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Financial effects of an optimal use of spools

Wire manufacturers have to deal with substantial stocks of reels. These reels cost a lot of money and the turnaround of the reels is very low. This paper presents a financial optimization program formore»

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Finite element analysis of die failures in cold forming progressions

This paper presents two case studies where a computer-based process model was used to analyze die failure and deflection in cold forming progressions. In both cases, low cycle fatigue was found to bemore»

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Finite element method analysis of multi-pass drawing process under hydrodynamic and conventional friction conditions

This paper shows analysis of the multi-pass drawing process using the finite element method. The transfer of mechanical properties and the possibility of recrystallization annealing after each pass,more»

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Fire refined copper rod production in a clean environment

After a short presentation of the latest achievements in FRHC copper rod production with a continuous or a batch process, this paper focuses on 10 years of studies and developments to achieve full comore»

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Fire safety cables - Ceramifying silicone rubbers

Novel silicone rubbers can be used in the manufacture of safety cables. While burning they turn into a hard ceramic, which insulates electrically up to 950°C, even 1100°C at 1 kV. Reported extrusionmore»

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Fire-induced damage in prestressing steels

After a fire, even if no collapse happens, there is a possibility of fire-induced damage in the structure. Correct knowledge of residual properties of wires after fire is of major importance for themore»

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Flame retardant wire and cable formulations

Part I of this paper deals with smoke testing employing the smoke density chamber developed by the National Bureau of Standards in cooperation with the American Instruments Company. Part II of this pmore»

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Flow stresses for the modeling of stainless steel and nickel wiredrawing

This paper addresses austenitic stainless steels and nickel-base alloys. Basic flow stress estimation methods are reviewed and extended to the well-documented case of AISI 304 stainless steel. Similamore»

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Fluidized-bed patenting of wire rods.

The fluidized-bed patenting of high carbon steel wire rod using zirconia sand medium is described. Cooling rate and mechanical properties of fluidized-bed patented material are discussed. Advantagesmore»

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Fluoropolymer coating of ultra fine wires

In the quest for smaller electrical components and reduced size in cable assemblies, the coating of ultra fine wires is becoming an area of great interest.

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Foaming of fluoropolymers

For a number of new applications such as mobile phones, LED displays, medical probes micro-sized wires with special insulation are required. To meet size requirements and electrical performance thismore»

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Formulation, analysis, and measurement of fines

This paper presents an analysis of the origin, microstructures, and make-up of fines in nonferrous products during rod production and wiredrawing. It includes a morphological genus for these contaminmore»

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Fracture criteria prediction in wiredrawing using finite element modeling

This paper presents fracture criteria for C18135 (Cu-0.4Cd-0.4Cr) thin gauge wires utilizing finite element modeling (FEM). Actual microstructural features were embedded in the model utilizing meshinmore»

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Fracture mechanics aspect of delamination occurrence in high-carbon steel wire

Experiments were performed to understand delamination mechanism in high-carbon steel wire and particularly the wire-size dependence of delamination from the fracture mechanics viewpoint. Comparativemore»

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Fracture toughness evaluation of a high-strength cold-drawn Type 304 stainless steel wire

Type 304 stainless steel wires are used in many applications where high strength and durability are required. One of the most demanding applications is that for wire ropes and cables. In this studymore»

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Friction parameters using ceramic tools in wiredrawing

This paper presents the results of the author company’s new testing device, which can measure the friction between different wires and the ceramic drawing tools under several conditions (i.e., coolinmore»

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From 0.6 to 14 mm: quenching in fluidized bed for high-carbon wire, a technology that has proven its ability

The use of the fluidized bed in the wire industry was one of the major technological turning points of the last 20 years. At first considered a difficult technology to carry out, fluidized bed quenchmore»

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From call to cash – ICT applied to the cable industry

The only way to survive in the cable industry is to drive down costs continuously, while improving customer responsiveness and innovation power. This paper will help address bottlenecks in business pmore»

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From hot rolled rod to finished wire through the process of mechanical blast cleaning

A shot blast cleaning method of mechanically cleaning rod and wire is presented. The process and design are described and a variety of types of machinery, including single pass, single strand-doublemore»

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From molten metal to 'conformed' aluminum profiles

It has been recognized for some time that considerable savings in production costs and processing times could be made by directly feeding a Conform™ machine with continuously cast bar. This paper wilmore»

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From molten metal to overhead conductors

The vast majority of EC grade aluminum rod produced worldwide is used in the production of high voltage overhead conductor cable. A new Properzi process in the final stages of development has been demore»

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Fundamental issues in measuring rod quality and closing the quality gap

The fastener industry is a major user of wire rod. This presentation examines the gaps between the needs of wire rod users and material capability. The difficulties in measuring performance capabilitmore»

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Fundamental principles of steel wire metallurgy. Part II-thermal reactions

Part two of a series discusses thermal reactions in wire metallurgy. Iron-carbon equilibrium is diagramed. Austenitic grains, alpha grains, reactions on heating steel, influence of heating and coolinmore»

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Fundamentals of applied artificial intelligence in manufacturing rod at Phelps Dodge

In order to obtain accurate and quick information from the manufacturing process, a real-time data acquisition system has to be implemented to collect the manufacturing process data as well as the qumore»

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Fundamentals of cabling.

The mathematics of the two methods of cabling conductor filaments are compared. The unilay and laying-up methods are described. Formulas for figuring the geometry of the two methods are given.

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Furnaces for ferrous and nonferrous wire.

A variety of furnaces of the continuous atmosphere, DX gas, convection, and direct fired types are described. Their uses in controlling scale and decarburization in annealing, spheroidization, and nomore»

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Further steps in copper scrap refining and subsequent CCR copper rod production

Ten years ago LaFarga Lacambra SA started producing Fire Refined High Conductivity (FRHC) copper rod from mill berry, resulting in first class copper rod. Now a new refining technique allows second amore»

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Gaining market share in the energy sector – receiving and filling orders in India

This paper covers the increasing demand for energy, competition from China’s booming economy, high-voltage transportation and cable quality, and convincing contractors with high-quality products. Itmore»

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Galvanized steel wire

The early history of galvanizing, hot dip galvanizing in the U.S., hot dip zinc coatings, and electrogalvanizing in Germany and the U.S. are discussed.

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Galvanized wire from rod in a continuous process

This paper will describe a rare process in which carbon steel wire rods proceed rapidly, automatically, and continuously through a galvanizing and drawing process, non-stop. The process is pollution-more»

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Gap measurement and control in Conform extrusion

Conform- extrusion is a very versatile manufacturing process, permitting the production of a wide variety of high quality nonferrous metal products in continuous lengths. During the process, it is immore»

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Generating a mechanism of delamination in high carbon steel wire by experimental drawing

Delamination tends to occur more frequently in a large wire than in a fine wire. As a result of observing the starting point of delamination with SEM, it turns out that delamination occurs as a resulmore»

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GE's new flexible Noryl resin for wire coating underscores company’s drive into electronics industry

Technical data will be presented on a new family of modified-polyphenylene ether (MPPE) resins as an alternative to polyvinyl chloride (PVC), flame-retarded polyethylene (FR-PE), and thermoplastic pomore»

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Getting the most from your extrusion tooling

This paper discusses the importance of understanding the maintenance procedure, organizing the work process, and following specific guidelines for cleaning extrusion tooling to provide optimum performore»

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Graphite crucible furnace technology as a basis of highest quality coper redraw rod

Causes of wire breaks in drawing to superfine magnet wire have been analyzed through the complete manufacturing cycle from rod casting to finished wire. Graphite crucible furnace technology as the bmore»

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