Rapid improvement of steelmaking technology in Ind

2022-07-30
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India's steel-making technology has improved rapidly

according to relevant surveys, due to the progress of traditional steel-making technology, India's steel-making technology has improved rapidly in recent years. In the past 10 years, India's crude steel output has increased from 27.3 million tons to 71.3 million tons. According to relevant surveys, due to the progress of traditional steel-making technology, India's steel-making technology has been improved rapidly in recent years. In the past, cultivating new kinetic energy has been the meaning of promoting high-quality development. India's adoption of this scheme has an energy-saving effect than using a large flow pump. The crude steel output has increased from 27.3 million tons to 71.3 million tons. The survey company confirmed that electric furnaces and induction furnaces are the main driving forces for the growth of crude steel production in India

the survey also shows that by the fiscal year, India's crude steel production capacity is expected to reach 112.5 million tons. In the fiscal year, the total capacity of India was 78million tons, and the capacity utilization rate was 84%. Frost Sullivan predicts that if all planned capacity expansion projects are put into operation, India's crude steel output will rise from the fourth in the world to the second in 2015

in terms of sales volume, the survey shows that the per capita steel consumption in India increased from 38 kg in the fiscal year to 57 kg in the fiscal year. The construction and infrastructure industry has always had the largest demand for steel, accounting for about 60%. Among the steel intensive industries in India, the demand growth rate of the construction industry has reached the highest level in the past five consecutive years, with the manufacturing industry ranking second and the automobile industry ranking third

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