Akashi Akira, Takata Kazutaka, Hasegawa Susumu: Novel microorganism and method of treating organic solid matters with the use of the microorganism. Kobelco Eco Solutions, May 24, 2006: EP1659171-A1 (38 worldwide citation)

An object of the present invention is to provide a novel microorganism which has an excellent ability to solubilize a variety of organic solid matter such as biological sludge including raw sludge and excess sludge discharged from sewage treating processes at sewage treatment plants, night soil trea ...


Ueno Katsuhiro, Ohmura Yoshiaki, Moroi Reimei, Akashi Akira, Arimoto Masahiro, Kasahara Akira: Pyrimidinylpyrazole derivatives and methods for preparing the same. Daiichi Seiyaku, March 27, 1973: US3723433 (9 worldwide citation)

Pyrimidinylpyrazole derivatives, having the formula: ##SPC1##Wherein R.sub.3 and R.sub.5 are each hydrogen or alkyl of one to five carbon atoms, Py is a pyrimidinyl group optionally substituted by alkyl of one to five carbon atoms, alkoxy of one to five carbon atoms, and/or halogen, Z is N-(optional ...


Akashi Akira, Kadohara Terutake: Automatic focusing apparatus for single-shot/automatic-shot camera using accumulation sensors. Canon, March 28, 1990: GB2223140-A (7 worldwide citation)

A camera has a single shot mode and an automatic mode. A focus detection arrangement uses an accumulation type sensor unit SNS (01, 02, 11, 12) followed by an amplifier, the gain of the amplifier being switched between two states in dependence on the mode of operation. Accumulation times of the sens ...

Akashi Akira, Kadohara Terutake: Automatic focusing apparatus for camera using accumulation sensors. Canon, March 28, 1990: GB2223139-A (5 worldwide citation)

In an automatic focusing apparatus for a camera, accumulation times of signals from the sensors SNS (01, 02, 11, 12) are independently controlled so that none of the signals exceed the dynamic range of the processing system. A plurality of sensors may independently detect focus states of a plurality ...

Hasegawa Susumu, Akashi Akira, Fukui Takahiro, Katsura Kenji, Miura Masahiko: Method and apparatus for sludge reduction in an aerobic waste water treatment system. Shinko Pantec Kabushika Kaisha, June 23, 1999: EP0924168-A1 (5 worldwide citation)

Provided is a method and apparatus for treating organic waste water, which are capable of realizing compact equipment by reducing the quantity of a sludge to be treated. Organic waste water (A) is subjected to an aerobic biological treatment in biological treatment tank (3). Then, solution (B) obtai ...

Akashi Akira C O Canon Kabushi: Focus detecting apparatus and camera provided with the same.. Canon, May 15, 1991: EP0427292-A2 (4 worldwide citation)

A focus detecting apparatus for receiving light energy passed through an objective and detecting the focus adjusted state is provided with defocus amount detection means for repetitively detecting the defocus amounts of a plurality of areas in a view relating to the objective, operating means for st ...

Akashi Akira: Image processor and its control method, and storage medium. Canon, May 25, 2001: JP2001-144937 (4 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To increase the comfort of operators in the case of desirably changing setting of an electronic watermark by an object and a photographing purpose or in the case of changing the setting of a camera differently for a plurality of users when the camera is used in common by the us ...

Akashi Akira, Kameyama Takashi: Hinged window locking mechanism.. Nissan Motor, Kokusan Kinzoku Kogyo, June 30, 1982: EP0054741-A1 (3 worldwide citation)

Essential parts, such as a toggle device and a locking device (62, 64, 70, 78), of the hinged window locking mechanism are all located at the outside of a base member (38) secured to the vehicle body so as not to project toward the inside of the vehicle beyond the base member.