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Al-base component

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428615000 - Composite; i.e., plural, adjacent, spatially distinct metal components (e.g., layers, joint, etc.)

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Class / Patent application numberDescriptionNumber of patent applications / Date published
428652000 Next to Group VIII or IB metal-base component 50
428654000 Next to Al-base component 40
428651000 Next to refractory (Group IVB, VB, or VIB) metal-base component 12
20090324991PULSED FRICTION STIR WELDING PROCESS - A process for friction stir welding at least a first part made of metal alloy A with at least a second part made of a dissimilar metal alloy B, in which the first and second parts are placed side by side, and a joint is made between the first and second parts using a rotating tool moving at a speed referred to as the travel speed. The tool travel speed has at least two alternated modes in continuous service, a first mode wherein a first average travel speed S12-31-2009
20110195272PROCESS FOR THE PROTECTION OF A METAL SUBSTRATE FROM CORROSION AND ABRASION, AND METAL SUBSTRATE OBTAINED BY THIS PROCESS - A process is provided for the protection of a metal substrate of an aircraft part, in particular made of aluminum alloy, from corrosion and abrasion. The method includes the formation, on the substrate, of a coating made of alloy of zinc and nickel and then polishing the coating thus formed. This process can additionally include applying, to the polished coating made of alloy of zinc and nickel, a transparent and airtight surface coating.08-11-2011
20100075172PROCESS FOR PRODUCING A CORROSION-PROTECTED AND HIGH-GLOSS SUBSTRATE - The present invention relates to a method for producing an at least partially corrosion protected and in particular, shiny metallic and/or non-metallic substrate, comprising a) the provision of a substrate with an at least partially coatable surface, and b) the application of at least one metallic protective layer, containing a first metal, a first precious metal or a first metal alloy, and at least one salt, one oxide, double oxide, oxide hydrate, sulphide, halogenide, nitride, carbide, carbon nitride, boride, silicide, oxyhalogenide and/or salt of a second metal, second precious metal or second metal alloy.03-25-2010
20100092797Outdoor-Suitable Antique Copper Color Aluminum Material and Process - A copper-substitute aluminum material made from a copper and cobalt anodizing process. The process includes the steps of: anodizing the aluminum material by submersing it in a basic sulfuric acid to build an anodic layer producing anodized aluminum material; combining copper and cobalt salts together in one bath; lowering the pH of the bath to between about 1.0 and about 3.0; coloring the anodized aluminum material electrolyticly by submersing the anodized aluminum material in the bath of copper and cobalt salts; and applying an electrical current to the bath plating the copper and cobalt salts into the anodized aluminum material.04-15-2010
20080268281Shield Components With Enhanced Thermal and Mechanical Stability - The invented shield components are used for a plasma processing system to adhere deposition materials or process residuals during wafer processing, thus preventing excessive wafer contamination, even when exposed to high temperatures. One embodiment of the invented shields consists of a reaction barrier layer to separate the underlying substrate from the overlying spray coating to prevent solid-state chemical reaction between the substrate and the coating. Another embodiment of the invented shields consists of a substrate and a coating with a substrate-coating combination chosen to allow no new solid-state phase to form at the interface. The invented shields have well-bonded materials interfaces that preserve thermal and mechanical stability under high temperature conditions in a plasma processing system for the containment of deposition contaminates.10-30-2008
20110020666METHOD FOR JOINING METALLIC MEMBERS, JOINT STRUCTURE AND BRAZING FILLER METAL - In joining an Fe-based metallic member comprising an Fe-based material and an Al-based metallic member comprising an Al-based material by a Zn-based brazing filler metal, a joined part of the Fe-based metallic member is heated at a temperature higher than a melting point of the Fe-based material.01-27-2011
20110300404OXIDATION RESISTANT COMPONENTS WITH IMPROVED HIGH TEMPERATURE STRENGTH AND RELATED METHODS - An oxidation resistant component with high temperature strength and a method of creating such component are disclosed. A modified base metal may be formed by adding at least two strengthening additives to a base metal, the base metal being substantially free from both nickel and cobalt and comprising from about 1% to about 27% chromium by weight. The modified base metal may then be formed into a component and an aluminum-containing slurry may be applied to a surface of the component. The component may then be heated to diffuse aluminum into the component and to form an aluminum diffusion surface layer therein.12-08-2011
