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Marc S Newkirk, Danny R White, Christopher R Kennedy, Alan S Nagelberg, Michael K Aghajanian, Robert J Wiener: Macrocomposite bodies. Lanxide Technology Company, Jeffrey R Ramberg, April 8, 1997: US05618635 (7 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to the formation of a macrocomposite body by spontaneously infiltrating a permeable mass of filler material or a preform with molten matrix metal and bonding the spontaneously infiltrated material to at least one second material such as a ceramic or ceramic containing b ...


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Michael Kevork Aghajanian, Ralph Alfred Langensiepen, Christopher Robin Kennedy, Michael Angelo Rocazella, Robert James Wiener, Gregory Eugene Hannon, John Jennings Crowther, Allyn Leslie McCormick: Gating mean for metal matrix composite manufacture. Lanxide Technology Company, Jeffrey R Ramberg, December 22, 1998: US05851686 (7 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to the use of a gating means in combination with a spontaneous infiltration process to produce a metal matrix composite body. Particularly, a permeable mass of filler material or a preform is spontaneously infiltrated by molten matrix metal to form a metal matrix compos ...


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Danny R White, Andrew W Urquhart, Michael K Aghajanian, Dave K Creber: Metal matrix composites. Lanxide Technology Company, Jeffrey R Ramberg, January 5, 1999: US05856025 (7 worldwide citation)

A ceramic-reinforced aluminum matrix composite is formed by contacting a molten aluminum-magnesium alloy with a permeable mass of ceramic material in the presence of a gas comprising from about 10 to 100% nitrogen, by volume, balance non-oxidizing gas, e.g., hydrogen or argon. Under these conditions ...


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Marc S Newkirk: Method for forming metal matrix composite bodies by using a modified spontaneous infiltration process and products produced thereby. Lanxide Technology Company, Carol A Lewis, Jeffrey R Ramberg, January 30, 1996: US05487420 (7 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a novel process for forming metal matrix composite bodies. Specifically, a metal which typically would not exhibit spontaneous infiltration properties under a given set of processing conditions can be induced to infiltrate a filler material or preform when combined o ...


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Christopher R Kennedy, Birol Sonuparlak, Ali S Fareed, John E Garnier, Gerhard H Schiroky: Composite materials and methods for making the same. Lanxide Technology Company, Mark G Mortenson, Jeffrey R Ramberg, July 19, 1994: US05330849 (7 worldwide citation)

The present invention generally relates to mechanisms for preventing undesirable oxidation (i.e., oxidation protection mechanisms) of reinforcement materials in composite bodies. The oxidation protection mechanisms include getterer materials which are added to the composite body which gather or scav ...


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Michael K Aghajanian, Terry D Claar: Metal matrix composite with a barrier. Lanxide Technology Company, Mark G Mortenson, William E McShane, Jeffrey R Ramberg, August 25, 1992: US05141819 (7 worldwide citation)

A net shaped ceramic-reinforced aluminum matrix composite is formed by forming a permeable mass of ceramic material with a defined surface boundary having a barrier, and contracting a molten aluminum-magnesium alloy with the permeable mass of ceramic material in the presence of a gas comprising from ...


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Douglas G Evans, Scott M Goldman, Russell T Kronengold: Devices and methods for treating defects in the tissue of a living being. Kensey Nash BVF Technology, Jeffrey R Ramberg, April 23, 2013: US08425619 (6 worldwide citation)

An implant for deployment in select locations or select tissue for regeneration of tissue is disclosed. The implant includes collagen and or other bio-resorbable materials, where the implant may also be used for therapy delivery.


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Douglas G Evans, Scott M Goldman, Russell T Kronengold: Devices and methods for treating defects in the tissue of a living being. Kensey Nash BVF Technology, Jeffrey R Ramberg, May 7, 2013: US08435306 (6 worldwide citation)

An implant for deployment in select locations or select tissue for regeneration of tissue is disclosed. The implant includes collagen and or other bio-resorbable materials, where the implant may also be used for therapy delivery.


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John E Nash, Douglas G Evans, David M Hoganson: Surgical connector systems and methods of use. Kensey Nash Corporation, Jeffrey R Ramberg, August 2, 2005: US06923820 (6 worldwide citation)

A system and method of use for effecting the bypass or other anastomosis, connection, or port in a portion of a native blood vessel, duct, lumen or other tubular organ within the body of a living being. The system includes a connector assembly and a deployment instrument for carrying the device to t ...


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Adam J Gesing, Edward S Luce, Narashima S Raghavan, Danny R White: Production of metal carbide articles. Lanxide Technology Company, Mark G Mortenson, Jeffrey R Ramberg, October 19, 1993: US05254509 (6 worldwide citation)

A method for manufacture of Group IVB metal carbide comprising a carbide of a metal selected from the group consisting of titanium, hafnium and zirconium ceramic composites is provided wherein a permeable mass of filler and carbon is contacted with a molten Group IVB metal. The molten metal is maint ...