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20110177932CERAMIC WITH IMPROVED HIGH TEMPERATURE ELECTRICAL PROPERTIES FOR USE AS A SPARK PLUG INSULATOR - An insulator including alumina in an amount between about 90 and about 99% by weight and an oxide mixture or glass mixture including Boron Oxide, Phosphorus Oxide, or both Boron and Phosphorus Oxide.07-21-2011
20100113246BLUE GLASS COMPOSITION INTENDED FOR THE MANUFACTURE OF WINDOWS - The invention relates to a glass composition of silica-soda-lime type colored blue which comprises the coloring agents below in a content varying within the following limits, by weight:05-06-2010
20100016142MANUFACTURING METHOD OF SEALING GLASS FOR INTERMEDIATE-TEMPERATURE PLANAR SOFC - The present invention relates to a sealing glass composition for an intermediate-temperature planar SOFC, and a composition herein comprises a mixture of BaO, Al01-21-2010
20130085057METHOD AND CERAMIC COMPONENT - A method of fabricating a ceramic component includes initially partially filling pores of a porous structure using one of a first processing technique or a second, different processing technique to form a preform body with residual porosity. The first processing technique produces a first ceramic material in the pores of the porous structure and a second processing technique produces a second ceramic material in the pores of the porous structure. When the first processing technique is used to initially partially fill the pores of the porous structure, the second processing technique is used thereafter to at least partially fill the residual porosity with the second ceramic material. When the second processing technique is used to initially partially fill the pores, the first processing technique is used thereafter to at least partially fill the residual porosity.04-04-2013
20100113244LOW EXPANSION CORROSION RESISTANT CERAMIC FOAM FILTERS FOR MOLTEN ALUMINUM FILTRATION - A ceramic foam filter for molten aluminum alloys comprising an alumina silicate rich core and a boron glass shell and a chemical composition comprising: 20-70 wt % Al05-06-2010
20090156385Manufacture and use of engineered carbide and nitride composites - Carbides and nitrides are provided containing a controlled amount of pre-determined diluents and methods for their manufacture and use are disclosed. The pre-determined diluents include at least one of the silica, silicon metal, carbon, alumina, boron oxide, alkaline earth oxides such as calcium oxide, magnesium oxide, alkali oxides such as sodium oxide, potassium oxide, iron oxide, titanium oxide, and other components typically present in glass, ceramics, or metals. The carbides and nitrides with pre-determined diluents are formed by optionally pyrolyzing a precursor material to form a carboneous mixture and heat treating the carboneous mixture for a pre-determined time and at an elevated temperature during which carbon and/or nitrogen reacts with silica in the mixture to form carbides and/or nitrides and controlled amounts of pre-determined diluents. The carbides and nitrides disclosed herein may be used as blowing agents in a glass, ceramic, or metal forming processes or for promoting dispersion of the carbides and nitrides throughout a glass, ceramic, or metal composite.06-18-2009
20100331165SEALING COMPOSITE FOR FLAT SOLID OXIDE FUEL CELL STACK HAVING HIGH FRACTURE RESISTANCE AND THE FABRICATION METHOD THEREOF - A composite sealant of the present invention increases a fracture toughness of glass which has an excellent gas tightness but has a low fracture resistance, to enhance the thermal cycle stability while maintaining the gas tightness of a stack. For this, alpha-alumina fiber particles, alpha-alumina granular particles, and metallic particles are mixed and added to a glass matrix for remarkably increasing the fracture toughness from 0.5 MPa·m05 to 6 MPa·m°'5 through the multiple effects of crack deflection and crack bridging by the fiber and granular particles, and effects of crack arresting and plastic deformation by the metallic particles. When using the high fracture toughness composite sealant of the present invention, since the gas tightness and the stability of the stack can be maintained even when there is a thermal stress produced by a non-uniform temperature distribution or a thermal cycle condition in the stack, increasing the fracture toughness of the composite sealant works as the most important factor for enhancing the reliability of a large-area stack.12-30-2010
20130090224INORGANIC FIBROUS MOLDED REFRACTORY ARTICLE, METHOD FOR PRODUCING INORGANIC FIBROUS MOLDED REFRACTORY ARTICLE, AND INORGANIC FIBROUS UNSHAPED REFRACTORY COMPOSITION - An inorganic fibrous shaped refractory article having a high bio-solubility which is capable of exhibiting a desired heat resistance without containing expensive ceramic fibers, alumina powder and silica powder can be provided at a low production cost and with a low product price.04-11-2013
20090305864AQUEOUS SIZING COMPOSITION FOR TREATING R-GLASS, E-GLASS, AND ECR-GLASS FIBERS - An aqueous sizing for treating R-glass, E-glass, and ECR-glass fibers. The sizing contains a multi-component film former, a lubricant, and an adhesive. The multi-component film former includes polyvinyl acetate, polyvinyl alcohol polyether, and polyamidoamide. An aqueous sizing for producing roving fibers includes polyvinylacetate ethylene copolymer, polyamidoamide, polyvinyl alcohol polyether mixture, polypropylene or polyethylene polytetrafluorethylene wax, a coupling agent, and water.12-10-2009
20130065746Spinel-Germanate Glass Composite as an IR Window - This disclosure involves a new spinel and glass micro-composite material and process for making such. The composite has excellent transmission in the 0.5-5.0 μm wavelength region suitable for various visible and mid IR applications utilizing windows, domes and other geometric shapes. The composite can be made at a temperature about 40% lower than the glass melting temperature and about 50% lower than the spinel sintering temperature. The composite material has high modulus and fracture toughness which are important for impact resistance in armor and other practical applications.03-14-2013
