|1.||WO||WO/2014/035251 - A POWER TRANSFORMER ASSEMBLY||06.03.2014||
|PCT/NO2013/050128||NORATEL AS||NORDGAARD, Ola O.|
It is disclosed a power in which the core includes a first core element (11) of a first permeability and a first maximum remanence, stacked on a second core element (12) of a second, lower permeability and a second lower maximum remanence. This allows the start or inrush current of the transformer to be controlled independent of the idle or magnetizing current and vice versa.
|2.||WO||WO/2014/035254 - WATER DAMPER DEVICE||06.03.2014||
|PCT/NO2013/050139||AKER SUBSEA AS||MØGEDAL, Knut|
A vvaier damper device (20) designed to absorb impact energy during landing of a first subsea equipment (101) on a second subsea equipment (201) is described. The water damper device (20) comprises a damper housing (11), a damper body (1}, a damper plug (3) and at least one orifice (12), which water damper device (20) is designed to force water through said at least one orifice (12) in one first direction when the damper housing (11), damper body (1) and damper plug (3) are operated during Sanding of said first subsea equipment (101) when a projecting par! (13) of said damper housing (11) hits the second subsea equipment (201),
|3.||WO||WO/2014/035256 - HYDRAULIC CYLINDER DEVICE||06.03.2014||
|PCT/NO2013/050141||AKER SUBSEA AS||MØGEDAL, Knut|
A subsea hydraulic cylinder device designed to cause two structural parts to be able to move toward and away from each other, such as to lock and unlock a subsea connector, like an EDP connector, by actuating a locking device, is described. The hydraulic cylinder device includes a piston rod (6) designed to be secured to one of the structural parts, and a cylinder part (1) designed to be secured to the other structural part, which actuation takes place by supplying hydraulic fluid to shifting chambers via respective inlets and outlets. The piston rod (6) includes a plunger device (3) partly circumscribing said piston rod forming an annulus there between and an annular piston (5) externally circumscribing said plunger device, said cylinder part (1) includes a top piston rod gland (2) internally sealing against said plunger device (3), a sleeve device (4) received in said annulus and externally sealing against said plunger device (3) and said cylinder device (1) internally seals against said annular piston (5).
|4.||WO||WO/2014/035253 - INJECTOR FOR LOGGING OR INTERVENTION STRING||06.03.2014||
||PCT/NO2013/050138||C6 TECHNOLOGIES AS||BJØRNENAK, Mads|
A well logging- or well intervention string (0) injector comprising two adjacent motorized endless chains (16) with gripper elements (2) for bearing against the string (0), -wherein the gripping elements (2) have an engagement packer against the string (0), -wherein the gripping elements (2) runs over the back supporting rollers (3) carried by separate back supporting roller brackets (4), -wherein the back supporting roller brackets (4) further bear against an elongated hydrostatic pressure equalizing cushion (5) with hydraulic fluid (15), -wherein further the pressure equalizing cushion (5) bears against a back supporting rail (6).
|5.||WO||WO/2014/035257 - DEVICE, SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR IDENTIFICATION OF OBJECT IN AN IMAGE, AND A TRANSPONDER||06.03.2014||
|PCT/NO2013/050143||ID TAG TECHNOLOGY GROUP AS||JOHANNESEN, Erik|
A device and method for identification of at least one object in an image registered with an image registration device, wherein each of the at least one object is provided with a wireless tag, the device comprising at least one sensor for registering a wireless signal from the wireless tag and for registering at least one direction to the wireless tag. The wireless signal comprises information for identification of the object.
|6.||WO||WO/2014/035255 - SEAL RETAINER DEVICE||06.03.2014||
|PCT/NO2013/050140||AKER SUBSEA AS||BILLINGTON, Anders|
An subsea seal retainer device (10) adapted to be received in a bore (6) in a structural body part (1.01) is shown. The device (10) is designed to be submerged in water. The seal retainer device (10) comprises a locking pin (1) adapted to be movable between a retracted and extended position in said bore (6), which Iocking pin (1) is biased by resilient means (4) into said extended position and is actuatable into said retracted position when the seal (5) itself is to be released.
