Iron and Steel Plants Based on Modern Pre- and Direct Reduction Processes

CIM Bulletin1970
Dr. HORST KONIG, Director, Demag Aktiengesellschaft, Duisburg, Germany
This paper illustrates that, with the application of new processes, smaller steel plants using local raw materials can be economical and advisable. It also introduces the problems connected with the direct reduction processes, which use non-coking coal or gas as reducing agents, and which are employed in connection with conventional reduction to produce excellent results. Electric smelting is also discussed, and some practical examples of operating plants are given.
Keywords: blast furnace, iron ore, pig iron, rotary kiln, sponge iron, Iron, iron ore, Iron ores, Plants, Process, Processes, Sponge iron, steel
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