WO/2016/131462 HYDRAULIC DEVICE||WO||25.08.2016|
||PCT/DK2016/050047||380 INVENT APS||DUUS, Daniel|
The invention concerns a hydraulically constructed device for mounting between an earthmoving machine and a tool. The device is secured to the earthmoving machine and connected to the earthmoving machine's hydraulic system. The operator can from the panel in the driver's cabin of the earthmoving machine control the device to place the tool in motion. For this, the device can be outfitted with a quick change unit. This hydraulic device functions with or without a quick change unit. The device is built around a housing (10) consisting of at least one main axle (4) and a slide (6). The slide is movable in that the main axles are led through the slide, and furthermore on the outside of the slide there are a number of spiral slots (20) with a conformation corresponding to a number of loose keys (9). The loose keys are fixed in such a way that they create the connection between the housing and the spiral slots. The loose keys are configured such that they are adapted to the slots in the slide and can move in them, and advantageously they remain a replaceable wearing part.
WO/2016/131461 BLOOD SAMPLES TRANSPORT SYSTEM||WO||25.08.2016|
||PCT/DK2016/050044||BLAK & SØRENSEN APS||SØRENSEN, Peter Møller|
A method of transporting blood samples without using a capsule, in a tube system with an internal diameter that is greater than the external diameter of the applied blood samples and lesser than the lengths of the applied blood samples, the method including at least the following steps: • A: a blood sample (8) with an external diameter in the range Ø12 mm to Ø18 mm and with a length in the range from 80 mm to 110 mm is introduced in a tube system (1) that includes a dispatch station (3) and a receiver station (4), • Al: the physical dimensions of the blood sample (8) is checked and it is ensured that the blood sample (8) fits the tube system, • B: the blood sample (8) is dispatched from the dispatch station (3) by means of dispatching air.
WO/2016/131460 POWER GENERATION AND DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM FOR OFFSHORE DRILLING UNITS||WO||25.08.2016|
||PCT/DK2016/000006||MAERSK DRILLING A/S||PEDERSEN, John, Røn|
The present invention relates to power generation and distribution system suitable for use in a variety of applications such as Mobile Offshore Drilling Units and fixed offshore installations including various types of seaborne vessels, drilling rigs etc.
WO/2016/128004 CONTROL SYSTEM FOR DAMPING STRUCTURAL VIBRATIONS OF A WIND TURBINE SYSTEM HAVING MULTIPLE ROTORS||WO||18.08.2016|
||PCT/DK2016/050041||VESTAS WIND SYSTEMS A/S||BAUN, Torben Ladegaard|
A wind turbine system comprising a plurality of wind turbines mounted to a support structure including a tower, wherein each of the plurality of wind turbines includes a rotor and a power generation system driven by the rotor, and at least one of a rotor blade pitch adjustment means and a generator power control means. The system further includes control means that receives vibration data associated with the support structure and which is configured to determine a damping control command for a respective one of the plurality of wind turbines, wherein the or each of the wind turbines includes a damping controller that receives a damping control command and which is operable to apply a damping control input to one or both of the blade pitch adjustment means and the generator power control means so as to counteract the measured vibration of the support structure. A benefit of the invention is that the operation of the multiple turbines of the system is used to reduce the effects of structural vibration by damping that vibration in an active manner.
WO/2016/128006 MAINTENANCE MEMBER FOR A WIND TURBINE AND METHOD FOR USING IT||WO||18.08.2016|
||PCT/DK2016/050043||GULLØV INNOVATION APS||GULLØV CHRISTENSEN, Jan|
A wind turbine (2) comprising at least one rotor blade (8) is disclosed. The wind turbine (2) comprises at least one maintenance member (14) configured to be arranged in a first configuration in which the wind turbine (2) is in power generating mode and in a second configuration in which the wind turbine (2) is in maintenance mode.
