Identifying likely failure points in a digital data processing system

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The Digital Equipment Corporation patent solves the following problem:

The invention relates generally to the field of digital data processing systems, and more specifically to mechanisms for diagnosing faults and errors in the system.

Our analysis of this patent is as follows:

Digital Equipment Corporation’s patent US 5090014 A deals with Identifying likely failure points in a digital data processing system.
An expert system for determining the probability of failure of a unit in a computer system. The operating system of the computer system maintains a log of errors that occurred for each unit in the computer system. If a predetermined number of errors entered into the log for a specific unit, the expert system retrieves the entries mistakes related to units and processes them to determine if a failure is likely to happen. In this, the processing performed by system experts arranged so that trials related substances increase the particularity, and reduction in overall, fulfilled human trials the overall components.

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System for sulfonating mechanical pulp fibers

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The Bear Island Paper Company patent solves the following problem:

This invention relates to a new and better systems and processes to improve the mechanical wood pulp fibers that have applications in the production, processing and adaptation of mechanical pulp in a manner to give a product that fit to make the quality of newsprint and groundwood specialties. It provides an answer to a number of problems that existed for a considerable number of years. These problems derive from the fact that according to the existing prior art it was important to add a substantial number of costly chemical pulp in a given amount of mechanical pulp that may become ot a consequence of pulp that is satisfactory for the production of newsprint or groundwood specialties such as supercalendered or light weight coated paper. Not only the chemical pulp expensive and increase the cost but its nature is such that the chemicals tend to adversely affect the desirable properties of mechanical pulp must be accompanied. Furthermore the addition of chemical pulp found that inherently limit the Optical and printing properties of the products of the joint paper pulp is applied. Another important bad thing is that the chemical pulp is a low yield pulp. These evidences both a resource and an environmental problem because our supply of wood and became seriously depleted.

Our analysis of this patent is as follows:

Bear Island Paper Company’s patent US 5089089 A deals with System for sulfonating mechanical pulp fibers.
A two stage sulfonation system includes a mixing tank, a holding tank, a thickening press, a pressurized container, and a strong recovery press in subsequent relationships. A sodium sulfite generation units connected to maintain a supply of sodium sulfite solution in a tank to carry out a controlled amount of said solution is metered and injected into the mixing tank. Drink obtained thickening press cycled back into the mixing tank. Drink to get recovery press moved to an intermediate tank and then transferred to the unit sodium sulfite generations, fortified with fresh sodium sulfite and sent to the holding tank to maintain in it a proper supply service system. The system is designed to receive mechanical pulp, a slurry form, first introduced to the mixing tank together with a metered charge of sodium sulfite solution from the holding tank, the sodium sulfite in the a level from 40 to 200 g / l. solution is mixed with slurry to give a relatively uniform and close contact with its fiber content. This slurry is transferred to a holding tank and held under a sub-boiling temperatures between 140 to 210 degrees F., a first stage sulfonated fiber content. slurry is then passed into the pressurized vessel, the way in which it will be subjected to an urgent action, taking natural drink that contains a majority of the original charge of sodium sulfite directed to the mixing tank. The second stage sulfonation occur in pressurized vessels, a fiber after refining suited for use as pulp newsprint or specialty paper grades, with no need for addition to conventional chemical pulp.

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Dual coil spring lingual arch

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The Polanco Julio R patent solves the following problem:

In the field of orthodontics has changed significantly over the past few decades. A substantial part of this change is due to the development of improved appliances for use in the field. Old fashioned "staff" have largely replaced with better appliances as described in US Pat. No. 4,354,833, issued on Fijita and described in US Pat. No. 4,571,179, issued to Balenseifen. The modern appliances usually placed in ( "lingual") of the teeth and thus invisible when installed. This feature alone greatly increases the willingness of patients that the device is put in place, and thus increases the incidence of successful treatment.

Our analysis of this patent is as follows:

Polanco Julio R’s patent US 5087196 A deals with Dual coil spring lingual arch.
A two coil lingual arch (10) appliance for use in the field of orthodontics disclosed. Molar tooth (36, 38) that are displaced distally through a main arch wire (14) while the front teeth (40) are displaced forward by a secondary arch wire (20). The main arch wire (14) will be included in a tooth (36, 38) with a pair of new bands (42, 44), and the secondary arch wire (20) is attached to the main arch wire (14) in a pair of spring junctions (30, 32). Come spring meeting (30, 32) in the secondary arch wire (20) wound around the main arch wire (14) to form a pair of spring coils (24, 26). In use, after the first arch wire (14) to anchor the new tooth (36, 38) in the secondary arch wire activate a practitioner in the works to extend the spring coils (24, 26), while the new pressure on the teeth (36, 38) is a personal set by preforming the main arch wire (14). Thus, the amount of force used on the front teeth (40) is independent of the amount of force used in the bag, the teeth (36, 38).

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