Abstract: An aluminum-free borosilicate glass includes the following glass composition (in weight-% on oxide basis): 70-80 SiO2; 8-14 B2O3; 0 Al2O3; 0-4 Na2O; 3-10 K2O; 0 Li2O; 3-14 sum Na2O+K2O; 0-1 CaO; 0-1 MgO; 0-1 BaO; 0-1 SrO; 0-2 sum CaO+MgO+BaO+SrO; 0-1 ZnO; 3.6-14 ZrO2; 0-10 TiO2; and 0.01-2.0 one or more refining agents, the weight ratio of ZrO2:K2O being in a range of 1.2:1 to 1.4:1.
Abstract: A white glass container derived from a phase separation phenomenon of a halogen-free glass composition includes a neck portion and a body portion. The glass composition includes as ingredients at least SiO2, P2O5, Al2O3, B2O3, R2O (R?Na or K), MgO, CaO and the like. The neck portion and the body portion respectively have a white multilayer structure formed to successively include a white transparent layer of relatively low white coloration and a white opaque layer of relatively high white coloration from the outer surface side. The contents of P2O5 in the white transparent layer are made smaller than the contents of P2O5 in the white opaque layer.
Abstract: An inner surface-modified tube includes fine particles that are buried in an inner surface of a tube with part of surfaces of the fine particles exposed, wherein the fine particles are unevenly distributed such that more fine particles are distributed in a region from a center of the tube to the inner surface of the tube than in a region from the center of the tube to an outer surface of the tube based on a thickness direction of the tube, an arithmetic average roughness Ra of the inner surface of the tube is 1 nm or more and 100 ?m or less, a particle diameter of each fine particle is 10 nm or more and 100 ?m or less, and an inner diameter of the tube is 0.01 mm or more and 100 mm or less.
Abstract: In various aspects, the present disclosure provides a structural component. The structural component includes a body defining at least one hollow region. The body includes a carbon fiber composite including a plurality of substantially aligned continuous carbon fibers. The plurality of substantially aligned carbon fibers defines a major axis and a second axis perpendicular to the major axis. The plurality of substantially aligned continuous carbon fibers includes a plurality of discrete termination points staggered with respect to the second axis. Methods of making such structural components, including by blow molding and compression molding are also provided.
Abstract: The present invention relates generally to a planar composite including, as a layer sequence, a first PE blend layer, a carrier layer, a barrier layer, and a further PE blend layer. The first PE blend layer or the further PE blend layer in each case includes in a range of from 10 to 50 wt. %, in each case based on the blend, a first LDPEa, and a further LDPEt to the extent of at least 50 wt. %, in each case based on the blend. The present invention furthermore relates to a process for the production of the planar composite, a container which surrounds an interior and comprises at least one such planar composite, and a process for the production of the container including the steps of provision of the planar composite of the abovementioned layer construction, folding, joining and optionally filling and closing of the container.
Abstract: A composite foamed container forming, in the body portion, thereof, a foamed region in which foamed cells are distributed, the foamed region including a first gradationally foamed region A having a gradational distribution of the foamed cells of which the length in the direction of maximum stretch gradationally decreasing from the outer surface side of the body portion toward the inner surface side thereof and a second gradationally foamed region having a gradational distribution of the foamed cells of which the length in the direction of maximum stretch gradationally decreasing from the inner surface side of the body portion toward the outer surface side thereof. The container has a large resistance against the pressure exerted on the outer surface, good liquid-dispelling property and, at the same time, has improved appearance and heat resistance.
Abstract: A composition is provided which comprises a propylene ethylene random copolymer having a melt flow rate (MFR) (as determined according to ASTM D1238, 230° C., 2.16 Kg) of less than 1 g/10 min, a xylene solubles content of less than 7% by weight, an ethylene content of from 3 to 5 percent by weight of the copolymer, and a value equal to or greater than 92 for the product of the Koenig B value times the % mm triads measured on the xylene insoluble fraction of the random copolymer obtained by the wet method. Pipes made from the composition demonstrate improved pressure endurance.
