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  • MONITORING CONTROL SYSTEM

    Provided is a monitoring control system with which it is possible to make the work from the start command to the completion of a field operation more efficient. This monitoring control system is provided with at least one system-monitoring control sub-system for controlling the monitoring of a power transmission system, and at least one distribution-monitoring control sub-system for controlling the monitoring of a power distribution system. The system-monitoring control sub-system and the distribution-monitoring control sub-system are each provided with: an operation procedure creation unit which creates an operation procedure prescribing the procedure for an operation relating to equipment provided to an electrical power system comprising the power transmission system and the power distribution system; and an operation unit which, in cases in which a field operation for which remote operation of the equipment is not possible is included in the operation procedure, transmits a start confirmation command for confirming whether or not to start the field operation and the operation procedure for the field operation to a field terminal associated with the field operation. The monitoring control system controls the monitoring of the power transmission system and the power distribution system on the basis of the operation procedure.
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  • MONITORING CONTROL SYSTEM

    Provided is a monitoring control system with which it is possible to make data linkage between systems more efficient. The monitoring control system is provided with at least one system-monitoring control sub-system for controlling the monitoring of a power transmission system, at least one distribution-monitoring control sub-system for controlling the monitoring of a power distribution system, a computation server for storing shutdown plan names relating to the shutdown of the power transmission system and the shutdown of the power distribution system, and a network for connecting the system-monitoring control sub-system, the distribution-monitoring control sub-system, and the computation server. Monitoring of the power transmission system and the power distribution system is controlled on the basis of the shutdown plan name.
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  • YOGURT PRODUCTION METHOD

    The purpose of the present invention is to provide a method for producing a low-fat high-protein yogurt which feels smooth in the mouth, is resistant to syneresis, and has excellent shape retainability, the method being characterized by adding protein glutaminase and starch to raw milk.
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  • METHOD FOR PRODUCING VEGETABLE PROTEIN-CONTAINING FOOD

    Provided is a vegetable protein-containing food having an excellent texture, preferably also having good flavor/taste. The vegetable protein-containing food can be produced by adding transglutaminase and glucose oxidase or adding transglutaminase, glucose oxidase and phospholipase to a food raw material containing a vegetable protein.
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  • LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY DEVICE

    This liquid crystal display device has: a liquid crystal panel having a curved shape; and an edge-light-type backlight that has a light source and a light guide plate, and that emits light from a rear surface of the liquid crystal panel. The light guide plate has: a main surface section formed in the same curved shape as the liquid crystal panel; and a curved edge section that extends in a curve from the main surface section. The light source has a plurality of light-emitting elements that are disposed so as to face an end surface of the curved edge section.
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  • CHEESE PRODUCTION METHOD AND PREPARATION FOR CHEESE REFORMULATION

    Provided are a cheese production method and a preparation for cheese reformulation. A good-quality cheese is obtained by producing cheese by processing a milk raw material, such as ultra-pasteurized milk, using a component such as a reductant.
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  • JOINT PROCESSING METHOD AND DOME MEMBER

    This joint processing method comprises: a friction stir welding step S2 for forming a joint 7 in a plate 5 by friction stir welding a groove 6 in the plate 5; a plastic working step S4 for plastic working the joint 7 under plastic working conditions such that the crystal grain diameter in the joint is not more than the crystal grain diameter of an aluminum alloy in the groove 6 prior to the friction stir welding step S2; and a solutionizing processing step S5 for, subsequent to the plastic working step S4, solutionizing the plate 5. This joint processing method can suppress roughening of the crystal grains of the joint formed by friction stir welding.
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  • METHOD AND DEVICE FOR FRICTION STIR WELDING

