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Leonard G Marianowski, Terry D Claar: High temperature fuel cell wet seal. Institute of Gas Technology, Thomas W Speckman, April 1, 1986: US04579788 (23 worldwide citation)

High temperature fuel cell wet seal strips around the periphery of a separator plate fabricated utilizing powder metallurgy technique. The material composition of said wet seal may be variably graded to afford ease of bonding of said wet seal with the separator plate on one side and provide corrosio ...


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Walter T Haswell, August Kasak: Powder-metallurgy steel article with high vanadium-carbide content. Crucible, Clair X Mullen Jr, February 10, 1981: US04249945 (23 worldwide citation)

A powder metallurgy tool steel article for use in applications requiring high wear resistance having a carbide content of 10 to 18 volume percent of substantially all MC-type vanadium carbides, which carbides are substantially spherical and uniformly dispersed; the carbon content of the article is b ...


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Christopher A Michaluk, Shi Yuan, James Maguire: Powder metallurgy sputtering targets and methods of producing same. Cabot Corporation, June 27, 2006: US07067197 (22 worldwide citation)

A method of forming a sputtering target and other metal articles having controlled oxygen and nitrogen content levels and the articles so formed are described. The method includes surface-nitriding a deoxidized metal powder and further includes consolidating the powder by a powder metallurgy techniq ...


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Holger J Koenigsmann, Paul S Gilman: Textured-grain-powder metallurgy tantalum sputter target. Praxair S T Technology, Iurie A Schwartz, July 25, 2006: US07081148 (22 worldwide citation)

The sputter target includes a tantalum body having tantalum grains formed from consolidating tantalum powder and a sputter face. The sputter face has an atom transport direction for transporting tantalum atoms away from the sputter face for coating a substrate. The tantalum grains have at least a 40 ...


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Hiroyuki Okazaki, Kenji Ushitani, Katsuji Tokukura, Hitoshi Yamamoto: Seat reclining mechanism. Aisin Seiki Kabushiki Kaisha, Japan Powder Metallurgy, Burns Doane Swecker & Mathis, June 9, 1998: US05762400 (22 worldwide citation)

A seat reclining mechanism is provided in which engagement of a first engaging portion and a second engaging portion is performed in the vicinity of the center of a pawl in its width direction, without providing a member protruding in the thickness direction of the pawl and without reducing the stre ...


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John A Regalbuto: Apparatus and method for vacuum hot press joining, compacting and treating of materials. General Dynamics Corporation, Charles E Schurman, July 27, 1976: US03971875 (22 worldwide citation)

Apparatus and method for joining, compacting and thermo-mechanically processing materials under controlled application of heat and evenly distributed mechanical pressure in a vacuum or inert gas environment, having particular usefulness in diffusion bonding, powder metallurgy, vacuum brazing and mat ...


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Frank J Polese, Glen B Engle, Vladimir Ocheretyansky: Isotropic carbon/copper composites. Frank J Polese, Henri J A Charmasson, John D Buchaca, May 29, 2001: US06238454 (22 worldwide citation)

Heat-dissipating microcircuit substrate, having coefficients of thermal expansion adjusted to match the materials of the microcircuit mounted thereupon, are manufactured by powder metallurgy using carbides resulting from the combination of various types of carbons and wetting agents.


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Steven W Ping: Isostatic compression technique for powder metallurgy. Kaiser Aluminum & Chemical Corporation, Malcolm McQuarrie, October 7, 1986: US04615735 (22 worldwide citation)

Powder metallurgy products of high tensile strength are formed in a pore-free state by a novel process which entirely avoids the use of canisters. An open-pore specimen is purged with depurative gas, backfilled with a reactive gas and, while still immersed in the reactive gas, compressed isostatical ...


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Leslie L Harner, Gregory J Del Corso: Method of making a low thermal expansion, high thermal conductivity, composite powder metallurgy member and a member made thereby. Carpenter Technology Corporation, Dann Dorfman Herrell and Skillman, September 17, 1991: US05049184 (22 worldwide citation)

In a process for making a low thermal expansion, high thermal conductivity member or article suitable for bonding to a support member at a predetermined bonding temperature and for facilitating heat transfer therefrom, and in the member made thereby, first and second metal powders are combined in vo ...


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Amit Goyal, Robert K Williams, Donald M Kroeger: Method for forming biaxially textured articles by powder metallurgy. UT Battelle, Joseph A Marasco, J Kenneth Davis, September 10, 2002: US06447714 (22 worldwide citation)

A method of preparing a biaxially textured alloy article comprises the steps of preparing a mixture comprising Ni powder and at least one powder selected from the group consisting of Cr, W, V, Mo, Cu, Al, Ce, YSZ, Y, Rare Earths, (RE), MgO, CeO



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