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Making satisfactory welded joints in wire by resistance welding.

Technical data on resistance welding of wire are presented. Considerations regarding the setting up of the welding machine include strength, appearance and set down of final weld, welding electrodes,more»

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Managing health and safety issues in wire and cable

The cost of doing business today extends beyond creating a product or providing a service. Work related incidents are consuming a greater percent of our working capital each year. Health care costsmore»

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Manufacture and application of copperclad wire

The use of copperclad wires for use in lamps, resistors, and diodes is discussed from the perspective of manufacturing methods and applications. The two major types of copperclad wires are 'Dumet' amore»

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Manufacturing and quality control in the production of steel and wire rod for tire cord

The production of high quality steel for tire cord applications is discussed. Trace elements, carbon content, control of manganese by RH degassing, phosphorus and sulfur, cleanliness, the identificatmore»

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Manufacturing highly loadable helical springs through optimization of tempering processes in both spring steel wire and spring production

Recent research activities have shown that for improving the strength and forming behaviour of oil-hardened and tempered spring steel wire the tempering processes of both wire and spring production nmore»

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Manufacturing of data communication cables using high-speed backtwist technology

The paper discusses how the introduction of backtwist technology into the twinning process has allowed for a more generous process window, particularly to concentricity, which affects impedance, strumore»

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Manufacturing of data communication cables using high-speed backtwist technology and the impact of fluorinated ethylene propylene (FEP) on productivity

Fluorinated Ethylene Propylene (FEP) has been used for fire retardancy in data cable for many years in the North American market. Due to its construction, it has had a negative effect on productivitymore»

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Material savings by utilizing in-line dimensional measurement and control

To compete in today’s markets, it is a necessity to reduce operating costs. However, cutting costs cannot mean sacrificing a high quality standard. This paper explains how an in-line measurement andmore»

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Materials response to wiredrawing

Material problems in wire, rod and tube drawing can seldom be solved by materials science alone. It is true that the physical metallurgist, based on sophisticated investigation techniques, can descrmore»

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Materials restrictions and the global marketplace—The phasing-out of lead and other hazardous substances

There is a growing movement, particularly in Europe and Japan, to control the end-of-life disposal of electrical and electronic equipment and to phase out the use in that equipment of some hazardousmore»

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Mathematical model simulating thin-diameter steel wire drawing in the presence of back tension

This paper discusses the mathematical apparatus of calculation of energy-power parameters for the process of drawing wire of thin diameters by multiple machines.

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Measurement of annealing behavior of copper rod and wire.

Results of experiments on copper rod and wire annealing are presented. Hardness, spring back, elongation, and half-hard temperature are correlated with annealing time and temperature. The tests can bmore»

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Measurement of small diameter wire stress relaxation using dynamic techniques

A dynamic measurement technique for measuring stress relaxation of small diameter wire was developed. The effects of stress relief and processing history were evaluated using this technique. Nonferromore»

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Measuring progress in the wire and cable industry

Seeing the potential in non-contact laser technology was the key to creating systems that enabled wire and cable manufacturers to produce cables with a far greater degree of accuracy.

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Measuring the effective use of wire and processing mills

Many of the traditional methods of measuring the use of our mills by various formulas for calculating "efficiency" and "utilization" do not accurately reflect a mill’s true efficiency, utilization ormore»

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Mechanical analysis of polymers aged in optical cable filling compounds

An investigation of the mechanical properties of natural and synthetic hydrocarbon carrier based filling compounds was undertaken, and several of the filling compounds were then used in compatibilitymore»

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Mechanical blast cleaning of wire rods.

A shot blast cleaning method for descaling wire rod is discussed. The development of this process, the basis of the process, and its use in conjunction with drawing are described and illustrated.

