Big data reduces seaborne GHGs, says Tata

Big data reduces seaborne GHGs, says Tata

22nd September, 2021

Tata Steel has joined forces with a Danish technology company to use big-data to help lower emissions from ships delivering vital raw material to its European operations.

Electric and hydrogen steelmaking the key to decarbonisation

Electric and hydrogen steelmaking the key to decarbonisation

21st September, 2021

The widespread introduction of electric arc furnaces and the adoption of hydrogen production processes will transform the global steel industry over the next two decades, the European Electric Steelmaking Conference was told.

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Eradicate inclusion problems in steel – Inclusion analysis with unparalleled speed

10th August, 2021

For many steel grades, controlling non-metallic inclusions is crucial for the smooth running of the production process, and to guarantee targeted steel properties. Indeed, non-metallic micro-inclusions often have a negative impact on steel properties and the smooth running of the production process. The presence of inclusions increases costs due to the resultant de-classification of steel, process interruptions or scrapping. Effective and timely management of critical inclusions offers significant benefits.

Latest issue: August 2021

August 2021

Steelmakers leading the charge in climate battle

Climate change, greenhouse gas emissions, global warming, are all words and phrases that are now well-worn and commonplace around the world; everybody’s talking about the environment and how we can avert the seemingly inevitable natural disasters caused by human interference with eco-systems and the well-being of the planet. And while there are some people who don’t believe a word of it – normally right-leaning politicians and the businessmen who support them – the general view is that the planet is warming up, we’re experiencing extreme weather in the form of flooding, high winds and so forth and it’s about time we sorted it out.

The steel industry, we are told, accounts for something like 7% of…