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Aging effects in steel wire processing

Aging effects in steel wire processing

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Aging, through carbon-dislocation interactions, can strengthen steel wire, both statically and dynamically (strain aging). The sensitivity of aging to temperature and strain rate complicates process ...
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Number of pages:6
Year published:2007
Weight:0.2500
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By Roger N. Wright, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA
2007
 
Aging, through carbon-dislocation interactions, can strengthen steel wire, both statically and dynamically (strain aging). The sensitivity of aging to temperature and strain rate complicates process analysis and control of as-processed properties. This paper discusses basic metallurgical issues, along with applications to wiredrawing analysis, re-enforcing wire, and wire forming.
  
 
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