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Optimization of Work Roll Cooling in Rolling

Originální název

Optimization of Work Roll Cooling in Rolling

Anglický název

Optimization of Work Roll Cooling in Rolling

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

The optimal cooling of rolls should be designed with respect to two aspects. The first is the wearing of a roll where high temperature decreases the durability of the surface layer. The second aspect is thermal deformation of a roll. There are many factors, which can influence the efficiency of the nozzle cooling system: type of the nozzle, geometrical configuration (nozzle pitch, distance from the roll, orientation, number of manifolds), coolant pressure, and temperature. Cooling intensity is mostly specified through the heat transfer coefficient or heat flux distribution. The coolant flow on the rotating roll surface makes the problem complex. Surface temperature of the cylinder plays an important role in the heat transfer mechanism, especially for higher temperatures where boiling must be considered. No analytical or numerical solution of the heat transfer and fluid flow for this case is known. The task can be accurately solved experimentally. An experimental bench and methodology of realistic boundary conditions determination was developed in Heat Transfer and Fluid Flow Laboratory.

Anglický abstrakt

The optimal cooling of rolls should be designed with respect to two aspects. The first is the wearing of a roll where high temperature decreases the durability of the surface layer. The second aspect is thermal deformation of a roll. There are many factors, which can influence the efficiency of the nozzle cooling system: type of the nozzle, geometrical configuration (nozzle pitch, distance from the roll, orientation, number of manifolds), coolant pressure, and temperature. Cooling intensity is mostly specified through the heat transfer coefficient or heat flux distribution. The coolant flow on the rotating roll surface makes the problem complex. Surface temperature of the cylinder plays an important role in the heat transfer mechanism, especially for higher temperatures where boiling must be considered. No analytical or numerical solution of the heat transfer and fluid flow for this case is known. The task can be accurately solved experimentally. An experimental bench and methodology of realistic boundary conditions determination was developed in Heat Transfer and Fluid Flow Laboratory.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT157980,
  author="Petr {Kotrbáček} and Michal {Pohanka} and Martin {Zachar}",
  title="Optimization of Work Roll Cooling in Rolling",
  annote="The optimal cooling of rolls should be designed with respect to two aspects. The first is the wearing of a roll where high temperature decreases the durability of the surface layer. The second aspect is thermal deformation of a roll. There are many factors, which can influence the efficiency of the nozzle cooling system: type of the nozzle, geometrical configuration (nozzle pitch, distance from the roll, orientation, number of manifolds), coolant pressure, and temperature. Cooling intensity is mostly specified through the heat transfer coefficient or heat flux distribution. The coolant flow on the rotating roll surface makes the problem complex. Surface temperature of the cylinder plays an important role in the heat transfer mechanism, especially for higher temperatures where boiling must be considered. No analytical or numerical solution of the heat transfer and fluid flow for this case is known. The task can be accurately solved experimentally. An experimental bench and methodology of realistic boundary conditions determination was developed in Heat Transfer and Fluid Flow Laboratory.",
  chapter="157980",
  howpublished="electronic, physical medium",
  year="2019",
  month="june",
  pages="1--6"
}