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Development of lead- and arsenic-free copper stock for electrical conductors via the electrowinning process

Elevated levels of impurities such as lead and arsenic are generally considered to be detrimental for electrical conductor’s quality aspects such as conductivity and drawability. Traditional electrowmore»

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Development of magnesium alloy fine wire by cold drawing and fabrication of microscrew

A technique for obtaining the magnesium alloy AZ31, AZ61 fine wire by cold drawing is examined to obtain wires with high strength quality and surface morphology, while decreasing production cost. Inmore»

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Development of PVDF for use in Limited Combustible fiber optic cables

New PVDF products were developed using flame-retardant technologies developed for the copper cable industry, but were later modified to accommodate the specific needs of a fiber optic cable product.more»

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Development of steels for automotive electrical parts with low electric power

Recently, the demand for a soft magnetic steel, which can generate a large electromagnetic force with low electric power, has increased in the growing area of electronically controlled parts for automore»

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Development of steels for high-strength bolts with excellent delayed fracture resistance

0A steel for high-strength bolts of a strength class over 12.9, which have excellent delayed fracture resistance, has been newly developed. It offers increased fracture toughness and decreased hydrogmore»

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Development of Type 204 Cu stainless, a low-cost alternate to Type 304

This presentation discusses the research effort that led to the development of Type 204 Cu stainless. To achieve lower cost than Type 304, nickel content was nominally reduced from 8.5 to 2.5 percentmore»

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Development of ultra high-strength wire for offshore applications

This paper describes the recent collaborative work between Corus and Bridon, which has culminated in the development of the next generation of high-strength wire for such diverse applications as moormore»

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Development of Zn-11%Al-2%Mg coated steel wire with excellent corrosion resistance and formability

This paper shows the effect of a magnesium addition to a zinc-11 mass percent aluminum-3 mass percent alloy for coating. It examines the effects on the corrosion resistance, workability, and mechanicmore»

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Developments in casting technology improve copper rod quality

Supplying wiredrawers with rod which would leave no room for material-related breaks is the ultimate goal of all quality-conscious copper rod producers. Recent improvements in continuous casting techmore»

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Developments in submarine communication cables.

The history of submarine communications cable, the necessary physical and electrical requirements for various uses, the requirements for and uses of repeaters, methods of operation and testing, and tmore»

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Diameter gauge offers insight for Structural Return Loss (SRL) applications

Manufacturers of telecommunications products like Category 5, CATV, and high-bandwidth products have a difficult time maintaining cable quality due to Structural Return Loss (SRL). Beta Instrument'smore»

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Diameter gauges and control systems for wire extrusion lines

Goal of wire line control - ..operator vs feedback control .ramping up and down.minimum fluctuation of diameter .SPC - Control of wire line speed - Control extruder screw RPM - Wall thickness - Tandemore»

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Die design and wiredrawing—understanding the relationship between die specifications and wiredrawing

This paper stresses the importance of understanding the relationship between die specifications and how they relate to the wiredrawing process. Die design is one of the five fundamental components thmore»

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Die design for better performance.

The carbide die, its grades, specifications and maintenance procedures are briefly examined, along with die nomenclature, and 'R' series, in order to examine industry trends toward tighter die anglemore»

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Die design for fluorinated lubricants

The introduction of the new perfluorinated lubricants raised the question of die design compatibility for drawing both ferrous and nonferrous wire. The literature contains many methods for the designmore»

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Die designs for larger diameter wire

Drawing larger diameter wire can cause many problems with traditional die designs. Current carbide nibs do not provide enough height to allow the use of proper drawing angles for most reductions takemore»

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Die management in the wiredrawing industry

Wiredrawing dies are one of the most vital and critical parts of the wiredrawing industry. For drawing quality wire at the lowest die cost per ton of wire drawn, proper selection, maintenance, and inmore»

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Dielectric response measurement as diagnostic tool for power cable systems

