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The relation of steel quality to the drawing of steel wire. Part III

The relation of steel quality to the drawing of steel wire. Part III

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Defects in steel that lead to problems in drawn steel wire are discussed; dissolved oxides, occluded hydrogen, accidental constituents in steel, varying carbon content, and cementite are considered. ...
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Number of pages:7
Year published:1927
Weight:0.2500
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By E.A. Atkins, Company, Country
1927
 
Defects in steel that lead to problems in drawn steel wire are discussed; dissolved oxides, occluded hydrogen, accidental constituents in steel, varying carbon content, and cementite are considered. Proper cleaning of steel for wiredrawing, unfounded complaints of bad quality steel, effects of varying analyses on tempering, and misuse-related wire defects are also discussed.
  
 
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