20110300405OXIDATION RESISTANT COMPONENTS AND RELATED METHODS - Oxidation resistant components and methods for creating an aluminum diffusion surface layer within substantially nickel- and cobalt-free components are disclosed. An aluminum-containing slurry may be applied to a component. The component may then be heated to diffuse aluminum into the component and to form an aluminum diffusion surface layer therein. The surface layer may be characterized by an intermetallic aluminum-containing phase extending below the surface of the component.12-08-2011
20110097598LASER-WELDED ALUMINUM ALLOY PARTS AND METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING THE SAME - A method of welding difficult to weld aluminum alloys using a laser welding device with at least 4 kilowatts of power operable at a speed of from about 40 millimeters per second to about 160 millimeters per second with a spot size of about 250 to about 600 microns focused at the surface of the aluminum pieces, without the need for shielding gas or filler wire, and the parts made thereby which are of suitable strength and properties to use as lightweight reinforcement structures, particularly in vehicle interior structures.04-28-2011
20090087682METHOD FOR PRODUCING QUASI-CRYSTALLINE PARTICLE DISPERSED ALLOY CLAD MATERIAL, METHOD FOR PRODUCING QUASI-CRYSTALLINE PARTICLE DISPERSED ALLOY BULK MATERIAL, QUASI-CRYSTALLINE PARTICLE DISPERSED ALLOY CLAD MATERIAL, AND QUASI-CRYSTALLINE PARTICLE DISPERSED ALLOY BULK MATERIAL - To provide a method for producing a quasi-crystalline particle dispersed alloy clad material which can be formed into a thick plate or a member for a structure having a specific shape, in particular, a complicated shape while maintaining quasi-crystalline particles, and can be enhanced in strength when used as a member for a structure, in particular, in strength in a high temperature environment. According to the method for producing a quasi-crystalline particle dispersed alloy clad material 04-02-2009
20090148721ALUMINUM ALLOY SHEET FOR COLD PRESS FORMING, METHOD OF MANUFACTURING THE SAME, AND COLD PRESS FORMING METHOD FOR ALUMINUM ALLOY SHEET - An Al—Mg—Si based aluminum alloy sheet having undergone normal-temperature aging (or being in a underaged state) after a solution treatment thereof is, before press forming, subjected to a heating treatment (partial reversion heating treatment) in which the alloy sheet is partially heated to a temperature in the range of 150 to 350° C. for a time of not more than 5 minutes so that the difference in strength (difference in 0.2% proof stress) between the heated part and the non-heated part will be not less than 10 MPa. The alloy sheet thus treated is subjected to cold press forming in the condition where the heated part with low strength is put in contact with a wrinkle holding-down appliance of the press and the non-heated part with high strength is put in contact with the shoulder part (radius) of the punch. In the partial reversion heating treatment, the temperature rise rate and the cooling rate in cooling down to 100° C. or below are set to be not less than 30° C./min. Further, the period for which the alloy sheet is left to stand at normal temperature after the partial reversion heating treatment until the cold press forming is set to be within 30 days.06-11-2009
20080206590CONNECTING MATERIAL, METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING CONNECTING MATERIAL, AND SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE - In a connecting material of the present invention, a Zn series alloy layer is formed on an outermost surface of an Al series alloy layer. In particular, in the connecting material, an Al content of the Al series alloy layer is 99 to 100 wt. % or a Zn content of the Zn series alloy layer is 90 to 100 wt. %. By using this connecting material, the formation of an Al oxide film on the surface of the connecting material at the time of the connection can be suppressed, and preferable wetness that cannot be obtained with the Zn—Al alloy can be obtained. Further, when an Al series alloy layer is left after the connection, since the soft Al functions as a stress buffer material, the high connection reliability can be achieved.08-28-2008
20080274370Method for Forming Insulation Film - In a process involving the formation of an insulating film on a substrate for an electronic device, the insulating film is formed on the substrate surface by carrying out two or more steps for regulating the characteristic of the insulating film involved in the process under the same operation principle. The formation of an insulating film having a high level of cleanness can be realized by carrying out treatment such as cleaning, oxidation, nitriding, and a film thickness reduction while avoiding exposure to the air. Further, carrying out various steps regarding the formation of an insulating film under the same operation principle can realize simplification of the form of an apparatus and can form an insulating film having excellent property with a high efficiency.11-06-2008
