The sandwich rolling of thin hard strip

Abstract

The fact that the clad is discarded usually in practice makes the sandwich rolling process economically unattractive except for the production of thin sheets of very expensive metals. It is desirable therefore that the clad material should be cheap and easily recoverable. Plastic appears to satisfy these requirements and the possibility of using it as a clad was briefly considered. It was concluded that a considerable reduction in the roll force and torque can be achieved by carefully selecting the process parameters, the most significant being the clad-sandwich thickness ratio, the clad-matrix hardness ratio, and the frictional conditions at the clad-matrix interface. The results of experiments involving the use of plastic clads were encouraging and further work is necessary in this direction.

Divisions: College of Engineering & Physical Sciences > School of Engineering and Technology > Mechanical, Biomedical & Design
Additional Information: © Ademola Adeniyi Afonja, 1969. Ademola Adeniyi Afonja asserts their moral right to be identified as the author of this thesis. This copy of the thesis has been supplied on condition that anyone who consults it is understood to recognise that its copyright rests with its author and that no quotation from the thesis and no information derived from it may be published without appropriate permission or acknowledgement. If you have discovered material in Aston Publications Explorer which is unlawful e.g. breaches copyright, (either yours or that of a third party) or any other law, including but not limited to those relating to patent, trademark, confidentiality, data protection, obscenity, defamation, libel, then please read our Takedown Policy and contact the service immediately.
Institution: Aston University
Uncontrolled Keywords: sandwich rolling,hard strip
Completed Date: 1969-10
Authors: Afonja, A.A.

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