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Iron and Steel Making Metallurgy lecture

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Smarajit SarkarDepartment of Metallurgical and Materials EngineeringNT Rourkela< indra Gos and mit Catterjee: ronmaking and Steelmaking Teory and Practice, Prentice-Hall of ndia Private Limited, 2008< nil K. Biswas: Principles of Blast Furnace ronmaking, SB Publication,1999< R.H.Tupkary and V.R.Tupkary:n ntroduction to Modern ron Making, Kanna Publisers.< R.H.Tupkary and V.R.Tupkary:n ntroduction to Modern Steel Making, Kanna Publisers.< David H. Wakelin (ed.): Te Making, Saping and Treating of Steel (ronmaking Volume), Te SE Steel Foundation, 2004.< Ricard J.Fruean (ed.): Te Making, Saping and Treating of Steel (Steeelmaking Volume), Te SE Steel Foundation, 2004.< .Gos, Secondary Steel Making Principle & pplications, CRC Press 2001.< R.G.Ward: Pysical Cemistry of iron & steel making, ELBS and Edward rnold, 1962.< F.P.Edneral: Electrometallurgy of Steel and Ferro-lloys, Vol.1 Mir Publisers,1979< B. Ozturk and R. J. Fruean,: "Kinetics of te Reaction of SiO(g) wit Carbon Saturated ron": Metall. Trans. B, Vol. 16B, 1985, p. 121. < B. Ozturk and R. J. Fruean: "Te Reaction of SiO(g) wit Liquid Slags, Metall. Trans.B, Volume 17B, 1986, p. 397. < B. Ozturk and R. J. Fruean:.Transfer of Silicon in Blast Furnace": , Proceedings of te fift nternational ron and Steel Congress, Wasington D.C., 1986, p. 959. < P. F. Nogueira and R. J. Fruean: Blast Furnace Softening and Melting Penomena - Melting Onset in cid and Basic Pellets", , SS-ME lronmaking Conference, 2002, pp. 585. < Tere are as many as two tousand odd varieties of steels in use. Tese specifically differ in teir cemical composition. However, a couple of undred varieties are predominantly in use. Te cemical composition of steels broadly divide tem into two major groups, viz. (i) plain carbon steels and (ii) alloy steels. < Te plain carbon steels are essentially alloys of iron and carbon only wereas, if one or more of elements oter tan carbon are added to steel in significant amounts to ensure specific better properties suc as better mecanical strengt, ductility, electrical and magnetic properties, corrosion resistance and so on it is known as an alloy steel. Tese specifically added elements are known as alloying additions in steels.

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