20080261796RESISTANCE PASTE FOR HIGH-POWER THICK FILM CIRCUITS BASED ON A STAINLESS STEEL SUBSTRATE AND PREPARATION METHOD THEREOF - The present invention relates to a resistance paste for a high-power thick film circuit based on a stainless steel substrate and a preparation method thereof The resistance paste disclosed in the present invention demonstrates a low resistivity, excellent insulating performance, superior printing and sintering characteristics, and good compatibility with a surface-insulated stainless steel substrate. The preparation method of the present invention comprises steps of: A. Preparing a microcrystalline glass powder; B. Preparing an organic binder; C. Formulating a paste: preparing a solid-phase component with the silver powder, the palladium powder and the microcrystalline glass powder in appropriate proportions; mixing in a ball mill tank the solid-phase component and the organic binder in an appropriate proportion; and putting the resultant mixture into a ball mill to be grounded therein. In the present invention, a microcrystalline glass is selected as a binding phase, and a resistance trace layer made therefrom exhibits an expansion coefficient compatible with the stainless steel and can be well bonded with the stainless steel. The resistance trace layer thus obtained has advantages of low resistance, good compatibility with dielectric materials and electrode pastes used in thick film circuits based on a stainless steel substrate, and satisfactory conductivity.10-23-2008
20110015053Lead-Free Low-Melting-Point Glass Composition Having Acid Resistance - A lead-free low-melting-point glass having an acid resistance, being substantially free of PbO and including 12 to 35 mass % of SiO01-20-2011
20110287921PROCESS FOR PRODUCING ALUMINUM TITANATE-BASED FIRED BODY - The invention is to provide a process for producing a fired body comprising an aluminum titanate-based ceramic of which the shrinkage ratio in firing (firing shrinkage ratio) can be suppressed low and which is excellent in thermal decomposition resistance. The invention is a process for producing an aluminum titanate-based fired body comprising a step of firing a shaped body of a starting material mixture containing an aluminum source powder, a titanium source powder and a magnesium source powder, wherein the titanium source powder has a specific particle diameter distribution characteristic. In the starting material mixture, the ratio of the Al11-24-2011
20100137121GLASS ARTICLE WITH IMPROVED CHEMICAL RESISTANCE - Glass article with improved chemical resistance comprising a chemical reinforcing agent in the form of inclusions of nanoparticles, especially partially crystalline nanoparticles, in the bulk of the glass near one surface of the article.06-03-2010
20090286666LANTHANUM OXIDE-DOPED GLASS-CERAMICS - Glass-ceramic compositions exhibiting high reliability and tensile strength are described. The compositions can include crystal phases including roedderite and/or potassium fluorrichterite. The glass-ceramic compositions are bioactive, and can be used as components of a wide variety of biomedical devices such as dental restorations.11-19-2009
20120108414METHOD FOR STRENGTHENING CERAMICIZATION OF FLOATED CRYSTALLIZABLE GLASS - A method of ceramicizing a floated glass is provided where the glass ceramic material obtained thereby has high stability because of the special quality of the atmosphere in the ceramicizing process. The glass ceramics thus obtained have special surface properties that avoid crack formation. Thereby very high bending tensile strengths are achieved. These glass ceramics can be used as fire protection glass, hot plate of a cooker having a coating on the lower side, safety glass, panes of wood-burning fireplace inserts, in colored form as hot plate of a cooker, base plate, thermally resistant panel lining in furnaces and microwave facilities.05-03-2012
20080207426Heat Insulating Composite and Methods of Manufacturing Thereof - Heat insulating panels are widely used in various domains, for example construction sites or hospitals. These panels require adhesives which may generate heat when the panels are subjected to high temperatures. In the field of high temperature insulation, ceramics are brittle and may not be suitable in some applications. This invention discloses a heat-insulating composite including a plurality of glass, and a binder composition for fusing the glass when the heat-insulting composite is exposed to a temperature higher than 1000C. It was found that as the heat progresses from the outer surface to the inner surface of the composite, plurality of laminated ceramic-like structures are formed, which may assist further in insulating the heat. Interestingly, these laminated ceramic-like structures are found to be rubber-like and therefore not brittle.08-28-2008
20100279844ANTIFERROELECTRIC MULTILAYER CERAMIC CAPACITOR - An antiferroelectric ceramic material that can be formed into a multilayer capacitor is disclosed. The antiferroelectric ceramic material is selected from the Pb(Sn, Zr, Ti)O3 (PSnZT) composition family.11-04-2010
20100248928GLASS STRANDS WITH LOW ALUMINA CONTENT CAPABLE OF REINFORCING ORGANIC AND/OR INORGANIC MATERIALS - The invention relates to reinforcing glass strands, the composition of which comprises the following constituents within the limits defined below expressed as percentages by weight:09-30-2010
20100248927Dielectric ceramic composition - To provide a dielectric ceramic composition which is free from variation in breakdown voltage, and has excellent electric properties. The dielectric ceramic composition according the present invention includes: as a main component, a component represented by a composition formula {α(xBaO-yNd09-30-2010
20110207591Transparent las glass ceramics produced with alternative environmentally acceptable fining agents - The transparent glass ceramic with low thermal expansion is produced from a glass that is fined with a combination of environmentally friendly fining agents, specifically a combination of SnO08-25-2011