20090075114Method for the manufacture of a hard material coating on a metal substrate and a coated substrate - A method for the manufacture of a hard material protective coating on a substrate consisting of a metal or of a electrically conductive ceramic material, e.g. a coated tool for use in a machine tool, or components exposed to high temperature wherein, prior to the deposition of the hard protective material coating, the substrate is pretreated by bombardment with metal ions of at least one rare earth element thereby resulting in implantation of some of said ions into said substrate.03-19-2009
20100047616Wire Feedstock and Process for Producing the Same02-25-2010
20090117403Process for fabricating a composite - The present invention relates to a process for fabricating a composite functional body/substrate, either by melting with an energy beam or by spin coating. The functional material is preferably a piezoelectric material (PVDF). The energy beam is preferably a laser beam.05-07-2009
20130157078Nickel-Cobalt-Based Alloy And Bond Coat And Bond Coated Articles Incorporating The Same - In an exemplary embodiment, a high temperature oxidation and hot corrosion resistant MCrAlX alloy is disclosed, wherein, by weight of the alloy, M comprises nickel in an amount of at least about 30 percent and X comprises from about 0.005 percent to about 0.19 percent yttrium. In another exemplary embodiment, a coated article is disclosed. The article includes a substrate having a surface. The article also includes a bond coat disposed on the surface, the bond coat comprising a high temperature oxidation and hot corrosion resistant MCrAlX alloy, wherein, by weight of the alloy, M comprises at least about 30 percent nickel and X comprises about 0.005 percent to about 0.19 percent yttrium.06-20-2013
20090214890BRAZED ALUMINUM LAMINATE MOLD TOOLING - A laminate aluminum block for forming an article includes a series of aluminum laminate plates to collectively form a tool body for forming an article in a forming operation. A series of aluminum brazing layers are formed for brazing together adjacent aluminum laminate plates. The series of aluminum laminate plates and the series of aluminum brazing layers are deoxidized. Draining apertures are formed through a plurality of the series of aluminum laminate plates. The series of aluminum laminate plates are stacked alternating with the aluminum brazing layers between adjacent aluminum laminate plates without a flux. The stacked series of alternating aluminum plates and aluminum brazing layers are pressed. The stacked series of alternating aluminum plates and aluminum brazing layers are heated in a vacuum furnace to a temperature wherein the aluminum brazing layers braze the aluminum laminate plates together and excess braze material drains from the draining apertures.08-27-2009
20100297471Pt-Al-Hf/Zr coating and method - A Pt—Al—Hf/Zr aluminide coating that can be used as a bond coat for TBC and improve TBC spallation life in service at elevated temperatures is provided. The aluminide coating can include a metastable ternary or higher X—Pt/Pd—Ni phase where the phase and other elements in the alloy system are present in a NiAl β phase of the coating. The metastable phase can be present and observable in the as-deposited condition of the bond coating; e.g. in an as-CVD deposited condition of the bond coating.11-25-2010
20100035081METHOD FOR THE PRODUCTION OF THIN LAYERS OF METAL-CERAMIC COMPOSITE MATERIALS - Selective solar absorbers are prepared by coating a reflector with a thin cermet layer prepared by depositing and subsequently sintering at least one cermet layer precursor which is an aqueous or alcoholic dispersion of ceramic nanoparticles, the dispersion also containing dissolved metal ions corresponding to the desired metal in the cermet. Sintering in H02-11-2010
20090317658ALLOY COATING FILM, METHOD FOR PRODUCTION OF ALLOY COATING FILM, AND HEAT-RESISTANT METAL MEMBER - In an alloy coating film having a diffusion barrier layer and an aluminum reservoir layer on a substrate, the diffusion barrier layer is composed of a single phase that is a Re—Cr—Ni—Al system σ phase containing Al by less than 1 atomic %, or composed of a first phase which is the Re—Cr—Ni—Al system σ phase and one or more second phases selected from a γ phase, γ′ phase and β phase.12-24-2009
20100159271SLIDING MEMBER FOR COMPRESSOR - A sliding member for a compressor includes a base metal, a first layer and a second layer. The base metal is made of an aluminum-based metal. The first layer is formed on or over the base metal and made of a nickel-based plating layer containing at least one material of nitrogen (N), silicon (Si), titanium (Ti), chromium (Cr) and aluminum (Al) as an additive. The second layer is formed on the surface of the first layer and made of a diamond-like carbon layer containing the same additive as the additive contained in the first layer.06-24-2010
20100028715SIMULTANEOUS MULTI-ALLOY CASTING - A method of casting a multi-layered metal ingot including the steps of delivering a metallic divider member into a direct chill mold, pouring a first molten metal into the mold on one side of the divider member, and pouring a second molten metal into the mold on the other side of the divider member, and allowing the first molten metal and the second molten metal solidify to form a metal ingot which includes the divider metal layer disposed there between.02-04-2010