    The purpose of the present invention is to perform, in a preferable manner, friction stir welding of a part of a metal material to be welded by minimizing the occurrence of welding defects while minimizing the load applied to a rotary tool even when there is change in the thickness of the part to be welded. The present invention is provided with: a first friction stir welding step for forming a first stirred region (E1) in a groove part (6); and a second friction stir welding step for moving, after or simultaneously with the first friction stir welding step, a second rotary tool arranged on the lower side in the thickness direction with respect to the groove part (6) while rotating the second rotary tool, whereby a second stirred region (E2) is formed in the groove part (6). The first stirred region (E1) reaches the interior of the groove part (6) from the upper side of the groove part (6), and the second stirred region (E2) reaches the interior from the lower side of the groove part (6). The first stirred region (E1) and the second stirred region (E2) overlap with each other in the interior of the groove part (6) in the thickness direction.
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  • METHOD FOR PRODUCING HEAT-GENERATING ELEMENT SEALED ARTICLE

    This method for producing an induction device (heat-generating element) sealed article (10) comprises: a step for providing, on one surface of a substrate (4), an uncured layer (5A) made of a first resin composition; a step for bonding an induction device (heat-generating element) (1) to the uncured layer (5A) by placing the induction device (1) on the uncured layer (5A) and heating the uncured layer (5A) while applying pressure such that the substrate (4) and the induction device (1) approach one another across the uncured layer (5A); and a step for obtaining a joining layer (5) that joins the induction device (1) and the substrate (4) by supplying a second resin composition in a molten state onto said one surface side of the substrate (4) so as to cover the uncured layer (5A) and the induction device (1), and then curing or solidifying the uncured layer (5A) while shaping the molten-state second resin composition, and also for obtaining a sealing part (6) that seals the induction device (1) by curing the second resin composition.
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  • HEAT-GENERATING ELEMENT SEALED ARTICLE

    This induction device (heat-generating element) sealed article (10) comprises: a substrate (4) having a joining layer (5) formed on one surface thereof; an induction device (heat-generating element) (1) that is supported on the substrate (4) by means of the joining layer (5); and a sealing part (6) that seals the induction device (1) by covering the joining layer (5) and the induction device (1). The joining layer (5) is constituted by a cured product or a solidified product of a first resin composition mainly including a resin material and a filler. The sealing part (6) is constituted by a cured product of a second resin composition including a first thermosetting resin. The induction device (1) includes a core part (2), and a coil (3) formed by winding a wire-shaped element around the core part (2). Gaps (35) are formed in the coil (3) in a state where the wire-shaped element is wound around the core part (2). A portion of the coil (3) is embedded in the joining layer (5) such that a portion of the joining layer (5) enters a portion of the gaps (35).
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  • In reply: Flawed analytical method used for reference glucose

    Nakadate, Yosuke   Sato, Hiroaki   Roque, Patricia   Sato, Tamaki   Matsukawa, Takashi   Wykes, Linda   Kawakami, Akiko   Schricker, Thomas  

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  • Impact of Stellar Superflares on Planetary Habitability

    Yamashiki, Yosuke A.   Maehara, Hiroyuki   Airapetian, Vladimir   Notsu, Yuta   Sato, Tatsuhiko   Notsu, Shota   Kuroki, Ryusuke   Murashima, Keiya   Sato, Hiroaki   Namekata, Kosuke   Sasaki, Takanori   Scott, Thomas B.   Bando, Hina   Nashimoto, Subaru   Takagi, Fuka   Ling, Cassandra   Nogami, Daisaku   Shibata, Kazunari  

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  • Appearance and modulation of a reactive temporal-lobe 8–10-Hz tau-rhythm

    Yokosawa, Koichi   Murakami, Yui   Sato, Hiroaki  

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  • Epidemiological survey of acute low-tone sensorineural hearing loss

    Sato, Hiroaki   Kuwashima, Shigeru   Nishio, Shin-ya   Kitoh, Ryosuke   Fukuda, Satoshi   Hara, Akira   Hato, Naohito   Ikezono, Tetsuo   Ishikawa, Kotaro   Iwasaki, Satoshi   Kaga, Kimitaka   Matsubara, Atsushi   Matsunaga, Tatsuo   Murata, Takaaki   Naito, Yasushi   Nakagawa, Takashi   Nishizaki, Kazunori   Noguchi, Yoshihiro   Ogawa, Kaoru   Sano, Hajime   Sone, Michihiko   Shojaku, Hideo   Takahashi, Haruo   Tono, Testuya   Yamashita, Hiroshi   Yamasoba, Tatsuya   Usami, Shin-ichi  

