|1.||WO||WO/2013/178225 - ADAPTIVE POWER CELL CONTROL SYSTEM||05.12.2013||
|PCT/DK2012/050184||KK-ELECTRONIC A/S||TOFT, Henrik|
A power converter control system is disclosed for controlling a plurality of electrical high-power components in a power converter of an electrical power generating system, such as a wind turbine,said electrical high-power components being arranged and controlled to perform active current sharing so that,for a given phase, a number of the electrical high-power components together supply the load current of that phase,wherein the power converter control system is arranged to detect if one or more of the electrical high-power components will no longer be able to deliver a requested load current of one or more phases, and control the overall performance of the electrical power generating system so that at least a minimum of output from the electrical power generating system is maintained.
|2.||WO||WO/2013/178226 - APPLICATION OF PACKAGING COMPONENTS FOR MANUFACTURING PRODUCTS AND METHOD||05.12.2013||
|PCT/DK2013/000013||IKADAN PLAST A/S||KONGSGAARD, Bjarne|
The invention concerns the application of packaging components in the form of trays (1) or pallets, which are used as insets, when bottles or cans are stacked, for manufacturing products which fully or partially are able to enclose a volume or form growth base for plants. In a preferred embodiment the products to be manufactured are fascines. Moreover, the invention concerns a method for manufacturing products, which fully or partially are able to enclose a volume or form growth base for plants, by application of the above mentioned packaging components in which method two or more of the packaging components are assembled with mechanical assembly devices (4, 5, 12).
|3.||WO||WO/2013/178227 - DYNAMIC VENTILATION CONTROL SYSTEM FOR REEFER CARGO HOLDS||05.12.2013||
|PCT/DK2013/000034||DANFOSS IXA A/S||STOLBERG-ROHR, Thomine|
The invention relates to control of the ventilation in vessel cargo holds carrying e.g. reefer containers. The purpose of the invention is to optimize the overall energy consumption related thereto, i.e. minimizing the total energy consumed by the cargo hold ventilation and cargo carrying units, in particular but not limited to reefer containers, in the ventilated cargo hold or holds. The invention continuously or with intervals measures a number of physical parameters, e.g. temperatures, related to the cargo hold or holds and to the ambient conditions, and utilizes the measurement results to establish one or more control signals to directly or indirectly control the ventilation of the cargo hold or holds in such way that the total energy consumption of the ventilation and the cargo carrying units is dynamically minimized as conditions change.
|4.||WO||WO/2013/178228 - MANUFACTURE OF WIND TURBINE BLADES||05.12.2013||
|PCT/DK2013/050161||VESTAS WIND SYSTEMS A/S||RANDALL, Stephen|
A structural shell for a wind turbine blade is formed from one or more elongate reinforcing members, each in the form of a stack (3) of pultruded fibrous composite strips positioned between two layers of structural foam (4). The foam layers (4) have a thickness which is greater than that of the stack (3). The edges of the foam layers (4) are formed with a void (11). With the stack (3) and foam layers (4) positioned in a mould, a strip of pre-cured glass fibre (5) is placed on the stack (3) and the edges of the foam layers (4). A vacuum is applied to the stack (3) and the foam layers (4), causing the glass fibre strip (5) to press on the stack (3) and foam layers (4) and to conform to the underlying surfaces. As a result, the void (11) is reduced in size and the step-shaped transition between the surfaces of the stack (2) and the foam layers (4) transformed into a smooth transition, so as to reduce the stresses within the glass fibre strip (5) in the region of the abutment of the stack (3) and the foam layers (4). In other embodiments, the stepped transition is smoothened by replacing the upper-edge region of each foam layer (4) with a strip of low-stiffness foam.
|5.||WO||WO/2013/178229 - A BIODEGRADABLE NON-WOVEN MESH WITH GLUE POINTS||05.12.2013||
|PCT/DK2013/050162||COLOPLAST A/S||GALLEGO, Monica, Ramos|
A biocompatible non-woven mesh comprising biodegradable fibres and glue points in the form of domains of biodegradable polymer wherein the fibres are interconnected by the glue points. The mesh is suitable for use as scaffold inthe treatment of pelvic organ prolapse (POP), stress urinary incontinence (SUI), or hernia.
