Observations on the Mode of Deformation During Aluminium Slab Rolling
This paper presents a more rigorous method of measuring the magnitude of lateral deformation occurring during the hot, flat rolling of slab, so that confusion over previous contradictory evidence may be removed. The work shows that many empirical relationships derived by earlier authors have ignored some important variables, and hence, have not led to an understanding of the mode of deformation. The latter is required before any analytical approach to the problem can successfully be attempted.
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