Publication detail

Nonhomogeneous cooling effect on metallurgical structure of material

ONDROUŠKOVÁ, J. POHANKA, M.

Original Title

Nonhomogeneous cooling effect on metallurgical structure of material

English Title

Nonhomogeneous cooling effect on metallurgical structure of material

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

The article describes the experiment with nonhomogeneous cooling of flat steel product. The measured data are processed and boundary conditions such as heat transfer coefficient, heat flux, and surface temperature are computed using inverse method. The data from the experiments are used for the simulations of the cooling in real plant. The simulation describes intensive cooling under the nozzles and less intensive cooling between nozzles. Different cooling rates lead to different metallurgical structures of the final product.

English abstract

The article describes the experiment with nonhomogeneous cooling of flat steel product. The measured data are processed and boundary conditions such as heat transfer coefficient, heat flux, and surface temperature are computed using inverse method. The data from the experiments are used for the simulations of the cooling in real plant. The simulation describes intensive cooling under the nozzles and less intensive cooling between nozzles. Different cooling rates lead to different metallurgical structures of the final product.

Keywords

Heat transfer, nonhomogeneous cooling, metallurgical structure

RIV year

2011

Released

16.06.2011

ISBN

978-80-261-0004-1

Book

Power System Engineering, Thermodynamics & Fluid Flow

Pages from

10

Pages to

16

Pages count

6

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT72523,
  author="Jana {Ondroušková} and Michal {Pohanka}",
  title="Nonhomogeneous cooling effect on metallurgical structure of material",
  annote="The article describes the experiment with nonhomogeneous cooling of flat steel product. The measured data are processed and boundary conditions such as heat transfer coefficient, heat flux, and surface temperature are computed using inverse method. The data from the experiments are used for the simulations of the cooling in real plant. The simulation describes intensive cooling under the nozzles and less intensive cooling between nozzles. Different cooling rates lead to different metallurgical structures of the final product.",
  booktitle="Power System Engineering, Thermodynamics & Fluid Flow",
  chapter="72523",
  howpublished="electronic, physical medium",
  year="2011",
  month="june",
  pages="10--16",
  type="conference paper"
}