unit and the timing signal of the second clock source, and transmits the time interval to the relay and user units and the first fiber-optic time transfer unit through the single-fiber bidirectional series path; and
the first fiber-optic time transfer unit (1), the set relay and user units, and the second fiber-optic time transfer unit (2) obtain the time difference between the local timing signal of each unit and the timing signal of the first clock source according to the measured time interval information they received, thereby realizing high-precision distributed time transfer.

US Pat. No. 10,584,595

COOLING DEVICE WITH SMALL STRUCTURED RIB-DIMPLE HYBRID STRUCTURES

SHANGHAI JIAO TONG UNIVER...

1. A cooling device with structured rib-dimple hybrid structures, comprising a substrate, a cooling channel, a plurality of structured rib-dimple hybrid structures, whereinthe cooling channel is disposed on a wall surface of the substrate;
the structured rib-dimple hybrid structures are also disposed on the wall surface, forming an array of structured rib-dimple hybrid structures, the structured rib-dimple hybrid structures being in a staggered arrangement or in a longitudinal arrangement on the wall surface;
each of the structured rib-dimple hybrid structures is an integrated structure, which comprises one dimple with one structured rib at an upstream wall surface;
wherein the structured rib is composed of two ribs forming a V-shape rib with a closed apex, each structured rib is positioned upstream each dimple with the closed apex of the V-shape rib pointing toward the coming fluid flow and the opening of the V-shape rib pointing toward the downstream dimple;
the width of the structured rib is not larger than 2.0 mm, and the height thereof is not larger than 2.0 mm.

US Pat. No. 10,527,107

ROTATING ELECTRICAL WEDGE TORQUE TRANSMITTING DEVICE

GM Global Technology Oper...

1. A torque transmitting device comprising:a clutch housing rotatable about an axis;
a first set of clutch plates splined to the clutch housing for rotation therewith;
a second set of clutch plates interleaved with the first set and rotatable about the axis of rotation;
a push plate assembly splined to the clutch housing for rotation therewith;
a roller assembly including a roller housing splined to the clutch housing, a roller supporter housed in the roller housing, and a roller element supported by the roller supporter;
a wedge assembly including a wedge housing and a wedge block connected to the wedge housing; wherein the wedge assembly is disposed between the roller assembly and the first and second sets of clutch plates;
wherein the wedge block includes a ramp member defining a ramp surface with the roller element contacting the ramp surface; and
a motion converter disposed between the push plate assembly and the wedge housing such that axial movement of the push plate assembly causes rotation of the wedge assembly relative to the roller assembly.

US Pat. No. 10,454,366

CURRENT SENSORLESS CONTROL METHOD FOR DAB-BASED SINGLE STAGE ISOLATED PFC CONVERTERS

Shanghai Jiao Tong Univer...

1. A current sensorless control system for DAB-based single stage isolated PFC converters, comprisinga diode rectifier circuit, the diode rectifier circuit further comprising
a full rectified bridge having four diodes D1, D2, D3, and D4,
a DC bus having an anode and a cathode, and
an input AC voltage source uin;
a DAB converter power main circuit, the DAB converter power main circuit further comprising
an input filter capacitor Ci having an anode and a cathode,
an output filter capacitor Co having an anode and a cathode,
a primary single-phase full-bridge H1, the primary single-phase full-bridge H1 having 4 fully controlled switching devices, S1, S2, S3, and S4, an AC side, and a DC bus with an anode and a cathode, and each of the fully controlled switching devices, S1, S2, S3, and S4 having a input port for control signal,
a secondary single-phase full-bridge H2, the secondary single-phase full-bridge H2 having 4 fully controlled switching devices, Q1, Q2, Q3, and Q4, an AC side, and a DC bus with an anode and a cathode, and each of the fully controlled switching devices, Q1, Q2, Q3, and Q4 having a input port for control signal,
a high frequency isolating transformer having a primary side and a secondary side,
a high frequency inductor L, and
a controller having output ports for switching signal that correspond to the input ports for control signal of the switching devices S1, S2, S3, and S4 of the primary single-phase full-bridge H1 and the input ports for control signal of the switching devices Q1, Q2, Q3, and Q4 of the secondary single-phase full-bridge H2, respectively, and
an EMI filter, the EMI filter further comprising
a filter inductor Ldi,
a filter inductor Lfi, and
a damping resistance Rdi;
wherein the controller comprises
an A/D sampling step having two signal input ports for sampling an input voltage uin of a PFC converter and an output voltage vout of a bus, respectively,
a PI controller,
a double frequency pulsating digital filtering step being a second-order band rejection filter, and
a modulation unit having output ports corresponding to the input ports of the for control signal of the switching devices S1, S2, S3, and S4 of the primary single-phase full-bridge H1 and the input ports for control signal of the switching devices Q1, Q2, Q3, and Q4 of the secondary single-phase full-bridge H2, respectively;
the anode of the DC bus of the primary single-phase full-bridge H1 is connected to the anode of the input filter capacitor Ci, the cathode of the DC bus of the primary single-phase full-bridge H1 is connected to the cathode of the input filter capacitor Ci, and the AC side of the primary single-phase full-bridge H1 is connected to the primary side of the high frequency isolating transformer through the high frequency inductor L;
the anode of the DC bus of the secondary single-phase full-bridge H2 is connected to the anode of the output filter capacitor Co, the cathode of the DC bus of the secondary single-phase full-bridge H2 is connected to the cathode of the output filter capacitor Co, the AC side of the secondary single-phase full-bridge H2 is connected to the secondary side of the high frequency isolating transformer, and a ratio of the high frequency isolating transformer is N:1;
the input ports for control signal of the switching devices S1, S2, S3, and S4 of the primary single-phase full-bridge H1 and the input ports for control signal of the switching devices Q1, Q2, Q3, and Q4 of the secondary single-phase full-bridge H2 are connected to the corresponding output ports for switching signal of the controller, respectively;
the filter inductor Ldi is connected in series with the filter inductor Lfi, the damping resistance Rdi is connected in parallel with the filter inductor Ldi in the EMI filter;
the cathode of the DC bus of the diode rectifier circuit is connected to the cathode of the input filter capacitor Ci, the filter inductor Lfi is connected to the anode of the input filter capacitor Ci, the anode of the DC bus of the diode rectifier circuit is connected to the filter inductor Ldi; and
the controller adopts a digital control mode, the A/D sampling step samples an input voltage uin of a PFC converter and an output voltage vout of the bus and converts an analog signal to a digital signal, a double frequency pulsation included in the output voltage vout is filtered by the second-order band rejection filter and sent by the PI controller as an output x; and the modulation unit modulates the output x of the PI controller into a switch control signal after amplitude limiting.