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Woerner Bernhard: Procede de commande de lemission lumineuse et agencement de projecteur de vehicule pour la mise en oeuvre du procede. Bosch Robert, July 6, 1990: FR2641237-A1 (129 worldwide citation)

Procédé caractérisé en ce qu'on mesure l'intensité au moins dans la zone de vision, dans lequel des sources lumineuses peuvent apparaître en sens inverse de la chaussée, on compare à une valeur de seuil et en cas de dépassement de cette valeur, on augmente l'émission lumineuse de l'agencement de pro ...


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Kass Eric, Rink Dorothea, Stein Axel, Woerner Bernhard: Augmented database resource management. Sap, September 12, 2007: EP1831798-A1

Methods and apparatus, including computer program products, for managing multiple operations contending for the same resources. The techniques feature receiving a sequence of actual operation requests directed towards a set of resources from one or more computer program applications. The techniques ...


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Remus Bodo, Sieber Dieter, Stein Juergen, Hege Guenter, Spingler Tilman, Schmied Friedrich, Kusserow Peter, Schneider Hans Juergen, Jaeger Christian, Woerner Bernhard, Delb Fred, Weigold Thomas, Kolberg Kay, Preis Karl Heinrich: Vehicle headlight.. Bosch Robert, June 3, 1992: EP0487679-A1

The headlight proposed has a reflector (10) in which a gas-discharge lamp (11) is mounted. Located in the path of the light beam reflected by the reflector is a lens (17) by means of which one edge (15) of a shutter (14), used as a bright-dark boundary, is imaged. The lens (17) is designed as a filt ...


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Stein Juergen, Woerner Bernhard, Delb Fred, Weigold Thomas, Schmied Friedrich, Kusserow Peter, Kaiser Bernd: Headlamp for motor vehicles.. Bosch Robert, July 22, 1992: EP0495027-A1

The headlamp has a reflector (10) into which a gas discharge lamp (12) is inserted from the rear via a lamp holder (11). The gas discharge lamp (12) is powered at high voltage via a ballast (14). The rear of the gas discharge lamp (12) is covered with a protective cap (17). To the ballast is connect ...


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Seiler Hartmut, Woerner Bernhard, Kramp Ralf, Frey Martin, Gorille Ingo Dr, Fabry Thomas: Igniting arrangement for discharge lamp. Robert Bosch, January 6, 1998: JP1998-003816

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To downsize the structure of an igniting arrangement, and to arrange the igniting arrangement as close as possible to a discharge lamp by providing plural structural elements in a casing so as to surround each other. SOLUTION: A capacitor 24 being a capacitive structural elemen ...


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Woerner Bernhard Dipl Ing: Headlight of automobile. Robert Bosch, July 11, 1997: JP1997-180886

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To compensate a loss in a flux of light caused by a long continuous operation of a lamp by arranging a device to detect accumulated total operation time of the lamp in a front device to supply electric output to a gas discharge lamp. SOLUTION: A front device 20 is arranged to s ...


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Woerner Bernhard, Haug Kurt, Fabry Thomas, Kusserow Peter, Jenner Bert: Headlight for automobile. Robert Bosch, July 21, 1995: JP1995-182902

PURPOSE: To prevent danger of a high voltage by locking a closing part with a releasable plug part at the position where the closing part blocks an opening. CONSTITUTION: This headlight has a connector including a plug part 31 disposed in a casing 10 and a releasable plug part 32. The part 31 is hel ...


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Seiler Hartmut, Woerner Bernhard, Fabry Thomas: Discharge lamp. Robert Bosch, March 6, 1998: JP1998-064412

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To enable making a simple compensation adjustment, even if an electrode slips off in position from its specified position. SOLUTION: A housed element 24 can be fixed to a discharge container 10, and the discharge container 10 can be connected with an intermediate member 28 by w ...


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Woerner Bernhard, Hamm Michael, Henning Hogureefe, Boebel Doris Dipl Ing: Headlight device for vehicle for generating light flux having various characteristics. Robert Bosch, July 14, 2000: JP2000-195312

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To reduce the number of units for saving cost and space by providing one or more headlights, and enabling generation of characteristic light flux by one or more light sources, while enabling generation of light flux having a different characteristic in one or more headlight uni ...


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Woerner Bernhard: Projection headlight and lighting apparatus for vehicle. Robert Bosch, April 27, 2001: JP2001-118413

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a projection headlight which allows the rotation of an axial line of beam with a low inertia force, maintaining force and driving force while most properly illuminating a road surface. SOLUTION: A projection headlight for vehicle includes a reflector (10) having a li ...