October 28, 2014
Date of Patent:
July 2, 2019
W. R. Grace & Co.-Conn.
Chai-Jing Chou, Daniel W. Baugh, III, John Kaarto, Jan W. Van Egmond, Jeffrey D. Goad, William G. Sheard
Abstract: A glass is disclosed that is particularly suitable as pharmaceutical packing medium and as a chemically pre-stressable glass comprising at least the following components (in mol-% on oxide basis): 64-77 SiO2, 5-14 Al2O3, 4-12 Na2O, 1-12 CaO, 0-14 MgO, 0 -2 ZrO2, 0-4.5 TiO2, wherein the ratio Al2O3/Na2O?1, wherein the ratio Al2O3/CaO?1.5, and wherein the total content SiO2+Al2O3<82 mol-%. Preferably, a working temperature T4 of less than 1350° C. and a hydrolytic resistance according to DIN ISO 719 HGB1 and according to ISO 720 HGA are obtained.
Abstract: A prosthetic heart valve leaflet includes a plurality of electrospun fibers at least partially embedded in a polymer matrix. The plurality of fibers includes a first polyisobutylene urethane copolymer having a first predetermined weight average percentage of hard segment portions and the polymer matrix includes a second polyisobutylene urethane copolymer having a second predetermined weight average percentage of the hard segment portions, wherein the first predetermined weight average percentage of the hard segment portions is greater than the second predetermined weight average percentage of the hard segment portions.
March 28, 2016
Date of Patent:
June 11, 2019
Boston Scientific Scimed, Inc.
David Robert Wulfman, Thomas A. Wrobel, Crystal Marie Anderson-Cunanan, Joseph Thomas Delaney, Jr., Patrick Willoughby, Mark W. Boden, Peter G. Edelman, Michael Eppihimer
Abstract: Methods and apparatus for separating polysilicon powder from a mixture of granular polysilicon and polysilicon powder are disclosed. The method includes tumbling the polysilicon material in a tumbling device while flowing humidified sweep gas through the tumbling device. Also disclosed are compositions including granulate polysilicon or polycrystalline silicon, in some examples, including a coating layer consisting essentially of water.
Abstract: The present invention relates to a pipe having resistance to both flame and cold, where the pipe has good flame resistance to prevent flame or smoke from spreading through the pipe penetrating into the floor or wall in the case of a fire and also has good smoke resistance to prevent deterioration in the physical properties of the pipe even in the cold weather.
January 15, 2014
Date of Patent:
March 26, 2019
PPI PYUNGWHA CO., LTD., PPI AMERICA, INC.
Abstract: A high pressure hose having steel wires with different load elongation properties, which are introduced into the subsequent reinforcement layers of the hose. The difference in load elongation is quantified by the E-ratio of the wire that is equal to the tensile strength divided by the elongation at break. The steel wires of the radially outermost steel wire reinforcement layer have the highest E-ratio, while the radially innermost steel wire reinforcement layer has the lowest E-ratio. The E-ratio of any steel wire reinforcement layer is not lower than the E-ratio of any inner laying steel wire reinforcement layer. The E-ratio of the steel wires can be influenced by either a thermal treatment or by a mechanical treatment. In the mechanical treatment crimps or bends can be introduced into the wire by guiding them through a preforming device.
Abstract: A seismic steel tubular column with internal local restraint and filled with high-strength compound concrete containing normal-strength demolished concrete lumps, and a construction process. The seismic column includes a steel tube (1), high-strength fresh concrete (2), normal-strength demolished concrete lumps (3), horizontal stirrups (4), and longitudinal erection bars (5). The horizontal stirrups (4) are arranged at upper and lower ends inside the steel tube (1). The high-strength fresh concrete (2) is poured and the normal-strength demolished concrete lumps (3) are put alternately inside the steel tube (1). A compressive strength of the high-strength fresh concrete (2) is 30˜90 MPa greater than that of the normal-strength demolished concrete lumps (3).
Abstract: According to one embodiment, an insulated wire is disclosed. The insulated wire includes an aluminum conductor, and a first insulating film provided on the aluminum conductor. The first insulating film is made of a first polyimide obtained by reacting an acid component containing 50 mol % to 90 mol % of 3,3?,4,4?-biphenyl tetracarboxylic acid dianhydride, 5 mol % to 20 mol % of 3,3?,4,4?-benzophenone tetracarboxylic acid dianhydride, and 5 mol % to 40 mol % of pyromellitic anhydride with a diamine component containing 4,4?-diaminodiphenyl ether.