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428117000 Filled honeycomb cells (e.g., solid substance in cavities, etc.) 43
428118000 Hexagonally shaped cavities 18
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20100009117CERAMIC HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE AND ITS PRODUCTION METHOD - A ceramic honeycomb structure comprising a ceramic honeycomb body having cell walls defined by a large number of longitudinally extending cells, and an outer peripheral wall formed on an outer peripheral surface of the ceramic honeycomb body, the outer peripheral wall being formed by coating longitudinally extending grooves defined by cell walls on the outer peripheral surface of the ceramic honeycomb body with a coating material, and the outer peripheral wall having higher hardness in its outer peripheral portion than in its inside portion in a thickness direction.01-14-2010
20100119768Light-weight thermoplastic olefin truss core for laminated panels for use in the transportation and RV industries - A lightweight thermoplastic core, formed from ThermoPlastic Olefin/ThermoPlastic Vulcanite (TPO/TPV) sheet machined. Said sheet is made of a TPO material that contains fillers to enhance strength and improve Coefficient of Linear Expansion (CLTE). The sheet is heated to thermoforming temperature, then formed by pressure-forming or mechanical pressing the desired shape (truss shape), forming a multi-dimensional core.05-13-2010
20100080953Formation of Imprints and Methodology for Strengthening a Surface Bond in a Hybrid Ceramic Matrix Composite Structure - A hybrid ceramic matrix composite structure and method for fabricating such an structure are provided. A ceramic matrix composite substrate 04-01-2010
20120177876Hollow Article With Pillar Structural Members - A hollow article is provided, comprising a first wall and a second wall, where the first and second walls are positioned in opposing relationship and define a space therebetween. A plurality of protruding structural pillars extend from the second wall and span the space, each of the structural pillars having an end surface integrally bonded with an inside surface of the first wall.07-12-2012
20100112279DIFFUSION-TOLERANT DATA MATRIX DESIGNS - Barcode markings such as two-dimensional data matrices, and methods for using them, according to which ceramic or other articles are imprinted with condensed barcode patterns having printed bars or cells of reduced dimensions as compared with the dimensions of the non-printed bars or cells, and with further processing or use of the articles thereafter causing dilation of the condensed bar or cell patterns to provide patterns with printed and non-printed bars or cells of comparable dimensions.05-06-2010
20130078417SEMIFINISHED PRODUCT FOR THE PRODUCTION OF FIBRE COMPOSITE COMPONENTS BASED ON STABLE POLYURETHANE COMPOSITIONS - The invention relates to a semifinished product for the production of fibre composite components, comprising at least two walls of fibre-filled matrix material, which are angled in a meandering manner and are thermally joined to one another to form a symmetrical core structure. The invention addresses the problem of providing a semifinished product which is suitable as a core structure for a fibre composite component in sheet form that has better draping qualities as a result of the not yet cured matrix, but at the same time is sufficiently stable in terms of its shape and composition that it can be easily handled. This problem is solved by using as the matrix material a polyurethane composition which contains as a binder a polymer having functional groups that are reactive with respect isocyanates and contains as a hardener diisocyanate or polyisocyanate that is blocked internally and/or by blocking agents.03-28-2013
20090286042HONEYCOMB SEGMENT - A honeycomb segment containing outer walls and porous partition walls disposed inside the outer walls has a structure where first cells each open in one end portion on one side and plugged in the other end portion on the other side and second cells each plugged in one end portion on one side and open in the other end portion on the other side are alternately disposed, a cross-sectional area of the first cells in a cross section cut along a plane perpendicular to a longitudinal direction of the cells is larger than that of the second cells, and the first cells and the second cells are alternately disposed in a first direction and in a second direction perpendicular to the first direction in the cross section, and the outer walls are linearly formed so as to have a uniform thickness except for corner portions.11-19-2009
20100035019Carbon microtubes - A carbon microtube comprising a hollow, substantially tubular structure having a porous wall, wherein the microtube has a diameter of from about 10 μm to about 150 μm, and a density of less than 20 mg/cm02-11-2010
20130040098BENZOXAZINE STRUCTURES - Embodiments of the invention are directed toward benzoxazine composite structures and the application thereof. In some embodiments, a radome can be constructed from a benzoxazine composite structure. A benzoxazine structure can include a low density core with one or two benzoxazine composite face skins. The benzoxazine face skins can include reinforcement materials to provide structural strength. Such radomes and/or benzoxazine structures can be used in various maritime, aircraft, rocket, missile, and/or automobile applications. In particular, radomes can be used to house communication equipment such as antennas and the like.02-14-2013
20100209661DRYING MAT - A drying mat is described. The drying mat includes layers of a microfiber material and a foam layer. The drying mat may be used as dish mat to absorb water from dishes. The dying mat may be used as a shower or bath mat to absorb water from a bather standing upon the drying mat.08-19-2010
20120263914METHOD OF MAKING POLYMERIC BARRIER COATING TO MITIGATE BINDER MIGRATION IN A DIESEL PARTICULATE FILTER TO REDUCE FILTER PRESSURE DROP AND TEMPERATURE GRADIENTS - Ceramic honeycomb structures and methods to make the same are disclosed. The structures may be comprised of at least two separate smaller ceramic honeycombs that have been coated with a polymer to create a polymeric barrier coating and adhered together with a cement comprised of inorganic fibers and a binding phase which is comprised of amorphous silicate, aluminite or alumino silicate glass and other inorganic particles. The polymer is selected such that it is penetratable into or covering the pores in the honeycomb structure to form a thin barrier layer thereon to mitigate migration of the inorganic fibers, binding phase and water into the pores. The polymer is adapted to be burned off or decomposed at or below cement and honeycomb skin firing temperatures, or at or below honeycomb operating temperatures during application to create a honeycomb structure that, when formed into an exhaust filter, does not have any undesired pressure drop increase due to cement migration.10-18-2012
20090155528SILICON CARBIDE-BASED POROUS BODY - There is provided a silicon carbide-based porous body which can avoid excessive temperature elevation when it is used as a filter and the captured particulate matter (PM) is burnt for removal and which is low in strength reduction caused by heat cycle. The silicon carbide-based porous body comprises a plurality of silicon carbide (SiC) particles as an aggregate and a plurality of binding phases which bind the silicon carbide particles to each other, wherein 06-18-2009
20090155524COMPOSITE PANEL AND METHOD OF MANUFACTURING THE SAME - A method of manufacturing a composite panel is described. The method includes pre-stabilizing a honeycomb core with at least one layer of a pre-stabilizing material, surrounding the honeycomb core with at least one composite laminate skin layer, and curing the at least one composite laminate skin layer.06-18-2009
20090155527SILICON CARBIDE-BASED POROUS BODY - A silicon carbide-based porous body comprising a plurality of silicon carbide (SiC) particles as an aggregate and a binder which binds the silicon carbide particles to each other, wherein 06-18-2009
20090155526HONEYCOMB HAVING A HIGH COMPRESSION STRENGTH AND ARTICLES MADE FROM SAME - High compression strength honeycomb is made from polymer paper containing 5 to 35 parts by volume solid material and 65 to 95 parts by volume voids having a normalized peak load at bend equal or greater than 0.33 mgf/(g/m2)̂3 and a Gurley air resistance equal or greater than 50 seconds/100 ml06-18-2009
20090155525Passivation-Free Coating Process For A CSF - An emission treatment system and method for simultaneously remediating the nitrogen oxides (NOx), particulate matter, and gaseous hydrocarbons present in diesel engine exhaust streams. The emission treatment system includes a catalyzed soot filter comprising a wall flow monolith and a catalyst comprising support particles. The wall flow monolith may be washcoated with a slurry comprising catalytic support particles without applying a passivation layer to the wall flow monolith.06-18-2009
20130045355POROUS POLYIMIDE MEMBRANE AND PROCESS FOR PRODUCTION THEREOF - A porous polyimide film having a three-layer structure that comprises two surface layers (a) and (b) and a macrovoid layer sandwiched between the surfaces layers (a) and (b). The macrovoid layer has a partition wall bonding to the surface layers (a) and (b), and multiple macrovoids each surrounded by the partition wall and the surface layers (a) and (b) and having a mean pore size in the film plane direction of from 10 to 500 μm. The partition wall of the macrovoid layer has a thickness of from 0.1 to 50 μm and has multiple pores having a mean pore size of from 0.01 to 50 μm. The surface layers (a) and (b) each have a thickness of from 0.1 to 50 μm, at least one of the surface layers has multiple pores having a mean pore size of from more than 5 μm to 200 μm, and the other surface layer has multiple pores having a mean pore size of from 0.01 to 200 μm. The pores in the partition wall of the macrovoid layer as well as in the surface layers (a) and (b) communicate with each other and further communicate with the macrovoids. The film has a total thickness of from 5 to 500 μm and a porosity of from 60 to 95%.02-21-2013
20100047515Honeycomb Core Having a High Compression Strength and Articles Made from the Same - This invention is directed to a honeycomb core structure having a high compression modulus. The core structure comprises (a) a plurality of interconnected walls having surfaces which define a plurality of honeycomb cells, wherein the cell walls are formed from a nonwoven sheet and (b) a cured resin in an amount such that the weight of cured resin as a percentage of combined weight of cured resin and nonwoven sheet is at least 62 percent. The nonwoven sheet further comprises fibers having a modulus of at least 200 grams per denier (180 grams per dtex) and a tenacity of at least 10 grams per denier (9 grams per dtex) wherein, prior to impregnating with the resin, the nonwoven sheet has an apparent density calculated from the equation Dp=K×((dr×(100−% r)/% r)/(1+dr/ds×(100−% r)/% r), where Dp is the apparent density of the sheet before impregnation, dr is the density of cured resin, ds is the density of solid material in the sheet before impregnation, % r is the cured resin content in the final core structure in weight %, K is a number with a value from 1.0 to 1.5. Further, the Gurley porosity of the nonwoven sheet before impregnation with the resin is no greater than 30 seconds per 100 milliliters. The invention is also directed to composite structures incorporating such folded core.02-25-2010
20080318000SANDWICH PANEL - There is provided a lightweight sandwich panel of exceptional utility, which satisfies the flexural strength and in-plane shear strength requirements for an inner wall material used in aircraft. The sandwich panel comprises a laminating material in which a plurality of fiber bodies_is laminated, and a surface material, the laminating material and the surface material being laminated in the stated order from the inside to the outside on the upper and lower surfaces of a hollow columnar core. The laminating material comprises at least four unidirectional fiber bodies each of which has fibers aligned in a uniform direction and is laminated so that each of the fiber directions thereof is at approximately 0 , +45°, −45°, and 90°, respectively, in relation to one edge of the sandwich panel. The unidirectional fiber bodies are stitched together using a stitching yarn.12-25-2008
20120164373FIRE-RETARDANT COMPOSITE MATERIALS - A prepreg for the manufacture of a fibre-reinforced composite material, the prepreg including: 06-28-2012
20130029088HONEYCOMB CATALYST CARRIER - There is provided a honeycomb catalyst carrier provided with porous partition walls containing cordierite or aluminum titanate as a main component and separating and forming a plurality of cells functioning as fluid passages. The partition walls have a porosity of 0.5% or more and 10% or less. The honeycomb catalyst carrier can be warmed up fast, and the temperature of the catalyst loaded on the honeycomb catalyst carrier can be raised faster.01-31-2013
20090011176Honeycomb structure and method of manufacturing the same - A tubular honeycomb structure 01-08-2009
20130052405FABRICATION TECHNIQUES TO ENHANCE PRESSURE UNIFORMITY IN ANODICALLY BONDED VAPOR CELLS - A method of fabricating one or more vapor cells comprises forming one or more vapor cell dies in a first wafer having a first diameter, and anodically bonding a second wafer to a first side of the first wafer over the vapor cell dies, the second wafer having a second diameter. A third wafer is positioned over the vapor cell dies on a second side of the first wafer opposite from the second wafer, with the third wafer having a third diameter. A sacrificial wafer is placed over the third wafer, with the sacrificial wafer having a diameter that is larger than the first, second and third diameters. A metallized bond plate is located over the sacrificial wafer. The third wafer is anodically bonded to the second side of the first wafer when a voltage is applied to the metallized bond plate while the sacrificial wafer is in place.02-28-2013
20090304988HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE - A honeycomb structure has a plurality of honeycomb segments each including porous partition walls that define a plurality of cells communicating with two end surfaces and an outer wall that surrounds the partition walls. The honeycomb segments are combined in a direction perpendicular to the axial directions of the honeycomb segments, and the outer walls of the honeycomb segments are integrally joined by a joint material. The outer wall of each honeycomb segment has corners. A cell in contact with the inner surface of a portion of the outer wall having one of the corners is defined by a plurality of sides including two sides formed by the inner surface and two sides each having one end in contact with the inner surface. An angle θa of the corner formed by the two sides each having the one end in contact with the inner surface is 100 to 150°.12-10-2009
20090304987METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR MANUFACTURING THERMOFORMED COMPONENTS COMPRISING A CORE BETWEEN CONTINUOUS FILMS - Method and apparatus are described for making e.g. panels by thermoforming outer films (12-10-2009
20130071608HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE - There is provided a honeycomb structure 03-21-2013
20090092786Fibrous aluminum titanate substrates and methods of forming the same - A porous fibrous honeycomb substrate having an aluminum titanate composition and methods of producing the same are provided herein. Precursors of aluminum titanate are provided in an extrudable mixture that includes fiber materials to form a green honeycomb substrate. When cured, the precursors of aluminum titanate form an aluminum titanate composition, with the fiber materials defining the porous microstructure. Various composite structures including aluminum titanate are provided to form a porous honeycomb substrate that can be configured to be filtration media and/or a catalytic host.04-09-2009
20130059113Structures For Preventing Microorganism Attachment - Methods of making and using substrates having raised structures to inhibit adhesion of microorganisms are described.03-07-2013
20090269547REPAIR OF HONEYCOMB STRUCTURES - A process for the repair of a honeycomb structure which comprises a honeycomb bonded to at least one surface layer wherein a replacement for a damaged piece of the structure is bonded to the honeycomb structure by means of a foamable adhesive material.10-29-2009
20130164494AMMONIA OXIDATION CATALYSTS - Ammonia oxidation catalyst units comprising a pair of honeycomb-type blocks having interplaced between them a layer of a gas permeable material performing the function of radially mixing the gas flow, said blocks comprising an ammonia oxidation catalysts, and having height of less than 15 cm and the interplaced layer height of 3 to 0.5 cm.06-27-2013
20090246454HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE - A precise exhaust gas control can be achieved without being influenced by fluctuations of the excess air ratio (λ) between cylinders of engines or the size of the diameter (the sectional area) of the honeycomb structure. The honeycomb structure is formed by a plurality of cells separated from one another by porous partition walls and functioning as fluid flow paths, the honeycomb structure includes: a sensor plug-in hole 10-01-2009
20110020595METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING A CORE COMPOSITE PROVIDED WITH COVER LAYERS ON BOTH SIDES AS WELL AS A CORE COMPOSITE - The invention relates to a method for manufacturing a core composite (01-27-2011
20090239030CEMENT TO MAKE THERMAL SHOCK RESISTANT CERAMIC HONEYCOMB STRUCTURES AND METHOD TO MAKE THEM - A ceramic honeycomb structure comprised of at least two separate smaller ceramic honeycombs that have been adhered together by a cement comprised of inorganic fibers and a binding phase wherein the smaller honeycombs and fibers are bonded together by the binding phase which is comprised of an amorphous silicate, aluminate or alumino-silicate glass and the cement has at most about 5% by volume of other inorganic particles. The cement may be made in the absence of other inorganic and organic additives while achieving a shear thinning cement, for example, by mixing oppositely charged inorganic binders in water together so as to make a useful cement for applying to the smaller honeycombs to be cemented.09-24-2009
20090239028HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE - A honeycomb structure includes a plurality of honeycomb fired bodies each having cells. The honeycomb fired bodies include a center-portion honeycomb fired body and a peripheral-portion honeycomb fired body. An area of the center-portion honeycomb fired body is at least about 900 mm09-24-2009
20090239031PLUGGED HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE - There is provided a honeycomb structure including: porous partition walls separating and forming a plurality of cells extending between two end faces, and an outer peripheral wall formed unitarily with the partition walls. The cells include outermost peripheral portion partial cells each locating in an outermost peripheral portion of the honeycomb structure and having an incomplete cell cross section, a part of which is brought into contact with the outer peripheral wall, and complete cells each having a complete cell cross section other than the outermost peripheral portion partial cells. The complete cells and the outermost peripheral portion partial cells having plugging portions formed on one end portion so that an entire end face of the honeycomb structure shows a checkerwise plugging pattern, and the depth of the plugging portions in the outermost peripheral partial cells is smaller than that of the plugging portions in the complete cells.09-24-2009
