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Kouzou Tsunoyama, Yoshiharu Ohashi, Yasuko Furunushi, Motoyuki Konishi: Method of laser emission spectroscopical analysis and apparatus therefor. Kawasaki Steel Corporation, Parkhurst & Oliff, September 1, 1987: US04690558 (8 worldwide citation)

In a method of laser emission spectroscopical analysis, wherein a light emitted from the surface of a sample when a laser beam is irradiated onto the surface of the sample is spectroscopically analyzed, an emission mode of the laser beam is fixed to a gauss distribution type TEM.sub.00 mode to avoid ...


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Akira Yasuda, Toshio Irie, Motoyuki Konishi: Method of producing a thin steel sheet having baking hardenability and adapted for drawing. Kawasaki Steel Corporation, Balogh Osann Kramer Dvorak Genova & Traub, May 20, 1986: US04589931 (7 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a method for producing a thin cold rolled steel sheet, which is adapted to be formed into, for example, an external automotive plate. The method includes an appearance-finishing step by bake-coating as a final step after drawing (such as press molding), and has a remar ...


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Nobuo Ohashi, Motoyuki Konishi, Minoru Nishida, Yukio Inokuchi: Process of pretreating cold-rolled steel sheet for annealing. Kawasaki Steel Corporation, Fleit & Jacobson, August 16, 1977: US04042425 (6 worldwide citation)

A pretreatment of cold-rolled steel sheet for annealing so as to suppress graphite formation on the surface thereof and nitrogenization during the annealing for recrystallization, by causing an effective amount of sulfur, aluminum, tin, arsenic, lead, antimony, bismuth, selenium, and/or tellurium to ...


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Nobuo Ohashi, Motoyuki Konishi, Minoru Nishida, Yukio Inokuchi: Process of pretreating cold-rolled steel sheet for annealing. Kawasaki Steel Corporation, Fleit & Jacobson, June 3, 1980: US04206004 (4 worldwide citation)

A pretreatment of cold-rolled steel sheet for annealing so as to suppress graphite formation on the surface thereof and nitrogenization during the annealing for recrystallization, by causing an effective amount of sulfur, aluminum, tin, arsenic, lead, antimony, bismuth, selenium, and/or tellurium to ...