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Rolling engineering publishing time: 2010 edition series edited items: Introduction to modern rolling technology series. Everyone who is engaged in rolling engineering knows that the rolling theory learned during college is only an analysis of the rolling process from a mechanical point of view, that is, energy. , Deformation, and kinematics parameters, while the craft class is basically described empirically. This situation is far from meeting the requirements of technicians engaged in modern rolling engineering. "Rolling Engineering" is written on the basis of undergraduate education for those who continue to engage in rolling production and technical work, which can help readers solve the problems of modern rolling engineering. The book comprehensively and systematically introduces the knowledge of plastic machining, process preparation, technical simulation, raw material logistics, quality control, etc. that technical personnel in rolling engineering should master. In the preparation, the boundaries of traditional plates, tubes, and shapes were broken. For example, the production plan was introduced by focusing on the most complicated—stiffened hot-rolled strip production. The accuracy of the products is not typical of seamless tube wall thickness. Introduce, readers can solve other problems in the other aspects.
Introduction Introduction Chapter 1 Basic Concepts of the Rolling Process
1.1 Simple (ideal) rolling process model
1.1.1 Bite conditions
1.1.2 Rolling deformation, kinematics and mechanical conditions
1.2 Factors affecting the rolling process and three typical rolling situations
1.2.1 Influencing factors of rolling
1.2.2 Three typical rolling situations
1.3 The first type of factors affecting rolling
1.3.1 Factors Affecting Metal Deformation Resistance
1.3.2 Theory and Hypothesis of Metal Deformation Resistance (Mathematical Simulation)
1.3.3 Determination of deformation degree, deformation speed and deformation temperature during rolling
1.4 The second type of factors affecting rolling-external friction and external zone
1.4.1 External friction
1.4.2 The role of the outer zone Chapter 2 Theoretical basis for the calculation of rolling parameters
2.1 Comprehensive System of Plastic Machining
2.2 Relationship between strain and stress
2.3 Basic Laws of Plastic Machining
2.3.1 Law of conservation of mass
2.3.2 momentum conservation law
2.3.3 energy conservation law
2.4 Physical property equation of plastic working
2.4.1 Yield conditions
2.4.2 Relationship between strain and stress
2.4.3 rolling process rheology
Boundary Value Problems of continuum mechanics 2.5
Plastic working method for solving problems 2.6
2.6.1 principle of virtual work, and the vertical maximum plastic work principle bound theorem
2.6.2 Plastic variational principle
The theoretical basis of the method for solving mechanical problems Chapter 3 2.6.3 rolling process and equipment design strength
3.1 rolling pressure
3.2 Rolling pressure calculation
3.2.1 Section Method
3.2.2 Calculation other rolling pressure
3.3 on the improvement of the rolling force calculation accuracy problems
3.3.1 accuracy
3.3.2 closely combined with production to establish the theoretical basis of the model in Chapter 4 of the device structure design
4.1 two-roll mill rolls Mechanical Analysis
4.1.1 Force analysis of roll system under simple rolling
4.1.2 Direction of force acting on the roll
4.2 Force analysis of four-high rolling mill roll system
4.2.1 Analysis of the force of the roller system under the driving of the work roller
4.2.2 Analysis of rolling stability and calculation of offset
4.2.3 Force analysis of the roller system under the condition of driving the supporting roller
4.2.4 Side bending and slip of work roll
4.3 Force analysis of the roll system of a multi-roll mill
4.3.1 Force analysis of the twelve-roll mill
4.3.2 Force Analysis of Rolling System of Partial Eight Roll Mill
4.4 Simplified method of force analysis of roller system Chapter 5 Theoretical basis of electrical design of equipment