20090263622REPAIR OF COMPOSITE SANDWICH STRUCTURES WITH UNEVEN BOND SURFACES - A method of restoring a section of a component having a honeycomb bonded to a skin includes the steps of separating a first honeycomb from the skin, wherein the honeycomb includes an uneven surface. At least a portion of the uneven surface is removed to form a bonding surface on the skin. A conformable layer is bonded to the uneven surface. Then a replacement honeycomb is then bonded to the conformable layer.10-22-2009
20090011179POROUS SILICON CARBIDE AND PROCESS FOR PRODUCING THE SAME - A silicon carbide porous object includes silicon carbide as an aggregate and metal silicon as a binder, the particles of silicon carbide being bonded to one another so as to have pores thereamong. A method for producing a silicon carbide porous object includes: firing raw materials formed by mixing silicon carbide and metal silicon with metal aluminum or an alloy including metal silicon and metal aluminum in an inert gas atmosphere or a reduced-pressure atmosphere to produce a metal aluminum-metal silicon-silicon carbide porous object; and oxidizing and firing the metal aluminum-metal silicon-silicon carbide porous object in an oxygen atmosphere.01-08-2009
20090011178HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE AND BONDING MATERIAL TO BE USED FOR SAME - There is disclosed a honeycomb structure 01-08-2009
20100086730METHOD TO CONNECT BAFFLE & INTERNAL STRUCTURE TO THE OUTER-SHELL OF SLEEPING BAG, INSULATED JACKET AND TENT - A waterproof, insulated multi-layer fabric structure is described, including a first and second layer to bound an interior volume. A baffle layer is located in the bounded volume and undulates between the first layer and second layer. The baffle layer is directly attached to the first layer. Adhesive tape portions are attached to the second layer to eliminate the need of stitching through the second layer, improving the structure's waterproof qualities. The baffle layer is attached to the adhesive tape portions which extend from the second layer. A method for manufacturing the multi-layer structure is also described.04-08-2010
20100086731HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE AND METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING THE SAME - A honeycomb structure 04-08-2010
20130011603STRUCTURE AND PRODUCTION METHOD THEREFOR - A structure including a substrate and a coating material. The substrate includes a plurality of voids and a surface on which at least the plurality of voids are formed, and is formed such that a void ratio of the plurality of voids decreases one of 2-dimensionally and 3-dimensionally from an inner side of the substrate toward an outer side thereof. The coating material is formed on the surface of the substrate.01-10-2013
20090098334CORRUGATED HONEYCOMB CARDBOARD MACHINE - The invention relates to a machine for producing corrugated honeycomb cardboard, the machine comprising a block supplying device for supplying blocks of corrugated cardboard along a direction of conveyance, a cutting device for cutting strips from a block of corrugated cardboard, a gluing device for applying glue to at least one side of the strips, a corrugated-cardboard-strip turning device for changing the spatial orientation of the strips, and a joining device for adhesively joining the strips together to form corrugated honeycomb cardboard.04-16-2009
20110281063HONEYCOMB CORE BASED ON CARBON FIBER PAPER AND ARTICLES MADE FROM SAME - This invention relates to a honeycomb core made from paper comprising 20-85 weight percent of carbon fiber floc. The carbon fibers have a non-round cross sectional aspect ratio of at least 1.5:1. The paper has a fiber volume fraction of at least 35%. The arithmetic mean length of the carbon fibers is at least 0.5 mm. and a length weighted mean length of at least 0.9 mm.11-17-2011
20110300329AIRFLOW PAD - An airflow pad is disclosed that includes first and second external facings of paper material extending between edge portions of the panel and having interior portions disposed remotely from the edge portions. A low-density core of paper material disposed between and associating the external facings to provide stiffness to the panel. The pad defines a network of channels open at least one of the edge portions and at the interior portion of the first facing allowing airflow therebetween.12-08-2011
20110293883Cordierite Porous Ceramic Honeycomb Articles - Porous ceramic honeycomb articles for use as particulate filters and processes for making the same are described herein. The porous ceramic honeycomb articles include a fired cordierite body. The fired cordierite body has a microcrack parameter (Nb12-01-2011
20110293882CORDIERITE COMPOSITIONS FOR IMPROVED EXTRUSION PROCESS QUALITY - A green ceramic composition and a green ceramic body. The green composition and the body formed therefrom have sufficiently high wet strength to prevent formation of defects due to differential flow. The composition does not include calcined clays and comprises hydrated clays, cordierite precursors such as alumina, talc, and silica, and at least one binder. The binder can be present at a level that ranges from 3 wt % up to 10 wt %. A method of making a cordierite green body is also described.12-01-2011
20100143645DRYING MAT - A drying mat is described. The drying mat includes layers of a microfiber material and a foam layer. The drying mat may be used as dish mat to absorb water from dishes. The drying mat may be used as a shower or bath mat to absorb water from a bather standing upon the drying mat.06-10-2010
20100035020HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE - Disclosed is a honeycomb structure capable of preventing the generation of cracks in buffer portions and preventing the honeycomb structure from being divided when an operation (regeneration) of burning collected particulate matters is repeated. A honeycomb structure 02-11-2010
20090186187PHOTOSENSITIVE PASTE COMPOSITION, BARRIER RIBS PREPARED USING THE COMPOSITION AND PLASMA DISPLAY PANEL COMPRISING THE BARRIER RIBS - A photosensitive paste composition includes: a fluoride sol dispersed in an organic material; and an inorganic material, wherein an average refractive index of the fluoride sol N07-23-2009
20090098333HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE AND METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING THE HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE - A honeycomb structure includes honeycomb fired bodies having cell walls extending along the longitudinal direction to define a plurality of cells, and an outer wall at the outermost peripheral face. The fired bodies are connected at the outer wall by an adhesive layer. The cell wall has a thickness of at least about 0.15 mm and at most about 0.30 mm. A thickness of a border wall is at least about 5 times greater and at most about 20 times greater than the thickness of the cell wall. The border wall includes the adhesive layer, and first and second outer walls which are connected to each other. The catalyst permeation preventive region is provided in the outer wall or between the outer wall and the adhesive layer. The catalyst permeation preventive region includes at least one of a water repellent material, a cation exchanger and water absorbing material.04-16-2009
20110262690COMPOSITION FOR EXTRUSION-MOLDED BODIES - A composition for extrusion-molded bodies which comprises 10-27-2011
20080241465CATALYST CARRIER - A catalyst carrier includes a honeycomb structure where cells extending in a longitudinal direction are divided by cell walls; and a coating layer provided at a peripheral part of the honeycomb structure. The honeycomb structure and the coating layer contain at least one of inorganic fibers and whiskers. At least one of the inorganic fiber and whisker contained in the honeycomb structure is oriented mainly in a first direction. At least one of the inorganic fiber and whisker contained in the coating layer is oriented mainly in a second direction. The first direction and the second direction cross at substantially right angles to each other.10-02-2008
20090162605Papers containing floc derived from diamino diphenyl sulfone - This invention relates to papers made with floc containing a polymer or copolymer derived from a monomer selected from the group consisting of 4,4′diaminodiphenyl sulfone, 3,3′diaminodiphenyl sulfone, and mixtures thereof. Such papers have higher elongation-at-break and work-to-break (toughness) properties and exhibit less shrinkage at high temperatures than papers made with solely with poly (metaphenylene isophthalamide) floc.06-25-2009
20100112280COATING MATERIAL FOR HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE - There is provided a coating material for a honeycomb structure, the coating material including inorganic particles or organic particles having D90/D10 of 5 to 50 with D10 of 50 μm or less and D90 of 4 μm or more (wherein D10 and D90 are values of 10% diameter and 90% diameter, respectively, in volume-based integrated fraction of a particle diameter distribution measured by a laser diffraction/scattering method from the smaller particle diameter side).05-06-2010
20100266808PROCESS FOR MANUFACTURING A PANEL COMPRISING AT LEAST ONE HONEYCOMB BODY AND A FIRST SKIN MADE FROM A COMPOSITE MATERIAL - The invention relates to a process for manufacturing a sandwich panel comprising a step to bake a stacked structure (10-21-2010
20110171421FUSED GRAINS OF OXIDES COMPRISING AL, TI AND MG AND CERAMIC PRODUCTS COMPRISING SUCH GRAINS - The invention relates to a mixture of fused grains mainly comprising or composed of an oxide phase of pseudo-brookite type and comprising titanium, aluminum and magnesium, said fused grains having the following chemical composition, in weight percentages on the basis of the oxides: less than 55% of Al07-14-2011
20080260991CATALYST SUPPORTING HONEYCOMB AND METHOD OF MANUFACTURING THE SAME - A catalyst supporting honeycomb including a pillar-shaped honeycomb structure having a plurality of cells formed in parallel with one another in a longitudinal direction with a cell wall interposed therebetween, and catalyst particles supported on the honeycomb structure. The catalyst particles include an oxide catalyst, an average particle diameter of which is at least about 0.05 μm and at most about 1.00 μm.10-23-2008
20080248237Honeycomb Material from Thermofusible Material - The invention relates to a honeycomb material. The material is comprised of sections of a thermofusible textile material and the sections are welded together in such a manner as to define cells.10-09-2008
20110151181Fiber Enhanced Porous Substrate - A porous honeycomb substrate having about 10% to about 60% by volume ceramic fiber is fabricated in a variety of material compositions. The fiber material is combined with particle-based materials to reaction-form composite structures forming a porous matrix. The porous honeycomb substrate exhibits an open pore network of porosity from the fiber component to provide high permeability for various applications such as filtration and catalytic hosting of chemical processes.06-23-2011
20100086729MULTIFUNCTIONAL RADIATION-HARDENED LAMINATE - A multifunctional composite having high strength, low weight, low distortion, low CTE, impact resistance, and multi-faceted radiation protection.04-08-2010
20110171420AIR CUSHION PAD - An air cushion pad includes at least two sheet members, which are made of resilient materials. Each sheet member forms a plurality of hollow tubes projecting therefrom and the tubes are connected to each other by a substantially flat plate. The tubes of one sheet member and the tubes of the other sheet member are alternately fit to each other in an opposing manner to form the air cushion pad. When an external impact force is applied in a top down manner, the air cushion pad absorbs the impact force and undergoes sideways deformation so as to convert the impact force into a transverse to thereby realize shock absorption and eliminate damage caused by downward action of the impact force to provide the function of protection.07-14-2011
20090252920COMPOSITE PANELS HAVING IMPROVED FLUID IMPERMEABILITY - A prepreg composite material that includes a fiber layer and a resin comprising a thermoset resin component, a curing agent and a fibrous micropulp. The micropulp component is an aramid fiber having a volume average length of from 0.01 to 100 micrometers. The prepreg is useful in composite panel construction for minimizing fluid permeation into the cured structure. This prepreg is particularly suitable for making honeycomb sandwich panels. Film adhesives, liquid and paste resins containing aramid fiber micropulp are also disclosed.10-08-2009
20090263621POROUS ORGANIC-INORGANIC HYBRID MATERIALS AND ADSORBENT COMPRISING THE SAME - The present invention relates to an adsorbent using the porous organic-inorganic hybrid material(s) containing iron having a large surface area and a high pore volume, in particular, a water adsorbent. Also, it relates to an adsorbent that can be used in humidifiers, dehumidifiers, coolers/heaters, a refrigerating machine or an air conditioner, etc., which can easily absorb or desorb at 100° C. and below, and has a great adsorption amount per weight of the adsorbent.10-22-2009
20090263620COMPOSITE BOARD WITH OPEN HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE - A reinforcing core structure for a composite panel includes a body having a plurality of generally parallel, alternating ridges and grooves, in which walls extending between the ridges and grooves have a corrugated surface. The resulting core structure has an open honeycomb geometry that may be employed in various applications to provide a composite panel exhibiting an exceptional strength to weight ratio. In accordance with certain preferred embodiments, the panels may comprise reinforcing core structures fabricated from fibrous bodies containing a binder material to provide inexpensive structural members exhibiting excellent mechanical properties.10-22-2009
20100098903Honeycomb Structure - There is provided a honeycomb structure in which filtration efficiency of particulate matters (PM) in the exhaust gas is high, initial pressure loss is low and increase in pressure loss in accompanied with the trapping of PMs is suppressed.04-22-2010
20110200786COMPOSITE HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE - Adjoining edges of adjacent honeycomb core panel sections are mechanically interlocked. In one embodiment, the method includes forming a first edge along a first cellular core panel section. The first edge includes a first plurality of edge cell walls along the first edge. The method further includes forming a second edge along a second cellular core panel section, wherein the second edge includes a second plurality of edge cell walls along the second edge. The first edge is positioned proximate to the second edge. At least a portion of at least one of the first plurality of edge cell walls is mechanically interlocked with at least a portion of at least one of the second plurality of edge cell walls to form a joint therebetween. The invention also includes a composite structure at least partially produced by such a method.08-18-2011
20090239029HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE - Provided is a honeycomb structure that is divided by a porous partition wall 09-24-2009
20090274866CERAMIC ARTICLE AND METHOD FOR MAKING IT - Extruded ceramic bodies such as extruded honeycomb bodies formed of plasticized ceramic powder pastes made from paste batches comprising one or a combination of ceramic powders together with a water vehicle and a cellulose ether binder, wherein a high-molecular-weight polymeric dispersant is incorporated in the batches to reduce batch mixing torque and extrusion pressure while maintaining the stiffness and mechanical durability of the extrusions.11-05-2009
20100151185CERAMIC HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE AND ITS PRODUCTION METHOD - A method for producing a ceramic honeycomb structure comprising a ceramic honeycomb body comprising large numbers of axially extending cells defined by cell walls, and an outer peripheral wall formed on an outer peripheral surface of the ceramic honeycomb body, comprising the steps of applying a coating material comprising elongated colloidal silica particles to the outer peripheral surface, and drying the coating material to form the outer peripheral wall.06-17-2010
20090286040Impact Resistant Core - Impact resistant cores and methods of manufacturing such impact resistant cores are provided. Additionally, components made using the impact resistant cores are provided. A particular impact resistant core includes a composite structure of at least one non-woven sheet including poly p-phenylene-2,6-benzobisoxazole fiber and a binding resin.11-19-2009
20090286041Cement Compositions For Applying To Honeycomb Bodies - Disclosed are cement compositions for applying to honeycomb bodies as a plugging cement composition, segment cement, or even as an after-applied artificial skin or coating. The cement compositions generally comprise an inorganic powder batch mixture; an organic binder; a liquid vehicle; and a gelled inorganic binder. Also disclosed are honeycomb bodies having the disclosed cement compositions applied thereto, and methods for making same.11-19-2009
20090291253HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE - A honeycomb structure includes at least one honeycomb unit. The at least one honeycomb unit has a longitudinal direction and includes zeolite and an inorganic binder. A content of the zeolite per apparent unit volume of the at least one honeycomb unit is about 230 g/L or greater. The at least one honeycomb includes plural cell walls extending from one end face to another end face along the longitudinal direction to define plural cell walls. A porosity of substantially all pores in the cell walls is about 40% or less. A porosity of pores having diameters in a range of about 0.005 μm through about 0.02 μm in the cell walls is about 5% or greater. A porosity of pores having diameters in a range of about 0.05 μm through about 0.2 μm in the cell walls is about 17.5% or greater.11-26-2009
20090291255HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE - A honeycomb structure includes at least one honeycomb unit. The at least one honeycomb unit has cell walls extending from one end face to another end face of the at least one honeycomb unit along a longitudinal direction of the at least one honeycomb unit to define cells. The at least one honeycomb unit includes zeolite, inorganic particles, and inorganic binder. The zeolite includes a hydroxyl group. The inorganic particles includes a hydroxyl group. A hydroxyl group content in the inorganic particles is greater than a hydroxyl group content in the zeolite.11-26-2009
20090291254HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE - A honeycomb structure includes at least one honeycomb unit. The at least one honeycomb unit has a longitudinal direction and includes plural cell walls extending from one end face to another end face along the longitudinal direction to define plural cells. The at least one honeycomb unit includes inorganic particles, an inorganic binder, and inorganic fibers. A degree of orientation of the inorganic fibers in an a-axis direction parallel to the longitudinal direction is about 0.5 or less.11-26-2009
20110200785COMPOSITE SHEET HAVING A CORE HAVING END WALLS AND A MAT WITH FIBERS - This invention relates to a composite sheet and a method of making a composite sheet. A core having end walls is provided. Continuous fibers or a continuous fiber mat is secured to the core such that the continuous fibers align with the end walls of the core. Various manufacturing methods are disclosed.08-18-2011
20090041975BONDED ELEMENT, HONEYCOMB SEGMENT BONDED ELEMENT, AND HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE USING THE SAME - There is disclosed a bonded element manufactured from a bonding material composition being capable of contributing to the lowering of thermal expansion of a bonding material layer sufficiently to relax any thermal stress generated in a honeycomb structure and largely inhibiting the cracking of the resultant honeycomb structure as well. In a bonded element in which two or more objects to be bonded are integrated via a bonding material layer, the bonding material layer having a Young's modulus of 20% or less of that of the objects to be bonded and having an average linear thermal expansion coefficient of 70% or less of that of the objects to be bonded, the bonding material layer being prepared from a bonding material composition composed mainly of fillers and a matrix in which fillers having an average linear thermal expansion coefficient of 2.0×1002-12-2009
