Some experimental investigations regarding wire-drawing

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by , British Iron and Steel Institute
Statement[by] C.-O. Von Hofsten and E. Lindstrand.
SeriesB.I.S.I. Translation Service -- no.1331
ContributionsLindstrand, E.
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Temperature effects on wire-drawing process: Experimental investigation. In the present investigation, an industrial multipass drawing machine is used in order to measure the drawing force and the temperature values corresponding to different speeds varying between 1 and 7 m/s.

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