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Bauer Maschinen Gmbh | Date: 2008-05-20

Construction machines for underground work, namely, ground boring and rock drilling machines for constructing piles and curtains in soil; subterraneous curtain cutting machines, soil working machines; construction machines for mixing ground material with binding agents or sealing suspensions. Foundation elements, namely, concrete piles, concrete blocks, concrete beams, non-metal sheet piles, concrete support walls, concrete retaining walls of binding agents or sealing suspensions and soil. Underground construction, namely, placing of vertical bore holes and vertical channels in soil and erecting of foundation elements, namely, concrete piles, non-metal sheet piles, support walls and retaining walls of binding agents and soil, or of sealing suspensions and soil; milling and drilling, namely, hole digging and excavating, digging of trenches, and boring and drilling earth; producing of retaining elements from binding agents and soil; cementing services; excavation services; foundation contractor services; land reclamation; leasing and rental of construction and building equipment; machinery maintenance and repair; underwater building and construction.


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Bauer Maschinen Gmbh | Date: 2003-11-11

Construction machines for special underground work, in particular ground boring and rock drilling apparatus for constructing piles and curtains in soil; subterraneous curtain cutting machines, soil working apparatus; construction machines for mixing ground material with binding agents or sealing suspensions. Foundation elements, piles, support walls, retaining walls in soil, of binding agents or sealing suspensions and soil. Special underground work, placing of vertical bore holes and vertical channels in soil and erecting of foundation elements, piles, support walls and retaining walls of binding agents and soil, or of sealing suspensions and soil.


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Bauer Maschinen Gmbh | Date: 2012-04-24

Drilling apparatus, in particular for drilling under water.


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Agency: Cordis | Branch: FP7 | Program: CP | Phase: ICT-2011.3.4 | Award Amount: 4.58M | Year: 2011

Engineers who design hard real-time embedded systems express a need for several times the performance available today while keeping safety as major criterion. A breakthrough in performance is expected by parallelising hard real-time applications. parMERASA targets a timing analysable system of parallel hard real-time applications running on a scalable multi-core processor. Several new scientific and technical challenges will be tackled in the light of timing analysability: parallelisation techniques for industrial applications, operating system virtualisation and efficient synchronisation mechanisms, guarantee of worst-case execution times (WCET) of parallelised applications, verification and profiling tools, and scalable memory hierarchies together with I/O systems for multi-core processors.\nThe output of parMERASA will be at least an eightfold performance improvement of the WCET for parallelised legacy applications in avionics, automotive, and construction machinery domains in comparison to the original sequential versions. The execution platform, i.e. the parMERASA multi-core processor and system software, will provide temporal and spatial isolation between tasks and scale up to 64 cores. A software engineering approach will be taken targeting at least four parallel execution patterns that are analysable. Verification and profiling tools will be developed, and we aim to provide at least four recommendations to enhance both automotive and avionic standards.\nparMERASA will impact new products for transportation systems and industrial applications. It will impact standards by introducing parallel execution and time predictability as key features. This will contribute to reinforce the EC position in the field of critical computing systems and yield an advantage for European industry in the highly competitive avionics, automotive, and construction machinery markets.


Spagnoli G.,BAUER Maschinen GmbH | Finkenzeller S.,BAUER Maschinen GmbH | Freudenthal T.,University of Bremen | Hoekstra T.,A.P. van den Berg Ingenieursburo BV | And 3 more authors.
Society of Petroleum Engineers - SPE Offshore Europe Conference and Exhibition, OE 2015 | Year: 2015

As the drilling technology has advanced, recent deepwater developments and explorations are currently taking place in Gulf of Mexico, Brazil and West Africa where deeper reserves of oil have become more accessible. The study of the subsea soil (e.g. soil investigation, positioning foundation design) is one of the activities required for the subsea field development. Electromagnetic tests, CPT tests, gravity, piston core or vibrocore samples are obtained by deploying down-hole systems from drilling vessels. However, because of the high costs and low availability of drill ships, and because ship and drill-string motion due to wind, currents and waves affect the quality of the drilling process, robotic drill rigs are currently more widely used. The following paper describes the MeBo200 as a novel underwater drill rig for geotechnical/geological explorations. The MeBo200 drilling rig is lowered to the sea floor and operated remotely from the ship to drill up to 200m into the sea floor at an ambient pressure of up to 400bar. It was developed in cooperation by MARUM Center for Marine Environmental Sciences (University of Bremen) and BAUER Maschinen GmbH. The complete system is transported within seven 20 ft containers. MeBo200 is a second generation of the MeBo, which was the first remote-controlled deep sea drill rig that uses a wireline coring technique. The weight of the MeBo200 is about 10 tons in air and 8 tons in water and therefore it does not need special drill ships to be managed reducing therefore the mobilization costs for worldwide deployment. The MeBo200 was deployed in the German sector of the North Sea in October 2014 to test the functionality of the seabed-based drill rig. Currently MeBo200 is being upgraded with CPT technology from A.P. van den Berg Ingenieursburo bv. © Copyright 2015, Society of Petroleum Engineers.

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