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Published in: Metallurgist 7-8/2011

01-11-2011

Comparative ecological and greenhouse analysis of alternative coke-less processes for making pig iron and steel

Authors: V. G. Lisienko, A. V. Lapteva, Yu. N. Chesnokov

Published in: Metallurgist | Issue 7-8/2011

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Abstract

A comparative analysis is made of greenhouse-gas emissions by alternative coke-less metallurgical processes for making pig iron, metallized pellets, and steel. The concept of technological greenhouse number is used in the analysis. Specific data obtained as part of an environmental-energy analysis of the given processes show that DA-V technology (direct alloying with vanadium) and the Romelt process have advantages over the other solid- and liquid-phase metallurgical processes. A comparison is also made between the energy content of the different technologies and the losses incurred due to hazardous emissions and greenhouse gases.
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Metadata
Title
Comparative ecological and greenhouse analysis of alternative coke-less processes for making pig iron and steel
Authors
V. G. Lisienko
A. V. Lapteva
Yu. N. Chesnokov
Publication date
01-11-2011
Publisher
Springer US
Published in
Metallurgist / Issue 7-8/2011
Print ISSN: 0026-0894
Electronic ISSN: 1573-8892
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1007/s11015-011-9454-y

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