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Rolling Process Lubrication Principles, Techniques and Applications Second editionPublished: 2010 Edition Introduction This book closely combines rolling principles and processes and lubrication principles and effects, and discusses the rolling process lubrication theory system, related technologies and application areas. The relationship between friction, wear and lubrication during rolling is explained in detail, and the composition type, action mechanism and influence of rolling process lubricant on rolling process are discussed, including the latest rolling lubrication theory, such as mixed lubrication, Boundary lubrication and rolling surface roughening, in order to guide the correct use of process lubricants and ensure the process lubrication effect. The book lists the application of process lubrication technology in the rolling production of steel and non-ferrous metals, as well as existing problems and solutions. In addition, the circulation filtration and environmental protection of the process lubrication system are also introduced. This book tries to reflect the new results, new technologies and new fields of rolling process lubrication research for more than 20 years, in order to promote the application of process lubrication technology in the rolling process. This book can be read by technicians engaged in the research and application of process lubricants and technicians engaged in the production of sheet metal strips, or as a training material. It can also be used as a bachelor's degree in metallurgy, machinery, material processing, petrochemical engineering, etc. Teaching reference books for students and graduate students.
table of Contents
1 Introduction
1.1 Friction and wear characteristics during rolling
1.1.1 Characteristics of friction during rolling
1.1.2 Factors affecting friction
1.1.3 Wear during rolling
1.1.4 Factors Affecting Wear
1.2 The role of process lubrication in the rolling process
1.2.1 Development process of rolling process lubrication
1.2.2 Role of rolling process lubrication
1.3 Rolling process lubrication and energy saving and environmental protection
1.3.1 Energy saving and consumption reduction
1.3.2 Environmental protection references
2 Plate and strip rolling principle
2.1 Rolling deformation area and related parameters
2.2 Stuck-in and stable rolling of rolling parts during rolling
2.2.1 Rolled-in bite conditions
2.2.2 Stable rolling
2.2.3 improvements biting
2.3 rolling process for metal
2.3.1 with the slide after the slide
2.3.2 calculate the forward slip and influencing factors
2.3.3 broadened and its influencing factors
2.4 rolling pressure, rolling torque and power
2.4.1 rolling pressure
2.4.2 The influence of friction on the rolling pressure
2.4.3 The minimum rollable thickness
2.4.4 rolling torque of the main motor power
2.5 continuous rolling
2.5.1 Rolling basic features
2.5.2 Effect on the rolling friction stability References
3 rolled products and processes
3.1 rolled product variety, use and technical requirements
3.1.1 flat steel products
3.1.2 Non-ferrous metals and their alloys
3.2 Hot-rolled steel plate and strip
3.2.1 Hot Rolling Process of Medium and Heavy Plate
3.2.2 Hot rolling process of thin strip
3.3 Cold rolled steel strip and process
3.3.1 Cold rolling process characteristics
3.3.2 Cold rolling process
3.3.3 Cold rolling process of typical strip steel
3.4 Production of non-ferrous metal sheet and foil
3.4.1 Ingot
3.4.2 Hot rolling
3.4.3 Cold rolling
3.4.4 Heat treatment of billets and products
3.5 Plate and Strip Rolling Mill
3.5.1 Types of strip mills
3.5.2 References for new rolling mills
4 Rolling process lubricants
4.1 Basic functions of rolling process lubricants
4.2 Oil-based lubricants
4.2.1 Mineral oil
4.2.2 Animal and vegetable oils
4.2.3 Synthetic oil
4.3 Emulsions
4.3.1 Emulsifier
4.3.2 Composition of emulsion
4.3.3 Preparation of emulsion
4.3.4 Performance of Emulsions
4.4 Solid lubricants
4.4.1 Graphite
4.4.2 Molybdenum disulfide
4.4.3 Other solid lubricants
4.4.4 Solid Nanoparticles
4.5 Physical and Chemical Properties of Lubricants and Their Evaluation
4.5.1 Viscosity
4.5.2 Density
4.5.3 Flash point
4.5.4 Pour point and freezing point
4.5.5 Distillation range
4.5.6 Acid value
4.5.7 Iodine value
4.5.8 Water-soluble acids and bases
4.5.9 Saponification value
4.5.10 Moisture
4.5.11 Ash
4.5.12 Residual carbon:
4.5.13 Mechanical impurities
4.5.14 Sulfur content
4.5.15 Aromatic content
4.5.16 Corrosive
4.6 Rheology of lubricants
4.6.1 Relationship between viscosity and pressure of lubricating oil
4.6.2 Relationship between Lubricant Viscosity and Temperature
4.6.3 References for the relationship between lubricant density, pressure and temperature
5 Additives in rolling process lubricants
5.1 Classification of additives
5.2 Action mechanism of additives
5.2.1 Antioxidants
5.2.2 Oily Agent
5.2.3 Extreme Pressure Agent
5.2.4 Rust inhibitor
5.2.5 Detergent dispersant
5.2.6 Antiseptic fungicide
5.3 Effect of additives and influencing factors
5.3.1 Temperature effect
5.3.2 Types of additives
5.4 Common additives for rolling process lubricants
5.4.1 Rolling emulsion
5.4.2 Rolling oil
5.4.3 Analysis and determination of additives
5.5 Environmentally friendly lubricants
5.5.1 Cleaner Production
5.5.2 References for environmentally friendly lubricants
6 Process lubrication theory
6.1 Rolling lubrication state
6.1.1 Fluid lubrication
6.1.2 Mixed lubrication
6.1.3 Boundary lubrication
6.1.4 Identification of lubrication status
6.2 Fluid lubrication
6.2.1 Analysis of rolling deformation area
6.2.2 Model calculation and analysis
6.2.3 Experimental results
6.3 mixed lubrication
6.3.1 The average flow equation
6.3.2 rolling mixing factor proposed
6.3.3 Calculation and inlet film thickness of the experimental results
6.3.4 mixed lubrication deformation zone
6.4 Boundary lubrication
6.4.1 boundary adsorbed film is formed
6.4.2 boundary lubrication model
6.4.3 adsorbed film lubrication mechanism
6.5 Plastic lubricating rolling roughened metal surface
6.5.1 Metal deformation and surface roughening
6.5.2 lubrication rolling surface roughening
6.5.3 References for control of surface roughening during rolling
7 Lubrication application of steel rolling process
8 nonferrous metal foil strip lubrication rolling process
Process 9 lubrication system with a lubricant management means
Evaluation method 10 indexed term rolling process lubricant lubricating effect

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