WO/2015/144173 A BEER WHISK AND METHOD FOR MAKING BEER FOAM||WO||01.10.2015|
||PCT/DK2014/050075||MENU A/S||BJERRE-POULSEN, Jonas|
Method and apparatus for making beer foam on top of a beer, wherein the method comprising the steps of; dividing a beer into a first and a second portion of beer by pouring the first portion of a beer into a drinking glass or container, and pouring the second portion of beer into a cup or container, and whisking the second portion of beer creating beer foam, and transfer the beer foam on top of the first portion of beer, wherein the second portion of beer is whisked only in the lower part of the cup or container.
WO/2015/144177 LIQUID-COOLED ELECTRICAL APPARATUS||WO||01.10.2015|
||PCT/DK2015/050056||VESTAS WIND SYSTEMS A/S||ABEYASEKERA, Tusitha|
An inductor 1 for connecting a wind turbine generator to the electricity grid is mounted within a housing 2, and the coils of the inductor 1 are cooled by means of cooling plates 3 located within the coils, and in which are formed tubular conduits. Coolant liquid is supplied to the conduits through supply pipes 7 which are connected to the conduits by means of connectors 8 mounted underneath the housing 2, such that any coolant liquid which escapes from the connectors 8 falls under gravity into a drip tray 10 arranged below the housing 2. Corresponding connectors are provided underneath the housing for connecting the conduits to outflow pipes. A sensor 11 within the drip tray 10 detects the presence of any coolant liquid which has leaked from the connectors 8 and, in response, generates an alarm signal which is transmitted to control circuitry for disconnecting the inductor 1 and shutting down the wind turbine generator.
WO/2015/144184 USE OF TIMP-1 AS A BIOMARKER IN THE EGF-RECEPTOR INHIBITOR TREATMENT OF METASTATIC COLORECTAL CANCER||WO||01.10.2015|
||PCT/DK2015/050069||UNIVERSITY OF COPENHAGEN||BRÜNNER, Nils Aage|
The present invention concerns the provision of biomarkers, in particular, TIMP-1 and RAS as biomarkers for the selection of patients in the treatment and prognosis of cancer, such as e.g. metastatic colorectal cancer (mCRC). The present invention also provides methods of patient selection, patient prognosis and methods of treatment of patients based on TIMP-1 levels in the blood, plasma or tumor tissue and the absence or presence of mutations in RAS, in particular KRAS, who are likely to benefit from treatment with an EGFR inhibitor alone or in combination with at least one chemotherapeutic agent. The present invention also provides for a method of treatment of m CRC in patients, which have been identified by the inventive method using the biomarker TIMP-1 and KRAS, who are likely to benefit from the treatment with the EGFR inhibitor cetuximab and at least one chemotherapeutic agent.
WO/2015/144185 A DEVICE FOR THE TREATING OF PAIN||WO||01.10.2015|
||PCT/DK2015/050071||AMAGER HOSPITAL||NIELSEN, Peter Michael|
The present disclosure relates to a system for relieving pain of a user comprising an electromechanical transducer configured to generate generate tactile sound waves (vibrations) with a frequency between 5 Hz and 200 Hz, a holder configured to keep the transducer in a fixed position adjacent to the mesenterial and internal organs' Pacinian corpuscles located in the abdominal cavity of the user, and a controller configured to control the amplitude and frequency of the transducer.
WO/2015/144179 A HIGH VOLTAGE POWER SUPPLY||WO||01.10.2015|
||PCT/DK2015/050061||FLSMIDTH A/S||REYES, Victor Enrique|
A high voltage power supply comprises a three-phase high voltage transformer (3) and a three-phase high voltage bridge rectifier (4). A primary side of the transformer (3) has three input terminals connectable to the phases (A, B, C) of an industrial three-phase mains net, and a secondary side of the transformer (3) has three output terminals connected to three corresponding input terminals of the bridge rectifier (4). The bridge rectifier (4) is configured to supply a rectified high voltage to a load (2). The power supply further comprises a switching device (22) configured to switch between a first state, in which all input terminals of the transformer (3) are connected to corresponding phases of the net for operation in a three-phase mode, and a second state, in which at least one of the input terminals of the transformer (3) is disconnected from the net for operation in a single-phase mode.
