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Control Technique for Edge-Seam Defect on Ferritic Stainless-Steel Surface
Journal of the Japan Society for Technology of Plasticity
The effects of the ridge length and angle of various convex anvils on the concave shape formed at the side of a lead plate after width pressing and the bulging deformation behavior that occurs during rolling were investigated experimentally using a lead model and three-dimensional FE analysis. The control of edge-seam defects was then studied under the condition of increasing of the amount of width pressing. On the basis of the results, it is clear that the concave depth at the slab sides candoi:10.9773/sosei.54.918 fatcat:ddik5wwyjbcnvh2wqrm3rmtggy