20090305865METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING CERAMIC SUBSTRATE AND CERAMIC SUBSTRATE - When a ceramic substrate is manufactured through a constraint firing step that uses a constraining layer, the constraining layer is removed without causing significant damage to a sintered base layer or an electrode formed on the surface of the sintered base layer, and the electrode can be reliably exposed. A green stacked body having a base layer and a constraining layer disposed so as to be in contact with at least one principal surface of the base layer is formed. A fired stacked body having a sintered base layer and a green constraining layer is then obtained by firing the green stacked body to sinter the base layer. Subsequently, the constraining layer is removed from the sintered base layer by vibrating media that are disposed so as to be in contact with the constraining layer.12-10-2009
20090264272METHOD FOR ENCAPSULATING REACTIVE METAL HYDRIDES - A process for encapsulating a metal hydride within a hollow glass sphere is provided. The process includes providing a hollow glass sphere, the hollow glass sphere having a shell enclosing an inner volume. The hollow glass sphere is placed within an enclosed chamber and the chamber is evacuated such that a negative pressure is present therewithin. The hollow glass sphere within the evacuated enclosed chamber is subjected to an external element such that the shell affords for molecules to diffuse therethrough. In some instances, the external element is heat, infrared light and combinations thereof. Thereafter, a metal hydride is provided in the form of a vapor and the evacuated enclosed chamber with the hollow glass sphere is exposed to metal hydride vapor and molecules of the metal hydride diffuse through the shell into the inner volume. Thereafter, the external element is removed from the hollow glass sphere such that diffusion of molecules through the shell is generally prohibited and the metal hydride within the hollow glass sphere is in a dense state.10-22-2009
20120196735PHASE-SEPARATED SODA-LIME-SILICA GLASS - The invention relates to a glass having SiO08-02-2012
20090325775METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING A BIOACTIVE GLASS CERAMIC MATERIAL - A method for manufacturing a bioactive glass ceramic material is firstly to prepare a calcium phosphate series ceramic material and a nano-scaled titanium dioxide powder with a specific proportion of anatase type titanium dioxide structure. Then, the calcium phosphate series ceramic material and the nano-scaled titanium dioxide powder are mixed according to a specific proportion for obtaining a mixture. The mixture is then melted and quenched to form a biomedical glass. Finally, the biomedical glass can be further ground into a biomedical glass powder, and a heat treatment can be applied to recrystalize the powder so as to obtain the bioactive glass ceramic material. Also, the bioactive glass ceramic material can be further polarized into a electrified bioactive glass ceramic material which can promote the growth of a broken bone.12-31-2009
20100184581GLASS YARNS CAPABLE OF REINFORCING ORGANIC AND/OR INORGANIC MATERIALS - The invention relates to a glass yarn capable of being obtained by a method consisting of mechanically drawing molten glass threads flowing from orifices disposed at the base of a die, of which the chemical composition is substantially free from boron oxide and comprises the following constituents within the limits defined hereinafter expressed in percentages by weight:07-22-2010
20130123091GLASS ARTICLE WITH ANTIMICROBIAL PROPERTIES - The invention relates to a glass item, at least one of the surfaces thereof having antimicrobial properties that are resistant to a temperature treatment, especially a temperature treatment in preparation of the subsequent tempering thereof. The glass item especially comprises an antimicrobial agent beneath the surface of the glass, and nanoparticles that are partially and/or totally incorporated into the mass of the glass close to said surface and consist of at least one inorganic component.05-16-2013
20110059836Lithium Silicate Materials - Lithium silicate materials are described which can be easily processed by machining to dental products without undue wear of the tools and which subsequently can be converted into lithium silicate products showing high strength.03-10-2011
20120142515DIELECTRIC COMPOSITION FOR THIN-FILM TRANSISTORS - An electronic device, such as a thin-film transistor, includes a substrate and a dielectric layer formed from a dielectric composition. The dielectric composition includes a dielectric material, a crosslinking agent, and a thermal acid generator. In particular embodiments, the dielectric material comprises a lower-k dielectric material and a higher-k dielectric material. When deposited, the lower-k dielectric material and the higher-k dielectric material form separate phases. The thermal acid generator allows the dielectric layer to be cured at relatively lower temperatures and/or shorter time periods, permitting the selection of lower-cost substrate materials that would otherwise be deformed by the curing of the dielectric layer.06-07-2012
20100227752SEPARATING METHOD FOR DARK CERAMICS SINTERED BODY - There are provided an aqueous solution for separation of a dark ceramics sintered body, which can easily collect in a recyclable condition a glass from a glass with a dark ceramics sintered body, and a separating method therefor, and an aqueous solution for separation with which a dark ceramics sintered body, a conductive ceramics sintered body and a glass are separately collected from a glass with a dark ceramics sintered body formed with the dark ceramics sintered body and the conductive ceramics sintered body, and a separating method therefor. A treatment liquid (hydrofluoric acid, a mixture of ammonium fluoride and an acid, etc.) having an etching ability for at least one of a glass and a dark ceramic sintered body is prepared as an aqueous solution 09-09-2010
20100240514Granulate, Process for the Production and Use Thereof - The invention relates to granulates, a process for the production thereof, in particular a process for the continuous production of these granulates, and use of the granulates for the manufacture of green compacts or compacts and further processing thereof into corresponding products, whereby the granulates have spherical particles with a smooth or smoothed, in particular fire-polished, surface.09-23-2010