|7.||WO||WO/2014/035258 - SUSPENSION BRACKET AND PRODUCTION THEREOF||06.03.2014||
|PCT/NO2013/050144||AGDER KOBBER & BLIKK AS||BERGTUN, Trygve|
A suspension bracket (100) can be permanently attached to an upper ceiling (200) and to a batten (300). Several rows of such suspension brackets attach parallel battens (300) at a predetermined height such that a cladding or dropped ceiling can be attached to the battens (300). Upper retaining means (115, 166) are attached to the upper end (110) of the bracket and are adapted to carry the weight of the suspension bracket (100) during its permanent attachment to the upper ceiling (200). Lower retaining means (125, 126) are attached to the lower end (120) of the bracket and are adapted to retain a batten (300) during its permanent attachment to the lower end (120). Thereby, an installer gets two free hands to attach bracket and batter. The bracket further comprises tubing attachments (102) that facilitates attaching pipes for power cables and other pipes to the bracket (100). A method for manufacturing wherein the entire bracket (100) is made in one punching operation is also described.
|8.||WO||WO/2014/035252 - A BARRIER VALVE FOR USE IN A WELL COMPLETION, A TUBULAR PART WITH A ZIGZAG RECESS AND A METHOD FOR OPENING THE BARRIER VALVE||06.03.2014||
|PCT/NO2013/050137||WELL INNOVATION AS||FUGLESTAD, Kenneth|
The invention relates to a barrier valve for creating a fluid tight barrier in a well during the installation of completion equipment. The barrier valve includes a housing having a longitudinal direction for being installed in a tubular string. A hinged curved, substantially circular valve flapper is disposed in the housing. The valve flapper has a normally closed position for forming a fluid tight barrier between the inlet side of the housing and the outlet side of the housing. The valve flapper is configured for forming a fluid tight barrier in two directions, i.e. both in an upstream direction and in a downstream direction. A pressure actuated valve flapper actuator is configured for bringing the valve flapper from the closed position to an open position after a predetermined number of pressure increases. Also described is a method for opening a fluid tight barrier valve in a well, as well as a tubular part having a zigzag recess.
|9.||WO||WO/2014/031005 - COIL SLOT FOR CASTELLATED VARIABLE RELUCTANCE MOTOR (CVRM)||27.02.2014||
|PCT/NO2013/050129||GREENWAY ENERGY AS||BRENNVALL, Jon Eirik|
This publication relates to a coil slot for 6 poled CVRM with 60 degrees angle between the centre of the slots. The slot have a shape so the two planes through centre of the first layer of coil wires wound into two adjacent slots are parallel and that the bottom of the slot has a length so all wires in the first layer touch each other and that the sides walls of the slot has an angle of 60 degrees to the bottom so there is one extra wire in each new wire layer and that the side walls go over to top walls which are perpendicular to the bottom of the slot and that the outer top wall is extended all the way to the centre of the slot where the chamber against the outer top wall for the next coil is smaller than the wire radius and that the inner top wall of two adjacent slots are collinear and that the extension of the inner top walls are outside the inner radius of the teeth and that the outer top walls are collinear.
|10.||WO||WO/2014/031009 - FLOATING, SEMISUBMERSIBLE HULL FOR SUPPORTING PREFERABLY ONE OR SEVERAL WIND TURBINES AND METHOD FOR COMMISSIONING, FLOATING AND INSTALLATION OF THE SEMISUBMERSIBLE HULL||27.02.2014||
|PCT/NO2013/050136||DR. TECHN. OLAV OLSEN AS||LANDBØ, Trond|
A floating semisubmersible hull (1) for supporting preferably one or several wind turbines (20). The hull (1) comprises a central tower (3) supporting the wind turbine(s) (20), a rigid bottom pontoon structure (6) having at least three arms (8) arranged in a star configuration and protruding from the central tower (3), and bucket cells (12) rigidly connected to the bottom pontoon structure (6) at the distal sections of each arm (8). A method for commissioning, floating, and installing the hull (1) is also disclosed.