Rolling process is implemented in the production of structures that are regularly utilized in vast applications such as pipes, frames, shells, and discs. Flat rolling is one of the widely used rolling processes that involves reducing the thickness of a metal sheet by feeding it between two rollers that are separated by a pre-specified distance, and this can be done under hot conditions (hot flat rolling) or cold conditions (cold flat rolling). Due to the significance of flat rolling applications, optimizing this process became a crucial necessity in today's industrial revolution. In this paper, Simufact Forming Simulation Software was utilized to extract critical results such as effective plastic strain, effective stress, lateral spread, and maximum rolling force under different rolling conditions such as the rotational speed of the rollers and the friction between the rollers and the workpiece to identify their effect on the process. The general trends of the extracted data showed either a linear or a quadratic relationship between the parameters verses the rotational speed and the friction. Finally, the trends were used to characterize the best conditions for flat rolling applications.