Members Area | Contact Us | Legal Notice | Search
Cobalt Development Institute
Promoting Cobalt Uses in All Forms
Home Page
The Institute
About Cobalt
Cobalt News
Cobalt Facts
Cobalt Abstract
World Patents
HS and E
REACH
REACH Consortium
Sustainability & LCA
Statistics
Conferences
Publications
News
Links
Members Directory
Recruitment
Contact Us


 

Patents - Alloys

1 2

Category list

January 2007
ALLOYS
WO 2006/109813 A1 (10/19/2006) Nippon Steel Corporation
Imai T, Ozaki S, Hiramoto Y, Sato Y, Sakamoto H.
THIN RIBBON OF AMORPHOUS IRON ALLOY
The properties of a thin ribbon Fe-B-Si amorphous alloy can be improved by partly replacing the iron with up to 15% cobalt and nickel and up to 5% chromium. Furthermore, the thin ribbon may contain 0.01-1% of cobalt, nickel or chromium, 0.15-0.5 mass% manganese, and 0.004-0.05 mass% sulfur.
WO 2006/085542 A1 (08/17/2006) Mitsui Mining & Smelting Co., Ltd
Kagei S, Miyanohara K, Hata Y.
HYDROGEN-OCCLUDING ALLOY WITH LOW COBALT CONTENT
A hydrogen-occluding alloy of extremely low cobalt content and high retention of output characteristics and degree of activity, has a general formula MmNiaMnbAlcCod or MmNiaMnbAlcCodFee. The a-axis length and the c-axis length of the crystal lattice to be formed are in given ranges and that the equilibrium hydrogen pressure is 0.06 MPa or lower.
WO 2006/066520 A1 (06/29/2006) Mahle Ventiltrieb GmbH
Ruch R, Steinert L, Wintrich K.
BLADE MOUNTING RING FOR A TURBOCHARGER ON AN INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINE
A blade mounting ring for a turbocharger, with variable turbine geometry and turbine blades, on a high performance internal combustion engine, comprises an austenitic iron matrix alloy with a sulphur component to achieve a solid lubrication effect on the bearing surfaces thereof. The blade mounting ring contains 1-6 wt. % of an alloying element including cobalt.
WO 2006/059115 A1 (06/08/2006) Alpha Fry Limited
Ingham A, Campbell G, Lewis B, Singh B, Laughlin J, Pandher R.
SOLDER ALLOY
An alloy suitable for use in a wave solder process, reflow soldering process, hot air levelling process or a ball grid array, contains a wide range of elements, which may include from 0.01-0.3 wt% cobalt.
WO 2006/059805 A1 (06/08/2006) National Institute for Materials Science
Harada H, Gu Y, Cui C, Osawa M, Sato A, Kobayashi T.
HEAT-RESISTANT SUPERALLOY
A novel heat-resistant super-alloy for turbine disks, has a chemical composition consisting of, in mass%, 19.5-55% of cobalt, 2-25% of chromium, 0.2-7% of aluminum, 3-15% of titanium and the balance of nickel and inevitable impurities.
WO 2006/057102 A1 (06/01/2006) Sumitomo Electric Industries Ltd
Nitta K, Miyazaki K, Inazawa S.
STRUCTURE AND PROCESS FOR PRODUCING STRUCTURE
A structure which comprises tungsten as the main component and contains tungsten carbide, wherein the content of carbon is 0.1 mass% or higher based on the structure and the total content of cobalt, nickel, and iron is 3 mass%, or lower based on the structure.
WO 2006/055259 A2 (05/26/2006) Metallic Resources, Inc.
Rothschild S.R.
LEAD-FREE SOLDER ALLOY
A lead-free solder alloy includes a tin-copper alloy that also includes a minor amount of cobalt, which has been found to provide a shiny and reflective appearance to the solder alloy. Methods of soldering using such an alloy, as well as a solder joint including such an alloy also are disclosed.
July 2006
WO/2006/040582 A1 (04/20/2006) Alpha Fry Limited, Cunning Gary, Ingham Anthony
