The Theoretical and Experimental Analyses of the Influence of Single Draft on Properties of Rope Wires / Analiza Teoretyczo-Doświadczalna Wplywu Wielkości Gniotu Pojedynczego Na Własności Drutów Liniarskich

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In the paper the influence of the value of a single draft on the properties of rope wires has been assessed. The drawing process of φ5.5 mm wire rod to the final wire of φ2.18 mm was conducted in 6, 11 and 17 drafts, by means of a block drawing machine with the drawing speed of 1.6 m/s. For the wires drawn with the medium single draft: 10.4%, 15.5% and 26.5% the investigation of mechanical-technological properties has been done, in which yield strength, tensile strength, elongation, contraction, number of twists and number of bands were determined. In order to explain the effect of value of a single draft on properties of rope wires, the fatigue strength, roughness and residual stresses of drawn wires have been also determined. In addition, the numerical analysis of the drawing process on the base of Drawing 2D in which distribution of redundant strain, effective strain, longitudinal residual stresses and temperature of drawn wires has been shown.

The theoretical-experimental analysis of drawing of rope wires have enabled the evaluation of optimal value of single drafts by which relatively the most advantageous and useful properties of wires can be used. The investigation has shown, that in manufacturing of rope wires small single draft in 10% range should be applied. It allowed to obtain products of good plasticity properties, low deformation inhomogeneity and residual stresses, high bending and fatigue strength.

The obtained data investigation can be applied while designing the production process of high carbon steel wires.

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