8 Best Books on Furnaces

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We have compiled a list of the Best Reference Books on Furnaces, which are used by students of top universities, and colleges. This will help you choose the right book depending on if you are a beginner or an expert. Here is the complete list of Furnaces Books with their authors, publishers, and an unbiased review of them as well as links to the Amazon website to directly purchase them. If permissible, you can also download the free PDF books on Furnaces below.

1."Boiler Furnace Design" by Khalil Essam E
“Boiler Furnace Design” Book Review: This comprehensive book provides detailed knowledge on designing and calculating efficient boiler furnaces for hot water and power applications. It covers various aspects of boiler furnace engineering, including component design, calculations, and testing policies. Additionally, the book offers solutions to numerous problems and situations.

2."Electric Arc Furnace with Flat Bath: Achievements and Prospects (SpringerBriefs in Applied Sciences and Technology)" by Yuri N Toulouevski and Ilyaz Y Zinurov
“Electric Arc Furnace with Flat Bath: Achievements and Prospects (SpringerBriefs in Applied Sciences and Technology)” Book Review: This book is a comprehensive guide for researchers, engineers, and professionals in the field of metallurgy. The book covers various topics related to the electric arc furnace technology, focusing specifically on the concept of a flat bath. The chapters delve into the achievements and advancements in this area, exploring topics such as furnace design, process control, energy efficiency, and environmental considerations. The book offers valuable insights into the current state of the technology and provides a vision for its future prospects, making it an essential reference in the field.

3."Electric Furnaces: The Production of Heat from Electrical Energy and the Construction of Electric Furnaces" by Wilhelm Borchers
4."Modelling of Furnaces Combusti (Energy and Engineering Science)" by E E Khalil
“Modelling of Furnaces Combusti (Energy and Engineering Science)” Book Review: This book is a must-have for technical professionals as it contains numerous figures and diagrams that effectively illustrate the presented models. In addition, it offers problems and their corresponding illustrations, making it more student-friendly. The book also includes references throughout, providing additional resources for readers. It comprehensively covers the modelling of heat transfer and fluid flows in furnaces and combustors.

5."Electric Furnaces: The Production of Heat from Electrical Energy and the Construction of Electric Furnaces" by Wilhelm Borchers and Henry George Solomon
6."Modelling of Gas Fired Furnaces and Boilers: And Other Industrial Heating Processes" by J M Rhine and R J Tucker
“Modelling of Gas Fired Furnaces and Boilers: And Other Industrial Heating Processes” Book Review: This comprehensive textbook covers the physical and mathematical techniques used in thermal design, particularly in the development of gas-fired heating plants found in manufacturing, process industries, and commerce. The book includes chapters on designing gas-fired plants for both low and high-temperature process applications, discussing topics such as boilers, water heating equipment, furnaces, and kilns used in the metals, glass, ceramics, and heavy clay industries.

7."Fuel Arc Furnace (FAF) for Effective Scrap Melting: From EAF to FAF (SpringerBriefs in Applied Sciences and Technology)" by Yuri N Toulouevski and Ilyaz Y Zinurov
“Fuel Arc Furnace (FAF) for Effective Scrap Melting: From EAF to FAF (SpringerBriefs in Applied Sciences and Technology)” Book Review: This book introduces the electric arc furnace process and explores the potential for developing a new generation of steelmaking aggregates. It provides a historical review of various furnace types with scrap preheating, discussing the advantages of flat bath furnaces while also presenting their disadvantages and a method for eliminating them.

8."Inductive Melting and Holding: Fundamentalis / Plants and Furnaces / Process Engineering" by Erwin Dotsch
“Inductive Melting and Holding: Fundamentalis / Plants and Furnaces / Process Engineering” Book Review: This essential resource for practitioners working in melting shops and foundries has been completely revised and updated in its latest edition. The textbook delves into the topics of inductive melting, temperature maintenance, and advances in plant and process engineering. Its focus is primarily on the use of induction furnaces in electric-steel production and features full-color, custom-drawn artwork, end-of-chapter questions, and summaries to enhance the learning experience of engineers, technicians, and other professionals in the field.

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