DOI: 10.4028/www.scientific.net/kem.410-411.669
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Abstract: Steel strips covered by a tertiary thermal oxide scale from a hot rolling process were studied in this research work. In case that the clean strip is required, i.e. for the cold rolling process, this tertiary scale formed on the steel surface is typically removed by a pickling process. In this work, a finishing temperature – the temperature at the exit of strip from a finishing mill – was kept constant at 830 °C. A coiling temperature – the temperature that the strip was coiled at a down coiler – was varied i… Show more

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