WO/2016/143950 METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING ELECTRIC COMPRESSOR AND OIL SEPARATOR FOR ELECTRIC COMPRESSOR||WO||15.09.2016|
Disclosed is an electric compressor. An electric compressor, according to an embodiment of the present invention, comprises: a rear housing (100) which has formed therein a discharge chamber (102) for discharging of a refrigerant; and an oil separator (200) which has formed thereon a refrigerant inlet hole (201), which is disposed on the discharge chamber and through which the refrigerant flows in, and a foreign material storage portion (210) which is for storing foreign materials comprised in the refrigerant that has flowed in through the refrigerant inlet hole (201).
WO/2016/143951 ELECTRIC COMPRESSOR||WO||15.09.2016|
Disclosed is an electric compressor. An electric compressor, according to an embodiment of the present invention, comprises: a rear housing which has formed therein a discharge chamber for discharging of a refrigerant; an oil separator which is placed in the discharge chamber, has formed thereon a refrigerant inlet hole through which the refrigerant flows in, and is eccentrically placed on one side of the rear housing (100); a partition wall which is for partitioning the area inside the discharge chamber into different areas and has communication portions formed on varied positions thereof; and a resonance chamber in which diffusion and flowing in of the refrigerant, which has passed through the communication portions, occur at the same time.
WO/2016/143952 SCROLL COMPRESSOR||WO||15.09.2016|
Disclosed is a scroll compressor. A scroll compressor, according to an embodiment of the present invention, comprises: an orbiting scroll (100) which is mounted on one side of a main frame (6) and has a plurality of mounting grooves (110) along the circumferential direction; stepped portions (120) which are formed on the mounting grooves (110); ring members (200) which are inserted into the mounting grooves (110) and of which the lower sides come in close contact with the stepped portions (120); and a guide pin (300) of which one end is fixed to the main frame (6) and of which the other end extends in the inner length direction of the ring members (200), wherein the end parts of the guide pin (300) are positioned away from the stepped portions (120).
WO/2016/135933 WAVE MOTION GEAR DEVICE||WO||01.09.2016|
In a wave motion gear device (1), the external teeth (6) of a flexible external tooth gear (4) are elastically deformable in the direction of decreasing tooth thickness. The internal teeth (7, 8) and the external teeth (6) of rigid first and second internal tooth gears (2, 3) are set so as to mesh in an overlapping state, in which the external teeth (6) are elastically deformed and mesh with the internal teeth without any gaps. The internal teeth (7, 8) have a modified tooth shape (7C, 8C) which was modified so that when the teeth are meshing, in the overlapping state, there is no interference between the tooth tip portions of the internal teeth (7, 8) and the tooth root portions of the external teeth (6). The foregoing makes it possible to realize a wave motion gear device that can suppress or eliminate any rattling involved in the meshing of the teeth.
WO/2016/132515 DIGGING BUCKET AND WORKING VEHICLE||WO||25.08.2016|
This digging bucket (9) is provided with: a bottom surface (21), a rear surface (22), a pair of facing side walls (26a, 26b); teeth (24); a bracket (25); and a target penetration depth indication section (27). The target penetration depth indication section (27) is provided close to the teeth (24) and near ends (26e) of the side walls (26a, 26b) forming the peripheral edges of an opening (28), and the target penetration depth indication section (27) indicates a target penetration depth. The target penetration depth indication section (27) is provided on the inner side of at least one of the pair of side walls (26a,26b) at a position which, when an imaginary line segment S1 connecting the center (O3) of a first hole (51) of the bracket (25) and the tips (24a) of the teeth (24) is defined as a wrist radius (D1) in a side view, is located on the imaginary line segment S1 at a distance from the tips of the teeth (24), the distance being equal to a predetermined proportion α of the wrist radius D1.
WO/2016/125232 WORK VEHICLE AND WORK VEHICLE CONTROL METHOD||WO||11.08.2016|
||PCT/JP2015/052837||KOMATSU LTD.||SHINTANI, Satoru|
A work vehicle comprises a vehicle body, a work machine, an angle sensor, and a work machine controlling unit. The work machine comprises a boom, an arm, and a bucket. The boom can rotate with respect to the vehicle body around a boom axis. The arm can rotate with respect to the boom around an arm axis parallel to the boom axis. The bucket can rotate with respect to the arm around a bucket axis parallel to the arm axis and around a tilt axis perpendicular to the bucket axis. The angle sensor is provided on the bucket and detects the tilt angle of the buck with respect to the horizontal plane. The work machine controlling unit performs work machine control to control at least a portion of work machine operations automatically on the basis of a designed surface showing the target shape that is the goal of the work machine operations. The work machine controlling unit starts work machine control when the bucket tilt angle detected by the angle sensor is less than a first threshold value and does not start work machine control when the bucket tilt angle detected by the angle sensor is equal to or greater than the first threshold value.
