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148 - Metal treatment

148095000 - PROCESS OF MODIFYING OR MAINTAINING INTERNAL PHYSICAL STRUCTURE (I.E., MICROSTRUCTURE) OR CHEMICAL PROPERTIES OF METAL, PROCESS OF REACTIVE COATING OF METAL AND PROCESS OF CHEMICAL-HEAT REMOVING (E.G., FLAME-CUTTING, ETC.) OR BURNING OF METAL

148516000 - Producing or treating layered, bonded, welded, or mechanically engaged article or stock as a final product

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Class / Patent application numberDescriptionNumber of patent applications / Date published
148529000 Iron(Fe) or iron base alloy present 79
148535000 Aluminum(Al) or aluminum base alloy present 9
148528000 With brazing or soldering 7
148536000 Copper(Cu) or copper base alloy 4
20090020192Copper Sputtering Targets and Methods of Forming Copper Sputtering Targets - The invention includes a copper-comprising sputtering target. The target is monolithic or bonded and contains at least 99.99% copper by weight and has an average grain size of from 1 micron to 50 microns. The copper-comprising target has a yield strength of greater than or equal to about 15 ksi and a Brinell hardness (HB) of greater than about 40. The invention includes copper alloy monolithic and bonded sputtering targets consisting essentially of less than or equal to about 99.99% copper by weight and a total amount of alloying element(s) of at least 100 ppm and less than 10% by weight. The targets have an average grain size of from less than 1 micron to 50 microns and have a grain size non-uniformity of less than about 15% standard deviation (1-sigma) throughout the target. The invention additionally includes methods of producing bonded and monolithic copper and copper alloy targets.01-22-2009
20100059147Copper Sputtering Targets and Methods of Forming Copper Sputtering Targets - The invention includes a copper-comprising sputtering target. The target is monolithic or bonded and contains at least 99.99% copper by weight and has an average grain size of from 1 micron to 50 microns. The copper-comprising target has a yield strength of greater than or equal to about 15 ksi and a Brinell hardness (HB) of greater than about 40. The invention includes copper alloy monolithic and bonded sputtering targets consisting essentially of less than or equal to about 99.99% copper by weight and a total amount of alloying element(s) of at least 100 ppm and less than 10% by weight. The targets have an average grain size of from less than 1 micron to 50 microns and have a grain size non-uniformity of less than about 15% standard deviation (1-sigma) throughout the target. The invention additionally includes methods of producing bonded and monolithic copper and copper alloy targets.03-11-2010
20080202643Beryllium-copper conductor - A process is provided for forming an age hardened wire for use as an electrical conductor, which wire is formed from a copper base alloy consisting of from 1.25 to 3.6 wt % nickel, from 0.25 to 0.45 beryllium, and the balance copper and impurities which do not affect the properties of said alloy, with the nickel and beryllium being present in the copper base alloy in a ratio of nickel to beryllium from 5.0 to 8.0. The process comprises the steps of providing a copper base alloy material consisting of from 1.25 to 3.6 wt % nickel, from 0.25 to 0.45 beryllium, and the balance copper and impurities which do not affect the properties of said alloy, which nickel and beryllium are present in the copper base alloy in a ratio of nickel to beryllium from 5.0 to 8.0, cold working the material in a single step; and age hardening the cold worked material in a single step to form a wire in a cold worked and aged hardened condition having an electrical conductivity of at least about 60% IACS.08-28-2008
20110290380METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING METAL LAMINATED SUBSTRATE FOR SEMICONDUCTOR ELEMENT FORMATION AND METAL LAMINATED SUBSTRATE FOR SEMICONDUCTOR ELEMENT FORMATION - Disclosed is a metal laminated substrate for forming an epitaxial growth film for forming a semiconductor element having high biaxial crystal orientation on a surface of a metal substrate and a method of manufacturing the metal laminated substrate. The manufacturing method includes the steps of activating at least one surface of a metal plate T12-01-2011
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20100116379COMPOSITE USED FOR THERMAL SPRAY INSTRUMENTATION AND METHOD FOR MAKING THE SAME - A superalloy article which comprises a substrate comprised of a superalloy, a bond coat comprised of MCrAlY wherein M is a metal selected from the group consisting of cobalt, nickel and mixtures thereof applied onto at least a portion of the substrate and a ceramic top coat applied over at least a portion of the bond coat. The bond coat is exposed to a temperature of within the range of between about 1600-1800° F. subsequent to its application onto the substrate.05-13-2010
20120085468SUPERALLOY COMPONENT AND METHOD OF IMPROVING THE SAME - A method of improving a superalloy component is proposed. The method involves the introduction of at least one additive into the superalloy component, the at least one additive being selected from the group of Hf, La, and Y. The at least one additive is introduced into a surface layer of the component. Preferably, the surface layer has a depth of 04-12-2012
