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|Titolo:||Flow, Thermal and Microstructural Analysis during Cast Rolling of Steet in In-line Strip production precess|
|Autori interni:||MAPELLI, CARLO|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2004|
|Rivista:||STEEL RESEARCH INTERNATIONAL|
|Abstract:||A mathematical model was developed to describe the in-line hot rolling deformation and recrystallization behaviour of austenite after the solidification on a thin slab casting plant. The most significant features of the cast rolling process were taken into consideration: through-thickness thermal gradients, inhomogeneous stress and strain, temperature discontinuity between the strip and the rolls. A HSLA (High Strength Low Alloy) steel has been chosen to perform the experiments of cast rolling. The characteristic constants ruling the microstructural evolution of that steel were computed and integrated into the computational module which manages the structural stress-strain and strain rate computation. The developed approach is based on the Navier-Stokes' equations which were used to compute the speed field in the strip during the deformation. Then a model providing a proper constitutive equation was structured on the basis of the Yada's model based on evolution of the dislocation populations. The use of the Navier-Stokes' formalism allows to reach the resolution of the structural problem from the data measured easily during the industrial practice (i.e. speed of the rolled product at the entry and at the exit of a stand, the temperature of the rolled material). The validation of this computational approach was obtained by a comparison between the prior austenite grain size of the strip in different positions of the hot rolling process, as well as by a comparison between the computed deformation power and the measured one provided by the engines moving the rolls.|
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