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Research Article

Modeling and Optimization for Piercing Efficiency and Energy Consumption Based on Mean Value Substaged KELM-PLS and GA Method

Table 2

Decision making variable table of optimization.

NumberVariablesDecision variables of piercing efficiencyDecision variables of piercing energy consumptionThe mean of variables

1 The rotational speed of roll at first stage
2 The percent reduction of roll at first stage
3 The angle of inclination of roll at first stage
4 The position change range of pusher
5 The actual position of mandrel thrust block
6 The position of mandrel at first stage
7 The temperature of tube blank at second stage
8 The rotational speed of roll at second stage
9 The percent reduction of roll at second stage
10 The angle of inclination of roll at second stage
11 The position of mandrel at second stage
12 The rotational speed of guide disc at second stage
13 The rotational speed of roll at third stage
14 The percent reduction of roll at third stage
15 The angle of inclination of roll at third stage
16 The position of mandrel at third stage
17 The rotational speed of guide disc at third stage

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