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||2017 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
||Energy Materials 2017: Energy and Environmental Issues in Materials Manufacturing and Processing
||Processing Non-Oriented Electrical Steels Using Inclined/Skew Rolling Schemes
||Youliang He, Mehdi Sanjari, Erik J. Hilinski, Mehdi Mehdi
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Obtaining the ideal <001>//ND texture in non-oriented electrical steel sheets was the goal of many past investigations. However, it was difficult to achieve the desired texture using conventional rolling techniques. In this research, two unconventional cold rolling schemes (inclined and skew rolling) were proposed and tested: in inclined rolling, the cold rolling direction (CRD) was inclined at an angle (0°-90°) to the hot rolling direction (HRD) so that the initial texture was changed; in skew rolling, the hot band was fed into the rolls at a tilted angle (0°-45°) to the conventional feeding direction so that both the starting texture and the rolling deformation were changed. Non-oriented electrical steels containing 0.9 wt% and 2.8 wt% Si were cold rolled using these schemes, and the textures were measured. It was found that both schemes have considerable effects on the deformation and recrystallization textures.
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