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US20130312880 DUPLEX STAINLESS STEEL AND PRODUCTION METHOD THEREFOR  
Provided is a duplex stainless steel having a high strength and a high toughness. A stainless steel according to the present invention includes: a chemical composition containing, in mass percent,...
US20130220491 Ultra-High Strength Stainless Alloy Strip, a Method of Making Same, and a Method of Using Same for Making a Golf Club Head  
A stainless steel strip article is disclosed. The article is formed from a corrosion resistant alloy having the following composition in weight percent, about: C 0.03 max.Mn 1.0 max.Si 0.75...
US20100308505 PLASTIC INJECTION MOLD OF LOW CARBON MARTENSITIC STAINLESS STEEL  
A mold plate having a mold cavity configured for plastic injection molding one or more articles such as a panel or frame of an electronic display screen such as a flat screen TV is formed from a...
US20120241051 PRECIPITATION HARDENED HEAT-RESISTANT STEEL  
The present invention relates to a precipitation hardened heat-resistant steel containing, in terms of % by mass: 0.005 to 0.2% of C, not more than 2% of Si, 1.6 to 5% of Mn, 15% or more and less...
US20120160373 FORGING HEAT RESISTANT STEEL, MANUFACTURING METHOD THEREOF, FORGED PARTS AND MANUFACTURING METHOD THEREOF  
A forging heat resistant steel of an embodiment contains in percent by mass C: 0.05-0.2, Si: 0.01-0.1, Mn: 0.01-0.15, Ni: 0.05-1, Cr: 8 or more and less than 10, Mo: 0.05-1, V: 0.05-0.3, Co: 1-5,...
US20140209220 TWO-PHASE STAINLESS STEEL, METHOD OF MANUFACTURING THE SAME, AND DIAPHRAGM, PRESSURE SENSOR, AND DIAPHRAGM VALVE USING TWO-PHASE STAINLESS STEEL  
It is an object of the present invention to provide a metal diaphragm capable of achieving a higher strength, excellent corrosion resistance, and a smooth surface condition, and a pressure sensor...
US20080308198 Austenitic Stainless Steel, Manufacturing Method for the Same, and Structure Using the Same  
There are provided an austenitic stainless steel having high stress corrosion crack resistance, characterized by containing, in percent by weight, 0.030% or less C, 0.1% or less Si, 2.0% or less...
US20120114496 Precipitation Hardening Martensitic Stainless Steel and Steam Turbine Component Made Thereof  
It is an objective of the present invention to provide a precipitation-hardening martensitic stainless steel having well-balanced properties of high mechanical strength, high toughness and good...
US20120018054 STAINLESS STEEL MATERIAL HAVING OUTSTANDING HIGH-TEMPERATURE STRENGTH, AND A PRODUCTION METHOD THEREFOR  
Provided are a stainless steel having excellent high-temperature strength and a method of manufacturing the same, and more particularly, an austenitic stainless steel having excellent...
US20100180990 IMPACT BEAM COMPRISING PRECIPITATION HARDENABLE STAINLESS STEEL  
The present invention relates to an impact beam for use in a vehicle. More specifically, the invention relates to an impact beam comprising precipitation hardenable stainless steel, and a method...
US20130108426 LOW NICKEL AUSTENITIC STAINLESS STEEL  
Various embodiments of the invention provide a low nickel austenitic stainless steel alloy composition including about 0.6% to about 0.8% by weight carbon; about 16% to about 18% by weight...
US20100089504 PRECIPITATION-HARDENED, MARTENSITIC, CAST STAINLESS STEEL HAVING EXCELLENT MACHINABILITY AND ITS PRODUCTION METHOD  
Precipitation-hardened, martensitic, cast stainless steel having a composition comprising, by mass, 0.08-0.18% of C, 1.5% or less of Si, 2.0% or less of Mn, 0.005-0.4% of S, 13.5-16.5% of Cr,...
