Blast Furnace Ironmaking

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  • Author : William Davenport
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Pages : 662 pages
  • ISBN : 9780128142271
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Blast Furnace Ironmaking

Blast Furnace Ironmaking
  • Author : William Davenport,Ian Cameron,Mitren Sukhram,Kyle Lefebvre
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 15 April 2019
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Blast Furnace Ironmaking: Analysis, Control and Optimization replaces the 'rules of thumb' currently used by the industry. It shows the beneficial effects of injecting oxygen into the furnace while avoiding the hazards of overheating, the beneficial effects of electrically super-heated blast furnace air blast, and how to obtain the exact hearth and top temperatures that the furnace needs for optimum performance. Users will find an outline on the production of molten iron from ore using the blast furnace process, along

Modern Blast Furnace Ironmaking

Modern Blast Furnace Ironmaking
  • Author : Maarten Geerdes,Hisko Toxopeus,Cor van der Vliet
  • Publisher : IOS Press
  • Release : 22 June 2021
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Describes the principles of the blast furnace process and especially the control of the process. This book focuses on the control of the blast furnace process with respect to thermal control, gas flow control and casthouse operation. It is suitable for students of metallurgy as well as for blast furnace operators and management.

Modern Blast Furnace Ironmaking

Modern Blast Furnace Ironmaking
  • Author : M. Geerdes,R. Chaigneau,I. Kurunov
  • Publisher : IOS Press
  • Release : 07 April 2015
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This book describes the blast furnace process for operators. As a starting point, the blast furnace is seen as a simple iron ore melter, while gradually the physical, chemical and metallurgical background is clarified. Operational observations, challenges and remedies are explained from this perspective. Optimization of the blast furnace process is not only based on “best practice transfer”, but also requires conceptual understanding of what works when. In other words: operational improvement is not only based on know–how, but

Modern Blast Furnace Ironmaking

Modern Blast Furnace Ironmaking
  • Author : M. Geerdes,R. Chaigneau,O. Lingiardi
  • Publisher : IOS Press
  • Release : 04 November 2020
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Modern Blast Furnace Ironmaking – An Introduction (Fourth Edition, 2020) describes the principles of the blast furnace process. As a starting point, the blast furnace is seen as a simple iron ore melter, while gradually the physical, chemical and metallurgical background of the blast furnace process is clarified. The book focuses on the control of the process with respect to thermal control, gas flow control and casthouse operation. In this book, all essential process details are described and a special focus is

Beyond the Blast Furnace

Beyond the Blast Furnace
  • Author : Amit Chatterjee
  • Publisher : CRC Press
  • Release : 22 November 2017
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This unique book presents an in-depth analysis of all the emerging ironmaking processes, supplementing the conventional blast furnace method. Various processes for producing solid and liquid iron are discussed, including important features such as process outline, techno-economics, and process fundamentals. The present global status of each process is examined, projections for the future are made, and processes are compared. Beyond the Blast Furnace is valuable reading for process developers, because it gives them a complete picture of various process options.

Blast Furnace Ironmaking

Blast Furnace Ironmaking
  • Author : Ian Cameron,Mitren Sukhram,Kyle Lefebvre,William Davenport
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 22 October 2019
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Blast Furnace Ironmaking: Analysis, Control, and Optimization uses a fundamental first principles approach to prepare a blast furnace mass and energy balance in ExcelTM. Robust descriptions of the main equipment and systems, process technologies, and best practices used in a modern blast furnace plant are detailed. Optimization tools are provided to help the reader find the best blast furnace fuel mix and related costs, maximize output, or evaluate other operational strategies using the ExcelTM model that the reader will develop.