Deodatta Shenai-Khatkhate
Deodatta Vinayak Shenai Khatkhate, Egbert Woelk: Organometallic compounds. Rohm and Haas Electronic Materials, S Matthew Cairns, Rohm and Haas Electronic Materials, June 1, 2006: US20060115595-A1

Compositions useful in the manufacture of compound semiconductors are provided. Methods of manufacturing compound semiconductors using these compositions are also provided.

Chen Ho Sou, Polk Donald E: Novel amorphous metals and amorphous metal articles. Allied Chemical Corporation, Plantamura Arthur J, December 24, 1974: US3856513 (255 worldwide citation)

Novel metal alloy compositions which are obtained in the amorphous state and are superior to such previously known alloys based on the same metals are provided; these new compositions are easily quenched to the amorphous state and possess desirable physical properties. Also disclosed is a novel arti ...

Hermann Wolfgang, Esser Winfried, Singer Robert, Volek Andreas, Grossmann Joern, Buergel Ralf, Scholz Alfred, Pyczak Florian, Preuhs Juergen, Mughrabi Hael: High-temperature part and method for producing the same. Siemens, May 15, 2002: EP1204776-A1 (223 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a high-temperature part (1) made of a nickel super-alloy having the following composition in wt %: 11-13 % of Cr; 3-5 % of W; 0.5-2.5 % of Mo; 3-5 % of Al; 3-5 % of Ti; 3-7 % of Ta; 1-5 % of Re; the balance consisting of nickel. This invention also relates to a corre ...

Robert P Radtke: Method of drill bit manufacture. Strata Bit Corporation, Burns Doane Swecker & Mathis, February 19, 1985: US04499795 (190 worldwide citation)

A method is disclosed for the manufacture of a drill bit having a hollow tubular body, or drill bit components, with an exterior tungsten carbide coated surface, and with cutting elements positioned in the cutting surfaces thereof. The drill bit body, or a bit component, such as a cutting blade, is ...

Dillis V Allen: Constant resonant frequency golf club head. June 5, 1990: US04930781 (189 worldwide citation)

A metallic golf club head formed with a one-piece thin-walled forward body including a ball striking face, a perimeter wall having a uniform rearward depth and a hosel, and a rear cover that encloses the perimeter wall.

Neil H Talbot, Christopher G Keller, Albert P Pisano: Method for fabricating needles via conformal deposition in two-piece molds. The Regents of the University of California, William S Pennie & Edmonds Galliani, August 22, 2000: US06106751 (138 worldwide citation)

A method of fabricating a needle via conformal deposition in a two-piece mold includes the step of attaching a top mold member to a bottom mold member such that the top mold member and the bottom mold member define an enclosed, elongated needle trench with a deposition aperture. A conformal substanc ...

Mandayam C Narasimhan: Continuous casting method for metallic strips. Allied Chemical Corporation, Gerhard H Fuchs, March 6, 1979: US04142571 (134 worldwide citation)

Continuous metal strips are formed by forcing molten metal onto the surface of a moving chill body under pressure through a slotted nozzle located in close proximity to the surface of the chill body. Critical selection of nozzle dimensions, velocity of movement of the chill body surface, and gap bet ...

Malachi P Kenney, Kenneth P Young, Alan A Koch: Continuous production of metal alloy composites. International Telephone and Telegraph Corporation, James B Raden, Harold J Holt, September 25, 1984: US04473103 (103 worldwide citation)

A process and apparatus for the continuous production of shaped aluminum alloy-particulate composites. The process comprises metering at a substantially constant ratio a particulate solid molten aluminum alloy containing at least 0.10% by weight of magnesium into a mixing station while continuously ...

Danny R White, Andrew W Urquhart, Michael K Aghajanian, Dave K Creber: Metal matrix composites. Lanxide Technology Company, Mark G Mortenson, May 9, 1989: US04828008 (100 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 ...

Gunter Baro, Jakob Russ: Metallic sleeve for bridging a leakage point on a pipe. ABB Reaktor, Herbert L Lerner, Laurence A Greenberg, November 29, 1994: US05368075 (96 worldwide citation)

A metallic sleeve for bridging a leakage point on a pipe has a predetermined wall thickness and requires relatively large expansion forces. In order to reduce spring-back after expansion has been completed, the sleeve is of multi-layer construction. The individual layers may be applied one after the ...

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