5.1 Torque required for driving rolls
5.2 Rolling moment
5.2.1 Calculating rolling moment from rolling force
5.2.2 Determine rolling moment according to energy consumption
5.2.3 Influence of factors such as tension and roll flattening
5.3 Rolling power
5.3.1 Theoretical calculation method
5.3.2 Additional torque
5.3.3 Dynamic torque
5.3.4 Load diagram
5.3.5 Determining power from the energy consumption curve
5.4 Unit energy consumption curve Chapter 6 Theoretical basis for equipment stiffness design and thickness control
6.1 Rolled elastic-plastic curve
6.1.1 Plasticity curve of rolled products
6.1.2 Elasticity curve of rolling mill
6.1.3 Rolled elastic-plastic curve
6.2 Rolling mill adjustment diagram
6.3 Establishing method of rolling elastic-plastic curve
6.3.1 Mill stiffness
6.3.2 Calculation of stiffness coefficient K
6.3.3 Calculation of plasticity coefficient M
And a thickness of 6.4 AGC control equation
6.4.1 thickness control equation
6.4.2 Thickness Control Program
The minimum rollable thickness 6.5
Rolling vibration of 6.6 - another form of elastically deformable rolling mill
Cold rolling mill with vibration 6.6.1
6.6.2 Calculation of vibration frequency of the mill
6.6.3 Experimental Study of vibration and productive research Chapter 7 of the theoretical basis of rolling dynamic process control
7.1 Rolling Tension
7.1.1 Zhang Ligong derivation formula
7.1.2 Rolling Tension Analysis
7.2 forward slip
Front and rear sliding carriage 7.2.1 Representation
Factors affecting slip before 7.2.2
7.2.3 pass of forward slip
7.3 Rolling integrated features and process simulation
7.3.1 influence coefficient method
7.3.2 direct calculation method
7.4 fully continuous rolling theory
7.4.1 Gage Change Process
Mathematical modeling of dynamic specifications 7.4.2 Transformation
7.5 Rolling mechanical model
7.5.1 mechanical equations
7.5.2 rolling kinematic equations
7.5.3 rolling physics equations
Theoretical basis of starting conditions and boundary conditions 7.5.4 in Chapter 8 of the pass design and width control
The flow of metal rolled 8.1
8.1.1 stress and strain distributions along the rolling section assumption
8.1.2 rolling stress established by visual method the plastic strain fields
8.1.3 rolling along the longitudinal direction of the uneven deformation
8.1.4 stress distribution when rolling along the rolling strip width
8.2 deforming the end of the blank
8.3 Definition and geometric description pass
8.3.1 Classification of pass
8.3.2 Composition of pass
8.3.3 configuration pass
8.4 in the hole in the metal flow calculation and modification
Pass rolling deformation characteristics 8.4.1
8.4.2 Calculation of spread
Theoretical Basis Chapter 8.4.3 9 deformation coefficient shape control
9.1 Geometric deviation strip Product Description
9.1.1 strip defining the cross-sectional shape
9.1.2 defining the shape of the strip
9.1.3 Relations with the plate-shaped extending
9.1.4 Flatness representation
9.2 shape factors affect the basics of theory
D Theories 9.2.1 rolling force
9.2.2 inhomogeneous deformation of the rolling stock and its impact on the plate-shaped
9.2.3 tensile stress at the time of rolling
9.2.4 residual stress of the rolling stock
9.2.5 elastically deformable roll
Calculation of the roll thermal camber rolling 9.2.6
Theoretical knowledge base 9.3 shape control
9.3.1 bending technology
9.3.2 roller shaft shifting technique
9.3.3 changing roll crown
9.4 shape simulation and analysis of the flatness problem
9.4.1 determining plate-shaped product - a plate-shaped Equation
9.4.2 Effect on the shape of the rolling element
9.4.3 Control and shape control effect
9.4.4 Mathematical lateral stiffness and geometric description
9.5 shape comprehensive management
9.5.1 Integrated Management Strategy shape
9.5.2 Diagnostic Products
9.5.3 Accuracy of raw materials
9.5.4 each step of the plate-shaped control theory Chapter 10 process specification developed
10.1 basics of optimization technology
10.1.1 co-ordinate and process optimization
10.1.2 Linear Programming
10.1.3 Dynamic Programming
