2 Conferences - 1 Location 29. August - 2. September 2022, Bremen – Germany

8th ECIC European Coke and Ironmaking Congress

9th ICSTI International Conference on Science and Technology of Ironmaking


Program of ECIC & ICSTI 2022

29 August - 2 September 2022

Monday 29 Early Congress registration | Get-together
Tuesday 30 Opening / plenary session | Technical sessions Exhibition
Wednesday 31 Technical sessions | Evening event
Thursday 1 Technical sessions | Closing session | Farewell event
Friday 2 Plant visits


 Room „Hanse“Room „Borgwald“Room „Focke Wulf“Room „Lloyd“
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Opening Session
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Opening of the conference by the chairman
Hans Bodo Lüngenon behalf of Steel Institute VDEh
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Welcome address by the host
Stefanie BrockmannSteel Institute VDEh
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Key Notes
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ArcelorMittal Bremen - The road to green steel
Frank HohlwegArcelorMittal Bremen
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Exploring Paul Wurth's latest technological developments: How are we in SMS group building on our metallurgical expertise to advance green iron & steelmaking?
Georges RasselPaul Wurth & CEO Region Europe SMS group
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Leaving Carbon Behind - A Long Bumpy Road Ahead!
Alexander FleischanderlPrimetals Technologies
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Plenary I - State of the art and technical innovations in ironmaking
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Economically viable and sustainable approaches to secure European steelmaking industry
Markus DorndorfTENOVA Germany
  • Pablo Duarte, TENOVA HYL
  • Andre Esterhuizen, TENOVA South Africa Pty Ltd
  • Jorge Martinez, TENOVA HYL
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HBI: Steel’s most versatile metallic in the transition to the hydrogen economy
Sean BoyleMidrex Technologies, Inc
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Factors determining the best composition of the ferrous burden in the blast furnace
Rénard ChaigneauBaffinland
  • Maarten Geerdes, Geerdes Advies
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Plenary II - Regional developments in ironmaking facing the challenges of the future
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Comparison of blast furnace operation in China and Europe
Maarten GeerdesGeerdes Advies
  • Yongzhi Sha, Chinese Institute of Iron and Steel Industry
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Status and development of ironmaking in Russia
Yakov GordonHatch
  • Aleksey Tretyak, Union ff Ironmakers
  • Dmitrii Tikhonov, DDGTech
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The European iron and steelmaking industry on the way to climate neutral production in the years to come
Hans Bodo Lüngenon behalf of Steel Institute VDEh
  • Peter Schmöle, Schmöle Consulting
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Chinese ironmaking industry: Recent development and future perspective
Tianjun Yang – Online Speaker – University of Science and Technology, Beijing
  • Jianliang Zhang, University of Science and Technology Beijing
  • Zhengjian Liu, University of Science and Technology Beijing
  • Kejiang Li, University of Science and Technology Beijing
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Ways to low-CO2 or climate neutral iron and steelmaking I - General view for ways and measures
15:30
Roadmap for decarbonising the German steel industry
Ali AydemirFraunhofer ISI
Coking coal and coal blending practice
15:30
In-situ study of plastic layer permeability during coking of Australian coking coals
Soonho LeeThe University of Newcastle
  • Arash Tahmasebi, The University of Newcastle
Fundamentals in blast furnace ironmaking
15:30
Mini blast furnace project
Peer Eric GüntherTU Bergakademie Freiberg
  • Erik Oldinski, TU Bergakademie Freiberg / Institut für Eisen- und Stahltechnologie
  • Lukas Neubert, TU Bergakademie Freiberg / Institut für Eisen- und Stahltechnologie
Blast furnace campaign and campaign life extension
15:30
Research and countermeasure on abnormal erosion of hearth lining in modern blast furnace
Fuming ZhangShougang Group Co., Ltd.
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Holistic CO2e accounting for alternative ironmaking
Richard ElliottHatch Ltd.
  • Don Tu, Hatch Ltd.
  • Ian Cameron, Hatch Ltd.
