runout table

runout table

[′rən‚au̇t ‚tā·bəl]
(metallurgy)
A roll table used to receive a rolled or extruded member.
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However, in the manufactory, the temperature curve in the runout table usually is ignored, since controlling the final temperature to match the target temperature could get good steel.
It is used to cool a strip from a high temperature about 800-1000[degrees]C down to a cooling temperature of roughly 400-680[degrees]C in the runout table, according to the steel grade and varieties.
where [T.sub.0] is the start temperature, [T.sub.c] is the cooling temperature, l is the length of the runout table, the [v.sub.c] is the average speed of the steel (usually the speed is changing all the time), and [R.sub.c] is the average temperature drop caused by one group of headers.
Second, several subgoals based on the location of the runout table are set to make the temperature curve be realized with a few computational burdens.
The design of the tire coupling also makes it susceptible to corrosion from the heat, water and slag associated with a runout table application.
A series of runout tables uses hundreds of rollers to move slabs along a 1A-mile pathway during the shaping process, gradually reducing the slabs into the desired thickness for the end-user.