20110206894Crash Energy Absorbing Furniture Top - Crash energy absorbing furniture top with a top skin, a bottom skin and an energy absorbing material disposed between the top and bottom skin is disclosed. The crash energy absorbing material may be disposed between the top skin and the bottom skin, the crash energy absorbing material being bonded to the top skin in a substantially regular pattern of bonded areas. The energy absorbing furniture top absorbs energy by deforming when an individual collides with the energy absorbing furniture top. The deforming of the crash energy absorbing furniture top reduces the risk of injury to the individual in a collision.08-25-2011
20130216768SILICON CARBIDE CERAMIC AND HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE - Provided is a silicon carbide ceramic having a small amount of resistivity change due to temperature change and being capable of generating heat by current application; and containing silicon carbide crystals having 0.1 to 25 mass % of 4H—SiC silicon carbide crystals and 50 to 99.9 mass % of 6H—SiC silicon carbide crystals, preferably having a nitrogen content of 0.01 mass % or less, more preferably containing two or more kinds of silicon carbide particles containing silicon carbide crystals and silicon for binding these silicon carbide particles to each other and having a silicon content of from 10 to 40 mass %.08-22-2013
20090169805POROUS FIRED BODY AND MANUFACTURING METHOD THEREOF - A porous fired body including a structure that aggregates are bonded by a bonding material, wherein the aggregates include oxide particles having a larger thermal capacity per unit volume than an SiC particle and SiC, the bonding material includes metallic Si, volume ratio of the metallic Si in the whole porous fired body is between 8 and 43% by volume, volume ratio of the particles of the oxide in the whole aggregates is between 14 and 55% by volume, the SiC particles and the oxide particles respectively include one or more particle groups, and an average particle size of each particle group is within a range of between 5 and 100 μm.07-02-2009
20100129598OPTICAL FILM - An optical film includes a number of phosphor layers. The phosphor layers are stacked together, and each of the phosphor layers is excited by an exciting light source and respectively emits a secondary light beam. The secondary light beams emitted by the phosphor layers are in different wavelength ranges.05-27-2010
20080241468Method of providing marking on a ceramic structure with a chemically reactive ink - A method is provided for marking a ceramic structure by applying a substance, such as an ink, onto a surface of a ceramic-forming green body structure, wherein the substance has an agent that chemically reacts with an ingredient of the green body structure during firing of the green body to produce a contrasting mark on the resulting ceramic structure. An ink containing an agent that chemically reacts with an ingredient of the green body structure is also provided. A ceramic article having a mark that includes a metal-containing compound is also provided.10-02-2008
20080241467MIXED PARTICLES AND HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE FOR GAS CONVERSION APPARATUS - Mixed particles including noble metal particles of a noble metal, first particles of one or more metal oxides, and second particles of a metal oxide. The first particles of one or more metal oxides are selected from Al10-02-2008
20080241466METHOD OF PRODUCING HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE AND HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE - A method of producing a honeycomb structure includes a step of forming a ceramic block by bonding a plurality of honeycomb units that have a plurality of cells partitioned by cell walls using a bonding layer, or steps of forming a ceramic block of a single honeycomb unit and providing a coating layer on an outer peripheral portion of the ceramic block. The bonding layer or coating layer is provided as a paste of a bonding material or a coating material including particles of a foaming material having a diameter in a range of approximately 1 μm to approximately 50 μm. The method further includes a step of blowing up the foaming material, and a step of evaporating the foaming material and forming bubble marks having a diameter in a range of approximately 100 μm to approximately 300 μm.10-02-2008
20080233347Structural Element, Especially Laminated Panel and Process for the Manufacturing of Such Structural Element - The invention relates to a structural element that has a layer containing cells bordered by stiff lamellas (09-25-2008
20080286524Method of manufacturing porous product, porous product and honeycomb structure - A sintering aid for promoting sintering of ceramic particles and fine particles that are the same materials as ceramic particles and have smaller average particle diameter are mixed to obtain a puddle. The average particle diameter of ceramic particles is preferably about in a range of 5 to 100 μm; the average particle diameter of the fine particles is preferably about in a range of 0.1 to 1.0 μm, and the average particle diameter of the sintering aid is preferably about in a range of 0.1 to 10 μm. As the sintering aid, for example, alumina is used. This puddle is extrusion molded into a honeycomb shape and the molded object is fired at a firing temperature lower than a temperature for sintering without mixing a sintering aid. The thermal conductivity of the obtained honeycomb structure 11-20-2008
20080286523HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE AND METHOD OF MANUFACTURING THE HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE - A honeycomb structure includes a ceramic block formed by bonding a plurality of pillar-shaped honeycomb fired bodies by interposing an adhesive layer therebetween, and a sealing material layer provided on the periphery of the ceramic block. Each of the honeycomb fired bodies has a large number of cells disposed in parallel with one another in a longitudinal direction with a cell wall therebetween. The adhesive layer and the sealing material layer are integrally formed with substantially no interface to divide the two layers.11-20-2008
20100136285POLYURETHANE SYSTEMS FOR PRODUCTION OF POLYURETHANE SANDWICH COMPONENTS - The present invention relates to the use of a polyurethane system, comprising (a) polyisocyanates, (b) at least one compound reactive with isocyanate, (c) at least one reactive chain extender having at least two groups reactive toward isocyanates, where at least one group reactive toward isocyanates is a free, primary NH06-03-2010
20080292843HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE, METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE AND EXHAUST GAS PURIFYING DEVICE - A honeycomb structure is a pillar-shaped honeycomb structure in which a plurality of cells, separated from each other by a cell wall, are formed in a longitudinal direction. When the honeycomb structure is divided into two portions by a plane in parallel with either one of end faces in the longitudinal direction of the honeycomb structure so that apparent volumes of the respective two portions become equal to each other, the respective two portions have apparent densities different from each other.11-27-2008
20110268916Double Skin Composite Hybrid Structural Insulated Panel - The invention is a structural insulated panel that can be utilized as a building panel. The structural insulated panel has a two part skin system, comprising a semi-flexible or rigid FRP laminate that is adhered to a thicker and usually more rigid material such as cement board or magnesium oxide board. The double skin is adhered to one or both sides of a core material that can comprise one or more plastic foams, natural materials, honeycomb, paper, plastic and aluminum.11-03-2011
20080311340HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE AND PRODUCTION METHOD THEREOF - A honeycomb structure excellent in thermal dispersibility upon heating and being protected from damage due to thermal stress, and an efficient method for manufacturing the honeycomb structure. The structure is provided with porous partition walls, functioning as a filtration layer, through which exhaust gas flowing into the cells can flow out, and plugging portions. Additional plugging portions are further disposed in the open end portions to which the plugging portions are not disposed (unplugged open end portions) not so as to plug unplugged open end portions. Each cross-sectional shape of additional plugging portions in a direction perpendicular to the axial direction forms a predetermined pattern shape as a whole, and a barycenter of the pattern shape is located in almost the center of a cross section of a flow of the exhaust gas in a direction perpendicular to the axial direction.12-18-2008
20080248236Cellular Confinement System - The present invention discloses cellular confinement systems (CCSs) with improved friction with infill at low normal pressure. The invention especially presents novel flaps-containing CCS that includes inter alia a plurality of elongated strips arranged in a side by side pattern, each of the strip is segmentally bonded to an adjacent strip in spaced-apart bonding areas, said bonding areas alternating between the sides of each of said strips, such that when the system is stretched across its width, the strips curl to form a web of cells confined by cell walls disposed between the bonding areas, wherein at least one of the cell walls comprises at least one flap hinged to the wall and friction between the walls and the infill material increases.10-09-2008
20110206895CARBON FIBER LAMINATE SKI OR SNOWBOARD WITH METAL RIB CORE DAMPENING SYSTEM - A ski or snowboard may be constructed of an elongate body having a front end and a rear end. The body further includes a core with a top side and a bottom side. At least one layer of carbon fiber is laminated to the core at the top side and the bottom side. Also, at least one metal rib extends along the core, with the metal rib being sandwiched between the layers of carbon fiber.08-25-2011
20120141726Thermoplastic Composite Window Panel for Aircraft Applications - An aircraft trim panel structure includes a thermoplastic resinated quadraxial fiberglass lay-up prepreg first open structure skin layer having at least a 28% open area. A thermoplastic resinated quadraxial fiberglass lay-up prepreg second open structure skin layer has at least a 28% open area. An open structure core layer having at least a 28% open area is sandwiched between the first open structure skin layer and the second open structure skin layer. The first open structure skin layer, the second open structure skin layer and the open structure core layer are formed into a three dimensional shape corresponding to the aircraft trim panel.06-07-2012
20090297765Method Of Applying A Cement Mixture To A Honeycomb Body - A method of applying a cement mixture to an exposed matrix of intersecting walls of a honeycomb body is disclosed. The method may include the steps of providing an applicator, feeding the cement mixture into applicator, forcing the cement mixture to exit the applicator with a substantially uniform velocity, while depositing the cement mixture on the exposed matrix of the honeycomb body.12-03-2009
20090297763COMPOSITE PANEL - A door panel 12-03-2009
20090297762Flow-Through Sorbent Comprising A Metal Sulfide - A flow-through sorbent comprising at least 30 wt % of a metal sulfide, and a binder. The sorbent may be used, for example, for the removal of a contaminant, such as mercury, from a fluid stream.12-03-2009
20090297764Stablized Low-Microcracked Ceramic Honeycombs And Methods Thereof - Disclosed are stabilized, high-porosity cordierite honeycomb substrates having little or no microcracking, and a high thermal shock resistance. The porous ceramic honeycomb substrates generally comprise a primary cordierite ceramic phase as defined herein. Also disclosed are methods for making and using the cordierite substrates.12-03-2009
20090142540Process for passivating porous ceramic articles and an article made therefrom - A method for passivating a porous ceramic article containing microcracks including filling the microcracks with a liquid, such as water, and then applying a washcoat as described herein.06-04-2009
20090136709Extruded Porous Substrate having Inorganic Bonds - A method is provided for producing a highly porous substrate. More particularly, the present invention enables fibers, such as organic, inorganic, glass, ceramic, polymer, or metal fibers, to be combined with binders and additives, and extruded, to form a porous substrate. Depending on the selection of the constituents used to form an extrudable mixture, the present invention enables substrate porosities of about 60% to about 90%, and enables process advantages at other porosities, as well. The extrudable mixture may use a wide variety of fibers and additives, and is adaptable to a wide variety of operating environments and applications. Additives can be selected that form inorganic bonds between overlapping fibers in the extruded substrate that provide enhanced strength and performance of the porous substrate in a variety of applications, such as, for example, filtration and as a host for catalytic processes, such as catalytic converters.05-28-2009
20090004431HONEYCOMB STRUCTURAL BODY AND EXHAUST GAS PURIFYING DEVICE - The present invention provides a pillar-shaped honeycomb structural body made of porous ceramics in which a large number of through holes are placed in parallel with one another in the length direction with a wall portion interposed therebetween. Herein, the honeycomb structural body is provided with a sealing material layer which includes inorganic fibers containing at least about 60% and at most about 85% by weight of silica and at least about 15% and at most about 40% by weight of at least one kind of compound selected from the group consisting of an alkali metal compound, an alkali-earth metal compound and a boron compound.01-01-2009
20090186188HONEYCOMB SEGMENT WITH SPACER AND HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE - A honeycomb segment 07-23-2009
20090142542SANDWICH SYSTEM - A composite system comprises a base layer, a capping layer, and at least one core geocell layer. The base layer and capping layer are stacked below and above the core geocell layer, which is infilled with a low quality material. In specific embodiments, the base layer and capping layer are each geocells infilled with a high quality material. This composite system meets engineering specifications economically.06-04-2009
20080317999Gas Catalysts Comprising Porous Wall Honeycombs - Embodiments of the invention pertain to a catalyst, which may be used in a catalytic converter for treating a gas stream containing pollutants. In an embodiment, the catalyst comprises a substrate having a plurality of axially enclosed channels defined by the porous wall elements extending between an inlet end and an outlet end. Washcoat particles are disposed substantially within the pores of the walls, and the surfaces of the wall elements have a porous, rough texture after coating with the washcoat and substantially no fillets formed on the channels.12-25-2008
20090142539Plastic Honeycomb Composite Board with Curved Surface - A plastic honeycomb composite board with curved surface comprises a plastic curved surface plate and a plastic bottom plate. The surface plate joints the bottom plate with edges. At least a honeycomb paper core is positioned between the surface plate and the bottom plate. The board further contains a plastic foam filler in the profile space formed between the plastic curved surface and the honeycomb paper core. The composite board of the invention meets the need of application and overcomes the biased view that a plastic honeycomb composite board cannot have a profile curved surface.06-04-2009
20090208700HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE AND METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE - A honeycomb structure includes periphery honeycomb fired bodies which include at least a single piece of a periphery small honeycomb fired body having in the cross-section a cross-sectional area which is less than about 60% of a cross-sectional area of a single piece of the center-portion honeycomb fired body. A cross-sectional area of a periphery honeycomb bonded body in the cross-section is about 60% or more of the cross-sectional area of a single piece of the center-portion honeycomb fired body. The second adhesive layer is provided between the periphery small honeycomb fired body and the at least one piece of the honeycomb fired body. The second adhesive layer has thermal conductivity higher than thermal conductivity of a first adhesive layer. The second adhesive layer has Young's modulus higher than Young's modulus of the first adhesive layer. The center-portion honeycomb fired bodies are bonded together with the first adhesive layer.08-20-2009
20110229684HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE - A honeycomb structure includes a honeycomb block including at least one honeycomb fired body. The at least one honeycomb fired body has cell walls extending along a longitudinal direction of the at least one honeycomb fired body to define cells. The cells include peripheral cells in contact with peripheral walls of the at least one honeycomb fired body and basic cells positioned to be surrounded by the peripheral cells. The peripheral cells include an irregular cell having a cell cross-sectional area larger than a cell cross-sectional area of one of the basic cells.09-22-2011
20090220735SEALING MATERIAL FOR HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE, HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE AND METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE - A sealing material for a honeycomb structure includes inorganic fibers, oxide sol, and inorganic particles. The inorganic fibers include at least one of an alkali metal compound, an alkaline earth metal compound and a boron compound. The sealing material has a pH of at least about 4 and at most about 6.09-03-2009
20090220733Dispersion-toughened cordierite for filter and substrate applications - A porous ceramic substrate includes a first phase of microcracked cordierite ceramic material and a second phase of non-cordierite metal oxide particles dispersed in the cordierite ceramic, wherein at least a portion of the interface between the first and second phases is wetted by glass and the particles of the second phase have a size in the range of from about 0.1 to about 10 μm. A method for toughening a porous microcracked cordierite ceramic includes the steps of providing a cordierite batch composition; adding to the cordierite batch composition at least one non-cordierite forming metal oxide or metal oxide precursor; mixing the batch composition with a pore former, binder, and water into a paste; shaping the paste into a green body; firing the green body; and annealing the fired green body at a temperature below the firing temperature to form a toughened cordierite ceramic honeycomb having a second phase of crystallized non-cordierite particles dispersed within the cordierite ceramic, wherein at least a portion of the interface between the first and second phases is wetted by glass.09-03-2009
20090220734Anisotropic Porous Ceramic Article And Manufacture Thereof - An aluminum titanate-based ceramic is provided having an anisotropic microstructure which includes the reaction products of a plurality of ceramic-forming precursors. The batch contains at least one precursor in fibrous form. The inorganic ceramic has low thermal expansion. Porous ceramic bodies and the method of manufacture are also provided.09-03-2009
20090252922ANTIMICROBIAL FLUOROPOLYMER FILM, LAMINATES AND ARTICLES AND PROCESS FOR MAKING THEREOF - Films, laminates and articles comprising a fluoropolymer that contains amino-reactive functional groups only after activation are made antimicrobial by activating the fluoropolymer surface and then contacting the activated surface with a solution comprising chitosan. Films, laminates and articles comprising activated fluoropolymers and contacted with a solution comprising chitosan.10-08-2009
