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      Copper wire rod; cold deformability; flow stress; tensile elongation; twist to failure

    • Abstract

       

      Investigations were done at dip-forming, contirod and SCR copper wire rods. These continuously cast and hot rolled copper wire rods (8 mm in diameter) were cold drawn in two drawing programmes (soft and hard drawn) to various diameters without any intermediate annealing. The results of influence of deformation and oxygen content on the flow stress, tensile elongation and number of twist to failure are given. Strength and strain hardening rates of hard-drawn wires always were higher than the soft-drawn wires. Oxygen effect on the ductility of copper wires measured with the tensile elongation and the number of twist to failure is not clear at large drawing prestrains.

    • Author Affiliations

       

      D Gusković1 D Marković1 S Nestorović1

      1. Technical faculty of Bor, University of Belgrade, Bor - 19210, Yugoslavia
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  • Bulletin of Materials Science | News

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