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Blom/Morik/2016a: Resource-Aware Steel Production Through Data Mining

Bibtype Inproceedings
Bibkey Blom/Morik/2016a
Author Blom, Hendrik and Morik, Katharina
Editor "Berendt, Bettina and Bringmann, Bj{\"o}rn and Fromont, {\'E}lisa and Garriga, Gemma and Miettinen, Pauli and Tatti, Nikolaj and Tresp, Volker"
Title Resource-Aware Steel Production Through Data Mining
Booktitle Machine Learning and Knowledge Discovery in Databases
Pages 263--266
Publisher Springer International Publishing
Abstract Today’s steel industry is characterized by overcapacity and increasing competitive pressure. There is a need for continuously improving processes, with a focus on consistent enhancement of efficiency, improvement of quality and thereby better competitiveness. About 70 % of steel is produced using the BF-BOF (Blast Furnace - Blow Oxygen Furnace) route worldwide. The BOF is the first step of controlling the composition of the steel and has an impact on all further processing steps and the overall quality of the end product. Multiple sources of process-related variance and overall harsh conditions for sensors and automation systems in general lead to a process complexity that is not easy to model with thermodynamic or metallurgical approaches. In this paper we want to give an insight how to improve the output quality with machine learning based modeling and which constraints and requirements are necessary for an online application in real-time.
Year 2016
Projekt SFB876-B3
Url https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-319-46131-1_31
 
Bibtex Here you can get this literature entry as year = {2016},
pages = {263--266},
publisher = {Springer International Publishing},
url = {https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-319-46131-1_31},
abstract = {Today’s steel industry is characterized by overcapacity and increasing competitive pressure. There is a need for continuously improving processes, with a focus on consistent enhancement of efficiency, improvement of quality and thereby better competitiveness. About 70 % of steel is produced using the BF-BOF (Blast Furnace - Blow Oxygen Furnace) route worldwide. The BOF is the first step of controlling the composition of the steel and has an impact on all further processing steps and the overall quality of the end product. Multiple sources of process-related variance and overall harsh conditions for sensors and automation systems in general lead to a process complexity that is not easy to model with thermodynamic or metallurgical approaches. In this paper we want to give an insight how to improve the output quality with machine learning based modeling and which constraints and requirements are necessary for an online application in real-time.}
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