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Effects of oxygen concentration on the recrystallization behavior of copper wire

Effects of oxygen concentration on the recrystallization behavior of copper wire

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A detailed study has been conducted on continuously cast copper rod to determine the effects of oxygen content, in the range of 10-1000 parts per million, upon annealing behavior of drawn wire. The ...
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Number of pages:14
Year published:1993
Weight:0.2500
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By Horace Pops and James Holloman, Essex Group, Inc. USA.
1993
 
A detailed study has been conducted on continuously cast copper rod to determine the effects of oxygen content, in the range of 10-1000 parts per million, upon annealing behavior of drawn wire.The half-hard annealing temperature, annealing kinetics, spiral elongation values, hardness annealability results, activation energy for recrystallization, times to achieve softening, and final mechanical properties have been determined as a function of prior cold work and oxygen content.
  
 
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