By Vladimir B. Ginzburg
Considered one of many significant innovators within the flat-rolling of metal, Vladimir B. Ginzburg holds greater than dozen patents within the undefined. during this quantity, Ginzburg brings jointly different pioneers to outline the most recent advancements in flat-rolled procedures. This contains the progressive advent of computer-based expertise in either new and current traditional rolling generators. each one part presents a quick subject precis after which is going directly to describe the newest advances particular to that zone. major matters contain complex scorching rolling generators, complex chilly rolling turbines, keep watch over structures, and the construction of complex flat-rolled metal products.
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