20090291821Sodium-Potassium Hexametaphosphate and Potassium Metaphosphate with a Low Insolubles Content - Potassium-containing polyphosphate glasses having a relatively high amount of potassium and a relatively low level of insoluble material (e.g., less than about 10% by weight), and a method for their production that includes using a boron-containing glass-former additive. More specifically, these polyphosphate glasses may be described according to the formula M11-26-2009
20100113245OPTICAL COMPONENTS FOR USE IN HIGH ENERGY ENVIRONMENT WITH IMPROVED OPTICAL CHARACTERISTICS - Optical components that maintain transparency (remain clear) in high energy environments, including in applications of high-intensity gamma-ray radiation dosage of 1.29×1005-06-2010
20100304948COLORED GLASS-CERAMIC MATERIALS AND COLORED ARTICLES MADE OF SUCH GLASS-CERAMIC MATERIALS - Transparent β-quartz glass-ceramics containing vanadium oxide. Such glass-ceramics have advantageous optical properties including good transmission in the infrared range, low transmission in the visible range, and significant transmission in the blue range for thicknesses of 3 mm. They can be used as materials for cooking top plates.12-02-2010
20130130886Matrix Based on Nanocrystalline Cristobalite For a Thermostructural Fibrous Composite Material - A matrix for a thermostructural fibrous composite material obtained by geopolymer synthesis based on nanocrystalline cristobalite resulting from the crystallization of geopolymer micelles of potassium polysiloxonate K—(Si—O—Si—O)05-23-2013
20130130887Li2O-Al2O3-SiO2-BASED CRYSTALLIZED GLASS - Provided is a Li05-23-2013
20100179044GLASS SUBSTRATE WITH REFRACTIVE INDEX GRADIENT AND MANUFACTURING PROCESS OF SAME - The present invention relates to a glass substrate comprising at least one ion pattern obtained by a treatment for exchanging the alkali metal ions of the glass with silver ions originating from an outside source, said substrate being formed from a glass having a specific composition and said ion pattern having a variation in the refractive index greater than or equal to 0.03, a depth greater than or equal to 100 μm and a light transmission coefficient at 410 nm (TL07-15-2010
20100016143FIBERGLASS BINDER COMPRISING EPOXIDIZED OIL AND MULTIFUNCTIONAL CARBOXYLIC ACIDS OR ANHYDRIDES - Provided is a fiberglass binder composition which comprises epoxidized oil and a multifunctional carboxylic acid or anhydride. The resultant binder provides minimal processing difficulties and a fiberglass product which exhibits minimal water absorption. The cure time of the binder is also exceptional.01-21-2010
20100069220Method Of Manufacturing S-Glass Fibers In A Direct Melt Operation And Products Formed There From - A method of forming high strength glass fibers in a refractory-lined glass meter, products made there from and batch compositions suited for use in the method are disclosed. The glass composition for use in the method of the present invention is up to about 64-75 weight percent SiO03-18-2010
20100069221Glass composition formulated for a glass-metal bond of a tube collector and glass-metal bond made with glass of said glass composition - The glass-metal bond for a tube collector includes a glass tube and metal part bonded to the glass tube. In order to match the thermal expansion properties, the glass tube has the following composition: SiO03-18-2010
20110098171METHOD OF PRODUCING GLASS - The subject of the invention is a continuous process for preparing glass comprising the successive steps of charging of pulverulent batch materials, and of obtaining a glass bath by melting, of refining then of cooling. The process is characterized in that an oxidizing gas is bubbled within said glass bath after the refining step.04-28-2011
20110077141ALUMINA CERAMIC FOR SPARK PLUG INSULATOR - A spark plug includes an insulator formed of a ceramic material. The ceramic material comprises Al03-31-2011
20120035041ALUMINOSILICATE GLASSES WITH IMPROVED FINING BEHAVIOUR - Mineral materials selected from lithium aluminosilicate glasses containing vanadium, precursors of glass-ceramics, and glass-ceramics colored by vanadium contain solid solution(s) of β-quartz and/or β-spodumene as main crystalline phase. Also disclosed are articles made from said mineral materials, as well as methods for forming said glasses, glass-ceramics and articles of said glasses and glass-ceramics. Methods involve optimizing the refining of lithium aluminosilicate glasses containing SnO02-09-2012
20120149542SINTERED CORDIERITE GLASS-CERAMIC BODIES - Disclosed is the preparation of sintered cordierite-based glass-ceramic bodies via a procedure which uses three all natural starting materials which are white sand, kaolin clay and magnesite. These three raw materials are combined in relative amounts which form, upon subsequent mixing and heating, a specific mixture of oxides of silicon, aluminum and magnesium. Upon melting at 1500-1550° C., this combination of raw materials forms transparent brown glass which after solidification by quenching is then crushed and reduced to grains having a median particle size less than 65 microns. These brown glass grains are consolidated, for example by compaction, to form a green body for sintering. Sintering of the green body at temperatures between about 1000° C. and 1375° C. for from 2 to 5 hours produces glass-ceramic bodies containing a polycrystalline material which comprises mostly material of the cordierite crystal structure.06-14-2012
20110251042ALUMINA SINTERED BODY - An alumina sintered body of the present invention has alumina crystals as a main phase and an amorphous grain boundary glass phase. The amorphous grain boundary glass phase is a grain-boundary glass phase having an amorphous glass component in which at least one of either CaO or MgO is added to SiO10-13-2011
