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Grip, C., Larsson, M., Harvey, S. och Nilsson, L. (2013) *Process integration. Tests and application of different tools on an integrated steelmaking site*.

** BibTeX **

@article{

Grip2013,

author={Grip, C. E. and Larsson, M. and Harvey, Simon and Nilsson, L.},

title={Process integration. Tests and application of different tools on an integrated steelmaking site},

journal={Applied Thermal Engineering},

issn={1359-4311},

volume={53},

issue={2},

pages={366-372},

abstract={The energy network in Lulea consists of the steel plant, heat and power production and district heating. Global system studies are necessary to avoid sub-optimization and to deliver energy and/or material efficiency. SSAB began work with global simulation models in 1978. After that several more specialized process integration tools have been tested and used: Mathematical programming using an MILP method, exergy analysis and Pinch analysis. Experiences and examples of results with the different methods are given and discussed. Mathematical programming has been useful to study problems involving the total system with streams of different types of energy and material and reaction between them. Exergy is useful to describe energy problems involving different types of energy, e.g. systematic analysis of rest energies. Pinch analysis has been used especially on local systems with streams of heat energy and heat exchange between them.},

year={2013},

keywords={Process integration, Pinch analysis, Mathematical programming, Exergy, Energy efficiency, blast-furnace, optimization, reduction, model, energy, flows },

}

** RefWorks **

RT Journal Article

SR Electronic

ID 180118

A1 Grip, C. E.

A1 Larsson, M.

A1 Harvey, Simon

A1 Nilsson, L.

T1 Process integration. Tests and application of different tools on an integrated steelmaking site

YR 2013

JF Applied Thermal Engineering

SN 1359-4311

VO 53

IS 2

SP 366

OP 372

AB The energy network in Lulea consists of the steel plant, heat and power production and district heating. Global system studies are necessary to avoid sub-optimization and to deliver energy and/or material efficiency. SSAB began work with global simulation models in 1978. After that several more specialized process integration tools have been tested and used: Mathematical programming using an MILP method, exergy analysis and Pinch analysis. Experiences and examples of results with the different methods are given and discussed. Mathematical programming has been useful to study problems involving the total system with streams of different types of energy and material and reaction between them. Exergy is useful to describe energy problems involving different types of energy, e.g. systematic analysis of rest energies. Pinch analysis has been used especially on local systems with streams of heat energy and heat exchange between them.

LA eng

DO 10.1016/j.applthermaleng.2012.03.040

LK http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.applthermaleng.2012.03.040

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