Structure and mechanical properties of copper alloyed with boron
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Intermediate annealing of ingots, forgings, and especially strips improves the mechanical properties and grain refining of copper alloys with 0.01–0.03% B.
Intermediate homogenizing annealing of forgings lowers the initial softening temperature of cold-rolled strips of the alloy with ∼0.01% B from 200–300 to 150°C.
KeywordsCopper Mechanical Property Boron Copper Alloy Intermediate Annealing
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