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Sunil C Jha, James A Forster, Robert W Howard: Titanium metal foils and method of making. Texas Instruments Incorporated, Russell E Baumann, Richard L Donaldson, Rene E Grossman, February 6, 1996: US05489411 (92 worldwide citation)

A high strength titanium alloy or titanium aluminide metal foil having improved strength and density is produced, preferably in coilable strip form, by plasma-depositing the selected titanium-based material on a receiving surface, separating the deposited material from the receiving surface to provi ...


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Sunil C Jha, Kenneth L Rubow, Cathy L Cowan, Mark R Eisenmann: Composite porous media. Mott Metallurgical Corporation, Hale and Dorr, June 27, 2000: US06080219 (19 worldwide citation)

A composite porous media for either gas or liquid flow is strong and efficient, and can readily be formed in or into a wide range of different shapes and configurations. In particular, the porous media is a composite of a metal, aerogel or ceramic foam (i.e., a reticulated inter-cellular structure i ...


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Sunil C Jha, James A Forster, Henry F Breit: Circuit system, a composite material for use therein, and a method of making the material. Texas Instruments Incorporated, Russell E Baumann, Richard L Donaldson, Rene E Grossman, May 10, 1994: US05310520 (18 worldwide citation)

Discrete powder particles of copper 14 and INVAR 12 are mixed together in a container 16 and packed into a powder metal article. This article is hot vacuum degassed and vacuum sealed and then heated to temperature well below the sintering temperature of copper or INVAR. Immediately after heating the ...


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Sunil C Jha, James A Forster: Heat-transferring circuit substrate with limited thermal expansion and method for making. Texas Instruments Incorporated, Russell E Baumann, Richard L Donaldson, Rene E Grossman, October 20, 1992: US05156923 (17 worldwide citation)

Layers of copper and Invar are cold pressure rolled with reduction in thickness to be metallurgically bonded together in interleaved relation, and strips of the bonded materials are cold pressure rolled together a plurality of times with reduction in thickness to be metallurgically bonded together t ...


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Sunil C Jha, James A Forster: Catalytic converters--metal foil material for use therein, and a method of making the material. Texas Instruments Incorporated, Russell E Baumann, Richard L Donaldson, Rene E Grossman, November 22, 1994: US05366139 (11 worldwide citation)

A metal foil substrate material for catalytic converters and method of making the material in which layers of ferritic stainless steel and aluminum are solid state metallurgically bonded together forming a composite material. Such composite material is further rolled to the final foil gauge with no ...


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Sunil C Jha, James A Forster: Heat exchanger assemblies-material for use therin, and a method of making the material. Texas Instruments Incorporated, Russell E Baumann, Richard L Donaldson, Ren e E Grossman, September 10, 1996: US05553770 (7 worldwide citation)

A self-brazing material 10 for use in a heat exchanger 50 using a corrosive heat exchanger fluid is manufactured by providing a first substrate layer 10 and a second layer 12 metallurgically bonding the two layers together to form a composite material 22. This second layer 12 is made of a material c ...


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Sunil C Jha, Kenneth L Rubow, Cathy L Cowan, Mark R Eisenmann: Composite porous media. Mott Metallurgical Corporation, Hale and Dorr, April 13, 2004: US06719947 (6 worldwide citation)

A composite porous media for either gas or liquid flow is strong and efficient, and can readily be formed in or into a wide range of different shapes and configurations. In particular, the porous media is a composite of a metal, aerogel or ceramic foam (i.e., a reticulated inter-cellular structure i ...


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Sunil C Jha, Kenneth L Rubow, Cathy L Cowan, Mark R Eisenmann: Composite porous media. Mott Corporation, Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr, September 26, 2006: US07112234 (5 worldwide citation)

A composite porous media for either gas or liquid flow is strong and efficient, and can readily be formed in or into a wide range of different shapes and configurations. In particular, the porous media is a composite of a metal, aerogel or ceramic foam (i.e., a reticulated inter-cellular structure i ...


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Sunil C Jha, James A Forster: Catalytic converters--metal foil material for use therein, and a method of making the material. Texas Instruments Incorporated, September 5, 1995: US05447698 (5 worldwide citation)

A metal foil substrate material for catalytic converters and method of making the material in which layers of ferritic stainless steel and aluminum are solid state metallurgically bonded together forming a composite material. Such composite material is further rolled to the final foil gauge with no ...


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Sunil C Jha, James A Forster: Method of making metal foil material for catalytic converters. Texas Instruments Incorporated, Russell E Baumann, Richard L Donaldson, Rene E Grossman, May 14, 1996: US05516383 (4 worldwide citation)

A metal foil substrate material 50 for catalytic converters 54 and method of making the material in which layers (10, 12, 14) of ferritic stainless steel and aluminum are solid state metallurgically bonded together forming a composite material 24. Such composite material 24 is further rolled to the ...