Ironmaking Archive

Steel Sees New Turn: Greater Quality Without Misfortune of Malleability

In steel making, two attractive qualities – quality and flexibility – have a tendency to be conflicting: Stronger steel is less malleable, and more pliable steel is not as solid. Engineers at Brown University, three Chinese colleges, and the Chinese Academy of Sciences have indicated that when chambers of steel are wound, their quality is

Enhanced Resources in EAF for Steel Making

Electric Arc Furnace (EAF) is a default phase in the process of making steel. Over years EAF has evolved dynamically and adopted efficient, competitive and sustainable methods in the process and the global output of steel from EAF is increasing. Many countries are on the verge of adapting EAF that cannot make iron by the

Cut the Steel

Steel as a sword cuts ‘many’, if not ‘any’ thing. So it means that, Steel is a hardest and toughest material, and only then it can cut anything else. Hence, the device or procedure to cut a hard material should ‘cut the mustard’. Several procedures are already in use, depending on the requirement and type

Extractive Metallurgy in Steel

Metallurgy is a domain of metallic elements physical and chemical behavior and a whole, it is technology of metals that is applied to practical use. There are various types in this metallurgy process that are applied at various stages or purposes. Extractive metallurgy is the practice of removing or separating valuable metals from an ore

Rare Earth Metals Separation Industry Plant Market

Rare Earth Elements (REE) or Rare Earth Metals are actually a set of 17 chemical elements in the scientific periodic table that are specifically the fifteen lanthanides plus scandium and yttrium. The scandium and yttrium are considered rare earth elements since they tend to occur in the same ore deposits as the lanthanides and exhibit