    Objectives: A nationwide epidemiological survey involving 23 hospitals in Japan was conducted and the predictive values of demographic data were examined statistically. Methods: A total of 642 patients from 23 hospitals, including 20 university hospitals, in Japan were enrolled in the study. Age ranged from 8 to 87 years, and all were diagnosed with acute low-tone sensorineural hearing loss (ALHL) between 1994 and 2016. Demographic data for the patients, such as symptoms, gender, mean age, and distribution of ALHL grading, were collected and analyzed in relation to prognosis using Student's t-test, chi(2) test and logistic regression. Results: Female gender (p< .013), younger age (p< .001), low-grade hearing loss (p< .001), and shorter interval between onset and initial visit (p< .004) were significantly predictive of a good prognosis. The prognosis for definite ALHL was significantly better than that for probable ALHL (p< .007). Conclusions: The severity of initial hearing loss, interval between onset and initial visit and age were important prognostic indicators for ALHL, while female gender was an important prognostic indicator peculiar to ALHL.
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  • Rapid monitoring of RNA degradation activity in vivo for mammalian cells

    Tani, Hidenori   Sato, Hiroaki   Torimura, Masaki  

    We have developed a rapid fluorescence assay based on fluorescence resonance energy transfer (FRET) for the monitoring of RNA degradation activity in mammalian cells. In this technique, double-stranded RNA (dsRNA) fluorescent probes are used. The dsRNA fluorescent probes consist of a 5' fluorophore-labeled strand hybridized to a 3' quencher-labeled strand, and the fluorescent dye is quenched by a quencher dye. When the dsRNA is degraded by nascent RNases in cells, the fluorescence emission of the fluorophore is induced following the degradation of the double strands. The degradation rates of the dsRNA are decelerated in response to chemical or environmental toxicity; therefore, in the case of cellular toxicity, the dsRNA is not degraded and remains intact, thus quenching the fluorescence. Unlike in conventional cell-counting assays, this new assay eliminates time-consuming steps, and can be used to simply evaluate the cellular toxicity via a single reaction. Our results demonstrate that this assay can rapidly quantify the RNA degradation rates in vivo within 4 h for three model chemicals. We propose that this assay will be useful for monitoring cellular toxicity in high-throughput applications. (C) 2017, The Society for Biotechnology, Japan. All rights reserved.
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  • Effect of hydrothermal conditions on production of coal organic microspheres

    Zheng, Qingxin   Morimoto, Masato   Fouquet, Thierry   Sato, Hiroaki   Takanohashi, Toshimasa  

    Coal organic microspheres (COM), a novel material originated from the organic components of coal, were obtained from brown coal directly using a one-step treatment in a flow of water. Here, we studied in detail the effect of hydrothermal conditions on morphology, yield, elemental composition, functional groups, and molecular composition of COM, at temperatures of 250, 300, 350, and 380 degrees C, pressures of 4, 10, 20, and 24 MPa, and holding times of 0, 30, 60, and 90 min. The holding time influences COM production: longer holding time leads to higher yields and larger particle size. The hydrothermal temperature and pressure, which control the properties of water, have a significant influence on the yield, shape, and particle size of COM. The properties of water affect the COM yields as follows: 1) when the phase of water is liquid, the lower density, viscosity, and static dielectric constant gives higher yields; 2) the yield obtained in supercritical water is higher than that in subcritical water; 3) phase transformation of water from liquid to gas decreases the yield. Additionally, the particle size of COM can be controlled by the temperature, and the pressure affects the shape of COM greatly; even nanosized particles are produced at 350 degrees C and 10 MPa. From the molecular composition results, low-molecular weight compounds with small double bond equivalents decompose under supercritical water condition. Large amounts of organic compounds in brown coal are thermally decomposed and extracted under hydrothermal conditions, and then spherical COM particles form and grow from small to big during the cooling process. These results are helpful for clarifying the formation mechanism of COM, and enable control of COM yield and properties.
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