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Physical conditions in the lubricant layer

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This paper reviews the conditions in the lubricating layer, between the wire and the die, with emphasis on temperature and pressure. Implications for lubricant state and frictional response follow, a ...
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Number of pages:5
Year published:1996
Weight:0.2500
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By Roger N. Wright, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA
1996
 
This paper reviews the conditions in the lubricating layer, between the wire and the die, with emphasis on temperature and pressure. Implications for lubricant state and frictional response follow, and the analyses directly incorporate process parameters and material properties, such as drawing speed, die angle, die contact length, wire strength and lubricant classification. Emphasis is placed on essentially hydrodynamic conditions pertinent to high speed drawing, although many of the concepts are easily extended to other conditions.
  
 
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