Sheet Rolling Under Maximum Friction Conditions
Up to the present, only a comparatively small number of works in which attempts are made to construct the complete solution of the problem of rolling thick sheets have been published [1-5]. In addition, the bibliography on approximate solutions is quite extensive. If the thickness of a sheet is small in comparison with the projection of the arc of contact on the axis of symmetry (thin sheet), the application of a unidimensional scheme gives good agreement with experimental data. However, in the case of a thick sheet, it is desirable to construct the complete solution.
KeywordsSlip Line Sheet Rolling Thick Sheet Discontinuity Line Rolling Moment
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