The Energy Use in the Steel Industry report highlights that there is no single solution for steel plants to decrease their energy intensity and identifies the main factors that affect the energy intensity. It also points out that the main opportunities for energy savings in the future will come from the optimal selection of production processes and raw materials, increased use of economically available scrap, transfer of best practices, waste heat recovery and by reducing yield losses.
The report comes with a CD which includes 20 case studies, a list of energy saving technologies, definitions book, a list of checkpoints in the energy use methodology, a user guide for the web based energy assessment or benchmarking tool, and 1998 energy report results and analyses.
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Price: € 900.00*