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Characterization of defects on rectangular wire produced by continuous extrusion

Characterization of defects on rectangular wire produced by continuous extrusion

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This paper deals with classification and interpretation of the origin of typical defects found on Al-1350 rectangular wire. It characterizes defects by means of metallographical analysis as well as o ...
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Number of pages:7
Year published:2010
Weight:0.2500
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By Sergio Gallegos, Viakable SA de CV, Mexico
2010
 
This paper deals with classification and interpretation of the origin of typical defects found on Al-1350 rectangular wire. It characterizes defects by means of metallographical analysis as well as optical and scanning electronic microscopy. Metallographical analysis revealed a recrystallized grain structure regardless of the original structure, due to the high extrusion temperature. In particular, oxide inclusions have distinct morphological characteristics and were found to be related either to rod quality or process conditions.
  
 
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