An MILP model for optimization of byproduct gases in the integrated iron and steel plant
Gang Li and
Applied Energy, 2010, vol. 87, issue 7, 2156-2163
In iron and steel industry, byproduct gases are important energy. Therefore it is significant to optimize byproduct gas distribution to achieve total cost reduction. In this paper, a dynamic mixed integer linear programming (MILP) model for multi-period optimization of byproduct gases is used to optimize byproduct gas distribution. Compared with the previous optimization model, the proposed model simultaneously optimizes the distribution of byproduct gases in byproduct gas system, cogeneration system and iron- and steel-making system. Case study shows that the proposed model finds the optimal solution in terms of total cost reduction.
Keywords: Iron; and; steel; industry; MILP; Byproduct; gas; distribution; Scheduling (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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