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Title: Specific energy consumption in the steel industry
Authors: Bhaktavatsalam, A K
Choudhury, Ratna
Keywords: energy consumption
Indian steel industry
theoretical analysis
demineralisation
Issue Date: 1995
Citation: Energy, 20(12), 1247-1250
Abstract: The specific energy consumption in the Indian steel industry is high compared to that in advanced countries. Data for four integrated steel plants in India have been analysed. The coals used are of much inferior quality. Experiments were conducted for selective removal of silica in coal. Theoretical analysis was performed of the effect of demineralisation on the specific energy consumption (SEC) in an integrated steel plant (ISP).
URI: http://eprint.iitd.ac.in/dspace/handle/2074/468
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