|1.||WO||WO/2013/002697 - A METHOD FOR PRODUCING A NEUTRON DETECTOR COMPONENT COMPRISING A BORON CARBIDE LAYER FOR USE IN A NEUTRON DETECTING DEVICE||03.01.2013||
|PCT/SE2011/050891||EUROPEAN SPALLATION SOURCE ESS AB||HULTMAN, Lars|
Disclosed is a method for producing a neutron detector component (1 ) comprising a neutron detecting boron carbide layer (2) comprising boron-10 arranged on a substantially neutron transparent substrate (3). Disclosed is also a neutron detecting device (30) comprising a plurality of neutron detector components (1 ) arranged as a stack (32). The method comprising, placing (120) the substantially neutron transparent substrate (3) and at least one source of coating material (16) comprising carbon and boron-10 inside a coating chamber (10). The coating chamber (10) is then evacuated (146) to a pressure that is at most 6 mPa and at least a coating surface (3a) of the substantially neutron transparent substrate (3) is heated (144) to an elevated temperature that is at least 100°C. The method uses physical vapor deposition using the at least one source of coating material (16) when said pressure and said elevated temperature are reached, and coating (150) the neutron detecting boron carbide layer (2) comprising boron-10 to a desired thickness (t). The method enabling improved adhesion of the boron carbide layer to the substantially neutron transparent substrate.
|2.||WO||WO/2012/010741 - METHOD FOR CONTROLLING A REGULATED-ROTATION-SPEED LOW-PRESSURE CENTRIFUGAL FAN||26.01.2012||
|PCT/FI2011/050633||RUNTECH SYSTEMS OY||MUSSALO, Jouni|
Method for controlling an automatic stall-prevention of a rotation-speed- regulated centrifugal fan. What is essential in the invention is that the control automatics is controlled by means of the automation system of the process, in which control automatics stalling is detected from a function of the electric current, voltage and frequency going to the motor of the centrifugal fan.
|3.||WO||WO/2011/139157 - A FRAMEWORK WITH A BUOYANT BODY FOR A SUBSEA VEHICLE AS WELL AS A METHOD FOR CONSTRUCTION OF A FRAMEWORK||10.11.2011||
|PCT/NO2011/000143||IKM SUBSEA AS||ALVESTAD, Tor, Gunnar|
A frame (1) for a remotely operated vehicle, in which several frame elements (12) provide a carcass (11) formed of a buoyant material, and in which the frame elements (12) are provided by a curable material (121) having been arranged on the surfaces of the carcass (11), forming a rigid shell around the carcass (11). A method of constructing a frame (1) for a remotely operated vehicle is described as well, in which several frame elements (12) provide a carcass (11) formed of a buoyant material, the method including the following steps: forming several core elements (111) of a buoyant material; forming a carcass (11) by joining the core elements (111) together; applying a curable material (121) to the surface of the carcass (11); and forming several mounts (13) integrated into the curable material (121), for vehicle components.
|4.||WO||WO/2011/109013 - REGENERATIVE BRAKE SYSTEM RESET FEATURE AND ADAPTIVE CALIBRATION FOR HYBRID AND ELECTRIC VEHICLES||09.09.2011||
|PCT/US2010/025886||INTERNATIONAL TRUCK INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY COMPANY, LLC||MILLER, Stanton|
In a vehicle equipped for regenerative and non-regenerative braking, regenerative braking only is applied to predetermined wheels in response to braking demand when the driver attempts to slow the vehicle at a first rate (< D1 ft/sec2), no wheel locking on any braking wheel as indicated by an anti-lock braking system controller and speed exceeds a minimum threshold. If braking is applied in a turn, appropriate amount of non-drive wheel service/foundation brake torque to maintain vehicle stability is applied. The appropriate amount of foundation braking to be applied is determined by the amount of vehicle yaw, steering wheel input and vehicle speed by using a look-up table. As braking demand increases foundation/service braking is added, first to any wheels not providing for regenerative braking and later to wheels having regenerative braking.
