Analysis of the Heating of Steel Wires During High Speed Multipass Drawing Process/ Analiza Nagrzewania Się Drutów Stalowych W Procesie Ciągnienia Wielostopniowego Z Dużymi Prędkosciami

Open access

Abstract

The analysis of the heating of the wire including theoretical studies showed that in the multistage drawing process a increase drawing speed causes intense heating of a thin surface layer of the wire to a temperature exceeding 1100°C, which should be explained by the accumulation of heat due to friction at the interface between wire and die. It has been shown that with increasing of drawing speed the heated surface layer thickness measured at the exit of the wire from the dies is reduced significantly and at drawing speed of 25 m/s is equal to about 68 μm. The decrease in the thickness of this layer can be explained by a shorter time of heat transfer to the wire, which causes additional heat accumulation in the surface layer. Thus fivefold increase in drawing speed caused an approximately 110% increase in the temperature in the surface layer of the wire. Experimental studies have shown that the increase of drawing speed of 5 to 25 m/s will increase the temperature of the wire after coiled on the spool more than 400%.

[1] M. Suliga, Analysis of the multipass steel wire drawing with high speed in conventional and hydrodynamic dies (Analiza wielostopniowego ciagnienia drutów stalowych z duzymi predkosciami w ciagadłach konwencjonalnych i hydrodynamicznych - in Polish), monograph No. 32. Czestochowa University of Technology, Publishing House of the Faculty of Process and Materials Engineering and Applied Physics, Czestochowa University of Technology: Czestochowa (2013).

[2] T. Knych, M. Piwowarska, P.Uliasz, Studies on the Process of Heat Treatment of Conductive AlZr Alloys Obtained in Various Productive Processes, Archives of Metallurgy and Materials 56, 3, 685-692 (2011).

[3] M. Suliga, The influence of the high drawing speed on mechanical-technological properties of high carbon steel wires, Archives of Metallurgy and Materials 56, 3, 823-828 (2011).

[4] M.Suliga, The influence of high drawing speed on the process parameters in manufacture of high carbon steel wires. Steel Research International, Special Edition, Proceedings of the 14th International Conference on Metal Forming, METAL FORMING 2012, Akademia Górniczo-Hutnicza, Kraków, Poland, 16_19 September, 491-494 (2012).

[5] J. Łuksza, Sadok, Wybrane zagadnienia z ciagarstwa, Skrypty Uczelnianie 1025, Kraków (1986).

[6] J. Łuksza, Elementy ciagarstwa, Wydawnictwo AGH, Kraków (2001).

[7] K. Helmetag, R. Carlone, G. Kirsch, Thermal behavior in solid wiredrawing lubricants, Wire Journal International, January, 67-69 (2006).

[8] M.T. Hillery, V.J. M c Cabe, Wire drawing at elevated temperatures using different die materials and lubricants. Journal of Materials Processing Technology 55, 53-57 (1995).

[9] G.W. Rowe, Lubrication in the drawing of steel wire, Wire Industry, April, 229-236 (1978).

[10] A. Milenin, P. Kustra, Numerical and Experimental Analysis of Wire Drawing for Hardly Deformable Biocompatible Magnesium Alloys, Archives of Metallurgy and Materials 58, 1, 55-62 (2013).

[11] M. S Schneider, Ciagnienie stali, Panstwowe Wydawnictwa Techniczne, Katowice (1954).

[12] Z. Steininger, Wtrącenia struktury bezpostaciowego martenzytu powstałe wskutek tarcia w drutach stalowych, Centralne Laboratorium Przemysłu Wyrobów Metalowych, praca habilitacyjna, Zabrze, (1969).

[13] B. Golis, J.W. Pilarczyk, F. Knap, Wybrane zagadnienia z teorii i praktyki ciagnienia, Cz. 5. Ciagnienie drutów stalowych niepokrytych, Politechnika Czestochowska, Czestochowa (1995).

Archives of Metallurgy and Materials

The Journal of Institute of Metallurgy and Materials Science and Commitee on Metallurgy of Polish Academy of Sciences

Journal Information


IMPACT FACTOR 2016: 0.571
5-year IMPACT FACTOR: 0.776

CiteScore 2016: 0.85

SCImago Journal Rank (SJR) 2016: 0.347
Source Normalized Impact per Paper (SNIP) 2016: 0.740

Metrics

All Time Past Year Past 30 Days
Abstract Views 0 0 0
Full Text Views 99 95 10
PDF Downloads 60 57 7