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topic 10726

Wear equation


 

Hi,

I am searching for some information on where to find the wear equation for curves (not sliding). For example the wear equation I would use in hot rolling mills.

I would really appreciate the help.

Thanks!

Jose Olvera
- Monterrey, N.L. Mexico


 

Estimado Jose:

Pase muchos aÒos en una empresa acerera y en ese tiempo tuve oportunidad de conducir la negociacion de compra de rodillos de laminacion. Los fabricantes de rodillos tienen mucha informaciÛn pero dudo que haya una sola ecuaciÛn de desgaste para lo que buscas. Tal vez si existe la puedas encontrar en las bibliotecas del Instituto Latinoamericano del Fierro y Acero (ILAFA) Û en la de Hylsa.

Saludos,

Guillermo Marrufo
Monterrey, NL, Mexico


 

Gracias Guillermo!

Jose Olvera
- Monterrey, N.L., Mexico



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