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WO/1998/013257A1
Novel apparatus for rendering a watercraft propulsion system universal. One embodiment of the invention comprises a rotary shaft (62); a propeller (66) detachably attached to one end of the rotary shaft (62), the other end of the rotary ...  
WO/1998/000634A2
A system is provided for calibrating a position sensor having a variable output corresponding to the variable position of a movable member (26).  
WO/1997/049605A1
A ship propulsion system has a pod-like housing (1) mounted on the bottom of the ship hull and a synchronous motor (7, 10) arranged in the housing (1). In order to improve propulsion efficiency at propulsion powers of about 10 MW, the ro...  
WO/1997/049603A1
This marine propulsion system makes it possible to develop a propulsive thrust by a symmetrically convex oscillating body, to exploit the cynetic energy of the flow moving past the two convex sides of the oscillating body by deflecting t...  
WO/1997/046445A1
A marine propulsion and steering unit (10) comprises a pod (13) having front and rear ends, a driving machine (14), e.g. a drive motor, accommodated in the pod, a substantially horizontal propeller shaft (15) drivingly connected to the d...  
WO/1997/032157A1
In a plant for the production of fuel gas from boil-off and from liquefied gas with the aid of a combined heat exchanger (9), a compressor (4) is placed upstream of the heat exchanger in the gas line carrying boil-off. Compressed boil-of...  
WO/1997/030892A1
The invention concerns a method of optimizing the efficiency of ships with bow and stern propellers and an arrangement for adjusting the speed of rotation of the bow propeller. Ferry boats in particular can have identical drives at the b...  
WO/1997/027103A1
The use of a single manoeuvring means with accompanying control system for controlling and manoeuvring a vessel is described. The single manoeuvring means is of the stick type and comprises a handle portion (1) which, by means of shaft p...  
WO/1997/027102A1
The invention relates to a method and apparatus for installing a propeller assembly (1) in an opening (9) in the bottom (8) of a swimming vessel and for removing the propeller assembly (1) from the opening (9). The propeller assembly (1)...  
WO/1997/023383A1
Seawater and exhaust system in a marine engine installation, comprising an outlet conduit (12) from a water heat exchanger (11) to the engine exhaust pipe bend (15). The outlet conduit extends from the heat exchanger upwards to a point (...  
WO/1997/013682A2
A ship drive has a driving machine directly linked to a propeller shaft equipped with a propeller whose thrust is absorbed by a thrust block, as well as an auxiliary drive which consists of an electric machine which may be selectively op...  
WO/1997/004973A1
There is provided an amphibious vehicle (1) with a living compartment (4), preferably an amphibious caravan, which is towable by a land vehicle (2). The amphibious vehicle (1) comprises a compartment (3) that is capable to contain a land...  
WO/1997/003282A1
The invention relates to a method and a device for calibration of a throttle arrangement (2) associated with an engine (6), comprising positioning the throttle arrangement (2) in a predetermined position ($g(a)�3?) and locking the set ...  
WO/1996/033911A1
The securing device (1) for transmitting thurst between an engine, especially a diesel engine, and the hull (15) of a ship comprises a thrust sleeve (16) running through an aperture (150) in the hull (15) of the ship which has a larger c...  
WO/1996/033092A1
The present invention relates to a mount structure for supporting an electric motor (1) comprising a rotor and a stator frame (11), such an electric motor being preferably a marine engine rotating a propeller (3), on a ground base (10), ...  
WO/1996/022217A1
An improved marine engine exhaust system for discharging engine exhaust above the water line when at idle or low speeds, and below the surface of the water at high speed in a submerged turbulent region generated by a hydrodynamic fitting...  
WO/1996/016866A1
The engine room of a ship (1) is positioned so far forward in the ship that several cargo holds (3) are located aft of the engine room. The ship has a tall slender superstructure (6). The main engine (8) is connected with the propeller (...  
WO/1996/015938A1
A vibration absorbing assembly for mounting a marine engine (12) to a stringer (22) is provided, including: a mounting bracket (32) adapted for attachment to the marine engine (12); a base (52) adapted for attachment to a stringer (22); ...  
WO/1996/015026A1
Portable apparatus for using bicycles as a type of water craft comprising two oblong inflatable floats (12, 14), means for rapidly securing the bicycle (16) to said floats laid parallel and means for connecting, by a flexible shaft (124)...  
WO/1996/014241A1
A control device for achieving optimum use of the energy from a vessel's main energy source (1, 2). The energy is supplied to motors (11, 12, 13, 14) for movement of the vessel in its longitudinal direction, and possibly motors (33, 34, ...  
WO/1996/006774A1
Special ferries may have identical propulsion systems at bow and stern in order to avoid turning the ship on a change in the direction of travel. During sailing the rotation speed of the forward screw is lower than that of the aft screw....  
WO/1996/006290A1
A vibration-compensating apparatus for counteracting harmonic vibrations from an excitation source comprises a first compensator unit with two rotary bodies (22, 23) rotating in opposite directions by the same rpm so as to generate a har...  
WO/1996/006274A1
The invention concerns a Stirling engine for converting thermal energy into mechanical energy and vice versa. Said engine comprises a displacer housing containing a plate-like displacer, which moves therein in a reciprocating manner, and...  
WO/1996/005099A1
The exhaust gases of a boat motor are led to a buffer chamber (6) with the intention of lowering exhaust sound. The buffer chamber is located beneath the waterline of the boat and is mounted on a trim tab (3) fitted to the transom (1) of...  
WO/1996/001207A1
Submersible boat is capable of navigating both on the water surface and submerged, the diving taking place by dynamic effect when the operator requires it, the boat having a catamaran type structure, comprising two side floats (1-1') whi...  
