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The Effect of Residual Stresses on the Coercive Field Strength of Drawn Wires

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Residual stresses occurring in drawn wires due to technological process affect their quality, which in turn may have a substantial impact on safety of use and "life" of ready-made products. Measurements of magnetic properties of the wires like coercive field strength may be useful for monitoring the level of residual stresses. The present paper examines the relationship between the drawing speed and the coercive field strength in high carbon wires. It has been found that for drawing speeds not exceeding 20 m/s the coercive field strength is proportional to residual stresses on wire surface.
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131
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4
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1114-1116
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2017-04
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