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FEM-aided study on hydrostatic stress in drawing of high-carbon steel wire

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By Shen He and Paul Van Houtte, Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium, and Jan W. Pilarczyk and Jaroslaw Markowski, Czestochowa University of Technology, Poland
2006
 
This paper investigates the hydrostatic stress distribution in the high-carbon steel wire drawing process using finite element method analysis. Examination of the locations and magnitudes of the peaks of hydrostatic stress in the deformation zone can be very helpful in estimating the tendency toward central bursting in drawing. The paper studies the influence of different parameters on hydrostatic stress, which can be used to optimize drawing conditions to reduce the risk of central bursting.
  
 
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