Rev. Met. Paris
Volume 99, Number 7-8, July-August 2002Laminage à chaud et à froid
Lignes aval de l'usine à froid
|Page(s)||639 - 646|
|Published online||25 October 2002|
New-generation crown and flatness set-up model for hot mills
A fast-computing model for crown and flatness in hot strip rolling and plate rolling has been developed based on steady-state elastic-plastic finite element simulations and an elastic buckling analysis. A single, geometry-independent tuning coefficient needs to be identified for each steel grade family. As a result, the model can be efficiently tuned to production mills. Implementation into the set-up environment “CID” of the SOLLAC Méditerranée hot strip mill is presented.
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