Special Issue "Researches and Simulations in Steel Rolling"
A special issue of Metals (ISSN 2075-4701).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 June 2018)
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Adam Grajcar
Institute of Engineering Materials and Biomaterials, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Silesian University of Technology, 44-100 Gliwice, Poland
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Interests: advanced high-strength steels; high-strength low-alloyed steels; thermomechanical processing; hot rolling; hot-working phenomena; physical simulation; deformation of metals
Steel is the world’s most popular metal alloy. We can easily predict that this material will remain the most common metal alloy of the large-scale production in the 21st century; this is because steels are used in every part of the industry, beginning from low-carbon sheet steels for automotive applications, through structural steels for bridges, buildings, linepipes, ships, pressure vessels, etc., engineering steels, stainless steels, specialty steels, to tool steels. At the same time, most of the products are used as plates, sheets, bars, rods, wires, sections, and rails. All of them require rolling to form a semi-final product from a slab, billet, ingot, etc. Simultaneously to the dimention changes, a microstructure of the products is formed during subsequent casting, hot rolling and very often cold rolling. The advanced steels are usually produced in modern integrated technological lines to satisfy both high quality requirements and cost effectiveness. Physical and numerical simulations are effective tools, which enable to easily go from an experimental part of the research to an industrial reality.
This Special Issue will cover recent progress and new developments in researches and simulations in steel rolling including its all metallurgical and technological aspects. Researches and simulations on microstructure-property relationships of hot-rolled, thermomechanically processed and cold-rolled steels, as well as selected technological aspects of modern rolling mills for flat and long products and researches on gauge, profile, flatness, and surface quality inspection are covered.
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Adam Grajcar
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- steel rolling
- hot-rolling of steel
- cold-rolling of steel
- thermomechanical processing of steel
- physical simulation
- numerical simulation
- semi-industrial simulation
- modern rolling mills