US20100018615 THERMAL MECHANICAL TREATMENT OF FERROUS ALLOYS, AND RELATED ALLOYS AND ARTICLES  
A thermal mechanical treatment method includes hot working a precipitation hardening martensitic stainless steel, quenching the stainless steel, and aging the stainless steel. According to certain...
US20130160905 METHOD FOR PRODUCING A TEMPERED MARTENSITIC HEAT RESISTANT STEEL FOR HIGH TEMPERATURE APPLICATION  
A method for producing a tempered martensitic heat resistant steel for high temperature applications at an application temperature of up to 650° C. and to a steel produced by the method. The use...
US20050194073 Heat-resistant austenitic stainless steel and a production process thereof  
To provide a heat-resistant austenitic stainless steel having high-temperature strength and sag-resistance capable of resisting working temperatures of not less than 550° C. as well as being low...
US20100051145 EGR COOLER FOR VEHICLES AND METHOD OF MANUFACTURING THE SAME  
Disclosed herein is an EGR cooler for a vehicle, which is made of ferrite stainless steel, the ferrite stainless steel including: 0.025˜0.03 wt % of carbon (C), 0.2˜0.8 wt % of silicon (Si),...
US20080314480 Martensitic Stainless Steel Strengthened By Ni3tin-Phase Precipitation  
A precipitation-hardened stainless maraging steel which exhibits a combination of strength, toughness, and corrosion resistance comprises by weight about: 8 to 15% chromium (Cr), 2 to 15% cobalt...
US20060118215 Precipitation hardened martensitic stainless steel, manufacturing method therefor, and turbine moving blade and steam turbine using the same  
The precipitation hardened martensitic stainless steel is characterized by containing, in percent by weight, 12.25 to 14.25% Cr, 7.5 to 8.5% Ni, 1.0 to 2.5% Mo, 0.05% or less C, 0.2% or less Si,...
US20100108203 Ultra-High Strength Stainless Alloy Strip, a Method of Making Same, and a Method of Using Same for Making a Golf Club Head  
A stainless steel strip article is disclosed. The article is formed from a corrosion resistant alloy having the following composition in weight percent, about:...
US20080210344 Precipitation Hardenable Martensitic Stainless Steel  
A precipitation hardenable stainless chromium nickel steel is disclosed having the following composition in weight %: Cmax 0.07Simax...
US20110094637 MARTENSITIC STAINLESS STEEL STRENGTHENED BY COPPER-NUCLEATED NITRIDE PRECIPITATES  
A martensitic stainless steel alloy is strengthened by copper-nucleated nitride precipitates. The alloy includes, in combination by weight percent, about 10.0 to about 12.5 Cr, about 2.0 to about...
US20150076386 IRON-BASED ALLOYS AND METHODS OF MAKING AND USE THEREOF  
An iron-based alloy includes (in weight percent) carbon from about 1 to about 2 percent; manganese up to about 1 percent; silicon up to about 1 percent; nickel up to about 4 percent; chromium from...
US20150132144 PRECIPITATION HARDENING MARTENSITIC STAINLESS STEEL, TURBINE COMPONENT FORMED OF SAID MARTENSITIC STAINLESS STEEL, AND TURBINE INCLUDING SAID TURBINE COMPONENT  
It is an objective of the invention to provide a precipitation-hardening martensitic stainless steel having a far better balance between a high mechanical strength and a high toughness than...
US20060118208 Work-hardened material from stainless steel  
A stainless steel sheet has a chemical composition consisting of 0.15 mass % or less of C, 1.0 mass % or less of Si, 1.0 mass % or less of Mn, 0.005 mass % or less of S, 10-20 mass % of Cr, 0.5...
US20100139817 MARTENSITIC STAINLESS STEEL COMPOSITION, METHOD FOR MAKING A MECHANICAL PART FROM SAID STEEL AND RESULTING PART  
The invention concerns martensitic stainless steel, characterized in that its composition in weight percentages is as follows: 9%=Cr=13%; 1.5%=Mo=3%; 8%=Ni=14%; 1%=Al=2%; 0.5%=Ti=1.5% with...
