WO/2016/188529 AUTOMATIC DISPENSER, PREFERABLY FOR DISPENSING FEED||WO||01.12.2016|
||PCT/DK2016/000022||DAHL, Christian||DAHL, Christian|
In an automatic dispenser for the dispensing of feed which comprises a receptacle (1) which has an outlet opening (2) at the bottom of a width (b) and a depth (d) and a closing mechanism (3) which is activated from outside and is mounted in the receptacle (1) so that it can move from a top to a bottom position in the receptacle (1) and consists of a plane intermediate piece (4) which has a bottom piece (6) at the bottom of the front wall (5) which is at right angles to the intermediate piece (4) and of a width and depth which is approximately equal to the width (b) and the depth (d) of the outlet opening (2) and has at the top a top plate (9) which forms an angle (v) which is smaller than 90° to the intermediate piece (4) the front (5) of the intermediate piece (4) is designed with two plates (7) which are at right angles to the intermediate piece (4) and mounted at a mutual distance and have a curved top side (8) which flushes with the front of the intermediate piece (4) at the top and at the bottom reaches in over the bottom piece (6) at such a height that when the closing mechanism (3) is in top position, the intermediate piece (4) is pressed against the inner side of the rear wall (16) of the receptacle (1) by a pin (11) which is mounted through holes (12) in the outside hinge elements on the receptacle (1) and bears on the top sides (8) of the plates (7) in which position the top plate (9) bears on the inner side of the front wall (5) of the receptacle (1) whereby the rear edge (14) of the top plate (9) is positioned at a distance (19) from the rear wall (16) thereby allowing that feed can be fed from the space above the top plate (9) into a space (20) which is defined by the rear side of the closing mechanism (3) and the adjacent walls of the receptacle (1). When the closing mechanism (3) is in bottom position, the top plate (9) bears on both the inner side of the front wall (15) and the inner side of the rear wall (16). The closing mechanism (3) is activated from the outside by an activator (24) which can be mounted on the inner side of the front wall (15) of the receptacle (1) above the closing mechanism (3) and is connected to this by a steel wire (25) which runs through an opening in the top plate (9) and is able to give the closing mechanism (3) an upward and subsequently a downward movement at adjustable intervals. When the closing mechanism (3) is in its top position, feed is supplied from the space above the top plate (9) to the space (20), (fig. 2). When the closing mechanism (3) is in its bottom position, the feed flows from the space (20) through the opening (21), (fig. 3).
WO/2016/188530 BIOMARKERS FOR PREDICTION OF DEVELOPMENT OF HYPOXEMIA DUE TO ACUTE LUNG INJURY||WO||01.12.2016|
||PCT/DK2016/050138||REGION NORDJYLLAND, AALBORG SYGEHUS||MALTESEN, Raluca Georgiana|
The present invention relates to a set of biomarkers, which can be used to determinethe risk of developing hypoxemia for subjects undergoingopen heart surgery with the use of cardiopulmonary bypass (CPB).
WO/2016/188531 A GRASPING TOOL||WO||01.12.2016|
||PCT/DK2016/050142||COLOPLAST A/S||MATTHISON-HANSEN, Kaspar|
A grasping tool (20) for removing a stent from the body of a patient. The grasping tool has a grasping head (38) forming two jaws connected to each other and configured to be shifted between an open state and a closed state. Each jaw includes three portions having different thicknesses. The grasping tool is configured to obtain sufficient holding force between the jaws while requiring reduced operating force of the tool. A method for removing a stent from a patient is also disclosed.
WO/2016/188532 CONTROL OF A WIND TURBINE TAKING FATIGUE MEASURE INTO ACCOUNT||WO||01.12.2016|
||PCT/DK2016/050143||VESTAS WIND SYSTEMS A/S||HAMMERUM, Keld|
The present invention relates to control of wind turbines where a fatigue load measure is taken into account. Control of a wind turbine is described where a control trajectory is calculated based on a fatigue load measure, the fatigue load measure being determined from a predicted operational trajectory. In embodiments the predicted operational trajectories are calculated by using a model predictive control (MPC) routine, and the fatigue load measure includes a rainflow count algorithm.
