Use of the software deform 2D to model the process of rolling with vibration of the top work roll
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Results are presented from computer modeling of the rolling of aluminum strip with vibration of the top work roll. Data which are obtained show how vibration of the deforming tool affects variations in the thickness of the product that is being rolled.
Keywordswork-roll vibration computer modeling Deform 2D rolling mill longitudinal variation of thickness rolled product finite-element analysis
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