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A Study of a Flying Touch Method to Reduce Slab Scratches in a Hot Rolling Process Using a Simulation System
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 Title & Authors
A Study of a Flying Touch Method to Reduce Slab Scratches in a Hot Rolling Process Using a Simulation System
Kim, Sung Jin; Kim, Hyun Hee; Yoon, Sung Min; Lee, Min Cheol;
 
 Abstract
In the conventional hot rolling process, the defects of products such as scratches occur due to impact and friction. Impact occurs as a result of the contact of between rollers and the slab. Also, friction occurs in the rolling process. To improve these defects, a variety of processes were developed. The flying touch method is also one of the processes to reduce defects and uses a movable upper roller. To use this unfixed roller, the impact and frictions between rollers and the slab should be minimized. This paper proposes a hot rolling process simulator to verify and test the efficiency of the flying touch method. The simulator was designed to verify the method. This paper also proposes a new impact reducing method and velocity synchronization method which are simulated to realize the method.
 Keywords
hot rolling;flying touch;simulator;slab scratch;synchronization;
 Language
Korean
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