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NanoSteel | Date: 2015-05-18

The present disclosure is directed at alloys and method for layer-by-layer deposition of metallic alloys on a substrate. The resulting deposition provides for relatively high hardness metallic parts with associated wear resistance. Applications for the metallic parts include pumps, valves and/or bearings.


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NanoSteel and Gm Global Technology Operations Llc | Date: 2013-01-14

A method of manufacturing a structural support member for a vehicle includes forming a first portion, forming a second portion, and connecting the first portion and the second portion together. The first portion and the second portion may be formed from one of an aluminum material, a magnesium material, a cold-formable steel material, a glass fiber composite material, or a plastic material. The first portion and the second portion are connected together such that the second portion is disposed in a tensile loading condition in response to an impact load applied to the first portion. A laminate layer is attached to the second portion. The laminate layer includes an ultra high strength material having a yield strength equal to or greater than five hundred fifty (550) MPa. The laminate layer may include, for example, an iron based glassy metal foil or an iron based glassy metal foil fabric.


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NanoSteel | Date: 2015-02-17

A method of shot peening a workpiece comprising projecting metal alloy particles at a workpiece wherein said metal alloy particles comprises Fe in combination with B, C, Cr and Nb, wherein the Fe is present at a level of greater than 50.0 atomic percent. The metal alloy particles have a Vickers Hardness (HV) of at least 1150 and an elastic modulus of greater than 200 GPa.


This disclosure deals with a class of metal alloys with advanced property combinations applicable to metallic sheet production. More specifically, the present application identifies the formation of metal alloys of relatively high strength and ductility and the use of one or more cycles of elevated temperature treatment and cold deformation to produce metallic sheet at reduced thickness with relatively high strength and ductility.


A method of forming an alloy composition including spinodal based glass matrix microconstituents. The method comprises melting an alloy composition comprising iron present in the range of 49 atomic percent (at %) to 65 at %, nickel present in the range of 10.0 at % to 16.5 at %, cobalt optionally present in the range of 0.1 at % to 12 at %, boron present in the range of 12.5 at % to 16.5 at %, silicon optionally present in the range of 0.1 at % to 8.0 at %, carbon optionally present in the range of 2 at % to 5 at %, chromium optionally present in the range of 2.5 at % to 13.35 at %, and niobium optionally present in the range of 1.5 at % to 2.5 at %, cooling the alloy composition at a rate of 10

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