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Technology, energy efficiency, and environmental externalities in the iron and steel industry

Brahmanand Mohanty

Technology, energy efficiency, and environmental externalities in the iron and steel industry

by Brahmanand Mohanty

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Published by School of Environment, Resources and Development, Asian Institute of Technology in Bangkok, Thailand .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Asia, Southeastern.
    • Subjects:
    • Steel-works -- Energy conservation -- Asia, Southeastern.,
    • Iron-works -- Energy conservation -- Asia, Southeastern.,
    • Steel-works -- Environmental aspects -- Asia, Southeastern.,
    • Iron-works -- Environmental aspects -- Asia, Southeastern.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementBrahmanand Mohanty.
      ContributionsAsian Institute of Technology. School of Environment, Resources and Development.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsTJ163.5.S83 M645 1997
      The Physical Object
      Pagination140 p. :
      Number of Pages140
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL336432M
      ISBN 109748256715
      LC Control Number97944030
      OCLC/WorldCa44509900

      In , the iron and steel industry accounted for % and % of primary energy consumption in China and the U.S., respectively (U.S. DOE/EIA, a; Zhang et al., ). The energy efficiency of steel production has a direct impact on overall energy . The steelmaking industry has significantly lowered its energy use over the past several decades. The U.S. steel industry has worked with AMO to develop a range of resources to assist in lowering the energy and carbon intensity of steelmaking. Some current R&D projects and Energy Management resources will benefit the industry.

      Iron & Steel Technology. Iron & Steel Technology is the premier technical journal for metallurgical, engineering, operating, and maintenance personnel in the iron and steel the official monthly publication of AIST, Iron & Steel Technology is the most comprehensive and widely circulated journal available today, dedicated to providing its readers with the latest information on.   Abstract: Power generation using by-product gases of Iron and Steel (I&S) industries is one of the most effective ways to deal with the requirement of meeting the energy demand challenge and also to reduce the Green-house Gas (GHG) Emission concentration. Effective utilization of these by-product gases is achieved by taking advantage of Green Technology using a Top Recovery Turbine .

      Mexico is an important iron and steel manufacturer; it is the 13th largest steel producer in the world. The Mexican iron and steel industry is first in energy consumption for industrial energy use, representing % of the total industrial final energy consumption and a . The domestic iron and steel industry continues to lead the world in environmental performance, making the United States a global model for the clean production of steel. The American steel industry has long identified environmental stewardship and commitment to sustainability as part of our strategic plan and vision for the future.


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Technology, energy efficiency, and environmental externalities in the iron and steel industry by Brahmanand Mohanty Download PDF EPUB FB2

The specific energy consumption of a modem integrated steel plant (using the BOF-route) and the potential and costs to improve the energy efficiency are studied in this paper.

The output of the plant is defined as 25% slabs, 45% hot rolled product and 30% cold rolled by: Abstract. The iron and steel industry is the largest energy-consuming manufacturing industry in the world. Inits global energy consumption was estimated to be 18–19 EJ, or 10–15% of the annual industrial energy consumption [WEC, ].Cited by: Energy Efficiency and CO 2 Reduction in the Iron and Steel Industry Fact file Key performance indicators Current energy consumption for the integrated route is estimated to lie between 17 and 23GJ/t of hot-rolled product and for the recycling route, between GJ/t of hot-rolled product.

Production and consumption of iron and steelFile Size: 1MB. This paper investigates energy efficiency with the presence of undeniable outputs, efficiency gaps across regions, and determinants of inefficiency of the Chinese Iron and Steel (IS) industry by.

Iron and steel making plays a significant role in global energy consumption and carbon dioxide emissions. The target of limiting the global warming by is extremely challenging for this energy-intensive branch of industry.

In order to be responsible for its own share in cutting CO 2 emissions, great advancements must be done. A brief Cited by: 5. Techniques for the reduction of the specific energy consumption for iron and steel making are identified and characterized to assess the potential for future energy-efficiency improvement and research and development priorities.

Worldwide average specific energy consumption for steel making is estimated to be 24 GJ/tonne. The most energy-efficient process requires 19 GJ/tonne for primary and environmental externalities in the iron and steel industry book.

