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Mini-Steel-Rolling Sequence Critical Analysis For Reinforcement Bar Production For Sustainable Manufacturing-A Case Study

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Atul Modi, Ravikant Sharma, Yogesh Jaiswal, Sukhlal Mujalda, Sujeet Pratap Singh Baghel



KEYWORDS: Sustainable manufacturing, Hot-charging system, Mini-Steel-Rolling processes Energy wastage.



Abstract: The modern mini-steel plant is a step toward quality, flexibility productivity, efficient energy use and good working conditions for consistent performance. The increased energy costs due to strict environment norms have created the demand for a system in the steel plant, that recover the process thermal heat or improve rolling process so next further processing may be avoided [14]. The Hot-charging system is a new development and its critical analysis for process energy optimization and energy cost also improve the rolling plant energy efficiency, improve the working atmosphere of the plant and environment both. The optimization strategy is also useful for pollution minimization by energy minimum use, which is now essential due to strict norms and regulation. By this paper a methodology will be develop for batch manufacturing organization to work as robust enterprises with energy considerations.



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