This article discusses the transition stage, which is the last stage before the green end stage. The transition stage involves upgrading the technology of existing integrated steel plants to low-carbon technology to reduce emissions by up to 80%. However, the...
It is believed that the steel industry goes through three stages in the reduction of carbon emissions before the near-zero stage is reached. These stages are the optimization stage, transition stage, and green end stage. The purpose of this article series is to...
Steel is of great importance in today’s society. Being one of the most important engineering and construction materials, it can be found almost everywhere we go. The steel industry is under great pressure because it needs to reduce its CO2 emissions from an...
How has Luxmet changed in the past year? At the end of 2019, we completed ArcSpec’s years of product development and were able to start aggressively marketing ArcSpec globally. Helped by the investment round that was completed a year ago, we have been able to speed up...
The Electric Arc Furnace (EAF) process is extremely energy-intensive and emits massive amounts of light. These light emissions provide a lot of information about the EAF process and can therefore be used as a control parameter in the process (Aula 2016). This short...
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