WO/2015/051798 FALLING WEIGHT DEFLECTOMETER||WO||16.04.2015|
||PCT/DK2013/050340||DYNATEST INTERNATIONAL A/S||MADSEN, Jakob Find|
A falling weight deflectometer (1). The falling weight deflectometer comprises a load plate (2) adapted to engage a test surface, a force transmission means (5) adapted to transmit a force to the load plate (2), a buffer means (19), and a weight (8, 9, 10) adapted to impact said force transmission means (5) via said buffer means (19) so as to provide a force to be transmitted to said load plate (2) via said force transmission means, a guide means (14, 20) for guiding said weight (8, 9,10) towards said force transmission means, and a lifting means for lifting said weight to a predetermined height above said force transmission means. The lifting means comprises an electric (15) motor driving a threaded spindle in 17 engagement with the weight (8, 9, 10).
WO/2015/051799 MICRO CHANNEL HEAT EXCHANGER||WO||16.04.2015|
||PCT/DK2014/050308||DANTHERM COOLING A/S||ESPERSEN, Morten|
The present invention discloses a micro channel heat exchanger (2), which micro channel heat exchanger (2) is a hydraulic reversibility for evaporator or condenser. The heat exchanger (2) comprises at least one inlet distribution tube (4) connected to the inlet. It is an object of the invention to perform automatic change from condensation into evaporation. A further object of the invention is to achieve effective evaporation in a micro channel evaporator (2) designed for both condensation and evaporation. The object can be fulfilled in that the inlet distribution tube (4) comprises an inner tube (12) which inner tube (12) is connected to the inlet (4) which heat exchanger (2) comprises at least one valve (14), which valve (14) by condenser operation is open for flow from the inner tube (12) to the distribution tube (8). Hereby the possibility to change between two different modes of operation can be achieved. In condenser operation mode there is a traditional mostly open flow through the heat exchanger (2). The pressure of the refrigerant is relative high because the refrigerant has just left, probably, a compressor, in operation as an evaporator, a distribution of the liquid flow is necessary.
WO/2015/051801 METHODS AND APPARATUS FOR CONTROLLING WIND TURBINES||WO||16.04.2015|
||PCT/DK2014/050317||VESTAS WIND SYSTEMS A/S||KRÜGER, Thomas|
Methods and systems for controlling a wind turbine in a manner that takes into account the degree of loading of and damage to one or more components of the turbine are provided. An operational load on a wind turbine part is determined, and is used to compute a damage signal. The damage signal is indicative of the potential damage to the component or to the turbine as a whole that will result if action is not taken to reduce or mitigate the determined load. When the damage signal exceeds a pre-determined threshold, load-reducing wind turbine control means are activated to obviate the estimated damage.
WO/2015/051807 QUALITY CONTROL SYSTEM AND METHOD||WO||16.04.2015|
||PCT/DK2014/050328||DANMARKS TEKNISKE UNIVERSITET||KERTZSCHER, Gustavo|
The present disclosure relates to methods for analysing in-vivo dosimetry data during radiotherapy. The data relates to positions of radiation sources and dosimeters. The methods result in improved analysis of this data. The data may be used by healthcare professionals to evaluate progress of scheduled events.
WO/2015/051802 PROTECTIVE WORKING GLOVE, A METHOD FOR MAKING A PROTECTIVE WORKING GLOVE AND USE OF PROTECTIVE WORKING GLOVE||WO||16.04.2015|
||PCT/DK2014/050318||WÜRTH DANMARK A/S||MATHIESEN, Jan|
The invention relates to a protective working glove and a method for making a protective working glove. The protective working glove is for protecting the hands against physical or mechanical impact, such as wear, cuts and/or stabs and to some extent protection from certain chemicals, water, oils or lubricants and/or detergents. The protective working glove (1) comprises a knitted glove liner (13), the glove liner provided with a grip enhancing coating (12) of a polymeric material covering at least the palm side (15) of the hand and the fingers (3, 4, 5) of the glove liner. The wrist end of the glove is cut off at an area surrounding the carpal bones of the hand for improving freedom of movement of the hand and lessening irritations from the cuff end (7) at the carpal area while wearing the glove.