Cunning G., Ingham A.
SOLDER ALLOY
A solder alloy for use in the manufacture of electrical fuses, consists of: 0.5-4 wt.% Copper, 0.1-1 wt.% Silver, 0.2-3 wt.% Antimony, 0-1.5 wt.% Bismuth, 0-2 wt% Zinc, 0-0.3 wt.% Nickel, 0-0.3 wt.% Cobalt, 0 to 0.01 wt.% Phosphorus, 0 to 0.2 wt.% Indium, 0 to 0.1 wt.% Germanium and the balance tin.
WO2005/111530 A3 (03/23/2006) Aerojet-General Corporation
Stawovy, M.T.
SINGLE PHASE TUNGSTEN ALLOY FOR SHAPED CHARGE LINER
A2 published (11/24/2006)
WO2006/026989 A1 (03/16/2006) Danmarks Tekniske Universitet
Tang, P.T.
A METHOD OF MANUFACTURING A MOULD PART
A mould part is produced by providing a master of an aluminium alloy or a zinc alloy with a surface corresponding to the surface of the article to be formed by the mould part. A copper layer is deposited on top of the master surface. Then a mould part layer of nickel, a nickel alloy, cobalt or a cobalt alloy is plated on top of the copper layer.
WO2005/017218 A3 (02/16/2006) Texaco Ovonic Hydrogen Systems LLC
Huang B., Ovshinsky, S. R.
HYDROGEN STORAGE ALLOYS PROVIDING FOR THE REVERSIBLE STORAGE OF HYDROGEN AT LOW TEMPERATURES
A2 published (02/24/05)
WO2006/010450 A1 (02/02/2006) Bosch Rexroth AG
Van Der Heijden M.
PISTON ROD COMPRISING A COVERING LAYER CONSISTING OF A COBALT ALLOY
A piston rod for a hydraulic cylinder, comprising a metallic base body to which a covering layer consisting of a cobalt-based alloy is applied.
WO2005/113846 A2 (12/01/2005) Deringer-Ney, Inc.
Klein A.S., Smith E.F.
PALLADIUM ALLOY
Alloys for medical, electrical contact and jewellry applications include as primary components palladium, and boron and ruthenium, rhenium, platinum, gold, zirconium, tungsten, cobalt, nickel, tantalum or iridium. Alternatively the alloys contain palladium and rhenium and/or ruthenium plus iridium, platinum, tungsten, boron, gold, zirconium, cobalt, nickel or tantalum.
WO2005/111530 A2 (11/24/2005) Aerojet-General Corporation
Stawovy M.T.
SINGLE PHASE TUNGSTEN ALLOY FOR SHAPED CHARGE LINER
A single phase metal alloy for forming a shaped charge liner for a penetrating jet or explosively formed penetrator forming warhead consists essentially of from a trace to 90%, by weight, of cobalt, from 10% to 50% by weight, of tungsten, and the balance nickel and inevitable impurities.
January 2006
WO 2005/068845 A1 (07/28/05) Ishikawajima-Harima Heavy Industries Co. Ltd, Mitsubishi Denki Kabushiki Kaisha
Ochiai H, Watanabe M, Goto A, Akiyoshi M.
COMPRESSOR, TITANIUM-MADE ROTOR BLADE, JET ENGINE AND TITANIUM-MADE ROTOR BLADE PRODUCING METHOD
A pulse discharge is passed between the end of a rotary blade body and an electrode molded from a cobalt-chrome alloy powder, to build up a layer on the end of the rotary blade body. Using another electrode molded from a mixture of a metal/ceramic powder, an abrasive coating is deposited on the blade front side of the built-up layer.
WO 2005/038084 A3 (09/01/05) Applied Materials Inc.
Weidman T, Zhu Z
SELECTIVE SELF-INITIATING ELECTROLESS CAPPING OF COPPER WITH COBALT-CONTAINING ALLOYS
A2 published (04/28/05)
WO 2005/056852 A3 (09/01/05) General Electric Company
Jiang L, Zhao J-C, Fen G.
NICKEL-CONTAINING ALLOYS, METHOD OF MANUFACTURE THEREOF AND ARTICLES DERIVED THEREFROM
A2 published (06/23/05)
WO 2005/078163 A1 (08/25/05) Taskem, Inc.
Bokisa G, Eckles W, Frischauf R.
TERNARY AND QUATERNARY ALLOYS TO REPLACE CHROMIUM
