WO/2016/169567 DEVICE AND METHOD FOR PROTECTING WINDOWS FROM UNAUTHORIZED REMOVAL OF GLASS PANES||WO||27.10.2016|
||PCT/DK2016/050098||KJERRUMGAARD ADMINISTRATION APS||KJERRUMGAARD BRINK, Liselotte|
A window (2) comprising a frame (4) and a glass pane (6) and one or more devices (12, 112) for protecting windows against unauthorized removal of a glass pane from a window is disclosed. The device (12, 112) comprises a longitudinal base (14, 114) and a perpendicular protrusion (16, 116), which base comprises a plurality of downwards protruding teeth (18, 118) to interact with the frame, which base is to be placed in one or more cavities (20) below, beside or above a glass pane, which mostly perpendicular protrusion is to be placed in front of the glass pane, which base comprises at least one longitudinal projecting edge (22, 122). Hereby, the device protects a window from unauthorized access.
WO/2016/169569 METHOD FOR UNCOVERING AND ON-COVERING OF A LIMITED HORIZONTAL SURFACE WITH A COVER AND STORAGE SYSTEM AND PULL-OUT WINCH FOR USE WITH THE METHOD||WO||27.10.2016|
||PCT/DK2016/050107||ASTRO FOIL NORDIC APS||ESPERSEN, Claus|
Storage system and pull out winch (6) where the storage system includes a, above a horizontal surface (1) suspended storage (3) for storing of a cover (2) in a rolled up state, since a pull out winch (6) is connected via a wire connection (5) to a pull out edge (4) of the cover (2) and a motor drive (9) in the storage (3) is connected with a roll up rod (13) where the motor drive (9) and the pull out winch (6) are in connection with a joint control system (11).
WO/2016/169570 A FISH PROCESSING MACHINE AND A METHOD FOR PROCESSING FISH||WO||27.10.2016|
||PCT/DK2016/050108||KROMA A/S||KRISTENSEN, Ivan|
Disclosed is a fish processing machine (1) comprising a first fish processing arrangement (2) including at least one first conveyer means (3) and one or more first fish processing means (4) arranged to process fish (5) transported by the first conveyer means (3). The fish processing machine (1) further comprises a second fish processing arrangement (6) including at least one second conveyer means (7) and one or more second fish processing means (21) arranged to process fish (5) transported by the second conveyer means (7). The fish processing machine (1) also comprises an entry opening (8) through which fish (5) enters the fish processing machine (1), wherein the second fish processing arrangement (6) is arranged above the first fish processing arrangement (2) and wherein elevator means (9) is arranged between the entry opening (8) and the first and second fish processing arrangement (6) so that the elevator means (9) delivers fish (5) entering trough the entry opening (8) alternating to the first fish processing arrangement (2) or the second fish processing arrangement (6). A method for processing fish (5) is also disclosed.
WO/2016/169568 A FUEL VALVE FOR A LARGE TWO-STROKE SELF-IGNITING INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINE||WO||27.10.2016|
||PCT/DK2016/050106||MAN DIESEL & TURBO, FILIAL AF MAN DIESEL & TURBO SE, TYSKLAND||FLARUP, Johannes|
A fuel valve (1) for injecting fuel into the combustion chamber of a large two-stroke self-igniting internal engine combustion engine, with a valve needle (20) that is resiliently biased towards a valve seat (22). The effective pressure surface that causes fuel pressure to urge the valve needle (20) in the opening direction increases significantly when the valve needle (20) has lift from the valve seat (22). A supplementary effective pressure surface (29) is provided on the valve needle (20). The supplementary effective pressure surface (29) creates a force urging the valve needle (20) towards the valve seat (22) when the supplementary effective pressure surface (29) is exposed to fuel pressure.
WO/2016/169565 SURFACE TREATMENT TOOL||WO||27.10.2016|
||PCT/DK2016/000016||HH PATENT A/S||HUNDEBØL, Keld Otting|
By, according to the invention, designing a surface treatment tool with a grinding head (16, 17) with cylindrical rollers (18), so that the tool (16, 17, 18) is balanced by weight because the tool's centre of gravity is close to the tool's surface treatment area, the tool (18) will automatically adjust according to the surface (25) of the treated workpiece, regardless of the level of the surface. Hereby is achieved a previously unknown simple way to surface treat, be it flat and curved workpiece surfaces alike. Furthermore, the tool (16,17,18) is balanced by weight so that treatment pressure can be adjusted according to need.
