3D Finite Element-based Study on Skin-pass Rolling - Part II : Development of the Model

3차원 유한요소법에 기초한 조질 압연 공정 해석 - Part II : 모델 개발

Yoon, S.J.;Hwang, S.M.

  • Received : 2015.11.30
  • Accepted : 2016.01.21
  • Published : 2016.04.01


Although the finite element method is a good tool to analyze skin-pass rolling, it is hard to be applied in the field because of its long calculation time. In the current study, simple numerical models were developed for the prediction of roll force and residual stress profiles along the strip width. These models are based on finite element analysis and a coupled solution of Sims’ equation and Hitchcock’s formula. The results indicate that plastic strains can be represented as in simple equations of the deformed roll profile and the initial thickness of the strip.


Skin-pass Rolling;Residual Stress;Roll Force Profile;Plastic Deformation;3-D Finite Element Method


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