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Effect of iron and silicon content and previous cold working of 1350 aluminum alloy after the wiredrawing process

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By Jesus O. González and José L. Cavazos, Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León, and Sergio A. Montes and J. Angelica Ramos, Viakable, Mexico
Properties of two different aluminum rod lots were studied in this paper. Differences in ultimate tensile stress were observed after wiredrawing, even though both samples complied with the standard chemical composition. A microstructural analysis was carried out by means of optical and scanning electronic microscopy. Results showed that the aluminum rod sample with the lower tensile stress did not have enough silicon precipitation due to lower iron and silicon content.  
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