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Mechanical properties of molybdenum alloys wires

The paper describes deformation behaviour, mechanical properties and structure of drawn molybdenum wires at elevated temperatures and heat treated by annealing at various temperatures. Introductory pmore»

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Mechanical relaxation spectroscopy in steel wire research

The primary driving force in steel research today is the need to produce a higher quality product within a rapidly narrowing specification range. As a result, thereis a need for new or improved matemore»

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Mechanical vapor recompression applied to acid rinse water recovery at Nexans' copper rod mill

Nexans’ Montreal copper rod mill installed a Mechanical Vapor Recompression system to separate and recover sulfuric acid and water from the acid-pickling rinse circuit. This was the first installatiomore»

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Mechanics of the slipping capstan.

The mathematical basis of various aspects of the mechanics of the slipping capstan are presented. Friction, tension, multiple capstans in tandem, power loss, as well as the advantages and disadvantagmore»

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Mechanics of wire rope

This presentation by the 2003 Mordica Lecturer, an expert in the mechanics of wire ropes, discusses how an understanding of mechanics can be used to solve problems.

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Mechanisms of wire breaks.

A mathematical analysis of wire breaks, specifically 'center burst' or 'cuppy core', and 'crow's feet' mode is provided. The purpose of this is to survey some fundamental concopts of fracture theorymore»

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Media filtration for nonferrous wiredrawing coolant

A vast assortment of nonwoven media is available for coolant filtration. Plodding through these choices can be time-consuming and expensive. This paper examines the fundamentals of media properties,more»

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Meeting rod quality requirements in the 21st century

Reject rates in the ppm range are often required for rod produced up to 10 km per min. It is no longer possible to ensure today’s required quality levels using traditional inspection techniques. Thismore»

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Melt-to-tensile high carbon rods for direct drawn wire applications

With the continuing trend for more wire applications to be met with as-rolled rods drawn to the finish diameter, the need for specifying rods by tensile strength becomes more and more important. Thismore»

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Metal hydroxides for flame retardant wire and cable compounds

This paper discusses use of metal hydroxides such as aluminum trihydroxide (ATH) and magnesium hydroxide (MDH) as flame retardant additives for wire and cable compound applications. Effects of partimore»

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Metal tape forming and welding line for MV, HV and EHV power cables

For many years it has been very popular to cover MV, HV and EHV cables with extruded lead or aluminum or with longitudinal applied Al/PE tapes. The requirements are changing all the time and nowadaysmore»

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Metallurgical analysis of resistance welds

Exhaustive metallurgical analyses of composition and microstructure were carried out to determine the cause of resistance butt-weld failures in brass-coated plain-carbon steel wire. Two types of failmore»

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Metallurgical and wiredrawing performance comparison of ETP and oxygen-free copper

The differences in manufacturing ETP and oxygen-free copper products are reflected in their metallurgical and physical characteristics, which ultimately defines their performance and suitability formore»

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Metallurgy of Triple-E -- a new alloy concept.

The development of a new aluminum alloy is described. The experimental procedures and tests involved in the development of Triple-E electrical conductor, its creep strength, tensile strength, elongatmore»

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Method and material for manufacture of rectangular wire coil springs without dynamic strain aging

Loss of ductility is experienced in steel springs when the coil spring is dynamically strained or deformed. This phenomenon, known as dynamic strain aging or blue brittleness, occurs in steels with imore»

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Method for suppressing the surface cracking in cold forging

A criterion to predict surface crack occurrence in cold forging was proposed, and a method for suppressing cracking in production lines was investigated for a typical cold-forged steel, AISI105. Tesmore»

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Method to improve straightness and remove torsion of uncoiled wires

Recently, straight and twist-free wires have been in high demand for various industries. However stocking wires in drums can cause the wires to have bends or twists. The purpose of this paper is to fmore»

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Methods of heating and cooling wire, Part I

Factors affecting quality, uniformity, finish and cost of the heating and cooling of wire are discussed. Uniform exposure and temperature of heating, and uniformity of cooling, are of primary importamore»

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