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특허 상세정보

Autoignition material for a vehicle occupant protection apparatus

국가/구분 United States(US) Patent 등록
국제특허분류(IPC7판) C06B-045/32   
미국특허분류(USC) 149/007; 149/005; 149/037; 149/114
출원번호 US-0654420 (2000-09-01)
발명자 / 주소
출원인 / 주소
대리인 / 주소
    Tarolli, Sundheim, Covell & Tummino L.L.P.
인용정보 피인용 횟수 : 3  인용 특허 : 13
초록

An autoignition material includes a plurality of agglomerates. Each agglomerate comprises an oxidizer material particle. A plurality of metal fuel particles are disposed on the oxidizer material particle. The metal fuel particles are present in a weight ratio effective to substantially stoichiometrically balance the oxidizer material particle. The metal fuel particles exothermically react with the oxidizer material particle when the autoignition material is exposed to a temperature of about 80° C. to about 250° C. A thin binder film adheres the metal fue...

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청구항

An autoignition material includes a plurality of agglomerates. Each agglomerate comprises an oxidizer material particle. A plurality of metal fuel particles are disposed on the oxidizer material particle. The metal fuel particles are present in a weight ratio effective to substantially stoichiometrically balance the oxidizer material particle. The metal fuel particles exothermically react with the oxidizer material particle when the autoignition material is exposed to a temperature of about 80° C. to about 250° C. A thin binder film adheres the metal fue...

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