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Analysis of surface flaws on drawn wire and wire breaks

Analysis of surface flaws on drawn wire and wire breaks

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Using experiments and finite element method (FEM) analysis, this paper examines whether surface cracks on wire rods grow or are removed during drawing. The deformation behavior of V-shaped, concave, ...
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Number of pages:7
Year published:2009
Weight:0.2500
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By Kazunari Yoshida, Tetsuo Shinohara, Tsutomu Yamashita, and Atsuhiro Tanaka, Tokai University, Japan
2009
 
Using experiments and finite element method (FEM) analysis, this paper examines whether surface cracks on wire rods grow or are removed during drawing. The deformation behavior of V-shaped, concave, and U-shaped transversal cracks were observed upon repeated drawing. The authors clarified the conditions under which these transversal cracks are removed in order to achieve a surface condition similar to that of the area without cracks.  
 
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