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Author: dr funda
Time: 01/07/00 09:17 PST
This is a reply to message no. 21 by chrisoreilly
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Annealing
Hi there,

The annealing temperatures for cold-worked coppers are well defined in the Metals Reference Book from ASM, but the annealing time and cooling schedules were not listed. However, annealing temperatures are typically held for 1~3 hours and the cooling methods don't make much difference in the final results for most cold-worked copper alloys.

Annealing temperature

C26000 : 425~750°C
C11000 : 250~650°C

Hope this helps,

eFunda Staff

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