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A general review of chevron cracking causes with two unusual cases at Gerdau Ameristeel Beaumont

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By Daniel Lanham, Peter Power, and Bhaskar Yalamanchili, Gerdau Ameristeel, USA
2006
 
Chevron cracking is a well-recognized type of fracture during wiredrawing, but its many causes are not well understood. This paper reviews known causes in a summary chart, together with the investigations that implicated two very unusual causes: nitrogen-induced microvoids and pulsating back-pull stress variation caused during wiredrawing.
  
 
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