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Roughness and micro pit defects on surface of SUS 430 stainless steel strip in cold rolling process
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 Title & Authors
Roughness and micro pit defects on surface of SUS 430 stainless steel strip in cold rolling process
Li, Changsheng; Zhu, Tao; Fu, Bo; Li, Youyuan;
 Abstract
Experiment on roughness and micro pit defects of SUS 430 ferrite stainless steel was investigated in laboratory. The relation between roughness and glossiness with reduction in height, roll surface roughness, emulsion parameters was analyzed. The surface morphology of micro pit defects was observed by SEM, and the effects of micro pit defects on rolling reduction, roll surface roughness, emulsion parameters, lubrication oil in deformation zone and work roll diameter were discussed. With the increasing of reduction ratio strip surface roughness Ra(s), Rp(s) and Rv(s) were decreasing along rolling and width direction, the drop value in rolling direction was faster than that in width direction. The roughness and glossiness were obtained under emulsion concentration 3% and 6%, temperature and , roll surface roughness $Ra(r)
 Keywords
stainless steel;cold rolling;lubrication;roughness;micro pit defects;
 Language
English
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