Engineering Design Problems of Large Iron- and Steelmaking Furnaces: Proceedings of a Conference Organized by the Iron and Steel Engineers Group of the Iron and Steel Institute ... 9-10 April 1970, at Noordwijk Aan Zee and IJmuiden, Netherlands, Volume 136
Iron and Steel Institute, 1970 - Blast-furnaces - 139 pages
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Engineering design problems of large basic oxygen furnaces
oxygen steel plant at Hoogovens designed as the first stage of future
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