US20110232809 HIGH CORROSION RESISTANCE PRECIPITATION HARDENED MARTENSITIC STAINLESS STEEL  
A precipitation-hardened stainless steel alloy comprises, by weight: about 14.0 to about 16.0 percent chromium; about 6.0 to about 8.0 percent nickel; about 1.25 to about 1.75 percent copper;...
US20080163957 OXIDATION RESISTANT HIGH CREEP STRENGTH AUSTENTIC STAINLESS STEEL  
An austenitic stainless steel displaying high temperature oxidation and creep resistance has a composition that includes in weight percent 15 to 21 Ni, 10 to 15 Cr, 2 to 3.5 Al, 0.1 to 1 Nb, and...
US20090165905 Ferritic Stainless Steel Sheet Excellent in Press Formability and Secondary Formability and its Manufacturing Method  
A ferritic stainless steel sheet has a composition of C up to 0.02 mass %, Si up to 0.8 mass %, Mn up to 1.5 mass %, P up to 0.050 mass %, S up to 0.01 mass %, 8.0-35.0 mass % of Cr, N up to 0.05...
US20090104494 Creep-Resistant Ferritic Steel  
Provided is a ferritic steel that is particularly creep-resistant at temperatures from 600 to 1000° C. The ferritic steel comprising precipitations of an intermetallic phase of the Fe2(M, Si)-type...
US20090162240 BRAKE DISK HAVING HIGH TEMPER SOFTENING RESISTANCE  
A brake disk including, by mass, 0.1% or less of C, 1.0% or less of Si, 2.0% or less of Mn, 10.5% to 15.0% of Cr, 2.0% or less of Ni, greater than 0.5% to 4.0% of Cu, 0.02% to 0.3% of Nb, and 0.1%...
US20100218856 Cr-Containing Steel Superior in Heat Fatigue Charateristics  
The present invention provides Cr-containing steel superior in heat fatigue characteristics, that is, Cr-containing steel superior in heat fatigue characteristics, characterized by containing, by...
US20090120536 Ferritic Stainless steel material for automobile exhaust gas passage components  
To provide a ferritic stainless steel material for automobile exhaust gas passage components usable in a high-temperature range over 900° C. and even over 950° C. The ferritic stainless steel...
US20080091267 MEDICAL DEVICES INCLUDING HARDENED ALLOYS  
Medical devices, such as endoprostheses, and methods of making the devices are disclosed. The endoprostheses comprise a tubular member capable of maintaining patency of a bodily vessel. The...
US20130186106 PRECIPITATION HARDENING MARTENSITIC STAINLESS STEEL, AND STEAM TURBINE LONG BLADE, STEAM TURBINE, AND POWER PLANT USING THE SAME  
The problem to be solved of the present invention is to provide a precipitation hardening martensitic stainless steel having excellent tissue stability, strength, toughness, and...
US20050126662 High strength martensitic stainless steel alloys, methods of forming the same, and articles formed therefrom  
A precipitation hardenable martensitic stainless steel that includes, in percent by weight, 11.0 to 12.5 percent chromium, 1.0 to 2.5 percent molybdenum, 0.15 to 0.5 percent titanium, 0.7 to 1.5...
US20100272595 HIGH STRENGTH ALLOYS  
High strength metal alloys are described herein. At least one composition of a metal alloy includes chromium, nickel, copper, manganese, silicon, niobium, tungsten and iron. System, methods, and...
US20100282372 HIGH-STRENGTH STAINLESS STEEL MATERIAL AND PRODUCTION PROCESS OF THE SAME  
Provided is a high-strength stainless steel material having less deterioration in mechanical strength and improved workability, particularly bending workability compared with conventional steel...
US20080241583 High Chromium Ferritic Steel With 0.5 Atomic % Hafnium, Part Of Which Is Ion Implanted  
The application relates to the problem of improving the corrosion resistance and creep properties of standard Cr-steels like E911 (table 1) at high temperatures. To solve this problem, a method of...
