Faik Uzunović, Omer Beganović (B&H)Positioning, re/heating furnaces, layout of the modern rolling mills
Some aspects of Quality Management in positioning of the re/heating furnaces at a layout of the modern section, bar or wire rod hot rolling mills are presented in this paper. Theoretical and practical solutions in the above mentioned (further a.m.) field are presented for both, wire rod and light section bar mills. Some of the a.m. aspects regarding these rolling mills are explained, confirming that even unexpected solution, from the theoretical point of view, could be successful and justified in practice, especially if some improvements are needed to be carried out on an existing layout of the concerned rolling mill, or in a vicinity of the other vital facilities on that rolling mill, or on the neighbouring facilities, like continuous casting machines etc. As a practical confirmation of that finding, the examples of the positioning of the re/heating furnaces from ŽELJEZARA ZENICA (now ARCELORMITTAL ZENICA) are presented and explained.
Cite as:
Uzunović F and Beganović O. (2021) Quality management in positioning of the re/heating furnaces at a layout of the modern (section, bar or wire rod) rolling mils. Quality 2021 (S.Brdarević, S. Jašarević, editors)”, ISSN 1512-9268, Neum, B&H, 17-19 June 2021., pp. 29-35

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