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Copper rod requirements for magnet wire

The requirements for copper rod used for magnet wire, for which no specifications currently exist, are summarized. Various measurements are charted, with corresponding ranges of values and comments bmore»

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Copper rod rolling lubricants--The effect of quench characteristics on roll performance

This technical paper demonstrates the relationship between soluble copper rod rolling lubricant quench characteristics, and their effect on rolling mill roll performance. It looks at the emulsion-coomore»

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Copper shaft furnace melting and charging: A new approach

Few successful attempts have been made to optimize heat transfer in the copper melting shaft furnace since its development in the early 1960s. Encore Wire, Ltd. The efficiency of one 25-foot tall vermore»

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Copper wire breaks: an update

Scanning electron microscopy and 3D photography are used to evaluate super fine and ultra fine copper wire breaks. Metal flow characteristics of the fracture area are distinguished by observing the dmore»

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Copper wire failure classification methodology based on rod and wire manufacturing processes

Demand for higher quality rod/wire products necessitates an advance and practical wire failure classification technique. This paper presents a classification methodology based on rod and wire manufamore»

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Copper wiredrawing lubricants tribology, chemistry, and technology

Lubricity improvers, extreme-pressure additives and friction modifiers are the most effective tribological weapons in the war against wear. In the last few years considerable efforts have been made tmore»

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Correlation between surface defects of bar copper wire and faults in magnet wire

The magnet wire used in most electric or electronic devices is manufactured by applying varnish as an insulating material on the drawn copper or aluminum wire. If there is bad adhesion between metalmore»

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Correlation between the flaw size and distribution of pre and post prooftest level of draw abraded fiber

The mechanical reliability of single mode optical fiber is determined by the presence of surface flaws, such as atmosphere particles during drawing operations, that can cause abrasion damage. Prooftmore»

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Correlation of surface quality subsurface quality and fine generation analysis

Subsurface analysis is often necessary to understand wire surface quality evolution. The fine generation process also influences both surface and subsurface quality (and vice versa). Techniques for smore»

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Corrosion mechanism of brass-coated steel cords for tires

The attempt is to clarify the mechanisms govening corrosive attack by environmental elements.

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Cost reduction using SPC: A management overview

More and more customers are defining quality as the degree of variation about a target. Management must take a leadership role in providing the philosophy and the education that will create a culturemore»

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Costs and benefits of highly efficient wire cleaning by ultrasound: a case study

This paper analyzes the effects of changing wire cleaning from conventional methods to highly efficient ultrasonic cleaning. It is intended to evaluate development of this technology from an economicmore»

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Creep and relaxation of high strength steel wires at room temperature

The results of studies on relationships between creep, relaxation and strain of high strength steel wire are presented. The results are of use for improving the physical properties of wire.

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Creep behavior of aluminum wire affects performance of ACSR cable

A series of tests on the creep behavior of aluminum wire used in ACSR cable are described. The results from experiments on wire produced by differing methods indicate that wires drawn from Properzi rmore»

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Creep of nickel, copper and nickel-copper alloys.

The results of an investigation of creep rate of nickel, copper, and nickel-copper alloys are presented. Creep resistance was highest for the nickel-copper alloys. The influence of creep rate on elonmore»

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Criteria for the prevention of filament wire breaking during the fabrication of multifilamentary composite superconducting wire

This study establishes guidelines for the design of the superconductor and of the pass-reduction practices that will lead to the fabrication of high quality, defect-free superconducting wire in a repmore»

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Criteria of central bursting – experimental verification

Different criteria of central bursting during steel wiredrawing were verified using equations from the nomograms of Avitzur, Wright, and Yoshida. These criteria were calculated and verified by microsmore»

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Critical annealing temperatures of brass wire

The relationships between elongation, tensile strength and annealing temperature of brass wire are illustrated. The effects of chilling and the causes of brittleness are described. The practical applmore»

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Critical evaluation of full lock coil ropes in cage and skip winders in a uranium mine based on nondestructive observation

In order to prevent accidents, wire ropes must be evaluated by proper nondestructive methods. Periodic in-situ measurement of faults is useful to determine the effects of various parameters on rope lmore»

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Critical factors in the establishment or upgrading of a fabric reinforcement factory

This paper will examine the critical factors to consider when establishing a new factory for steel reinforcement fabric “mesh” or upgrading an existing one. The need for exactly defining market objecmore»

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Crosslinkable polyethylene for wire and cable: an update.

