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cold-drawn

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(Metallurgy) (of metal wire, bars, etc) having been drawn unheated through a die to reduce dimensions, toughen, and improve surface finish
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Typical cold-drawing methods for subject merchandise include, but are not limited to, drawing over mandrel, rod drawing, plug drawing, sink drawing and similar processes that involve reducing the outside diameter of the tubing with a die or similar device, whether or not controlling the inside diameter of the tubing with an internal support device such as a mandrel, rod, plug or similar device.
Raji NA, Oluwole OO (2011) Influence of degree of cold-drawing on the mechanical properties of low carbon steel.
Its facilities include a continuous mandrel mill, finishing facilities and a cold-drawing plant.
Under certain controlled conditions, cold-drawing causes the lamellae to separate, resulting in voids in the inter-lamellar regions, which are held in place by crystallization of the tie chains.
For years, design and manufacturing engineers have been using cold-drawing techniques to significantly cut size, weight, and costs by using small-diameter metal tubular parts in a variety of applications ranging from medical to aerospace.
Stress-whitening occurs in many crystalline polymers when they undergo cold-drawing.
Stress-whitening occurs in many crystalline polymers when they are subjected to cold-drawing at atmospheric pressure and at room temperature.
The deformation of polycarbonate by shear banding at a notch tip was found to be very similar to that obtained by cold-drawing of polycarbonate (1).