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Powder metallurgy processesBelow are recently published patent applications awaiting approval from the USPTO. Recent week's RSS XML file available below.
Listing for abstract view: USPTO application #, Title, Abstract excerpt,Patent Agent. Listing format for list view: USPTO National Class full category number, title of the patent application. 03/06/2014 > 2 patent applications in 2 patent subcategories.
20140065003 - Novel method of improving the mechanical properties of powder metallurgy parts by gas alloying: The following specification describes a process for improving the hardness and other mechanical properties of iron and steel Powder Metallurgy (P/M) parts. The first stage of the novel process consists of heating to and holding at a temperature between 590° C. to 720° C. unalloyed or low alloyed P/M parts... Agent:
20140065004 - Low-cost double-main-phase ce permanent magnet alloy and its preparation method: The invention discloses a low-cost double-main-phase Ce permanent magnet alloy and its preparation method, and belongs to technical field of rare earth permanent magnet material. The Ce permanent magnet alloy has a chemical formula of (Cex,Re1-x)aFe100-a-b-cBbTMc in mass percent, wherein 0.4≦x≦0.8, 29≦a≦33, 0.8≦b≦1.5, 0.5≦c≦2, Re is one or more selected... Agent: Central Iron And Steel Research Institute02/27/2014 > 2 patent applications in 2 patent subcategories.
20140056748 - Method for production of alloyed titanium welding wire: A method for producing a weldable titanium alloy and/or composite wire. The method includes: a) forming a green object by blending particulates of titanium sponge with one or more powdered alloying additions and cold compacting the blended mixture and subjecting the blended mixture including lubricant to pressure; b) forming a... Agent:
20140056749 - Hot-work tool steel and a process for making a hot-work tool steel: A low-chromium hot-work tool steel consisting of (in wt-%): C 0.08-0.40, N 0.015-0.30, C+N 0.30-0.50, Cr 1-4, Mo 1.5-3, V 0.8-1.3, Mn 0.5-2, Si 0.1-0.5, optionally Ni<3, Co≦5, B<0.01, Fe balance apart from impurities, and a process for making a low-chromium hot-work tool steel article having increased tempering resistance.... Agent: Uddeholms Ab02/20/2014 > 2 patent applications in 2 patent subcategories.
02/13/2014 > 1 patent applications in 1 patent subcategories.
20140044584 - Alpha + beta or beta titanium alloy and method for production thereof: A titanium alloy containing copper, which cannot be realized by a conventional method, is provided, having a composition in which copper is contained in titanium with no segregation, and having improved strength and hardness. In addition a method is also provided, in which the titanium alloy is produced at lower... Agent: Sanyo Special Steel Co., Ltd.Previous industry: Rotary expansible chamber devices
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