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Improving Windability of Magnet Wire
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TOPIC: Improving Windability of Magnet Wire

Improving Windability of Magnet Wire 2 years, 3 months ago #743

How can the wind-ability of magnet wires be improved . What factors affect it ? How to improve abrasion resistance and adherence property of magnet wires ?

Re: Improving Windability of Magnet Wire 2 years, 3 months ago #744

There has been so much written on these subjects, I thought best to give you a starting spot.

Wire Journal International Magazine

- Guidelines for Successful Enamel Film Coating of Fine Wire by George L. Stewart, June 1983

- Importance of the Conductor and Control of its Properties for Magnet Wire Applications by Horace Pops, April 1993

- Speed Effects in Magnet Wire Drawing by Roger N. Wright and Gil Baker, October 1993

- Current Trends in Wire Enamelling Systems by Richard E. Burke, November 1997

- High Performance Magnet Wires by Gregory G. Kiproff and Ronald J. Beeckman, June 2004


Wire Technology International Magazine

- In-Line Viscosity Control, November 1994

- Improving Enamelling Quality, by Ing. Antonio Spizzamiglio, September 1998

- Understanding the Adhesion Mechanisms of Enamel on Copper in Winding Wires by J. Fournier and L. Danel, November 2000

- Improved Production Control for Enameled Wire by Andras Mariasevic, March 2002


For background you may also want to read:

Electrical Insulating Varnishes: An Overview by Daniel R. Sassano in the IEEE Electrical Insulation Magazine, November/ December 1992-Vol. 8 No. 6

Kindest regards,

Peter Stewart-Hay
Principal
Stewart-Hay Associates
www.Stewart-Hay.com

Re: Improving Windability of Magnet Wire 2 years, 3 months ago #745

where can I get these publications ?

Re: Improving Windability of Magnet Wire 2 years, 3 months ago #746

Wow, 11 weeks later.

For The Wire Journal International magazine papers, go up to the Wire Associational International, Inc. home page ( www.wirenet.org/ ) and click on the "Technical" button. Once there, do an "Abstract Search" or search the "Technical Archives". You must be a member of course.

For The Wire & Cable Technology International magazine papers, go to their home page ( www.wiretech.com/index.html ) and contact them for reprints. You should also subscribe to this magazine. It is free for those in the industry.

For the IEEE Electrical Insulation Magazine go to the web site (
www.ieee.org/organizations/pubs/magazines/ei.htm ) and contact them to see if you can get a copy of the
article.

Your local University Engineering Library may as well have these magazines.

Kindest regards,

Peter Stewart-Hay
Principal
Stewart-Hay Associates
www.Stewart-Hay.com

Re: Improving Windability of Magnet Wire 2 years, 3 months ago #747

Note that the Wire Journal is free to qualified readers as well as the Wire & Cable Technology (you can sign up at their websites). As far as I know you do NOT need to be a member of the WAI in order to purchase previously printed articles or technical papers. You do get a discount if you are a member.

Erik Macs
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Re: Improving Windability of Magnet Wire 2 years, 3 months ago #748

Thanks for the extra commercial information Eric. I was not aware that the WAI magazine is being given free to qualified individuals. I do appreciate your input! After paying for membership for over 30 years, getting the WAJ for free never even crossed my mind.

Regarding your second comment though, you might notice that I suggested the person do his/ her own search as follows:

"Once there, do an "Abstract Search" or search the "Technical Archives". You must be a member of course."

That cannot be done without first logging in as a member.

Kindest regards,

Peter Stewart-Hay
Principal
Stewart-Hay Associates
www.Stewart-Hay.com
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