20110290379METHOD AND USE FOR TEXTURED DYSPROSIUM - A method of making a magnetic field concentrator, comprising cold rolling a first metal sample that includes dysprosium to a foil having a thickness of between 20 microns and 60 microns; and further annealing the foil at a temperature of between 1000 and 1300 degrees C., for a period of between 10 minutes and 20 minutes. Preferably, annealing the foil takes place in an oxygen-free chamber, where the chamber is made from a material selected from at least one of molybdenum, tantalum, and titanium. Finally, at least a second sheet of annealed foil is produced, and the first and second foils are laminated together to produce a laminated sheet suitable for use as a magnetic field concentrator.12-01-2011
20090178736ARTICLE HAVING COBALT-PHOSPHOROUS COATING AND METHOD FOR HEAT TREATING - A method of processing an article having a substrate and a cobalt-phosphorous coating disposed on the substrate includes heat treating the article. At least one physical characteristic of the cobalt-phosphorous coating is altered using the heat treating to thereby change a performance characteristic of the article. For example, the article may be an actuator component having a bore or a shaft that is movably disposed at least partially within the bore.07-16-2009
20090165900Method fo the Heat Treatment of a Profile, Device for the Heat Treatment of a Profile and Profile - A method and device for the heat treatment of a profile, in particular an extruded profile for aircraft. The profile may be formed by one or more different, in particular curable, aluminium alloys. The method provides that at least two regions of a profile are subjected to a different heat treatment. The device includes a first chamber that encloses a first region of a profile and a second chamber that encloses a second region of the profile, wherein different temperatures can be set in the first and second chambers. The profile has at least two regions that each have different material properties and are formed by differential heat treatment.07-02-2009
20120031531HOT DIP GALVANIZED STEEL SHEET AND METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING SAME - The invention provides a hot dip galvanized steel sheet which has: a hot dip galvanizing layer having a flat part on a surface thereof; and a film formed on the flat part. The film is composed of a compound containing Zn, Fe, and O, having an average film thickness A in a range from 10 to 100 nm determined by an element analysis of the film, and has {[Fe]/{[Zn]+[Fe]}} in the film in a range from 0.002 to 0.25, where [Zn] and [Fe] designate the content (% by atom) of Zn and Fe in the film, respectively. Since the hot dip galvanized steel sheet of the invention has excellent press-formability, bondability, and phosphatability, it is suitable for automobiles and electrical appliances.02-09-2012
20100200124Method for Preparing FEPT Media at Low Ordering Temperature and Fabrication of Exchange Coupled Composite Media and Gradient Anisotropy Media for Magnetic Recording - A method includes: constructing a multilayer structure including a first layer of Pt, a first layer of A1 phase FePt on the first layer of Pt, and a second layer of Pt on the layer of FePt, and annealing the multilayer structure to convert the A1 phase FePt to L108-12-2010
20100200125METHOD FOR MAKING MAGNESIUM-BASED COMPOSITE MATERIAL - The present disclosure relates to a method for fabricating the above-described a magnesium-based composite material. The method includes providing at least two magnesium-based plates, providing at least one nanoscale reinforcement film, sandwiching the at least one nanoscale reinforcement film between the at least two magnesium-based plates to form a preform, and hot rolling the preform to achieve the magnesium-based composite material.08-12-2010
20110146850Method for Producing A Steel Strip Having A Dual-Phase Microstructure - A method for producing semi-finished product, particularly steel strip, having a dual-phase microstructure and a tensile strength between 500 and 1000 MPa. Elements such as carbon and nitrogen which are interstitially dissolved in a ferritic matrix are bound by alloying elements such as Al, Mo, Nb, Ti and V which form carbide, nitride or carbonitride in order to adjust a microstructure of hard components such as martensite, bainite, carbide with low fractions of residual austenite in a ferritic matrix, which is substantially free from interstitially dissolved elements (IF character).06-23-2011
20090320966WELD REPAIR OF SUPERALLOY MATERIALS - A method of weld repairing a superalloy material at ambient temperatures without causing cracking of the base material. A superalloy material such as CM-247 LC, as is commonly used in gas turbine blade applications, is subjected to an overage pre-weld heat treatment in order to grow the volume percentage of gamma prime precipitate in the material to a level sufficient to permit ambient temperature welding without cracking. CM-247 LC material is heated in a vacuum furnace at a rate of about 0.5° C. per minute to an intermediate temperature of about 885° C. The material is then gas fan quenched to a temperature of about 52° C. to grow the gamma prime precipitate percentage to about 55%. A fusion repair weld may then be performed on the material at an ambient temperature using a filler material having a chemistry matching a chemistry of the base material.12-31-2009
