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width of a bloom equals its thickness, and the crosssectional area is greater than
36 in2. A further reduction by hotrolling results in a billet. The minimum cross
section of a billet is about 1J/2 by 1^ in. It should be noted that in nonferrous ...
width of a bloom equals its thickness, and the crosssectional area is greater than
36 in2. A further reduction by hotrolling results in a billet. The minimum cross
section of a billet is about 1J/2 by 1^ in. It should be noted that in nonferrous ...
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For a given set of rolling conditions, the rolling load varies with the final sheet
thickness according to the plastic curve This is essentially what would be
obtained by the solution of Eq. (178). The elastic curve for mill spring is
superimposed on ...
For a given set of rolling conditions, the rolling load varies with the final sheet
thickness according to the plastic curve This is essentially what would be
obtained by the solution of Eq. (178). The elastic curve for mill spring is
superimposed on ...
Page 681
A fiber at the mid thickness is stretched, and since this is the average fiber, it
follows that there must be a decrease in thickness (radial direction) at the bend to
preserve the constancy of volume. The smaller the radius of curvature, the
greater ...
A fiber at the mid thickness is stretched, and since this is the average fiber, it
follows that there must be a decrease in thickness (radial direction) at the bend to
preserve the constancy of volume. The smaller the radius of curvature, the
greater ...
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Introduction  3 
Elements of the Theory of Plasticity  72 
Plastic Deformation of Single Crystals  105 
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