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The effect of annealed vs. non-annealed boron treated steel on cold headers

The effect of annealed vs. non-annealed boron treated steel on cold headers

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The object of this paper is to compare the actual cold-forming properties- and the effect of the material on the cold former -of boron grade 10B21 steel in a total of four conditions: two conditions ...
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Number of pages:11
Year published:1982
Weight:0.2500
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By Guthrie, R.M.Rockford Mfg. Group Inc.
1982
 
The object of this paper is to compare the actual cold-forming properties- and the effect of the material on the cold former -of boron grade 10B21 steel in a total of four conditions: two conditions described as previously drawn wire, and two conditions described as inline drawn wire. A methodology is developed correlating cold-forming tonnage and metal deformation. Costs of hot rolled wire vs. cold rolled wire, and non-annealed vs. annealed wire are commented upon.
  
 
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