WO/2015/126239 HEAT AND MOISTURE EXCHANGER||WO||27.08.2015|
||PCT/NL2014/050105||OXYCOM BEHEER B.V.||REINDERS, Johannes Antonius Maria|
A heat and moisture exchanger comprises a membrane that is selectively permeable to water vapour, having heat conducting fins attached to both its surfaces. The fins on the first surface are arranged in heat conducting relation with the fins on the second surface for enhancing heat transfer through the membrane. In this manner, a first relatively warm, moist air stream flowing over the first surface can transfer heat and moisture through the membrane to a second relatively cooler and drier air stream flowing over the second surface. By additionally providing the membrane with heat conducting fins, greater thermal or sensible heat transfer can be achieved to and through the membrane.
WO/2015/126241 MILKING ROBOT FOR ATTACHING A TEAT CUP||WO||27.08.2015|
||PCT/NL2015/050030||LELY PATENT N.V.||KORTEKAAS, Martinus Petrus|
A milking robot comprising a teat detection system for determining a teat position, a teat cup, and a control unit, and furthermore a control device which is configured to offer a first input option for a first decision step and a second input option for a second decision step, wherein the milking robot is configured: - to carry out a command, when the first decision step is input according to the first input option, to automatically determine the teat position by means of the teat detection system and to attach the teat cup to said teat with the determined teat position; and - to carry out a command, when the second decision step is input according to the second input option, to move the teat cup, in particular substantially immediately, upwards in order to attach it to the teat without subsequently allowing the milking robot to automatically determine the teat position. Thus, it is possible to speed up the attachment operation if an operator deems the position of the teat cup with respect to the teat to be sufficiently advantageous.
WO/2015/126240 SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR MONITORING OF AN ANIMAL||WO||27.08.2015|
||PCT/NL2015/050006||LELY PATENT N.V.||VAN HALSEMA, Frans Emo Diderik|
System (1) for monitoring an animal (4) in an animal shed (3), comprising - an animal-identifying device (6) configured to determine an identity of an animal which is situated near the animal-identifying device, - a tracer-dispensing device (11) which is configured to automatically dispense at least one tracer to the identified animal, - a control unit which is operatively coupled to the animal-identifying device and is configured to cause the tracer-dispensing device to dispense at least one tracer on the basis of the determined animal identity, wherein the tracer comprises an RFID tag and is configured to be ingested by the animal and to be excreted again, in particular a passive RFID tag. By causing the animal to ingest such a tracer and excrete it again in the manure (45), it is also possible to link manure to an individual animal when the animal is no longer near the manure, thus making individualised manure analysis in a free-range animal shed or the like possible.
WO/2015/126243 METHOD AND A SYSTEM FOR ULTRASONIC INSPECTION OF WELL BORES||WO||27.08.2015|
||PCT/NL2015/050101||NEDERLANDSE ORGANISATIE VOOR TOEGEPAST-NATUURWETENSCHAPPELIJK ONDERZOEK TNO||HUNTER, Alan Joseph|
A well bore is inspected to detect cement defects that can give rise to leakage. The well bore comprises an inner metal pipe. Outside the inner metal pipe its configuration may vary with distance from the top of the well bore in terms of concentric pipes outside the inner metal pipe and presence of cement between the pipes. A probe with is lowered through the inner metal pipe. An ultrasound signal is transmitted from the probe into the inner metal pipe and responses to the transmitted signal are received at a series of ultrasound receivers at different axial positions. A selection of a spatial frequency of waves arriving along the axial direction at the ultrasound receivers and/or the apparent velocity of said waves is retrieved dependent on the configuration. The received responses are band pass filtered accordingly. By selecting the band pass filter dependent on the configuration it becomes possible to detect cement defects well outside the innermost pipe from parameters of the earliest arriving pulse from the filtered reflection signal.
WO/2015/126245 MECHANICAL TUBULAR ELEMENTS CONNECTION SYSTEM AND METHOD OF CONNECTING A FIRST AND SECOND TUBULAR ELEMENT OF SUCH A TUBULAR ELEMENTS CONNECTION SYSTEM||WO||27.08.2015|
||PCT/NL2015/050104||TOPCLAMP B.V.||MARIS, Adriaan Willem Huibert|
The present invention relates to a screw actuated mechanical tubular elements connection system to connect a first tubular element provided with a screw hole with a second tubular element via a connector assembly adapted to be inserted into the passages of the tubular elements. The connector assembly comprises a rigid body with a foot portion, a movable gripping element, a movable screw actuated portion and a transmission between these movable elements. The tubulars connection system is operable such that upon actuation of the screw, in succession the gripping element exerts a pushing force perpendicular to the wall, to provide a gripping connection between the movable gripping element and the inner surface and an engagement between the foot portion and the opposed inner surface, and a pulling force to pull the second tubular element towards the first tubular element.