WO/2016/121069 WORKING VEHICLE||WO||04.08.2016|
||PCT/JP2015/052581||KOMATSU LTD.||KUMAMOTO, Kazeto|
This hydraulic shovel (100) is provided with a rotatable frame (10), a boom (7), a rotary encoder (40), and a link member (50). The rotatable frame (10) has: a bottom plate (11); and a first vertical plate (12a) and a second vertical plate (12b), which are provided as a pair, rise from the bottom plate (11), and face each other. The boom (7) is supported by the first vertical plate (12a) and the second vertical plate (12b) so that the boom (7) can pivot. The rotary encoder (40) is provided at a position different from the position of the rotation axis (7s) of the boom (7) and detects the rotational angle of the boom (7) as the boom (7) pivots. The link member (50) transmits the displacement of the boom (7) to the rotary encoder (40).
WO/2016/115839 AIR AND WATER HYBRID COOLING SYSTEM FOR MOLD AND LOW-PRESSURE WHEEL HUB MOLD PROVIDED WITH SYSTEM||WO||28.07.2016|
||PCT/CN2015/083406||KUNSHAN ZHONGYITE MACHINERY INDUSTRIAL CO.,LTD||YE, Cheng|
An air and water hybrid cooling system for a mold. The air and water hybrid cooling system for a mold comprises an external air pressure source machine (1), a first pressure gauge (101), a first flow meter (3), a first pipe (4), and a main pipe (5). The external air pressure source machine (1) is connected to one end of the main pipe (5) by means of the first pipe (4), and the other end of the main pipe (5) comprises at least two flow diversion pipes (6). The first pipe (4) is provided with the first flow meter (3). The flow diversion pipes (6) are connected to mold hot junction cooling terminals. The air and water hybrid cooling system also comprises an external circulating cooling water machine (8). The external circulating cooling water machine (8) is connected to a second pipe (9). The second pipe (9) is connected in parallel to the first pipe (4) and then is connected to the main pipe (5). The second pipe (9) is sequentially provided with a second pressure gauge (102), a second solenoid control valve (112), and a second flow meter (7). The first pipe (4) is also provided with a first solenoid control valve (111). The number of the flow diversion pipes (6) is equal to the number of the mold hot junction cooling terminals, and the flow diversion pipes (6) are each provided with a solenoid control valve. The system can quickly cool and solidify hot junction portions of the mold by means of the cooperative use of air cooling and water cooling. Also disclosed is a low-pressure wheel hub mold.
WO/2016/112573 NOVEL SCREW TYPE LOW-PRESSURE INJECTION MOLDING MACHINE AND INJECTION MOLDING METHOD THEREOF||WO||21.07.2016|
||PCT/CN2015/072783||SUZHOU FLUID RESEARCH AUTOMATION CO., LTD||LIU, Yaoxuan|
Disclosed are a novel screw type low-pressure injection molding machine and injection molding method thereof. An outer wall of a cylinder is provided with a heating body thereon, and an upper end of the cylinder is sealedly connected to an upper sealing base. A side wall of the upper sealing base is in communication with a material cylinder, and a sealing opening at an upper end of the upper sealing base is provided with a screw therein. An upper end of the screw is connected to and driven by a driving rotation device, and a lower end of the screw extends into a lower end of the cylinder; the lower end of the cylinder is sealedly connected to a heating device, and is in communication with an adhesive accommodating space formed in the heating device. A side of the heating device is provided with a first pressure sensor, and an acquisition end of the first pressure sensor extends into the adhesive accommodating space. The embodiment of the present invention detects pressure within the adhesive accommodating space by the first pressure sensor, feeds and stops feeding materials to prevent a remaining adhesive material within the adhesive accommodating space from being carbonized due to being in a high temperature environment for a long period of time, thus delaying adhesive material carbonization time, and addressing an adhesive material carbonization problem, and avoiding a shutdown due to not feeding materials in time.
WO/2016/110278 ENERGY PRODUCTION BY MEANS OF AN AUTONOMOUS TYPE-4 HYDROELECTRIC POWER PLANT||WO||14.07.2016|
||PCT/DE2015/000479||MUELLER, Hans-Juergen||MUELLER, Hans-Juergen|
The autonomous type-4 hydroelectric power plant runs according to a method that extremely efficiently combines with each other the elements and assemblies that have been in operation for decades and, to a certain extent, uses the gravity of the atmosphere, or rather the air pressure at approx. 1.0 bar, as the main driving force for producing energy. Unlike solar energy and wind energy, the weight of the atmosphere is permanently available 24 hours a day and therefore can generate additional electricity around the clock. The siphon principle involved in this method was used in Germany as early as in 1927 for surface water transport in construction work and has been used since approximately 1900 to conduct water into lower collecting containers. In the type-4 method according to the invention, which uses the atmospheric pressure as a driving force, 55 percent of the head for generating electricity in a water turbine is produced by the siphon principle and 45 percent by efficient pump units. Thus, after accounting for the power needed to run the pumps used, 16 units allow a significant amount of energy to be produced at no cost for about 750,000 people or for the industry. The type-4 plant can be installed above the ground or partially below the ground, depending on the soil quality, in all countries of the world and at costs that will be recovered within a short period of time.