10.1.4 uncertain planning
10.2 Optimum parameters
10.2.1 selection work roll diameter
10.2.2 rolling speed selection
10.3 Process scheme optimal choice
10.3.1 Select pass system
10.3.2 system optimization process
10.3.3 optimization technology application examples
Chapter 11 10.4 theoretical basis of the fundamental principles of technical rules established by the rolling process simulation
11.1 rolling system
11.1.1 modern rolling a giant system
Analysis 11.1.2 rolling system
Mathematical characteristics 11.2 rolling production systems and simulation
11.2.1 Philosophical Thinking about non-deterministic
The basic principles of discrete event simulation methods 11.2.2
11.2.3 discrete event simulation methods
11.2.4 discrete event simulation language
11.3 rolling Logistics
11.3.1 Logistics Basics
Logistics characteristics 11.3.2 rolling production
11.4 Rolling Production Logistics System Simulation
11.4.1 billet continuous casting - rolling (CC-CR) Logistics System Simulation
11.4.2 Broadband casting - rolling (CC-CR) Logistics System Simulation
11.4.3 "drawing on - disk pull" a small copper tube production logistics system simulation Chapter 12 Rolling production operation management of key technologies
12.1 Production and Operations Management and Management System
12.1.1 Production Operation Management System
12.1.2 Production Planning
12.1.3 the preparation of metallurgical production planning, implementation and control
12.2 metallurgical integrated production - billet hot charging technology
12.3 operations planning
12.3.1 smelting - casting - rolling integrated production planning and control difficulty
12.3.2 smelting - casting - rolling integrated operational plan preparation
12.4 smelting - casting - rolling work plan of integration of dynamic change
Stability Analysis 12.4.1 Integrated Production System
12.4.2 metallurgical integrated production system to adjust the plan to develop the online strategy
12.5 evaluation work plan analysis
12.5.1 smelting - casting - rolling simulation model of integrated production systems
12.5.2 smelting - casting - rolling integrated production system simulation results
12.5.3 simple analysis
12.6 Production Analysis
12.6.1 problems caused by market demand
12.6.2 equipment failure and production operations
12.6.3 Production Management status
12.6.4 inventory
12.6.5 Comprehensive yield
12.7 explore and exploit information
12.7.1 use the information in question
Example 12.7.2 using information
12.7.3 training simulators and virtual laboratory key technologies Chapter 13 product quality management and control
13.1 Product Quality
13.1.1 Quality requirements
Relations 13.1.2 product accuracy and cost
13.1.3 geometric precision product standards
13.2 Quality Management
Description 13.2.1 Development of quality management
13.2.2 Total Quality Management
13.2.3 method to achieve total quality management
13.2.4 Quality Management mathematical tools
13.3 Plate Plant Quality Management System
13.3.1 collaborative management of product quality
13.3.2 Plate Plant Quality Management System
Management and control processes and product defects 13.4
13.5 Quality Control
13.5.1 Quality Control goal
13.5.2 no target value of quality control
13.5.3 seamless steel pipe wall thickness uneven analysis
13.5.4 seamless steel pipe wall thickness accuracy of the theoretical basis of Chapter 14 of the control performance prediction and control
14.1 metallurgy and alloy design factors
The main role of alloying components 14.1.1
14.1.2 chemical composition, the relationship between microstructure and properties
High-temperature thermodynamic process of hot-rolled 14.2
14.3 thermomechanical treatment and control rolling
14.3.1 Type austenite to ferrite
14.3.2 controlled rolling three stages of change austenite grains
Design of rolling process parameters 14.3.3 Control
14.4 Rolling performance prediction and control
14.4.1 performance prediction model
14.4.2 metallurgical model
14.4.3 thermal model
14.4.4 Performance Prediction System Reference

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