It is illustrated how computational modelling techniques are used at
Corus RD&T as a means to investigate and improve fume emission,
air quality and heat control throughout the steel processing route.
Some of the recent areas that have benefited from such models are:
the redesign of a coater line room, a storage and production facility
and fume capture during iron desulphurisation and casting. The
modelling techniques, the challenges of using such models and the
results are summarised.