20100004111Antimicrobial Glass and Method of Producing Antimicrobial Glass - An antimicrobial glass is provided which can release a predetermined amount of silver ion rapidly for a long period of time and can provide a predetermined antimicrobial treatment repeatedly to a matter to be antibacterialized during or after washing and which is excellent in discoloration prevention effect and discriminativity, and a method for producing the same is also provided.01-07-2010
20090318278Composition for sealing glass - A powder composition for forming a highly expansible crystallized glass substantially free of alkali metals is disclosed, which composition can provide, through its firing at a temperature of not more than 900° C., a seal between metal and ceramic. The powder composition is a powder composition for the formation of a sealing crystallized glass which is substantially free of alkali metals and consists of the powder of a glass containing, calculated as oxides, SiO12-24-2009
20120202676SODA-LIME-SILICA GLASS-CERAMIC MATERIAL - The invention relates to a glass-ceramic material having SiO08-09-2012
20120202675LOW TEMPERATURE CO-FIRED CERAMICS WITH LOW DIELECTRIC LOSS FOR MILLIMETER-WAVE APPLICATION - Provided is a dielectric ceramic composition comprising: 40-70 wt % of a borosilicate-based glass frit comprising 50-80 mol % of SiO08-09-2012
20110257000Lithium silicate glass ceramic and glass with transition metal oxide - The invention relates to a lithium silicate glass ceramic, which contains at least 8.5 wt.-% transition metal oxide selected from the group consisting of oxides of yttrium, oxides of transition metals with an atomic number from 41 to 79 and mixtures of these oxides. The invention also relates to a corresponding lithium silicate glass, a process for the preparation of the glass ceramic and of the glass as well as their use.10-20-2011
20110177933CELLULAR PHOSPHATE CERAMICS AND METHODS OF MANUFACTURE AND USE - Embodiments of the present invention provide cellular phosphate bodies formed using specialized steps to ensure a specific strength range, and specifically a compressive strength less than 100 pounds per square inch. Further embodiments relate to uses for various phosphate ceramics as vehicle arresting systems.07-21-2011
20120302422Lithium-Aluminosilicate Glass With Short Glazing Times - A lithium-aluminosilicate glass or a corresponding glass ceramic that has a content of 0-0.4SnO11-29-2012
20100022377OPTICAL DEVICES COMPRISING DOPED GLASS MATERIALS, LASER SYSTEMS INCLUDING SUCH OPTICAL DEVICES, AND METHODS OF FORMING SUCH OPTICAL DEVICES AND LASER SYSTEMS - Optical devices include a doped glass material in which the dopant facilitates the transmission of energy out from the glass material. The doped glass may not significantly absorb a selected wavelength of laser radiation to be manipulated by the optical devices. The dopant may comprise one or more of a transition metal element, an actinide element, and a lanthanide element. Laser systems include at least one such optical device and a laser device configured to emit a beam to be manipulated by the optical device. Methods for forming optical devices and laser systems including such optical devices include dispersing a dopant within a glass material to form, and forming the glass material into a body having a size and shape configured to manipulate a beam of radiation emitted by a laser device. The dopant is selected to comprise a material that facilitates the transmission of energy out from the glass material.01-28-2010
20110111943TUNABLE LOW LOSS CERAMIC COMPOSITE COMPOUNDS BASED ON A BARIUM STRONTIUM TITANATE/BARIUM MAGNESIUM TANTALATE/NIOBATE - An embodiment of the present invention provides an electronically tunable dielectric material, comprising at least one electronically tunable dielectric phase; and at least one compound of low loss complex perovskites, wherein said low loss complex pervoskites comprise two B site cations.05-12-2011
20120004090DIELECTRIC CERAMIC, METHOD FOR PRODUCING DIELECTRIC CERAMIC, AND ELECTRONIC COMPONENT - Provided is a dielectric ceramic that includes a main component which contains Mg01-05-2012
20120065050STRUCTURAL OR DEDCORATION ELEMENT AND MANUFACTURING METHOD THEREOF - A structural or decorative article (03-15-2012
20120010066LIGHT-CURING CERAMIC SLIPS FOR THE STEREOLITHOGRAPHIC PREPARATION OF HIGH-STRENGTH CERAMICS - Slip based on radically polymerizable binder, polymerization initiator and filler, which comprises (A) at least one acidic monomer of general formula I01-12-2012
20080214379Glass Ceramic or Glass Element that can be Subjected to Great Thermal Loads and is Decorated with a Metallic Color - The glass ceramic or glass element that can be subjected to high thermal loads is decorated with a metallic colorant. The metallic colorant consists of a melted silicate and at least one effect pigment, which is included in a specified proportion in a melt of the silicate glass to form the metallic colorant. The at least one effect pigment is in the form of platelets of synthetic aluminum oxide (Al09-04-2008
20120021890PREPARATION OF SINTERED CORDIERITE GLASS-CERAMIC BODIES - Disclosed is the preparation of sintered cordierite-based glass-ceramic bodies via a procedure which uses three all natural starting materials which are white sand, kaolin clay and magnesite. These three raw materials, which are preferably sourced from the same geographic area such as Saudi Arabia, are combined in relative amounts which form, upon subsequent mixing and heating, a specific mixture of oxides of silicon, aluminum and magnesium. Upon melting at 1500-1550° C., this combination of raw materials forms transparent brown glass which after solidification by quenching is then crushed and reduced to grains having a median particle size less than 65 microns. These brown glass grains are consolidated, for example by compaction, to form a green body for sintering. Sintering of the green body at temperatures between about 1000° C. and 1375° C. for from 2 to 5 hours produces glass-ceramic bodies containing a polycrystalline material which comprises mostly material of the cordierite crystal structure. Such cordierite-based glass-ceramic bodies have density, microhardness, CTE and dielectric constant properties which make them suitable for use in various technical fields such as cookware, water filtration devices and equipment, and electronics.01-26-2012