WO/2015/126247 BOTTOM LEVELLER SYSTEM||WO||27.08.2015|
||PCT/NL2015/050106||IHC HOLLAND IE B.V.||KUIJPERS, Wouter|
A method of flat bottom dredging of a bed at least partially covered with liquid from a floating pontoon (12) comprises controllably rotating a ladder (14) with a cutter head (26) toward the bed to set the dredge depth and force with a first hydraulic system (18); adjusting the cutter head position with a second hydraulic system (22) so that it is level with the bed; and continuously adjusting the ladder depth and force and the cutter head position while dredging through a control system (30) which receives sensor signals.
WO/2015/126249 DIGITAL CARE COMMUNICATION AND INFORMATION SYSTEM||WO||27.08.2015|
||PCT/NL2015/050108||CASTLE CAPITAL INVESTMENTS B.V.||VAN TARTWIJK, Tim Henricus Johannes|
The present invention is in the field of a system for personalized emergency care of a subject in need of care, and to a method of providing care using said system. The present invention relates to giving emergency care to a person in need thereof. Typically an ambulance or the like is send to a location where the person in need of care is.
WO/2015/126244 THREADED JOINT FOR AN OIL WELL PIPE||WO||27.08.2015|
||PCT/NL2015/050103||TENARIS CONNECTIONS B.V.||DELL'ERBA, Diego|
Oil well pipe component comprising a threaded portion, at least part whereof is coated with a layer of a corrosion-inhibiting material, that has been applied to at least the part of the threaded portion of the oil well pipe component by means of a method comprising a cataphoresis step from an aqueous bath, said method comprising -providing the oil well pipe component comprising a threaded portion; -immersing at least part of the threaded portion of the pipe component in a cataphoresis bath comprising water and suspended particles of corrosion-inhibiting material, and provided with an anode and a cathode means, the pipe component being connected to the cathode means; -inducing a current through the bath, in order to provide the corrosion-inhibiting material with a positive charge; -depositing a layer of the positively charged corrosion-inhibiting material onto the pipe component; and -removing the immersed part of the pipe component with the layer of corrosion-inhibiting material from the cataphoresis bath and allowing the corrosion-inhibiting material to set.
WO/2015/126246 PROXIMITY EFFECT CORRECTION IN A CHARGED PARTICLE LITHOGRAPHY SYSTEM||WO||27.08.2015|
||PCT/NL2015/050105||MAPPER LITHOGRAPHY IP B.V.||WIELAND, Marco Jan-Jaco|
The invention relates to a method for performing charged particle beam proximity effect correction, comprising the steps of: receiving a digital layout pattern to be patterned onto a target using one or more charged particle beams; selecting a base proximity function comprising a sum of an alpha and a beta proximity function, wherein said alpha proximity function models a short range proximity effect and said beta proximity function models a long range proximity effect, wherein a constant η is defined as a ratio between the beta proximity function and the alpha proximity function in said sum, with 0 < η <1; determining a modified proximity function which corresponds to said base proximity effect function wherein the alpha proximity function has been replaced by a Dirac delta function, and using an electronic processor, performing a deconvolution of the digital layout pattern with the modified proximity function to produce a corrected layout pattern.
WO/2015/126248 A DEVICE AND METHOD OF MANUFACTURING HIGH-ASPECT RATIO STRUCTURES||WO||27.08.2015|
||PCT/NL2015/050107||NEDERLANDSE ORGANISATIE VOOR TOEGEPAST-NATUURWETENSCHAPPELIJK ONDERZOEK TNO||UNNIKRISHNAN, Sandeep|
An method for manufacturing a electronic device is provided having a current collector capable of a high specific charge collecting area and power, but is also achieved using a simple and fast technique and resulting in a robust design that may be flexed and can be manufactured in large scale processing. To this end the electronic device comprising an electronic circuit equipped with a current collector formed by a metal substrate having a face forming a high-aspect ratio structure of pillars having an interdistance larger than 600 nm. By forming the high-aspect structure in a metal substrate, new structures can be formed that are conformal to curvature of a macroform or that can be coiled or wound and have a robust design.