WO/2016/188533 ENZYME ACTIVITY ASSAY SYSTEM AND DEVICES||WO||01.12.2016|
||PCT/DK2016/050144||KØBENHAVNS UNIVERSITET (KU)||KRACUN, Stjepan Kresimir|
The invention relates to an enzyme activity device suitably for determination of biopolymer enzyme degrading activity in a liquid sample, said enzyme activity device comprising a biopolymer substrate and a solid support structure supporting said biopolymer substrate wherein said biopolymer substrate comprises a dyed and water insoluble xerogel comprising a network of cross-linked biopolymers. The invention also relates to an enzyme activity assay and a method of determining enzyme activity of a sample.
WO/2016/188534 TRANSPORTING DEVICE WITH TUBULAR FLEXIBLE BODY||WO||01.12.2016|
||PCT/DK2016/050145||TRANSPORTCONVAYER IVS||SINDERSEN, Vagn|
Transporting device (2) for conveying items (40) over a conveying route is disclosed. The transporting device comprises a tubular flexible body (44) having an interior space. The transporting device comprises a first end portion (14) and a second end portion (14'), wherein either a gap (16) is provided between the end portions, or wherein it is possible to provide a gap between the end portions by moving the end portions away from each other. The transporting device comprises at least one wing member (4, 4') attached to the body in such a manner that displacement of the at least one wing member causes the end portions to be moved away from each other whereby the gap is increased. The interior space is arranged and configured to contain the items being conveyed when using the transporting device. Hereby, items can be inserted into and removed from the interior space when a gap is provided between the end portions.
WO/2016/188535 A PORTABLE CHAIR||WO||01.12.2016|
||PCT/DK2016/050146||SITPACK APS||LIND-BENDIXEN, Jonas|
The present invention relates to a portable chair (10) with an extended supporting state, where the chair can support a normal person in a standing position by telescopically arranged support elements (5, 50), and a non-extended, compact state. Two seating elements (20a, 20b) forms both a seating bar (20) in the extended, supporting state of the chair, and a cover for the supporting elements in a non-extended, compact state of the chair. The portable chair is mechanically locked in the extended state by relative turning a first and a second adjacent support element in a transverse direction of the portable chair. Thereby a simple and compact portable chair is provided, which can be manufactured in a cost- effective way, in particular using injection moulding. Moreover, the chair is very user friendly because the chair is quickly transformed from the compact to the extended state and locked in this state.
WO/2016/188536 AN ARTIFICIAL AIRWAY DEVICE WITH DOUBLE WALLED CONNECTOR||WO||01.12.2016|
||PCT/DK2016/050147||AMBU A/S||HANSEN, Jan Guldberg|
An artificial airway device (1) with an airway tube (5) adapted to be inserted into a patient, the airway tube having a bore extending from a proximal end (6) to a distal end (7) of the airway tube, the airway tube further comprising a connector (2) with a longitudinal bore (12) and a first wall section (18) extending from a flange part (14) and adapted for insertion into the bore at the proximal end of the airway tube, a machine connector part (13) with a second wall section (20) extending from the flange part in a direction opposite to the first wall section and adapted for connecting to a breathing apparatus, the machine connector part further comprising a third wall section (21) extending from the flange part in the direction opposite to the first wall section, wherein the third wall section preferably extends inside the second wall section.
WO/2016/188537 AN ENDOSCOPE||WO||01.12.2016|
||PCT/DK2016/050148||AMBU A/S||MATTHISON-HANSEN, Kasper Mat|
An endoscope having an operating handle comprising a handle housing arranged at a proximal end and an insertion tube extending from said handle towards a distal end of the endoscope and terminating in a steerable tip part at the distal end of the endoscope, the endoscope further comprising a control mechanism with a Bowden cable having an outer guide tube having a first length between a proximal end and a distal end of said outer guide tube and an inner pull-wire having a second length between a proximal end and a distal end of said inner pull-wire, said second length being longer than said first length, the proximal end of the outer guide tube is affixed to the operating handle by means of an adhesive.
WO/2016/188538 AN ENDOSCOPE COMPRISING A CHASSIS HAVING A SHELL STRUCTURE||WO||01.12.2016|
||PCT/DK2016/050149||AMBU A/S||MATTHISON-HANSEN, Kaspar Mat|
An endoscope (1) having an operating handle (2). The operating handle (2) comprises a handle housing adapted to accommodate a number of movable parts, respect to said handle housing. The housing comprises at least two shell parts (9, 10) forming the outer housing walls. Furthermore, the operating handle (2) comprises a chassis (17) adapted to support said at least two shells parts (9, 10) forming the outer housing walls.