20110021338SYNTHESIS OF BIOCERAMIC COMPOSITIONS - A process for the synthesis of a bioceramic composition comprising calcium phosphosilicate (CPS, Ca01-27-2011
20120058877LOW THERMAL EXPANSION FILLER, METHOD FOR PREPARING THE SAME AND GLASS COMPOSITION - An object of the present invention is to provide a low thermal expansion filler for low thermal expansion glasses which has a low coefficient of thermal expansion and exhibits superior flowability in a molten state, and a glass composition containing the same.03-08-2012
20120058876CRYSTALLIZED GLASS WITH NEGATIVE COEFFICIENT OF THERMAL EXPANSION AND METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING THE SAME - A crystallized glass with negative coefficient of thermal expansion includes 38 wt % to 64 wt % of silica (SiO2); 30 wt % to 40 wt % of alumina (Al2O3); and 5 wt % to 12 wt % of lithium oxide (Li2O) as a basic component, and further includes more than one component selected from the group consisting of 0.5 wt % to 15 wt % of zirconia (ZrO2), 0.5 wt % to 6.5 wt % of titanium dioxide (TiO2), 0.5 wt % to 4 wt % of phosphorus pentoxide (P2O5), 2 wt % to 5 wt % of magnesium oxide (MgO), and 0 wt % to 5 wt % of magnesium fluoride (MgF2) in addition to the basic components. The crystallized glass may have a high negative coefficient of thermal expansion so that it has an advantage that it can be used as a thermal expansion compensation material according to the temperatures of all kinds of glasses and similar products thereof.03-08-2012
20100093510GLASS COMPOSITION FOR GLASS FIBER, GLASS FIBER, PROCESS FOR PRODUCING GLASS FIBER AND COMPOSITE MATERIAL - A glass composition for glass fiber comprises, by mass percentage in terms of oxide, 60 to 75% SiO04-15-2010
20120316053POWDER FOR GLASS-CERAMIC DRY REFRACTORY MATERIAL - The invention relates to a powder comprising more than 70% of glass-ceramic and/or refractory particles, a particle of said powder being classed in the fraction called “matrix” or in the fraction called “aggregate” according to whether it is smaller than, or equal to 100 μm, or bigger than 100 μm, respectively, 12-13-2012
20110183831GLASS ARTICLE WITH IMPROVED CHEMICAL RESISTANCE - It is possible to reduce the time required for a path recalculation and a path switching upon occurrence of a failure. A path generation unit of a transport control server (TCS) S-1 generates normal path information in accordance with information relating to topology of a network to be established and resource information. Moreover, the path generation unit generates in advance backup path information to be used upon occurrence of a failure in accordance with the prediction topology information and the prediction resource information which have been modified in accordance with a predicted failure position. The path generation unit stores the generated prediction path information in a data storage unit. The TCS (S-1) has a path information report unit which reports the generated normal path information to a node N. The TCS (S-1) also has a failure information acquisition unit which detects occurrence of a failure. When the failure information acquisition unit detects an occurrence of a failure, the path information report unit reports the backup path information stored in the data storage unit to the node N.07-28-2011
20120135848FUSION FORMED AND ION EXCHANGED GLASS-CERAMICS - The present disclosure relates to fusion formable highly crystalline glass-ceramic articles whose composition lies within the SiO05-31-2012
20120178610GLASS COMPOSITION WITH LOW COEFFICIENT OF THERMAL EXPANSION, AND GLASS FIBER PRODUCED FROM SAME - The present disclosure relates to a glass composition having a low thermal expansion coefficient, specifically, a glass composition comprising about 55 to less than 64 weight percent of silicon oxide, about 15 to about 30 weight percent of aluminum oxide, about 5 to about 15 weight percent of magnesium oxide, about 3 to about 10 weight percent boron oxide, about 0 to about 11 weight percent calcium oxide, and about 0 to about 2 weight percent of alkali oxide, the remainder being trace compounds of less than about 1 weight percent, is provided. Glass fibers and composite articles formed therefrom are also provided.07-12-2012
20120178611GLASS PASTE FOR PLASMA DISPLAY PANEL AND PLASMA DISPLAY PANEL - A glass paste for a plasma display panel includes at least dielectric glass fine particles and hollow fine particles. The dielectric glass fine particle has a spherical shape or a scaly shape. Average particle diameter d07-12-2012
20100273632Glass-Ceramic Composite Encapsulation Material - A glass-ceramic composite encapsulation material composed of glass matrix materials of SiO10-28-2010
20100009838PHOTOSENSITIVE DIELECTRIC PASTE AND ELECTRONIC PART MADE WITH THE SAME - Provided is a photosensitive dielectric paste capable of being burned at a low temperature in a short time and forming a dielectric film (insulator film) having favorable properties, such as sintering properties or temperature characteristics of dielectric constant, and an electronic part having favorable properties having a dielectric film formed using the same. The photosensitive dielectric paste of the invention contains (a) an inorganic ingredient containing 10 to 30% by volume of dielectric powder containing a Ba—Nd—Ti complex oxide powder, 50 to 80% by volume of supporting glass powder, and 1 to 20% by volume of sintering aid glass powder containing Bi in a proportion of 50 to 90% by weight in terms of Bi01-14-2010
20100292067GLASS-CONTAINING MOLDING COMPOSITION AND PROCESS FOR PRODUCTION OF THE SAME - A glass-containing molding composition is prepared by incorporating glass powder into a thermoplastic resin at a glass load ratio of 40 to 70 percent by weight, in which the glass powder is composed of solid spherical glass particles which have an average particle size of 10 to 40 μm and whose surfaces are totally covered with a silane compound and which exhibits reduction ratios of melt flow rate on a parabolic curve with the increase of glass load ratios and has a reduction ratio of melt flow rate of ¾ to ¼ within a glass load ratio in a range of 40 to 64 percent by weight.11-18-2010
