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Induction tempered spring wire

Traditionally, carbon and alloy spring wire has been processed by the oil-tempered method involving a combination of slow-running multiwire systems, gas-fired muffle furnaces, molten lead baths, fluimore»

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Induction wire heating

This technical presentation will cover general introduction to induction heating principles, how to decide the power frequency and length of coils, putting together a spring steel wire heat treatmentmore»

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Induction wire heating processes

The paper gives a brief introduction to induction heating principles and specific applications for wire heat including the Radyne Hi-bond<190> process for PC wire, diffusion, annealing, low relaxatiomore»

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Inductive thickness and eccentricity gage.

An inductive wall thickness gage that applies the eddy current technique is presented. Core shield properties are discussed. The system consists of a tracking assembly, a measuring gage, and a displamore»

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Industrial scale liquid quenchant fluidized bed technology

In this work technological line LQF for heat treatment wires with different diameters and with different chemical composition has been shown.

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Industrialization of Liquid Quenchant Fluidized bed technology (LQF) for the manufacture of steel wire products

The industrial Liquid Quenchant Fluidized (LQF) bed process uses a unique combination of liquid, foam, and air to control heat transfer rate during patenting and can process a variety of steel chemismore»

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Influence of angles of approach and bearing parts of dies on mechanical properties of drawn steel carbon wire

This paper examines a process of drawing carbon steel wire in dies with different bearing and approach angles for estimation of their effects on mechanical properties such as tensile strength, yieldmore»

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Influence of deformators construction on residual stresses value of high carbon C-76 steel wires

In the high carbon wiredrawing process, metal plasticity loss can occur as a result of strengthening during interaction of working and residual stresses connected with operations prior to wiredrawingmore»

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Influence of direction of drawing on fatigue strength of high-carbon steel wires

The effect of the drawing direction on mechanical, technological and fatigue resistance of wires has been investigated. It has been proven that during the drawing of high-carbon steel rope wires, a cmore»

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Influence of heat treatment of TRIP steel wire rod on structure and mechanical properties

With a combination of hydrostatic stress and temperature, the stability of residual austenite can be delayed to much larger strains, possibly leading to enhanced ductility of the final wire, whereasmore»

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Influence of hot-rolling conditions on drawing performance of steel and nonferrous wire

Process features which are important in the hot rolling of wire rod for further processing are discussed for the production of plain-carbon steel wire rod and copper rod. Controlled cooling, rod metamore»

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Influence of natural aging and plastic deformation on the drawability and final properties of CCR AA6201 rod

Even though the influence of natural aging on the properties of CCR AA6201 rod is well known, it is not very clear how this affects the final properties of artificially aged drawn wire, nor the intermore»

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Influence of non-metallic inclusions in high- and low-carbon wire rod on workability during wiredrawing and on mecahnical properties of product

A phase analysis technique was developed for the extraction and identification of non-metallic oxide inclusions in steel rod. Bromomethanol isolation, chlorine vacuum treatment of residue, burning ofmore»

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Influence of nonmetallic inclusions on drawability of high carbon steel wire rod

The amount, size, distribution and properties of non-metallic inclusions strongly influence drawability of wire rods and wires. In order to determine the effect of inclusions on wire drawability, wirmore»

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Influence of some parameters of drawing carbon steel wires on strain intensities, hydrostatic stress and temperature distributions in the approach zone of a conical die

The authors performed FEM simulations with a Forge 2 process of drawing carbon steel wire. This analysis allowed for a determination of the significant influence of die angle, draw speed, friction comore»

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Influence of surface flaw on fatigue life of valve springs

Surface defects on oil-tempered wires are one of the important factors which affect fatigue life of valve springs. Through fatigue tests on nitrided and non-nitrided high strength springs, with artifmore»

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Influence of surface texture and residual stresses on fatigue strength of wire rope

This paper presents the results of investigations into the fatigue strength of wire rope (zinc-coated and uncoated) for three steel grades: D55, D65, and D80. Residual stress and some parameters of tmore»

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Influence of the strain rate on the mechanical response of prestressing steel wires in cold drawing

