||WO||WO/2014/173414 - MONITORING SYSTEM||30.10.2014||
||PCT/DK2014/000019||REMONI APS||MADSEN, Bo, Eskerod|
A system (2) for monitoring resource flows at a number of devices (D1, D2, D3) is disclosed. The system (2) comprises a receiving unit (4) which receive data from a number of sensors (S1, S2, S3, S4, S5) configured to detect the flow rate and/or the change in the flow rate at device level, and a number of meters (M1, M2, M3) configured to measure the flow for at least a part of the devices (D1, D2, D3). The system (2) comprises a calculation module (8) configured to receive information from the sensors (S1, S2, S3, S4, S5) and the meters (M1, M2, M3) and where the calculation module (8) comprises a mathematical statistical model (38) configured to estimate and/or predict flow of resource and/or performance (e.g. activity) of at least a selection of the devices (D1, D2, D3).
||WO||WO/2014/173418 - COMPOSITIONS FOR USE IN RESTORING MUSCLE GLYCOGEN AND/OR MUSCLE MASS||30.10.2014||
||PCT/DK2014/050105||AARHUS UNIVERSITET||JEPPESEN BENDIX, Per|
The present invention relates to compositions comprising a steviol glycoside for use in restoring muscle glycogen by increasing the rate of glycogen re-synthesis in muscles that are depleted in glycogen due to exhaustive exercise and/or for use in treatment of muscle mass by increasing the rate of protein synthesis in muscles that are depleted in protein mass.
||WO||WO/2014/173419 - HEAT SINK HAVING A COOLING STRUCTURE WITH DECREASING STRUCTURE DENSITY||30.10.2014||
||PCT/DK2014/050107||ALEXIOU & TRYDE HOLDING APS||ALEXIOU, Alexandra|
A heat sink for cooling a heat generating device comprises a body part with a first surface for contacting the heat generating device, and a second surface contacting a cooling part, and the cooling part including a cooling structure. The structure density of the cooling structure decreases with increasing distance to body part. The cooling structure may be a three dimensional structure e.g. a grid or a lattice, but the cooling structure may also be fins projecting or extending from the second surface of the body part. The heat sink can be manufactured using additive manufacturing e.g. selective laser melting process (SLM). The heat sink can be made of metals e.g. aluminum, copper, ceramics e.g. aluminium nitride (AIN), silicon carbide or a composite containing graphite, graphene or carbon nanotubes.
||WO||WO/2014/173415 - A MINK SLURRY HANDLING SYSTEM AND A METHOD FOR REDUCING GASEOUS EMISSION FROM A MINK FARM||30.10.2014||
||PCT/DK2014/050077||JØRGEN HYLDGAARD STALDSERVICE A/S||HYLDGAARD, Ken|
Disclosed is a mink slurry handling system (1) comprising a first collection tray (2) comprising a first tray inlet (3) at one end and a first tray outlet (4) at the other end, where the first collection tray (2) is arranged to extend beneath a first group (5) of mink cages (9) arranged substantially side by side. The mink slurry handling system (1) also includes a second collection tray (19) comprising a second tray inlet (6) at one end and a second tray outlet (7) at the other end, where the second collection tray (19) is arranged to extend beneath a second group (8) of mink cages (9) arranged substantially side by side and the handling system (1) includes a slurry acidification facility (10) comprising a slurry inlet (11) for leading a slurry mixture into the slurry acidification facility (10) and a slurry outlet (12) for leading acidified mink slurry out of the slurry acidification facility (10), wherein the first tray inlet (3) is connected to the second tray outlet (7), wherein the first tray outlet (4) is connected to the slurry inlet (11) either directly or through further collection trays and wherein the second tray inlet (6) is connected to the slurry outlet (12) either directly or through further collection trays. A method for reducing gaseous emission from a mink farm (18) is also disclosed.
||WO||WO/2014/173417 - A METHOD FOR CONTROLLING A WIND TURBINE DURING SHUTDOWN||30.10.2014||
||PCT/DK2014/050104||VESTAS WIND SYSTEMS A/S||HAMMERUM, Keld|
A method for controlling a wind turbine during shutdown is disclosed, said wind turbine comprising a rotor carrying at least three wind turbine blades adapted to be pitched individually. A first shutdown strategy is initially selected, and subsequently a second shutdown strategy is selected, the second shutdown strategy ensuring alignment of the pitch angles of the wind turbine blades. The time for switching from the first shutdown strategy to the second shutdown strategy is calculated on the basis of a misalignment of the pitch angles, and in order to align the pitch angles before an estimated point in time where the pitch angles must be aligned, in order to avoid excessive asymmetric loads on the wind turbine blades and/or on the rotor. According to an alternative embodiment, the first shutdown strategy includes moving the wind turbine blades towards a feathered position at identical pitch rates.
