Patents by Inventor Matthias FEUERBACH

Matthias FEUERBACH has filed for patents to protect the following inventions. This listing includes patent applications that are pending as well as patents that have already been granted by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).

  • Patent number: 10962113
    Abstract: A parking lock (1) for a motor vehicle, wherein the parking lock (1) has a housing (21), a locking pawl (4) which is arranged such that it can be pivoted about a rotational axis (a) and has a pawl tooth (5) which is configured for engaging in a positively locking manner into a parking lock gear, an actuator (6) for actuating the locking pawl (4), with the result that it can be brought reversibly into engagement with the parking lock gear by way of the pawl tooth (5) of the locking pawl (4), and a movable transmission element which transmits the movement of the actuator (6) to the locking pawl (4). The parking lock (1) has a damping mechanism for the locking pawl or for the movable transmission element.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: November 20, 2017
    Date of Patent: March 30, 2021
    Assignee: SCHAEFFLER TECHNOLOGIES AG & CO. KG
    Inventors: Klaus Kramer, Matthias Feuerbach, Markus Rost, Tobias Heumann
  • Publication number: 20190271394
    Abstract: A parking lock (1) for a motor vehicle, wherein the parking lock (1) has a housing (21), a locking pawl (4) which is arranged such that it can be pivoted about a rotational axis (a) and has a pawl tooth (5) which is configured for engaging in a positively locking manner into a parking lock gear, an actuator (6) for actuating the locking pawl (4), with the result that it can be brought reversibly into engagement with the parking lock gear by way of the pawl tooth (5) of the locking pawl (4), and a movable transmission element which transmits the movement of the actuator (6) to the locking pawl (4). The parking lock (1) has a damping mechanism for the locking pawl or for the movable transmission element.
    Type: Application
    Filed: November 20, 2017
    Publication date: September 5, 2019
    Applicant: Schaeffler Technologies AG & Co. KG
    Inventors: Klaus Kramer, Matthias Feuerbach, Markus Rost, Tobias Heumann
  • Patent number: 9709351
    Abstract: A heat exchanger (5) includes a housing (31), which contains a tube (32) and has a jacket (33), which surrounds the tube (32) while forming a ring channel (34). A primary inlet (35) and a primary outlet (36) are fluidically connected with one another via a primary path (37) carrying a primary medium through the ring channel (34) and via a bypass path (38) carrying the primary medium through the tube (32). A control (39) controls the flow of the primary medium through the primary path (37) and through the bypass path (38). At least two secondary inlets (42) and two secondary outlets (43) are fluidically connected with one another via at least two secondary paths (44) for carrying at least one secondary medium. The primary path (37) is coupled with the secondary paths (44) in a heat-transferring manner and such that the media are separated from one another.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: September 13, 2013
    Date of Patent: July 18, 2017
    Assignee: Eberspächer Exhaust Technology GmbH & Co. KG
    Inventors: Gerd Gaiser, Markus Birgler, Matthias Feuerbach, Marc Hartmann, Jürgen Schweizer, Rouven Egger, Dimitri Penner, Fabian Frobenius, Bernd Weller
  • Patent number: 9709350
    Abstract: A heat exchanger (5) includes a housing (31), which contains a tube (32) and has a jacket (33), which surrounds the tube (32) while forming a ring channel (34). A primary inlet (35) and a primary outlet (36) are connected to one another fluidically via a primary path (37) carrying a primary medium through ring channel (34) and via a bypass path (38) carrying the primary medium through the tube (32). A control device (39) controls the flow of the primary medium through the primary path (37) and the bypass path (38). A secondary inlet (42) and a secondary outlet (43) are connected to one another fluidically via at least two secondary paths (44) for carrying a secondary medium. The primary path (37) is coupled with the secondary paths (44) in a heat-transferring manner with the media separated from one another.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: September 13, 2013
    Date of Patent: July 18, 2017
    Assignee: Eberspächer Exhaust Technology GmbH & Co. KG
    Inventors: Gerd Gaiser, Markus Birgler, Matthias Feuerbach, Marc Hartmann, Jürgen Schweizer, Rouven Egger, Dimitri Penner, Fabian Frobenius
  • Patent number: 9239001
    Abstract: A heat exchanger (28) has a first inlet (29) and a first outlet (30), which are fluidically connected with one another via a first path (31) carrying for a first medium to be cooled. A second inlet (32) and a second outlet (33) are fluidically connected with one another via a second path (34) carrying a second medium. A third inlet (35) and a third outlet (36) are fluidically connected with one another via a third path (37) carrying a third medium. The first path (31) is coupled with the second path (34) and with the third path (37) in a heat-transferring manner and in such as way that the media are separated. The heat-transferring coupling between the first path and the second path takes place upstream of the heat-transferring coupling between the first path and the third path relative to the direction of flow of the first medium.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: September 13, 2013
    Date of Patent: January 19, 2016
    Assignee: Eberspächer Exhaust Technology GmbH & Co. KG
    Inventors: Markus Birgler, Gerd Gaiser, Matthias Feuerbach, Christof Klingler, Jürgen Schweizer
  • Publication number: 20140208725
    Abstract: A heat exchanger (18) is provided for an internal combustion engine (1) for heat transfer between a gas stream (8) and a working medium stream (10). The heat exchanger (18) comprises a housing (28), which encloses a gas path (38), and with at least one spiral tube (29), which carries a working medium path (30) and which is arranged in the gas path (38) and which extends helically in relation to the central longitudinal axis (31) of the housing (28). Increased fatigue strength is achieved with an elastic outer mounting layer (32). The elastic outer mounting layer (32) is arranged between the housing (28) and the at least one spiral tube (29).
