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Effect of boron alloying on the mechanical properties of high carbon wire rods

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By Emmanuel De Moor and David K. Matlock, Colorado School of Mines, USA; Peter M. Power and Bhaskar Yalamanchili, Gerdau Ameristeel, USA; Walther Van Raemdonck, NV Bekaert SA, Belgium; and Robert J. Glodowski, East Metals North America LLC, USA
2011
 
Boron alloying has been successfully used in low carbon grades to limit nitrogen strain aging effects. Reduced work hardening and improved (torsional) ductility are typically observed. This study evaluates boron alloying effects in high carbon wire grades. Three compositions were laboratory prepared: a reference 0.80 carbon steel and two boron alloyed steels with a B:N ratio of 1:1 and 2:1 and the same carbon level. This paper presents the mechanical properties of the hot rolled rod.
  
 
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