20100028714Fine-Grained Metallic Coatings Having the Coefficient of Thermal Expansion Matched to the One of the Substrate - Fine-grained (average grain size 1 nm to 1,000 nm) metallic coatings optionally containing solid particulates dispersed therein are disclosed. The fine-grained metallic materials are significantly harder and stronger than conventional coatings of the same chemical composition due to Hall-Petch strengthening and have low linear coefficients of thermal expansion (CTEs). The invention provides means for matching the CTE of the fine-grained metallic coating to the one of the substrate by adjusting the composition of the alloy and/or by varying the chemistry and volume fraction of particulates embedded in the coating. The fine-grained metallic coatings are particularly suited for strong and lightweight articles, precision molds, sporting goods, automotive parts and components exposed to thermal cycling. The low CTEs and the ability to match the CTEs of the fine-grained metallic coatings with the CTEs of the substrate minimize dimensional changes during thermal cycling and prevent premature failure.02-04-2010
20100151273ALUMINIUM ALLOY BRAZING SHEET PRODUCT - The invention relates to an aluminum alloy brazing sheet including: a thin covering material layer, a core material layer, and an Al—Si alloy brazing material layer as an intermediate material interposed between the thin covering material and the core material. The thin covering material and the core material being of aluminum alloys having a solidus temperature higher than a liquidus temperature of the brazing material so that the molten brazing material seeps onto a surface of the thin covering material when the brazing material is molten in a brazing operation. The Al—Si alloy brazing material contains from 0.01 to 0.09% mg, and the aluminum alloy brazing sheet has a total Mg-content of less than 0.06%.06-17-2010
20100167085Electroplating Method and Electroplated Product - A method for electroplating a substrate having an aluminum alloy surface comprises: applying a zinc layer onto the aluminum alloy surface; electroplating a first copper layer onto the zinc layer from an alkaline copper electroplating solution; electroplating a second copper layer onto the first copper layer from an acid copper electroplating solution; electroplating a Cu—Sn alloy layer onto the second copper layer from a Cu—Sn electroplating solution; and electroplating a chromium layer onto the Cu—Sn alloy layer from a trivalent chromium solution. The alkaline copper electroplating solution is substantially free of cyanide ion.07-01-2010
20120156519METHODS FOR PRODUCING A HIGH TEMPERATURE OXIDATION RESISTANT COATING ON SUPERALLOY SUBSTRATES AND THE COATED SUPERALLOY SUBSTRATES THEREBY PRODUCED - Methods for producing a high temperature oxidation resistant coating on a superalloy component and the coated superalloy component produced thereby are provided. Aluminum or an aluminum alloy is applied to at least one surface of the superalloy component by electroplating in an ionic liquid aluminum plating bath to form a plated component. The plated component is heat treated at a first temperature of about 600° C. to about 650° C. and then further heat treated at a second temperature of about 700° C. to about 1050° C. for about 0.50 hours to about two hours or at a second temperature of about 750° C. to about 900° C. for about 12 to about 20 hours.06-21-2012
20090186238BRAZED NANO-GRAINED ALUMINUM STRUCTURES - A method of processing a brazed article includes forming a braze joint with an aluminum component comprising a nano-grained aluminum alloy.07-23-2009
20090130481PROCESS FOR PRODUCING CLAD MATERIAL AND EQUIPMENT THEREFOR - The present invention provides a method for manufacturing a clad material and the equipment for manufacturing the clad material, in which the productivity is excellent, the surface state and the flatness of the clad material can be readily controlled and the deterioration in adhesion rarely occurs in the clad material. The method for manufacturing the clad material composed of a core material and one or more skin materials which are superposed on either one or both faces of the core material includes: a clad material preparation process where an ingot for core material, which is manufactured by dissolving and casting a metal for core material in a core material preparation process, and an ingot for skin material, which is manufactured by dissolving and casting a metal for skin material different from the core material in their component composition, in a skin material preparation process, are prepared, respectively; a superposition process where the ingot for skin material is superposed as a skin material at a predetermined position of either one or both faces of the ingot for core material to manufacture a superposed material; and a clad hot-rolling process where the superposed material is hot-rolled to manufacture a clad material.05-21-2009
20120129001METHOD FOR THE PRODUCTION OF A FLAT STEEL PRODUCT AND FLAT STEEL PRODUCT - A flat steel product, comprising a base layer consisting of a steel material, and a multilayer coating applied thereto, and a method for producing the flat steel product.05-24-2012
