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The construction and use of patenting control charts.

The use of patenting control charts using dilatometric and hardness measurements to relate the transformational properties of steel to the endproduct tensile strength of lead-patented wire is reviewemore»

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The construction of a submarine interconnection between Sardinia and the Italian mainland (SA.PE.I.)

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The continuous annealing process for aluminum and aluminum alloy wires

The annealing process of aluminum and aluminum alloys has traditionally been a challenge for wire processors. Many technical difficulties prevented inline annealing, forcing the producers to batch anmore»

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The continuous extrusion forming (Conform) of round aluminum conductor

Research on the use of the Conform continuous extrusion forming process for production of aluminum conductor at Westinghouse Electric Corp is described. Equipment used, feedstock, tooling, operationmore»

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The continuous heat treatment of wire using fluidized beds.

Continuous heat treatment of wire using fluidized beds eliminates environmental pollution associated with molten lead or salt baths and results in energy savings. The principle of gas fired fluid bedmore»

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The corrosion of silver-plated copper wire

Corrosion of silver-plated copper wire was analyzed to determine the probable cause. Chemical analyses, metallurgical analyses, silver-copper cell measurements, and suggested corrosion mechanisms aremore»

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The development of dual phase steels for the manufacture of high strength fasteners without heat treatment

Recently, Corus has developed a steel which can be used for 8.8-type strength applications without the requirement for final quenching and tempering, offering significant cost savings. Corus has achimore»

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The development of PCD/SCS die materials and their impact on wiredrawing practices

Polycrystalline diamond (PCD) wire die blanks were introduced into the wire die industry by General Electric in 1974. Within the next five years Sumitomo Electric and DeBeers also began to produce PCmore»

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The development of pictorial standards for grading the degree of rusting on steel wire rods and wire products

This paper presents the development of pictorial standards for classifying the degree of rusting on steel wire rods and wire products. It also discusses the application of visual standards as a toolmore»

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The development of properties and structure of precipitation-hardened Al-Mg-Si alloy during continuous casting and rolling by the Continuus-Properzi method

Nowadays, commonly used feedstock to produce self-supporting overhead conductors is precipitation-hardened Al-Mg-Si alloy wire rod, obtained in a continuous casting and rolling line, e.g. Continuus-Pmore»

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The development of wire rope, Part III

Factors important in the development of wire rope, and pointcontact versus line contact between the wires of a strand arediscussed. Techniques for preforming wire ropes are described. Theimpact of wimore»

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The double-cascade-quench (DCQ) method of patenting high-carbon steel rod

A brief description and history of patenting is presented, followed by a description of the newly developed Double-Cascade-Quench (DCQ) method of patenting high carbon steel rod. The method includesmore»

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The drawability of low carbon steel wire

Experiments were conducted to determine how the ductility of low carbon wire rod is affected by elements which are not intentionally added to steel. An eight die wire drawing machine was stopped, anmore»

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The effect of annealed vs. non-annealed boron treated steel on cold headers

The object of this paper is to compare the actual cold-forming properties- and the effect of the material on the cold former -of boron grade 10B21 steel in a total of four conditions: two conditionsmore»

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The effect of boron on the properties of electric arc sourced plain carbon wiredrawing qualities

Electric arc sourced wire rod is being used increasingly in areas in which basic oxygen (BOS) steels have been the traditional feedstock. In order to overcome the presence of higher residual and nitrmore»

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The effect of cast structure on the production of EC redraw rod for magnet wire

The grain structure of continuously cast EC aluminum has a great impact on the warm fabrication of 9.5-12mm redraw rod in a Properzi rolling mill. Adequate grain refinement of the structure improvesmore»

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The effect of drawing temperature on the properties and annealing response of copper wire

Heat is generated in the “cold” drawing of copper wire, and drawing temperatures in the 200-300<sup>°</sup>C range are plausible. Experimental isothermal drawing passes in the 20-250<sup>°</sup>C ranmore»

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The effect of eccentricity phenomena on mutual capacitance in copper telecommunication cables

Eccentricity phenomena pose a significant problem in the design of copper telecommunication cables. These phenomena have no effect on some electrical characteristics, but do on others, such as mutualmore»

