Using the Properties of One-Sheeted Hyperboloid in Rolls of Sheet Mill Stands

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A new technical solution reducing the widthwise thickness variation of a rolled strip is presented. This solution is the use of cylindrical work rolls mounted so that their longitudinal axes cross. The backup rolls have the form of a one-sheeted hyperboloid. Their longitudinal axes are perpendicular to the rolling axis.

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work rolls backup rolls strip crossing of rolls axes one-sheeted hyperboloid 

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  1. 1.Istok ML CompanyMoscowRussia

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