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Zrelec D.,Tenova Goodfellow Inc.
AISTech - Iron and Steel Technology Conference Proceedings | Year: 2013

Improvements to the typical combustion gap dilution and the overall EAF 4th hole hot gas mixing process results in improved performance and a more efficient fume & heat control system, all the way to the baghouse. Improved furnace draft, reduced requirements for the combustion chamber size, cooling water capacity, dilution from canopy and the overall baghouse capacity are major benefits dictating modification of the typical combustion gap. An up to date result summary from the ongoing project at AMLC are shown below. Unfortunately, at the time of the writing of this paper, the pilot installation at the AMLC was still in progress, delayed due to the budget cuts, with the startup and commissioning schedule in July 2013.


Zuliani D.J.,Tenova Goodfellow Inc.
AISTech - Iron and Steel Technology Conference Proceedings | Year: 2013

BF/BOF steelmakers are faced with rapidly fluctuating ore/scrap prices, record low natural gas prices, aging facilities and tightening environmental regulations. Remaining viable increasingly requires flexible technologies that can take advantage of arising raw materials and energy opportunities while avoiding potential technology pitfalls. This paper describes results from Tenova's highly flexible BF/BOF technologies capable of producing steel from a diverse raw materials & energy mix with high energy efficiency, productivity & yield and reduced emissions.


Patent
Tenova Goodfellow Inc. | Date: 2014-03-03

A system for measuring water and/or gaseous phase content of high temperature process gases includes a probe for gas sample extraction and cooling temperatures below those which probe filter or gas analyzer components degrade. A heated gas extraction tube provided within the probe interior operates to maintain the thermal stability of the cooled gas sample to preserve chemical integrity.


Trademark
Tenova Goodfellow Inc. | Date: 2016-03-24

control systems for industrial furnaces comprising electric control panels, electrical controllers for regulating furnace operating conditions and computer software for use in regulating and controlling industrial furnace operation; furnace sensors and probes; optical sensors; gas sensors and probes; gas analyzers; computer software for controlling industrial equipment and furnaces.


Trademark
Tenova Goodfellow Inc. | Date: 2012-04-10

Electric control systems for machines, namely, control systems for industrial furnaces; furnace sensors and probes, namely, temperature sensors, pressure sensors, optical sensors, namely, light level sensors, light intensity sensors, light frequency sensors, optical frequency metrology sensors; gas sensors and probes, namely, combustion gas analyzers, off-gas analyzers, residual gas analyzers, off-gas detectors; computer software for controlling industrial equipment in furnaces.

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