Publication detail

In-Line Heat Treatment and Hot Rolling

RAUDENSKÝ, M. HORSKÝ, J. HNÍZDIL, M. KOTRBÁČEK, P. POHANKA, M.

Original Title

In-Line Heat Treatment and Hot Rolling

English Title

In-Line Heat Treatment and Hot Rolling

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

In-line heat treatment of rolled materials is becoming increasingly used at hot rolling plants. The advantage of this method is the achievement of required material structure without the necessity of reheating. This paper describes a design procedure for cooling sections for the purpose of obtaining the required structure and mechanical properties. The procedure is typically used for the cooling of tubes, rails, long products and plates.An experimental stand designed for the study of cooling steel samples has been built at the Brno University of Technology. The stand comprises a movable trolley containing a test sample which moves under the spray at a given velocity. Sensors indicate the temperature history of the tested material. This experimental stand enables simulation of a variety of cooling regimes and evaluates the final structure of tested samples. The same experimental stand is also a tool for use in the design of cooling sections in order to find the required heat treatment procedure and final structure. Examples of the cooling of rails and tubes are given in the paper.

English abstract

In-line heat treatment of rolled materials is becoming increasingly used at hot rolling plants. The advantage of this method is the achievement of required material structure without the necessity of reheating. This paper describes a design procedure for cooling sections for the purpose of obtaining the required structure and mechanical properties. The procedure is typically used for the cooling of tubes, rails, long products and plates.An experimental stand designed for the study of cooling steel samples has been built at the Brno University of Technology. The stand comprises a movable trolley containing a test sample which moves under the spray at a given velocity. Sensors indicate the temperature history of the tested material. This experimental stand enables simulation of a variety of cooling regimes and evaluates the final structure of tested samples. The same experimental stand is also a tool for use in the design of cooling sections in order to find the required heat treatment procedure and final structure. Examples of the cooling of rails and tubes are given in the paper.

Keywords

heat treatment,hot rolling, in-line cooling, heat transfer, experiment

RIV year

2010

Released

27.10.2010

ISBN

978-0-7354-0871-5

Book

International conference on advances in materials and processing technologies (AMPT2010)

Edition

1

Edition number

1315

Pages from

563

Pages to

568

Pages count

6

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT35119,
  author="Miroslav {Raudenský} and Jaroslav {Horský} and Milan {Hnízdil} and Petr {Kotrbáček} and Michal {Pohanka}",
  title="In-Line Heat Treatment and Hot Rolling",
  annote="In-line heat treatment of rolled materials is becoming increasingly used at hot rolling plants. The advantage of this method is the achievement of required material structure without the necessity of reheating.
This paper describes a design procedure for cooling sections for the purpose of obtaining the required structure and mechanical properties. The procedure is typically used for the cooling of tubes, rails, long products and plates.An experimental stand designed for the study of cooling steel samples has been built at the Brno University of Technology. The stand comprises a movable trolley containing a test sample which moves under the spray at a given velocity. Sensors indicate the temperature history of the tested material. This experimental stand enables simulation of a variety of cooling regimes and evaluates the final structure of tested samples. The same experimental stand is also a tool for use in the design of cooling sections in order to find the required heat treatment procedure and final structure. Examples of the cooling of rails and tubes are given in the paper.",
  booktitle="International conference on advances in materials and processing technologies (AMPT2010)",
  chapter="35119",
  edition="1",
  howpublished="print",
  year="2010",
  month="october",
  pages="563--568",
  type="conference paper"
}