1958 Electric Furnace Proceedings

A Brief History of Calcium Carbide Manufacture in the United States and Canada

Application of Immersion Pyrometry in an Electric Furnace Shop

Casting Ferroalloys

Control of Quality in Ferroalloy Manufacture

Desulphurization of steel by Injection of Lime and Aluminum-Magnesium Alloy

Developments in Melting Operations

Effect of Phosphorus and Sulphur Content on Ductility and Toughness of Cast Low-Alloy Steels

Effect of Vacuum Stream Degassing on Properties of Forging Steels

Effect of Various Additions on the Gas Content of Electric Arc and Induction Furnace Steels

Electric Furnace Ferroalloy Industry in the United States

Electrically Smelted Oxides and Metalloids of Zirconium and Titanium

Electrode Holders

Experiences With Ladle Degassing

High-Frequency Induction Melting of Steel in Units Up to 5-1/2 Tons Capacity

High-Frequerlcy Induction Melting of Steel in Furnace Units Up to 5-1/2 Tons Capacity

Improving Electric Furnace Refractory Life by Special Cooling Techniques

Manufacture of Ferrosilicon Alloys

Materials for Exterior Bright Trim on Passenger Cars

Melting High-Quality Steels in the Induction Furnace

Pinhole Porosity in High-Alloy Steel Castings Made in Green-Sand Molds

Predicting Minimum Materials Cost for Stainless Steel

Production of Iron and Steel by the Strategic-Udy Process

Quality Requirements of Super-Duty Steels

Quality Requirements of Super-Duty Steels

Simplified Calculation of Effects of Oxygen Blowing Rates

Split Heat Techniques

Split Heat Techniques

Split Heats at Battelle Institute

Split Heats at Texas Foundries

Stainless Steel as Automotive Trim

Survey of Exhaust Valve Materials

Tapping and Casting of Calcium Carbide

Use of Direct Reduced Iron in the Electric Furnace

Use of Direct Reduced Iron in the Electric Furnace

Vacuum Stream Degassing