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Improved cold-drawn eutectoid steel wires based on residual stress measurement and simulation, part 2: optimization and mechanical properties

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By Jose Miguel Atienza, Jesus Ruiz-Hervias, and Manuel Elices, Madrid Polytechnic University, Spain
Residual stresses associated with cold-drawing influence the mechanical properties of steel wires. This paper summarizes the work carried out by the authors in attempting to improve the performance of such wires based on residual stress control. The possibilities of residual stress characterization were discussed in the first part, a paper presented at WAI’s 77th Annual Convention in 2007. Subsequent research shows control of residual stresses is a useful tool in optimizing treatments and improving the mechanical behavior of the wires.
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