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Evolution of cold mechanical deformation in carbon steel wires

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By Emanuele Zinutti and Fabio Miani, Udine University, Italy; and Angelo Zinutti and Giancarlo Saro, Pittini Impianti Srl, Italy
2003
 
In the field of smooth wire production the main advantage of rolling over drawing is the drastic reduction of downtime due to a lesser need for change of the reduction mean and therefore higher wire output (rolls over dies). In reinforcing wire production, stretching reduces the power requirement and leaves the wire with a higher ductility compared to cold rolling, allowing the creation of construction steel particularly adapted for anti-seismic applications and fire/blast/shock protection.
  
 
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