20090220736Stabilized Low-Microcracked Ceramic Honeycombs And Methods Thereof - Disclosed are high-porosity cordierite honeycomb substrates having a narrow pore size distribution, little or no microcracking, and high thermal shock resistance. The porous ceramic honeycomb substrates generally comprise a primary cordierite ceramic phase as defined herein. Also disclosed are methods for making and using the cordierite substrates.09-03-2009
20090246452MANUFACTURING METHOD OF HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE - A manufacturing method of a honeycomb structure that can improve a manufacturing efficiency and a raw material yield is provided. There is provided a manufacturing method of a honeycomb structure comprising: subjecting a raw material to extrusion forming to form a honeycomb formed body 10-01-2009
20090246450HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE - A honeycomb structure includes at least one honeycomb unit having a first end face and a second end face. The at least one honeycomb unit includes an inorganic binder, inorganic particles, and cell walls extending from the first end face to the second end face to define a plurality of cells. The inorganic particles include ceria particles doped with zirconia. A percentage by weight of zirconia doped in ceria in the ceria particles is in a range of about 20% to about 50%.10-01-2009
20090252919HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE AND METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING THE SAME - A honeycomb structure 10-08-2009
20120196080STIFFENED STRUCTURE INTEGRATING AN OPENING - A stiffened structure includes stiffeners (08-02-2012
20090246453HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE - A honeycomb structure includes: a porous substrate having porous partition walls separating and forming a plurality of cells functioning as fluid passages, a porous coat layer disposed on a surface of the partition walls to inhibit microparticles from entering, a surface of the coat layer having an uneven shape to increase a surface area, and plugging portions for plugging cells so that a fluid flowing into the structure from an opening portions on one end side of predetermined cells may pass through the partition walls and flows out from opening portions on the other side of the other cells to allow the gas to flow through the partition walls and the coat layers. The honeycomb structure can inhibit the pressure loss from increasing upon trapping particulate matter in exhaust gas and can effectively combust and remove the trapped particulate matter.10-01-2009
20090246451HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE - A honeycomb structure includes at least one honeycomb unit and coating layers. The at least one honeycomb unit includes a first SOx-occluding agent, first inorganic particles, an inorganic binder, and partition walls extending along the longitudinal direction of the at least one honeycomb unit to define parallel through holes. The coating layers are formed on the partition walls. A basicity of the at least one honeycomb unit is higher than a basicity of the coating layers. The coating layers include a second SOx-occluding agent and second inorganic particles.10-01-2009
20100151186COMPOSITE ARTICLE INCLUDING VISCOELASTIC LAYER WITH BARRIER LAYER - Fiber reinforced resin matrix composite laminates are provided comprising first and second layers of fiber reinforced resin matrix comprising first and second resin matrices and a viscoelastic construction located between the first and second layers of fiber reinforced resin matrix, bound to the first and second resin matrices, comprising: i) at least one viscoelastic layer; and ii) at least one barrier layer. In some embodiments, the viscoelastic construction comprises at least two barrier layers which differ in composition from at least one viscoelastic layer and wherein the at least two barrier layers are bound to said first and second resin matrices. In some embodiments, the one or more barrier layer(s) may be substantially impermeable to organic solvents, and/or substantially impermeable to water, and/or substantially impermeable to gasses.06-17-2010
20100159190Method of Making Composite Laminated Product - A method of making a composite light diffusing panel including at least spaced apart lites with a fabric layer applied to an inner surface of at least one of said lites, involves applying a transparent adhesive to the layer of fabric or the lite(s), firmly applying the layer of fabric onto the lite(s) to avoid wrinkling fabric, curing the adhesive to bond the fabric to the lite(s), and assembling the lites to form the light diffusing panel. In this way, a functionally useful product can be obtained that does not suffer from wrinkling and other distracting effects.06-24-2010
20100015392SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR FORMING PLASTIC PALLETS - A preformed pallet is provided having first and second outer layers that sandwich a cellular or honeycomb shaped core. The peripheral edge of the preformed pallet may be inserted into the molding device having one or more heating elements, which function to focus heat onto the peripheral edge. Once heated, the peripheral edge of the preformed pallet may be reshaped by one or more die sets forming the peripheral edge into an enclosed pallet.01-21-2010
20120196081NEW BINDER COMPOSITION - The invention relates to a new binder composition which is particularly suitable for the manufacture of composite materials utilizing such new binder composition in the required nonwoven materials. Composite materials using such new binder composition in their nonwoven part are suitable, in particular, for composites materials for interior construction, for linings, floor coverings, and for the manufacture of furniture and similar products.08-02-2012
20100151187Honeycomb structure - A honeycomb structure includes a honeycomb segment joined body comprising a plurality of honeycomb segments unitarily joined at joint faces thereof by means of a bonding material layer, and an outer peripheral coat layer, the honeycomb structure having a plurality of cells functioning as fluid passages disposed in parallel with one another in a central axis direction. A thickness of the outer peripheral coat layer at least at one portion of the portions (portions on end faces) located on end faces in longitudinal direction of the bonding material layer in a cross-section in a direction perpendicular to the central axis direction is larger than an average thickness of the portions other than the portions on end faces.06-17-2010
20100255249FILM AND PROCESS FOR PRODUCING THE SAME - A surfactant is added to a polymer solution (10-07-2010
20100215898Honeycomb structure and method for producing the same - There is provided a honeycomb structure and a method for producing the honeycomb structure, capable of reducing variance in pore diameter depending on part and capable of increasing the mean pore diameter as a whole. There is provided a method for producing a cordierite honeycomb structure 1 including the step of firing a honeycomb formed body. In the firing step, a temperature rise rate from 1200° C. to 1250° C. is controlled to 40° C./hr or more, a temperature rise rate from 1250° C. to 1300° C. is controlled to 2 to 40° C./hr, and a temperature rise rate from 1300° C. to 1400° C. is controlled to 40° C./hr or more. There is further provided a honeycomb structure having a porosity of 50 to 70%, a mean pore diameter of 15 to 30 μm, a difference in a mean pore diameter of 5 μm or less between in the central portion and in the outer peripheral portion, a thermal expansion coefficient of 1.0×1008-26-2010
20100227116THREE-DIMENSIONAL SHEET STRUCTURE, METHOD FOR MAKING SAME, AND SANDWICH-TYPE STRUCTURAL MATERIAL COMPRISING SUCH STRUCTURE - The invention relates to a three-dimensional sheet structure characterised in that it comprises at least: a first sheet (09-09-2010
20130216769COMPOSITION FOR EXTRUSION-MOLDED BODIES COMPRISING A METHYL CELLULOSE - A methyl cellulose having a DS(methyl) of from 1.10 to 1.61 is useful for increasing the wet green modulus of an extrusion-molded hollow body, particularly an extrusion-molded hollow body having a ceramic honeycomb structure.08-22-2013
20100221487HONEYCOMB COMPOSITE PLATE OF PLASTIC FOAM - A honeycomb composite plate of plastic foam comprises at least a support body and a plastic surface sheet. The support body comprises at least a support core, which has a honeycomb structure and is formed of plastic foam. The plastic surface sheet is fixed to the support body and supported by it. Further, the support core and the plastic surface sheet are fixed together.09-02-2010
20090142543CERAMIC HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE AND METHOD FOR PRODUCING CERAMIC HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE - A ceramic honeycomb structure having porous cell walls defining large numbers of flow paths, the cell walls having porosity of 55-70%, an average pore diameter of 10-40 μm, a concave area ratio CR (projected area ratio of portions lower than an average surface determined from cell wall surface roughness by a least square method) of 0.32-0.6, and an average concave depth H06-04-2009
20100247852HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE AND BONDED TYPE HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE - A honeycomb structure 09-30-2010
20090041976High porosity honeycomb and method - A ceramic honeycomb substrate for use in an automotive catalytic converter system which exhibits improved light-off performance by virtue of a high porosity of 45 to 75% while still maintaining a wall thickness of greater than 2.0 mil (0.0020 inch, 0.0508 mm), preferably 2.5 mil (0.0025 in., 0.0635 mm) to 7 mil (0.0070 in., 0.1778 mm), and more preferably 2.5 mil (0.0025 in., 0.0635 mm) to 3 mil (0.0030 in., 0.0762 mm). The median pore size is in the range of 2-10 micrometers, and a coefficient of thermal expansion (CTE) (25-800° C.) of less than 15×1002-12-2009
20120196079COMPOSITE BODY - Composite body having a laminate coating at least partially surrounding a core of the composite body, wherein a positive pressure is present at least in a portion of the core that is at least partially surrounded by the laminate coating, or a positive pressure is achievable at least in said portion of the core, in a delamination-free manner. The core is designed at least partially as open-cell foam, and/or a positive pressure is present in at least a portion of the laminate coating or a positive pressure is achievable at least in said portion of the laminate coating, wherein the core is at least partially designed as open-cell foam.08-02-2012
20110129640METHOD AND BINDER FOR POROUS ARTICLES - A method for making porous articles, including: depositing a powder mixture layer comprising a binder powder, and at least one structural powder; contacting the powder mixture layer and an aqueous liquid to selectively activate the binder powder and form a green layer; repeating the depositing and the contacting sequence at least one time; and de-powdering and drying of the resulting green body. The binder powder can include, for example, a protein that is soluble in water at or below about 25° C. The disclosure also provides articles, having high porosity and optionally intricate 3D structures, as defined herein.06-02-2011
20110236624HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE - A honeycomb structure includes a ceramic block including at least one honeycomb fired body. The at least one honeycomb fired body has cell walls to define cells and a peripheral wall constituting a periphery of the at least one honeycomb fired body. The cells include peripheral cells in contact with the peripheral wall of the at least one honeycomb fired body constituting a periphery of the ceramic block and basic cells arranged at an inner side of the peripheral cells. The peripheral cells include deformed cells each having a different shape from the basic cells in a cross section perpendicular to a longitudinal direction of the at least one honeycomb fired body. Each of the deformed cells is capable of receiving therein a circle of about 0.9 mm in diameter in the cross section perpendicular to the longitudinal direction.09-29-2011
20090246455HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE - The honeycomb structure comprising a plurality of columnar honeycomb segments in which two kinds of plural through-holes different in end face area are formed side by side by being surrounded by partition walls, each honeycomb segment having, at one end face, an inlet side of high opening ratio, wherein through-holes of smaller end face area are plugged and, at other end face, an outlet side of low opening ratio and wherein through-holes of larger end face area are plugged, the plurality of honeycomb segments being bonded to each other via a bonding material in the longitudinal direction of each honeycomb segment. The bonded width of the bonding material is larger at the inlet side end face of the honeycomb structure than at the outlet side end face is presented.10-01-2009
20090202779Honeycomb structure and seal material - A honeycomb structure is formed by adhering a plurality of honeycomb units provided with cells to each other through a layer of a seal material layer, in which the layer of the seal material comprises an inorganic binder and oxide particles having a particle size of about 0.01 to about 100 μm.08-13-2009
20090191378HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE - A honeycomb structure includes a plurality of honeycomb fired bodies and an adhesive layer. The plurality of honeycomb fired body has a longitudinal direction and a plurality of cell walls extending along the longitudinal direction to define a plurality of cells. The adhesive layer is provided between the plurality of honeycomb fired bodies to connect the honeycomb fired bodies. Pore diameters of pores in the adhesive layer are about 300 μm or less. A ratio of a total area of pores having a pore diameter of at least about 50 μm and at most about 300 μm and an aspect ratio of at least about 1 and at most about 1.5 in a cross-section perpendicular to the longitudinal direction to a total area of pores having a pore diameter of at least about 50 μm and at most about 300 μm is about 90% or more.07-30-2009
20090142541Methods for applying a washcoat and heat treating a ceramic honeycomb, and treated articles - A method for treating a microcracked, ceramic substrate is provided that obviates the need for filling the microcracks of the substrate via a passivation step prior to sintering a layer of washcoat to the surfaces of the substrate that may either contain a catalyst, or provide a support layer for a catalyst subsequently applied. In the first step of the method, a slurry of particles of a washcoating composition is applied over the surface of the substrate such that particles of the composition are lodged into microcracks of the substrate. Next, the substrate is heat treated to between about 700° C. and 1300° C. The applicants have discovered that such heat treating not only sets the washcoating particles into the substrate, but also causes the microcracks in the substrate to permanently enlarge as a result of the resistance of the lodged particles of washcoating composition against the walls of the microcracks as they attempt to close as a result of thermal expansion of the substrate. The consequent enlargement of the microcracks advantageously reduces both the coefficient of thermal expansion (CTE) and the modulus of elasticity (E06-04-2009
20110236626HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE - A honeycomb structure includes a ceramic block including honeycomb fired bodies. The honeycomb fired bodies include outer honeycomb fired bodies and at least one inner honeycomb fired body. At least one of the outer honeycomb fired bodies includes a curved part and a linear part provided in a part of a periphery of the at least one of the outer honeycomb fired bodies which partially constitutes a periphery of the ceramic block. The linear part is substantially parallel to at least one of a first adhesive layer between one of the outer honeycomb fired bodies and an adjacent inner honeycomb fired body, and a second adhesive layer between adjacent outer honeycomb fired bodies. The linear part has a length of from about 5 mm to about 20 mm in a direction substantially perpendicular to the longitudinal direction.09-29-2011
20090110875Low Thermal Expansion High Strength Honeycomb Cement And Method Therefor - A cement mixture suitable for use with ceramic honeycomb bodies, such as for forming an outer layer on the outer periphery of the honeycomb body, or for forming plugs in the honeycomb body. The cement mixture, when fired, preferably exhibits low coefficient of thermal expansion and high strength. The cement mixture can be applied to a green honeycomb body and simultaneously fired with the green body or can be applied to an already fired ceramic honeycomb body and then fired. Includes cement mixture comprising a plurality of inorganic components comprising talc, kaolin, alumina, silica, and aluminum hydroxide, wherein the mixture contains less than or equal to 18.0% silica and greater than or equal to 17.0% aluminum hydroxide, in percent by weight of the inorganic components.04-30-2009
20090110873Polymer Hybrid Membrane Structures - Hybrid membrane structures that include: an inorganic porous support that includes first and second ends, and a plurality of inner channels having surfaces defined by porous walls and extending through the support from the first to the second ends; optionally, one or more porous inorganic intermediate layers coating the inner channel surfaces; and a polymeric amine-containing membrane.04-30-2009
20110236625FORMED ZEOLITE HONEYCOMB ARTICLE AND FIRED ZEOLITE HONEYCOMB ARTICLE - A formed zeolite honeycomb article comprises a formed article obtained by extruding a zeolite raw material containing zeolite particles, an inorganic binding material and a filler constituted of plate-like particles in a honeycomb shape including partition walls disposed to form a plurality of cells, a drying shrinkage of the partition walls in a thickness direction thereof is larger than a drying shrinkage of the partition walls in a cell extending direction thereof and a drying shrinkage of the partition walls in a diametric direction perpendicular to the cell extending direction thereof, and the drying shrinkage of the partition walls in the thickness direction thereof is 1.2 or more times the drying shrinkage of the partition walls in the diametric direction perpendicular to the cell extending direction thereof in the formed zeolite honeycomb article.09-29-2011
20100304082Lanthanum-Containing Cordierite Body And Method Of Manufacture - Lanthanum containing cordierite bodies are provided that exhibit high strength, little or no microcracking, and a high thermal shock resistance. Improved maintenance of low microcracking and high strength is obtained even after exposure to high temperatures.12-02-2010
20130136893COLD SET COMPOSITION FOR CERAMIC BODIES - Disclosed are ceramic articles comprising ceramic honeycomb bodies and an aqueous composition, for example in the form of a cold-set plug, as well as processes for preparing ceramic articles and processes for making an aqueous composition for use with ceramic articles, for example as a cold-set plug composition.05-30-2013
20090068395EPOXY RESIN COMPOSITION FOR FIBER-REINFORCED COMPOSITE MATERIAL - Provided is an epoxy resin composition for fiber-reinforced composite materials, which serves as a matrix resin composition for use in a self-adhesive prepreg for a face sheet of a honeycomb panel. The epoxy resin composition enables to increase self-adhesiveness of the prepreg, while improving workability and appearance quality of the prepreg. The epoxy resin composition is characterized by containing an epoxy resin (A) which is in a liquid state at room temperature; a thermoplastic resin (B) which dissolves in the epoxy resin (A) at a temperature not less than 90° C.; thermosetting resin particles (C) which do not completely dissolve in the epoxy resin (A) at a temperature less than 90° C. and has a softening point of not less than 120° C.; and a curing agent (D).03-12-2009
