Wirenet.org Header Logo
My Information
My Membership
Chapter Directory
Committee Directory
Request Information
Upcoming Events
WAI Store

New Membership | Subscriptions | Packages | Books | Tech Papers | Media | Other Products | Events | Donations

Effect of high die angle and strain hardening coefficient on central bursting of carbon steel wires

$ 0.00 - Tech. Paper #P05193 (Member Price)
$ 15.00 - Tech. Paper #P05193 (List Price)
We're sorry, but there is no inventory for the product you selected. Check out these other great products:

Related Items


By Jan Krnac, Zelezarny a Dratovny Bohumin, Czech Republic, and Jan W. Pilarczyk, Bogdan Golis, Bartlomiej Pikos, and Rafal Wludzik, Czestochowa University of Technology, Poland
This paper is a continuation of work concerned with experimental verification of the Avitzur, Wright, and Yoshida criteria for central bursting in drawing of high-carbon steel wire in dies with semi angles smaller than 10 degrees and single reductions in the range from five to 41 percent. Using the equations of Zimerman and Avitzur, a theory for the effect of strain hardening on central bursting was established in which decreasing the strain hardening coefficient increases the possibility of central bursting under given friction conditions.
Downloadable PDFThis product is only available as a downloadable pdf document.