1947 Electric Furnace Proceedings

A Quantitative Experimental investigation of the Hydrogen and Nitrogen Contents of Steel during Commercial Melting

A Rational Process for the Improved Manufacture of Steel without Inclusions

A Review of the Effects of Refractories on Cleanliness of Steel

Deoxidation and Deoxidation Products in Electric-furnace Steel

Effect of Bank Repairs on Slag Volume in Acid Electric Steelmaking

Effect of Bottom Shape and Life on Slag Volume in Acid Electric Furnace

Effect of Cleaned vs Uncleaned Foundry Scrap on Slag Volume

Effect of Deoxidation on Mechanical Properties

Effect of Extent of Bottom Repairs on Slag Volume in Acid Electric Furnace

Effect of Iron-ore Additions on Slag Volume in the Electric Furnace

Effect of Manganese Ore on Slag Volume

Effect of Metal Depth on Slag Volume in Electric Furnace

Effect of Mold Thickness and Cooling on Base Quality of Intermediate Size Ingots

Effect of Some Melting Variables on the Tensile Properties of Acid Electric Steel

Effect of Tap Changes on Slag Volume in the Electric Furnace

Effect of Temperature and of Basic Additions on Slag Volume in the Electric Furnace

Effect of Time of Heat on Slag Weight in the Electric Furnace

Estimating Costs of Industrial Oxygen

Fundamental Electric Terms

Large Ingots

Operation of the Panel Board of an Electric Furnace

Present Applications of Oxygen in Electric-furnace Steelmaking

Problems Associated with the Production of Sound Ingots

Problems in Supplying Scrap for Electric-furnace Requirements

Production of Sound Billet-type Ingots

Recovery of Vanadium and Other Alloys in the Acid Electric Furnace

Review of Known Factors Controlling Slag Volume

Session on Metallurgy

Some Aspects of the Use of Oxygen in the Electric Furnace

Steels with Higher than Normal Silicon Content

The Dornin Process

The Outlook for Scrap