Reinforced Steel Industry in India Part-II

Reinforced Steel Industry in India Part-II rightsteel fe415

Part-I of this blog explained the current reinforcement steel trend in India, the TMT steel reinforced bar, the different grades and which grades are preferred. It also explained the most important factor of TMT steel bar which is Ductility. How is it compromised for higher strength. In this blog, the shift towards value-added reinforced steel is explained

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Reinforced Steel Industry in India Part-I

Reinforced Steel Industry in India Fe415 rightsteel

Reinforced steel bars or rebars has become the preferred standard for construction of building structures, bridges and many other commercial structures. The most popular among them is the Thermo Mechanically Treated ( TMT) reinforced bars. About 35% of the total steel production in the country was accounted by the reinforced steel industry. Usage of high strength TMT steel rebars has ensured rapid growth within the construction sector.

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Steelmaking classification

Steelmaking Classification fe415 rightsteel

Steel, an alloy of Iron, carbon and other materials, is the most widely used component used in the field of construction of buildings, automobiles, weapons and much more. Steel is manufactured from the steelmaking process. Steelmaking process has a long history since ancient times, although this procedure was commercialized in the late 19th century.

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Steelmaking and environmental hazards

Steelmaking and Environment Hazard Fe415 rightsteel

Steelmaking is one of the most important processes in the industrial sector all over the world. Steelmaking results in the production of steel from iron ores, which is used for a variety of purposes ranging from construction of roads, railways, infrastructures, automobiles and buildings. Even the most innovated TMT reinforced steel bars like the Fe 415, Fe 500 etc are developed from the steelmaking process. The demands for steel are always increasing to the point that we cannot imagine a world without steel.

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The Corex Process Part-II

The Corex Process of Smelting of iron ore Fe415 Rightsteel

The previous blog described the alternative environment-friendly route to the conventional blast furnace known as the Corex process. It is a type of smelting reduction process which produces it by using non-coking coal instead of metallurgical coke, which is used by the Blast Furnace. The corex process consists of two parts namely Reduction stage and Melter-gasifier.

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The Corex Process Part-1

The Corex Process of Smelting of iron Fe415 Rightsteel

A building structure is incomplete without the right set of resources. There are many different resources involved in the construction of a building but the most important resource is the reinforced steel bar. The types of reinforced steel bar grades are Fe 415, Fe 500, Fe 550, Fe 600. The manufacture of steel begins with the steel making process, in which pig iron is purified and alloyed to make ingots.

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Thermal Resistance of TMT bars

Thermal Resistance of TMT bars Fe415 rightsteel

Use of Thermo Mechanically Treated (TMT) reinforced bars for construction is now a standard practice. With newer technologies developing, it results in efficient constructions strategies which in turn improves the lifespan and structural integrity of the building structure. However strong the building structure claims to be, in order to for its longevity the building structure has to face several hurdles, even the natural disasters.

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Corrosion Prevention on Reinforcement Bars Part – I

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Corrosion is not something to be taken lightly. It poses a dangerous threat to the overall strength of the building structure. Corrosion starts out pretty much simple and advances through several stages that result in the eventual collapsing of the structure. Even though corrosion is threatening for RCC, there are preventive measures that can be taken to considerably delay the corrosion effects.

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