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Inventor:
Whitney, Jr.; Warren J.
Address:
Ypsilanti, MI
No. of patents:
7
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
7222425 Method of forming engine bearing May 29, 2007
A journal bearing has a lining of bearing metal applied to a steel backing. The surface of the lining is laser peen hardened to locally increase the hardness and the seizure resistance of the lining. The underlying core of the lining is unaffected and maintains good conformability of
6833339 Non-plated aluminum based bearing alloy with performance-enhanced interlayer December 21, 2004
A bi-metal aluminum bearing includes an aluminum-based bearing layer, a steel backing, and an intermediate aluminum-based layer that has a thickness of from 60 to 120 micrometers positioned between the aluminum-based bearing layer and the steel backing. The intermediate layer has a y
6596671 Non-plated aluminum based bearing alloy with performance-enhanced interlayer July 22, 2003
A bi-metal aluminum includes bearing an aluminum-based bearing layer, a steel backing, and an intermediate aluminum-based layer that has a thickness of from 60 to 120 micrometers positioned between the aluminum-based bearing layer and the steel backing. The intermediate layer has a y
5536587 Aluminum alloy bearing July 16, 1996
A shaft bearing is formed from an aluminum alloy that has approximately 8% Sn, 2.5% Si, 2% Pb, 0.8% Cu and 0.2% Cr on a weight-percentage basis. The tin has an average particle size less than 5 microns and the silicon has an average particle size less than 5 microns. The alloy may be for
5365664 Method of making aluminum alloy bearing November 22, 1994
A shaft bearing is formed from an aluminum alloy that has approximately 8% Sn, 4% Si, 2% Pb and 1% Cu on a weight percentage basis. The tin has an average particle size less than five microns and the silicon has an average particle size less than 3.5 microns. The alloy is formed into a
5053286 Aluminum-lead engine bearing alloy metallurgical structure and method of making same October 1, 1991
An aluminum-lead bearing alloy in continuously cast strip form has a lead content in excess of 1% by volume, 4% by weight. The lead phase consists of uniformly distributed spherical particles no more than 25 microns in diameter, and the content of all other constituents other than alumin
4996025 Engine bearing alloy composition and method of making same February 26, 1991
An engine bearing having an aluminum-lead bearing alloy and a method of casting such aluminum-lead alloys in which the bimetal lining after bonding of the alloy has no lead gradient and contains no lead ribbons of significant size.










 
 
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