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Electric Arc Furnaces in Mini-steelplants

  • N. H. McBroom

Abstract

To set down in 1982 a review of electric arc furnace technology is a daunting prospect. No sooner is the ink dry than the perspective changes. One thing does not change, however. That is the prime purpose of the steelworks electric arc furnace, which is to melt (and in most cases refine)scrap or pre-reduced iron as rapidly, consistently and efficiently as possible.

Keywords

Melting Rate Vacuum Degas Electric Steelmaking Refractory Wear Ladle Refining 
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© Applied Science Publishers Ltd 1983

Authors and Affiliations

  • N. H. McBroom
    • 1
  1. 1.Allied Steel and Wire LtdCardiffUK

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