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Characterisation of complex coal blends using Optical imaging system
Priyanthi Hapugoda – Online Speaker – CSIRO
15:55
Blast furnace flame temperature calculation improvements
John BusserHatch Inc
15:55
Estimation of the local wall-mushroom thickness at the blast furnace taphole
Henrik SaxenAbo Akademi University
  • Jan van der Stel, Tata Steel Europe
  • Gerard Louwerse, Tata Steel Europe
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Dynamic analysis of raceway formation
Hiroshi NogamiTohoku University
  • Shinsuke Taya, Tohoku University
  • Seiya Ueda, Tohoku University
  • Shungo Natsui, Tohoku University
16:20
Challenges and improvements in the second campaign of ArcelorMittal Tubarão Blast Furnace #3
Filipe SathlerArcelorMittal Tubarão
  • Breno Rosa, ArcelorMittal Brasil
  • Jose Antônio Pereira Novaes, ArcelorMittal Brasil
  • Filipe Sathler, ArcelorMittal Brasil
  • Leonardo Passos Perdigão, ArcelorMittal Brasil
  • Estefan Campos Ribeiro, ArcelorMittal Brasil
  • Claudio Cesar da Costa, ArcelorMittal Brasil
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Ways to low-CO2 or climate neutral iron and steelmaking II - Smart carbon usage – CO2 capture and storage, Carbon capture and usage
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Sustainable production of low carbon, renewable fuels by fermenting industrial process gasses from the iron and steel industry
Wim Van der StrichtArcelorMittal
  • Katharina Schwarz, Primetal Technologies
  • Prabhakar NAIR, LanzaTech
  • Alexander Fleischanderl, Primetal Technologies
Coke oven gas cleaning and utilization of by-products
16:30
Removal of H2S from coke oven gas by ammonia absorption column
Andre SantosArcelorMittal Brasil
  • Ruam Pires, ArcelorMittal Brasil
  • Leonardo Mello, ArcelorMittal Brasil
  • Odilon Silva, ArcelorMittal Brasil
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Computational study of gas-flow and temperature distribution in the blast furnace throat region
Debanga MondalAbo Akademi University
  • Debanga Nandan Mondal, Abo Akademi University
  • Olli Mattila, SSAB Europe Raahe
  • Timo Paananen, SSAB Europe Raahe
  • Yalcin Kaymak, VDEh Betriebsforschungsinstitut
  • Hauke Bartusch, VDEh Betriebsforschungsinstitut
  • Weiqiang Liu, Abo Akademi University
16:45
Campaign life extension JSW BF#4 Vijayanagar using Rutilit®
Maurits Van den BergVenator Germany GmbH
  • Ralf-Joachim Gerlach, Venator Germany GmbH
  • Lokendraraj Singh, JSW Steel Ltd.
  • Naveen Singh, JSW Steel Ltd.
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Opportunities of blast furnace ironmaking to contribute to decarbonisation targets via carbon dioxide capture and utilisation
Yichao HuThe University of Queensland
  • Mengran Li, Delft University of Technology
  • Tom Rufford, The University of Queensland
  • Geoff Wang, The University of Queensland
  • Liangyuan Hao, Hesteel Group Company
16:55
Revamping of high pressure gas treatment unit at Zentralkokerei Saar Gmbh (ZKS)
Damien StreiffZentralkokerei Saar GmbH
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Blast furnace thermal control reconsidered
Peter WarrenBritish Steel Ltd
  • Maarten Geerdes, Geerdes Advies
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High blast temperature study of large blast furnace stove in SHOUGANG
Guanjun Chen – Online Speaker – Research Institute of Technology in SHOUGANG Group
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Presentation of thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions
To be announcedthyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions
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Influence of iron ore shape on reduction behavior in single particle by 3-dimensional numeric assessment
Jeong-In KimTohoku University
  • Hiroshi Nogami, Institute of Multidisciplinary Research for Advanced Materials, Tohoku University
  • Shungo Natsui, Institute of Multidisciplinary Research for Advanced Materials, Tohoku University
17:35
Investigation of Molten Slag Flow and Interactions in the Packed Bed
Xue Feng DongSchool of Mechanical, Materials, Mechatronic and Biomedical Engineering, University of Wollongong
  • Apsara Jayasekara, School of Mechanical, Materials, Mechatronic and Biomedical Engineering, University of Wollongong
  • Dominique Sert, ArcelorMittal Maizieres Research SA
  • Rodolfo Paulo Santos Ferreira, ArcelorMittal Maizieres Research SA
  • Pascal Gardin, ArcelorMittal Maizieres Research SA
  • Brian Monaghan, School of Mechanical, Materials, Mechatronic and Biomedical Engineering, University of Wollongong
  • Sheng Chew, Coke & Ironmaking Technology, BlueScope Ltd
  • David Pinson, Coke & Ironmaking Technology, BlueScope Ltd
  • Paul Zulli, School of Mechanical, Materials, Mechatronic and Biomedical Engineering, University of Wollongong
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 Room „Hanse“Room „Borgwald“Room „Focke Wulf“Room „Lloyd“
8:30 
Ways to low-CO2 or climate neutral iron and steelmaking III - Smart carbon usage – General approach
8:30
Biofuel for ironmaking
Maarten GeerdesGeerdes Advies
Coke plant operation, instrumentation and coke quality
8:30
The lifecycle of a quenching tower at the Schwelgern coke plant.
Michael Cremerthyssenkrupp Steel Europe AG
Blast furnace refractories and blast furnace gas
8:30
Blast furnace clean gas vent line eliminating blow-down and shut-down dust emissions
Reinoud van LaarDanieli Corus BV
  • Co Author, Hyundai Steel Company
  • Reinoud Van Laar, Danieli Corus
Blast furnace construction and design
8:30
Blast furnace hearth refractory lining management
Afshin SadriHatch
  • Wai Lai Ying, Hatch
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Evaluation for CO2 reduction at existing ironmaking sites
Bart de GraaffDanieli Corus
  • Jan De Weerdt, Danieli Corus
  • Michael Skorianz, Danieli Corus
8:55
Knowledge-driven process, KPI, maintenance and reliability monitoring through Paul Wurth CMXpert™ system.
