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Annealing characteristics of Triple E electrical conductor alloy

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By Chia, E.H.Southwire Co., Georgia Institute of Technology, Engel, N.N.Datta, N.K.
1974
 
The yield strength, UTS, and thermal stability of 0.0808 inch Triple E conductor alloy wire (0.6% Fe-Al) were compared to those of EC aluminum after annealing at 204-315~C for 1-7 hours. Superior strength, elongation, and electrical conductivity, and a high degree of stability of properties at elevated temperatures are attributed to the formation of a fine subgrain or cell structure. (
  
 
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