20120006450ZINC DIFFUSION COATING METHOD - A method for diffusion coating a surface of a metal substrate with zinc comprises the steps of: a01-12-2012
20120205014INERTIA FRICTION WELD OF SUPERALLOY WITH ENHANCED POST WELD HEAT TREATMENT - A method of inertia friction welding a superalloy substrate, the method including: rotating and forcing a deposit material (08-16-2012
20120312429CLAD TEXTURED METAL SUBSTRATE FOR FORMING EPITAXIAL THIN FILM THEREON AND METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING THE SAME - The present invention provides an oriented substrate for forming an epitaxial thin film thereon, which has a more excellent orientation than that of a conventional one and a high strength, and a method for manufacturing the same. The present invention provides a clad textured metal substrate for forming the epitaxial thin film thereon, which includes a metallic layer and a silver layer bonded to at least one face of the metallic layer, wherein the silver layer has a {100}<001> cube texture in which a deviating angle Δφ of crystal axes satisfies Δφ≦9 degree. The textured metal substrate can be manufactured by subjecting the silver sheet containing 30 to 200 ppm oxygen by concentration to the orienting treatment of hot-working and heat-treating, and bonding the metal sheet with the oriented silver sheet by using a surface activated bonding process.12-13-2012
20120325380HEAT RESISTANT ALLOY MEMBER, METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING THE SAME, AND METHOD FOR REPAIRING THE SAME - A heat resistant alloy member that maintains the creep strength and improves the fatigue characteristics is provided. The heat resistant alloy member according to the present invention includes a recrystallized structure layer including finer grains on the surface of the member than those inside of the member. The recrystallized structure layer is formed by forming a stirred layer by giving processing strain to the surface of the member using a friction stir processing, and applying recrystallization heat treatment to the stirred layer for recrystallization.12-27-2012
20110226390Superalloy Repair Welding Using Multiple Alloy Powders - A method of welding a gas turbine engine substrate composed of a gamma prime precipitation strengthened nickel based superalloy, including the steps of: applying weld beads on the substrate to form a continuous layer the thickness of the weld beads; using a filler material made of a first material exhibiting comparable strength and ductility as the substrate, and a second material exhibiting greater ductility than the substrate; and creating crack propagation mitigating regions within the continuous layer by increasing the percentage of the second material in the crack propagation mitigating regions over the percentage of the second material in the remainder of the continuous layer.09-22-2011
20130118648METHOD OF MANUFACTURING ICE CONFECTION MOLD - A method of manufacturing an ice confection mold includes the following processes in sequence: a drawing process in which a pair of metallic plates are press-molded to form a pair of body members; a cup-forming process in which a prototype of the cups is formed as a result of bonding the pair of body members by welding such that the reservoir is formed, the body members being set so as to face each other; a trimming process in which the upper end of the prototype of the cups is trimmed along the opening to form the cups; and a bonding process in which the cups are attached to the connecting plate as a result of bonding the edges of the openings of the cups to the edges of the openings of the connecting plate by welding.05-16-2013
20080210347Superalloy Component Welding at Ambient Temperature - A method for welding superalloy components at ambient temperature conditions while reducing the propensity of the superalloy material to crack as a result of the weld. A root pass region of the weld is formed using a filler material that exhibits ductility that is higher than that of the base superalloy material. The ductile material mitigates stress in the root region, thereby preventing the formation of cracks. A remaining portion of the weld is formed using a filler material that essentially matches the base superalloy material. The method may utilize a pre-weld heat treatment to grow a gamma prime precipitate phase in the superalloy material, a chill fixture to remove heat during welding, a relief cut to reduce stress in the root region, and a conventional post-weld heat treatment.09-04-2008
20100282373METHOD FOR PRODUCING A COATED STEEL STRIP FOR PRODUCING TAYLORED BLANKS SUITABLE FOR THERMOMECHANICAL SHAPING, STRIP THUS PRODUCED, AND USE OF SUCH A COATED STRIP - The invention relates to a method for producing a coated steel strip for producing tailored blanks suitable for thermomechanical shaping. The method includes the following steps: providing a hot-rolled steel strip; coating the strip with a metallic coating; cold rolling the strip such that the strip obtains a variable thickness in its length direction, having at least thicker sections and thinner sections, such that tailor rolled blanks (TRBs) can be cut from this strip. The invention also relates to a steel strip thus produced and the use of such a steel strip.11-11-2010

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