An Introduction to the Surface Texture of Automotive Sheet Steel 650062
The surface texture of automotive sheet steel is the pattern of peaks and valleys, or bumps, applied by means of the rolling process during the manufacture of steel. Summarized are the history of the process as it developed in the steel industry, methods of measuring texture characteristics, trends in surface texture, and cooperative ventures by the automotive and steel industries through SAE to resolve problems in instrumentation.
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