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| Composite material, method of producing the same, and apparatus for producing the same|
Proposed are a composite material having a high adhesiveness, wherein non-penetrating pores that are formed in a silicone surface layer are filled up with a metal or the like without leaving any voids by using the plating technique and the silicone surface layer is coated with the metal or the like, and a method of producing the composite material. A composite material, which has a high adhesiveness between a second metal or an alloy of the second metal (106a, 106b) and a silicone surface, can be obtained by filling up non-penetrating pores that are formed in the surface of a silicone substrate (100) substantially with a second metal or an alloy of the second metal (106a) with the use of the autocatalytic electroless plating technique wherein a first metal located at the bottom of the non-penetrating pores as described above serves as the starting point, and coating the surface of the silicone substrate (100) with the second metal (106b)..
| Repaired superalloy components and methods for repairing superalloy components|
Methods for repairing superalloy components include disposing a single crystal coupon in a void of the superalloy component, disposing one or more shims between the single crystal coupon and the superalloy component, and, welding the one or more shims to join with the single crystal coupon and the superalloy component using a high energy density beam welder.. .
| Active solder|
An active solder is revealed. The active solder includes an active material and a metal substrate.
| Sliding bearing composite material|
The invention relates to a sliding bearing composite material with a substrate layer made of steel, an intermediate layer which lies on the substrate layer, and a bearing metal layer which lies on the intermediate layer and which is made of an aluminum alloy that is free of lead apart from impurities. The aluminum alloy contains 10.5-14 wt.
| Rolled magnesium alloy material, magnesium alloy structural member, and method for producing rolled magnesium alloy material|
Provided are a rolled mg alloy material which has a wide width and whose mechanical properties are uniform in a width direction, a mg alloy structural member produced by plastically working the rolled mg alloy material, and a method for producing the rolled mg alloy material. The method for producing a rolled mg alloy material includes rolling a mg alloy material with a reduction roll.
| Cast superalloy pressure containment vessel|
A large volume, cast superalloy pressure containment vessel is disclosed. The vessel includes a hollow body portion having a volume of at least about 4 cubic feet and a substantially porosity-free cast microstructure.
| Oxidation resistant alloy coating film, method of producing an oxidation resistant alloy coating film, and heat resistant metal member|
A metal substrate is embedded in a diffusion and penetration processing agent containing metal oxide, active metal and catalytic compound and heat treatment is carried out, so that an oxidation resistant alloy coating film containing the metal constituting the metal oxide and the active metal is produced. Al203, cr2o3, sio2 or the like are used as the metal oxide, hf, zr, y, ti, la, ce, mg, ca or the like are used as the active metal, and nh-14cl, nh4f, hcl, nacl, naf or the like are used as the catalytic compound.
| Antimicrobial substance, method for producing same, and antimicrobial material|
Provided an antimicrobial substance that includes a base material layer, and a copper-tin alloy layer 5-200 nm in thickness disposed on the base material layer, the copper-tin alloy layer containing copper in an amount of more than 60 atomic percent but not more than 90 atomic percent, and containing tin in an amount of not less than 10 atomic percent but less than 40 atomic percent. The copper-tin alloy layer includes a cu41sn11 crystalline phase, and a cu3sn crystalline phase.
| Composition generating hydrogen|
There is provided a skin external-use composition that is incorporated with a fine particle of hydrogen storing alloyed metal, such as magnesium hydride.. .
| Alloy material with constant electrical resistivity, applications and method for producing the same|
An alloy material with a constant electrical resistivity in a wide temperature range comprises the following chemical formula: alvcowcrxfeyniz, wherein v is in the range of 1.9 to 2.1, w is in the range of 0.9 to 1.1, x is in the range of 0.9 to 1.1, y is in the range of 0.9 to 1.1, and z is in the range of 0.9 to 1.1. A method for producing the alloy material comprises the steps of: providing raw metal materials and mixing them according to the molar ratio of the prescription of the alloy materials; disposing the mixed raw metal to materials into a furnace and homogeneously smelting each of the raw metal materials under a protective ar atmospheric environment; cooling and solidifying the smelted raw metal materials in order to obtain the alloy; and deforming and/or shaping the solidified alloy to predefined figures and dimensions..
| High-strength copper alloy forging material|
The high-strength copper alloy forging material contains, in mass %, 3 to 7.2% of ni, 0.7 to 1.8% of si, 0.02 to 0.35% of zr and 0.002 to 0.05% of p, and further contains 1.5% or less of one or two or more of cr, mn and zn in total, as needed, whereby appropriate amounts of zr and p act to cause cracks to be less likely to occur in the material during working or heat treatment. After the working and the heat treatment, the forging material of the invention can have properties of high hardness, high strength and high thermal conductivity, and can be suitably used for resin injection mold materials, aircraft components and the like..
