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Residual stresses and hydrogen embrittlement in cold-drawn eutectoid steel wires

Residual stresses and hydrogen embrittlement in cold-drawn eutectoid steel wires

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Eutectoid cold-drawn pearlitic wires can be considered as a nanocomposite material (consisting of very fine ferrite and cementite lamellae) with outstanding strength and toughness. These wires and st ...
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Number of pages:5
Year published:2006
Weight:0.2500
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By Jose Miguel Atienza, Manuel Elices, Jesus Ruiz-Hervias, and Luis Caballero, Madrid Polytechnic University, Spain
2006
 
Eutectoid cold-drawn pearlitic wires can be considered as a nanocomposite material (consisting of very fine ferrite and cementite lamellae) with outstanding strength and toughness. These wires and strands are the active tendons in prestressed concrete structures, form the cables in mine shafts and off-shore petroleum production, and are used in the tire industry as reinforcing steel cords.
  
 
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