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Refractories for the Steel Industry

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Refractory Use Patterns in the Iron and Steel Industry of the United States

Author : William S. Miska
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Critical Materials Requirements of the U S Steel Industry

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Industrial Minerals Rocks

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The Manufacture of Refractories and Information Concerning Their Use in the Iron and Steel Industry of Western Germany

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Encyclopaedia of Occupational Health and Safety

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Industrial Minerals and Extractive Industry Geology

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Refractory Ceramic Products

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Information Circular

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Introduction to Refractories for Iron and Steelmaking

Author : Subir Biswas
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This book promotes understanding of the raw material selection, refractory design, tailor-made refractory developments, refractory properties, and methods of application. It provides a complete analysis of modern iron and steel refractories. It describes the daily demands on modern refractories and describes how these needs can be addressed or improved upon to help achieve the cleanest and largest yields of iron and steel. The text contains end-of-chapter summaries to help reinforce difficult concepts. It also includes problems at the end of chapters to confirm the reader's understanding of topics such as hoop stress modeling in steel ladle and vessels, establishment of thermal gradient modeling , refractory corrosion dynamics, calculation of Blast furnace trough dimension based on thermal modeling, to name a few. Led by editors with backgrounds in both academia and industry, this book can be used in college courses, as a reference for industry professionals, and as an introduction to the technology for those making the transition to industry. Stands as a comprehensive introduction to the science and technology of modern steel and iron-making refractories that examines the processes, construction, and potential improvement of refractory performance and sustainability; Serves as a versatile resource appropriate for all levels, from the student to industry novices to professionals; Reinforces difficult-to-grasp concepts with end-of-chapter summaries; Maximizes reader understanding of key topics, such as refractory selection for steel ladle and vessels, and their corrosion dynamics, with real life problems.