20080318001HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE AND METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE - A honeycomb structure includes a ceramic block and a sealing material layer. The ceramic block includes a plurality of honeycomb fired bodies each having a large number of cells longitudinally disposed substantially in parallel with one another with a cell wall between the cells, an adhesive layer for bonding side faces of the honeycomb fired bodies, and a cavity-holding member placed between the side faces of the honeycomb fired bodies. The sealing material layer is formed on a peripheral face of the ceramic block. The cavity-holding member includes a nonflammable material having Young's modulus of at least about 0.001 GPa and at most about 0.07 GPa.12-25-2008
20110244176CERAMIC CLAY, CERAMIC FORMED ARTICLE, AND CERAMIC STRUCTURE, AND MANUFACTURING METHODS THEREOF - The ceramic clay is available by kneading a forming raw material containing a ceramic forming material. The forming raw material contains, in addition to the ceramic forming material, a layered double hydroxide represented by a predetermined chemical formula in an amount of from 0.01 to 5 mass % based on the total amount of them. The layered double hydroxide turns into a gel by dispersing it in water and when it is dispersed in water at a concentration of 6 mass %, it has a viscosity of from 1000 to 20000 mPa·s.10-06-2011
20110244175Honeycomb Core Having a High Compression Strength and Articles Made from the Same - This invention is directed to a honeycomb core structure having a high compression modulus. The core structure comprises (a) a plurality of interconnected walls having surfaces which define a plurality of honeycomb cells, wherein the cell walls are formed from a nonwoven sheet and (b) a cured resin in an amount such that the weight of cured resin as a percentage of combined weight of cured resin and nonwoven sheet is at least 62 percent. The nonwoven sheet further comprises fibers having a modulus of at least 200 grams per denier (180 grams per dtex) and a tenacity of at least 10 grams per denier (9 grams per dtex) wherein, prior to impregnating with the resin, the nonwoven sheet has an apparent density calculated from the equation Dp=K×((dr×(100−%r)/%r)/(1+dr/ds×(100−%r)/%r), where Dp is the apparent density of the sheet before impregnation, dr is the density of cured resin, ds is the density of solid material in the sheet before impregnation, % r is the cured resin content in the final core structure in weight %, K is a number with a value from 1.0 to 1.35. Further, the Gurley porosity of the nonwoven sheet before impregnation with the resin is no greater than 30 seconds per 100 milliliters. The invention is also directed to composite structures incorporating such folded core.10-06-2011
20090311470DIE FOR EXTRUSION FORMING OF HONEYCOMB FORMED BODY, METHOD OF FORMING HONEYCOMB FORMED BODY, AND HONEYCOMB FORMED BODY - Provided is a die for extrusion forming for extrusion forming of a honeycomb formed body comprising a honeycomb forming die having a structure that there is provided at a surface a groove-like slit in a form of a cell block as well as there is provided at a backside a clay introduction hole in communication with the slit, and a frame-shaped presser plate that is disposed at an outer peripheral portion of the honeycomb forming die and that regulates a shape and dimension of a honeycomb formed body. Among the cell blocks, in an extrusion direction of forming clay, a cell block which end face is positioned to be overlapped with an inner circumferential surface of the presser plate is formed to be shorter than the other cell blocks resided inside the inner circumferential surface of the presser plate.12-17-2009
20110244177Semi-Open Structure with Tubular Cells - In an at least partially semi-open structure having adjoining, generally tubular open cells, and consisting of sheet material delimiting each of the tubular open cells, having a width (W), a length (L) and a thickness (T) and having multiple spaced corrugations (10-06-2011
20100003454HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE - A honeycomb structure 1 includes: a periphery-ground article obtained by grinding an outer peripheral portion of a cell structure 3 where a plurality of honeycomb segments 11 are bonded by means of a bonding layer 12 at an outer wall 10 of each of them, and an outer peripheral coat layer 9 disposed on an outer peripheral face 8 of the periphery-ground article; wherein at least one of the bonding layer 12 and the outer peripheral coat layer 9 is formed by the use of honeycomb-forming slurry containing: biologically soluble fibers containing a metal oxide capable of extricating a metal ion, an inorganic binder containing a colloidal oxide having silica sol, and a chelate compound capable of multi-coordinating with the metal ion or an additive containing a first buffer solution or acid.01-07-2010
20100040828Latch cover - A lightweight, strong article of manufacture wherein the surfaces are fabricated of an adhesive-impregnated fiber fabric having the desired properties; and where additional stiffness is required, a honeycomb material is sandwiched between the surfaces, greatly increasing the rigidity with only a slight increase in weight.02-18-2010
20100062211EPOXY RESIN COMPOSITION FOR FIBER REINFORCED COMPOSITE MATERIAL - The present invention provides an epoxy resin composition for a fiber reinforced composite material comprising an epoxy resin (A) comprising an epoxy resin (a03-11-2010
20100055386HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE - A honeycomb structure includes at least one honeycomb unit. The at least one honeycomb unit has a longitudinal direction and includes an inorganic binder, a cell wall, and xeolite. The cell wall extends from a first end face to a second end face of the at least one honeycomb unit along the longitudinal direction to define cells. The at least one honeycomb unit includes the zeolite in an amount exceeding approximately 250 g/L per apparent volume. The xeolite is present at a first concentration at a center part of a thickness of the cell wall and at a second concentration at a surface of the cell wall. The second concentration is larger than the first concentration.03-04-2010
20090029103POROUS OBJECT BASED ON SILICON CARBIDE AND PROCESS FOR PRODUCING THE SAME - A silicon carbide-based porous article comprising silicon carbide particles as an aggregate, metallic silicon and an aggregate derived from siliceous inorganic particles to form pores through volume shrinkage by heat treatment, wherein the porosity is 45 to 70%, and the average pore diameter is 10 to 20 μm is provided. Also provided is a method for producing a silicon carbide-based porous article, comprising; adding inorganic particles to form pores through volume shrinkage by heat treatment to a raw-material mixture containing silicon carbide particles and metallic silicon, then forming into an intended shape, calcinating and firing the resultant green body, forming pores through volume shrinkage of the inorganic particles by heat treatment, and the shrunk inorganic particles being present as an aggregate in the porous article.01-29-2009
20090214819CERAMIC KNEADED CLAY AND USAGE THEREOF - An oxide-ceramic forming clay comprising an oxide-ceramic forming material, a layered double hydroxide, a pore-forming agent, and water, wherein the amount of the pore-forming agent is between 3 and 50 parts by mass by superaddition to 100 parts by mass of a sum of the oxide-ceramic forming material and the layered double hydroxide and a sum of the pore-forming agent and an organic binder is between 5 and 55 parts by mass also by superaddition which has environment-friendly characteristics in a forming firing step, and usage thereof.08-27-2009
20090214818CORE HAVING A HIGH SHEAR STRENGTH AND ARTICLES MADE FROM SAME - This invention relates to a honeycomb core having improved shear properties made from a p-aramid paper substrate. The paper comprises 50-85 parts by weight of p-aramid floc, 10-40 parts by weight of p-aramid pulp and 5-30 parts by weight of aramid fibrids. Prior to impregnation with resin, the paper has a Gurley air resistance of from 3 to 40 seconds per 100 milliliters.08-27-2009
20090214817Panel for Furniture or the Like - The present invention refers to a panel for furniture or the like, comprising a support bearing sheet, an intermediate layer of superimposed filling material, with in between a first adhesive layer, on one surface of the bearing sheet, and a superimposed covering board, with in between a second adhesive layer, on the surface of the intermediate layer opposite the bearing sheet, the bearing sheet having a thickness greater than that of the covering board and being able to fasten anchoring means to the structure of a piece of furniture.08-27-2009
20110250383SHEAR COMPLIANT HEXAGONAL MESO-STRUCTURES HAVING HIGH SHEAR STRENGTH AND HIGH SHEAR STRAIN - A shear layer for a shear band that is used in a tire is provided that has multiple cells or units having an auxetic configuration and that are constructed from aluminum or titanium alloys. The cells may have an angle of −10°.10-13-2011
20110070396HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE AND METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING THE SAME - A honeycomb structure 03-24-2011
20120121853REINFORCED INJECTION MOLDED THERMOPLASTIC CELLULAR CORE - A reinforced, thermoplastic, injection molded cellular core is provided, wherein the cellular core can include minimum wall thickness sections of less than 1.5 mm and in selected constructions less than 0.5 mm, wherein larger reinforcing pillars at disposed at predetermined locations to form a structural body. A cross sectional shape, sizing and spacing of a plurality of cells within the cellular core can be set in a predetermined configuration to provide for varying density of the cellular core. Reinforcing elements can be uniformly or non-uniformly distributed throughout the cellular core. Stratum can be integrally formed with the cellular core to provide additional performance characteristics.05-17-2012
20100112278MULTIWALL SHEET, AN ARTICLE, A METHOD OF MAKING A MULTIWALL SHEET - Disclosed herein is a multiwall sheet that comprises a first wall, a second wall, an intermediate wall disposed between the first wall and the second wall, a first set of ribs disposed between the first wall and the intermediate wall, and a second set of ribs disposed between the second wall and the intermediate wall. No ribs are in direct vertical alignment so as to align from the first wall to the second wall and no ribs are on a side of the first wall opposite the intermediate wall or on a side of the second wall opposite the intermediate wall. Also disclosed is a method for making a multiwall sheet.05-06-2010
20100112277Microstructures and methods of fabrication thereof - Microstructures and methods of fabricating microstructures are disclosed. One exemplary microstructure, among others, includes a substrate, an overcoat layer disposed upon the substrate, an air-region within at least a portion of the overcoat layer, and a framing material layer engaging at least a portion of the air-region on the inside of the framing material layer and engaging the overcoat layer on the outside of the framing material layer.05-06-2010
20090022943BONDED BODY, BONDING MATERIAL COMPOSITION, HONEYCOMB SEGMENT BONDED BODY, AND HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE USING THE SAME - There is provided a bonding material composition capable of suppressing crack generation on an end face of a resultant honeycomb structure to a large extent by reducing anisotropy of Young's modulus after curing of the bonding material by the use of an isotropic filler without using inorganic fibers. The bonded body has two or more members unitarily bonded by means of a bonding material layer, and the relational expression of 0.501-22-2009
20090022942HONEYCOMB SEGMENT, HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE AND PROCESS FOR PRODUCING THE SAME - A honeycomb structure which effectively prevents generation of defects such as cracks by thermal stress during use and regeneration and has excellent durability is provided. In a honeycomb structure 01-22-2009
20080248238BONDING MATERIAL, PROCESS FOR PRODUCING THE SAME, AND HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE MADE WITH THE SAME - There is provided bonding material having a Young's Modulus after hardening of not less than 20% of articles to be bonded, and an average linear coefficient of thermal expansion after hardening of not more than 70% of the articles to be bonded. This bonding material can suppress deformation of a honeycomb segment due to thermal stress to be generated by a bonding material layer and can suitably be used at the time of manufacturing exhaust gas trapping filters capable of reducing the generation of defects such as a crack, and above all, a diesel particulate filter (DPF) for trapping particulate matter (particulates) in exhaust gas from the diesel engine.10-09-2008
20080292841Regenerative aramid honeycomb sandwich energy absorbing matrix and square tube supported honeycomb sandwich bridge - The function of the Regenerative Aramid Honeycomb Sandwich Energy Absorbing Matrix and Square 11-27-2008
20100310820HONEYCOMB PANEL AND ITS PRODUCTION - The invention relates to a method for processing a continuous honeycomb panel, said method comprising the subsequent steps of producing a continuous honeycomb panel from strips of material to form the continuous honeycomb panel in compressed form, at least partially expanding said compressed continuous paper honeycomb, producing a series of spaced cuts in at least one of the edges of said strips, and applying pressure on said at least one cut edge for bending said cut edge.12-09-2010
20120148793HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE - A honeycomb structure includes a ceramic block and a sealing material layer. The ceramic block includes a plurality of honeycomb fired bodies each having a large number of cells longitudinally disposed substantially in parallel with one another with a cell wall between the cells, an adhesive layer for bonding side faces of the honeycomb fired bodies, and a cavity-holding member placed between the side faces of the honeycomb fired bodies. The sealing material layer is formed on a peripheral face of the ceramic block. The cavity-holding member includes a nonflammable material and has Young's modulus of at least about 0.001 GPa and at most about 0.07 GPa.06-14-2012
20080254254HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE AND METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE - A pillar-shaped honeycomb structure has a plurality of cells longitudinally placed in parallel with one another with a wall portion therebetween, wherein the honeycomb structure mainly includes inorganic fibers which form the honeycomb structure without lamination interfaces.10-16-2008
20110262689COMPOSITION FOR EXTRUSION-MOLDED BODIES - A composition for extrusion-molded bodies which comprises10-27-2011
20110027526Multi-Functional Aircraft Structures - A method and apparatus for manufacturing a composite structure. A filler material with a barrier material for a channel in the filler material is formed. A composite material and the filler material with the barrier material are laid up onto a tool in a shape of the composite structure. The composite material and the filler material in the shape of the composite structure are cured.02-03-2011
20110262692MANUFACTURING METHOD FOR HONEYCOMB-LIKE STRUCTURAL BODY, AND THE HONEYCOMB-LIKE STRUCTURAL BODY - A preform is formed by stacking core elements that are coated with prepregs. By heating the preform at a temperature at which the core elements do not thermally shrink, the prepregs are preliminarily hardened, and prepregs that are in contact with each other are caused to adhered to each other. Then, the prepregs are definitively hardened and the core elements are thermally shrunk by heating the preform at a temperature at which the core elements thermally shrink.10-27-2011
20110262688HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE AND METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING THE HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE - A honeycomb structure includes a ceramic block including honeycomb fired bodies. The honeycomb fired bodies includes at least one first-shaped unit having a substantially quadrangular shape in a cross section perpendicular to the longitudinal direction. At least one second-shaped unit has a shape that includes at least a first side, a second side making a substantially right angle with the first side, and an inclined side facing the substantially right angle in the cross section. The at least one second-shaped unit is located in a peripheral portion of the ceramic block and is disposed with the second side adjacent to the at least one first-shaped unit. The second side forming a periphery of the at least one second-shaped unit is longer than a longest side of four sides forming a periphery of the at least one first-shaped unit in the cross section.10-27-2011
20090035512HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE, PROCESS FOR PRODUCING THE SAME, AND BONDING MATERIAL - The present invention provides: 02-05-2009
20110135873CERAMIC HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE AND ITS PRODUCTION METHOD - A ceramic honeycomb structure having a large number of flow paths defined by porous cell walls having porosity of 45-68% and an average pore size of 15-35 μm, the volume of pores having diameters of more than 50 μm being more than 10% and 25% or less of the total pore volume, the volume of pores having diameters of 100 μm or more being 1-8% of the total pore volume, the volume of pores having diameters of less than 10 μm being 3-10% of the total pore volume, and the pores having a pore size distribution deviation σ [=log(D06-09-2011
20120148792CERAMIC HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE AND ITS PRODUCTION METHOD - A ceramic honeycomb structure having a large number of flow paths partitioned by porous cell walls, the cell walls having porosity of 40-60%; pores opening on the cell wall surface having an opening area ratio (the total opening area of pores opening on the cell wall surface per a unit area) of 15% or more; the median opening diameter of the opening pores being 10 μm or more and less than 40 μm, when the opening diameter of each pore opening on the cell wall surface is expressed by an equivalent circle diameter (a diameter of a circle having the same area as the opening area of each pore); the density of pores having equivalent circle diameters of 10 μm or more and less than 40 μm being 350/mm06-14-2012
20100323150METHOD FOR PRODUCING A SANDWICH COMPONENT HAVING A HONEYCOMB CORE - A method of producing composite components having a honeycomb core (12-23-2010
20100119769BONDING MATERIAL FOR HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE AND HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE UTILIZING THE MATERIAL - A bonding material for a honeycomb structure comprises inorganic particles in which D90/D10 is from 10 to 500, D10 is 100 μm or less and D90 is 4 μm or more, and the D10 and D90 are the values of 10% diameter and 90% diameter from a smaller particle diameter side, respectively, in volume-based integrated fractions of a particle diameter distribution measurement by a laser diffraction/scattering method.05-13-2010
20100196656COMPOSITE BOARD WITH A HONEYCOMB CARDBOARD - A composite board with a honeycomb cardboard has a top board and bottom board pasted to both sides of the honeycomb cardboard. The honeycomb cardboard, top board, and bottom board form an integrated composite board. The honeycomb cardboard consists of bottom paper, top paper and honeycomb paper. The top paper and bottom paper are pasted to both sides of the honeycomb paper. A fortifier can be added between top board and the bottom board. There is a sealing edge which can adopt different structures and qualities.08-05-2010
