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  • IN-WHEEL MOTOR DRIVE DEVICE

    This in-wheel motor drive device (10) comprises: a wheel hub bearing section (11) having an outer ring (13), an inner ring (12) which is inserted through the center hole of the outer ring and which protrudes from the outer ring in one of the directions of an axis (O), a plurality of rolling bodies (14) which are arranged in multiple rows in the annular space between the outer ring and the inner ring, and an affixation bolt (15) which affixes the outer ring to a non-rotating member (102); and a brake disc (55) having a connection portion (58) which connects to one axial end of the inner ring, a circular cylinder portion (57) which extends from the connection portion in the other of the directions of the axis and which is disposed coaxial with the inner ring, and a flange-like friction disc portion (56) extending to the outer diameter side from the other axial end of the circular cylinder portion. At least some of the fastening bolts are received in the space inside the circular cylinder portion.
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  • ELECTRICAL WIRE ROUTING STRUCTURE FOR IN-WHEEL MOTOR

    The routing structure is provided with: a terminal box (26) disposed on an in-wheel motor drive device (10); a damper (74) coupled to the in-wheel motor drive device at one end and to a vehicle-side member at the other end; electrical wires (82) connected to the terminal box at one end and to an electrical device disposed on the vehicle-side member at the other end; and a shielding member (Ws). A first member (Ws) and second member (74) selected from among the terminal box, the damper, and the shielding member face each other with a space (S) therebetween, the remaining third member (26) is positioned adjacent to the space, the space is open on the side opposite to the third member, and in the space is disposed a pull-out portion (82b) of the electrical wires which extends as though pulled out from the terminal box.
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  • IN-WHEEL MOTOR DRIVE DEVICE

    This in-wheel motor drive device is provided with: a casing (25) for containing a motor; three motor-side terminals (43) which, within the casing, are each provided to one end of a corresponding one of three internal power lines extending from the motor; three external side terminals (45) each provided to one end of a corresponding one of three external power lines (44) routed from the outside into the casing; three electrically conductive members (52a-52c) for individually connecting the three motor-side terminals and the three external side terminals; and three sockets (53a-53c) for containing the electrically conductive members. At least one (53b, 53c) of the three sockets is supported by the casing at a plurality of longitudinal locations.
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  • SUSPENSION STRUCTURE FOR IN-WHEEL MOTOR DRIVE DEVICE

    A suspension structure (10) for an in-wheel motor drive device is provided with: a carrier (31) having an upper connection point (32c) and a lower connection point (32d), which connect to the in-wheel motor drive device (11), and holding the in-wheel motor drive device so that the in-wheel motor drive device can be steered about a king pin (K) passing through the connection points; and an arm member (21) having a free end (22) which connects to the carrier and a base end (23) which connects to a vehicle body-side member, the free end being rockable in the vertical direction relative to the base end.
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  • PTP BLISTER SHEET, AND PTP BLISTER PACK FORMED FROM SAME

    Provided are a PTP blister sheet exhibiting excellent long-term adsorption effects, and a PTP blister pack formed from the same. The PTP blister sheet has at least a gas barrier layer (1) and an odor absorption layer (2), and is characterized in that the odor adsorption layer (2) comprises a heat-sealable resin containing an odor absorption agent, and the odor absorption agent is formed by a chemical adsorption agent being supported on an inorganic porous body. The PTP blister pack is formed from the PTP blister sheet.
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  • HYGROSCOPIC PACKAGING CONTAINER

    Provided is a hygroscopic packaging container which eliminates the necessity of filling a moisture absorbent and which has satisfactory working efficiency and is highly effective in moisture absorption. The hygroscopic packaging container is obtained from two gas-barrier multilayer films each comprising a gas-barrier layer and a heat-sealable layer, by stacking the gas-barrier multilayer films so that the surface of one of the heat-sealable layers overlies that of the other and heat-sealing the peripheral parts of the layers, at least one heat-sealable layer of the two gas-barrier multilayer films being a hygroscopic heat-sealable layer.
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  • CONDUCTIVE POROUS LAYER FOR BATTERY, AND MANUFACTURING METHOD FOR SAME

    The present invention addresses the problem of providing a conductive porous layer for a battery in which the adhesion between a conductive porous substrate and the conductive porous layer is excellent, and in which the pores in the conductive porous layer are not crushed. This conductive porous layer for a battery comprises a layered body having a first conductive layer and a second conductive layer. The first conductive layer and the second conductive layer each contain a conductive carbon material and a high molecular weight polymer, and the Tg of the high molecular weight polymer contained in the first conductive layer is at least 30°C higher than the Tg of the high molecular weight polymer contained in the second conductive layer.
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  • CONDUCTIVE POROUS LAYER FOR BATTERIES AND FABRICATION METHOD FOR SAME