Volodymyr KuskovPaul Wurth S.A.
  • Christian Dengler, Paul Wurth S.A.
8:55
Off gas cleaning efficiency is affected by nozzles and separators
Arndt WilhelmiLechler GmbH
  • Eduardo Bernauer, Lechler GmbH
  • Willi Jansen, Lechler GmbH
8:55
Discussion on absorption of expansion of hearth lining by filling
Qun NiuCISDI R&D Co. Ltd.
  • Jiuhui Jiang, CISDI Chongqing Information Technology Co., Ltd.
  • Min Chen, CISDI Chongqing Information Technology Co., Ltd.
  • Jun Xu, CISDI R&D Co. Ltd.
  • Yunjian Zhao, CISDI R&D Co. Ltd.
  • Zhongping Zou, CISDI R&D Co. Ltd.
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Ways to low-CO2 or climate neutral iron and steelmaking IV - Smart carbon usage – Oxygen and top gas recycling blast furnace
9:20
Top gas recycling revisited to reduce blast furnace CO2 emissions
Nicholas AubryHatch
  • Tom Honeyands, University of Newcastle / Newcastle Institute for Energy and Resources
  • Ben Ellis, BHP
  • Xinliang Liu, BHP
  • Kyle Lefebvre, Hatch Ltd.
  • Ian Cameron, Hatch Ltd
9:20
Predictive gas pressure models as a tool to extend lifetime of coke ovens
Bert GolsTata Steel Europe
9:20
New approaches towards green and nanoscale binders for blast furnace refractories
Jan AltgaßenBeck u. Kaltheuner Feuerfeste Erzeugnisse GmbH & Co. KG
  • Ansgar Schepers, Beck u. Kaltheuner Feuerfeste Erzeugnisse GmbH & Co. KG
9:20
The Bosh Modernization of Hyundai Steel Company Dangjin No. 3
Reinoud van LaarDanieli Corus BV
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Gasification and mechanical strength of metallurgical coke
Anne HeikkiläUniversity of Oulu
  • Timo Fabritius, University of OUlu
  • Mikko Iljana, University of Oulu
  • Aki Koskela, University of Oulu
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Ways to low-CO2 or climate neutral iron and steelmaking V - Carbon direct avoidance – Electric hot metal, submerged arc furnace and hydrogen plasma smelting
10:20
Smart combination of new Midrex direct reduction plants in existing blast-furnace-based integrated plants: solutions for lowering OPEX and CO2 emissions vs the stand-alone approach
Fabio MuscolinoPaul Wurth Italia
  • Zak van der Westhuizen, METIX
  • Joe Bartholme, Paul Wurth S.A.
  • Stefano Magnani, Paul Wurth Italia
  • Fabio Cravino, Paul Wurth Italia
Fundamentals in blast furnace ironmaking
10:20
Isolating the influence of mineralogy and microstructure on iron-ore sinter reduction in the shaft and reserve zone of the blast furnace: lab experiments and thermodynamic modelling
James SmallTata Steel
  • Chloe Buytendijk, Tata Steel
  • Stefan Melzer, Tata Steel
  • Sieger van der Laan, Tata Steel
  • Kooij Chris, Tata Steel
  • Enno Zinngrebe, Tata Steel
  • Yanping Xiao, Tata Steel
  • Magdalini Ntouma, Tata Steel
  • Frank van der Does, Tata Steel
  • Mary Wijngaarden-Kroft, Tata Steel
Injection of auxiliary reductants (coal, oil, gas, plastics) and oxygen I
10:20
Temperature monitoring in the raceway during the injection of PC: Thermovision camera measurements
Fabian PerretRWTH Aachen
  • Alexander Babich, RWTH Aachen / IEHK
  • Dieter Senk , RWTH Aachen / IEHK
Blast furnace tuyeres and cooling
10:20
ILTEC Technology – New pathways towards safe and effective cooling
Martina HanelMettop GmbH
  • Hans-Jörg Krassnig, Mettop GmbH
  • Andreas Filzwieser, Mettop GmbH
  • Martina Hanel, Mettop GmbH
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Considerations for the use of hydrogen-based DRI in electric steelmaking
Richard ElliottHatch Ltd.
  • Ian Cameron, Hatch Ltd.
  • Laura Mariani, Hatch Ltd.
  • Sa Ge, Hatch Ltd.
