|1.||WO||WO/2014/126477 - A TEST SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR TESTING OF THE INTERWORKING OF TWO OR MORE CONTROL SYSTEM SOFTWARE OF A MARINE INSTALLATION OR VESSEL||21.08.2014||
|PCT/NO2014/050018||MARINE CYBERNETICS AS||HUSTELI, Nicolai|
A test system and method for testing the interworking of two or more control system software (21) of a marine installation or vessel (1), wherein each control system software (21) is arranged to run on a control system hardware (23), and said control system hardware (23), is arranged to be connected to an equipment under control (3). The test system comprises; - one or more computer implemented simulators (100), simulating said two or more equipment under control (3) and a connection (5) between said two or more equipment under control (3), and - two or more hardware emulators (40) emulating said control system hardware (23), wherein said control system software (21) is running on said two or more hardware emulators (40).
|2.||WO||WO/2014/126478 - METHOD FOR DOWNHOLE CUTTING OF AT LEAST ONE LINE DISPOSED OUTSIDE AND ALONG A PIPE STRING IN A WELL, AND WITHOUT SIMULTANEOUSLY SEVERING THE PIPE STRING||21.08.2014||
|PCT/NO2014/050020||WELL TECHNOLOGY AS||MYHRE, Morten|
Method for cutting of at least one line (38, 40, 42, 44) disposed along a pipe string (16) in a well (2), comprising: (A) using a cutting tool (48) for selective cutting activation and provided with at least one cut-forming means (54, 56, 58, 60) for cutting in a radial direction outward from the cutting tool (48); and (B) lowering the cutting tool (48) to a longitudinal section (L1) where the cutting is to be carried out. The distinctive characteristic is that of using, in step (A), a cutting tool (48) for controlled cutting, by means of said means (54, 56, 58, 60), in a peripheral direction and distributed in an axial direction relative to the cutting tool (48); and (C) activating the cutting tool (48) and cutting, in the radial direction through and past the wall of the pipe string (16), at least one peripherally extending hole (62, 64, 66, 68) collectively covering the entire circumference of the pipe string (16), and also distributing the hole (62, 64, 66, 68) in the axial direction.
|3.||WO||WO/2014/126479 - SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR DISINFECTING AND REMOVING BIOLOGICAL MATERIAL FROM WATER TO BE INJECTED IN AN UNDERWATER INJECTION WELL||21.08.2014||
|PCT/NO2014/050021||SEABOX AS||LUNDE, Helge|
A system (1) for disinfecting and removing biological material from water to be injected into an injection well (3) in a water body (2) is described, the system (1) including: - at least one apparatus (12) for the gravitational precipitation of particles from water, the at least one apparatus (12) for the gravitational precipitation of particles being connected, in terms of fluid, to a source (2) of untreated water and to the injection well (3); and - at least one apparatus (13, 13', 13") for the addition of an oxidant for the disinfection of water, the at least one apparatus (13, 13', 13") for the addition of an oxidant being connected, in terms of fluid, to the at least one apparatus (12) for the gravitational precipitation of particles, a source of untreated water (2) and to the injection well (3), wherein the at least one apparatus (12) for the gravitational precipitation of particles being positioned downstream relative to the apparatus (13, 13', 13") for the addition of an oxidant for disinfection. The invention also relates to a method for disinfecting and removal of biological material from injection water.
|4.||WO||WO/2014/126480 - DEVICE FOR ENERGY SUPPLY OF TRAINS||21.08.2014||
|PCT/NO2014/050022||MAINTECH AS||SALOMONSEN, Jan, Erik|
Device for energy supply of a train set consisting of at least one hybrid-or diesel-electric locomotive (10). The device comprises at least one gas driven electric power generator (51), driven by at least one engine or fuel cell (53) which in turn are driven by gas from the at least one container or hydrogen storage facility (52), wherein the at least one electric power generator (51) is connected to the locomotive (10) electrical power supply networks. The device is arranged for supplying the train set with electrical current supply and/or idle current for a locomotive (10) provided with or without automatic idle stop.
|5.||WO||WO/2014/126476 - A FLUID PRESSURE DRIVEN, HIGH FREQUENCY PERCUSSION HAMMER FOR DRILLING IN HARD FORMATIONS||21.08.2014||
|PCT/NO2014/000019||HAMMERGY AS||VATNE, Per A.|
A fluid pressure driven, high frequency percussion hammer for drilling in hard formations is presented. The hammer piston (20) of the percussion hammer has a relatively large and longitudinally extending bore (41) that provides minimal flow resistance for a drilling fluid flowing through the bore (41) during the return stroke of the hammer piston (20). The bore (41) is closeable in the upstream direction by a valve plug (23) that follows the hammer piston (20) during the stroke. The valve plug (23) is controlled by a relatively long and slender valve stem (49) that is mechanically able to stop the valve plug (23) by approximately 75 % of the full stroke length of the hammer piston (20) and separates the plug (23) from a seat ring (40). Thus the bore (41) opens up such that the bore fluid can flow there trough, and the inherent tension spring properties of the valve stem (49) returns the valve plug (23) so rapid that it will be good through flow during return of the hammer piston (20). A magnet (58) retains the valve stem (49) in place.