|5.||WO||WO/2011/109017 - CONTROL SYSTEM FOR EQUIPMENT ON A VEHICLE WITH A HYBRID-ELECTRIC POWERTRAIN AND AN ELECTRONICALLY CONTROLLED COMBINATION VALVE||09.09.2011||
|PCT/US2010/026059||INTERNATIONAL TRUCK INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY COMPANY, LLC||BISSONTZ, Jay|
A control system for a combination valve for a hydraulic system comprises an electronic control module, an electronic system controller, a remote power module, and a solenoid valve. The electronic control module monitors torque output of an internal combustion engine and an electric motor and generator. The electronic system controller is in electrical communication with the electronic control module. The electronic system controller monitors torque demand of a first hydraulic circuit of a hydraulic system and a second hydraulic circuit of the hydraulic system. The remote power module is d in electrical communication with the electronic system controller. The solenoid valve is in electrical communication with the remote power module. The solenoid valve connects to a combination valve and has a first open position and a closed position. The combination valve is in fluid communication with a first hydraulic circuit and a second hydraulic circuit.
|6.||WO||WO/2011/101544 - ROTOR OF CHIPPING MACHINE||25.08.2011||
|PCT/FI2011/050147||KESLA OYJ||KAKSONEN, Petri|
This invention relates to a rotor of a chipping machine, which is used for chipping wood, which chipping-machine rotor includes one or more bodies (1), to which is fastened one or more fastening bodies (2), which includes one or more blades (4). According to the invention, there is an open chip passage (5) between the blade (4) and the body (1).
|7.||WO||WO/2011/096936 - SUPER-TURBOCHARGER HAVING A HIGH SPEED TRACTION DRIVE AND A CONTINUOUSLY VARIABLE TRANSMISSION||11.08.2011||
|PCT/US2010/023398||VANDYNE SUPER TURBO, INC.||VANDYNE, Ed|
A super-turbo charger utilizing a high speed, fixed ratio traction drive that is coupled to a continuously variable transmission to allow for high speed operation is provided. A high speed traction drive is utilized to provide speed reduction from the high speed turbine shaft. A second traction drive provides infinitely variable speed ratios through a continuously variable transmission. Gas recirculation in a super-turbocharger is also disclosed.
|8.||WO||WO/2011/093762 - OVERLAY MATTRESS AND METHOD OF VENTILATING A BED USING SUCH A MATTRESS||04.08.2011||
|PCT/SE2011/000001||HASTA GROUP AB||Schörling, Stefan|
A mattress pad has a core (11,12) in a quilted mattress cover (16, 17, 19). The core comprises at least one unit consisting of two outer layers (13,14) and vertical monofilaments (10) extending between the outer layers and fixed thereto. The core allows air to move laterally, meaning that the mattress transports moisture away from the body laterally. The movements of the sleeper act as a pump. Also included is a method of ventilating a bed with a person lying thereon using such a mattress pad and blowing air into the same.
|9.||WO||WO/2011/084065 - A SERVER AND METHOD FOR PRESENTING AND CAPTURING DATA||14.07.2011||
|PCT/NO2010/000011||METAFOCUS AS||JOHANSEN, Rune|
A server and method is disclosed for adding HTML functionality to XSL-FO standard document templates. Clients supporting the extended XSL-FO standard may enter information interactively in documents produced from said templates, while other clients will process the documents as common XSL-FO format documents.
|10.||WO||WO/2011/077250 - COMPONENTS FOR MEDICAL CIRCUITS||30.06.2011||
|PCT/IB2010/003454||FISHER & PAYKEL HEALTHCARE LIMITED||HURMEZ, Laith, Adeeb|
Breathable medical circuit components and materials and methods for forming these components are disclosed. These components incorporate breathable foamed materials that are permeable to water vapor and substantially impermeable to liquid water and the bulk flow of gases. The disclosed materials and methods can be incorporated into a variety of components, including tubes, Y-connectors, catheter mounts, and patient interfaces and are suitable for use in a variety of medical circuits, including insufflation, anesthesia, and breathing circuits.