US20090092513 Ferritic Stainless Steel Sheet Superior in Heat Resistance  
The present invention provides, as a material superior in heat resistance in a hot environment where the maximum temperature of the exhaust gas becomes 750 to 900° C., ferritic stainless steel...
US20100193088 High Corrosion Resistance Precipitation Hardened Martensitic Stainless Steel  
A precipitation-hardened stainless steel alloy comprises, by weight: about 14.0 to about 16.0 percent chromium; about 6.0 to about 7.0 percent nickel; about 1.25 to about 1.75 percent copper;...
US20130327447 High-Strength Corrosion-Resistant Tubing for Oil and Gas Completion and Drilling Applications, and Process for Manufacturing Thereof  
A high strength corrosion resistant tubing comprises about 35 to about 55% Ni, about 12 to about 25% Cr, about 0.5 to about 5% Mo, up to about 3% Cu, about 2.1 to about 4.5% Nb, about 0.5 to about...
US20140007981 PRECIPITATION HARDENING TYPE MARTENSITIC STAINLESS STEEL, ROTOR BLADE OF STEAM TURBINE AND STEAM TURBINE  
A precipitation hardening type martensitic stainless steel of an embodiment contains: Cr: 8.5 to 12.5%; Mo: 1 to 2%; Ni: 8.5 to 11.5%; Ti: 0.6 to 1.4%; C: 0.0005 to 0.05%; Al: 0.0005 to 0.25%; Cu:...
US20100193083 HYDROGEN-RESISTANT HIGH STRENGTH MATERIAL AND METHOD FOR PRODUCING THE SAME  
A hydrogen-resistant high strength material made of a Ni-based alloy or an Fe—Ni-based alloy includes an aged portion and a hydrogen embrittlement suppressing layer that is to be exposed to...
US20160138123 PRECIPITATION-HARDENED STAINLESS STEEL ALLOYS  
Forged precipitation-hardened stainless steel alloys are provided. The forged precipitation-hardened stainless steel alloy can include, by weight, about 14.0% to about 16.0% chromium, about 6.0%...
US20160010190 PROCESSES FOR PRODUCING THICKER GAGE PRODUCTS OF NIOBIUM MICROALLOYED STEEL  
A process for controlling austenite grain size in austenite processing through nano-scale precipitate engineering of TiN—NbC composites to produce thicker gage product of niobium microalloyed...
US20150376729 AUSTENITIC STAINLESS STEEL SHEET AND METHOD FOR PRODUCING HIGH ELASTIC LIMIT NONMAGNETIC STEEL MATERIAL USING THE SAME  
[Problem] To provide a raw material steel sheet for providing a high strength nonmagnetic austenitic stainless steel material that has a high elastic limit stress and excellent toughness....
US20150354039 FE-NI-BASED ALLOY HAVING EXCELLENT HIGH-TEMPERATURE CHARACTERISTICS AND HYDROGEN EMBRITTLEMENT RESISTANCE CHARACTERISTICS, AND METHOD FOR PRODUCING THE SAME  
The present invention relates to an Fe—Ni-based alloy having excellent high-temperature characteristics and hydrogen embrittlement resistance, which has a composition containing, in terms of % by...
US20150315921 PRECIPITATION HARDENED MARTENSITIC STAINLESS STEEL, MANUFACTURING METHOD THEREFOR, AND TURBINE MOVING BLADE AND STEAM TURBINE USING THE SAME  
The precipitation hardened martensitic stainless steel is characterized by containing, in percent by weight, 12.25 to 14.25% Cr, 7.5 to 8.5% Ni, 1.0 to 2.5% Mo, 0.05% or less C, 0.2% or less Si,...
US20150299831 PRECIPITATION STRENGTHENING TYPE MARTENSITIC STEEL AND PROCESS FOR PRODUCING SAME  
There are provided a precipitation strengthening type martensitic steel having both a tensile strength of a 1500 MPa class and a high Charpy absorption energy of 30 J or higher, and a...

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