WO/2016/169566 DENESTING ELEMENT FOR CLOSELY STACKED OBJECTS||WO||27.10.2016|
||PCT/DK2016/000018||JYSK KONSTRUKTIONSTEKNIK A/S||CHRISTENSEN, Flemming Aarsley|
The invention relates to a denesting element (5) for a denesting apparatus. The denesting apparatus is intended for denesting stacked objects (1,2) in a predetermined denesting direction. The denesting element (5) has at least a base (6) and a contact section (31). The base (6) is intended for being placed between the contact section (31) and a drive element (33) of the denesting apparatus. The drive element (33) is intended for driving the denesting element (5) rotationally or translationally. When the denesting element (5) is mounted in the denesting apparatus, the contact section (31) is capable of displacing elastically between an extended position and a retracted position.
WO/2016/165714 A RECEPTOR FOR A LIGHTNING PROTECTION SYSTEM||WO||20.10.2016|
||PCT/DK2015/050290||GLOBAL LIGHTNING PROTECTION SERVICES A/S||OLSEN, Flemming Bjørn|
A receptor assembly (1; 5) for a lightning protection system for a wind turbine blade (2) is disclosed, comprising electrically conducting current carriers (6; 19) and mounting bolts (9) and/or threaded rods (20), wherein each of the current carriers is a metallic part arranged and dimensioned to surround at least a part of a mounting bolt or a threaded rod without being in electrical contact with the mounting bolt or threaded rod, at least a part of the external surface at one end of each current carrier is arranged to be a contact surface (10) for mechanical and electrical contact to a receptor base (3; 16) in such a way that, in the case of a lightning impact on the receptor, the lightning current passes through the one or more current carriers rather than through the one or more mounting bolts and/or threaded rods on its way through the receptor.
WO/2016/165718 CONTROLLING OF WIND-TURBINE-CONVERTER SYSTEM OVER A COMMUNICATION BUS||WO||20.10.2016|
||PCT/DK2016/050101||VESTAS WIND SYSTEMS A/S||DOAN, Duy Duc|
A wind-turbine-converter system with inverter controllers for inverters and a distributed error- handling system as well as a method of controlling the same is provided. The inverter controllers are linked by a communication bus with one or more communication rings. The communication bus enables a control word to circulate between the inverter controllers. When an inverter controller detects a fault of an associated inverter, the inverter controller produces a control word indicative of the detected fault. The control word indicative of the detected fault circulates to all other inverter controllers over the communication bus and the inverter controllers perform a given fault-response action.
WO/2016/165719 WIND TURBINE CONVERTER CONTROL||WO||20.10.2016|
||PCT/DK2016/050102||VESTAS WIND SYSTEMS A/S||NIELSEN, John Godsk|
A method of controlling a full-scale converter system in which both the grid-side inverter unit and the generator-side inverter unit have a series-connection of parallel inverters and form a generator-side and grid-side voltage-center-point at a voltage level between the inverters connected in series. The voltage-center-points are electrically connected by a center-line conductor. Conversion operation with a de-rated maximum active power-output is performed in response to at least one of (i) the grid-side inverter and (ii) the generator-side inverter of the first converter-string being disabled, by disabling active power production of at least one of (i) the grid-side inverter and (ii) the generator-side inverter of the second converter-string, or correspondingly reducing active power production of the second converter-string, thereby preventing a compensation current along the center-line conductor.
WO/2016/165720 FAULT TOLERANT WIND TURBINE CONVERTER SYSTEM||WO||20.10.2016|
||PCT/DK2016/050103||VESTAS WIND SYSTEMS A/S||NIELSEN, John Godsk|
In a full-scale converter system both the grid-side inverter unit and the generator-side inverter unit have a series connection of parallel inverters and form a generator-side and grid-side voltage-center-point at a voltage level between those of the inverters connected in series. The voltage-center-points are electrically connected by a center-line conductor that has a cross- section between 30% and 70% of that of a positive or negative potential conductor. The converter system continues conversion operation in the event of a fault in an inverter of a first converter-string, with non-faulty inverters of the converter system, as the center-line conductor is dimensioned by said cross-section to carry a compensation current resulting from an unbalanced active power-output.