How to Make the Plants of Today Comply with the Requirements of Tomorrow

Posted on 08 February 2013
 

How to Make the Plants of Today Comply with the Requirements of Tomorrow
How to Make the Plants of Today Comply with the Requirements of Tomorrow Dr. Christian Fr?hling General Manager Energy and Environmental Technology SMS Siemag AG SMS Siemag expects the future to hold great potential for the field of energy and environmental technology. In the last two years, the company has brought different innovative concepts to market and has already been awarded orders for the corresponding technologies (e.g. energy recovery from EAF off-gas heat, hydrothermal regeneration of acids, waste water treatment systems, metal recovery solutions and a new generation of electric filters for primary BOF dedusting). We further reinforced our traditional dedication to energy-efficient and environment-friendly plants and equipment. Consequently, we extended our specialists team to offer an integrated solution how to use different energy sources available in a metallurgical plant complex most efficiently. Steelmaking processes generate a large range of gaseous byproducts like blast furnace gas, coke oven gas and converter gas that have a high energy content in the form of combustible components. Utilizing these gases as primary fuel in a firing plant contributes significantly to increased energy efficiency in steelworks, and therefore reduces the overall steel manufacturing costs and saves CO2 emissions. For the systematic utilization of these gases to generate e.g. steam for production and/or to generate electricity in a complete power station process, SMS Siemag offers a wide range of part-standardized steam generators. The presentation will sum up the technologies introduced so far and give an outlook on the potentials of the new industrial power plants.2011 ESCO Seminar

 

Download




«  Back

Copyright © 2016 SEASI Site. All Rights Reserved.