WO/2015/144180 AN EQUIPMENT COMPARTMENT FRAME OF A POWER CONTROL MODULE OF A WIND POWER TURBINE AND METHODS RELATED THERETO||WO||01.10.2015|
||PCT/DK2015/050063||VESTAS WIND SYSTEMS A/S||HANSEN, Erland Falk|
The invention relates to an equipment compartment frame of a power control module of a wind turbine. The frame includes a polygonal beam structure (17) in one plane and a plurality of standing beams (18) attached to the polygonal beam structure (17) at at least some of the corners of the polygonal beam structure (17). According to the invention, each standing beam (18) is attached to the polygonal beam structure (17) by means of a releasable joint (26, 27, 28). The invention also relates to methods for transporting and assembling such frames.
WO/2015/144183 TREATMENT OF CONTACT DERMATITIS||WO||01.10.2015|
||PCT/DK2015/050068||UNIVERSITY OF COPENHAGEN||BONEFELD, Charlotte Menné|
The present invention provides a method for treating contact dermatitis by the topical administration of a caspase-1 inhibitor. The present invention further provides a pharmaceutical composition comprising a caspase-1 inhibitor for the treatment of contact dermatitis.
WO/2015/144176 SHOES FOR USERS SUFFERING FROM PAIN LOCALIZED TO THE BALL OF THE FOOT||WO||01.10.2015|
||PCT/DK2015/000014||LUNA HVID SPECIALIZED APS||HVID, Luna|
The present invention relates to a high heeled shoe especially adapted for user's suffering from pain localized to the ball of the foot. The midsole is made of a compressible material having a Shore A-scale hardness measured according to ASTM D2240-97 within the range of 40-50.
WO/2015/144182 METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR DOSING LUBRICATION OIL INTO CYLINDERS||WO||01.10.2015|
||PCT/DK2015/050067||HANS JENSEN LUBRICATORS A/S||BAK, Peer|
There is disclosed a system for dosing lubricating oil into cylinders, preferably in twostroke diesel engines, for example marine engines. The system includes: - injection units (251) provided in the walls (57) of the cylinders as a number of injection units are used for each cylinder; - a lubricating apparatus (252) for delivering a dosed amount of lubricating oil under pressure to the injection units; - means (56) for detecting the load of the engine; - an exhaust valve (55) connected to an actuator (53) for displacing the exhaust valve; and - a control unit (50) for electronic control and timing of the closing time of the exhaust valve of the cylinder, depending on detection of the engine load, as a signal is transmitted to the actuator, and as an adjustment of the closing time of the exhaust valve in relation to the actual engine load is performed. The control unit is also adapted to electronic control and timing of the lubricating oil delivery. In order to possibly improve engine emission and enhance utilisation of the lubricating oil, the system further includes: - a connection (44) between the means (56) for detecting the engine load and the control unit (50) for transferring the detected data; and - a connection (43) between the control unit (50) and the lubricating apparatus (252) for transferring a control signal to the lubricating apparatus for adjusting the timing of the lubricating oil delivery in dependence of the engine load.
WO/2015/144175 MONITORING OF NAVAL VESSEL EXHAUST GAS EMISSIONS USING AIS SIGNALS||WO||01.10.2015|
||PCT/DK2015/000013||GREEN SEA GUARD LTD.||SANTON, Claus|
The present invention relates to the use of Automatic Identification System signal monitoring for regional, national, or global naval vessel exhaust gas emission monitoring. The AIS signal emitted by an AIS transceiver/transponder comprises information regarding a naval vessels exhaust gas emission synchronized as a function of time with at least one of the naval vessels' i) geographical position, ii) direction, and iii) speed.