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Created On: 2022-04-28
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IPSCIO Record ID: 2834
An improved method for the preparation of single phase, fine grained ceramic materials from precursor powder mixtures where at least one of the components of the mixture is an alkali earth carbonate.
IPSCIO Record ID: 2237
IPSCIO Record ID: 2346
IPSCIO Record ID: 26442
An apparatus for producing a particulate metal or alloy having a diameter of less than 5 microns by the reaction of a molten metal or alloy with activated hydrogen. The apparatus has (1) a metal melting hearth for melting a starting metal or alloy placed thereon and supporting the molten metal or alloy, (2) a discharge electrode positioned above, and opposite to, the metal or alloy placed on the melting hearth, (3) a closed vessel for containing the melting hearth and the discharge electrode, and (4) a gas inlet port in the wall of the closed vessel for introducing hydrogen or a hydrogen-containing gas into the vessel. The apparatus includes a device for quickly moving fine particles of the metal or alloy generated from the molten metal or alloy away from the vicinity of the molten metal by means of a current of hydrogen or a hydrogen-containing gas constituted by a suction duct for sucking a gas in the vicinity of the molten metal or alloy and withdrawing it out of the vessel and which extends into the vessel through the vessel wall and opens in the vicinity of the molten metal or alloy on the melting hearth; or a device for sending hydrogen or a hydrogen-containing gas into the closed vessel so as to form a turning flow of hydrogen or the hydrogen-containing gas moving downwardly from above the molten metal on the melting hearth or upwardly from below the molten metal. The improved apparatus also includes a trap for collecting the fine metal particles connected to the suction duct, a gas outlet or a gas passage, and a gas cooler provided upstream of the trap. The apparatus of this invention makes possible the production of fine particles of a metal or alloy having a narrow particle size distribution with a high recovery ratio.
A process for producing fine particles of a metal or alloy, which comprises contacting a molten metal or alloy with activated hydrogen gas thereby to release fine particles of the metal or alloy having a diameter of less than 10 microns from the molten metal or alloy.
A process for producing ultrafine particles of a ceramic, which comprises heating a ceramic having substantially the same components as the final ultrafine ceramic particles, a metal constituting the metal component of the final ultrafine ceramic particles, a mixture of said ceramic with said metal or carbon, or a mixture of said metal with carbon by an arc plasma or a high frequency induction plasma generated in hydrogen, nitrogen, oxygen, a gaseous mixture of hydrogen and nitrogen, or a gaseous mixture of nitrogen and oxygen.
IPSCIO Record ID: 28513
Direct Method for Creating Nanostructured Bulk Forms by Machining (PRF Reference No. P-02129)
Method of Creating Submicron Particles by Abrasive Machining (PRF Reference
Large Strain Machining A Method for Making Bulk Nanostructured
Materials PRF Reference No. 64588
Purdue Ref No. Serial/Patent No. Country File/Date Comments
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64588.00.WO In the process of filing PCT
Micro- and Meso- Scale Components with Ultrafine Grained (UFG)
Microstructure and Enhanced Performance PRF Reference No. 64341
Perdue Ref No. Serial/Patent No. Country File/Date Comments
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64341.00.WO PCT/US06/16974 5/3/2006 Filed
64341.00.US 11/381,387 US 5/3/2006 Filed
IPSCIO Record ID: 26143
IPSCIO Record ID: 203386
Licensor grants to Licensee a worldwide, non-exclusive license under the Future Patents of Licensor to make, use, sell and offer to sell Products and Products contained in products, with the right of Licensee to grant sub-licenses under that license only to its Subsidiaries. A Have Made Right for Products under the Future Patents of Licensor is also granted to Licensee. For the avoidance of doubt, the license to make, use, sell and offer to sell Products contained in products is limited to the Products themselves and does not include a license to a combination of the Products with the products in which they are contained.
Products shall mean Bi-based superconducting wires, and magnets, coils and current leads including Bi-based superconducting wires. For clarity, Products do not include other products which incorporate Bi-based wires, magnets, coils or current leads as a component of a larger system.
Wire Products shall mean Bi-based superconducting wires. For clarity, Wire Products exclude magnets, coils, current leads and other products, but include the Wire Products contained in any magnet, coil, current lead or other product.
Rotating Machinery Products shall mean superconducting rotating machines, including but not limited to motors, generators and dynamic synchronous condensers. Rotating Machinery Products shall also mean superconducting coils per se, intended for use in rotating machinery applications.
Bismuth-based superconducting material is made of bismuth – strontium – calcium – copper – oxygen (Bi-Sr-Ca-Cu-O). The 2223 phase with composition ratio of Bi(partially Pb), Sr, Ca and Cu is 2223 has high critical temperature (110 K) and therefore is attracting much attention as a commercially viable material since its discovery.
IPSCIO Record ID: 26059
University and Licensee have previously undertaken research and development in the field of micron and submicron powder milling for the synthesis of fine and/or ultrafine simple and composite metallic powders and flakes.