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Metallurgical and wiredrawing performance comparison of ETP and oxygen-free copper

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By Masoud Garshasb, Phelps Dodge Copper Products, USA
2006
 
The differences in manufacturing ETP and oxygen-free copper products are reflected in their metallurgical and physical characteristics, which ultimately defines their performance and suitability for different wire and cable products. ETP rod manufacturing involves casting in a metallic mold followed by hot rolling stages. In contrast, oxygen-free products utilize casting in a graphite mold, which may be followed by cold rolling. The distinctive differences include copper matrix nonuniformities and inclusions.
  
 
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