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The effect of drawing temperature on the properties and annealing response of copper wire

The effect of drawing temperature on the properties and annealing response of copper wire

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Heat is generated in the “cold” drawing of copper wire, and drawing temperatures in the 200-300°C range are plausible. Experimental isothermal drawing passes in the 20-250°C ran ...
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Number of pages:5
Year published:2001
Weight:0.2500
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By Corrado Noseda and Roger N. Wright, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA
2001
 
Heat is generated in the “cold” drawing of copper wire, and drawing temperatures in the 200-300°C range are plausible. Experimental isothermal drawing passes in the 20-250°C range have been characterized regarding as-drawn mechanical properties, friction and annealing response, and related aspects of texture and surface quality. These isothermal results are compared with observations on the characteristics of wire drawn at commercial speeds with theoretically projected radial thermal gradients. The role of temperature in commercial copper wiredrawing is reassessed in light of this new and rigorous laboratory data.
  
 
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