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Author Lenard, John G.

Title Primer on flat rolling / John G. Lenard.

Publication Info. Oxford, England ; Waltham, Massachusetts : Elsevier, 2014.
2014

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Edition Second edition.
Description 1 online resource (428 pages) : illustrations (some color), photographs.
text txt rdacontent
computer c rdamedia
online resource cr rdacarrier
Series Elsevier insights
Elsevier insights.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references.
Note Print version record.
Contents Front Cover; Primer on Flat Rolling; Copyright Page; Dedication; Contents; Preface to the Second Edition; Advice for Instructors; Preface to the First Edition; Contributors; Acknowledgements; 1 Introduction; 1.1 The Flat Rolling Process; 1.1.1 Hot, Cold and Warm Rolling; 1.2 The Hot Rolling Process; 1.2.1 Reheating Furnace; 1.2.2 Rough Rolling; 1.2.3 Coil Box; 1.2.4 Finish Rolling; 1.2.5 Cooling; 1.2.6 Coiling; 1.2.7 The Hot Strip Mill; 1.3 Continuous Casting; 1.4 Mini-Mills (See Also Chapter 2); 1.5 The Cold Rolling Process; 1.5.1 Cold Rolling Mill Configurations.
1.6 The Warm Rolling Process1.7 Further Reading; 1.8 Conclusion; 2 History of Hot Strip Mills; 2.1 Hot Strip Mill Evolution; 2.2 Early Hot Strip Mills; 2.3 Early Steckel Mills; 2.4 Generation I Hot Strip Mills (USA); 2.5 Generation II Hot Strip Mills (USA); 2.6 Other Generation I and II Hot Strip Mills; 2.7 Generation III -- Coil Box Hot Strip Mills; 2.8 Thin Slab Hot Strip Mills; 2.9 Newer Generation II Hot Strip Mills; 2.10 Modern Steckel Mills; 2.11 Hot Mill Electrical Systems; 2.11.1 Power System; 2.11.2 Motors and Drive Systems; 2.11.3 Computer Control; 2.12 Hot Strip Mill Innovations.
2.13 Revamped Hot Strip Mills3 Roll Design; 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 General Overview; 3.3 Historical Development of Rolls for Rolling Mills; 3.4 Roll Wear; 3.5 Friction and Wear; 4 Flat Rolling -- A General Discussion; 4.1 The Flat Rolling Process; 4.1.1 Hot, Cold and Warm Rolling; 4.1.2 Mathematical Modelling; 4.1.3 The Independent and Dependent Variables; 4.2 The Physical Events Before, During and After the Pass; 4.2.1 Some Assumptions and Simplifications; 4.2.1.1 Plane-Strain Flow; 4.2.1.2 Homogeneous Compression; 4.3 The Metallurgical Events Before and After the Rolling Process.
4.4 Limitations of the Flat Rolling Process4.4.1 The Minimum Rollable Thickness; 4.4.2 Alligatoring and Edge-Cracking; 4.5 Conclusion; 5 Mathematical and Physical Modelling of the Flat Rolling Process; 5.1 A Discussion of Mathematical Modelling; 5.2 A Simple Model; 5.3 1D Models; 5.3.1 The Classical Orowan Model; 5.3.2 Sims' Model; 5.3.3 Bland and Ford's Model; 5.4 Refinements of the Orowan Model; 5.4.1 The Deformation of the Work Roll; 5.5 The Effect of the Inertia Force; 5.5.1 The Equation of Motion; 5.5.2 A Numerical Approach; 5.6 The Predictive Ability of the Mathematical Models.
5.7 The Friction Factor in the Flat Rolling Process5.7.1 The Mathematical Model; 5.7.2 Calculations Using the Model; 5.7.2.1 Cold Rolling of Steel; 5.7.2.2 Distribution of the Roll Pressure at the Contact; 5.8 Extremum Principles; 5.8.1 The Upper Bound Theorem; 5.9 Comparison of the Predicted Powers; 5.10 The Development of the Mechanical Attributes of the Rolled Strip; 5.10.1 Thermal-Mechanical Treatment; 5.10.1.1 Controlled-Rolling of C-Mn Steels; 5.10.1.2 Dynamic and Metadynamic Recrystallization Controlled Rolling; 5.10.1.3 Effects of Recrystallization Type on the Grain Size.
Summary Primer for Flat Rolling is a fully revised second edition, and the outcome of over three decades of involvement with the rolling process. It is based on the author's yearly set of lectures, delivered to engineers and technologists working in the rolling metal industry. The essential and basic ideas involved in designing and analysis of the rolling process are presented. The three components of flat rolling: the mill, the rolled metal and their interface are discussed and illustrated in detail. New processes are also mentioned; flexible rolling and accumulative roll-bonding.
Subject Rolling (Metal-work)
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING -- Technical & Manufacturing Industries & Trades.
Rolling (Metal-work) (OCoLC)fst01099690
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Other Form: Print version: Lenard, John G. Primer on flat rolling. Oxford, England ; Waltham, Massachusetts : Elsevier, 2014. Second edition. xvii, 405 pages Elsevier insights. 9780080994185
ISBN 9780080994185
0080994180
9780080994123 (e-book)
0080994121 (e-book)
Standard No. AU@ 000060935062
CHBIS 010295123
CHVBK 327766026
DEBBG BV042300125
DEBSZ 403351634
DEBSZ 43158298X

 
    
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