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  • Hot rolling and rolling defects

    1. Hot rolling and rolling defects: 1.1 Front and back tensions: We have seen that the rolling load is dependent on roll diameter, higher the roll dia, higher the roll force. Similarly, smaller reductions requires lower roll force. In order to reduce the roll force, we can reduce roll diameter, or reducing the friction.

  • Difference Between Hot and Cold Rolled Steel | Metal ...

    Sep 11, 2014 · Hot rolled steel involves rolling the steel at high temperatures, where cold rolled steel is processed further in cold reduction mills where the material is cooled followed by annealing and/or tempers rolling. Hot Rolled Steel. Hot rolling is a mill process which involves rolling the steel at a high temperature (typically at a temperature over ...

  • An Overview of Forging Processes with Their Defects

    various forging defects. Initially, some important forging terms that are widely used in this field are discussed. A brief description about classification of forging process on the basis of temperature of work piece (hot, cold, and warm forging) and on the basis of arrangement of dies (open, impression and closed-die forging) is given.

  • What is Hot Rolling? - Definition from Corrosionpedia

    The hot metal is passed between two rolls to flatten it, lengthen it, reduce the cross-sectional area and obtain a uniform thickness. Hot-rolled steel is the most common product of the hot rolling process, and is widely used in the metal industry either as an end product or as raw material for subsequent operations.

  • Quality Improvement in Finished Cold Rolled - IJSER

    imize the defects in cold rolling products. In the present work internal customer ship is divided among the whole process flow. Slab is the customer of reheating furnace, Reheated Slab is the customer of the Hot rolling mill, Hot rolled product is the customer of Cold rolling mill and cold rolled product is

  • rolling defects of after machined metals - TechMiny

    The rolling defects are mainly two types. Surface rolling defects; Internal structural rolling defects. They are main category of rolling defects. Surface defects: Surface defects are provided from impurities and inclusion in the material surface, roll marks, dirt, rust and other cause related to prior treatment and working of metal.