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Prediction of Steady-state Strip Profile during Hot Rolling - PartⅠ: FEM Analysis
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 Title & Authors
Prediction of Steady-state Strip Profile during Hot Rolling - PartⅠ: FEM Analysis
Lee, J.S.; Hwang, S.M.;
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 Abstract
Precise prediction and control of the strip profile is crucial for automatic process set-up and operation of a hot strip mill. In the current study, we present the effect of post-deformation on the steady-state strip profile. The process was simulated by a 3-D elastic-plastic finite element (FE) analysis. Comparisons are made between the strip profile measured at the roll exit and the steady-state strip profile. The results raised an issue with regard to the importance of taking into account the effect of post-deformation.
 Keywords
Strip Profile;Residual Stresses;Finite Element Method;Hot Strip Rolling;Steady-state;Post-deformation;
 Language
Korean
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