Month of March 2010 - Page Number 15

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  1. 141.
    Die durch Verluste entstehende Waerme bei elektrischen Maschinen, wie beispielsweise Elektromotoren, wird bei fluessigkeitsgekuehlten Motoren in ein primaeres Kuehlmittel, z.B. Wasser, abgeleitet. Der Waermeentzug basiert auf einem Temperaturunterschied zwischen dem primaeren Kuehlmittel und dem angrenzenden Teil der...
    IPCOM000193588D | Original Publication Date: 2010-Mar-24
  2. 142.
    Im BIOS-Setup (BIOS: Basic Input Output System) kann eine Passwortabfrage fuer das Starten des Rechners eingerichtet werden, um den unberechtigten Zugriff auf den Computer zu verhindern. Bisher ist das Setzen des BIOS-Passworts dem Nutzer freigestellt. Im Fall, dass der Nutzer kein Passwort gesetzt hat, kann dies...
    IPCOM000193587D | Original Publication Date: 2010-Mar-24
  3. 143.
    A computer network usually comprises machines that vary with respect to CPU (Central Processing Unit) load, memory usage, or occupied disk space. Critical situations occur when machines have high CPU load and consume a lot of memory so that the hard disk runs out of space. Especially during time-consuming and complex...
    IPCOM000193586D | Original Publication Date: 2010-Mar-24
  4. 144.
    Um die bildhafte Darstellung von Funktionen und Zustaenden auf der graphischen Benutzeroberflaeche fuer die Software von Netzwerkleittechnik-Systemen an eine durchgaengige und einheitliche Bildsprache anzupassen, entwickelte die Siemens AG die folgenden Bildsymbole, auf die somit ein Urheberrecht beansprucht wird.
    IPCOM000193574D | Original Publication Date: 2010-Mar-24
  5. 145.
    Currently, hearing aids need a battery to power them. To increase the operating time of hearing aids, several solutions based on solar panels have been developed. However, stndard solar panels must be in direct contact with the sunlight to generate power.
    IPCOM000193573D | Original Publication Date: 2010-Mar-24
  6. 146.
    Batteries in hearing instruments are usually recharged using a charger, which in turn needs electricity supply. In the following, two ways batteries are proposed that can be charged by using a charger or winding method. The winding method is illustrated in Figure 1. A knob is attached on the hearing instrument....
    IPCOM000193572D | Original Publication Date: 2010-Mar-24
  7. 147.
    The operating principle of Coriolis Flow Meters is based on the Coriolis Effect which causes force on rotating or just vibrating tubes that have a mass flowing inside them. The difference of the vibration frequency in case of mass flowing and without any flow through the tubes is measured by sensors and is used to...
    IPCOM000193571D | Original Publication Date: 2010-Mar-24
  8. 148.
    Proper temperature measurement is important for the performance of a Coriolis mass flow meter. The so-called E-module of the sensor tubes changes with temperature, i.e. measurement of density and flow are thus temperature dependent. Mounting of the PT 1000 (platinum resistance) sensor directly on the tubes is...
    IPCOM000193570D | Original Publication Date: 2010-Mar-24
  9. 149.
    A hearing instrument includes a faceplate and a shell. Typically, the faceplate is a round and relatively flat plate, and, in case of an ITE (In The Ear) hearing aid, the shell is horn-shaped and molded to fit inside a user's ear. The shell is usually glued to the faceplate along the shell wall thickness to join the...
    IPCOM000193569D | Original Publication Date: 2010-Mar-24
  10. 150.
    Currently, there is no battery door lock function for hearing instrument housings with top-bottom partition, which is useful, for example, for children In the following, a novel lock concept is introduced where the lock function is achieved through a small rotational plastic or metal disc, which is assembled to the...
    IPCOM000193568D | Original Publication Date: 2010-Mar-24