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ROLLING
NEURAL NETWORK
GRAIN
HOT ROLLING
SUBSEQUENTLY
ALUMINUM ALLOY
ROLLING STONES
TEXTURE
BAND
SHEET
ROLLING STOCK
ALBUM
ROCK
DURING
SLABS
ROLLING MILLS
FINISHING
ROLLING PROCESS
METAL
FINAL
FLAT
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Definitions

  1. Rolling is also classified according to the temperature of the metal rolled.
  2. Rolling is a fabricating process in which the metal, plastic, paper, glass, etc.
  3. Rolling is a very important type of motion for in nature but perhaps even more so for human technology.

Rolling

  1. Cold rolling is a metal working process in which metal is deformed by passing it through rollers at a temperature below its recrystallization temperature.
  2. Two steps of light rolling each followed by recrystallization were found to largely restore the desired fiber texture.
  3. Strengthening from defect substructures has been studied in Mo-33Re deformed in tension and by cold rolling, and in shock-loaded molybdenum and Mo-33Re.
  4. A study on commercial pure Al (1050) after cold rolling at room temperature with various deformations using positron annihilation.

Neural Network

  1. The three last passes of the rolling schedule were modeled regarding optimization of plate flatness; one neural network was attributed for each pass.
  2. Another example of the prediction of hot rolling loads by a neural network was developed in [19].
  3. Work roll deflection promoted by rolling load was also considered, as this was included in the input layer of the neural networks.

Grain

  1. The higher the stored dislocations density after rolling, the finer the re-crystallized grains during heating.
  2. The microstructure of 80% cold-rolled niobium displays elongated grains with grain boundaries aligned nearly parallel to the rolling direction.
  3. Effect of the initial grain size on the structural inhomgeneity and texture formation upon cold rolling and annealing of the Fe-3% Si alloy.

Hot Rolling

  1. Beverage cans are closed by rolling, and steel food cans are strengthened by rolling ribs into their sides.
  2. Thus metals strengthened by cold rolling are more sensitive to the presence of cracks and are prone to brittle fracture.
  3. In flat rolling the final shape of the product is either sheet (thickness less then 3 mm) or plate (thickness more than 3 mm).
  4. This neural network was trained with data measured from 239 rolling stocks.
  5. Naturally, the output layer is constituted of only one neuron, that is, the value of the rolling load.

Subsequently

  1. With rolling, a billet is passed through successively narrower rollers to create a sheet.
  2. Metals are shaped by processes such as casting, forging, flow forming, rolling, extrusion, sintering, metalworking, machining and fabrication.
  3. During cold rolling, metal absorbs a great deal of energy, some of this energy is used to nucleate and move defects (and subsequently deform the metal).
  4. The output from a Strip Mill is coiled and, subsequently, used as the feed for a Cold Rolling Mill or used directly by fabricators.
  5. Influence of degree of deformation in rolling on anneal hardening effect of a cast copper alloy.

Aluminum Alloy

  1. Macro-, micro- and mesotexture evolutions of continuous cast and direct chill cast AA 3105 aluminum alloy during cold rolling.
  2. The effect of cold rolling and annealing on the serrated yielding phenomenon of AA5182 aluminum alloy.
  3. Microstructure and texture of aluminum alloys 3105 and 3015 during cold rolling and annealing.

Rolling Stones

  1. The Rolling Stones' only live appearance during this time was a tribute to Stewart.
  2. For the science-fiction novel by Robert Heinlein, see The Rolling Stones (novel).

Texture

  1. Microstructure and texture in copper sheets after reverse and cross rolling.
  2. Microstructure and texture of aluminium alloys 3105 and 3015 during cold rolling and annealing.

Band

  1. The Rolling Stones are my joint favorite band of all time, along with the Beatles.
  2. Although the Rolling Stones remained hugely popular through the '70s, music critics had grown increasingly dismissive of the band's output.

Sheet

  1. Hot rolling is also used to create intermediate products such as slabs.
  2. Hot rolling from ingot is the dominant fabrication method of producing plate, sheet, and foil aluminum products.
  3. Calculation of the hot rolling temperature.

Rolling Stock

  1. Heavy plate tends to be formed using a press process, and is termed forming, rather than rolling.
  2. Rolling stock: (UK) A railroad vehicle that is not a locomotive; 'railroad car'.
  3. Quarter Hard material can be bent (perpendicular to the direction of rolling) on itself without fracturing.
  4. Rail sled (US): A form of wheel chock that slips onto the rail under the wheel of rolling stock which prevents the vehicle from rolling.
  5. First, the initial flow stress of the rolling stock before rolling is calculated by the hot strength network.

Album

  1. Tattoo You is an album by The Rolling Stones, released in 1981.
  2. Made in the Shade is the third official compilation album by The Rolling Stones and was released in 1975.
  3. Singles 1965-1967 is a box set compilation of singles by The Rolling Stones spanning the years 1965 to 1967.

Rock

  1. Their Satanic Majesties Request is a psychedelic rock album by The Rolling Stones recorded and released in 1967.
  2. The Rolling Stones are a British rock band who rose to prominence during the mid-1960s.

During

  1. There was a critical range of strain values to be avoided during plate rolling.
  2. Contribution of dislocation substructures developed during cold rolling to the formation of rolling textures in Al-Mg alloys.

Slabs

  1. Rolling of blooms, slabs.
  2. Hot-rolling, Hot-rolled Steel (HR) Rolling steel slabs into flat-rolled steel after it has been reheated.
  3. Hot-Strip Mill A rolling mill of several stands of rolls that converts slabs into hot-rolled coils.

Rolling Mills

  1. Rolling mills are commonly used to precisely reduce the thickness of strip and sheet metals.
  2. Rolling mill for cold rolling metal sheet like this piece of brass sheet.
  3. The microstructures were produced in the samples by laboratory hot rolling and heat treatment.
  4. The natural field of application for a new technique like neural networks is in hot rolling mills that do not have automation systems yet.

Finishing

  1. So, cold rolling is a good finishing treatment in the production of plate and sheet.
  2. In a first approach, this parameter is the same for all the seven rolling stands of this finishing train.
  3. Reducing cube volume in recrystallized texture by controlling the finishing temperature and rolling strain in Al-5%Mg alloy.

Rolling Process

  1. Cold rolling is a common manufacturing process.
  2. The ridges and top edge of this can were formed by cold rolling.
  3. The evolution of deformation texture in copper by unidirectional and by cross rolling.
  4. Today, a continuous casting and rolling process produces virtually all copper rod.
  5. Rolling process optimization for superplastic 5083 Al sheet.

Metal

  1. In a rolled metal, for example, the directions in the material are the rolling direction, transverse direction and rolling plane normal.
  2. Cold rolling increases the yield strength and hardness of a metal by introducing defects into the metal's crystal structure.
  3. A metal that has been hardened by cold rolling can be softened by annealing.
  4. Cold rolling is most often used to decrease the thickness of plate and sheet metal.
  5. Hot rolling is mainly used to produce sheet metal, or simple cross sections from billets.

Final

  1. In profile rolling, the final product may be a round rod or other shaped bar such as a structural section (beam, channel, joist etc).
  2. It is also founding bassist Bill Wyman's final studio album with The Rolling Stones, preceding the announcement of his departure in January 1993.
  3. So in this case, all the gear teeth have the optimum orientation of flow lines and the final product is stronger than that made from rolling.

Flat

  1. There are two types of rolling process, flat and profile rolling.
  2. Flat Rolling Fundamentals is drawn from in-depth analyses of metal properties and behaviors to technologies in application.

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