Architecture of Energy Conservation in the Iron and Steel Enterprises Based on Internet of Things

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The management of saving energy is a weak link of Chinese industrial energy conservation at present. Modern industrial enterprise energy system shows characteristics as followed: the multielement of energy mediathe complication of Energy equipmentEnergy demand more targetingthe networking of Energy supply. The new change of system put forward the new requirements to the energy management. Due to early of energy management system (EMS) is focus on energy data acquisition and centralized monitoring, and the deep analysis of the energy system is not enough, so it can't use the useful information from energy data mining effectively, especially the optimization of energy use, and can not meet the requirements of it. The paper create the architecture energy conservation of Industry entirety, based on the pan under the environment of network, under the background of informationization and industrialization depth fusion iron and steel enterprises , Promoting the change of energy production and utilization means, making progress in comprehensive utilization of resources Energy conservation and emissions reduction, etc..

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B. L. Liu, Minghai Yuan, Guorong Chen and Jun Peng

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1205-1208

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J. Wang and J. T. Hu, "Architecture of Energy Conservation in the Iron and Steel Enterprises Based on Internet of Things", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vols. 427-429, pp. 1205-1208, 2013

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