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The effect of flaw removal on billets and wires in rolling and drawing

In this paper, billet and wire that have traces formed during flaw removal were subjected to rolling and drawing to investigate the behavior of deformation and the recovery of the flaw-removal tracesmore»

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The effect of patenting variables on the structures and properties of patented rod - Part 3

The conclusion of a three part series on the effect of lead patenting variables on steel rod structure and properties covers the austenitizing parameters for optimum microstructure. Descriptions of 5more»

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The effect of patenting variables on the structures and properties of patented rod. Part 2

The effects of patenting variables on the metallurgical structure and properties of patented steel rod are discussed. Variations in time at austenitizing temperature, double treatment austenitizationmore»

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The effect of prior austenite grain size on fatigue strength in C and Si-enriched valve spring wire

The recent development of lightweight yet high output automotive engines, has led to the development of valve spring wire with high fatigue strength. Sumitomo developed C and Si-enriched OT wire thatmore»

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The effect of silicon and aging on mechanical properties and fracture response of drawn high-strength pearlitic steel wire

Wires with patented and cold drawn pearlitic microstructures and strength levels of 1950 MPa and 2250 MPa were made from steel containing 0.9 wt pct C and either 0.23 wt pct Si or 1.30 wt pct Si andmore»

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The effect of solidification rate on the properties of Al-Fe-Co (Super T) conductor alloy

Differences in microstructure and mechanical properties of Al-Fe-Co (Super T) alloy rod caused by solidification rate are reported. Rapidly solidified alloys result in wire products with improved mecmore»

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The effect of thermal expansion of dies on dimensional accuracy in drawn bar and wire

This paper focuses on the effect of thermal expansion of the die diameter during drawing of bar and wire. It was found that as the temperature of the die increased, the diameter of the bar also incremore»

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The effect of U.V. curable secondary buffers on the strippability of commercially available fibers

During the last ten years, ultraviolet curable coatings have delivered a number of application benefits to manufacturers of optical glass fiber. These coatings have also served to enhance the performore»

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The effects of deformation and annealing conditions on theflexibility of Cu wire

It is required for enamelled wire to have good flexibility determined by recrystallization behavior. The factors affecting the recrystallization behavior are impurities, rod production parameters anmore»

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The effects of impurities on the recrystallization behavior of tough-pitch hot rolled copper rod

This paper describes the effect of most common low concentration impurities on the recrystallization of hot rolled copper rod. A model based upon chemical analysis used to predict the annealabilitymore»

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The electrodeposition of high-strength nanocrystalline metals and alloys as a means to augment the performance of electrical conductors

This paper presents an introduction to electrodeposited nanomaterials and how they can be used for structural reinforcement and weight reduction purposes. Key properties such as strength, ductility,more»

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The evolution of lubricant recovery for dry draw operations

Lubricant purification removes contaminants, leaving behind the lubricant that has not yet been consumed. The "Envirotec Purification System" has been developed to the point where it is beginning tomore»

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The evolution of wiredrawing coolant filtration and increased wire quality and production

Extremely competitive international market conditions for all wire products demand a high-priority review of existing and future production installations. Coolant condition directly affects wire prodmore»

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The evolving technology of steel rod manufacturing--a personal perspective

This presentation by the 2002 Mordica Memorial lecturer, which traces advances he has seen and been part of during his 30-plus years in the industry shows the value in not letting standard beliefs homore»

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The FEM simulation of wire fracture phenomena during multi-pass drawing

In this study, FEM analysis of a drawing process was performed with two FEM codes, one developed by Milenin and the other by Gautham, et al. The risk of fracture in a deformation zone has been estimamore»

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The first robots--an archival approach covering the period 1840-1870

In the three decades preceeding the American Civil War and the formation of the Dominion of Canada, new markets created a need for longer lengths of wrought iron wire than had been produced previouslmore»

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The future of wire drawing

This paper discusses developments in the application of hard metals in metal working. It addresses hard metal in the production of wiredrawing dies; the system of using hard metal nibs with modular dmore»

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