10:45
Computer aided multidisciplinary approach to monitor and control pellet fines flow in the pellet blast furnace ironmaking
Olli MattilaSSAB Europe Oy
  • Timo Paananen, SSAB Europe Oy
  • Lauri Halonen, Sapotech Oy
  • Juha Roininen, Sapotech Oy
  • Iikka Salmela, Sapotech Oy
  • Henrik Saxen, Åbo Akademi
10:45
Simulation aided extraction of conversion rates of auxiliary reducing agents (ARAs)
Thomas NanzK1-MET GmbH
  • Michael Harasek, TU Wien ICEBE
  • Magdalena Schatzl, K1-MET GmbH
  • Johannes Rieger, K1-MET GmbH
  • Hugo Stocker, voestalpine Stahl Donawitz GmbH
  • Christoph Feilmayr, voestalpine Stahl GmbH
  • Franz Hauzenberger, Primetals Technologies Austria GmbH
  • Markus Bösenhofer, K1-MET GmbH / TU Wien ICEBE
10:45
ionicLife cast technology - real copper in copper cast for tuyeres
Martina HanelMettop GmbH
  • Javier Bolado, Welding Copper
  • Andreas Filzwieser, Mettop GmbH
  • Hans-Jörg Krassnig, Mettop GmbH
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Advanced melting furnace technology for green steel production
Kyle ChomynHatch Ltd
  • Terrence Koehler, Hatch Ltd
  • Sa Ge, Hatch Ltd
11:10
Scale production of pig iron with specified chemical composition in blast furnace operated with 100% pellets
Igor ShepetovskyJSC "Kosaya Gora Iron Works"
  • Ivan Chmerenko, JSC
  • Andrew Shalygin, JSC
  • Rustam Nuriev, JSC
  • Konstantin Myasnikov, JSC
11:10
Blast furnace operation practice with co-injection of natural gas and PCI
Yakov GordonHatch
  • Andrei Sorokin, NLMK
  • Vladislav Listopadov, NLMK
  • Vladimir Titov, NLMK
  • Larisa Gileva, Ural Federal University
  • Sergei Myasoedov, NLMK
  • Sergei Filatov, NLMK
  • Segei Zagainov, Ural Deferal University
11:10
Operational feedback of blast furnace anti-wear copper staves
Edward LongPrimetals Technologies
  • Ross Edmond, Primetals Technologies
  • Jarmo Naula, SSAB Europe Oy
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Sustainable steel – Carbon free steelmaking by hydrogen plasma smelting reduction
Daniel ErnstMontanuniversitaet Leoben,
  • Michael Zarl, K1-MET GmbH
  • Axel Sormann, K1-MET GmbH
  • Bernhard Geier, voestalpine Stahl Donawitz GmbH
  • Christoph Thaler, voestalpine Stahl Linz GmbH
  • Johannes Schenk, Montanuniversitaet Leoben
11:35
Evaluation of Hearth Condition over Whyalla No. 2 Blast Furnace Campaign
Xue Feng DongSchool of Mechanical, Materials, Mechatronic and Biomedical Engineering, University of Wollongong
  • John Tsalapatis, Ironmaking, Liberty Primary Steel
  • Matthew Middleton, Ironmaking, Liberty Primary Steel
  • Paul Zulli, School of Mechanical, Materials, Mechatronic and Biomedical Engineering, University of Wollongong
11:35
Conceptive design and analysis on vanadia-titania magnetite blast furnace with abandoned basic oxygen furnace gas injection
Hanlin SongNortheastern University
  • Zixian Gao, Northeastern University
  • Gongjin Cheng, Northeastern University
  • Xiangxin Xue, Northeastern University
  • Jinpeng Zhang, Northeastern University
11:35
Discussion on long life technology of copper stave
Qun NiuCISDI R&D Co. Ltd.
  • Yu Zhong, CISDI Chongqing Information Technology Co., Ltd.
  • Yunjian Zhao, CISDI R&D Co. Ltd.
  • Jun Xu, CISDI R&D Co. Ltd.
  • Zhongping Zou, CISDI R&D Co. Ltd.
  • Qun Niu, CISDI R&D Co. Ltd.
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Comparative analysis of blast furnace cooler sytem performance with different preservation techniques and design conditions
Eustáquio Vieira JuniorTernium Brasil
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Ways to low-CO2 or climate neutral iron and steelmaking VI - Carbon direct avoidance – Gas and hydrogen based direct reduction
13:20
SALCOS® – the sustainable way of green steel production
Alexander RedeniusSalzgitter Mannesmann
  • Peter Juchmann, Salzgitter-Flachstahl GmbH
Modern process control techniques
13:20
Channelling in the blast furnace
Maarten GeerdesGeerdes Advies
Injection of auxiliary reductants (coal, oil, gas, plastics) and oxygen II
13:20
Effect of PC residues on the BF streaming conditions
Fabian PerretRWTH Aachen
  • Dieter Senk, RWTH Aachen / IEHK
  • Alexander Babich, RWTH Aachen/ IEHK
Blast furnace charging
13:20
Simulation of burden charging in a blast furnace equipped with a bell-less top system using Discrete Element method
Rodrigo Magalhães Ternium
  • Luis Marcelo Marques Tavares, UFRJ
  • Emerson Reikdal da Cunha, UFRJ
  • Rodrigo Magalhaes de Carvalho, UFRJ
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Hydrogen based direct reduction for CO2-lean steelmaking
Amaia SasiainK1-MET GmbH
  • Andreas Spanlang , K1-MET GmbH
  • Katharina Rechberger, K1-MET GmbH
  • Hermann Wolfmeir, voestalpine Stahl GmbH
  • Christopher Harris, voestalpine Stahl GmbH
13:45
Improving blast furnace thermal control by integrating continuous hot metal temperature measurement
Lijia WuAG der Dillinger Hüttenwerke
  • Rongshan Lin, AG der Dliinger Hüttenwerke
  • Dieter Senk, IEHK RWTH Aachen University
  • Alexander Babich, IEHK RWTH Aachen University
  • Stephan Hojda, AG der Dliinger Hüttenwerke
  • Pierre Van Dorpe, PAUL WURTH S.A.
