WO/2014/049193 ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPONENT AND ELECTROMAGNETIC POWER UNIT||WO||03.04.2014|
||PCT/FI2012/050927||QUANTUM ELECTRIC OY||AALTONEN, Jari|
The invention relates to a basic electromagnetic component. In addition, the invention relates to an electromagnetic power unit based on the basic electromagnetic component. According to the invention the basic electromagnetic component ineludes an electromagnetic circuit, which is composed of separate basic parts; of magnetic core (1) and of coil (2) and of one or more optional parts; of permanent magnet (3) and/or of control unit (4). In the electromagnetic power unit motors, generators or linear motors implemented with basic electromagnetic components are connectable for different current and voltage values by changing the connections of electromagnetic components.
WO/2014/011089 METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR OBTAINING STRONG WHITE LIQUOR AND LIME MUD WITH LOW RESIDUAL ALKALI LEVEL||WO||16.01.2014|
||PCT/SE2012/000106||VALMET AB||INGELMAN, Magnus|
The invention relates to a method and apparatus for obtaining strong white liquor and lime mud with low residual alkali content from causticized liquor. The first filter (FWL) receiving causticized liquor from causticizing vessels (CT1-CT2-CT3) is designed as pressurized two stage disc filter with 2 separate vat parts. In the first vat part 10a is non diluted white liquor obtained as a filtrate from the causticized liquor. The first lime mud cake accumulated on the filter discs in the first vat part is scraped off and diluted before being fed to the second vat part 10b. In the second vat part is weak liquor obtained as a filtrate from the reslurried first lime mud cake. The second lime mud cake accumulated on the filter discs in the second vat part is washed before being scraped off and diluted before being fed to subsequent lime mud handling. By the invention is lower TRS emissions from lime kiln obtained compared with 2-stage lime mud washing using atmospheric lime mud thickening filters.
WO/2014/011100 METHOD AND ROCK BOLTING RIG FOR INSTALLATION OF A ROCK BOLT||WO||16.01.2014|
||PCT/SE2013/050804||ATLAS COPCO ROCK DRILLS AB||OLSSON, Jan|
The present invention relates to a method for installation of a rock bolt (124) in a first drill hole by means of a rock bolting rig (100), wherein said rock bolting rig (100) comprises a carrier (101), a boom unit (102) fastened to said carrier (101), and a bolt unit (103) fastened to said boom unit (102) via first joint means (106), wherein said bolt unit (103) comprises a feeder unit (104) including means for displaceable carrying of a drilling machine (105), wherein said bolt unit comprises a first (103A) end and holding means (123, 125) for holding said rock bolt (124). The method comprises : - by means of said first joint means (106) maneuver said first end (103A) of said bolt unit (103) to a first position for loading of a bolt, - when said bolt unit (103) has been maneuvered to said first position for loading of a bolt, providing a rock bolt (124) to said bolt unit (103), for being held by means of said holding means (123, 125), and - when said bolt unit (103) has been loaded with said rock bolt (124), maneuver said bolt unit (103) to a position for installation of said rock bolt (124) and loaded with said rock bolt (124) drilling said first hole and installing said rock bolt (124) in said first hole. The invention also relates to a rock bolting rig.
WO/2014/009513 WIND TURBINE, WIND FARM AND METHOD FOR GENERATING ENERGY||WO||16.01.2014|
||PCT/EP2013/064769||ENO ENERGY SYSTEMS GMBH||PORM, Karsten|
Embodiments relate to a wind turbine (100) with a horizontal axis (170) and at least one rotor blade (160) which, during regular operation at a wind speed of more than 4 m/s, always has a static thrust constant cs of less than 0.8. The wind turbine (100) is arranged for a design turbulence intensity corresponding to the definition for the characteristic value of the turbulence intensity l15 at 15 m/s according to IEC 61400-1, edition 2 of more than 18% and less than 26%. It can thereby be possible to achieve a higher surface economy.
WO/2014/009928 HYDROMETALLURGICAL TREATMENT PROCESS FOR EXTRACTION OF METALS FROM CONCENTRATES||WO||16.01.2014|
||PCT/IB2013/055760||LIFEZONE LIMITED||LIDDELL, Keith Stuart|
This invention relates to a hydrometallurgical process for extracting platinum group metals (PGMs), gold, silver and base metals from a flotation concentrate (10) containing sulphide minerals such as pentlandite and chalcopyrite, along with pyrite and pyrrhotite. The process includes a modified pressure oxidation step (12) to selectively separate base metals into sulphate medium (14), from the PGMs. The modified pressure oxidation step (12) partially or completely oxidizes sulphide minerals to produce a product slurry (14) containing base metal sulphates in solution and a solid residue containing PGMs along with sulphate and elemental sulphur. The solid residue is subjected to a thermal treatment (18) to remove sulphate and elemental sulphur from the solid residue, and to condition the PGMs to be soluble in chloride medium. The treated solid residue is the subjected to PGM recovery by leaching in chloride leaching medium (20) to recover the PGMs.
