Paper Title:
Analysis of Research Method for Rolling Theory
  Abstract

Basic point of manifold research method for rolling theory is discussed. These methods are engineering numeration, the method of slip line network, the limit analytical method, the plastic finite element method, energy method, research rolling theory with viscosity hydrokinetics, the boundary element method, the finite twig element method and the artificial neural network technic. Point out holding crux part on the whole bog of tricks. Apply range of apiece research method are analyzed and compared. The selection to embark research methods of rolling theory is to have definite referential action.

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Qingxue Huang, Cunlong Zhou, Zhengyi Jiang, Jianmei Wang, Hailian Gui, Lifeng Ma, Lidong Ma, Yugui Li and Chunjiang Zhao
Pages
254-259
DOI
10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMR.145.254
Citation
M. S. Liu, B. Y. Sun, F. P. Zhang, X. W. Song, "Analysis of Research Method for Rolling Theory", Advanced Materials Research, Vol. 145, pp. 254-259, 2011
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October 2010
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