Air Pollution Problems and Control Measures in Steel Making Through Dri Route
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Handbook of Environment and Waste Management: Air and Water Pollution Control
© 2012 by World Scientific Publishing Co. Pte. Ltd. All rights reserved. The tremendous demand for steel and shortage of steel scrap in the world market boost the efforts to develop alternative steel-making process than the conventional blast furnace (BF) – basic oxygen furnace (BOF) route giving birth to directly reduced iron (DRI/sponge iron) process during the 1980s. The technological topics covered are pollution problems encountered, control measures, and enforcement mechanism adopted for sponge iron plants.
Meikap, B. C.; Swar, Akhila Kumar; Mohanty, Chittaranjan; Sahu, J. N.; and Hung, Yung Tse, "Air Pollution Problems and Control Measures in Steel Making Through Dri Route" (2012). Civil and Environmental Engineering Faculty Publications. 169.