    This conductive porous layer for batteries comprises a multilayer body having a first conductive layer and a second conductive layer. The first conductive layer includes at least a conductive carbon material and a high molecular weight polymer. The second conductive layer includes at least a conductive carbon material and a high molecular weight polymer. The conductive porous layer fulfills at least one of the following two conditions: "the high molecular weight polymer in the first conductive layer is more densely present in the surface of the first conductive layer that is in contact with the second conductive layer than in the surface of the first conductive layer that is not in contact with the second conductive layer" and "the high molecular weight polymer in the second conductive layer is more densely present in the surface of the second conductive layer that is in contact with the first conductive layer than in the surface of the second conductive layer that is not in contact with the first conductive layer". This makes it possible to provide a conductive porous layer with favorable adhesion between the first conductive layer and the second conductive layer and reduced film thickness variation in each conductive layer. This conductive porous layer can be used for fuel cell batteries and metal-air batteries and the like.
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  • RANGE HOOD

    A range hood capable of forming an air curtain increasing capture performance. The range hood placed above a cooking device has a suction opening placed facing the cooking device and sucking air and also has an ejection opening circumferentially extending around at least a portion of the suction opening and ejecting air that forms the air curtain directed toward the cooking device. The range hood has ejection condition control means for causing the air curtain to reach the vicinity of the cooking device in a shielding manner and, depending on the amount of air sucked from the suction opening, controls air that forms the air curtain such that the air is not affected by a suction airflow.
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  • Verification of the system of defect inspection on patterned wafers using sub-200 nm wavelength light - art. no. 615226

    Takahashi, Tetsuo   Miyazakia, Yoko   Tanaka, Toshihiko   Terasawa, Tsuneo   Takeuchi, Naoya  

    Bright-field inspection is still strongly required for 45 rim semiconductor device processes to detect several kinds of defects on patterned wafers. We have been carrying out verification of our defect inspection system using sub-200nm wavelength light. As part of the verification work, we evaluated the system's inspection imaging characteristics by using a pilot POC tool and by simulations. The image evaluation system used has a sub-200 nm wavelength light source. Two kinds of magnifications, 100x or 250x, can be selected. Test wafers with the same patterns and programmed defects were used. Simultaneously, UV (365 nm) images were taken by an inspection tool. The results of the reflectivity simulations suggest that the average reflectance at 198 nm is basically the same as that for present inspection wavelengths. A three dimensional electromagnetic simulator was used to evaluate the images of patterns and programmed defects described above. Image contrasts for Line & Spaces were also calculated. It is confirmed from both the experimental and simulation results that (1) sub-200 nm images are superior to UV images in contrast, and that (2) the image contrast improves with increasing magnification because of a reduction in pixel size. Further, a quantitative defect detection procedure was taken to identify programmed defects. Several sizes of extrusion defects were evaluated. Examination of the differential images under the three optical conditions showed that sub-200 nm light and 250x were most desirable, followed by sub-200 nm light and 100x. Sub-200 nm provided an enough pixel grey level difference value to detect extrusion defects down to 50 nm.
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  • MEMBRANE-ELECTRODE ASSEMBLY FOR FUEL CELL, MANUFACTURING METHOD THEREOF, AND SOLID POLYMER FUEL CELL USING MEMBRANE-ELECTRODE ASSEMBLY

    By layering a gas expansion layer, which has a first conductive layer comprising a specific conductive carbon material and a specific high molecular weight polymer, on a catalyst layer in such a way that the catalyst layer and the first conductive layer are in contact and the high molecular weight polymer in the first conductive layer is present with greater density at the surface in contact with the catalyst layer than at the surface not in contact with the catalyst layer, it is possible to provide a membrane-electrode assembly having strong adhesion between the catalyst layer and gas expansion layer. In addition, by further employing a gas expansion layer, which has a second conductive layer comprising a specific conductive carbon material and a specific high molecular weight polymer, on the first conductive layer and layering the gas expansion layer on the catalyst layer in such a way that the high molecular weight polymer in the first conductive layer is present with greater density at the surface in contact with the catalyst layer than at the surface in contact with the second conductive layer and the high molecular weight polymer in the second conductive layer is present with greater density at the surface in contact with the first conductive layer than at the surface not in contact with the first conductive layer, it is possible to provide a membrane-electrode assembly for a fuel cell that suppresses positional offset between the catalyst layer and a conductive porous layer and between the conductive porous layer and a conductive porous base material.
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