IMPACT OF WATER REMAINS ON A HOT ROLLED PLATE AFTER COOLING

Abstract

In situations when a sheet metal plate with large dimensions is rolled, the water remains from cooling can be observed on the top site of the plate. This paper is focused on the deformations of the hot rolled sheet metal plate which are caused by the water remains after cooling. A transient finite element simulation was used to describe a shape deformations of a metal sheet cross profile. The finite element model is fully parametric for easy simulation of multiple cases. The results from previous work were used for boundary conditions. The effect of gravitation was observed. The paper should provide an information if it is necessary to install blowing system in rolling process.

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