WO/2015/071526 METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR ENHANCED DIGITAL IMAGING||WO||21.05.2015|
||PCT/FI2013/051078||NOKIA TECHNOLOGIES OY||PYLKKÄNEN, Tom|
Method, apparatus and computer programs are disclosed for forming synthesized panning of images. Based on a pair of digital images taken by a pair of digital cameras and their calibration information, a disparity map is formed for image objects in the pair of digital images. A combined image is formed using the pair of digital images. The combined image is segmented,using the disparity map, to comprise a foreground region and a background region. A sequence of synthesized panning images is formed so that for each combined image:a perspective shift is applied between the foreground region and background region; and a shifting portion of the perspective shifted image is cropped.
WO/2015/071525 JAW CRUSHER, CRUSHING PLANT AND CRUSHING METHOD||WO||21.05.2015|
||PCT/FI2013/051074||METSO MINERALS, INC.||VIILO, Keijo|
A jaw crusher (100) comprising a fixed jaw and a movable jaw for forming a crushing chamber (3) therebetween which is open at the top,the fixed jaw comprising a first wear part (1) mounted thereto and the movable jaw comprising a pitman (4) and a second wear part (2) mounted thereto; wherein the crushing chamber comprises an upper section (5), a middle section (6), and a lower section (7) having equal heights (h); and the pitman is bearing-mounted to an eccentric shaft (8) and to at least one slide member (9, 9'). The at least one slide member (9, 9') is configured to slide in a direction substantially perpendicular to the vertical diagonal(10) of the crushing chamber. A method for crushing mineral material in a jaw crusher (100) or a crushing plant (200).
WO/2015/071529 A LOW-BEAM HEADLIGHT ELEMENT FOR A VEHICLE||WO||21.05.2015|
||PCT/FI2014/050294||LEDIL OY||HUKKANEN, Hannu|
A low-beam headlight element (600) comprises a lens (301, 401, 501) for modifying the distribution pattern of light penetrating the lens (301, 401, 501), and a reflector element (302, 502) comprising a first end having a place for a light source (307) and a second end having an opening constituting a passage for the light penetrating the lens (301, 401, 501). The thickness of the lens (301, 401, 501) is shaped to decrease more strongly towards a first edge (303) of the lens than towards an opposite second edge (204) of lens (301, 401, 501) so as to provide more refractivity on a first area (205) of the lens (301, 401, 501) abutting on the first edge (303) than on a second area (206) of the lens (301, 401, 501) abutting on the second edge (204). The refractivity on the first area (205) produces a cutoff line (311, 411, 511) in a resulting light distribution pattern. Hence, for achieving a cutoff line (311, 411, 511) meandering in a desired way, there is no need for a screen element which converts light into heat.
WO/2015/071530 IMPROVING COMMUNICATION EFFICIENCY||WO||21.05.2015|
||PCT/FI2014/050746||NOKIA TECHNOLOGIES OY||KNECKT, Jarkko|
There is provided a method comprising: determining, by a transmitter node, maximum packet duration for a data packet to be transmitted,wherein the data packet comprises a plurality of data units;causing a transmission of the data packet; causing a reception of an acknowledgement frame indicating a failed reception of multiple consecutive data units of the transmitted data packet;determining a transmission duration during which the failed multiple consecutive data units were transmitted; and determining whether or not to adjust the maximum packet duration for upcoming data packet transmissions on the basis of the determined transmission duration.
WO/2015/071531 A SHELTER, A CURVED ELEMENT AND A USE OF A SHELTER||WO||21.05.2015|
||PCT/FI2014/050748||KT-SHELTER OY||KASANEN, Tommi|
The invention relates to a shelter comprising a base comprising base buses (109); a frame (100) comprising curves (102, 10N) and beams (120, 125) supporting said curves (102, 10N), wherein each end of said curves (102, 0N) are attached to corresponding base bus (109); wherein each curve (102, 10N) is being composed of curved elements (113), said curved element (113) comprising means for connecting a curve (102) to another curve (103) with a beam (120), wherein the shelter further comprises a cable (130, 135), which cable (130, 135) for tightening and supporting the frame (100). The invention also relates to a curved element, and to a use of a shelter as a shelter for aircrafts or as a sports hall.
