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Michael K Aghajanian, Allyn L McCormick, Bradley N Morgan, Anthony F Liszkiewicz Jr: Boron carbide composite bodies, and methods for making same. M Cubed Technologies, Jeffrey R Ramberg, March 8, 2005: US06862970 (25 worldwide citation)

A composite body produced by a reactive infiltration process that possesses high mechanical strength, high hardness and high stiffness has applications in such diverse industries as precision equipment and ballistic armor. Specifically, the composite material features a boron carbide filler or reinf ...


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Terry Dennis Claar, Vilupanur Alwar Ravi, Philip Joseph Roach: Composite bodies and methods for making same. Lanxide Technology Company, Jeffrey R Ramberg, September 5, 2000: US06113982 (23 worldwide citation)

This invention relates generally to a novel directed metal oxidation process which is utilized to produce self-supporting bodies. In some of the more specific aspects of the invention, a parent metal (e.g., a parent metal vapor) is induced to react with at least one solid oxidant-containing material ...


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Michael K Aghajanian: Toughness enhanced silicon-containing composite bodies, and methods for making same. M Cubed Technologies, Jeffrey R Ramberg, February 7, 2006: US06995103 (20 worldwide citation)

A silicon-containing composite body that would otherwise be brittle can be engineered to exhibit enhanced fracture toughness. Specifically, a silicon-ceramic composite body is produced, preferably by a reactive infiltration technique. The ceramic is selected such that it has a higher coefficient of ...


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Michael K Aghajanian, Allyn L McCormick, Bradley N Morgan, Anthony F Liszkiewicz Jr: Boron carbide composite bodies, and methods for making same. M Cubed Technologies, Law Office of Jeffrey R Ramberg, February 19, 2008: US07332221 (10 worldwide citation)

A composite body produced by a reactive infiltration process that possesses high mechanical strength, high hardness and high stiffness has applications in such diverse industries as precision equipment and ballistic armor. Specifically, the composite material features a boron carbide filler or reinf ...


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Prashant G Karandikar, Jai R Singh, Clarence A Andersson: Low expansion metal-ceramic composite bodies, and methods for making same. Law Office of Jeffrey R Ramberg, January 30, 2007: US07169465 (5 worldwide citation)

A low CTE metal-ceramic composite material featuring carbon fibers reinforcing a matrix featuring silicon metal or silicon alloy. The fibers have a low coefficient of thermal expansion (CTE) in the axial direction, and preferably negative. The principles of making Si/SiC composites can be adapted to ...


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Terry D Claar, Vilupanur A Ravi, Philip J Roach: Composite bodies and methods for making same. Lanxide Technology Company, Mark G Mortenson, Jeffrey R Ramberg, August 8, 1995: US05439744 (5 worldwide citation)

This invention relates generally to a novel directed metal oxidation process which is utilized to produce self-supporting bodies. In some of the more specific aspects of the invention, a parent metal (e.g., a parent metal vapor) is induced to react with at least one solid oxidant-containing material ...


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W Michael Waggoner, Barry R Rossing, Marlene Rossing legal representative, Michael A Richmond, Michael K Aghajanian, Allyn L McCormick: Silicon-containing composite bodies, and methods for making same. Jeffrey R Ramberg, February 9, 2010: US07658781 (4 worldwide citation)

Composite bodies made by a silicon metal infiltration process that feature a metal phase in addition to any residual silicon phase. Not only does this give the composite material engineer greater flexibility in designing or tailoring the physical properties of the resulting composite material, but t ...


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Aghajanian Michael K, Mccormick Allyn L, Morgan Bradley N, Liszkiewicz Jr Anthony F, Ramberg Jeffrey R, Mckenna David W: Boron carbide composite bodies, and methods for making same. M Cubed Technologies, Aghajanian Michael K, Mccormick Allyn L, Morgan Bradley N, Liszkiewicz Jr Anthony F, Ramberg Jeffrey R, Mckenna David W, RAMBERG Jeffrey R, September 1, 2005: WO/2005/079207 (4 worldwide citation)

A boron carbide composite body produced by an infiltration process that possesses high mechanical strength, high hardness and high stiffness has applications in such diverse industries as precision equipment and ballistic armor. In one embodiment, the composite material features a boron carbide fill ...


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Michael K Aghajanian, Allyn L McCormick, Bradley N Morgan, Anthony F Liszkiewicz Jr: Boron carbide composite bodies, and methods for making same. Law Office of Jeffrey R Ramberg, April 3, 2007: US07197972 (3 worldwide citation)

A composite body produced by a reactive infiltration process that possesses high mechanical strength, high hardness and high stiffness has applications in such diverse industries as precision equipment and ballistic armor. Specifically, the composite material features a boron carbide filler or reinf ...


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Michael K Aghajanian, Allyn L McCormick, Michael S Epperly: Intermetallic-containing composite bodies, and methods for making same. Law Office of Jeffrey R Ramberg, June 3, 2014: US08741212 (1 worldwide citation)

Composite bodies made by a silicon metal infiltration process that feature a silicon intermetallic, e.g., a metal silicide. Not only does this give the composite material engineer greater flexibility in designing or tailoring the physical properties of the resulting composite material, but the infil ...