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2004 Mordica Lecture: Some Aspects of Wire Rod Quality

The lecture presents a summary of more than 30 papers written or co-written by the author from 1995 to 2004. Those articles are analyzed in six parts on topics that include wire rod quality and indicmore»

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3-D FEM analysis of roller die and hydrodynamic drawing of high carbon steel wires

This paper presents results of numerical simulations of processes of a roller die and a hydrodynamic drawing of high-carbon steel wire with newly developed FEM software. With this software digital vamore»

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61-wire single-twist stranding

The productivity of the single-twist machine for stranding is higher than the rigid strander. The strand quality is significantly better than that of a double-twist machine. The set-up time and set-umore»

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A case for tensile specifications in the steel rod and wire industry

High-carbon steel wire has traditionally been drawn from hot-rolled rods manufactured to specified chemical ranges. Several years ago the specifications were re-crafted to designate tensile strengthmore»

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A general review of chevron cracking causes with two unusual cases at Gerdau Ameristeel Beaumont

Chevron cracking is a well-recognized type of fracture during wiredrawing, but its many causes are not well understood. This paper reviews known causes in a summary chart, together with the investigamore»

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A method of testing compressive relaxation in aluminum wire conductors

Relaxation of aluminum wire conductors is discussed. Relaxation testing, test apparatus, load cell and electrical equipment, recording, and results are considered. The chemical composition and conditmore»

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A new calibration method for complex shape sections with reflex angles

An improved calibration method for the preform of drawn sections was developed by analyzing and comparing industrially used sections. Based on Preussler, this method enables the calibration of sectiomore»

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A new cleaning method for wire rod and wires

A new method based on plasma technology combined with an innovative mechanical descaling system allows the removal of FexOy and FeO from the surface of steel wire. This technology performs an acid- amore»

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A new fire retardant sheathing concept for UTP data cables and fire-resistant cables

Halogen-free systems have become an acceptable part of the cable makers’ method of manufacture. Unfortunately, although extremely environmentally friendly, they have their limitations in areas of promore»

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A new form of making flexible copper conductors

This paper discusses an invention related to a method and an apparatus for the continuous production of a twisted stranded cable and ultra flexible single-strand wire. Both constructs have the flexibmore»

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A new generation of lubricants and accessory products for wire drawing, free from substances that are potentially harmful or dangerous to persons and the environment

According to Regulation (EC) No. 1272/2008 the following products: 1) sodium tetraborate (borax) 2) boric acid are classified as toxic for reproduction and unborn children (R60-61 - May impair fermore»

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A new generation on-line SRL predictor system for data cable manufacturing

Online Structural Return Loss (SRL) prediction has grown significantly in recent years, but there are still limitations to existing solutions. A new generation, online SRL predictor system has been dmore»

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A new method for mechanical descaling and cleaning of wire rod and wiredrawing with new generation dies and lubricants

An innovative steel wire rod mechanical descaling and cleaning system combined with special types of drawing dies in tungsten carbide and new specific lubricants for the coating of the wire has beenmore»

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A new process of sequential brass coating

Currently sequential brass coating is applied from individual copper and zinc electrolytes followed by thermal diffusion. The surface layer contains less than 50 percent copper and is composed of brimore»

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A new system for laboratory experimentation for the profile, geometry, and degree of finish of a die for optimum wiredrawing

This method uses specially designed and constructed equipment for precision laboratory measurement of wiredrawing force as wire passes through the die. Consequently, it is possible to compare the resmore»

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A new technique for measuring stress relaxation of power connectors machined from high performance copper alloy rod

Unreliable power connections can cause extensive equipment damage and may result in serious personal injury. This paper covers the details related to sample geometry calculations, measurement procedumore»

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A new vertical hot-dipped wire galvanizing system for thin coatings

In commercial wire galvanizing, wire covered with a low zinc coating is commonly produced with a technological process defined as “horizontal galvanizing,” so called because the wires leave the zincmore»

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A numerical study on the distributions of temperature in a fine high carbon steel wire subjected to high-speed drawing

Quantitative evaluation was carried out on the influences of drawing conditions on the temperature distribution during high-speed drawing of wire. The material adopted was AISI 1080 high carbon steelmore»

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A possibility of obtaining additional value of production by control of wire tolerances

In this paper main principles concerned with tolerances in the case of wire manufacturing will be presented. It has been shown that wires ought to be manufactured with upper deviation G = 0 and lowermore»

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A quantitative study on the different lubrication modes for wiredrawing of 80Ni-20r wire,

This paper addresses the lubrication modes that can exist during the slow speed wire drawing of 80% Ni - 20% Cr alloy. Since the lubrication mode affects the surface characteristics of the drawn wiremore»

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A safe machine your duty

Steps to survive the product liability crisis for the designer and machine user are presented to provide a safe machine and proper legal defense. Design requirements will be related to the national cmore»

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A system for controlling and filtering the pollutant particles during the wiredrawing process

In this process the copper that is drawn emits particles and dust into the environment and this results in the pollution of the workplace. Inhaling these particles is harmful for human beings. In thimore»

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A technical review of industrial practices for decreasing the strain hardening rate of low carbon steel wire

The use of rod produced from scrap-based, continuously cast, electric furnace steel as a replacement for hot metal, ingot cast, rim steel rod has been hindered by its excessive strain aging. Minimizimore»

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A tool for wiredrawing tribology study

Friction, lubrication and wear are among the major concerns of many researchers worldwide, who are attempting to understand and optimize the tribology system and consequently to increase the efficienmore»

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A twist on heavily drawn wire

This Mordica Memorial Award lecture address focuses on the question of the absolute upper limits of tensile strength of heavily drawn wires and reveals how the stress state of many wire products is nmore»

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