||WO||WO/2014/173416 - AN AERATED CHEESE PRODUCT||30.10.2014||
||PCT/DK2014/050097||ARLA FOODS AMBA||CARØE TJØRNELUND, Christina|
The present invention relates to an aerated cheese product. The present invention further relates to methods of preparing said aerated cheese product and to the aerated cheese product obtainable by the methods.
||WO||WO/2014/173420 - A Method for Collecting Data||30.10.2014||
||PCT/DK2014/050111||CONSIA CONSULTANTS APS||RASK, Erling|
A method for collecting data, where the method comprises the steps of: determining the position of at least one event using a system that provides location information, displaying a set of pictograms which is relevant for the specific event, describing the at least one event by choosing at least one of a set of pictograms, and transmitting the data comprising the position of the at least one event and the at least one chosen pictogram to a database to be stored via wireless and/or non-wireless means.
||WO||WO/2014/169924 - IMPROVED FLUID SAMPLING SYSTEM||23.10.2014||
||PCT/DK2014/050102||FLUISENSE APS||VELSCHOW, Sten|
A fluid sampling system comprising a housing, a first pump means for withdrawing at least one fluid sample from a first sample site, means for returning at least part of the at one fluid sample to a second sample site, transferring means for transferring at least one volume of the at least one first fluid to a sampling means, second pump means for providing at least one active substance, at least one connection to a reservoir containing the at least one active substance,and at least one energy source for driving at least the first and second pump means.
||WO||WO/2014/169919 - SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR CLIMATE CONTROL IN A BUILDING||23.10.2014||
||PCT/DK2014/050093||SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC DANMARK A/S||SØRENSEN, John|
A method for controlling a climate parameter in a room of a building, the method comprising obtaining information regarding the climate parameter, the information including room specific measurements of the climate parameter during at least one climate control process, based on the room specific measurements of the climate parameter providing or amending a correspondence indicator CI, such that the correspondence indicator comprises information indicative of a rate of change of the climate parameter within the at least one room during the at least one climate control process, obtaining climate setting information including a desired climate parameter value C and a corresponding desired time t1, obtaining a starting value V1 of the climate parameter of the at least one room, based on the correspondence indicator CI, the desired time t1, the starting value V1 and the desired climate parameter value C1 calculating a measure M1 for an amount of time Δt needed to 1 change the climate parameter from the starting value V1 of the climate parameter to the desired climate parameter value C1, and scheduling a second climate control process of the climate parameter of the at least one room as a function F1 of the measure M1.
||WO||WO/2014/169922 - SOLAR AIR COLLECTOR||23.10.2014||
||PCT/DK2014/050100||UDLEJER HANS JØRGEN CHRISTENSEN||CHRISTENSEN, Hans Jørgen|
The present invention relates to a solar air collector (1) with an opening in the rear side (3) where a solar cell (2) can be fitted and maintained in such a way that it can receive sunlight (7) via the transparent cover (6) of the solar air collector. The solar cell (8) can now dissipate waste heat to the rear in such a way that it is not overheated by a fan stop. When the solar air collector (9) is mounted with a little distance on a wall (18) most of the dissipated heat from the solar cell to the air on the rear side will be sucked into the solar collector and hereby not loss energy. A solar cell can now be replaced without intervention into the solar collector. It is possible to mount side plates (10) on the solar collector (9) due to the improved cooling of the solar cell which will protect against direct wind chill of the rear side of the solar collector and will also preheat the intake air (11) before it enters the solar collector by rays of sunlight (7) hitting the side plate (10). The side plates may be used when mounted on a wall (18). It is possible to mount a protective plate (14) preferably made in metal over the solar cell (15) for protection of the solar cell against driving rain, wind chill, mechanical impact from snow or knocks. The plate is provided with black felt (23) on the underside in order to better receive the radiated heat from solar cell (2) when this is heated by the sun. The large surface of the felt can hereafter more efficiently dissipate the heat to the self-circulating air which enters at (20) and leaves at (21) when the solar collector is not forced ventilated or leaves at (22) when the fan pulls the air in at (13). Here the air heated by the waste heat of the solar cell will be pulled into the solar collector.