  • Juraj Micák, PAUL WURTH S.A.
13:45
Improvement of blast furnace operation and carbon footprint using the state-of-the-art Oxygen Pulsing Technology
Bartosz SmahaThyssenKrupp Steel Europe AG
  • R. Klock, thyssenkrupp AT.PRO tec GmbH
  • C. Morrison, Primetals Technologies Limited
  • W. Edmond, Primetals Technologies Limited
  • H. Bartusch, VDEh-Betriebsforschungsinstitut GmbH
  • M. Juen, thyssenkrupp AT.PRO tec GmbH
13:45
Development and application of a 3D sector model for blast furnace burden distribution
Zongyan ZhouMonash University
  • Sheng Chew, Bluescope Steel Research
  • David Pinson, Bluescope Steel Research
  • Yinxuan Qiu, Monash University
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Process and equipment design of an open bath furnace for the production of hot metal
Brett BelfordSMS group GmbH
  • Tim Kleier, Paul Wurth S.A.
  • Leander Reuter, Paul Wurth S.A.
14:10
The development of a modern BF-hearth side wall observation management
Eric SchaubPaul Wurth Deutschland GmbH
  • Ralf Allmannsdörfer, Paul Wurth Deutschland GmbH
  • Markus Bierod, Paul Wurth Deutschland GmbH
  • Volker Dulz , Paul Wurth Deutschland GmbH
  • Rudolf Hebel, Paul Wurth Deutschland GmbH
  • Martina Engelmann, Paul Wurth Deutschland GmbH
  • Stephan Bamberg, Paul Wurth Deutschland GmbH
14:10
The PCI expansion at Ternium' blast furnaces in Brazil
Beatriz LopesTERNIUM BR
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Sinter plant operation, gas cleaning and automation
14:55
SmartSinter – Bulk material tracking and its properties
Christian Weichboldvoestalpine Stahl Donawitz Gmbh / K1-Met GmbH
  • Elmar Schuster, voestalpine Stahl Donawitz GmbH
New developments and fundamentals in direct reduction I
14:55
Rising and failure of gas based direct reduction processes
Yakov GordonHatch
Fundamentals in cokemaking
14:55
Influence of elevated temperature and gas atmosphere on coke abrasion and interface properties in blast furnace and pilot oven cokes
Hannah LomasThe University of Newcastle
  • Hannah Lomas, University of Newcastle
  • Richard Roest, University of Newcastle
  • Hui Wu, University of Wollongong
  • Zhengyi Jiang, University of Wollongong
  • Richard Sakurovs, CSIRO Energy
  • Aaron Anderson, University of Newcastle
  • Anthony Edwards, University of Newcastle
  • Tori Hill, University of Newcastle
  • Merrick R. Mahoney, University of Newcastle
  • Arash Tahmasebi, University of Newcastle
  • Brody Brooks, University of Newcastle
Hot metal and slag quality
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Application of slag holdup index in the dripping zone of the blast furnace
Dong-Geun KimHyundai Steel Company
  • Hyuk Kim, Hyundai Steel Company
  • Ho Jun Youn, Hyundai Steel Company
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Greening Ironmaking – State of the art environmental and energy efficiency solutions for agglomeration and direct reduction plants
Thomas SteinparzerPrimetals Technologies GmbH
  • Alexander Fleischanderl, UP TI
15:20
Carburization and melting characteristics of hydrogen-reduced DRI
Hesham AhmedLulea University of Technology
  • Bo Björkman, Luleå university of Technology
  • Johanna Alatalo, johanna.alatalo_at_afry.com
  • T K Sandeep Kumar, LKAB
  • Hesham Ahmed, Lulea University of Technology
15:20
Comparison between industrial and test oven coke textures and their impact on coke quality
Marc Schultenthyssenkrupp Steel Europe AG
  • Heike Liszio, thyssenkrupp Steel Europe AG
15:20
Development of a highly efficient fluidized lime for hot metal desulfurization based on thermodynamic calculations and industrial validation
Joyce AderholdLhoist Group
  • Leomar Marcon, Lhoist, Germany - Rheinkalk
  • Joyce Aderhold, Lhoist, Germany - Rheinkalk
  • Christopher Pust, Lhoist, Germany - Rheinkalk
  • Martin Boike, Lhoist, Germany - Rheinkalk
  • Lenka Seliga, ArcelorMittal Bremen
  • Jelena Jojic-Nedeljkovic, ArcelorMittal Bremen
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Effect of direct reduction process parameters on DRI re-oxidation behavior
Mohammed Al-ZayerHadeed a SABIC Affiliate
15:45
Characteristics of bio-coke in technical scale cokemaking
Maria LundgrenSwerim AB
  • Lena Sundqvist Ökvist, Swerim AB
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Sinter process optimisation
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GEOSCAN use to control basicity of sinter feed