Increase in moisture is a common source of deterioration of insulation properties and premature aging of an oil-paper insulated system. This paper presents preliminary results of dielectric responsemore»

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Dieless drawing of steel

The dieless drawing concept involves the stretching of a rod between capstans driven at different speeds, with the elongation not exceeding the uniform, or necking elongation. Such elongations are enmore»

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Digital high-speed FFT analysis at high-bandwidth cable and advantages of the use of FFT in other extrusion processes

The implementation of an FFT analysis at the production of foam-insulated high-frequency cables (CATV cables) becomes more important due to increasing quality requirements. This paper describes new dmore»

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Direct cooling of wire

A technique for the direct quench cooling of high carbon wire to 160~C developed by GKN Somerset is presented. Speed increases of up to 100% have been obtained without any decrease in mechanical propmore»

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Direct-patented high strength steel wire rod strengthened by silicon

Nippon Steel Corporation has developed a new direct patented wire rod (NLP), on the basis of fundamental research into the effects of alloying elements, especially silicon as a substitutional solid smore»

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Disposal methods for wiredrawing emulsions

This paper is an overview of the various methods for properly disposing of water soluble emulsions relative to the wiredrawing industry. A cost analysis of the various options will be included as welmore»

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Disposal of spent copper drawing lubricants

Copper wire is normally drawn and annealed with emulsions or solutions containing over 90 percent water. A generation ago, the disposal of these spent lubricants and coolants received little attentimore»

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Dosing systems and mixing techniques in cable extrusion for efficient production

This paper examines dosing, gravimetric dosing, and efficient production achieved both with and without process change. It shows how new liquid material formulations like Silan and Peroxid can be appmore»

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Double-twist bunching technology for copper and aluminum wires

Double-twist bunching machines are used to produce many constructions of copper wires and aluminum wires. The constructions that are produced include flexible con- ductors, 7-strand rigid, 19-strandmore»

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Dr. Stewart’s memories

Approximately one hundred years ago, Dr. Charles Stewart of Easton, Pennsylvania began to record a series of reminiscences about the family-owned, water-powered, wire company that he had managed in tmore»

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Draw dies—key elements in wiredrawing

The die tends to wear gradually with abrasion, and a combination of abrasion and adhesion results in variable friction conditions and acceleration of failure. Monitoring die behavior and timely reconmore»

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Drawability of copper fire refining in a multiwire at high speed

In recent years, a broad investment program has given La Farga experience in the technology of drawing FHRC rod and ETP standard rod. Nowadays a large quantity of FRHC copper rod is drawn to 0.25 mmmore»

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Drawing and processing of titanium wire.

Titanium wire production is discussed. Its uses and the history of its development are presented, along with a description of various phases of production. Some problems encountered during drawing ofmore»

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Drawing high carbon wires: A comparison between theoretical analysis and actual experience on a multipass line with efficient high heat exchange capstans

In drawing high carbon steel wire it is essential, for the quality of both the process and the final product, to be able to effectively cool the material being processed. It is known that the heat exmore»

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Drawing induced structural and mechanical anisotropy

The 2009 Mordica Lecture presents an overview of the variety of structural evolutions and texture formations in drawing metals with face-centered cubic (fcc), body-centered cubic (bcc), and fcc- viz.more»

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Drawing of shape-memory alloy wire and development of easy-release screw

In this study, the authors developed an easy-release screw, which comprises a shape-memory alloy washer and screw. It was determined that the release temperature of the shape-memory alloy washer predmore»

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Drawing quality aluminum wire.

The production of aluminum wire (including drawing, lubricants, dies, heat treatment, packaging and shipping) is described. The focus of this article is a variety of steps throughout the processing omore»

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Drawing stainless steel microwire of 400 to 600 µm

Micro-shaped wiredrawing such as round-to-hexagon and round-to-square drawing has been investigated based on the results of experiments and FE-simulations. Optimization for reduction per pass and diemore»

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