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Title: American Iron and Steel Institute: How a blast furnace works
Url: http://www.steel.org/en/Making%20Steel/How%20Its%20Made/Processes/How...
Publisher: American Iron and Steel Institute
Description: At this website, the American Iron and Steel Institute discusses the blast furnace's function "to chemically reduce and physically convert iron oxides" into hot metal. Through an intricate diagram and thorough discussion, students can learn about the chemistry of hot metals and the complex procedure. The website provides a detailed review of the physical equipment of the blast furnace and a detailed illustration of the plant. Visitors can find a short description of the history of blast furnace's role in the production of steel from iron oxides.
LC Classification: Science -- Chemistry -- Inorganic chemistry -- Metals
Technology -- Mining engineering. Metallurgy -- Mining engineering. Metallurgy -- Metallurgy -- Metallurgy of ferrous metals -- Iron and steel -- Cast iron. Pig iron -- Blast furnaces
Technology -- Mining engineering. Metallurgy -- Mining engineering. Metallurgy -- Study and teaching
GEM Subject: Science
Science -- Chemistry
Science -- Metallurgy
Key Concept: Chemistry -- Metals
Date Issued: 2005
Resource Type: Charts and Diagrams
Orientation Materials
Reading Materials
Science Materials
StillImage (DCMI Type Vocabulary)
Text (DCMI Type Vocabulary)
Format: html
Audience: Higher Education
Secondary Education
Technical School First Cycle
Technical School Second Cycle
Vocational Training
Language: English
Rights: American Iron and Steel Institute
Access Rights: Free access
Date Of Record Release: 2007-09-28 03:00:02 (W3C-DTF)
Date Last Modified: 2011-03-17 12:29:18 (W3C-DTF)
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