Thermal-Mechanical Modelling of the Flat Rolling Process [electronic resource] / by Maciej Pietrzyk, John G. Lenard
- Materials Research and Engineering
- 1 Introduction -- 2 Material Properties and Interfacial Friction -- 2.1 Resistance to Deformation -- 2.2 Friction in the Flat Rolling Process -- 3 One-Dimensional Models of Flat Rolling -- 3.1 Conventional Models -- 3.2 Refinement of the Conventional Models -- 3.3 Comparison of Mathematical Models of Flat Rolling -- 3.4 Further Substantiation of the Predictive Capabilities of One- Dimensional Models -- 4 Thermal-Mechanical Finite-Element Modelling of Flat Rolling -- 4.1 Rigid-Plastic Finite-Element Method -- 4.2 Heat Transfer -- 4.3 Results of Computations -- 4.4 Experimental Substantiation of the Model’s Predictions -- 4.5. Role of the Heat Transfer Coefficient -- 5 The Role of the Shape Coefficient in Modelling of the Flat Rolling Process -- 5.1 Correlation between the Shape Coefficient and Load Parameters -- 5.2 The Effect of the Shape Coefficient on Strain and Strain Rate Distributions -- 6 Conclusions -- References -- Author Index.
- Flat rolling is considered to be one of the most important and most widely used metal forming processes. This book emphasizes the importance of mathematical simulation of this process in the light of the ever in- creasing need for quality improvements through automation. Mathematical models of the hot, warm and cold rolling processes are discussed, compared and critically evaluated. Engineers in the steel industry will find this book particularly useful in their everyday work.
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