20100035018Sandwich panel - A sandwich panel that has excellent practicality as an inner wall material used in aircraft, for example, whereby the abovementioned requirements of flexural strength, peel strength, and in-plane shear strength can be satisfied while having reduced weight. A sandwich panel in which a middle material 02-11-2010
20110262691HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE AND METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING THE SAME - A method for manufacturing a honeycomb structure includes extrusion-molding honeycomb molded bodies. The honeycomb molded bodies are fired to form honeycomb fired bodies. A molding frame optionally having a vent portion with air permeability is provided. The honeycomb fired bodies are fixed in the molding frame. A member having an other vent portion with air permeability is optionally disposed on an inner face side of the molding frame. A gap between the honeycomb fired bodies and a gap between the molding frame and the honeycomb fired bodies are filled with a sealing material paste. The sealing material paste includes inorganic particles and/or inorganic fibers. The sealing material paste is dried to solidify the sealing material paste and to form an adhesive layer and a coat layer. The sealing material paste is in contact with at least a part of the vent portion during the drying.10-27-2011
20090176053HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE, HONEYCOMB CATALYTIC BODY AND MANUFACTURING METHOD OF THE SAME - There are disclosed a honeycomb structure capable of providing a honeycomb catalytic body which is excellent in purification efficiency with a small pressure loss and which can be mounted even in a limited space, a honeycomb catalytic body which is excellent in purification efficiency with a small pressure loss and which can be mounted even in a limited space, and a manufacturing method of the same. A honeycomb catalytic body 07-09-2009
20110189429FABRICATION TECHNIQUES TO ENHANCE PRESSURE UNIFORMITY IN ANODICALLY BONDED VAPOR CELLS - A method of fabricating vapor cells comprises forming a plurality of vapor cell dies in a first wafer having an interior surface region and a perimeter, and forming a plurality of interconnected vent channels in the first wafer. The vent channels provide at least one pathway for gas from each vapor cell die to travel outside of the perimeter of the first wafer. The method further comprises anodically bonding a second wafer to one side of the first wafer, and anodically bonding a third wafer to an opposing side of the first wafer. The vent channels allow gas toward the interior surface region of the first wafer to be in substantially continuous pressure-equilibrium with gas outside of the perimeter of the first wafer during the anodic bonding of the second and third wafers to the first wafer.08-04-2011
20110189430Systems and Methods for Providing Vacuum Encapsulation for Climate Control Panels - A climate control system according to implementations of the invention includes one or more vacuum chambers. The vacuum chamber is encompassed by a chamber wall that is substantially impervious to gases. The vacuum chamber houses one of several combinations. In one combination, the near vacuum has yet to be created, and the vacuum chamber houses substantially-pure carbon dioxide and un-reacted carbon dioxide reducing agent. In a second combination, the near vacuum has been created, and the vacuum chamber houses reaction products of a chemical reaction between substantially-pure carbon dioxide and carbon dioxide reducing agent in a near vacuum. Various methods are used for creating vacuum chambers and for generating near vacuum conditions within such chambers. Various systems and structures can utilize such vacuum chambers and panels containing such chambers.08-04-2011
20120308769Honeycomb Body Interdigitated Mixers and Methods for Producing - Honeycomb body interdigitating mixers are disclosed along with methods for producing them, the honeycomb body having parallel cells extending along a common direction, the mixer comprising a first fluid path extending within the honeycomb body along a first path direction perpendicular to the common direction, the first fluid path defined within a first plurality of said cells, at least a high aspect ratio portion of the first fluid path having an aspect ratio of height in the common direction to width perpendicular to the common direction and to the first path direction of at least 3:1, and a second fluid path extending within the honeycomb body along a second path direction perpendicular to the common direction, the second fluid path defined within a second plurality of said cells, at least a high aspect ratio portion of the second fluid path having an aspect ratio of height in the common direction to width perpendicular to the common direction and to the second path direction of at least 3:1, wherein the first fluid path is fluidically connected to the second fluid path within their respective high aspect ratio portions via a group of apertures, the group extending in the common direction, the group of apertures taken together having a ratio of height in the common direction to width perpendicular to the common direction of at least 3:1.12-06-2012
20120308768Moldable Fly-Away Tool Structure System - A composite structure includes a first face sheet, a second face sheet, and a foam member located between the first face sheet and the second face sheet. The foam member has a molded contour, the mold contour being configured to provide tooling surface for at least one of the first face sheet and the second face sheet prior to curing of the composite structure. A method of making the foam member includes creating a mold tool having an interior surface which resembles the desired outer contour of the foam member. A mixture is poured into a pour opening in the mold tool. The mixture is allowed to polymerize into a foam as the foam expands and distributes within the mold tool. Vent openings in the mold tool are selectively tailored to control the density of the foam member. The foam member is cured in the mold tool.12-06-2012
20100021683FLEXIBLE HEATED PLANAR ELEMENT - A double-sidedly self-adhesive planar element which is intrinsically heatable in a self-regulating way and at the same time has a particularly high flexibility. The planar element has a layer sequence of a posistor heating layer, a contacting layer and an adhesive layer, the contacting layer being a two-dimensional perforate contacting element which within the planar element is therefore present as a contacting element which has not been applied to a backing. Also disclosed is an adhesively bonded assembly of a bonding substrate and a planar element of the aforesaid kind, a method of producing a planar element of the aforesaid kind, and a method of using a planar element of the aforesaid kind for heating an adhesively bonded assembly.01-28-2010
20090022941SELF-ADHESIVE ELEMENT - The invention relates to self-adhesive elements which can be fastened to the most varied adhesive bodies and can be used for the most varied applications. It is the object of the invention to propose elements which can be fastened in a self-adhesive manner to the different adhesive bodies, with the fastening having to be possible in a detachable manner and a multiple use of the elements being possible. At least one sensor/pickup, an electronic element, an optoelectronic element and/or an actuator are present in a self-adhesive element in accordance with the invention. Elastically deformable pimple-shaped elevated portions are formed at a surface of the element to which an adhesive body can be connected in a self-adhesive and detachable manner. The surface of the pimple-shaped elevated portions is spherically curved at least in the region which is in touching contact with the adhesive body.01-22-2009
20090035511 Fiber-Based Ceramic Substrate and Method of Fabricating the Same - Low cost aluminosilicate fibers are used to form a ceramic substrate material using inorganic binders that promote the formation of stable compounds that inhibit the formation of crystal silica, or cristobalite, when the substrate is used or exposed to high operating temperatures. The aluminosilicate fibers are mixed with additives including organic and inorganic binders and a fluid to form a plastic mixture. The plastic mixture is formed into a green substrate, and subsequently cured into the ceramic substrate. The fiber-based constituents permit the formation of rigid porous structures for filtration, insulation, and high temperature processes and chemical reactions.02-05-2009
20090011177EXHAUST GAS CLEANING CATALYST AND PROCESS FOR PRODUCING THE SAME - The present invention relates to an exhaust gas cleaning catalyst, and aiming at providing a catalyst which has a higher catalytic activity than that of conventional catalysts and, in particular, a strong ability to oxidize nitrogen monoxide. The present invention relates to an exhaust gas cleaning catalyst whose catalytic component is supported on a carrier, characterized in that the catalytic component is platinum colloid which has an average particle size of 80 nm to 120 nm, a particle size D01-08-2009
20090035510COMPOSITE STRUCTURE HAVING REINFORCED CORE AND METHOD OF MAKING SAME - A polymer-based composite sandwich includes a core bonded between fiber reinforced resin facesheets. The core includes a truss formed by groups of composite pins held in a low density foam. The pins in each group intersect to form nodes adjacent to one of the facesheets. The ends of the pins extend parallel and are bonded to the facesheets.02-05-2009
20090311469Composite Plate and Method of Draining a Composite Plate - The present invention concerns a composite plate (12-17-2009
20100310819ALUMINUM-TITANATE-BASED CERAMIC HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE, ITS PRODUCTION METHOD, AND STARTING MATERIAL POWDER FOR PRODUCING SAME - A ceramic honeycomb structure having a large number of flow paths partitioned by porous cell walls, the cell walls comprising at least main crystals of aluminum titanate, in which MgO and SiO12-09-2010
20090098335EPOXY RESIN COMPOSITION FOR FIBER-REINFORCED COMPOSITE MATERIAL - Provided is an epoxy resin composition for fiber-reinforced composite materials, which is improved in toughness necessary for improving the strength of self-adhesion of a matrix resin for use in a prepreg for a face sheet of a honeycomb panel. The epoxy resin composition, which comprises: an epoxy resin (A); a thermoplastic resin (B); fine solid resin particles (C); and a curing agent (D), is characterized in that the epoxy resin composition after being cured has a morphology in which the epoxy resin (A) and the thermoplastic resin (B) form co-continuous phases, and the fine solid resin particles (C) are dispersed in at least the continuous phase of the epoxy resin (A) in the co-continuous phases.04-16-2009
20080233345Face finished honeycomb structures and methods of manufacturing same - A method for producing a ceramic honeycomb structure comprises providing a honeycomb body having a side surface, a first cut end surface, a second cut end surface opposite the first end surface, and a maximum width (W), and removing material from at least one of the cut end surfaces of the honeycomb body to reduce the length (L), wherein the step of removing material comprises abrasively removing material from at least one of the ends with a rotating abrasive tool, such as by grinding, and wherein L/W is greater than 0.75. The method may achieve end flatness, parallelism, surface roughness and length accuracy, or combinations thereof which heretofore, were unachievable. Face finished ceramic honeycomb structures having low surface roughness (Ra), high degree of parallelism and accurate lengths are also disclosed.09-25-2008
20090291252HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE AND MANUFACTURING METHOD OF THE HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE - A honeycomb structure includes at least one honeycomb unit having opening ratio (P) of at least approximately 50% and at most approximately 65% and a cell density ρ of at least approximately 31/cm11-26-2009
20120301666ALPHA-ALUMINA INORGANIC MEMBRANE SUPPORT AND METHOD OF MAKING THE SAME - Compositions for making alpha-alumina supports for, for example, inorganic membranes are described. Methods for controlling the alumina and pore former particle sizes and other process variables are described which facilitate desirable porosity, pore distribution and strength characteristics of the resulting alpha-alumina inorganic membrane supports.11-29-2012
20120301665SANDWICH PANELS - A structural panel comprising an internal core material having first and second opposing faces, first and second face sheets bonded to the first and second opposing faces respectively, wherein the panel comprises an open-structured sheet, interposed between a first face of the core material and its respective face sheet and the panel comprises less than 200 gsm adhesive.11-29-2012
20120301664HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE COMPRISING AN OUTER CEMENT SKIN AND A CEMENT THEREFOR - Disclosed is a honeycomb catalyst support structure comprising a honeycomb body and an outer layer or skin formed of a cement comprising an amorphous glass powder with a multimodal particle size distribution applied to an exterior surface of the honeycomb body. The multimodal particle size distribution is achieved through the use of a first glass powder having a first median particle size and at least a second glass powder having a second median particle size. In some embodiments, the first and second glass powders are the same amorphous glass consisting of fused silica. The cement may further include a fine-grained, sub-micron sized silica in the form of colloidal silica. The cement exhibits a coefficient of thermal expansion less than 15×1011-29-2012
20090252918SANDWICH MATERIAL - The invention relates to a sandwich material comprising two top layers and a core material, wherein the core material is built up from a sandwich material consisting of layers of thermoplastic honeycomb material which are connected to each other by means of fiber reinforced plastic layers and wherein said plastic layers are at right angles relative to said top layers, and to a method for manufacturing such sandwich material.10-08-2009
20080286522Honeycomb having a low coefficient of thermal expansion and articles made from same - This invention relates to a honeycomb and articles made therefrom, the articles having cell walls provided with a structural or matrix resin, the planes of the cell walls being parallel to the Z-dimension of the honeycomb, the honeycomb cell walls comprising 5 to 35 parts by weight thermoplastic material having a melting point of from 120° C. to 350° C. and a coefficient of thermal expansion of 180 ppm/° C. or less; and 65 to 95 parts by weight of a high modulus fiber having a modulus of 525 grams per denier (480 grams per dtex) or greater and having an axial coefficient of thermal expansion of 2 ppm/° C. or less, based on the total amount of thermoplastic and high modulus fiber in the honeycomb cell walls; wherein the honeycomb has a coefficient of thermal expansion in the Z-dimension of 10 ppm/° C. or less as measured by ASTM E831.11-20-2008
20090258185Metallic doubler for repair of a gas turbine engine part - A method and system of repairing an engine part having a cracked metal skin bonded to a honeycomb core includes removing a portion of the honeycomb that corresponds to a cracked portion of the metal skin. A crack in the metal skin originates from an edge of the engine part. A portion of the honeycomb is removed to form a slot in the honeycomb beginning at the edge of the part. A doubler is inserted into the slot in the honeycomb and is attached to an underside of the metal skin to form a lap joint between the doubler and the metal skin. In one embodiment, the portion of the metal skin that includes the crack remains. In an alternative embodiment, the cracked portion of the metal skin is removed and a metal patch is attached to the doubler such that the patch replaces the removed metal skin.10-15-2009
20090252921METHOD FOR THE PRODUCTION OF A SANDWICH COMPONENT HAVING A HONEYCOMB CORE AND THE SANDWICH COMPONENT OBTAINED IN THIS WAY - The invention relates to a method for the production of a fiber reinforced sandwich component (10-08-2009
20120207967CEMENT TO MAKE THERMAL SHOCK RESISTANT CERAMIC HONEYCOMB STRUCTURES AND METHOD TO MAKE THEM - An improved ceramic honeycomb structure is comprised of at least two separate smaller ceramic honeycombs that have been adhered together by a cement layer comprised of a cement layer has at least two regions of differing porosity or cement layer where the ratio of toughness/Young's modulus is at least about 0.1 MPa·m08-16-2012
20090110874Sports Flooring - A flooring, preferentially designed to be used for laying running tracks, includes a treading layer constituted by an elastomer mass and a supporting layer also constituted by an elastomer mass. The supporting layer has, on the side opposite to the treading layer, an array of cavities delimited by ribbings constituting a mesh of uniform ribbings. The cavities are cavities having an elongated shape in the direction of running on the flooring. The cavities occupy a volume equal to at least 28%, and preferentially at least 30%, of the volume of the supporting layer.04-30-2009
20100003453HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE - A honeycomb structure includes: a periphery-ground article obtained by grinding an outer peripheral portion of a cell structure 01-07-2010
20120114900SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR FORMING A SUPPORT ARTICLE - A collapsible support article having a bi-directional corrugated structure is defined by folding along folds lines in an accordion style resulting in peak and valley rows with first and second connections points being defined along the folds lines to generate a second direction of the structure. The first connection points are connected at each peak or valley and each second connection point is connected to adjacent peak or valley rows to define the structural unit. The material used as well as spacing between connection points and the distance between the fold lines determine the strength of and the visibility through the structural unit. The structural unit may be used as a single unit for packing material, as a travel pillow or a plurality of joined structural units to define a sleep suit. Variations in the structural unit may result in a curved support article or a contoured support article.05-10-2012
20120064286HONEYCOMB STRUCTURAL BODY - A honeycomb structural body includes porous partition walls arranged to form a plurality of cells which become through channels of a fluid, porosities of the partition walls are from 45 to 70%, a pore diameter distribution of the partition walls is measured by mercury porosimetry, the pore diameter distribution indicates a bimodal distribution, in the bimodal distribution, a pore diameter at the maximum peak value of a small pore side distribution is from 1 to 10 μm, and a pore diameter at the maximum peak value of a large pore side distribution exceeds 10 μm, and a ratio between a pore volume of the small pores and a pore volume of the large pores is in a range of 1:7 to 1:1 in the honeycomb structural body.03-15-2012
20120064285MULTIFUNCTIONAL NANO-SKIN ARTICLES AND METHODS - Methods for vibration and acoustic abatement. The methods comprise providing a substrate with a composite layer deposited thereon, the substrate receiving a vibration energy sufficient to provide at least one bending wave therein, and converting at least a portion of the vibration energy sufficient to cause the at least one bending wave to at least one shear wave in at least a portion of the composite layer. The composite layer comprises an elastomeric polymer matrix comprising carbon nano tubes dispersed or distributed therein. Articles with the composite layer comprising carbon nano tubes disposed thereon are also disclosed and described.03-15-2012
