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 ENG  Vol.3 No.4 , April 2011
Cambering of Four High Cold Mill with the View of Reducing Roller Ends Contact and Preventing Complex Waves
Abstract: Based on lots of field experiments and theoretical research, fully thinking the equipment and production craft characters of four high cold mill, a new cambering scheme for four high cold mill is advanced in this paper. This scheme considered the need of production of multi-specification products, as well as the control of roller ends contact. The most homogeneous transverse distribution of front tension is the control target and the homogeneous pressure distribution between rollers is the constraint condition. In this technology, working roll curve adapt the combination of cosine curve and high order curve, backup roll adapt the combination of cosine curve, straight line and high order curve. The cosine subentry of working roll and the high order curve subentry are used to control edge wave, the high order curve subentry of working roll is used to control the roll contact, the cosine subentry of backup roll is used to reduce the center wave. That’s the features of this technology. On-site testing shows that the new cambering and combination can not only manage the complex waves of normal four high cold mill effectively, but also will reduce the contact between roller ends and minish roll consumption. This technology has created economic benefits for enterprises.
Cite this paper: nullZ. Bai, H. Si, X. Shi and Q. Zhou, "Cambering of Four High Cold Mill with the View of Reducing Roller Ends Contact and Preventing Complex Waves," Engineering, Vol. 3 No. 4, 2011, pp. 359-363. doi: 10.4236/eng.2011.34040.
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