Methods of electroplating nickel cobalt ternary and quaternary alloys involving providing an electroplating bath comprising ionic nickel, ionic cobalt, ionic alloy metal(s) and at least one brightener and applying a current to the electroplating bath whereby a nickel cobalt ternary or quaternary alloy is deposited.
WO 2005/078739 A1 (08/25/05) Mitsui Mining & Smelting Co., Ltd
Kubota T, Matsuura Y, Matsuzaki K, Kato K.
ALUMINUM ALLOY WIRING MATERIAL HAVING HIGH RESISTANCE TO HEAT AND TARGET MATERIAL
An aluminum alloy wiring material of high heat resistance and low electric resistance and a target material which contain nickel, cobalt and carbon, suitable for a low temperature process poly-Si THT being subjected to a heat treatment at a relatively high temperature of 500C or higher.
WO 2005/075690 A1 (08/18/05) Allgemeiner Gold- Und Silberscheideanstalt Ag
Tews P.
PLATINUM ALLOY AND METHOD OF PRODUCTION THEREOF
Platinum alloys with excellent mechanical and optical properties useful in the production of ornamental articles, comprise either (a) 55 to 63 wt.% of platinum, (b) 2 to 10 wt% of cobalt and (c) 27 to 43 wt% of copper or (a) 70 to 70.5 wt% of platinum, (b) 2 to 10 wt% of cobalt and (c) 10.5 to 28 wt% of copper.
WO 2005/073426 A1 (08/11/05) Patrovsky, Hubert
Patrovsky H.
NITRIDING METHOD FOR IMPROVING SURFACE CHARACTERISTICS OF COBALT-CHROMIUM BASED ALLOYS
The surface characteristics of cobalt chromium alloys can be improved by plasma nitriding. By creating a glow discharge around the parts with selective gases at partical pressures a compound layer is formed at the surface beneficial for wear applications. A further benefit is an increase in the load bearing capacity of the surface as compared to standard material.
WO 2005/038085 A3 (07/07/05) Applied Materials, Inc.
Weidman T, Zhu Z
SELECTIVE SELF-INITIATING ELECTROLESS CAPPING OF COPPER WITH COBALT-CONTAINING ALLOYS
A2 published (04/28/05)
WO 2005/059190 A1 (06/30/05) Toyota Jidosha Kabushiki Kaisha
Kawasaki M, Oshima T, Kobayashi T, Nakanishi K, Tachikawa H.
WEAR-RESISTANT COPPER-BASED ALLOY
A copper-based alloy with high wear resistance at high temperarure and also enhanced crack resistance and machinability, especially suitable for forming cladding layers. Comprises 4.7-22.0 wt% nickel, 0.5-5.0 wt% silicon, 2.7-22.0 wt% iron, 1.0-15.0 wt% chromium, 0.01-2. wt% cobalt, 2.7-22.0 wt% of tantalum, titanium, zirconium or hafnium and the balance copper.
WO 2005/056848 A1 (06/23/05) Tanaka Kikinzoku Kogyo K.K.
Obata T, Yanagihara H.
SILVER ALLOY FOR REFLECTIVE FILM
A silver alloy for a reflective film of an optical recording medium contains another metal of lower melting point than silver, preferably aluminum, indium, tin, bismuth, gallium, zinc, strontium, calcium or germanium and preferably a second element which can be cobalt or a wide range of other metals.
WO 2005/056849 A1 (06/23/05) Tanaka Kikinzoku Kogyo K.K.
Obata T, Yanagihara H.
SILVER ALLOY EXCELLING IN PERFORMANCE OF REFLECTANCE MAINTENANCE
A silver-based alloy with excellent reflectance-maintenance characteristics includes an element of higher melting point than silver, preferably copper, manganese, silicon, nickel, cobalt, yttrium, iron, scandium, zirconium, niobium, molybdenum, tantalum or tungsten and also one of a wide range of metals including precious metals and rare earths.

 

Home Page ... The Institute ... About Cobalt ... Cobalt News ... Cobalt Facts ... Cobalt Abstracts ... World Patents ...  
HS & E ... Statistics ... Conferences ... Publications ... News ... Links ... Members Directory ... Contact Us