WO/2015/051800 LIGHTNING CURRENT TRANSFER SYSTEM AND WIND TURBINE USING THE LIGHTNING CURRENT TRANSFER SYSTEM||WO||16.04.2015|
||PCT/DK2014/050311||VESTAS WIND SYSTEMS A/S||SØGAARD, Morten Bagger|
The present invention relates to a lightning current transfer system (100) adapted for usage in a wind turbine (W) having a hub (20) that is rotatably supported relative to a generator in a nacelle (30) and a plurality of blades (10) that are pivotably connected with the hub, wherein the hub (20) is covered by a spinner (20A). The lightning current transfer system (100) comprises a blade band (10A) mountable to the root of the blade (10); a lightning ring (80) mountable to the spinner (20A) facing the nacelle (30); a first contact device (70) mountable to the spinner (20A) adapted for providing lightning current transfer from the blade band (10A); a connecting device (75) for connecting the first contact device (70) with the lightning ring (80); and a second contact device (30B) mountable to the nacelle (30) and adapted for providing lightning current transfer from the lightning ring (80) to ground.
WO/2015/051803 WIND TURBINE BLADE||WO||16.04.2015|
||PCT/DK2014/050319||VESTAS WIND SYSTEMS A/S||HIBBARD, Paul|
The invention relates to a sectional blade for a wind turbine blade comprising a leeward shell and a windward shell, and with the blade comprising at least a first blade section and a second blade section connected in a blade joint. In a portion of the blade the first and second blade sections overlap such that the leeward shell of the blade portion forms part of the first blade section and the windward shell of the blade portion forms part of the second blade section. The invention further relates to a method of manufacturing a sectional blade as mentioned above.
WO/2015/051804 A SOLAR CELL SYSTEM AND A METHOD OF INITIALIZING AND OPERATING SUCH SYSTEM||WO||16.04.2015|
||PCT/DK2014/050321||JACOBSEN, Victor Timm Fagerlund||JACOBSEN, Victor Timm Fagerlund|
The present invention concerns a solar cell system comprising at least one solar panel comprising one or more solar cells; control means comprising data processing means; at least one chassis arranged to support the at least one solar panel and one or more drive means to adjust the position of said at least one solar panel by position data from the control means, and means for outputting energy from the at least one solar panel; wherein the control means receives geographical position data and time data from a GPS sensor to calculate the position data for the at least one solar panel.
WO/2015/051805 IMPROVED ANTIPERSPIRANT COMPOSITION||WO||16.04.2015|
||PCT/DK2014/050322||RIEMANN TRADING APS||BRITZE, Lene|
One aspect of the invention relates to an anhydrous antiperspirant composition comprising i) AlCl3 or any hydrates thereof, ii) at least one calcium or magnesium salt of an organic acid,and iii) at least one water miscible solvent. Another aspect of the present invention relates to a method of preventing or reducing perspiration comprising applying to the skinan anhydrous antiperspirant composition comprising the abovementioned components. Yet another aspect of the present invention is to provide amethod of manufacturing an anhydrous antiperspirant composition comprising: I) providing at least one water miscible solvent, II) optionally adding a thickening agent, III) Adding at least onecalcium or magnesium salt of an organic acid, IV) optionally adding an oil phase, V) Adding a solution of AlCl3 or any hydrates thereof, to form said anhydrous antiperspirant composition.
WO/2015/051806 METHOD FOR CHARACTERISATION OF ELECTRICAL PROPERTIES||WO||16.04.2015|
||PCT/DK2014/050327||DANMARKS TEKNISKE UNIVERSITET||BURON, Jonas Christian Due|
The present disclosure relates to methods for characterising electrically anisotropic samples by use of terahertz test signals having different orientations with respect to the sample.