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Effect of additional shear strain layer on microstructure and tensile strength of fine wire

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By Satoshi Kajino and Motoo Asakawa, Waseda University, Japan
A hardened layer around 0.04 mm in depth, referred to as the “additional shear strain layer,” is generated beneath the surface layer of the wire, and the additional shear strain layer affects the tensile strength of fine wire. The purpose of this paper is to investigate the cause of an increase in tensile strength. The microstructure of the surface layer was made finer than that of the center layer. It was concluded that the tensile strength of the surface layer was greater than that of the center layer because of this crystal grain refinement.
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