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Control of furnace atmosphere during patenting in the manufacture of steel tire cord

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By Thomas W. Tyl, Tire Wire Technology, LLC, USA
2010
 
Patenting is complicated, including two steps: heating and controlled cooling. This paper reviews control of furnace atmosphere. Furnaces usually have an entrance stack; hot gases flow counter to wire. Two linked variables must remain fixed: temperature and atmosphere composition. Temperature control is easy, atmosphere is not. Crude methods like maintaining air/gas ratio prior to combustion are used; this is not important; atmosphere composition is. Assuming furnace atmosphere is a function of combustion ratio is fantasy.
  
 
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