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Very careful calorimeter measurements are required to measure the small
amounts of energy stored by cold-working. The major part of the stored energy is
due to the generation and interaction of dislocations during cold-working.
6-15 ANNEALING OF COLD-WORKED METAL The cold-worked state is a
condition of higher internal energy than the undeformed metal. Although the cold-
worked dislocation cell structure is mechanically stable, it is not
COLD-WORKING As was shown in Sec. 6-13, cold-working of a metal results in
an increase in strength or hardness and a decrease in ductility. When cold-
working is excessive, the metal will fracture before reaching the desired size and
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