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Heating and heat treatment
Название Using a Phoenix TM autonomous automated system for monitoring temperature field of metal to be heated in metallurgical furnaces
Автор A. A. Ulanovskiy, M. Taake, A. M. Belenkiy, A. N. Bursin, S. I. Chibizova
Информация об авторе

Obninsk Thermoelectrical company (Obninsk, Russia):

A. A. Ulanovskiy, Cand. Eng., Director


Phoenix TM GmbH (Bad Oeynrhausen, Germany):
M. Taake, Director


“Innovationa and power saving” company (Moscow, Russia):
A. M. Belenkiy, Dr. Eng., General Director
A. N. Bursin, Engineer, Senior Researcher


National University of Science and Technology “MISiS” (Moscow, Russia):
S. I. Chibizova, Cand. Eng., Associate Prof., Dept. “Power-efficient and resource-saving industrial technologies”, e-mail: energomet@misis.ru


An energy-efficient technological process in heating furnaces is aimed at ensuring the optimal temperature mode in a working space of the unit. The main parameter of the process, the actual temperature of the metal, is practically not controlled in furnaces. The furnace management is carried out by the readings of zonal thermocouples, which do not accurately monitor the thermal and temperature state of the metal to be heated in the unit. To ensure the specified quality of heating and heat treatment of the metal, it is necessary to know the actual change in its temperature depending on the thermophysical characteristics of the material, the speed of advancement through the unit, and the readings of the furnace instrumentation industrial control system. The methodology to study industrial units based on the Phoenix TM company automated system has been described, which made it possible to improve heating processes at foreign and domestic enterprises in 1999–2018.

Ключевые слова Metallurgical furnace unit, temperature mode, monitoring system, Phoenix TM, directed industrial experiment, improving the quality of heating
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