Information Symposium: Measurement and Control Techniques in Rolling covers the proceedings of the 1981 Information Symposium on Measurement and Control Techniques in Rolling, held in Luxembourg, sponsored by the Commission of the European Communities. This book is organized into five parts encompassing 25 chapters that assess the impact of research and development on steel-making technology. The opening part presents an overview of the developments in the rolling mill technology and measuring instruments. The next part discusses the requirements and advances in the reheating processes in rolling mills, with a special emphasis on the conditioning of the steel in preparation for the recrystallization and transformation process to obtain the desired mechanical properties of the product. This part also examines the non-destructive testing techniques for internal and surface defects determination in steel. The third part of this text tackles the progress made in the rolling of long products, particularly in rod, merchant bar, and medium and heavy section rolling lines. The discussion then shifts to various research programs sponsored by the European Economic Community that have made a number of practical contributions to solving problems in the field. The concluding part focuses on the condition monitoring approach to maintenance and the development of monitoring techniques. This book is of great benefit to steel researchers, designers, engineers, and manufacturers.
I. General Introduction Opening Address by the Chairman Rolling Technology: Present State and Tendencies Measurements and Testing in Rolling: Current State and Trends Quality Requirements for Rolled Products II. Reheating and Inspection of Semi-Finished Products Chairman Development of the Reheating Process and Its Applications in View of New Priorities Non-Destructive Testing of Semi-Finished Products Discussion III Long Products Introduction by the Chairman The Rolling of Long Products: Development and Trends Community Research Regarding Measurement and Tests of Long Hot-Rolled Products Discussion IV. Flat Products (Hot and Cold Rolled) Introduction by the Chairman Surface and Quality Inspection in the Rolling of Strip and Plate Improvements in Economics and Quality in Hot Rolling of Strip and Plate: Status and Results of ECSC Funded Research Projects Cold-Rolling Research Done with Financial Help from the European Community Discussion V. Maintenance Introduction by the Chairman Development of Plant Condition Monitoring Techniques and their Application Discussion VI. Final Session Chairman Possible Developments in Rolling Techniques in the Future Present and Future Measurement and Testing Requirements in Rolling Mills Closing Address List of Participants
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- © Butterworth-Heinemann 1982
- 27th October 1982
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