Papers by Author: Ryoji Nakamura

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Authors: Ryoji Nakamura, Ryoji Nakamura, Shinji Kumai, Hisaki Watari
Abstract: A vertical type tandem twin roll caster which can cast clad strip was devised and assembled. The casting of the clad strip was tried. The three layers clad strip could be cast by a vertical type tandem twin roll caster at only one process. The clad strip was connected directly from AA8079 and AA6022 at roll speed of 30m/min. The diffusion area between the strips was very narrow. The interface between the strips was clear and flat. The strips were bonded firmly.
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Authors: Ryoji Nakamura, Masakazu Sawai, Ryoji Nakamura, H. Watari, S. Kumai
Abstract: An unequal diameter twin roll caster which can cast clad strips was devised and assembled. The casting of the clad strip was tried, and fabrication of the clad strip was attained. This twin roll caster was planned for the process saving. The clad strip was assembled directly from AA3003 molten metal and AA4045 molten metal at speed of 20m/min. The Si-diffusion-area between the strips was very narrow, and the interface between the strips was clear. The strips were bonded firmly. The strips were not pealed by the cold rolling and the continuous bending.
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Authors: Toshio Haga, Ryoji Nakamura, Sinji Kumi, Hisaki Watari
Abstract: Casting of clad strip, which was one of the composite alloys, was tried using a roll caster. A vertical tandem type twin roll casters for clad strip were designed and assembled to cast the clad strip. Three layers of clad strip could be cast. The interface between the base strip and overlay strip was clear. The as-cast clad strip could be cold rolled without peeling at the interface. The element of the each strip did not diffuse to another strip at the interface. The effects of the roll speed and melt temperature of the overlay strip on the cladding of the strip were investigated.
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Authors: Ryoji Nakamura, Teppei Nakamura, Ryoji Nakamura, Hideto Harada, Shinji Kumai, Hisaki Watari
Abstract: Roll casting of Al-SiCp composite alloy strip was tried using a vertical type high speed twin roll caster equipped with mild steel rolls. The Al-20vol% SiCp and Al-30vol%SiCp alloy could be roll-cast to the strip. The casting speed was 30m/min. The thickness of as-cast strip was thinner than 2.5mm. The SiCp powder was dispersed uniformly at the thickness direction. The as-cast strip could be thin down to 1mm by the hot rolling and the cold rolling without broken.
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Authors: Toshio Haga, Ryoji Nakamura, Shinji Kumai, Hisaki Watari
Abstract: Roll caster to cast a three layers clad strip was invented and effect of casting conditions on the clad strip was investigated. Two vertical type twin roll casters were set at vertically tandem position to cast three layers clad strip. Roll speed, roll load (separating force), melt temperature and elements of the aluminum alloy were chosen as the experimental conditions to be investigated. The roll load (separating force) and elements of aluminum alloy were important factors to cast sound clad strip. The clad strip could be cast at the speeds up to 40m/min. Interface between the strips were clear and elements of each strip did not diffuse to other strip. The clad strip was not peeled off at the interfaces by continuous bending. Strips were strictly connected at the interfaces.
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Authors: Ryoji Nakamura, Masakazu Sawai, Ryoji Nakamura, Takanori Yamabayashi, Shinji Kumai, Hisaki Watari
Abstract: A roll caster, which could cast the three layers of clad strip directly from the molten metal, was designed, assembled and tested. The base strip was AA3003 aluminum alloy and overlay strips were AA4045 aluminum alloy. An unequal diameter twin roll caster was modified to cast clad strip. Two small rolls were amounted on a large roll. A scraper plate was used to prevent the mixture of the different kinds of melts. The casting of three strips and the connecting of strips could be operated by one roll caster. The interfaces between the strips were clear, and the mixture of the melt did not occur. The clad strip could be cold rolled without the annealing. The clad strip did not peel at connecting surface by the cold rolling and continuous bending. The strips were connected strictly. The casting speed was 20m/min, and this speed was much higher than the casting speed of the conventional twin roll caster for aluminum alloys.
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