20100292066GLASS MATERIAL FOR MOLD PRESSING, METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING SAME, AND METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING OPTICAL GLASS ELEMENT - A glass material for mold pressing, comprised of a core portion comprised of a multicomponent optical glass containing at least one readily reducible component selected from among W, Ti, Bi, and Nb, and a covering portion covering the surface of said core portion, comprised of a multicomponent glass containing none or a lower quantity of said readily reducible component than is contained in said core portion. A glass material for mold pressing comprising a core portion comprised of a fluorine-containing multicomponent optical glass and a covering portion covering the surface of said core portion, comprised of a multicomponent glass containing none or a lower quantity of fluorine than is contained in said core portion. A method for manufacturing an optical glass element comprising heat softening a glass material that has been preformed into a prescribed shape, and conducting press molding with a pressing mold, employing the above glass material of the invention. To provide a stable production of optical elements affording adequate optical performance by using optical glass containing readily reducible components or fluorine and inhibiting undesirable interface reactions during press molding.11-18-2010
20110124484PROCESS FOR PRODUCING ALUMINUM TITANATE-BASED CERAMICS - The invention is to provide a process for producing an aluminum titanate-based ceramic such as aluminum titanate or aluminum magnesium titanate having excellent thermal decomposition resistance and having a smaller coefficient of thermal expansion. The invention is a process for producing an aluminum titanate-based ceramic, comprising firing a starting material mixture containing a titanium source compound, an aluminum source compound and preferably a magnesium source compound, and a glass frit having a deformation point of 700° C. or more and/or a viscosity at 900° C. of 1.0×1005-26-2011
20110124483CERAMIC COMPOSITE MATERIALS CONTAINING CARBON NANOTUBE-INFUSED FIBER MATERIALS AND METHODS FOR PRODUCTION THEREOF - In various embodiments, composite materials containing a ceramic matrix and a carbon nanotube-infused fiber material are described herein. Illustrative ceramic matrices include, for example, binary, ternary and quaternary metal or non-metal borides, oxides, nitrides and carbides. The ceramic matrix can also be a cement. The fiber materials can be continuous or chopped fibers and include, for example, glass fibers, carbon fibers, metal fibers, ceramic fibers, organic fibers, silicon carbide fibers, boron carbide fibers, silicon nitride fibers and aluminum oxide fibers. The composite materials can further include a passivation layer overcoating at least the carbon nanotube-infused fiber material and, optionally, the plurality of carbon nanotubes. The fiber material can be distributed uniformly, non-uniformly or in a gradient manner in the ceramic matrix. Non-uniform distributions may be used to form impart different mechanical, electrical or thermal properties to different regions of the ceramic matrix.05-26-2011
20110003678Composition For High Performance Glass High Performance Glass Fibers And Articles Therefrom - Glass batch compositions for the formation of high-modulus, and high-strength glass fibers as well as fibers suitable for use as textile and reinforcements are disclosed. Fibers formed of the composition are especially suitable for use in high-strength, low-weight applications such as windmill blades and high strength and modulus applications where strength and stiffness are required in the composite. The glass composition is up to about 70.5 weight % SiO01-06-2011
20110045960GLASS AND USE OF A GLASS FOR GLASS-METAL BONDS - The glass of the glass-metal bond contains the following ingredients in the following amounts: SiO02-24-2011
20110212824Glass Ceramics With Bulk Scattering Properties and Methods of Making Them - Glass ceramics with bulk scattering properties and the use of those glass ceramics, for example, in OLED or photovoltaic applications.09-01-2011
20100167905MATRIX MATERIAL COMPRISING GRAPHITE AND AN INORGANIC BINDER SUITED FOR FINAL DISPOSAL OF RADIOACTIVE WASTE, A PROCESS FOR PRODUCING THE SAME AND ITS PROCESSING AND USE - A matrix material for safe temporary and/or ultimate disposal of radioactive wastes suitable for the embedment of radioactive wastes, contains graphite and at least inorganic binder which can be glass, aluminosilicate, silicate, borate and lead sulfide.07-01-2010
20100167904POLARIZED GLASS AND METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING THE POLARIZED GLASS - Provided is a method for manufacturing polarized glass, comprising forming a glass preform by melting glass that includes metal ions and halogen ions and then depositing metal halide particles in the glass in which the metal ions and the halogen ions are dispersed; forming a glass sheet containing extended metal halide particles that are obtained by extending the metal halide particles by performing thermal drawing on the glass preform at a prescribed temperature; annealing by heating the glass sheet to a temperature that is no greater than a transformation temperature of the glass and no less than a distortion temperature of the glass; and reducing the extended metal halide particles in the glass sheet that has undergone said annealing into extended metal particles. The glass preform formed in said forming a glass preform has a haze between 0.3% and 1.3% with respect to light in a wavelength region passed by a G filter.07-01-2010
20130012373S-TRIAZINE SUNSCREENS BEARING HINDERED PARA-AMINOBENZALMALONATE/PARA-AMINOBENZALMALONAMIDE AND AMINOBENZOATE/AMINOBENZAMIDE SUBSTITUENTS - Novel s-triazine sunscreens have the structural formula (I):01-10-2013
20130012374PACKAGE FOR THE STORAGE OF WASTE - A package for storing radioactive waste, which is suitable for safe, ultra-long ultimate disposal having a moisture-impermeable, corrosion-resistant graphite matrix and metal-encased waste products, which are embedded into the matrix. A method for producing such packages is also part of the invention.01-10-2013
