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  • ferroalloy - an overview | sciencedirect topics

    Ferroalloy - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics

    In heat recovery ovens, the complete gas generated from coal carbonisation is combusted directly in the oven space due to the operation under suction, thus creating heat needed for carbonisation (Hoffmann et al., 2001). The waste gas exits into a waste heat recovery boiler which converts the excess heat into steam for power generation (Valia, 2011).

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  • submerged arc furnace ferroalloy: methods and technology

    Submerged arc furnace ferroalloy: Methods and Technology

    We significantly improve energy utilization by connecting furnaces to energy recovery systems. That ensures the hot combusted gases from open furnaces are recovered in tailor-made waste heat boilers, whereas process gas boilers recover the chemical and sensible heat from combustion boilers. This also lowers your carbon footprint.

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  • waste heat recovery | flue gas cooling | ge power

    Waste Heat Recovery | Flue Gas Cooling | GE Power

    Recovering heat from the smelting exhaust produces 20 MWel. of electricity for internal use (representing recovery of up to 28% of the smelter’s energy consumption) In many cases, the payback of the waste heat is proportional to the cost of alternative power production. Contact GE to start recovering wasted energy.

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  • energy ferroalloy off-gas system waste energy …


    of the most efficient and economical ways of converting off-gas heat into energy savings in the furnace. 3.1.1.Closed Furnaces Closed furnace off-gas heat recovery to drying is well established and has been implemented successfully on ferro-alloy smelters in South Africa. Typically the off-gas is …

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  • waste heat utilization from a submerged arc …


    The focus of this study is alternative ways to utilize waste heat from the 47 MW furnace. The main product of Elkem Iceland is ferrosilicon, mostly FeSi75 from this particular furnace, and a byproduct is condensed silica fume (CSF), in the form of amorphous SiO 2 .

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  • energy consumption, waste heat utilisation and pollution

    Energy consumption, waste heat utilisation and pollution

    ferro alloy production. Heat is also available in the form of furnace cooling water which is cir-culated on furnace shells, contact clamps etc. Along with heat recovery system of furnace gas, the heat recovered from the slag and cooling water can be suitably combined for …

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  • ferroalloys - an overview | sciencedirect topics

    Ferroalloys - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics

    Melting is performed in the electric arc furnace as a continuous process. The FeSiBa alloy obtained in this way has the following chemical composition (wt. %): 27 to 35 Ba, 46 to 52 Si, 0.15 to 0.3 C, 3 to 5 S, and the balance made up of Fe. The furnace slag contains 19% to 26% Ba, 25% to 37% SiO 2, 3% to 7% C, and 3% to 5% S.

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  • waste heat reduction and recovery for improving furnace

    Waste Heat Reduction and Recovery for Improving Furnace

    Waste Heat Reduction and Recovery for Improving Furnace Efficiency, Productivity, and Emissions Performance high-temperature furnace can attest to the huge amount of thermal energy beamed into the room. Anywhere or anytime there is an opening in the furnace enclosure, heat is …

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  • waste heat to power systems - us epa


    May 30, 2012 · the heat to generate steam in a waste heat boiler, which then drives a steam turbine. Steam turbines are one of the oldest and most versatile prime mover technologies. Heat recovery boiler/steam turbine systems operate thermodynamically as a Rankine Cycle, as shown in Figure 2. In the steam Rankine cycle, the working fluid—

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    occur from reduction of thermal pollution by using the heat energy of the waste flue gases from SI Kilns and Ferro Alloy arc furnaces. Technological benefits – The technology behind CO-laden FAP flue gas fired boiler and waste heat recovery boiler will result in energy efficiency and make the industry self-reliant. This is a technology

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