WO/2016/001478 SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR STORING HIGH CAPACITY ELECTRIC ENERGY||WO||07.01.2016|
||PCT/FI2014/050560||TERALOOP OY||SAARINEN, Petri|
The disclosed embodiments provide a highly efficient, utility scale energy storage and retrieval system. The system is characterized by a chain of multiple rotating interconnected masses (8), a hollow toroid- shaped housing (1), plural pairs of permanent magnets (7, 11), magnets (7, 11) and coils (10) for the charging and discharging of electric energy and is operated by an automated control system. The mass (8) chain is fitted and rotating inside the housing (1), and the energy is stored into the rotational energy of the chain. The transformation of electrical energy into rotational energy or vice versa is carried out by using coil units (10). In order to minimize losses, the chain is magnetically levitating and a vacuum is pumped into the housing (1).
WO/2015/171042 ARRANGEMENT FOR ICE-BREAKING||WO||12.11.2015|
||PCT/SE2015/050442||STENA REDERI AB||JOHANSSON, Bengt M|
The invention concerns a device for ice-breaking with ice-breaking hull of vessel. According to the invention, there are utilized two functionally separate elements (I, II) of different width (B; D), one upper and wider element (I) of which is situated next to the water line (13) for breaking of unbroken ice (14), while a more slender element (II) situated below the same is intended for the transport of the broken ice (15) sideways and under the unbroken ice (14). The upper wider element (I), which is provided with an essentially flat lower part portion (11) abaft an inclining front part (10), is arranged to at a small frame angle (a), preferably less than 15°, break the ice (14) downwards when moving ahead. An essentially flat stern part (12), which has a small frame angle (c), preferably less than 20°, is arranged to break the ice (14) downwards when moving astern. The lower and more slender element (II) has essentially vertical side portions (7,8,9) which in the forebody and the afterbody have been provided with marked wedge-shape which sideways shove the broken ice (15) the transport of which sideways and astern is augmented by bow propellers (17) and wing propellers (18).
WO/2015/163813 CHUCK FOR A DRILL HEAD OF A ROTATION DRILLING RIG||WO||29.10.2015|
||PCT/SE2015/050455||ATLAS COPCO ROCK DRILLS AB||HANNA, Jan|
A chuck (5) for a drill head (4) of a rotation rock drilling rig (1), wherein a plurality of jaws (7) are equally angularly distributed around a grip position axis (9), wherein the jaws co-operate with actuator means (10) for radial movements of the jaws (7), and wherein the chuck includes urging means being arranged for influencing the jaws into the release position. The urging means is a partially annular jaw spring (8) surrounding said axis (9) and having two spring ends (20, 21) adjacent to each other. The jaws (7) together form an inside seat (24) for the jaw spring and the jaw spring (8) is arranged for fixing engagement with one of the jaws (7). The invention also relates to a drill head, a rig and a jaw spring.
WO/2015/163809 DRILLING RIG AND DRILL HEAD OF A DRILLING RIG||WO||29.10.2015|
||PCT/SE2015/050446||ATLAS COPCO ROCK DRILLS AB||HANNA, Jan|
A drill head (4) for a rotation drilling rig (1), including: a rotation motor (M), a drill head spindle (7), and a gear change transmission (8) between the rotation motor and the drill head spindle, the gear change transmission (8) including an input shaft (9) connected to the rotation motor and an output shaft (10) connected to the drill head spindle. The input shaft (9) is co-axial with the output shaft (10), the input shaft (9) is permanently coupled to an intermediate shaft (12) over a first speed reduction gear couple (13), the gear change transmission (8) includes a clutch (14) being shiftable between a first position interconnecting the input and output shafts (9,10) for obtaining the same rotational speed for the input and output shafts, and a second position connecting the intermediate shaft (12) to the output shaft (10) over a second speed reduction gear couple (15). The invention also relates to a rig.
