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cold-drawn

Descriptive of metal which has been drawn through a set of dies designed to reduce its cross-sectional area without heating the metal. The process is used in the fabrication of rod, tubing, and wire.
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Such a block morphology caused by cold-drawing would resemble a "chevron" morphology.
The data discussed above clearly show that cold-drawing an isotropic film induces high orientations.
Films of metallocene LLDPE with high orientations have been prepared in a two-step cold-drawing process in a pilot-scale MDO process.
No additional cold-drawing or plastic deformation was produced at this stage.
7 MPa (13,000 psi), respectively, until cold-drawing occurred.
The tendency for a polymer to show cold-drawing behavior was assumed to be related to the limiting strain, or the rubber elasticity component, of the polymer under the conditions of the test.
10 and 11, the cold-drawing behavior can be envisioned as follows.
Although the influence of the viscoelastic nature of the PC cannot be completely ignored, all the essential features of the true stress-strain response have been captured and should be applicable to other amorphous polymers that exhibit cold-drawing.
1) The cold-drawing behavior of polycarbonate has been explained from a material particle perspective.