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Controlled Cooling Simulation of Steel Strips

Originální název

Controlled Cooling Simulation of Steel Strips

Anglický název

Controlled Cooling Simulation of Steel Strips

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

This paper is dealing with a numerical simulation of controlled cooling of a steel strip at the exit of a rolling mill. The aim can verify the parameters of an existing cooling system or can design a new one. The result of the simulation is a temperature distribution of selected points of the strip. Thermo physical properties of the strip, initial temperature distribution and characteristics of the cooling system, in a form of heat transfer boundary conditions, are used as input parameters for calculation. These boundary conditions are obtained from proved methodologies applied in the laboratory. Heat transfer coefficient on the strip surface is determined from the experiments performed at an experimental stand.

Anglický abstrakt

This paper is dealing with a numerical simulation of controlled cooling of a steel strip at the exit of a rolling mill. The aim can verify the parameters of an existing cooling system or can design a new one. The result of the simulation is a temperature distribution of selected points of the strip. Thermo physical properties of the strip, initial temperature distribution and characteristics of the cooling system, in a form of heat transfer boundary conditions, are used as input parameters for calculation. These boundary conditions are obtained from proved methodologies applied in the laboratory. Heat transfer coefficient on the strip surface is determined from the experiments performed at an experimental stand.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT74220,
  author="Jaroslav {Horský} and Miroslav {Raudenský} and Jiří {Kvapil}",
  title="Controlled Cooling Simulation of Steel Strips",
  annote="This paper is dealing with a numerical simulation of controlled cooling of a steel strip at the exit of a rolling mill. The aim can verify the parameters of an existing cooling system or can design a new one. The result of the simulation is a temperature distribution of selected points of the strip. Thermo physical properties of the strip, initial temperature distribution and characteristics of the cooling system, in a form of heat transfer boundary conditions, are used as input parameters for calculation. These boundary conditions are obtained from proved methodologies applied in the laboratory. Heat transfer coefficient on the strip surface is determined from the experiments performed at an experimental stand.",
  booktitle="Steel Strip 2011",
  chapter="74220",
  howpublished="print",
  year="2011",
  month="october",
  pages="163--170",
  type="conference paper"
}