    Type: Application
    Filed: January 28, 2014
    Publication date: July 31, 2014
    Applicant: Eberspächer Exhaust Technology GmbH & Co. KG
    Inventors: Jürgen SCHWEIZER, Gerd GAISER, Markus BIRGLER, Matthias FEUERBACH, Christof KLINGLER, Dimitri PENNER, Wolfgang KLEIN
  • Publication number: 20140165558
    Abstract: A heat exchanger (28) has a first inlet (29) and a first outlet (30), which are fluidically connected with one another via a first path (31) carrying for a first medium to be cooled. A second inlet (32) and a second outlet (33) are fluidically connected with one another via a second path (34) carrying a second medium. A third inlet (35) and a third outlet (36) are fluidically connected with one another via a third path (37) carrying a third medium. The first path (31) is coupled with the second path (34) and with the third path (37) in a heat-transferring manner and in such as way that the media are separated. The heat-transferring coupling between the first path and the second path takes place upstream of the heat-transferring coupling between the first path and the third path relative to the direction of flow of the first medium.
    Type: Application
    Filed: September 13, 2013
    Publication date: June 19, 2014
    Applicant: Eberspacher Exhaust Technology GmbH & Co. KG
    Inventors: Markus BIRGLER, Gerd GAISER, Matthias FEUERBACH, Christof KLINGLER, Jürgen SCHWEIZER
  • Publication number: 20140076292
    Abstract: A heat exchanger (5) includes a housing (31), which contains a tube (32) and has a jacket (33), which surrounds the tube (32) while forming a ring channel (34). A primary inlet (35) and a primary outlet (36) are connected to one another fluidically via a primary path (37) carrying a primary medium through ring channel (34) and via a bypass path (38) carrying the primary medium through the tube (32). A control device (39) controls the flow of the primary medium through the primary path (37) and the bypass path (38). A secondary inlet (42) and a secondary outlet (43) are connected to one another fluidically via at least two secondary paths (44) for carrying a secondary medium. The primary path (37) is coupled with the secondary paths (44) in a heat-transferring manner with the media separated from one another.
    Type: Application
    Filed: September 13, 2013
    Publication date: March 20, 2014
    Applicant: Eberspacher Exhaust Technology GmbH & Co. KG
    Inventors: Gerd GAISER, Markus BIRGLER, Matthias FEUERBACH, Marc HARTMANN, Jürgen SCHWEIZER, Rouven EGGER
  • Publication number: 20140076293
    Abstract: A heat exchanger (5) includes a housing (31), which contains a tube (32) and has a jacket (33), which surrounds the tube (32) while forming a ring channel (34). A primary inlet (35) and a primary outlet (36) are fluidically connected with one another via a primary path (37) carrying a primary medium through the ring channel (34) and via a bypass path (38) carrying the primary medium through the tube (32). A control (39) controls the flow of the primary medium through the primary path (37) and through the bypass path (38). At least two secondary inlets (42) and two secondary outlets (43) are fluidically connected with one another via at least two secondary paths (44) for carrying at least one secondary medium. The primary path (37) is coupled with the secondary paths (44) in a heat-transferring manner and such that the media are separated from one another.
    Type: Application
    Filed: September 13, 2013
    Publication date: March 20, 2014
    Applicant: EBERSPACHER EXHAUST TECHNOLOGY GMBH & CO. KG
    Inventors: Gerd GAISER, Markus BIRGLER, Matthias FEUERBACH, Marc HARTMANN, JÜRGEN SCHWEIZER, Rouven EGGER, Dimitri PENNER, Fabian FROBENIUS, Bernd WELLER