GB 21341-2017: Translated English of Chinese Standard. GB21341-2017: The Norm of Energy Consumption per Unit Product of Ferroalloy
https://www.chinesestandard.net, Mar 30, 2018 - Technology & Engineering - 12 pages
This Standard is applicable to the calculation and audit of per unit energy consumption for the following 5 kinds of products such as ferrosilicon produced in the ferroalloy ore furnace, high-carbon ferromanganese in electro-furnace (only limited to the high-carbon ferromanganese adopting the smelting process of flux-free method or less flux method), manganese-silicon alloy, high-carbon ferrochrome and ferromanganese in the blast furnace produced by ferroalloy blast furnace, as well as the energy consumption control for the newly-built or re-built projects.
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Calculation Method calorific value Coal gas coke consumption comprehensive energy consumption consumption access value consumption limit index consumption limit level consumption of ferroalloy consumption per unit Converted into Standard document electricity ve energy Energy consumption access energy consumption consumption energy consumption limit energy conversion coefficient Energy Source Converted entering furnace ferroalloy blast furnace ferroalloy manufacturer ferroalloy ore furnace Ferroalloy product production ferroalloy The comprehensive ferroalloy The smelting ferromanganese blast furnace ferrosilicon furnace manufacturer GB/T heat furnace include smelting electricity kg/t kgce level Remarks Level-1 Level-3 Product type limit level Remarks major elements newly-built Norm of Energy produce 1 standard product of ferroalloy product product kgce/t qualified ferroalloy products range and calculation recommended value recycling and external Reference Coefficient reporting period smelting electricity consumption smelting process standard coal standard composition standard ton convert Statistical range Supplement and improve terms and definitions Thermal coal unit per unit unit product value-taking principle various energy