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Deformation of Metals During Rolling

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by I. Ya. Tarnovskii & A. A. Pozdeyev & V. B. Lyashkov
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Deformation of Metals During Rolling by I. Ya. Tarnovskii & A. A. Pozdeyev & V. B. Lyashkov

Deformation of Metals during Rolling discusses the ductility of metal. The book explores the implication of the theory of flat cross section. The said theory explains that flat transverse-vertical cross-sections before deformation remain flat both in the zone of deformation and after rolling. Such theory has been accepted until some research appeared that opposed the basic view in the theory of rolling.
Another theory discussed is the theory of inhomogeneous deformation. The book focuses on the fundamental hypotheses of the mechanics of continuous media. It also covers topics such as the creation of model of deformation that closely resembles the real conditions of the rolling process and the determination of boundary conditions. A section in the book presents information on the degree of the deformation of metal during compression.
The text can be a good reference for industrial engineers and academic students doing research on the properties of steel and iron.

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Ebook Details
Pages: 340
Size: 35.3 MB
Publisher: Pergamon
Date published:   1965
ISBN: 9781483185101 (DRM-PDF)

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