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Carole J Markhoff Matheny, John Hay, David Rostoker: Nitrified bonded sol gel sintered aluminous abrasive bodies. Norton Company, David Bennett, March 5, 1991: US04997461 (219 worldwide citation)

Vitrified bonded abrasive bodies prepared from sol gel sintered aluminous grit particles and a vitreous (glass) bond exhibit improved abrasive performance by treating the surfaces of the grit particles so as to give them silica-enriched surfaces.


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Sitaramaiah Ravipati, Eugene Zador, Wesley R Kaczmarek, Ernest A Coleman, David Rostoker: Patterned coated abrasive for fine surface finishing. Norton Company, Arthur A Losielle, May 14, 1991: US05014468 (186 worldwide citation)

Coated abrasive material for fine finishing applications including second fining ophthalmic application, having patterned surface coating of abrasive grains dispersed in radiation-cured adhesive binder. The patterned surface coating is defined by a plurality of formations of such abrasive/binder eac ...


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David Rostoker, Carole J Markhoff Matheny: Vitrified bonded finely milled sol gel aluminous bodies. Norton Company, David Bennett, July 21, 1992: US05131926 (107 worldwide citation)

Vitrified bonded abrasive bodies prepared from sol-gel sintered aluminous grit particles and a vitreous (glass) bond exhibit improved abrasive performance by coating the surfaces of the grit particles with a metal oxide, preferably by means of an organofunctional metal-containing surfactant having a ...


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David Rostoker: Glass bonded abrasive agglomerates. Norton Company, Rufus M Franklin, September 17, 1985: US04541842 (73 worldwide citation)

Particles of agglomerates of abrasive particles held in a porous glassy matrix are produced by mixing abrasive grits with known porous-glass forming compositions. In the resulting product the abrasive grits are held encapsulated within the thin walls of the porous body and tend to concentrate at the ...


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David Rostoker: Polishing material. Saint Gobain Norton Industrial Ceramics, David Bennett, April 5, 1994: US05300130 (50 worldwide citation)

A novel polishing slurry for particularly hard materials such a silicon carbide has been found. The slurry comprises diamond particles with a median particle size of around a micron and alpha alumina particles with a median size of from about 20 to about 200 nanometers.


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David Rostoker: Pulverulent borosilicate composition and a method of making a cellular borosilicate body therefrom. Pittsburgh Corning Corporation, Stanley J Price Jr, John M Adams, October 10, 1978: US04119422 (49 worldwide citation)

An aqueous slurry comprising an intimate mixture of colloidal silica, (preferably an amorphous, precipitated, hydrated silica), caustic potash, boric acid and alumina is first prepared and then dried. The dried aggregates are thereafter crushed, calcined and rapidly quenched. It is preferred to dry ...


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David Rostoker: Method of forming a potassium aluminoborosilicate frit. Pittsburgh Corning Corporation, Stanley J Price Jr, John M Adams, February 21, 1978: US04075025 (36 worldwide citation)

An aqueous slurry comprising an intimate mixture of colloidal silica, (preferably an amorphous, precipitated, hydrated silica), caustic potash, boric acid and alumina is first prepared and then dried. The dried aggregates are thereafter crushed, calcined and rapidly quenched. It is preferred to dry ...


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Carole J Markhoff Matheny, John Hay, David Rostoker: Vitrified bonded sol gel sintered aluminous abrasive bodies. Norton Company, David Bennett, July 21, 1992: US05131923 (30 worldwide citation)

Vitrified bonded abrasive bodies prepared from sol gel sintered aluminous grit particles and a vitreous (glass) bond exhibit improved abrasive performance by treating the surfaces of the grit particles so as to give them silica-enriched surfaces.


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William H Armistead, Dominic P Mamazza, David Rostoker, Frank E Woolley: Casting powder. Corning Glass Works, Richard N Wardell, Clarence R Patty Jr, June 22, 1976: US03964916 (16 worldwide citation)

Particulate casting material is applied onto the upper surface of molten steel in a vertical continuous casting mold where it rapidly melts to form a protective flux-lubricant molten glass covering which also flows down between the solidifying cast steel and the mold wall. Casting material is a subs ...


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Michael David Rostoker: Load restraint system and method. Gerald E Linden, March 25, 2003: US06537003 (11 worldwide citation)

An improved load restraint system and method for protecting and supporting loads, such as cargo, especially during transit movement. The load restraint system and method compensates for various attitude, altitude and ambient pressure changes while maintaining sufficient restraining supportive force ...