Luke BalzanScantech International
  • Henry Kurth, Scantech International
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Deactivation of direct reduced iron using organic coating agents
Mohammed Al-ZayerHadeed a SABIC Affiliate
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Influence of coal grain composition and maceral associations on fluidity development during the coking process
Brody BrooksThe University of Newcastle
  • Stephen Brant, BHP
  • Kim Hockings, BHP
  • Soonho Lee, University of Newcastle
  • Brody Brooks, University of Newcastle
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Investigation on microstructure and elemental distribution in phases of an industrial sinter by various methods
Rongshan LinAG der Dillinger Huettenwerke
  • Dieter Georg Senk, RWTH Aachen
  • Mariana Oliveira, AG der Dillinger Huettenwerke
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Impact of microalgae addition on thermoplastic behaviour of Australian metallurgical coals during the coking process
Arash TahmasebiThe University of Newcastle
  • Stephen Brant, BHP
  • Kim Hockings, BHP
  • Brody Brooks, University of Newcastle
  • Apsara Jayasekara, University of Newcastle
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Phase assemblages for high sinter productivity
Roland MežibrickýK1-MET GmbH
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Reflectance measurements coal macerals using Optical imaging system
Priyanthi Hapugoda – Online Speaker – CSIRO
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 Room „Hanse“Room „Borgwald“Room „Focke Wulf“Room „Lloyd“
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Ways to low-CO2 or climate neutral iron and steelmaking IV - Smart carbon usage – Gas and hydrogen injection, DRI/HBI charge into the blast furnace
8:30
Development of advanced H2 utilization technology for reduction of CO2 emission from blast furnace using 12 m3 experimental blast furnace.
Chikashi KamijoNippon Steel Corporation
  • Shin Tomisaki, Nippon Steel Engineering Co., Ltd.
  • Yutaka Ujisawa, Nippon Steel Corporation
  • Koki Nishioka, Nippon Steel Corporation
  • Kaoru Nakano, Nippon Steel Corporation
  • Hiroshi Sakai, Nippon Steel Corporation
  • Kazumoto Kakiuchi, Nippon Steel Corporation
  • Kohei Sunahara, Nippon Steel Corporation
  • Hirokazu Yokoyama, Nippon Steel Corporation
  • Yoshinori Matsukura, Nippon Steel Corporation
Recycling and briquetting I
8:30
Reduction of the carbon footprint: low-carbon BF charge: Sintering substitution by cold process
Nella JanakovaProgres Ekotech, s.r.o.
  • Nella Janakova, Progres Ekotech, s.r.o.
Application examples and horizontal / vertical integration in steel industry
8:30
BF-process monitoring with a soft-sensor for the online measurement of dust concentration in the top gas
Hauke BartuschVDEh-Betriebsforschungsinstitut GmbH
  • Tatjana Mirkovic, Salzgitter Flachstahl GmbH
  • Marcel Kloos, Salzgitter Flachstahl GmbH
  • Matthias Kozariszczuk, VDEh-Betriebsforschungsinstitut GmbH
  • Thorsten Hauck, VDEh-Betriebsforschungsinstitut GmbH
  • Hauke Bartusch, VDEh-Betriebsforschungsinstitut GmbH
  • Pavel Ivashechkin, VDEh-Betriebsforschungsinstitut GmbH
Blast furnace liquid management and casting practice
8:30
Tapping operation in the digital era
Claude MeischTMT
  • Jürgen Hochhaus, AG der Dillinger Hüttenwerke
  • Volker Langer, TMT
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Investigating of H2 and/or hydrogenous gas injection into the blast furnace shaft and tuyere
Mehdi BaniasadiPaul Wurth
  • Cristiano Castagnola, Paul Wurth
  • Maryam Baniasadi, Paul Wurth
  • Klaus-Peter Kinzel, Paul Wurth
  • Philipp Bermes, Paul Wurth
  • Florent Mauret, Paul Wurth
  • Stephan Hojda, Dillingen Hutte
  • Rongshan Lin, Dillingen Hutte
  • Henrik Saxon, Abo Academi
8:55
Recycling of blast furnace sludge – best available technology
Thomas BaumannAKW Apparate + Verfahren GmbH
  • Thibaut Richard, AKW Apparate + Verfahren GmbH
8:55
Benefits of a detailed value-in-use analysis of raw materials by an integrated optimization model
Emmanuel MarchalCassotis
  • Fabio Silva, Cassotis
  • Gabriela Martins, Cassotis
  • Cassiano Lima, Cassotis
8:55
Transient DEM-CFD simulations of a blast furnace tapping process: Effect of flow and carbon dissolution on the movement of coke particles
Henry MertenRuhr-Universität Bochum
  • Siegmar Wirtz, Lehrstuhl für Energieanlagen und Energieprozesstechnik, Ruhr-Universität Bochum
