GSO ISO 13579-2:2017

Gulf Standard   Current Edition

Industrial furnaces and associated processing equipment -- Method of measuring energy balance and calculating efficiency -- Part 2: Reheating furnaces for steel

Adoption by Endorsement

Adoption by endorsement for the latest version of this international/national standard and the previous adopted edition remains effective for 2 years starting from the date of last international update

Scope
This part of ISO 13579 specifies a general methodology for measuring energy balance and calculating the efficiency of the process involving reheating furnaces for steel as designed by furnace manufacturers. This general methodology includes:  measurement methods;  calculations (general calculation);  energy balance and efficiency calculation evaluation report. This part of ISO 13579 is not applicable to any efficiencies related to the process itself outside of reheating furnaces for steel (e.g. in a rolling mill process, the reheating furnace is the only part covered by this part of ISO 13579).
Endorsement
ISO 13579-2:2013
03 October 2017

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