WO/2013/178691 INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINE HAVING AN EXHAUST GAS SUPERCHARGING SYSTEM AND AN EXHAUST GAS RECIRCULATION SYSTEM||WO||05.12.2013|
||PCT/EP2013/061090||MAN DIESEL & TURBO SE||TOSHEV, Plamen|
The invention relates to an internal combustion engine (10), in particular a large diesel engine such as a diesel internal combustion engine for a ship, comprising an at least one-stage exhaust gas supercharging system (12), which has at least one exhaust gas turbocharger (14, 15) having a compressor (16, 17) and a turbine (18, 19), and comprising an exhaust gas recirculation system (13), which diverts exhaust gas from the exhaust gas flow and mixes said exhaust gas with compressed charge air, wherein the exhaust gas recirculation system (13) comprises a desulfurizing device (24), which is used to desulfurize the exhaust gas conducted by means of the exhaust gas recirculation system (13), and wherein the desulfurizing device (24) is designed as a fixed-bed adsorber (27).
WO/2013/175078 A ROTOR ELEMENT AND A ROTOR FOR A SCREENING APPARATUS||WO||28.11.2013|
||PCT/FI2013/050573||AIKAWA FIBER TECHNOLOGIES TRUST||HAMELIN, Mathieu|
The present invention relates to a rotor element for use with a rotor and a rotor featuring said elements. The rotor is used in a screening apparatus of the pulp and paper industry. The rotor element (10) has a longitudinal centreline CL; two longitudinal edges, i.e. a leading edge (12) and a trailing edge (14); two opposite ends (22, 24), i.e. a first end and a second end; and two surfaces, i.e. a top surface and a bottom surface (20) arranged between the leading edge (12) and the trailing edge (14); the top surface being divided into a leading surface (18) having its origin at the leading edge (12), and a trailing surface (16) having its origin at the trailing edge (14), the leading edge (12) and the leading surface (18) being provided with undulations (U).
WO/2013/170947 PISTON OF AN INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINE||WO||21.11.2013|
||PCT/EP2013/001406||MAN DIESEL & TURBO SE||SHAER, Talat|
A piston of an internal combustion engine, having a piston upper part (10) and a piston lower part (11), having a piston pin (12) which is mounted in the piston lower part (11) and which serves for connecting the piston to a connecting rod (13) of the internal combustion engine, having an inner cooling chamber (15), formed between the piston upper part (10) and the piston lower part (11), for cooling oil for cooling the piston, said inner cooling chamber being connected via at least one transfer bore (17) to an outer cooling chamber (16) formed between the piston upper part (10) and a piston lower part (11), and having a single-piece slide shoe (19) which is movably mounted in the piston lower part (11) and which is forced by means of a spring element (20) against a connecting rod head (14) of the connecting rod (13) and which serves for transferring cooling oil, which has been conducted through a bore (18) in the connecting rod (13), into the inner cooling chamber (15), wherein a guide surface (21) for the single-piece slide shoe (19) is formed between the single-piece slide shoe (19) and the piston lower part (11), and wherein, as viewed in the axial direction of the piston and slide shoe, the spring element (20) extends, at least in sections, parallel to the guide surface (21) for the single-piece slide shoe (19).
WO/2013/154474 WEAR SHOE AND METHOD FOR PRODUCING A WEAR SHOE||WO||17.10.2013|
||PCT/SE2012/050390||OLOFSFORS AB||BURSTRÖM, Lennart|
The invention relates to a wear shoe (1) for supporting a snow plough or grader blade against a road surface or ground surface. The wear shoe comprises: - a casing (2) comprising a horizontal base plate (4) and a protective rim (5)fixed to the base plate, and - a sliding body (3)arranged in the casing (2) and fixed to the underside (4b) of the base plate. The protective rim extends around and is fixed to a peripheral edge (3c) of the sliding body. The sliding body comprises an elastic matrix (7) of rubber material and inserts (8) of wear resistant hard material embedded therein. The respective insert has an exposed lower surface (8a) which is arranged to be in sliding contact with a road surface or ground surface when the wear shoe bears against said surface through the sliding body. The invention also relates to a method for producing such a wear shoe.
WO/2013/150172 BRIDGE CRANE ASSEMBLY AND A METHOD FOR INSTALLING THE SAME||WO||10.10.2013|
||PCT/FI2012/050340||CALISTO OY||ROSBERG, Maria|
The invention relates to bridge crane assembly and a method for installation of a bridge crane. The invention is especially applicable for use in service and repair of vehicles and other heavy equipment in field conditions, such as crisis areas. The bridge crane assembly is supported by two containers (91, 92), upon which there are support frames(10, 20). The support frames are fixed to the top corners of the containers with twistlocks (19a-19d, 29a- 29d), and the support frames support a crane bridge (30) with a hoist (40).