  • Stephan Hojda, AG der Dillinger Hüttenwerke, Research & Development Iron and Coke Making
  • Rongshan Lin, AG der Dillinger Hüttenwerke, Research & Development Iron and Coke Making
  • Viktor Scherer, Lehrstuhl für Energieanlagen und Energieprozesstechnik, Ruhr-Universität Bochum
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Coke oven gas injection into the blast furnace at the saar to reduce the overall carbon footprint and to improve the conversion of pulverized coal via Oxy-Coal-Lances
Rongshan LinAG der Dillinger Huettenwerke
  • Dieter Senk, RWTH Aachen University
  • Alexander Babich, RWTH Aachen University
  • Andreas Feiterna, Dillinger
9:20
Evaluation of the suitability of auger pressing briquettes for BF use
Olli VitikkaUniversity of Oulu
  • Andrey Malkki, Kivisampo Oy
  • Illia Tkalenko, AMCOM GROUP LLC
  • Nikita Koriuchev, AMCOM GROUP LLC
  • Timo Fabritius, University of Oulu
  • Anne Hietava, University of Oulu
  • Mikko Iljana, University of Oulu
9:20
Integrated steel plant strategic planning – an extension of coke production modelling in the m.simtop process integration platform
Bernd WeissPrimetals Technologies GmbH
  • Johannes Niel, TU Wien
  • Walter Wukovits, TU Wien
  • Stefan Tjaden, K1Met
  • Bernhard Rummer, Voestalpine Stahl Linz
9:20
Blast furnace casting guidance model
Yale ZhangHatch
  • Ronald Timmer, Algoma Steel Inc.
  • Aaron Tanninen, Algoma Steel Inc.
  • Ian Cameron, Hatch Ltd.
  • Yale Zhang, Hatch Ltd.
  • Luke Boivin, Hatch Ltd.
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Prescription of actionable items for process adaptations, maintenance tasks and schedules with DataXpert and Digital Twin
Christian DenglerPaul Wurth S.A.
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Blast furnace process automation and environmental control
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NOx emission from the Hot Blast System: Formation, effects, and the possibilities for its reduction
Bart de GraaffDanieli Corus
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An analysis of sinter quality adjustments for blast furnace process optimization
Filipe SathlerArcelorMittal Tubarão
  • Ramiro Da Conceição Do Nascimento Junior, IFES (Instituto Federal Do Espírito Do Santo)
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Ways to low-CO2 or climate neutral iron and steelmaking V - Smart carbon usage – Gas and hydrogen injection, DRI/HBI charge into the blast furnace
10:30
On the mission to “green” steel - CO2 reduction steps at HKM
Mohamed EfetürkHüttenwerke Krupp Mannesmann GmbH
  • Andreas Janz, Hüttenwerke Krupp Mannesmann GmbH
  • Rosa Peter, Hüttenwerke Krupp Mannesmann GmbH
  • Marten Sprecher, Hüttenwerke Krupp Mannesmann GmbH
Recycling and briquetting II
10:30
Recycling of residues from Midrex direct reduction of iron ore pellets by means of agglomeration
Stephan HöntschTU Bergakademie Freiberg
  • Andreas Siegfried Braeuer, TU Bergakademie Freiberg
  • Christopher Harris, voestalpine Stahl GmbH
  • Christoph Thaler, voestalpine Stahl GmbH
  • Laura Lohmeier, TU Bergakademie Freiberg
  • Ralf Wollenberg, TU Bergakademie Freiberg
  • Hans-Werner Schröder, TU Bergakademie Freiberg
  • Volker Herdegen, TU Bergakademie Freiberg
Big data
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Using AI and digital twins to improve blast furnace operations
Yale ZhangHatch
  • Nicholas Aubry, Hatch
  • Julie Kim, Hatch
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Automated systems for control lining wear, heat losses and charging model on blast furnaces: experience in Ukraine
Michael AlterALTER Blast Furnace Consulting
  • Vladimir Naboka, PJSC “Zaporizhstal” Iron & Steel Works
  • Sergey Safonov , PJSC “Zaporizhstal” Iron & Steel Works
  • Sergey Karikov, PJSC “AZOVSTAL” Iron & Steel Works
  • Oleksii Chaika, Iron and Steel Institute of Z.I. Nekrasov National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine
  • Vitaliy Lebed, Iron and Steel Institute of Z.I. Nekrasov National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine
  • Bohdan Kornilov, Iron and Steel Institute named Z.I. Nekrasov National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine (ISI NASU);
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Addition of DRI/HBI to the blast furnace – a means to reduce greenhouse gas emissions?
Paul TowseyHatch
  • Don Tu, Hatch Ltd.
