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Leo T Kilpinen: Load sensor for a grinding mill. The International Nickel Company, Ewan C MacQueen, Raymond J Kenny, Miriam W Leff, October 31, 1978: US04123009 (28 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for detecting predetermined operating conditions of a machine driven by an electric motor, in which a filtered electric signal is utilized. The filter is designed to signal the occurrence of frequencies within a predetermined band, thereby enabling detection of an event charac ...


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John Joseph Fischer: Dispersion strengthened ferritic alloy for use in liquid-metal fast breeder reactors (LMFBRS). The International Nickel Company, Ewan C MacQueen, Raymond J Kenny, Miriam W Leff, February 21, 1978: US04075010 (28 worldwide citation)

A dispersion-strengthened ferritic alloy is provided which has high temperature strength and is readily fabricable at ambient temperatures and which is useful as structural elements of liquid metal fast breeder reactors.


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Walter A Petersen, Jonathan A Travis, Frank A Badia: Gold colored laminated composite material having magnetic properties. The International Nickel Co, Raymond J Kenny, Edward A Steen, September 29, 1981: US04292377 (26 worldwide citation)

A novel laminated composite material of gold-colored appearance especially suited for, but not limited to, coinage applications has a ferromagnetic core located between sheathing layers of a Cu-Al or Cu-Ni-Al alloy and separated therefrom by layers of copper. Alternative methods involving hot and/or ...


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Grigori S Victorovich, Norman C Nissen, Kohur N Subramanian: Autoclave oxidation leaching of sulfide materials containing copper, nickel and/or cobalt. The International Nickel Company, Raymond J Kenny, Miriam W Leff, December 8, 1981: US04304644 (26 worldwide citation)

A process is provided for treating a matte for selective extraction of nonferrous metals using a single stage oxidative pressure leach wherein leaching is carried out in a continuous manner and relatively mild conditions on an aqueous slurry of the matte having a specific sulfur adjustment, having c ...


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John MacDougall, John K Pargeter: Furnacing. International Metals Reclamation Co, Francis J Mulligan Jr, Raymond J Kenny, November 18, 1986: US04622905 (26 worldwide citation)

Discloses an improvement in furnacing objects on the top surface of an impervious rotating hearth in a directly fired rotary hearth furnace by the use of fuel burning with a luminous flame e.g., coal.


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Francisco Olano, John A MacDougall, John K Pargeter: Conveying screw for furnace. The International Metals Reclamation Co, Edward A Steen, Raymond J Kenny, January 13, 1987: US04636127 (25 worldwide citation)

A countercurrent fluid cooled conveying screw is disclosed. Suitable for furnace applications, the screw includes an outer shaft spatially circumscribing an inner tube. A plurality of hollow, fluid cooled flights are affixed to the outer shaft and are in fluid flow communication with coolant coursin ...


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Herbert L Eiselstein, Jerry A Harris, Darrell F Smith Jr, Edward F Clatworthy, Stephen Floreen, Jeffrey M Davidson: Corrosion resistant high-strength nickel-base alloy. INCO Alloys International, Raymond J Kenny, Francis J Mulligan, November 29, 1988: US04788036 (24 worldwide citation)

Nickel-base alloys containing special and correlated percentages of chromium, iron, molybdenum, titanium, columbium, aluminum etc. (i) provide an attractive combination of strength, ductility, resistance to environmental media and other desirable characteristics, (ii) can be processed by cold workin ...


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Eduardo de Freitas Couto Rosa, Gaylord D Smith: Aircraft exhaust valves. Inco Alloys International, Raymond J Kenny, Francis J Mulligan Jr, September 19, 1989: US04867116 (24 worldwide citation)

A spark-ignited internal combustion engine exhaust valve having on critical surfaces thereof, e.g. on the stem where exhaust gases impinge, an aluminide from the group of nickel and titanium aluminides.


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Richard K Lea, Julian D Edwards, D Frederick Colton: Process for the extraction of precious metals from solutions thereof. Inco, Edward A Steen, Francis J Mulligan Jr, Raymond J Kenny, June 28, 1983: US04390366 (23 worldwide citation)

A process for sequentially and selectively separating gold and platinum group metals from aqueous solutions containing them is disclosed.


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Darrell F Smith Jr, Edward F Clatworthy: Tube material for sour wells of intermediate depths. Huntington Alloys, Ewan C MacQueen, Raymond J Kenny, November 9, 1982: US04358511 (23 worldwide citation)

Directed to a nickel-chromium-molybdenum alloy containing about 1.3% to about 3% of aluminum plus titanium, which is particularly useful where corrosion resistance, strength and ductility are required, such as in oil well tubing.