Aspect Ratio of Continuous Cast Rolled Steel

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We have a requirement that if our pipe is going to be fabricated from plate, then it must have a larger than 6-to-1 reduction from the original conventionally cast ingot or continuously cast slab. It is not specified whether this would be hot/cold rolling, but we figured that .5 inch plate would most likely exceed this, but we are not sure. Does anyone have any suggestions? Is there a standard where this information could be found, or perhaps an engineer from the milling industry?
 

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