Webinar: Combustion Optimization as a Mechanism for Reducing Operational Cost and Sustainable Development
When the availability of natural and energy resources is less and less, the need to carry out a process of sustainable development for society means that in all activities the optimization of thermal processes in which industrial combustion is immersed, understood as achieving more and better results with less fuel consumption, which is expressed in lower production costs.
Mg. Ángel Quispe Laguna CIP/IG-3
Ingeniero Químico de la Universidad Nacional de Ingeniería, con más de 20 años de experiencia en Hornos Industriales y procesos térmicos, especialista en Alto Horno y Hornos de Recalentamiento en Argentina y Brasil, Actualmente se desempeña como Jefe de Hornos de Laminación en Gerdau SIDERPERU y Docente de la Universidad Privada del Norte , UTP y conferencista de la Corporación Americana de Desarrollo.
Chemical Engineer from the National University of Engineering, with more than 20 years of experience in Industrial Furnaces and thermal processes, specialist in Blast Furnace and Reheat Furnaces in Argentina and Brazil, He currently works as Head of Lamination Furnaces at Gerdau SIDERPERU and Professor at Universidad Privada del Norte, UTP and speaker at the American Development Corporation.
He has participated in different energy projects in units of the transnational Gerdau group, being the winner in the energy efficiency project at GERDAU in Latin American - 2013 and third place in the world meeting of the GERDAU group organized in USA-Atlanta 2014.