Inthe iron and steel industry accounted for % and % of primary energy consumption in China and the U.S., respectively (U.S. DOE/EIA, a; Zhang et al., ). The energy efficiency of steel production has a direct impact on overall energy consumption and related carbon dioxide (CO 2.

1. Introduction. The iron and steel industry is the main industrial source of CO 2 emissions due to the large volume of steel produced, the high-energy use intensity, and the significant use of carbon-based fuels.

The principal steel producers in the world are China, Japan, the US, India, and Russia (Fischedick et al., ).Mexico is an important iron and steel manufacturer and is the.

The energy efficiency of steel industry has a direct effect on overall energy consumption. As such, improving energy efficiency should be a primary concern for iron and steel plants, especially in times of high energy price volatility. Industrial energy intensity can be reduced through technological progress.

Steel Industry Technology “The steel industry” is composed of those companies that produce steel products from ferrous raw materials including ore, pellets, sinter, sponge iron and other DRI, pig iron, * recycled iron and steel scrap, and a variety of waste products.

Conventionally, the iron and steel foundry industry is considered separate. In integrated steel works, byproduct gases are generated in the iron and steel making process, which accounts for approximately 30% of the total energy involved.

The efficient utilisation of these. Energy use in the steel industry The steel industry actively manages the use of energy. Energy conservation in steelmaking is crucial to ensure the competitiveness of the industry and to minimise environmental impacts, such as greenhouse gas emissions. Steel saves energy over its many life cycles through its % recyclability, durability and.

The share of Energy Consumption in respect of the 71 DCs works out to 72% of total energy consumption in the steel sector. Promotion of Energy Efficiency in SME Sector: UNDP-GEF-MoS Project: “Energy Efficiency in Steel Re-rolling Mills” (.

Currently, the iron and steel industry (ISI) accounts for more than 16% of China's total energy consumption. Improving energy efficiency (EE) and promoting energy savings in this industry have vital significance for China's further sustainable development.

As the steel industry is the greatest contributor to CO 2 emissions, much effort has been devoted to developing low CO 2 impact technologies. A consortium of 48 European companies and organizations from 15 European countries was formed in to undertake the ultra-low carbon dioxide steel making (ULCOS) program.

The Hlsarna (“HI” from HIsmelt and “sarna” from the Celtic for iron. • The importance of energy efficiency for steel-producing companies, and their executives’ attitude towards this topic; • Why some companies consider energy efficiency measures but do not proceed with them; and • The main barriers to energy efficiency implementation in the steel sector and any associated negative experiences.

This study developed a conceptual model based on the industrial metabolism approach and the generic model can be used to analyze the energy flows for the iron and steel (is) industry.

based on the. Under these boundary conditions, the Mexican iron and steel industry was shown to be more energy efficient and less carbon intense than those the U.S. and China. The reasons for this efficiency are mainly the large shares of the electric arc furnace route (%) and continuous casting (%) in production and the large share of natural gas in.

The Steel – Energy Efficiency Policy database contains qualitative information on national policies for energy efficiency in the steel sector. It provides thematic and country-specific access to a broad range of information, including programme descriptions, typologies of policy instruments, target populations, estimated costs and benefits.

DOE's Office of Industrial Technologes has formed a partnership with the U.S. iron and steel industry to accelerate development of technologies and processes that will improve the industry's production and energy efficiency and environmental performance.

iii Emerging Energy-efficiency and Carbon Dioxide Emissions-reduction Technologies for the Iron and Steel Industry Ali Hasanbeigi a, Marlene Arens b, Lynn Price a a China Energy Group, Energy Analysis and Environmental Impacts Department, Environmental Energy Technologies Division, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Berkeley, CA, U.S.A.Energy efficiency is a key driving force in meeting India’s environmental and climate goals.

We work closely with large and small industries and the buildings sector to help improve their energy performance. We have demonstrated a range of technologies and practices that have helped small and medium enterprises in India to reduce their carbon footprint and improve their profitability.Some of the most advanced technologies available today are utilized throughout the steelmaking process, which enables the industry to maximize efficiency while minimizing the industry's environmental footprint.

Today, the American steel industry operates with the lowest energy consumption per ton of steel in the world.