N-SIDE, member of a new SPIRE consortium project, called “BAMBOO” On Tuesday and Wednesday,11-12/09, N-SIDE was attending the kick-off of the new SPIRE consortium project “BAMBOO” in Brussels. This project aims to Boost new Approaches for flexibility Management By Optimizing process Off-gas and waste use (acronym, BAMBOO). BAMBOO will develop and test new technologies as heat […]read more
2018 SEAISI (South East Asia Iron and Steel Institute) Traveling Seminar was officially kicked off on March 5th in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. It now moved to its second stop – Hanoi, Vietnam. Approximately 70 professionals in local steel community attended the event. Dr. Yale Zhang from N-SIDE, together with other domain experts from JFE, POSCO, […]read more
N-SIDE is happy to announce the release of SCOOP 5.0, its integrated business process optimization solution for the heavy industry (Steel, … etc.). In addition to increased performance, more detailed costing reports and enhanced process modeling capabilities, SCOOP 5.0. now introduces a new Business Intelligence module for easy visualisation of your data and expedited decision-making! Visualize and deep […]read more
N-SIDE’s first footprint in China: Minmetals Yingkou Medium Plate Co. starting implementation of N-SIDE Steel Cost Optimization solution!
N-SIDE is pleased to announce the official start of the collaboration with Minmetals Yingkou Medium Plate Co. for a fully customized implementation of N-SIDE Steel Cost Optimization solution (SCOOP). This implementation will provide a powerful strategic decision support system for optimizing raw materials procurement and sinter/blast furnace burdens at Minmetals Yingkou Medium Plate Co. plant. N-SIDE […]read more
The EU’s climate and energy targets for 2030 are highly challenging. For the time being, there are no economically feasible steelmaking technologies available having the potential to meet these targets. At best, a 15% decrease in the overall CO2 intensity of the sector could be achieved throughout the widespread dissemination of technologies that could reasonably become […]read more