20110123825BONDED STRUCTURE OF DISSIMILAR METALLIC MATERIALS AND METHOD OF JOINING DISSIMILAR METALLIC MATERIALS - Disclosed herein are bonded structures and methods of forming the same. One embodiment of a bonded structure comprises first and second metallic layers and a bonding interface between the first and second metallic layers formed by diffusion and comprising a layer of at least one intermetallic compound. The intermetallic compound layer is formed in an area 52% or greater of an area of the bonding interface and has a thickness of 0.5 to 3.2 μm.05-26-2011
20110123824BRAZING MATERIAL - A brazing material comprising a substrate metal and a second metal, e.g., an aluminum alloy and zinc alloy, is disclosed. The zinc alloy serves as a temperature depressant to reduce the resulting liquidus point of the resulting mixture substantially below 540° C. such that the resulting alloy may be used in applications where the base metals to be joined require a filler metal with a lower liquidus point. The brazing material may further include a flux, e.g., as a core or coating. The flux shall have an active temperature substantially lower than that of the liquidus point of the brazing material. The brazing material may be delivered in a variety of different forms such as strips, rings, washers, rods, wires, and other such preforms.05-26-2011
20100233508ENERGY BEAM BRAZING OR WELDING OF COMPONENTS - A method for soldering or welding components in a series production wherein: a fixing seam which connects the components (09-16-2010
20130011693METAL COATED STEEL STRIP - A steel strip that has a coating of an Al—Zn—Si alloy that contains 0.3-10 wt. % Mg and 0.005-0.2 wt. % V.01-10-2013
20080248326AI/AIN JOINT MATERIAL, BASE PLATE FOR POWER MODULE, POWER MODULE, AND MANUFACTURING METHOD OF AI/AIN JOINT MATERIAL - A base plate for a power module includes: a metal plate, a ceramic base plate joined to the metal plate, and a release agent provided in a joint surface between the metal plate and the ceramic base plate. A remaining amount of the release agent is less than 5 as an amount of boron measured by fluorescence X-ray analysis, and a crystal grain straining region in the joint surface is equal to or less than 40%, or an amount of crystal grain straining in the joint surface is equal to or less than 0.03%.10-09-2008
20130143070Aluminium Material Which Can Be Exposed To High Temperatures, Is Alloyed With Scandium And Has Improved Extrudability - The present invention relates to the use of a process for producing an aluminium material which can be exposed to high temperatures and is alloyed with scandium. In this process, a precursor material made of an alloy comprising the metals aluminium and scandium is introduced into a vacuum chamber, the precursor material is subjected to vacuum degassing and the precursor material is treated with nitrogen gas. This is followed by final vacuum degassing of the precursor material.06-06-2013
20100279146REFRACTORY METAL TOOL FOR FRICTION STIR WELDING COMPRISING A SHOULDER MADE OF TUNGSTEN, MOLYBDENUM, TANTALUM, NIOBIUM OR HAFNIUM ALLOY AND A COATED OR TREATED SURFACE - A tool for friction stir welding or forming is provided. The tool comprises a shoulder portion (11-04-2010
20130157079System for Repairing Cracks in Structures - A first material with a known maximum temperature of operation is coated with a second material on at Least one surface of the first material. The coating has a melting temperature that is greater than the maximum temperature of operation of the first material. The coating is heated to its melting temperature until the coating flows into any cracks in the first material's surface.06-20-2013
20090186239COMPOSITE MATERIAL FOR BRAZING AND A BRAZED PRODUCT MANUFACTURED USING THE SAME - A composite material for brazing having features of: forming a homogenous distribution of components in the brazing filler material even after brazing; having an excellent workability; offering low manufacturing costs; and having satisfactory corrosion resistivity as desired. The composite material for brazing has a lamination of a brazing filler material layer thereon, wherein the brazing filler material layer is a layer of alloy that includes copper, aluminum, and nickel.07-23-2009
20100285331METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING POWER MODULE SUBSTRATE, POWER MODULE SUBSTRATE, AND POWER MODULE - A method for manufacturing a power module substrate, includes: preparing a ceramics substrate and a metal plate made of pure aluminum; a fusion step in which the ceramics substrate and the metal plate are stacked in layers with a brazing filler metal interposed therebetween, and a fused aluminum layer is formed at an interface between the ceramics substrate and the metal plate by fusing the brazing filler metal which is caused by heating; and a solidifying step in which the fused aluminum layer is solidified by cooling, and a crystal is grown so as to be arranged in a crystal orientation of the metal plate when the fused aluminum layer is solidified.11-11-2010

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