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Use of T-bars in shipbuilding has increased recently. Although T-bars having a web height of at least twice the flange width are generally required for ships, the dimensions of existing hot-rolled T-bars are not suitable. As a result, T-bars for ships are typically fabricated by welding two plates. To solve this problem, a new rolling method for T-bars using a universal mill and edger mill was investigated. Finite element analyses of universal and edger rolling were executed to investigate thedoi:10.1016/j.proeng.2014.09.149 fatcat:65o4ntqqsvesvgtg7qtqhk7z3e