20130178353BETA-QUARTZ GLASS CERAMICS AND RELATED PRECURSOR GLASSES - β-quartz glass-ceramics, the composition of which is most particularly optimized, with reference to the refining of their precursor glasses, with reference to good resistance to devitrification of said precursor glasses and with reference to their resistance to temperature ageing, articles comprising such glass-ceramics, lithium alumino-silicate glasses, which are precursors of such glass-ceramics, as well as methods for preparing such glass-ceramics and articles.07-11-2013
20130137565GLASS FIBRE COMPOSITION AND COMPOSITE MATERIAL REINFORCED THEREWITH - A glass fibre of quaternary composition including SiO05-30-2013
20130116106METHOD FOR PRODUCING COLORED GLASS - The invention relates to a method for producing colored glass 05-09-2013
20090098998Method of manufacturing a glass substrate, glass substrate manufactured by the method, and magnetic recording medium using the glass substrate - An object of the present invention is to provide a method of manufacturing a glass substrate containing alkali metals. A glass substrate manufactured by the method exhibits excellent performances including durability by virtue of suppressing elution of alkali metals.04-16-2009
20090312171Glass Fiber Composition, Glass Fiber, and Glass Fiber Containing Composition Material - An object is to provide a readily fusible glass fiber composition that can alleviate environmental problem and reduce raw material cost by decreasing boron content, and that can facilitate the manufacturing of fine-count glass filament. A glass fiber composition of the present invention is an oxide glass composition, and has compositions of 0.01 to 3% of P12-17-2009
20080207425GLASS CERAMICS FOR LASER SYSTEMS - A glass-ceramic material, particularly for elements in laser systems, and a method for preparing same. The glass-ceramic material may be used for an optical fiber for communication systems and laser systems. The glass-ceramic may include gahnite crystals and optionally β-quartz-like solid solution, or a petalite-like crystals, spinel, and zirconia crystals. The elements may comprise a host material glass-ceramic, where the glass-ceramic is doped with appropriate ions.08-28-2008
20130150226DIELECTRIC CERAMIC COMPOSITION - A dielectric ceramic composition includes a component represented by composition formula {α(xBaO.yNd06-13-2013
20130150227Composite Bio-Ceramic Dental Implant and Fabricating Method Thereof - A composite bio-ceramic dental implant and fabricating method thereof are disclosed. The composite bio-ceramic is sintered at a temperature between 1000 and 1800° C. using the nearly inert bio-ceramic powder and the active bio-ceramic powder or the completely resorbable bio-ceramic powder. The bioactive bio-ceramic material is dispersed in the inert bio-ceramic material. Therefore, the composite bio-ceramic has enough mechanical strength and good bioactivity for dental implant.06-13-2013
20100317502SINTERED MATERIAL FOR DIELECTRIC SUBSTANCE AND PROCESS FOR PREPARING THE SAME - The present invention relates to a sintered material for a dielectric substance and a process for preparing the same. Particularly, the present invention is directed to a sintered material for a dielectric substance comprising a core-shell microstructure including a core of a first material and a shell of a second material, wherein a relative dielectric constant of said first material is larger that a relative dielectric constant of said second material.12-16-2010
20120283087SYNTHETIC QUARTZ COMPOSITION AND PRODUCTION PROCESS THEREFOR - A synthetic quartz composition having improved tensile strength, compression strength and bending strength comprising up to 90% quartz stone, from 5 to 90% quartz powder, from 0.1 to 20% resin, from 1 to 25% fiber, from 0.1 to 5% coupling agent, from 0.1 to 5% curing agent, up to 70% glass chip, up to 70% mirror chip, up to 5% pigment, up to 5% shell chip, and up to 5% metal flake, by weight, may be produced in panels and molded shapes such as containers.11-08-2012
20120028784PROCESS FOR PRODUCING ALUMINUM TITANATE-BASED FIRED BODY - The invention is to provide a process which can produce a fired body comprising aluminum titanate-based ceramics being excellent in thermal decomposition resistance and having high mechanical strength. The invention is a process for producing an aluminum titanate-based fired body, comprising a step of firing a shaped body of a starting material mixture which contains an aluminum source powder and a titanium source powder, and the aluminum source powder satisfies the following formula (1). In the formula, D90 is a particle diameter corresponding to a cumulative percentage of 90% on a volume basis and D10 is a particle diameter corresponding to a cumulative percentage of 10% on a volume basis, and these are determined from a particle size distribution of the aluminum source powder measured by a laser diffractometry.02-02-2012
20120028783Plasticized vinyl acetate coplymer binder compositions for chopped strand mat - A plasticized binder composition suitable as a binder for chopped strand mats comprising (a) a copolymer obtainable by reacting; (i) 60-95 pphwm of vinyl acetate; and (ii) 5-40 pphwm of vinyl ester of α-substituted alkanoic acid; and b) a plasticizer, wherein the weight ratio of copolymer/plasticizer is from 1 to 6.02-02-2012
20130196842GLASS-CERAMIC COMPOSITE MATERIAL - The present invention is directed to stably achieve a good thermal conductivity in a glass-ceramic composite material in which aluminum nitride particles are used as filler particles.08-01-2013
20130196843TRANSPARENT COMPOSITE MATERIAL AND A PRODUCTION METHOD THEREFOR - This specification relates to a colorless composite material capable of retaining transparency within a wide temperature range by impregnating glass composition (glass fibers) with inorganic-organic hybrid resin. A colorless composite material according to exemplary embodiments includes glass fibers, and inorganic-organic hybrid resin consisting of inorganic bonds and organic bonds, wherein the inorganic bonds are Si—O—Si bonds or Si—O-M bonds and M denotes a metallic element.08-01-2013

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