Combustion Techniques in Remote CC-HDR Process

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Title Combustion Techniques in Remote CC-HDR Process
Creator Onoda, Masami; Okimori, Mayumi; Takikawa, Iemitsu; Ikezaki, Eiji; Hiramoto, Yuji
Publisher Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah
Date 1991
Spatial Coverage presented at Honolulu, Hawaii
Abstract The remote CC-HDR process went into operation at Yawata Works, Nippon Steel, in June 1987. The new process is an advanced version of the proximate CC-HDR process in which the continuous caster is located adjacent to hot rolling mill, as represented by Nippon Steel's Sakai Works. In this remote CC-HDR process, the new insulater with the luminous wall burners and the slab edge heater by the jet gas impinging were developed and installed in order to keep the slab edge temperature high enough to be rolled at the hot strip mill. These important combustion technologies that made great contributions to the realization of the remote CC-HDR process are described.
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Date Created 2012-04-20
Date Modified 2012-09-05
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