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Bomford Michael James, Benjamin John Stanwood: Mechanically-alloyed aluminum-aluminum oxide. The International Nickel Company, June 11, 1974: US3816080 (77 worldwide citation)

A mechanically alloyed composite powder wherein individual particles include an aluminum matrix having equiaxed aluminum oxide dispersoid particles having a size of about 100A to 2,000A uniformly distributed therethrough at particle spacings of about 500 to 3,000A. Products made by consolidating the ...


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Benjamin John Stanwood: Consolidated composite materials by powder metallurgy. The International Nickel Company, Pinel Maurice L, January 15, 1974: US3785801 (64 worldwide citation)

Directed to the powder metallurgy production of consolidated metal products wherein the starting material comprises dense wrought particles containing at least 15 percent by volume of a compressively deformable metal with the remainder being one or more other metals or non-metals with the internal s ...


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Ian Sidney Rex Clark, John Kenneth Pargeter, John Oliver Ward: Spray casting of gas atomized molten metal to produce high density ingots. The International Nickel Company, Raymond J Kenny, Ewan C MacQueen, January 3, 1978: US04066117 (58 worldwide citation)

A process is disclosed for producing a high density spray cast metal body from a highly energetic atomized metal stream by directing said atomized stream into the interior of a mold and causing said stream to scan and fill said mold interior by effecting relative movement between said atomized metal ...


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Luch Daniel: Electrodeposition on non-conductive surfaces. The International Nickel Company, February 11, 1975: US3865699 (50 worldwide citation)

A process for metalizing a non-conductive substrate wherein the substrate is coated with an organic polymer-carbon black mixture, having a volume resistivity of less than about 1,000 ohm-centimeters, the surface of the mixture is caused to contain sulfur and the thus treated substrate is placed as a ...


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Walter Adrian Petersen: Welding electrode. The International Nickel Company, Walter A Petersen, Ewan C MacQueen, Raymond J Kenny, March 1, 1977: US04010309 (39 worldwide citation)

Directed to a welding flux and covered welding electrodes, and, more particularly, to covered electrodes having a nickel-chromium-iron alloy core and a special flux coating or covering, which electrode is capable of joining similar and dissimilar metals and which produces, in all positions, sound we ...


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Daniel Luch: Platable polymeric composition. The International Nickel Company, Francis J Mulligan Jr, Ewan E MacQueen, February 22, 1977: US04009093 (35 worldwide citation)

A process for metalizing a non-conductive substrate wherein the substrate is coated with an organic polymer-carbon black mixture, having a volume resistivity of less than about 1000 ohm-centimeters, the surface of the mixture is caused to contain sulfur and the thus treated substrate is placed as a ...


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Timothy E Volin: Process for preparing mixed metal oxide catalysts. The International Nickel Company, Ewan C MacQueen, Miriam W Leff, January 16, 1979: US04134852 (35 worldwide citation)

Mixed metal oxides are prepared as catalyst materials by a method comprising high energy impact milling of a formulated mixture of powders to form a mechanically alloyed product and heat treating said product in an oxidizing atmosphere to form the desired compound. In a preferred embodiment a cataly ...


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Smith Jr Darrell Franklin, Clatworthy Edward Frederick: Heat treatment of nickel alloys. The International Nickel Company, March 18, 1975: US3871928 (34 worldwide citation)

Heat treating process enables obtaining desired combinations of strength, ductility and fabricability characteristics in heat resistant age-hardenable alloys having precipitation-hardening amounts of columbium, titanium and/or tantalum in a nickel-containing matrix.


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Manilla Charles Ernest, Honaker Harold Hilton, Gothard David Olen: Production of clad metal articles. The International Nickel Company, August 21, 1973: US3753704 (33 worldwide citation)

Production of clad stock, e.g., bar, tubing, pipe, etc., wherein the cladding is prepared by pressing metal powders to desired form, the green form is sintered and coextruded hot with the core or basis material. Highly corrosion resistant cladding metals can be applied to basis materials of iron-gro ...


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Robert Lacock Cairns, John Stanwood Benjamin: Iron-chromium-aluminum alloys with improved high temperature properties. The International Nickel Company, Miriam W Leff, Ewan C MacQueen, November 16, 1976: US03992161 (33 worldwide citation)

A powder metallurgy product comprising iron and chromium, and/or aluminum and characterized by elongated grains that are stable at elevated temperatures.