WO/2016/150442 DAMPING OSCILLATIONS IN A WIND TURBINE||WO||29.09.2016|
||PCT/DK2016/050075||VESTAS WIND SYSTEMS A/S||KRISTOFFERSEN, Jacob Krogh|
Embodiments herein describe using a tower damping system to reduce oscillations in a wind turbine. To do so, the dampening system may use a metric that is decoupled from the activation strategy in order to control the blade pitch and avoid or mitigate feedback loops. In one embodiment, the dampening system measures a force on the turbine that is correlated to a fatigue loading on the tower. Furthermore, the turbine may perform a calculation to decouple the force from the activation strategy. That is, the turbine determines the value of the force as if the damping system was not activated or present. In addition, the dampening system uses the current wind speed and a wind distribution to generate a pitch reference value. The dampening system may use both the pitch reference value and the fatigue loading on the tower to reduce the tower oscillations.
WO/2016/150445 REPAIR OF WIND TURBINE COMPONENTS||WO||29.09.2016|
||PCT/DK2016/050083||VESTAS WIND SYSTEMS A/S||SMITH, Jonathan|
A method of repairing a subsurface defect (40) comprising a void in a composite wind turbine component (10) is described. The method comprises: forming an inlet passage (70a) extending between the surface (30) of the component and the void, the inlet passage defining an inlet at the surface; forming an outlet passage (70b) extending between the surface of the component and the void, the outlet passage defining an outlet at the surface; administering resin through the inlet; and causing the resin to flow from the inlet towards the outlet such that the resin substantially fills the void. The inlet and outlet passages are each formed as a respective groove that extends longitudinally between first (72) and second ends (74) defined at the surface of the component. Each groove has a first end portion (76) and a second end portion (78) defining the first and second ends respectively, and an intermediate portion (80) located between the first and second end portions and extending into the void. The first and second end portions of the respective grooves are chamfered such that the end portions have a depth relative to the surface of the component that increases progressively moving along the groove from the first and second ends towards the intermediate portion, in order to prevent cracks from forming in the wind turbine component as a result of the repair.
WO/2016/150443 KIT FOR AN OSTOMY DEVICE||WO||29.09.2016|
||PCT/DK2016/050077||COLOPLAST A/S||LAM, Peter Kwok Hing|
Disclosed is a method of attaching an adhesive, such as an adhesive on an adhesive base plate of an ostomy device, to a skin surface of a user. The method involves the steps of providing an adhesive, for instance on a base plate of an ostomy device. The adhesive can be disposed on a skin-facing surface of a backing layer. Also provided is a solvent capable of at least partly dissolving the adhesive. The solvent is brought into contact with the adhesive and the adhesive is applied to the skin of the user. Also disclosed is a kit of parts including an adhesive and a solvent capable of at least partly dissolving the adhesive.
WO/2016/150444 INHIBITORS OF PCSK9 FOR TREATMENT OF LIPOPROTEIN METABOLISM DISORDERS||WO||29.09.2016|
||PCT/DK2016/050082||AARHUS UNIVERSITET||GUSTAFSEN, Camilla|
The present disclosure relates to inhibitors of proprotein convertase subtilisin-like/kexin type 9 (PCSK9) for the treatment of lipoprotein metabolism disorders.