Advantages gained by employing crosslinked polyethylene in cable insulation open the article. Technologies used in the production of XLPE, inclusive of peroxide crosslinking, radiation crosslinking,more»

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Cryogenic tempering: where do we go from here?

A new technology called cryogenic tempering is discussed. Cryogenic tempering is a process in which a metal is quenched in liquid nitrogen at -300 degrees F (-149 degrees C) after heat treatment. Tmore»

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Crystallographic texture in drawn wires: measurement, modeling, and effect on mechanical properties

The 2012 Mordica Memorial Lecture begins with a short introduction on the theory of crystallographic textures—what they are and how they can be measured and represented, with specifics for drawn wiremore»

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Current technologies for the control of zinc in high-speed galvanizing and galvanizing

Current galvanizing lines and the more frequent use for galfan require wiping technologies that combine a predetermined coating and very high flexibility in implementation. This paper will present prmore»

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Cutting edge gauging solutions: From the hot rolling mills, to wiredrawing, to wire and cable processing

This paper will examine the trends in gauging for all application segments of wire and cable processing. The paper will start with new solutions and trends for hot steel and metal mills to measure tmore»

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Data acquisition: A quality asurance tool

Changing quality requirements in the copper rod industry has caused increased interest in data acquisition. These changing quality requirements has increased the need for SPC information using real-more»

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Deblasting: A new technology for scale removal of hot-rolled steel rod

Deblasting to remove scale from rod combines bending, descaling and shot blasting in a single wheel machine. The process reduces operating costs related to energy, maintenance and consumables, whilemore»

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Decarburization and scale formation

Annealing experiments performed on three grades of open-hearth steels of wire rod grades C 1045, 1065, and 1085 are described. Carbon amounts given off during annealing, degree of scale formation, efmore»

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Decarburization-free and soot-free batch-annealing with automated atmosphere

RAD-CON, Inc., is presenting results from leading edge technology that accurately controls atmosphere for sub-critical annealing of drawn wire and wire rod. The paper presents the benefits of this nemore»

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Decoding codes, standards, and fire safety markings

Without analytical scrutiny, it is impossible to know the properties—such as combustibility and smoke generation—of materials composing cable jackets, insulation, spacers, conductors, and other compomore»

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Decrease in residual stresses in drawn wire and rod

This paper discusses the stress in drawn wire after it leaves the drawing die and is coiled on the drawing drum. It demonstrates that the decisive influence on residual stress is exerted by non-unifomore»

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Defects in small-diameter, ultra high-strength wire for tire cord and saw wire applications

Fine wire defects in saw wire and steel tire cord are generated during two operations: rod manufacture and product conversion. The lowest-risk wire rod is produced by Japanese steelmakers. The highesmore»

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Deformation behavior of round wire in compression using cylindrical tool and analysis of width spreading in flat rolling

In order to clarify the deformation behavior of spreading in flat rolling, the compression of round wire using a cylindrical tool was carried out. In the region of compressive deformation, the materimore»

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Degradation of winding insulation under partial discharge

The electric stress from fast front repetitive pulse voltages on the winding insulation in a pulse width modulated (PWM) inverter driven induction motor is much more severe than that from conventionamore»

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Demerit grading system: a description of quality tests for copper rod

A quantitative measuring system where surface defects and physical test data for copper rod are assigned a numerical value (demerit) is described. Demerit criteria include surface quality, twist testmore»

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