New PDF release: Matching Supply with Demand: An Introduction to Operations

By Gerard Cachon, Christian Terwiesch

ISBN-10: 0073525162

ISBN-13: 9780073525167

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For us, the preheater is a resource that receives iron ore from the initial inventory and processes it. 4. From the preheater, a large bucket elevator transports the ore to the second process step, the lock hoppers. The lock hoppers consist of three large containers, separated by sets of double isolation valves. Their role is to allow the ore to transition from an oxygen-rich environment to a hydrogen atmosphere. Following the lock hoppers, the ore enters the circulating fluid bed reactor (CFB, 1 st reactor), where the actual reduction process begins.

This second reaction takes about four hours. The reactor is the size of a medium two-family home and contains 400 tons of the hot iron ore at any given moment in time. 4. has extended to something similar to Figure 3 . S . S, we decided to omit the bucket elevator. There is no clear rule on when it is appropriate to omit a small step and when a step would have to be included in the process flow diagram. A reasonably good rule of thumb is to only include those process steps that are likely to affect the process flow or the economics of the process.

Following the lock hoppers, the ore enters the circulating fluid bed reactor (CFB, 1 st reactor), where the actual reduction process begins. The reduction process requires the ore to be in the reactor for I S minutes. After this first reduction, the material flows into the stationary fluid bed reactor (FB, 2nd reactor). This second reaction takes about four hours. The reactor is the size of a medium two-family home and contains 400 tons of the hot iron ore at any given moment in time. 4. has extended to something similar to Figure 3 .

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