| Nickel-chromium-iron-aluminum alloy having good processability|
The invention relates to a nickel-chromium-aluminum-iron alloy, comprising (in wt %) 12 to 28% chromium, 1.8 to 3.0% aluminum, 1.0 to 15% iron, 0.01 to 0.5% silicon, 0.005 to 0.5% manganese, 0.01 to 0.20% yttrium, 0.02 to 0.60% titanium, 0.01 to 0.2% zirconium, 0.0002 to 0.05% magnesium, 0.0001 to 0.05% calcium, 0.03 to 0.11% carbon, 0.003 to 0.05% nitrogen, 0.0005 to 0.008% boron, 0.0001 to 0.010% oxygen, 0.001 to 0.030% phosphorus, max. 0.010% sulfur, max.
| Method of production of rare earth magnet|
A method of production of the present invention is a method for producing an r-t-b-based rare earth magnet comprising: molding a powder of an r-t-b-based rare earth alloy (r: rare earth element, t: fe or fe part of which is substituted by co) to form a bulk; then hot working the bulk; and before the molding, mixing with the powder of an r-t-b-based rare earth alloy either a metal which forms a liquid phase in copresence with r at a temperature lower than the hot working temperature, or an alloy which forms a liquid phase at a temperature lower than the hot working temperature.. .
| Rare-earth bond magnet manufacturing method|
A method for producing a bonded rare-earth magnet according to an embodiment of the present invention includes the steps of: providing a rapidly solidified rare-earth magnet alloy powder; providing a solution in which a resin that is in solid phase at an ordinary temperature is dissolved in an organic solvent; mulling the rapidly solidified rare-earth magnet alloy powder and the solution together and vaporizing the organic solvent, thereby making a bonded rare-earth magnet compound in which magnet powder particles that form the rapidly solidified rare-earth magnet alloy powder are coated with the resin; making a compressed compact by compressing the bonded rare-earth magnet compound under a pressure of 1000 mpa to 2500 mpa; and thermally treating the compressed compact. If the rapidly solidified rare-earth magnet alloy powder to be mulled is 100 mass %, the solution includes 0.4 mass % to 1.0 mass % of the resin and 1.2 mass % to 20 mass % of the organic solvent..
| Nickel-chromium-molybdenum-vanadium alloy and turbine component|
A nicrmov alloy and a turbine component are disclosed. The nicrmov alloy includes at least about 0.06%, at least about 3.40% nickel, between about 0.22% and about 0.30% carbon, up to about 0.60% molybdenum, up to about 0.15% vanadium, up to about 2.00% chromium, up to about 0.012% phosphorus, up to about 0.007% sulfur, up to about 0.10% silicon, up to about 0.002% antimony, up to about 0.008% arsenic, up to about 0.012% tin, and up to about 0.015% aluminum and/or is resistant to embrittlement at temperatures above 700° f..
| Friction welded turbine disk and shaft|
An assembly for use in a turbine of a gas turbine engine includes a turbine disk and a shaft. The turbine disk comprises a superalloy.
| Turbine blade for industrial gas turbine and industrial gas turbine|
A turbine blade for industrial gas turbine is used which includes a blade substrate formed of a single-crystal heat-resistant alloy containing c: 0.06 to 0.08%, b: 0.016 to 0.035%, hf: 0.2 to 0.3%, cr: 6.9 to 7.3%, mo: 0.7 to 1.0%, w: 7.0 to 9.0%, re: 1.2 to 1.6%, ta: 8.5 to 9.5%, nb: 0.6 to 1.0%, al: 4.9 to 5.2%, co: 0.8 to 1.2%, and the remainder substantially consisting of ni with reference to mass, and includes a diffusion barrier layer, a metal layer, a bond coat, and a top coat, these layers and coats being stacked in this order on a surface of the blade substrate, the metal layer having a thickness of 5 to 30 μm. Thus, the turbine blade can be provided which has a thermal barrier coating formed without loss of a function of the diffusion barrier layer..
| Maskant for fluoride ion cleaning|
A method of treating a surface includes the steps of providing a plating including at least some nickel over a nickel alloy surface in a thickness less than 0.0005″ (0.001 cm), and exposing the surface to a fluoride ion cleaning to remove impurities on the surface, and leaving at least some of the plating.. .
| Fuel assembly|
Nuclear fuel assemblies include fuel elements that are sintered or cast into billets and co-extruded into a spiral, multi-lobed shape. The fuel kernel may be a metal alloy of metal fuel material and a metal-non-fuel material, or ceramic fuel in a metal non-fuel matrix.