|6.||WO||WO/2013/178230 - AIRPORT BAGGAGE CAROUSEL||05.12.2013||
|PCT/DK2013/050164||CRISPLANT A/S||LYKKEGAARD, Uffe|
There is disclosed an airport baggage carousel which as an example may be found to require no or low maintenance, has a low noise level and is safe, e.g. in relation to any risk of personnel injury. The airport baggage carousel includes a track 104 having a curve 212 with a curve radius of less than 1500 mm. The airport baggage carousel comprises an endless loop of a plurality of interconnected links moveable in a moving direction 202 in the track using a propulsion system and wheels, where each link has a length and each link includes a support surface, where the support surface supports a slat 206 for moving baggage on the carousel, and where slats 204, 206, 208 are formed so as to form a baggage carousel with an upwards closed baggage carousel surface for the baggage also during the curve 212 with said curve radius.
|7.||WO||WO/2013/178231 - ULTRASONIC TRANSDUCER WITH DIELECTRIC ELASTOMER AS ACTIVE LAYER||05.12.2013||
|PCT/DK2013/050165||SYDDANSK UNIVERSITET||LARSEN, Benny|
There is provided a new type of ultrasound transducer, where a Dielectric Elastomer (DE) material is used as the active layer (actuation and/or sensing). Such a transducer operates by applying a combination of a DC and an AC voltage signal to achieve frequencies above 100 kHz. The DE material is typically sandwiched between two planar electrodes.
|8.||WO||WO/2013/178232 - A SUPERCONTINUUM LIGHT SOURCE, A SYSTEM AND A METHOD OF MEASURING||05.12.2013||
|PCT/DK2013/050167||NKT PHOTONICS A/S||THOMSEN, Carsten, L.|
A supercontinuum light source ( 1000) comprising an intermediate supercontinuum light source (100) and a single mode coupling unit (300), an optical measurement system comprising such light source, as well as a method of measuring are described. The supercontinuum light source comprises a pulse frequency multiplier (103) to increase the repetition rate and the single mode coupling unit is arranged to dampen and shape the spectrum from the intermediate supercontinuum light source to allow measurements with a reduced noise floor.
|9.||WO||WO/2013/174388 - A METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR DYNAMICALLY ALLOCATING SUBSCRIBER IDENTIFICATION||28.11.2013||
|PCT/DK2013/050159||POULSEN, Johan Lønsmann||POULSEN, Johan Lønsmann|
According to an embodiment of the invention, a method for mobile communication in a plurality of mobile networks is disclosed. The method includes identifying a geographic location of a Subscriber Identity Module (SIM) card that is registered with a subscription pool, accessing, from a partition of a plurality of partitions of the SIM card, a network information corresponding to the identified geographic location, the network information being provided from the subscription pool; and processing the accessed network information such that the SIM card acts as a local mobile subscriber for the identified geographic location.
|10.||WO||WO/2013/174379 - A METHOD FOR OPERATING A VAPOUR COMPRESSION SYSTEM IN HOT CLIMATE||28.11.2013||
|PCT/DK2013/000024||DANFOSS A/S||SLOT, Allan|
A transcritical vapour compression system (1) and a method of controlling a transcritical vapour compression system (1) are disclosed. The vapour compression system (1) is of the booster type, and comprises an external heat exchanger (19) arranged downstream relative to a refrigerant outlet of the gas cooler (3), said external heat exchanger (19) being arranged to cool refrigerant leaving the gas cooler (3) by means of heat exchange with an external heat sink, e.g. comprising energy piles (21) arranged under ground. The method comprises the step of allowing refrigerant leaving the gas cooler (3) to pass through the external heat exchanger (19), thereby cooling the refrigerant leaving the gas cooler (3) by means of heat exchange with an external heat sink. An energy efficient system is obtained which can be used in hot climate, where the ambient temperature is above the triple point of carbon dioxide (C02).