|6.||WO||WO/2014/126475 - ENERGY SYSTEM FOR DWELLINGS||21.08.2014||
|PCT/NO2014/000018||SELVAAG GRUPPEN AS||THORSNES, Ola Øystein|
An energy system for ventilating and heating dwellings (1) comprises an air to water exhaust heat pump (8) which draws fresh air (13) in through openings (12) in the outer wall (11) of the dwelling in clean residence rooms such as living room (2) and bedroom (4), and out through dirty rooms such as bathroom (5) and kitchen (3) as warm used air (24) on the way to the heat pump (8). The heat pump (8) supplies warm water (25) to radiators (14) located in clean rooms (2, 4) and supplies cooled used air to a discharge (10). The radiators are placed adjacent the openings (12) in the outer wall (11), so that the fresh air (13) has to pass the radiators (14) and be warmed on its way into the room. This avoids cold draft from the fresh air, and the efficiency of the heat pump is optimalized. The heat pump (8) also supplies warm water (26) for heating tap water (28) in a hot water container (27).
|7.||WO||WO/2014/123422 - METHOD AND MEANS TO PROTECT SENSITIVE EQUIPMENT FROM IMPACT DAMAGES, AND USES THEREOF||14.08.2014||
||PCT/NO2014/000012||TCO AS||BRANDSDAL, Viggo|
A method to protect sensitive equipment against impact damages is described, such as tools and instruments and the like which shall be lowered down in well pipes in a hydrocarbon-carrying formation, and it is characterised in that a layer of a protection means is put onto the equipment which is solid or partially solid when put on and also at the temperatures in an upper part of the well pipe, while it melts and become liquid and flows off the equipment at the temperatures that exist in the lower part of the well pipe where the equipment shall be applied. A protective means is described and also applications of this.
|8.||WO||WO/2014/123427 - OUTLET BASIN FOR A FISH PEN||14.08.2014||
|PCT/NO2014/050019||AKVADESIGN AS||NÆSS, Anders|
An outlet basin (4) for a fish pen (1) provided with at least one outlet hose (91, 99) extending from the outlet basin (4) to a surface (17), the outlet basin (4) including : - a cylinder-shaped housing (41) which is provided, at its upper portion (410), with a mounting collar (43) arranged to be attached to a bottom portion (179) of the fish pen (1), and which is provided, at its lower portion (419), with a through opening (413); - a cylinder-shaped outlet channel (45) which, in a portion, is housed in the housing (41), the outlet channel (45) being provided, at its upper portion (450), with a strainer (453) covering the cross section of the outlet channel (45); - an elongated annular space (46) between the housing (41) and the outlet channel (45); - a slanted grating (47) covering the entire annular space (46), the lowermost portion (479) of the slanted grating (47) being positioned just below the opening (413) of the housing (41); - a slanted bottom plate (49) sealingly covering the entire annular space (46); and - a lower through opening (493) at the lowermost portion (499) of the bottom plate (49).
|9.||WO||WO/2014/123423 - BUTTERFLY VALVE COMPRISING REMOVABLE COUPLING PART||14.08.2014||
|PCT/NO2014/000013||SITEK AS||BORGE, Frank|
A soft-sealing, concentric butterfly valve (10) for mounting with couplings or flanges is described, comprising a valve housing (12) with a through running boring (14), in which a rotary damper (16) is mounted to a spindle (18) and is arranged standing in a circular-cylindrical valve seat (20) and the valve seat (20) is equipped internally with conical contact surfaces (20a) for the damper (16). The valve housing (12) comprises on a first side (12a) a coupling end piece (22) and the valve housing (12) is on the opposite side (12b) equipped with several threaded bolt holes (24) arranged radially around the through running boring (14). A removable coupling part (40) comprising a second end coupling piece (42) is fitted to the other side (12b) of the valve housing (12) and the coupling part (40) is fastened to the valve housing (12) with the help of bolts (50) inserted in the threaded bolt holes (24), and also that the valve seat (20) is placed between the valve housing (12) and the coupling part (40) and surrounds the damper (16).
|10.||WO||WO/2014/123425 - SUBSEA VALVE||14.08.2014||
|PCT/NO2014/000016||AKER SUBSEA AS||STINESSEN, Kjell, Olav|
Subsea valve for control of fluid that can be contaminating and at elevated pressure and temperature, such as well or process fluids, the valve comprising an actuator unit and a valve part, the actuator unit can be operated in order to control the valve part, distinctive in that the actuator unit is magnetically coupled to the valve part and the coupling is through a barrier wall isolating the actuator unit from the valve part, and the actuator unit and a driving part of the magnetic coupling are arranged in a sealed actuator housing into which leakage of said contaminating fluid thereby has been eliminated.