| Method producing rare earth magnet|
A method of producing an r-t-b rare earth magnet that include forming an r-t-b (r: rare-earth element, t: fe, or fe and partially co that substitutes for part of fe) rare earth alloy powder into a compact and performing hot working on the compact, wherein the hot working is performed in a direction that is different from the direction in which the forming was performed.. .
| Piezoelectric device|
A piezoelectric device has a first electrode film, a piezoelectric film provided on the first electrode film, and a second electrode film provided on the piezoelectric film. At least one of the pair of electrode films is composed of an alloy, and a major component of the alloy is a metal selected from the group consisting of ti, al, mg, and zn..
| Chassis part, in particular junction element or sub-frame containing an aluminum secondary alloy|
The invention relates to a chassis part, in particular a junction element for connecting a plurality of hollow sections in a frame construction, in particular for a motor vehicle, or in particular on a sub-frame for a motor vehicle.. .
| Transparent conductive laminate body and organic thin film device|
A problem is to provide a transparent conductive laminate body that has a low surface resistivity and an organic thin film device using the laminate body, and the problem is solved by a transparent conductive laminate body having a transparent substrate having laminated directly on at least one surface thereof in this order a conductive metal pattern layer and a conductive organic layer having a conductive organic polymer compound, a material for forming the conductive metal pattern layer being at least one metal selected from gold, silver, copper and platinum, or an alloy having the metal, and an organic thin film device using the same.. .
| Semiconductor structures and memory cells including conductive material and methods of fabrication|
Methods of forming conductive elements, such as interconnects and electrodes, for semiconductor structures and memory cells. The methods include forming a first conductive material and a second conductive material comprising silver in a portion of at least one opening and performing a polishing process to fill the at least one opening with at least one of the first and second conductive materials.
| Impeller manufacturing method|
The present invention relates to an impeller manufacturing method in which a thermal cycle is performed on an assembly body with a brazing material formed of a ni-containing au alloy being placed at a bond portion of at least two impeller constituent members. The thermal cycle includes a temperature increasing process with a temperature increasing rate of 20° c./hr.
| Mercury-free fusible alloy for electrolyzing salts|
An apparatus and method is provided for the production of alkali metals and caustic solutions. The apparatus and method do not require the use of toxic liquid mercury-sodium amalgam electrodes.
| Method of producing displacement plating precursor|
A method of producing a displacement plating precursor, including a deposition step of depositing a cu layer on a surface of a core particle formed of pt or a pt alloy by contacting a cu ion-containing acidic aqueous solution with at least a portion of a cu electrode, and contacting the cu electrode with the core particle or with a composite, in which the core particle is supported on an electroconductive support, within the acidic aqueous solution or outside the acidic aqueous solution, and moreover contacting the core particle with the acidic aqueous solution under an inert gas atmosphere.. .
| Titanium alloy material excellent in scale deposition inhibiting property and formability and a method of producing the same, as well as a heat exchanger or a seawater evaporator|
In which cu, fe, ni and sn each represent the content (mass %) of the respective elements in the titanium alloy in the formula (1).. .
| Aluminum alloy combining high strength, elongation and extrudability|
An aluminum alloy includes, in weight percent, 0.70-0.85 si, 0.14-0.25 fe, 0.25-0.35 cu, 0.05 max mn, 0.75-0.90 mg, 0.12-0.18 cr, 0.05 max zn, and 0.04 max ti, the balance being aluminum and unavoidable impurities. The alloy may be suitable for extruding, and may be formed into an extruded alloy product..
| Cu-zr-based copper alloy plate and process for manufacturing same|
Provided are a cu—zr-based copper alloy plate which retains satisfactory mechanical strength and, at the same time, has a good balance of bending formability and bending elastic limit at a high level and a process for manufacturing the cu—zr-based copper alloy plate. The copper alloy plate contains 0.05% to 0.2% by mass of zr and a remainder including cu and unavoidable impurities, and the average value of kam values measured by an ebsd method using a scanning electron microscope equipped with a backscattered electron diffraction pattern system is 1.5° to 1.8°, the r/t ratio is 0.1 to 0.6 wherein r represents the minimum bending radius which does not cause a crack and t represents the thickness of the plate in a w bending test, and the bending elastic limit is 420 n/mm2 to 520 n/mm2..
| High-purity ferritic stainless steel sheet with excellent oxidation resistance and high-temperature strength, and process for producing the same|
The present invention provides a low-alloy high-purity ferritic stainless steel sheet provided with improved oxidation resistance and high-temperature strength by utilizing sn addition in trace amounts without relying on excessive alloying of al and si which reduces fabricability and weldability or addition of rare elements such as nb, mo, w, and rare earths, and a process for producing the same. The high-purity ferritic stainless steel sheet includes c: 0.001 to 0.03%, si: 0.01 to 2%, mn: 0.01 to 1.5%, p: 0.005 to 0.05%, s: 0.0001 to 0.01%, cr: 16 to 30%, n: 0.001 to 0.03%, al: 0.05 to 3%, and sn: 0.01 to 1% (% by mass), with the remainder being fe and unavoidable impurities.