WO/2016/150446 METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR ATTACHING, DETECTING AND RETRIEVING A SINGLE CELL ON A SURFACE||WO||29.09.2016|
||PCT/DK2016/050084||CYTOTRACK APS||MARKUSSEN, Tom Hede|
The present disclosure relates to a method for attaching, detecting and retrieving a single cell on a manipulation medium comprising the steps of: attaching the single cell onto the manipulation medium by applying a carrier liquid;partially drying out the carrier liquid;detecting a property of the single cell by rotating the manipulation medium and scanning a light beam over the manipulation medium;loosening the single cell from the manipulation medium without damaging the single cell by manipulating the single cell with an instrument; and retrieving the single cell from the manipulation medium by aspirating the single cell into a tube,wherein the carrier liquid is dried out to a degree corresponding to that the single cell does not move during the rotation of the manipulation medium and that the single cell can be loosened by the instrument without damaging the single cell. The disclosure further relates to an apparatus for detection and manipulation of one or more object(s),
WO/2016/150447 CONTROL OF A MULTI-ROTOR WIND TURBINE SYSTEM USING A CENTRAL CONTROLLER TO CALCULATE LOCAL CONTROL OBJECTIVES||WO||29.09.2016|
||PCT/DK2016/050087||VESTAS WIND SYSTEMS A/S||MIRANDA, Erik Carl Lehnskov|
The present invention relates to control of a wind turbine system comprising a plurality of wind turbine modules mounted to a common support structure, i.e. to control of a multi-rotor wind turbine system. The invention discloses a control system for a multi-rotor wind turbine system which comprises local controllers operable to control the wind turbine modules in accordance with local control objectives and a central controller configured to monitor the operation of the wind turbine system and based thereon calculate the local control objectives. The central controller is implemented as a model predictive controller (MPC).
WO/2016/150448 BALLOON-TIPPED CATHETER FOR CONTINUOUS NERVE BLOCKS||WO||29.09.2016|
||PCT/DK2016/050089||RIGSHOSPITALET COPENHAGEN UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL||HESSELBJERG, Lars|
The invention relates to a catheter (1) for administering anaesthetics to a peripheral nerve site in a patient. The catheter (1) comprises a hollow, flexible catheter tube (2) having a first inner lumen (3) extending along a longitudinal axis of the catheter tube (2) from a proximal end (4) to a distal end (5) where a balloon (6) is arranged. The balloon (6) is adapted to be inflated from a collapsed state to an inflated state by a fluid fed through the catheter tube (2) into an inner cavity (7) of the balloon (6). The inflated balloon (6) is used to ensure that the distal end of the catheter (1) stays at the desired position at the peripheral nerve site. The catheter (1) may comprise a second lumen (10), so that the balloon (6) is inflated via one lumen and the anaesthetics is administered via the other lumen. The invention further relates to a needle-catheter kit and for a method of administering anaesthetics by use of such a catheter.
WO/2016/150449 RECOMBINANT SOLUBLE HUMAN TISSUE FACTOR, METHOD OF ITS PRODUCTION AND USES THEREOF||WO||29.09.2016|
||PCT/DK2016/050090||DANA GENETIC A/S||OSTHER, Kurt Bækgaard|
The present invention relates to a novel recombinant soluble human Tissue Factor(RshTF), which is an extrinsic hemostasis factor, produced in human HEK-cells. The present invention also relates to a hitherto unknown method of producing the RshTF as well as specific uses of RshTF and protein compositions comprising RshTF.
WO/2016/146127 WIND TURBINE COMPRISING A PLANETARY GEAR SYSTEM||WO||22.09.2016|
||PCT/DK2016/050051||VESTAS WIND SYSTEMS A/S||YRJÖNEN, Janne-Pekka|
The present invention relates to a wind turbine generator comprising a gearbox, wherein said gearbox comprises a planetary gear system,wherein said planetary gear system comprises a carrier assembly, wherein said carrier assembly comprises a carrier supporting at least one planetary gear that is rotatably mounted through a bearing on a shaft, wherein the shaft is fixed in a bore defined by the carrier. The carrier assembly includes interlocking means to prevent angular movement of the shaft relative to the bore. This improves the robustness of the coupling between the shaft and the bore of the carrier.
WO/2016/146136 OSTOMY DEVICE||WO||22.09.2016|
||PCT/DK2016/050079||MULTI-LOCK APS||LARSEN, Martin|
An ostomy device for attachment (coupling) to a base plate is disclosed. The ostomy device comprises attachment structures for attachment to a base plate, wherein the ostomy device comprises an attachment ring configured to be detachably attached to the base plate. The ostomy device comprises additional structures provided with attachment elements configured to be detachably attached to the attachment ring. The attachment ring is configured to be detachably attached to the inner side of an attachment recess provided in the locking flange of the base plate.