WO/2015/071550 METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR CONTINUOUS MANUFACTURE OF SURFACE SIZING STARCH, WET-END STARCH OR BINDER STARCH IN PAPER, CARDBOARD AND CHEMICAL PULP INDUSTRY||WO||21.05.2015|
||PCT/FI2014/050867||ADPAP OY||JOKIRANTA, Petri|
The invention relates to a method and apparatus for continuous manufacture of surface sizing starch, wet-end starch or binder starch in paper, cardboard and chemical pulp industry. The starch slurry is modified as a starch size suitable for the application (6) by exposing the starch slurry to ultra sound in the ultrasonic unit (4, 4a, 4b).
WO/2015/071540 ARRANGEMENT FOR TREATING EXHAUST GAS IN A TURBOCHARGED INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINE AND METHOD OF OPERATING A TURBOCHARGED INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINE||WO||21.05.2015|
||PCT/FI2014/050850||WÄRTSILÄ FINLAND OY||KINNARI, Pekka|
Invention relates to an arrangement for treating exhaust gas (24) in a turbocharged internal combustion engine (10), in which an exhaust gas manifold (16) of the engine is selectively connectable between the inlets (34,38) of the first and the second exhaust gas treatment device (26,28), and an outlet (30) of the first turbine section (22.1) is selectively connectable between the inlets (34,38) of the first and the second exhaust gas treatment device, inversely to the connection state of the exhaust gas manifold, and the outlet (36,40) of both the first and the second exhaust gas treatment device (26,28) is selectively connectable to the inlet (32) of the first turbine section (22.1) and a downstream section (58) of the exhaust gas system.
WO/2015/071545 PRECIPITATION SENSOR||WO||21.05.2015|
||PCT/FI2014/050860||TECONER OY||NYLANDER, Pauli|
A technique for characterizing precipitation is provided. According to this technique, the characterization of precipitation comprises receiving an impedance signal that is indicative of the impedance in a predetermined area on a measurement surface, deriving, on basis of the impedance signal, a first precipitation rate that is descriptive of accumulated mass of precipitation particles falling on said predetermined area during a calculation period, receiving an acoustic signal that is indicative of acoustic impacts caused by said precipitation particles in vicinity of said measurement surface, deriving, on basis of said acoustic signal, a second precipitation rate that is descriptive of accumulated mass of said precipitation particles during the calculation period, and designating, in response to receiving an indication regarding a presence of precipitation, current precipitation type as one of predetermined precipitation types at least in part on basis of a first precipitation indicator value derived on basis of the first and second precipitation rates.
WO/2015/071547 METHOD AND ARRANGEMENT FOR SEPARATING NICKEL AND COBALT FROM NICKEL LATERITES AND NICKEL LATERITE LEACH SOLUTIONS||WO||21.05.2015|
||PCT/FI2014/050864||OUTOTEC (FINLAND) OY||LAITALA, Hannu|
The invention relates to a method and an arrangement for separating nickel and cobalt by oxime extraction from an aluminium- and iron-fee leach solution obtained from acidic nickel laterite leach. The process is performed at a pH in the range of 4 to 5.5 and at a temperature of less than 100°C. The process may also comprise acid leaching of nickel laterite and removal of aluminium and iron as preceding steps. Furthermore, the process may comprise recovery of nickel and cobalt from the nickel and cobalt bearing solution obtained from the oxime extraction.
WO/2015/071537 PROPULSION SYSTEMS FOR AQUATIC VESSELS||WO||21.05.2015|
||PCT/FI2014/050847||NORSEPOWER OY LTD||LEVANDER, Kai|
A propulsion system (102) for an aquatic vessel(100)is provided. The propulsion system includes a plurality of Magnus-type rotors(108)and a drive arrangement (147) for rotating the plurality of Magnus-type rotors. The plurality of Magnus-type rotors are operable to rotate about corresponding substantially upright axes. The propulsion system also includes a control arrangement(150)for controlling the drive arrangement to vary rates of rotations of the plurality of Magnus-type rotors. Each of the plurality of Magnus-type rotors includes a hollow region (116) therein. Each of the Magnus-type rotors is rotationally supported onto a support arrangement(118) which extends into the hollow region. The drive arrangement includes at least one motor(148) disposed in the hollow region and located outside the support arrangement such that the at least one motor is accessible for maintenance. Furthermore, the at least one Magnus-type rotor includes a ventilation aperture arrangement(132)for enabling an upward movement of air to occur in operation within the at least one Magnus-type rotor for ventilating and cooling the drive arrangement and/or other internal components.