Technical / Welding, Metallurgy & Corrosion Engineering

Durations : 5 Days

Modern Steel Furnaces Technology: Maintenance & Operation

TW103

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Arc furnaces are special loads used by steel factories and aluminum alloys manufacturers. They consist of the furnace shell, on load tap-changing furnace transformer, power transformer, furnace circuit break, flexible leads, graphite electrodes, control system, reactors, power factor correction capacitors, static VAR compensators (TCR/FC) and harmonic filters.

This course consists of five-day classes. The course is intended for operating personnel.

Areas covered include basic heat transfer, fuel, refractory, principals of design applications and operation of different pipe steel heaters (furnaces), heat exchangers and coolers.

Supervisors, technicians, foremen, pourers and operators are in petrochemical plants.

  • Introduction To Furnace
  • Refractoriness Operation Of Machines And Its Relation To Failure
  • Refractoriness
  • Advantages Of Catalytic Cracking Over Thermal Cracking
  • Thermal Cracking Reaction
  • Influence Of Various Parameters In Cracking
  • Heat Transfer
  • Factor Affecting Heat Transfer
  • Types Of Exchangers
  • Fired Heater (Furnace)
  • Cooling Towers
  • Presentation & Slides
  • Audio Visual Aids
  • Interactive Discussion
  • Participatory Exercise
  • Action Learning
  • Class Activities
  • Case Studies
  • Workshops
  • Simulation

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