20120156423Falling-Film Reactor Fluid Distributors and Methods - A fluid distribution or fluid extraction structure for honeycomb-substrate based falling film reactors is provided, the structure comprising a one or two-piece non-porous honeycomb substrate having a plurality of cells extending in parallel in a common direction from a first end of the substrate to a second and divided by cell walls, and a plurality of lateral channels extending along a channel direction perpendicular to the common direction, the channels defined by the absence of cell walls or the breach of cell walls along the channel direction, the channels being closed or sealed to fluid passage in the common direction but open to the exterior of the structure through one or more ports in a side of the structure, the channels being in fluid communication with the plurality of cells via holes or slots extending through respective cell walls, the holes or slots having a width and a length, the width being equal to or less than the length, and the width at widest being less than 150 μm. Methods of fabrication are also disclosed.06-21-2012
20090297766HONEYCOMB FILTER - A honeycomb segment has two kinds of cells having different cross-sectional areas in a cross-section cut along a plane perpendicular to the longitudinal direction of the segnent. When the cells are cut along a plane perpendicular to the longitudinal direction of the cells, each cross-sectional area of first cells (large cells) is larger than that of second cells (small cells). The first cells are formed into an octagon where corners are cut off or into a square having circular arc corners. The second cells are formed into a square. The thickness of a 1-1 wall between the adjacent first cells is larger than that of a 1-2 wall between each first cell and each second cell adjacent to the first cell.12-03-2009
20090130380METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING POUROUS STRUCTURE AND METHOD FOR FORMING PATTERN - A pattern forming material contains a block copolymer or graft copolymer and forms a structure having micro polymer phases, in which, with respect to at least two polymer chains among polymer chains constituting the block copolymer or graft copolymer, the ratio between N/(Nc−No) values of monomer units constituting respective polymer chains is 1.4 or more, where N represents total number of atoms in the monomer unit, Nc represents the number of carbon atoms in the monomer unit, No represents the number of oxygen atoms in the monomer unit.05-21-2009
20090130379EPOXY RESIN COMPOSITION FOR FIBER-REINFORCED COMPOSITE MATERIAL - Provided is an epoxy resin composition for fiber-reinforced composite materials, which serves as a matrix resin for a prepreg. This epoxy resin composition is improved in tackiness stability during storage, while maintaining mechanical characteristics. The epoxy resin composition for fiber-reinforced composite materials is characterized by containing 25 to 50 parts by weight of an amine curing agent (B) selected from aliphatic polyamines, alicyclic polyamines and aromatic polyamines, and 1 to 20 parts by weight of an organic acid dihydrazide compound (C) having a melting point of not less than 150° C., per 100 parts by weight of an epoxy resin (A).05-21-2009
20090130378HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE AND METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING THE SAME - A honeycomb structure includes a ceramic block including a plurality of honeycomb fired bodies, a first adhesive layer, and a second adhesive layer. The plurality of honeycomb fired bodies includes center-portion honeycomb fired bodies located at a center portion in a cross-section perpendicular to the longitudinal direction and peripheral honeycomb fired bodies surrounding the center-portion honeycomb fired bodies. The first adhesive layer is interposed between the center-portion honeycomb fired bodies to connect the center-portion honeycomb fired bodies. The second adhesive layer is interposed between each of the center-portion honeycomb fired bodies and each of the peripheral honeycomb fired bodies and between the peripheral honeycomb fired bodies. An adhesive strength α between the center-portion honeycomb fired bodies bonded via the first adhesive layer is higher than an adhesive strength β between honeycomb fired bodies bonded via the second adhesive layer.05-21-2009
20100247853CERAMIC HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE - There is provided a ceramic honeycomb structure usable as a catalyst substrate and being improved warm-up properties and thermal insulation properties, and being excellent in exhaust gas purification performance; by employing larger heat capacity and larger thermal conductivity compared with a material of the partition walls in at least one of insides and surfaces of the respective partition walls.09-30-2010
20100247850METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE AND HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE - There is provided a method for manufacturing a honeycomb structure comprising the steps of: forming kneaded clay containing a forming mixture of cordierite-forming materials and an organic binder to manufacture a honeycomb formed article, and firing the honeycomb formed article. The forming mixture contains at least hydrophilic talc. The method enables to perform extrusion forming at a high rate even without raising an apparatus load in order to improve productivity and can provide a honeycomb structure.09-30-2010
20100247851SEALING MATERIAL FOR HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE, HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE, AND METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE - A sealing material for a honeycomb structure includes inorganic fibers, inorganic particles, and an ion adsorbent. The inorganic fibers include a biosoluble inorganic compound. The ion adsorbent is in an amount of about 0.1% by weight or more.09-30-2010
20100247854BONDED HONEYCOMB SEGMENT ASSEMBLY - A bonded honeycomb segment assembly has plurality of honeycomb segments each including cell structure having plurality of cells as fluid passages partitioned by porous partition walls and provided in parallel with one another, and outer wall provided in the outer periphery of the cell structure. The outer wall of each of the plurality of honeycomb segments is bonded to one another via bonding layers. Relation of M09-30-2010
20100247849ANTISKID DUNNAGE - The dunnage can be used for protecting edges of articles such as wood furniture during shipping and has a honeycomb panel having a first and second opposed faces, and a first and second adjacent panel sections folded relative to each other along a V-groove extending into the first face, a layer of antiskid cohesive material applied on the V-groove and maintaining said first and second adjacent panels in said folded configuration, and also applied on a substantial portion of one of said first and second adjacent panel sections, on the first face. The cohesive on the exposed face of the folded dunnage acts as an antiskid which reduces the likelihood of the dunnage sliding once applied to the edge of the article, and also reduces the abrasiveness of the honeycomb panel. A process of production is also disclosed where the V-groove can be made on line.09-30-2010
20100247848Sandwich element for sound-absorbing inner cladding of transport means, especially for sound-absorbing inner cladding of aircraft fuselage cells - A sandwich element for a sound-absorbing inner cladding of transport means, such as aircraft fuselage cells, comprising a honeycomb-shaped core structure and cover layers applied to both sides of the core structure. At least one cover layer is constructed as permeable to air at least in sections and a covering is disposed at least in sections on at least one cover layer, wherein a sound absorption layer is disposed at least in sections in the area of at least one cover layer.09-30-2010
20100239811HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE - There is provided a honeycomb structure comprising a plurality of honeycomb segments having porous partition walls separating and forming a plurality of cells and an outer peripheral wall located in the outermost periphery, first cells each open in an end portion on one side and plugged in the other end portion on the other side and second cells each plugged in the end portion on the one side and open in the other end portion on the other side being alternately disposed with the first cells having an area larger than that of the second cells in a cross section perpendicular to the central axial direction, and the outer peripheral wall having protruding portions along an external shape of the first cells and depressed portions along an external shape of the second cells. The honeycomb segments are bonded to each other with a bonding member.09-23-2010
20110183104SANDWICH PANEL WITH INTEGRATED REINFORCING STRUCTURE AND METHOD FOR THE PRODUCTION THEREOF - A Sandwich panel with a core structure, in particular with a honeycomb-shaped core structure, and plane-parallel cover layers applied to both sides of this core structure, to form a floor surface in a fuselage airframe of an aircraft, the core structure having at least one recess into which at least one reinforcing structure is integrated, wherein the at least one reinforcing structure is formed with at least one core, said core having at least one recess into which a stopper is introduced, into which at least one attachment element can be introduced to attach at least one further component to the sandwich panel, and a plurality of prepreg strips which each have a uniform fibre running direction being wound around the core. In addition, the invention relates to a method for the production of a sandwich panel according to the invention.07-28-2011
20120135186Cordierite Porous Ceramic Honeycomb Articles With Delayed Microcrack Evolution - A porous ceramic honeycomb article includes a primary cordierite phase and an intercrystalline glass phase. In an as-fired condition, the porous ceramic honeycomb article exhibits microcrack parameter Nb05-31-2012
20120251768HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE, MANUFACTURING METHOD THEREOF, AND CATALYST CARRYING HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE - There is disclosed a honeycomb structure onto which a large amount of catalyst can be carried while suppressing an increase in pressure drop. In a honeycomb structure 10-04-2012
20120171412ALUMINA TITANATE POROUS STRUCTURE - A porous structure comprising a ceramic material, mainly formed by or consisting of an oxide material comprising titanium, aluminum, zirconium and silicium satisfying the following composition, in wt % on the basis of the oxides: 07-05-2012
20120177877INSULATING HONEYCOMB PANEL - Laminar structures comprising two facing panels separated by a honeycomb structure containing foamed elastomeric material in the cells provide a combination of sound insulation and fire retardancy in a compact light weight foam which can be produced using traditional manufacturing techniques.07-12-2012
20120177875High porosity ceramic honeycomb article containing rare earth oxide and method of manufacturing same - The present invention describes a high porosity (% P≧45%), refractory, ceramic article comprising a cordierite ceramic phase and at least about 0.1 wt.% of a rare earth oxide, such as yttrium oxide or lanthanum oxide. When compared to typical high-porosity cordierite articles, the articles of the present invention may exhibit relatively high strength, relatively low microcracking, relatively high strain tolerance (MOR/E), and/or relatively high thermal shock resistance (TSP).07-12-2012
20120258278Waterproof, weather resistant tiled table - A tabletop includes a honeycomb panel including a honeycomb core attached to a top and bottom skin. The top surface of the top skin is decorated with tiles adhered to the panel and waterproofed with a hydrophobic, flexible silicone sealer/adhesive. The sealer/adhesive provides moisture resistance and compensation for the differences in the coefficient of thermal expansion of the honeycomb panel and the tiles adhered to the panel. The honeycomb panel may be a metal, preferably aluminum.10-11-2012
20120082821Adhesive label and method of producing the same - An adhesive label (04-05-2012
20110123761BIODEGRADABLE SURFACE PROTECTION SYSTEM MAT - A mat for protecting surfaces from the accumulation of liquids is disclosed. The mat comprises a molded polymeric grid layer made of an elastomeric material having several openings and an absorbent core. The absorbent core comprises a moisture absorbent layer and a moisture barrier layer. The grid layer has a surface engaging perimeter, and the moisture barrier comprises a skid resistant material. The various layers and materials used are either inherently biodegradable or rendered biodegradable through the use of one or more additives.05-26-2011
20130171407ACOUSTIC CORE - A panel assembly and method of making the same, whereby the panel assembly includes an adhesive located onto one or more edges of a layered honeycomb structure and a mesh material adhered in between the layered honeycomb structure by the adhesive.07-04-2013
20110045233DIMENSIONAL CONTROL DURING FIRING TO FORM ALUMINUM TITANATE HONEYCOMB STRUCTURES - A method for controlling the dimensional shrinkage or growth of AT honeycomb structures during the firing process by control of the alkali metal ion content in the AT-forming batch materials extruded into an AT green body structure that is heated to form the fired AT honeycomb structure.02-24-2011
20120321840THREE-DIMENSIONAL WORKPIECE - A three-dimensional workpiece including a first ductile plate, a second ductile plate and a core layer is provided. The core layer is located between the first ductile plate and the second ductile plate. The first ductile plate, the second ductile plate and the core layer are bound together and have a three-dimensional shape. The first ductile plate has a flat area and a curved area. The core layer has a core flat area and a core curved area. The core flat area is superposed with the plate flat area and the core curved area is superposed with the plate curved area.12-20-2012
20110236627HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE AND METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING A HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE - A honeycomb structure includes honeycomb fired bodies, adhesive layers, and edge members. Each of the honeycomb fired bodies has a first end face, a second end face, and side faces. The adhesive layers are disposed on the side faces to bond the honeycomb fired bodies to each other. Each of the side faces has a first side that is one side of one of the first end face and the second end face. The edge members are disposed on the side faces and including an inorganic material. Each of the edge members has a substantially quadrangular pillar shape with a second side that has substantially a same width as the first side and that is disposed such that the second side is in a vicinity of one of the first end face and the second end face.09-29-2011
20110236628CERAMIC HONEYCOMB FILTER WITH ENHANCED THERMAL SHOCK RESISTANCE - Thermal shock resistance of a ceramic honeycomb structure is increased through modifications of the cell wall joints. Wall joints can be modified such that a longitudinally-extending opening is created, putting two or more cells that meet at the wall joint in fluid communication through such opening. In such a case, all walls that meet at such a modified joint must join at least one other wall at that joint. Alternatively, wall joints can be modified by providing stress concentrating notches which extend into the joint from two or more cells that share the joint.09-29-2011
20100239812HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE - There is provided a honeycomb structure including a plurality of honeycomb segments having porous partition walls separating and forming a plurality of cells functioning as fluid passages and an outer peripheral wall located in the outermost periphery. The first cells open in an end portion on one side and plugged in the other end portion on the other side and the second cells plugged in the end portion on the one side and open in the other end portion on the other side are alternately disposed. The first cells have an area larger than that of the second cells in a cross section perpendicular to the central axial direction. The outer peripheral wall has protruding portions along an external shape of the first cells and depressed portions along an external shape of the second cells. The honeycomb segments are bonded together with a bonding member.09-23-2010
20100233425CERAMIC HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE AND ITS PRODUCTION METHOD - A honeycomb structure having a crystal phase composed of aluminum titanate and mullite, which is obtained by sintering a honeycomb molding made of a mixture comprising titania powder, alumina powder, silica powder and mullite powder, the mixture containing 1-10 parts by mass of silica powder and 5-30 parts by mass of mullite powder per the total amount (100 parts by mass) of the titania powder and the alumina powder, and the mullite powder containing 40-60% by mass of particles having particle sizes of 10-50 μm and 5-30% by mass of particles having particle sizes of 3 μm or less, and its production method.09-16-2010
20120276326INSULATING MOLDED PART AND METHOD FOR THE PRODUCTION THEREOF - An insulating molded part, comprising an upper part (11-01-2012
20120276324ADDITIVES COMPRISING CELLULOSE ETHERS FOR CERAMICS EXTRUSION - The present invention relates to specific additives comprising cellulose ether for improving the extrudability of ceramic masses and other masses which set as a result of baking or sintering, a corresponding extrusion process, the extrudates and their use.11-01-2012
20120276325ALUMINA TITANATE POROUS STRUCTURE - Porous structure comprising an oxide ceramic material comprising, on the basis of the corresponding simple oxides: Al11-01-2012
20110274873COMPOSITE PANELS HAVING IMPROVED FLUID IMPERMEABILITY - A prepreg composite material that includes a fiber layer and a resin comprising a thermoset resin component, a curing agent and a fibrous micropulp. The micropulp component is an aramid fiber having a volume average length of from 0.01 to 100 micrometers. The prepreg is useful in composite panel construction for minimizing fluid permeation into the cured structure. This prepreg is particularly suitable for making honeycomb sandwich panels. Film adhesives, liquid and paste resins containing aramid fiber micropulp are also disclosed.11-10-2011
20120094061Formable Protector - A sandwich construction including a core having inner and outer surfaces and comprising a sheet material oriented extending between the inner and outer core surfaces in a configuration providing resistance to crushing in a direction between the inner and outer surfaces. The formable protector further includes an outer facing layer of a sheet material adhered to the outer surface of the core layer; and an inner facing layer adhered to the core inner surface and being sufficiently deformable to conform to a sharp edge of a protected object when the protector is bent therearound, and being substantially more compressible or stretchable than the outer facing layer. The core has sufficient resistance to crushing and the outer facing layer is sufficiently durable for causing the core to partially crush when the protector is bent around the sharp edge while partially retaining crushing resistance for protecting the sharp edge against impact.04-19-2012
20130011604TEMPLATED GROWTH OF POROUS OR NON-POROUS CASTINGS - A method of forming a templated casting involves incorporating a liquid feedstock into the channels of a honeycomb substrate to form a feedstock-laden substrate, and directionally solidifying the liquid feedstock within the channels.01-10-2013
20120100337BOARD STRUCTURE FOR VEHICLE AND MANUFACTURING METHOD OF THE SAME - Provided is a board structure for a vehicle, which includes a durable hinge portion while light weight and high rigidity of the board structure are maintained. The board structure includes: hinge portion 04-26-2012