WO/1995/032892A1
The invention relates to a bottom well and sea water piping system for vessels with which system the supply of sea water is provided for a vessel for cooling and other use. The invention differs from conventional systems in that it compr...  
WO/1995/027651A1
A fresh water flushing system (10) for a marine engine in a boat for use whether the boat is in or out of the water is disclosed. The system comprises a control panel (12) mounted in the proximity of the marine engine and a fresh water f...  
WO/1995/017332A1
Water-borne floating and propulsion apparatus for cycles, motorcycles and the like comprising, according to the present invention, front float means (11) removably fastened to the front wheel of a cycle, motorcycle or the like (C), and a...  
WO/1995/015282A1
Drive unit for boats, comprising an internal combustion engine driving an outboard drive, e.g. a sailboat drive. Insulating elements (24, 26, 27) are disposed between the flywheel casing (11) of the engine and the drive housing (9) in or...  
WO/1995/012520A1
The invention relates to a rotary machine component especially with a flat housing or base with substantially cylindrical outer wall or with symmetrically distributed projections, especially in star array, and especially the rotor (1) of...  
WO/1995/007209A2
Planing-type vessel comprising a front portion and a rear portion in the direction of movement of the structure, the front portion comprising two symmetrical skim hulls (18, 20) and the rear portion having a rear contact area (34) compri...  
WO/1995/002132A1
A dual vibration-compensating apparatus for counteracting unbalanced moments of two different orders generated by a main engine of a vessel. The apparatus comprises a first and a second compensating unit (51, 52). Each unit comprises an ...  
WO/1995/000390A1
A fresh water flushing system for a marine engine in a boat for use whether the boat is in or out of the water is disclosed. The system comprises a control panel (12) mounted on the interior of the boat , a plurality of tubular T-shaped ...  
WO/1995/000812A1
A fresh water flushing system (10) for a marine engine in a boat for use whether the boat is in or out of the water is disclosed. The system comprises a control panel (12) mounted on the interior of the boat, a plurality of tubular "T" s...  
WO/1994/019237A1
A cooling water intake (1) is constructed as an integral body from a composite material, having a duct (2) running from a first opening (3), adapted to face toward the sea, and to a second opening (4), where the cooling water intake may ...  
WO/1994/010030A1
An internal combustion engine for propelling a ship includes a flexible coupling (1) mounted between the thrust bearing of the engine and a shaft segment (3) connected with the propeller. An oblong rod (10) interconnects two hollow shaft...  
WO/1994/006674A1
A boat hull of the type comprising longitudinal hull stiffening elements is characterized in that said longitudinal stiffening elements consists of sections (6) of a rigid material, particularly metal, such as steel, attached to at least...  
WO/1994/003359A1
A device for prevention of pitching rolling of a vessel for the purpose of absorbing the rolling motion of the vessel and of providing the passengers with comfortable voyage. The device comprises a lead container (20) containing lead (30...  
WO/1994/000340A1
Boat propulsion unit comprising a suspension arrangement (2) and a propeller drive shaft housing (3) which, via a lower and an upper universal joint (22, 24 resp.), are pivotally connected to each other. The suspension arrangement compri...  
WO/1994/000341A1
Boat propulsion unit comprising a suspension arrangement (2) and a propeller drive shaft housing (3) which, via a lower and an upper universal joint (22, 24 resp.), are pivotally connected to each other. The suspension arrangement compri...  
WO/1993/023286A1
Remote control system for the fixed command of an internal combustion engine, in a wired or non wired embodiment, comprising an apparatus producing preselected control signals corresponding to the orders necessary for the control of oper...  
WO/1993/011039A1
A piece of hull (1) of a boat, vessel or other construction designed to travel over water, which piece is attached with devices (6 and 7) to the rest of the hull (2) in a manner that allows the pieces of hull move relative to each other....  
WO/1993/009025A1
There is described an apparatus for inclusion in a ship comprising a mass (10), means (16) for vibrationally coupling the mass (10) to the ship's hull (12) and means (28) for damping the movement of the mass (10), the mass (10) being so ...  
WO/1993/007053A1
An underwater exhaust device for ships, including an exhaust gas duct (18) with a gas outlet (20) located outside the hull (22) and under the water line in a separate water circulation duct (28) forming a venturi at the waist of which sa...  
WO/1993/003959A1
A liner (40) for carrying liquid located in a compartment of a sea going vessel is protected from tear or puncture by a shock absorbing cushioning mat (12). The mat (12) is made up of sections interlocked by cables (21). Each cable (21) ...  
WO/1993/002914A1
A control system for operating the drive assembly of a ship has an engine (1), a gear (3) and an adjustable clutch (4) for forward and reverse motion. A control station (15), a control lever (27) and control electronics (15) allow the di...  
WO/1993/000258A1
The invention concerns a remote control device for controlling a towing vessel, for example during water skiing. The remote control device comprises a control unit (10) adapted to be connected to a towing vessel (70) by a cable (15). The...  
WO/1992/020574A1
The invention relates to an outboard boat propeller drive unit with an anti-cavitation plate (6) above the propeller or propellers (4, 5). Through the anti-cavitation plate there extends an exhaust duct (7) with its outlet port (11) loca...  
WO/1992/017366A1
A vessel (10) has a semi-displacement or semi-planing round bilge hull (11) characterized by low length-to-beam ratio (between about 5.0 to 7.5) and utilizing hydrodynamic lift. The bottom (15) of the hull (11) rises toward the stern (17...  
WO/1992/006890A1
Optimum operation for a ship's propeller (1) is achieved by utilization of a force sensor (3) (load cell) for longitudinal force in the propeller shaft (2), suitably arranged in ''the thrust bearing'' (4) of the propeller shaft, and this...  

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