Stress Analysis of Cold Rolled Steel Sheet Based on ABAQUS

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Stress is one of the key factors affecting cold rolling effect. In order to determine the influence of process parameters on cold rolling stress of wear-resistant steel, finite element analysis software ABAQUS was used to analyze the rolling process. In the analysis process, the solver adopts explicit dynamic scheme, and the research method is a single variable method. The stress variation characteristics are calculated under different tension and friction coefficient before and after rolling. According to the analysis results, the stress is related to the tension. The stress increases first and then decreases with the rolling direction. The cold rolling stress can be significantly increased when the friction coefficient increases to a certain value.


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Jin XING, Binzhou University Binzhou, China E-mail:

Binzhou University


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