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|Title:||ffect of Prior-Heat Treatments on the Creep Behavior of an Industrial Drawn Copper|
|Keywords:||Copper, Creep, Drawn Wire, Heat Treatment|
|Abstract:||he effect of prior-heat treatments at 500℃, 600℃ and 700℃ on the creep behavior of an industrial drawn copper has been studied under constant stresses (98, 108 and 118 MPa) and temperatures (290℃ and 340℃). The results revealed that the creep behavior and the creep life of the material depend strongly on these prior-heat treatments. The apparent activation energy Qc for different creep tests of a drawn copper wire was calculated. The fracture mechanism of the material is characterized using optical microscopy. Link http://www.scirp.org/journal/PaperInformation.aspx?PaperID=25045#.U0uyklV5P78|
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