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Inventor:
Fuwa; Yoshio
Address:
Toyota, JP
No. of patents:
19
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
7497783 Propeller shaft March 3, 2009
A propeller shaft having high wear resistance is provided. The propeller shaft has a spline shaft and a spline sleeve meshing with each other, and a DLC coating is applied to any one of the spline shaft and the spline sleeve. The DLC coating has surface roughness Ra of 0.5 .mu.m or small
6723184 Aluminum alloy and slide bearing April 20, 2004
An aluminum alloy which is able to use not only expensive TiC particles, but also inexpensive dispersed reinforcing particles and which is further raised in high temperature strength without requiring an increase in dispersed reinforcing particles, comprised of Sn: 2 to 20 wt %, Cu: 0.1
6671943 Method of manufacturing a piston January 6, 2004
In a method of manufacturing a sliding member, a granular spraying material is sprayed on at least a part of a surface of a body portion made of a structural material in at least partially fusing condition and in the direction which is parallel to or diagonal to a sliding surface. Then,
5879816 Metallic sliding material March 9, 1999
A metallic sliding material including at least a support member with a sliding surface and an inorganic compound coating layer formed on the sliding surface is disclosed. The sliding surface is formed from an aluminum alloy or a reinforcing material-containing aluminum alloy. The ino
5756150 Method of spraying particulate materials on a solid surface materials May 26, 1998
In a method of manufacturing a sliding member, a granular spraying material is sprayed on at least a part of a surface of a body portion made of a structural material in at least partially fusing condition and in the direction which is parallel to or diagonal to a sliding surface. Then,
5449421 Aluminum alloy composite material with intermetallic compound finely dispersed in matrix among r September 12, 1995
In an aluminum alloy composite material including an aluminum alloy matrix and a reinforcing material such as fibers, whisker or particles, intermetallic compounds made of Al and at least one selected from a group of Fe, Ni, Co, Cr, Cu, Mn, Mo, V, W, Ta, Nb, Ti and Zr are finely disp
5427698 Coating composition for lubrication June 27, 1995
A coating composition to be used for lubrication, which comprises a synthetic resin, a solid lubricant and a friction coefficient adjuster.
5425822 Hard facing chromium-base alloys June 20, 1995
A hard facing chromium-base alloy consisting essentially of 30.0 to 48.0% by weight of nickel. 1.5 to 15.0% by weight of tungsten and/or 1.0 to 6.5% by weight of molybdenum, the balance being more than 40.0% by weight of chromium, and the maximum sum of tungsten and molybdenum being 15.0
5314659 Hard facing chromium-base alloys May 24, 1994
A hard facing chromium-base alloy consisting essentially of 30.0 to 48.0% by weight of nickel, 1.5 to 15.0% by weight of tungsten and/or 1.0 to 6.5% by weight of molybdenum, the balance being more than 40.0% by weight of chromium, and the maximum sum of tungsten and molybdenum being 15.0
5169718 Sliding member December 8, 1992
Disclosed is a sliding member having a predetermined shape and including: a sintered body obtained by sintering a composite body including: preliminary carbonized carbonaceous fiber; inorganic powder or inorganic fiber; and self-sintering carbonaceous powder with the preliminarily ca
4985092 Steel having good wear resistance January 15, 1991
A steel having good wear resistance which contains 0.55-1.10% of C, up to 2.0% of Si, up to 2.0% of Mn, 12.0-25.0% of Cr and particularly suitable as a material for piston rings or rocker arms. Further addition of 0.05-1.10% of Al to the above steel gives a steel improved in properties
4966751 Steel having good wear resistance October 30, 1990
A steel having good wear resistance which contains 0.55-1.10% of C, up to 2.0% of Si, up to 2.0% of Mn, 12.0-25.0% of Cr and particularly suitable as a material for piston rings or rocker arms. Further addition of 0.05-1.10% of Al to the above steel gives a steel improved in properties
4576863 Composite material and process for its production March 18, 1986
A light metal composite material reinforced by alumina-silica fibers and a method for producing same. The composite material can have high mechanical qualities such as high workability and high wear resistance as well as high thermal qualities such as high fatigue resistance and high the
4548126 Piston with local inorganic fiber reinforcement and method of making the same October 22, 1985
An engine piston is formed with a top crown surface and a top ring groove. An upper annular land surface is defined between the top ring groove and the edge of the top crown surface. The upper annular land surface and the side walls of the top ring groove are defined by a part of the pis
4457979 Composite material including alpha alumina fibers July 3, 1984
A fiber reinforced metal type composite material. The reinforcing fiber is alumina fiber formed from at least 80% by weight alumina and the remainder silica, with the alpha alumina content of the alumina approximately between about 5% and about 60% by weight of the total amount of alumin
4420543 Bearing member of an internal combustion engine, having a flame sprayed surface December 13, 1983
In a bearing member of an internal combustion engine, having a flame sprayed surface, molybdenum or tungsten carbide is known as the material of the flame spray. The present invention aims to provide, for example a flame-sprayed piston ring with good heat-and-wear-resistance as well as a
4388114 Anti-wear sintered alloy June 14, 1983
An anti-wear sintered alloy comprising chrome 2.5-7.5 weight %, manganese 0.10-3.0 weight %, phosphorus 0.2-0.8 weight %, copper 1.0-5.0 weight %, silicon 0.5-2.0 weight %, molybdenum 0-3 weight %, and carbon 1.5-3.5 weight %, the balance being Fe and less than 2% impurities, and a proce
4387140 Slide member June 7, 1983
The present invention relates to a slide member which has excellent wear, seizing, and scuffing resistances, and excellent adherence property, and which can be used even under high-temperature conditions, and which is suited for being applied to slide surfaces of piston rings, cylinder
4292074 Wear resistant alloy September 29, 1981
A wear resistant alloy having the composition of 30%-60% Ni, 6%-10% Si, 0.5%-3% B, 0.5%-2% C, 2%-8% carbide and boride forming element selected from Cr, Mo, and W, and 30%-60% Fe, wherein Si and B form silicides and borides, respectively, of Ni and Fe of the desirable density to provide










 
 
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