| Pressure resistant and corrosion resistant copper alloy, brazed structure, and method of manufacturing brazed structure|
A pressure resistant and corrosion resistant copper alloy contains 73.0 mass % to 79.5 mass % of cu and 2.5 mass % to 4.0 mass % of si with a remainder composed of zn and inevitable impurities, in which the content of cu [cu] mass % and the content of si [si] mass % have a relationship of 62.0≦[cu]−3.6×[si]≦67.5. In addition, the area fraction of the α phase “α”%, the area fraction of a β phase “β”%, the area fraction of a γ phase “γ”%, the area fraction of the κ phase “κ”%, and the area fraction of a μ phase “μ”% satisfy 30≦“α”≦84, 15≦“κ”≦68, “α”+“κ”≧92, 0.2≦“κ”/“α”≦2, “β”≦3, “μ”≦5, “β”+“μ”≦6, 0≦“γ”≦7, and 0≦“β”+“μ”+“γ”≦8.
| Laser additive repairing of nickel base superalloy components|
Ni base superalloy components containing relatively large amounts of al and ti are known to be difficult to build up by a weld build up process without cracking. As the al and ti content of the superalloy is increased to improve the strength, the susceptibility to cracking is increased.
| Cu-ga target, method of producing same, light-absorbing layer formed from cu-ga based alloy film, and cigs system solar cell having the light-absorbing layer|
A cu—ga alloy sintered-compact sputtering target having a ga concentration of 40 to 50 at % and cu as the balance, wherein the sintered-compact sputtering target is characterized in that the relative density is 80% or higher, and the compositional deviation of the ga concentration is within ±0.5 at % of the intended composition. A method of producing a cu—ga alloy sintered-compact sputtering target having a ga concentration of 40 to 50 at % and cu as the balance, wherein the method thereof is characterized in that cu and ga raw materials are melted and cooled/pulverized to produce a cu—ga alloy raw material powder, and the obtained material powder is further hot-pressed with a retention temperature being between the melting point of the mixed raw material powder and a temperature 15° c.
| Recovery of silicon value from kerf silicon waste|
The present invention is for the recovery of maximum silicon value of kerf silicon waste, produced during the manufacture of silicon wafers by wire saw, diamond saw and chemical mechanical polishing, as high purity metallurgical silicon. This recovery is achieved by a process scheme that effects an initial removal of minor extrinsic metallic impurities but not the major silicon compound impurities, and followed, preferentially, by a direct metallurgical process to form elemental silicon.
| Method and apparatus for forming titanium-aluminium based alloys|
A method for forming a titanium-aluminum based alloy in which titanium subchlorides and aluminum that have already been heated in a first zone are moved into and heated in an intermediate zone to a temperature at which at least a portion of the material can accrete and form a cake on a surface located in the intermediate zone. The non-caked material is moved to and heated in a second zone to form the titanium-aluminum based alloy.
| Testing of surface crystalline content in bulk amorphous alloy|
Provided in one embodiment is a method, comprising: forming a part comprising a bulk amorphous alloy, wherein the part comprises a sampling portion; determining a parameter related to the part by detecting by imaging on a surface of the sampling portion presence of crystals of the alloy; and evaluating the part based on the parameter.. .
| Electromagnetic forming of metallic glasses using a capacitive discharge and magnetic field|
An apparatus and method of uniformly heating, rheologically softening, and thermoplastically forming metallic glasses rapidly into a net shape using a rapid capacitor discharge forming (rcdf) tool in combination with an electromagnetic force generated by the interaction of the applied current with a transverse magnetic field. The rcdf method utilizes the discharge of electrical energy stored in a capacitor to uniformly and rapidly heat a sample or charge of metallic glass alloy to a predetermined “process temperature” between the glass transition temperature of the amorphous metal and the equilibrium melting point of the alloy in a time scale of several milliseconds or less, at which point the interaction between the electric field and the magnetic field generates a force capable of shaping the heated sample into a high quality amorphous bulk article via any number of techniques including, for example, injection molding, dynamic forging, stamp forging, and blow molding in a time scale of less than one second..
| Apparatus for forming glass with edge directors and methods|
An apparatus for downwardly drawing glass ribbon comprises edge directors, wherein an outer portion defining a first pair of surfaces and a second pair of surfaces. In one example, the first and second pair of surfaces of each edge director includes a glass wettability with a static contact angle within a range of from about 30° to about 60°.
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