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|Titolo:||Speed roll laws influence in a Ring Rolling process|
|Tutti gli autori:||GIORLEO, LUCA; CERETTI, ELISABETTA; GIARDINI, CLAUDIO|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2013|
|Abstract (eng):||Ring Rolling is a complex hot forming process used for the production of shaped rings, seamless and axis symmetrical workpieces. The main advantage of workpieces produced by ring rolling, compared to other technological processes, is given by the size and orientation of grains, especially on the worked surface which give to the final product excellent mechanical properties. In this process different rolls (Idle, Axial, Guide and Driver) are involved in generating the desired ring shape. Because each roll is characterized by a speed law that could be set independently by the speed law imposed to the other rolls an optimization is more critical compared with other deformation processes. Usually in industrial environment a milling curve is introduced in order to correlate the Idle and Axial roll displacement, however it must be underlined that different milling curves lead to different loads and energy for ring realization.In this work an industrial case study was modeled by a numerical approach: different milling curves characterized by different Idle and Axial roll speeds laws (constant, linear and quadratic) were designed and simulated. The results were compared in order to identify the best set of Idle and Axial roll speed laws that guarantee a good quality produced ring (lower fishtail) with lower manufacturing loads and energy.|
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