Abstract: A circuit can include a pre-patterned substrate having a supporting material, multiple segments thereon, and interdigitated line structures within each segment. Some of the line structures can be bundled together, and an electrical component can be formed by ink jetting onto the bundled line structures.
Abstract: A method for providing coil shaved metal fibers according to the present invention comprises the steps of -providing a metal composite foil, the metal composite foil comprising oat least two metal layers (Lx) for being converted into metal fibers, each pair of adjacent metal layers are mutually separated by a sacrificial layer (Sy) provided from a sacrificial metal, each sacrificial layer (Sy) having a first and second surface, whereby for each sacrificial layer, the first surface contacts one of the pair of adjacent metal layers, the second surface is contacting the other of the pair of adjacent metal layers; -coiling said metal composite foil on a shaft thereby providing a metal coil having one free end surface; -rotating the metal coil and cutting the free end surface of the metal coil by means of a cutting tool, thereby providing a bundle of composite fibers; -removing the sacrificial metal of the sacrificial layers from the composite fibers thereby providing a bundle of metal fibers, each metal fiber bei
Abstract: The present invention relates to an inflammable mat board for an architecture and a method for manufacturing the same, and in particular to a mat board which is characterized in that in an inflammable mat board for architecture, a mat shaped board is manufactured in such a way that a metallic thread made from an iron, a nonferrous metal, a waste can and a waste tin plate, etc. is tangled like a cotton ball in a thin sheet shape, so it is possible to recycle materials, and an inflammability can be enhanced, and a heat insulation effect can be maximized, and a recycling rate can be enhanced in terms of a material management, and the production of wastes can be advantageously minimized, thus contributing a lot to a green growth policy of the world.
Abstract: The invention relates to a multicartridge diesel soot particulate filter (100) comprising a casing delimiting the outer boundary of a filter volume. The filter has a central filter axis (170). The casing has an inflow side and an outflow side defining an average flow direction being substantially parallel to the central axis. The filter volume is filled with at least two filter cartridges, each of these filter cartridges having a central filter cartridge axis (170). The central filter cartridge axis (170) of the filter cartridges is substantially parallel to the average flow direction of the filter. The filter cartridges comprise a porous structure (101) comprising metal fibers. The filter cartridges provide a radial flow direction through said porous structure (101). The flow through the multicartridge diesel soot particulate filter is axial while the flow through the filter cartridges is radial. The invention further relates to a method of manufacturing a multicartridge diesel soot particulate filter.
June 23, 2010
April 19, 2012
Inge Schildermans, Johan Vandamme, Frank Verschaeve
Abstract: A method of forming a metal matrix component and product that comprises forming scrap sheet metal material, shredding the scrap sheet metal material to a predetermined size range, filling the shredded scrap sheet metal material into a compacting die, adding an adhesive material to the shredded scrap sheet metal material in the compacting die, compressing the shredded scrap sheet metal material and curing the adhesive to form a metal matrix component. The product comprises an inertia ring that may be used in a crankshaft damper.
Abstract: A nonwoven, metal fabric is formed by providing a mass of loose fibers with sufficient lubricating oil for them to be carded without disintegration of the fiber web. The fiber web is then lapped and needled to form a metal fabric of superior strength, density, and thermal insulation properties.
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June 26, 2001
Alexander Krupnik, Terrence P. Kane, Kurt H. Schild