ThyssenKrupp had 36 patents in future of work during Q1 2024.The patent filed by ThyssenKrupp AG in Q1 2024 is for a vibration damper with adjustable damping force. It includes an inner cylinder with a working chamber connected to a damping-valve device located outside an outer cylinder. The flow connection is achieved through a separate component called a pressure-stage adapter, which is part of the working chamber and linked to the damping-valve device. Additionally, a base piece at the end of the inner cylinder is combined with the pressure-stage adapter to create a pressure-stage adapter device. GlobalData’s report on ThyssenKrupp gives a 360-degree view of the company including its patenting strategy. Buy the report here.

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ThyssenKrupp grant share with future of work as a theme is 36% in Q1 2024. Grant share is based on the ratio of number of grants to total number of patents.

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Application: Vibration damper (Patent ID: US20240077125A1)

The present disclosure pertains to a vibration damper with adjustable damping force, featuring an inner cylinder with a working chamber connected to a damping-valve device through a separate component called a pressure-stage adapter. This adapter, along with a base piece, forms a pressure-stage adapter device. The design allows for efficient control of damping force while maintaining a compact structure.

The patent claims detail various aspects of the vibration damper, including the inclusion of a seal in the pressure-stage adapter device, the arrangement of a pressure-stop damping element, and the use of connecting pins for accommodating the damping-valve device. Additionally, the claims outline the configuration of the inner cylinder, the positioning of the base piece, and the presence of seals between components. The use of intermediate pipes, mantels, and separating units is also described to enhance the functionality and performance of the vibration damper. Overall, the patent aims to protect a novel design that optimizes damping force adjustability and structural integrity in vibration dampers.

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