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Effect of high-speed drawing on properties of high-carbon steel wires

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By Ivo Nemec, Zelezarny a Dratovny Bohumin, Czech Republic; Bogdan Golis, Jan W. Pilarczyk, and Ryszard Budzik, Czestochowa University of Technology, Poland; and Wieslaw Waszkielewicz, AGH University of Science and Technology, Poland
Wire rods with a diameter of 5.5 mm from two steel grades C52D2 (0.52%C) and C72DP (0.72%C) were drawn to a diameter of 1.35 mm in 13 draws and at two drawing speeds (0.5 m/s and 20 m/s). It was found that an increase in the speed of drawing significantly affects mechanical properties of drawn wire. One result observed in the final wire was a large drop in number of twists. The increase in speed also had an effect on the roughness of the wire surface--it became much smoother than after drawing at a low speed.
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