To obtain realistic solutions using the Finite Element Method, precise knowledge of the mechanical behavior of the wires is required. Increasing drawing speed in modern processing results in high strmore»

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Influence of time of room temperature aging of drawn high carbon steel wires on their mechanical properties and DSC and TEP characteristics

In this paper, the structural background of strength and ductility is described, and a “quality parameter” is introduced, describing the quality of the strength-ductility combination of drawn steel wmore»

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Inline annealing of round and flat wires made of copper alloys and special materials

For continuous inline heat treatment of wire and strips of metals and alloys, there are several methods, which typically use the direct heating of the material by electrical current via material’s elmore»

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In-line cleaning of steel core wire for the manufacture of aluminum clad steel wire

This paper describes a wire cleaning system that incorporates neutral salt water electrolysis coupled with high frequency focused ultrasound, which has been a proven process to provide exceptional clmore»

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Inline dimensional measurement from hot rolling to fine wire

In-line dimensional measurement is becoming a must for any high-quality product from hot-rolled rod to fine wire. In particular, monitoring and documentation of diameter, ovality, area and any out-ofmore»

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In-line immersion heating of steel wire

The use of molten tin as an in-line immersion heating medium is discussed. The immersion heating method is described. Stress relief in spring coiling, the metallurgical and economic considerations ofmore»

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In-line pair twisting and unit stranding with periodically reversed lay direction (SZ)

'In-line pair twisting and unit stranding with periodically reversed lay direction (SZ),'by Dimitri R. Stein, SZ twinning and stranding in line of copper conductor telephone cable subunits and unitsmore»

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In-line shot blasted rod

Acid cleaning of rod (at $25.00/ton) is not acceptable given today’s cost and environment constraints. Shotblasting offers cleaning of rod at under $10.00/ton and completely eliminates acid. Coil ormore»

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In-line shotblasting with wiredawing machines

The law of shotblasting is:MV<SUP>2</SUP>/2.(mass x velocity)<SUP>2</SUP>/2However when applying this law in a wiredrawing environment, the following essential factors must also be considered: wiredmore»

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Innovative productivity in the steel cord wiredrawing process

In this paper, the authors propose to control the temperature rise in wire after the deformation through the drawing die, using a calculation method which includes the temperature rise in the deformamore»

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Innovative straightening technology - Intelligent automatic positioner for the setting of straightening rollers

Innovative straightening technology closes the gap between known systems of conventional and semi-automatic types. The author presents an automatic positioner consisting of an actuator, a sensor, harmore»

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Inspection of Ferromagnetic Wire into a Cold Heading Operation

Hot rolled wire that is produced and coiled at high velocity usually presents unsuitable conditions for most NDT inspection methods and their attendant grading, marking or sorting operations. Howevemore»

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Integrated one-step high-speed line for the production of low-relaxation prestressed concrete wire

This paper describes an integrated one-step high-speed production line for “low-relaxation PC wire” in bars and coils starting from high-carbon wire rod.

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Integrated production of semi finished steel parts at the service of the automotive supply chain

The producer of automotive components demands an ever greater degree of downstream transformation like peeling, cut to final length, drilling, and machining. This paper presents the improvements in tmore»

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Integrated roll control of wire straighteners

With very few exceptions all wire must be straghtened before it is converted into a usable finished product. The 2000 lb coil, with which we are so familiar, is almost always several-production-procmore»

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Integrating online machine condition monitoring with quality monitoring in the cable industry

Given the commonality in parameters that are indicators of quality and machine condition, it is worth considering the combination of these two concepts into one computerized monitoring system. Vibratmore»

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Intermediate hot-dip improves performance of galvanized wire

A new method of hot dip galvanized wire production is described in which the hot dipping is performed at an intermediate stage, before the last series of draws. Increased strength, ductility, and cormore»

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Investigating the possibility of electrochemical nickel and copper coating of bead wires

For this work on the electrochemical coating of high carbon steel wires (bead wires), a simple nickel and copper sulphate bath was used. Using 2.8 mm diameter wires, the time of the nickeling and copmore»

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