USE OF ENERGY IN THE STEEL INDUSTRY DURING THE PAST TWO DECADES
Trends in energy consumption by the world's steel industry are examined with special emphasis on the Japanese industry, and technical steps that could be effective in saving energy are presented. One example is the reduction of blast furnace fuel rate. Since energy used in iron and steel manufacture mostly comes from coking coal, recommendations are given on how to increase the efficiency of this coal, as well as on the viability of developing noncoking coals.
- Presented at the IISI 8th Annual Conference, Panel Discuss and Speeches, Munich, W. Germany, Oct. 13-16, 1974. See RRIS 20 130916.
International Iron and Steel InstitutePlace du Champ de Mars 5
Brussels B-1050, Belgium
- Toyoda, S
- Presented at the IISI 8th Annual Conference, Panel Discuss and Speeches. See RRIS 20 130916.
- Location: Munich , Germany
- Date: 1974-10-3 to 1974-10-16
- Publication Date: 1975
- Pagination: p. 30-44
- TRT Terms: Coal; Coal industry; Coke; Energy consumption; Forecasting; Freight traffic; Steel plants; Traffic forecasting
- Old TRIS Terms: Coke traffic; Energy requirements
- Subject Areas: Energy; Freight Transportation; Railroads;
- Accession Number: 00130917
- Record Type: Publication
- Source Agency: Engineering Index
- Report/Paper Numbers: Proc Paper
- Files: TRIS
- Created Date: Apr 21 1976 12:00AM