WO/2016/128005 CONTROL SYSTEM FOR WIND TURBINE HAVING MULTIPLE ROTORS ARRANGED TO CONTROL SUPPORT ARM ORIENTATION||WO||18.08.2016|
||PCT/DK2016/050042||VESTAS WIND SYSTEMS A/S||BAUN, Torben Ladegaard|
The invention is directed to a wind turbine system comprising a first pair of wind turbines mounted to a support structure by a first support arm arrangement, and a second pair of wind turbines mounted to the support structure by a second support arm arrangement. The first and second support arm arrangements are mounted to the support structure at a respective yaw unit so as to yaw about the major axis of the support structure. Moreover, the wind turbine system further includes a control system that is configured to control the yaw angle of each of the first and second support arm arrangements, wherein the control system is configured to identify the presence of a predetermined shutdown condition and, in response, the control system is operable to control the yaw angles of the first support arm arrangement and the second support arm arrangement to a predetermined safe state.
WO/2016/127999 NEUROPEPTIDE Y AS A PROGNOSTIC MARKER OF PROSTATE CANCER||WO||18.08.2016|
||PCT/DK2016/050035||UNIVERSITY OF COPENHAGEN||WIKSTRÖM, Pernilla|
The present invention relates to the finding that Neuropeptide Y (NPY) can be used as a marker for establishing a prognosis for prostate cancer. Disclosed herein is a method for establishing a prognosis by determining the levels of NPY and optionally of ERG in a sample isolated from an individual suffering from or suspected of suffering from prostate cancer. NPY may be determined by ELISA employing an antibody which binds to the C-terminal portion of pro-NPY. The present methods provide a reliable prognosis independently of the Gleason score (GS), but are even more reliable when performed on individuals with a GS of 7 or less.
WO/2016/128001 A DOUBLE VALVE DEVICE FOR THE PREVENTION OF BACKFLOW AND METHOD OF ITS USE||WO||18.08.2016|
||PCT/DK2016/050038||FLA INVEST APS||ANDERSEN, Flemming Lind|
A double valve device for the prevention of backflow and method of its use Abstract A double device (1) and method serves for mounting in a flow channel of a sewer (47) for the prevention of backflow, which sewer (47) has an intake pipe (50) and an outfall pipe (51) for sewage and/or water. The double valve device (1) comprises an elongated hollow valve body (2, 3) that includes a first elongate hollow member (2) defining a first channel (2a) and a second elongate hollow member (3) defining a second channel (3a) opposite the first channel (2a), an actuator (28) operatively connected to the elongate hollow valve body (2, 3) to allow adjusting the distance between the first elongated hollow member (2) and the second elongate hollow member (3) upon actuation, wherein the first elongate hollow member (2) has a first flap valve (20) pivotally between a closed state and an open state of a first valve opening (55) of the first elongate hollow member (2). The second elongate hollow member (3) has a second flap valve (27) pivotally between a closed state and an open state of a second valve opening (57) of the second elongate hollow member (3), which second valve opening (57) faces the first valve opening (55). The valve device is a backflow blocker, which, during daily operation, allows wastewater to pass by, but in damming and flooding situations automatically closes the flap valves in the drainage line so that water cannot flow into the drain upstream the valve device.
WO/2016/128002 CONTROL SYSTEM HAVING LOCAL AND CENTRAL CONTROLLERS FOR WIND TURBINE SYSTEM HAVING MULTIPLE ROTORS||WO||18.08.2016|
||PCT/DK2016/050039||VESTAS WIND SYSTEMS A/S||MIRANDA, Erik Carl Lehnskov|
A wind turbine system comprising a plurality of wind turbines mounted to a common support structure, wherein each of the plurality of wind turbines includes a rotor and a power generation system driven by the rotor, wherein the wind turbine system further comprises: localised control means including a plurality of local control modules, wherein each of the local control modules is operable to monitor the operation of a respective one of the plurality of wind turbines, and to issue local control commands thereto to achieve a set of local control objectives; and centralised control means configured to monitor the operation of the wind turbine system and provide centralised control commands to the plurality of wind turbines in order to achieve a set of supervisory control objectives associated with at least two of the plurality of wind turbines.
WO/2016/128000 A METHOD OF DIRECTLY DETERMINING THE WATER BALANCE IN FUEL CELLS||WO||18.08.2016|
||PCT/DK2016/050037||AALBORG UNIVERSITET||BERNING, Torsten|
The present invention relates to a method of determining the water balance of a proton exchange membrane fuel cell, characterized by the net water drag coefficient (rd),by employing constant temperature anemometry (CTA). rd can be directly determined by collecting and processing a working voltage signal across a heated wire of a constant temperature anemometer located at the outlet of the anode of a fuel cell.