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Decrease in residual stresses in drawn wire and rod

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By Fryderyk Knap, Czestochowa Technical University, Poland
This paper discusses the stress in drawn wire after it leaves the drawing die and is coiled on the drawing drum. It demonstrates that the decisive influence on residual stress is exerted by non-uniform stress distribution formed in the die reduction angle and that the tension of the wire leads to the decrease in the residual stresses level. Further, it analyzes the stress distribution in the wire during elastoplastic tension.
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