  • Ian Cameron, Hatch Ltd.
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Hydrogen Reduction of Organic Bonded Mill Scale Briquettes
Elsayed MousaSwerim
  • Hesham Ahmed, Luleå University of Technology
  • Mohamed El-Sadek, Central Metallurgical Research and Development Institute
10:55
Artificial intelligence and data driven modelling in ironmaking – potential and limitations
Dieter BettingerPrimetals Technologies
  • Harald Fritschek, Primetals Technologies
  • Martin Schaler, Primetals Technologies
  • Petra Krahwinkler, Primetals Technologies
  • Adnan Husakovic, Primetals Technologies
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Influence of Irregularity of hot metal and slag tapping on blast furnace performance at NTMK-Evraz
Yakov GordonHatch
  • Mikhail Polovets, Ural Federal University
  • Vladislav Panteleev, Ural Federal University
  • Konstantin Mironov, NTMK-Evraz
  • Segei Zagainov, Ural Federal University
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Iron ores for DRI production
11:50
Direct reduction and smelter combination for processing of low-grade iron ores
Gerald WimmerPrimetals Technologies Austria GmbH
Fundamentals in agglomeration I
11:50
Development and evaluation of a furnace for lab-scale pellet induration studies
Liam CottonLhoist
  • Guillaume Bruel, Lhoist, Business Innovation Center
  • Michael Nispel, Lhoist, Business Innovation Center
  • Pedro Bartolomeo, Lhoist, Latin America
  • Denise Alfenas Moreira, Lhoist, Latin America
  • William Johnson, Lhoist, North America
  • Georg Strüber, Paul Wurth
Material tracking, material genealogy and predictive maintenance
11:50
Data-driven maintenance for the Paul Wurth® Bell Less Top® charging system
Olivier MerschPaul Wurth S.A.
  • Christian Dengler, Paul Wurth S.A.
  • Fabrice Hansen, Paul Wurth S.A.
  • Marc Schweitzer, Paul Wurth S.A.
Hot blast stoves I
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Techno-commercial reasons to invest in hot blast stove
Edward LongPrimetals Technologies
  • Colin Morrison, Primetals Technologies
  • Jeremy Fletcher, Primetals Technologies
  • Mark Geach, Primetals Technologies
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Study on optimization of agglomeration process for sea sand vanadia-titania magnetite smelting in the blast furnace
Zhenxing XingNortheastern University
  • Xiangxin Xue, Northeastern University
12:15
Drone inspection of difficult to reach facilities with the possibility of generating a 3D Model for a better damage analysis
Thomas HahnBeck u. Kaltheuner GmbH & o. KG
  • Jan-Philipp Altgaßen, Beck u. Kaltheuner GmbH & Co.KG
  • Oliver Pawlig, Beck u. Kaltheuner GmbH & Co.KG
  • Stephan Hermann, Beck u. Kaltheuner GmbH & Co.KG
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Construction of the new SSAB Oxelösund hot blast stove 47
Victor van StraatenDanieli Corus
  • Richard Willemsen, Danieli Corus
  • Alain Woltheus, Danieli Corus
  • Magnus Sarbrant, Danieli Corus
  • Peter Öberg, SSAB Europe
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New developments and fundamentals in direct reduction II
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History, developments and processes of direct reduction of iron ores
Hans Bodo Lüngenon behalf of Steel Institute VDEh
Fundamentals in agglomeration II
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Influence of Oxygen Partial Pressure on High Temperature Oxidation Behavior of Iron Bearing Materials in Iron Ore Sintering Bed
Daisuke MaruokaTohoku University
  • Tsubasa Shima, Tohoku University
  • Taichi Murakami, Tohoku University
  • Eiki Kasai, Tohoku University
Pellet plant operation and automation
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Experience with SCARABAEUS® 7500 in Pelletizing Iron Ores – Industry 4.0 in harsh industrial installa-tions.
Jan LampkeHaver & Boecker Niagara
Hot blast stoves II
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Research on high efficiency and high blast temperature technology for modern blast furnace
Fuming ZhangShougang Group Co., Ltd.
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Modernization of dri shaft furnaces to enhance process performance and improve product quality
Yakov GordonHatch
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Simulation based Pellet Plant Operation
Florian Markus PenzPrimetals Technologies
  • Hans Joerg Baumgartner, Primetals Technologies
  • Florian Markus Penz, Primetals Technologies
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The evolution of hot blast stoves: history, development, and the emergence of top fired stoves as best available technology
Paul GeachPrimetals
  • Martin P Smith, Primetals Technologies Austria GmbH
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Reduction of sticking tendency of iron ore pellets by using steel by-product as coating
Mohamed BahgatHadeed a SABIC Affiliate
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Innovative top combustion stove of Kalugin design and different options of stove modernization
Sergey IvlevKALUGIN JSC
  • Anton Subbotin, KALUGIN JSC
  • Yury Murzin, KALUGIN JSC
  • Boris Prokofyev, KALUGIN JSC
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