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A case for tensile specifications in the steel rod and wire industry

A case for tensile specifications in the steel rod and wire industry

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High-carbon steel wire has traditionally been drawn from hot-rolled rods manufactured to specified chemical ranges. Several years ago the specifications were re-crafted to designate tensile strength ...
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Number of pages:3
Year published:2001
Weight:0.2500
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By Steven M. Montague, Jeffrey D. Howrey and James L. Hess, Leggett & Platt, Inc., USA
2001
 
High-carbon steel wire has traditionally been drawn from hot-rolled rods manufactured to specified chemical ranges. Several years ago the specifications were re-crafted to designate tensile strength ranges. The results, to date, have been very favorable. This paper highlights the development and use of tensile specifications in the rod and wire industry.
  
 
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