20120100336CERAMIC HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE WITH APPLIED INORGANIC SKIN - A skin is applied to a ceramic honeycomb. The skin is formed by applying a skin-forming composition and drying it. The skin-forming composition includes a carrier liquid, colloidal silica and/or colloidal alumina, and an inorganic filler. The filler includes an inorganic fiber. The filler may contain low aspect ratio particles that have the same or nearly the same CTE as the inorganic fiber. The filler may include a small proportion of a low aspect ratio filler particle that has a different CTE than the inorganic fiber.04-26-2012
20090022944HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE BODY - In a honeycomb structure 01-22-2009
20100203284SEALING MATERIAL FOR HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE, HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE, AND METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE - A sealing material for a honeycomb structure includes inorganic fibers, an oxide sol, inorganic particles, and a metal-containing material. The inorganic fibers include a biosoluble inorganic compound. The metal-containing material contains at least one of Mg, Ca, and Sr. The sealing material is acidic.08-12-2010
20090029105HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE AND METHOD FOR PRODUCING SAME - Disclosed is a honeycomb structure which is bonded with a bonding material containing 0.1 to 10 mass % of a layered clay mineral. Also disclosed are a honeycomb structure which is bonded with a bonding material containing 0.1 to 10 mass % of an organic binder, and a honeycomb structure which is bonded with a bonding material having a Casson yield value of 6 Pa or more. Further disclosed is a method for producing such a honeycomb structure.01-29-2009
20080206514Non-Cylindrical Catalytic-Converter Carrier Element and Tool, and Method for Manufacturing it - A method for the production of a converter-carrier body having a metallic honeycomb body made of a plurality of metal layers, especially smooth layers and corrugated layers, the layers having layer ends, such that an outer shape of the honeycomb body is formed by the layer ends. At least one stack is produced having several alternately disposed metal layers that are structured such that channels are formed for a fluid to flow through. The at least one stack is transformed into a honeycomb body having a cylindrical form. The honeycomb body is deformed from the cylindrical form so that an outer shape that deviates from the cylindrical form is produced. Additionally, the invention relates to a corresponding converter-carrier body and a tool for the production thereof.08-28-2008
20100167005DIRECTLY DECORATABLE COMPOSITE MATERIALS, METHOD FOR THEIR MANUFACTURE AND THEIR USE - The invention relates to directly decoratable and/or printable composite materials suitable in particular as materials in interior finishing, for linings, constructions and for the manufacture of furniture and similar products.07-01-2010
20080292842Carbon Fiber Substrate and Method for Forming the Same - A porous carbon fiber substrate and method of forming the same including providing a fiber material including carbon, providing at least one extrusion aid and providing at least one bonding phase material. The fiber material, the at least one extrusion aid and the at least one bonding phase material are mixed with a fluid. The mixed fiber material, at least one extrusion aid, at least one bonding phase material and fluid are extruded into a green honeycomb substrate. The green honeycomb substrate is fired, enabling bond formation and forming a porous carbon fiber honeycomb substrate.11-27-2008
20100129600CORDIERITE FORMING BATCH COMPOSITIONS AND CORDIERITE BODIES MANUFACTURED THEREFROM - Disclosed are cordierite bodies having relatively high porosity and controlled pore size. The porous cordierite bodies generally include a primary cordierite ceramic phase as defined herein. Also disclosed are methods for making and using the cordierite bodies.05-27-2010
20100129599LOW THERMAL MASS CORDIERITE BODIES AND METHODS FOR MAKING SAME - Disclosed are cordierite bodies having relatively low thermal mass with good mechanical strength. The porous cordierite bodies generally include a primary cordierite ceramic phase as defined herein. Also disclosed are methods for making and using the cordierite bodies.05-27-2010
20130022780THERMOSETTING RESIN COMPOSITION, THERMOSETTING RESIN COMPOSITION FOR FIBER-REINFORCED COMPOSITE MATERIAL, PREPARED USING THE SAME, AND HONEYCOMB SANDWICH PANEL - An object of the present invention is to provide a thermosetting resin composition having superior toughness. The thermosetting resin composition of the present invention includes a thermosetting resin, and an adsorbing filler in which a thermoplastic resin C is adsorbed on a filler, wherein an adsorption coefficient that is greater than 0 and less than or equal to 0.8, defined by Formula 1 below, is satisfied.01-24-2013
20080233346Repair of a composite sandwich structure having a perforated skin - A method of restoring a section of a composite having a honeycomb bonded to a perforated skin includes the steps of separating a first honeycomb from the perforated skin to expose a portion of the perforated skin, inserting pins through perforations in the perforated skin, extending the pins through a repair material, attaching the repair material to the exposed portion of the perforated skin, and attaching a second honeycomb to the repair material. The method may include removing material from the exposed portion of the perforated skin, prior to inserting pins through the perforations, to create a more even bonding surface for attaching the repair material.09-25-2008
20080220205HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE AND HONEYCOMB CATALYST - A honeycomb structure 09-11-2008
20080220204DISPLAY PANEL, METHOD OF MANUFACTURING A DISPLAY PANEL, AND DISPLAY UNIT - A display panel includes a sheet having first and second spaced apart surfaces defining a space therebetween and a plurality of partitions extending from the first surface to the second surface and dividing the space into a plurality of cells, wherein the thickness of each partition is in a range of 0.01 to 10 μm.09-11-2008
20080220203Cell Structure And Method Of Manufacturing The Same - There is provided a cell structure, where the outer wall portion has high heat-insulating ability, the cell structural portion has a high temperature rise rate, and a temperature distribution is more uniform, and a method for manufacturing the cell structure. The cell structure 09-11-2008
20080268200Methods and apparatus for making honeycomb structures with chamfered after-applied skin and honeycomb structures produced thereby - The present invention provides methods for manufacturing a honeycomb filter having an after-applied skin with chamfered edges formed on the face-ends of the honeycomb filter structure. Apparatus for the manufacture of these honeycomb structures having after-applied skin with chamfered edges are also provided. In addition, honeycomb filter structures with chamfered after-applied skins are provided10-30-2008
20120251767HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE - A honeycomb structure includes a plurality of honeycomb fired bodies. Each of the plurality of honeycomb fired bodies is combined with one another by an adhesive layer interposed between the honeycomb fired bodies to form a ceramic body. Each of the honeycomb fired bodies has a peripheral wall around each of the honeycomb fired bodies and has a plurality of cells each of which extends along a longitudinal direction of the honeycomb fired body and in parallel with one another. The cells are separated from one another with a cell wall disposed between the cells. The ceramic body includes at least one center-high-heat-capacity honeycomb fired body which is a honeycomb fired body having a heat capacity per unit volume in a central part in a plane perpendicular to the longitudinal direction larger than a heat capacity per unit volume in a peripheral part in the plane.10-04-2012
20130095284COMPOSITE STRUCTURE AND CORE POSITIONING PLY - A composite structure includes a first laminate, a second laminate, and at least one core component located between the first laminate and the second laminate. The at least one core component includes a honeycomb core and at least one locking ply extending from the honeycomb core between the first laminate and the second laminate. The at least one locking ply is configured such that a pressure applied during a cure cycle of the composite structure retains the at least one locking ply between the first laminate and the second laminate thereby preventing movement of core component.04-18-2013
20130122244Aircraft Interior Panels and Methods of Panel Fabrication - A multifunctional fully integral panel system design, a unique material configuration, and a process for fabricating a net shape (or nearly net shape) panel in one production cycle. The panel may comprise a base facing with an outer perimeter, a decorative film applied to the exterior of the base facing, an aft facing having an outer perimeter fused to the base facing, and a reinforcement core disposed between the unfused portions of the base and aft facings, which reinforcement core also acts as acoustic insulation (i.e., a noise attenuator). Alternatively or additionally, a foam core or blanket having thermal and/or acoustic insulation properties is attached to the external surface of the aft facing. The fabrication process involves the application of different heat treatments to panel components having different forming temperature or rubbery/elastic plateaus.05-16-2013
20130122243RESILIENCE CUSHION MAT - We provide a cushioned mat with anti-fatigue qualities. In one embodiment the mat includes a PVC base layer reinforced by a polyester layer and having an indentation that holds a woven PVC fabric insert. Glue is applied to the insert and/or the base layer, which is then heat-pressed to complete and enhance the bond. The resulting product has enhanced comfort and durability properties05-16-2013
20090311468HEATSHIELD USING ABLATIVE MATERIAL AND METHOD OF MAKING SAME - A method of forming a heat shield that involves thermally stabilizing a plurality of phenolic microspheres; mixing the thermally stabilized phenolic microspheres with a phenolic resin to form a phenolic ablative material; compressing the phenolic ablative material into a honeycomb core; and allowing the phenolic ablative material to cure.12-17-2009
20110212293ECO-FRIENDLY INCOMBUSTIBLE BIOCOMPOSITE AND METHOD FOR PREPARING THE SAME - Disclosed is an eco-friendly incombustible biocomposite including: a) a polymer matrix comprising a natural fiber; and b) a ceramic sheet laminated integrally with the polymer matrix. The biocomposite is eco-friendly since the natural fiber is used as a reinforcement material and is incombustible since it is laminated integrally with the ceramic sheet. Further, it has superior storage modulus, dimensional stability and flexural properties and lightweightness, and is processable into various structures. Thus, it is very useful for automotive or building indoor/outdoor materials.09-01-2011
20080199654Method for Producing an Annular Honeycomb Body, and Annular Honeycomb Body - A method for producing a honeycomb body includes providing an annular radial partial region with channels through which a fluid can flow. The honeycomb body is formed from at least one metallic layer fastened at least at one fastening point to an outer casing tube. Each metallic layer has alternating substantially smooth and structured sections folded onto one another. A honeycomb body is also provided. The method and the honeycomb body advantageously permit an annular honeycomb body with low material expenditure and good durability to be produced. 08-21-2008
20110250382HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE AND METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE - A honeycomb structure includes at least one pillar-shaped honeycomb unit and a pair of electrodes. The pillar-shaped honeycomb unit includes an outer peripheral wall and cell walls. The cell walls extend along a longitudinal direction of the honeycomb unit to define cells. The cell walls are composed of a ceramic aggregate having pores. The cell walls contain a substance having an electrical resistivity lower than an electrical resistivity of ceramic forming the ceramic aggregate. The pair of electrodes is arranged at the cell walls and/or the outer peripheral wall.10-13-2011
20090029104HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE - A honeycomb structure 01-29-2009
20100297388COMPOSITE PANEL FOR BLAST AND BALLISTIC PROTECTION - A composite panel comprises a single composite layer and the single composite layer includes a thermoplastic resin matrix, reinforcing fiber, and nano-filler particles. The nano-filler particles are dispersed within the thermoplastic resin matrix to define a nano-filled matrix material. The reinforcing fiber is further disposed within the nano-filled matrix material.11-25-2010
20120282434THERMOSETTING RESIN ADHESIVE CONTAINING IRRADIATED THERMOPLASTIC TOUGHENING AGENT - Thermosetting resins are provided that are toughened with an irradiated thermoplastic toughening agent. The resins have reduced levels of solvent-induced micro crack formation and do not lose their adhesiveness when attacked by solvent. The thermoplastic toughening agent is treated with a sufficient amount of high-energy radiation (e.g. electron beam or gamma rays) to cause reductions in solvent-induced micro crack formation and solvent-induced loss of adhesiveness when compared to the same toughened thermosetting resin in which a non-irradiated version of the thermoplastic toughening agent is used.11-08-2012
20130157000COMPONENT AND TURBOMACHINE HAVING A COMPONENT - A component, especially contrived and designed for being used in a turbomachine, includes a high-temperature coating being arranged above a base of the component. The base has at least one structural element for connecting it to the high-temperature coating, with the cross-section of the at least one structural element having at least three different widths, i.e. a base width at the lower end of the at least one structural element, a center width above it, and a tip width above that, where on average the center width is greater than or equal to the base width, but less than four times the base width, in particular less than or equal to three times the base width.06-20-2013
20130183484CORE STRUCTURES COMPRISING TANNIN RESIN - This invention is directed to a structural core comprising a fibrous web and a matrix resin, the matrix resin comprising from 15 to 75 weight percent of the weight of web plus resin, the matrix resin contains a first resin comprising tannin in an amount of 10 to 100 weight percent and a second resin in the event tannin is not present in an amount of 100 weight percent, A preferred second resin is phenolic, benzoxazine, polyester, cyanate ester, bismaleimide, epoxy, polyimide or combination thereof.07-18-2013
20110305869VEHICLE OUTER SURFACE COMPONENT COMPRISING A GLASS LENS - The invention relates to a vehicle outer surface component, which may be assembled on the outer surface of a vehicle, comprising a support structure with an outer skin having a lens of glass or a material similar to glass. According to the invention, a simple and economical production of such a vehicle outer surface component may be achieved whereby the support structure is a thermoplastic moulded piece or a lightweight composite structure and the outer skin of an at least partly transparent plastic is directly applied to the support structure by spray coating.12-15-2011
20110305868Composite thermal insulation material - A composite thermal insulating material comprises a layer (12-15-2011
20110311762ROOM TEMPERATURE STABLE AGAROSE SOLUTIONS - The present invention provides porous functionalized crosslinked polysaccharide hydrogel coated structures and methods for making the same. The methods include impregnating a porous substrate with a room temperature stable aqueous polysaccharide solution containing, water, a polysaccharide having a concentration in the aqueous solution from about 0.1% to about 20%, a gel-inhibiting agent having a concentration in the aqueous solution from about 18 to about 54%, and an anionic fluorosurfactant having a concentration in the aqueous solution from about 0.001% to about 10% by total weight of the aqueous solution. Followed by evaporating the water from the polysaccharide coating; and exposing the dehydrated polysaccharide coating to a gelling agent form a porous polysaccharide hydrogel coated substrate. The hydrogel coated substrate is exposed to a crosslinking agent to form a porous crosslinked polysaccharide hydrogel coated substrate, which is then functionalized by the attachment of a ligand.12-22-2011
20130189479INFLATABLE PANEL AND METHOD OF MANUFACTURING SAME - An inflatable panel including a first layer formed of a material of low gas permeability and a second layer formed of a material of low gas permeability. The first and second layers are intermittently sealed together via a plurality of first elongated seals, thereby defining a plurality of first tubes between adjacent pairs of the first elongated seals. The panel also includes a third layer of material of low gas permeability. The third and second layers are intermittently sealed together via a plurality of second elongated seals, thereby defining a plurality of second tubes between adjacent pairs of the second elongated seals. Also, the first and second tubes are sealed at front and rear ends thereof, and a gas is provided within each of the tubes, whereby the gas within each of the tubes is prevented from flowing between tubes.07-25-2013
20130189480HONEYCOMB COMPOSITE SUPPORT PART AND METHOD FOR COATING IT - A method for coating a cellulose honeycomb composite support part (07-25-2013
20120003420HONEYCOMB STRUCTURE BODY AND METHOD OF PRODUCING THE SAME - A honeycomb structure body has a honeycomb base body and a pair of electrodes composed of conductive ceramic layers and intermediate layers. The honeycomb base body made of porous ceramics containing SiC is comprised of a cell formation part and an outer peripheral part. The outer peripheral part covers the cell formation part. Each electrode is comprised of a conductive ceramic layer and an intermediate layer. The conductive ceramic layers containing SiC, Si and C are formed at two opposite positions on the outer peripheral part observed from a diameter direction. The intermediate layers containing SiC, Si and C are formed in the outer peripheral part at the parts which face the conductive ceramic layers. The honeycomb structure body satisfies a relationship of 0.5≦t/T≦1, where “t” indicates the thickness of the intermediate layer and “T” indicates the thickness of the outer peripheral part.01-05-2012
20120015139Void Filler Panel - A void filler panel including a first major wall, a second major wall spaced apart from the first major wall and pillars extending between the first and second major walls, wherein the first major wall, the second major wall and the plurality of pillars are formed from a polymeric material.01-19-2012
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20120021167ENERGY ABSORBING SYSTEM - A flexible energy absorbing system including a material coated, impregnated and/or combined with a strain rate sensitive substance is disclosed. The flexible energy absorbing system is formed so as to define repeating adjacent cells, each cell having a re-entrant geometry such that, upon impact, the material locally densifies at the impact site.01-26-2012
20130196112OXIDE MESOSTRUCTURED FILM AND METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING THE SAME - An oxide mesostructured film has a structure in which the orientation direction of cylindrical structures is a given direction throughout in the film plane, at least one peak appears in an angle region corresponding to a plane spacing of 8 nm or more, the number of atoms (X) of silicon to which an alkyl group having 8 or more carbon atoms is bonded to the number of atoms (Y) of silicon or metallic elements among elements constituting oxides of the oxide mesostructured film is 0.1 or more and 0.5 or lower in terms of the atomic number ratio (X/Y).08-01-2013
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