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Williams Terence, Hayes Michael William: Formation of polymer coatings on substrates.. British Iron Steel Research, October 29, 1969: GB1168641-A (18 worldwide citation)

1,168,641. Polymeric coatings. BRITISH IRON & STEEL RESEARCH ASSOCIATION. 5 June, 1967 [19 May, 1966], No. 22245/66. Headings C3B and C3P. [Also in Division C7] In a process for coating substrates, especially metals, a radiation curable material is vapour deposited on the substrate and the deposited ...


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Smith Bernard Owen: Improvements in or relating to the detection of surface abnormalities. British Iron Steel Research, April 26, 1962: GB894570-A (16 worldwide citation)

894,570. Photo-electric flaws detection. BRITISH IRON & STEEL RESEARCH ASSOCIATION. Oct. 17, 1960 [July 15, 1959], No. 24300/59. Class 40(3). In order to detect flaws and the like in a moving surface, e.g. of tinplate, light is directed in a narrow beam having its axis transverse to the direction of ...


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Gibbon William Malcolm, Davies Idwal, Harris Alan Gwynne: Process for the production of metal strip from powdered metal. British Iron Steel Research, August 25, 1993: GB1212681-A (12 worldwide citation)

1,212,681. Production of sintered metal strip. BRITISH IRON & STEEL RESEARCH ASSOCIATION. Nov. 17, 1967 [Nov. 18, 1966; Feb.27, 1967], Nos. 51861/66 and 9130/67. Heading C7D. Sintered metal strip preferably 0À001-0À02" thick is produced by depositing on to a support such as a metal belt or drum a su ...


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Manuel John Stenhouse: Improvements in and relating to reflectors. British Iron Steel Research, April 18, 1968: GB1110073-A (11 worldwide citation)

1,110,073. Reflectors for infra-red heaters. BRITISH IRON & STEEL RESEARCH ASSOCIATION. 18 Nov., 1966 [9 Nov., 1965], No. 47442/65. Heading H5H. [Also in Division F4] A reflector comprising main energy-reflecting surfaces A, shaped parabolically, with a recess having a further reflecting surface C, ...


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Wright George Hodgson: Manufacture of composite metallic products from powder. British Iron Steel Research, February 12, 1974: GB1383429-A (10 worldwide citation)

1383429 Production of sintered composite articles BRITISH IRON & STEEL RESEARCH ASSOCIATION 5 July 1973 [5 July 1972] 31480/72 Heading C7D Composite sintered metal articles are produced by charging a flexible container 16 with layers of different metal powder 19, 20, the container being supported in ...


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Widdowson Roy, Speceley Gene Donald: Bottom poured ingots. The British Iron & Steel Research Association, June 27, 1972: US3672432 (9 worldwide citation)

In the known bottom poured method of casting steel ingots molten metal is poured down a runner system communicating with the bottom of the ingot mould. With the invention the runner system is made pressure tight and a pressurized gas is applied to the top of the upstanding runner of the runner syste ...


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Pattison John Robert: Improvements in or relating to heat exchangers. British Iron Steel Research, May 17, 1961: GB868368-A (9 worldwide citation)

868,368. Tubular heat exchangers. BRITISH IRON & STEEL RESEARCH ASSOCIATION. Oct. 9, 1959 [Oct. 10, 1958], No. 32395/58. Class 64(3) A heat exchanger for transmitting heat from a first Rowing gas to a second flowing gas comprises two independent fluidized beds which are fluidized by the first and se ...


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Strymowicz Jerzy: Space frames. British Iron Steel Research, October 2, 1974: GB1369236-A (9 worldwide citation)

1369236 Rod couplings BRITISH IRON & STEEL RESEARCH ASSOCIATION 23 May 1972 [24 May 1971] 16574/71 Headings F2G and F2M [Also in Division E2] In a connector, e.g. in a space frame forming the roofing structure of a building, a tubular frame member 10 is connected to a spigot 12 by displacing separat ...


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Salt Frederick William: Improvements in or relating to the formation of metal coatings by electro-deposition. British Iron Steel Research, June 1, 1967: GB1070343-A (9 worldwide citation)

Metal coatings are formed on a metal substrate, e.g. a sheet, strip, wire or rod, by immersing the substrate in a solution containing a source of the metal ions which are to be deposited (e.g. Cu, Ni, Fe or Zn ions), a cationic surfactant and suspended finely-divided metal particles (e.g. Fe, Zn or ...


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Davis Norman, Norris Paul Alfred: Method and apparatus for testing ferromagnetic material. British Iron Steel Research, February 26, 1975: GB1385198-A (9 worldwide citation)

1385198 Testing ferromagnetic material BRITISH IRON & STEEL RESEARCH ASSOCIATION 14 July 1972 [16 July 1971] 33552/71 Heading G1N The metallurgical phase, and/or temperature of a ferromagnetic material is detected by passing an alternating magnetic flux through the material and measuring the flux as ...