WO/2015/124304 CONTROL UNIT OF AN INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINE||WO||27.08.2015|
||PCT/EP2015/000372||MAN DIESEL & TURBO SE||PROBST, Ulrich|
A control unit of an internal combustion engine, specifically for actuating injectors or gas valves of a fuel supply system of the internal combustion engine, wherein the control unit actuates each injector to open said injector in such a way that the voltage applied to the respective injector changes between different voltage levels both in a boost phase of the actuation and in a hold phase of the actuation, and wherein the control unit actuates the respective injector in the boost phase in such a way that, after a defined boost current level has been reached, the voltage applied to the respective injector changes between a relatively low boost voltage level, which is greater than zero volts, and a relatively high boost voltage level, which is greater than a supply voltage of the control unit.
WO/2015/124689 REMEDIAL SIGNAL GENERATOR||WO||27.08.2015|
||PCT/EP2015/053528||TRUST TECHNOLOGY WORLD - DMCC||BUTNER, Wayne|
A remedial device for the reduction or elimination of the potentially harmful effects on humans or animal life caused by exposure to electromagnetic fields produced by devices that are battery operated and transmit RF signals containing a module for the detection and analysis of the RF signals wherein said module is powered by the battery of the device and when the presence of potentially harmful radiation is detected the detection activates a remedial signal generator and the protocol and mode of communication and the signals are analysed to determine whether they are likely to cause biological effects and the remedial signal is tailored accordingly.
WO/2015/124744 RECORDAL OF POTENTIAL HARMFUL RADIATION||WO||27.08.2015|
||PCT/EP2015/053651||TRUST TECHNOLOGY WORLD - DMCC||BUTNER, Wayne|
A personal communication device provided with means for the detection of potential harmful radiation emitted by the device and which is provided with a data memory module that records the characteristics of the data detected to provide real time data for the study of potentially harmful radiation.
WO/2015/110268 CONTAINER FOR SUPPLYING PLANT ROOTS WITH NUTRIENT SOLUTION WITHOUT THE USE OF SOIL||WO||30.07.2015|
||PCT/EP2015/000132||ERBACHER, Clemens||ERBACHER, Clemens|
A container (1) for supplying plant roots with nutrient solution without the use of soil has a basic shape which is selected from the group of basic shapes comprising cubes, cuboids, ellipsoids, spheres, rings, pyramids, cones, prisms and cylinders as well as combinations and parts of these shapes and asymmetrical shapes. The container (1) has an interior, which is provided for accommodating the plant roots, and a separating slot (8), which is arranged at a boundary of the container interior and is designed to subject at least one plant to clamping-in action, while at the same time allowing said plant to grow.
WO/2015/112728 VAPOR DELIVERY SYSTEM||WO||30.07.2015|
||PCT/US2015/012476||ULTRATECH, INC.||BERTUCH, Adam|
An improved ALD system usable for low vapor pressure liquid and sold precursors. The ALD system includes a precursor container and inert gas delivery elements configured to increase precursor vapor pressure within a precursor container by injecting an inert gas pulse into the precursor container while a precursor pulse is being removed to the reaction chamber. A controllable inert gas flow valve and a flow restrictor are disposed along an inert gas input line leading into the precursor container below its fill level. A vapor space is provided above the fill level. An ALD pulse valve is disposed along a precursor vapor line extending between the vapor space and the reaction chamber. Both valves are pulsed simultaneously to synchronously remove precursor vapor from the vapor space and inject inert gas into the precursor container below the fill level.
WO/2015/105989 COMBUSTION BOILER WITH PRE-DRYING FUEL CHUTE||WO||16.07.2015|
||PCT/US2015/010642||SULLIVAN, Eugene J.||SULLIVAN, Eugene J.|
A solid fuel boiler with one or more fuel chutes configured to pre-dry wet solid fuel prior to loading into a combustion chamber of the boiler, enabling higher thermal efficiencies and burning less fuel to produce the same steam quantity. The pre-drying fuel chutes pass through the boiler where hot combustion gases radiantly and convectively - heat the chute walls to dry the wet solid fuel by radiant, convective, and/or conductive heating. Agitator mechanisms or structures within the chute mix the fuel for uniform heating, break up clumps of wet fuel, regulate the speed of falling fuel, prevent sticking, dry the fuel by means of steam and/or hot air, transport and deliver a cooling medium while a chute is offline in an operating boiler, and suppress fire using steam injection. Fuel from the chute can flow into a fuel storage bin or directly into the combustion zone of the furnace.