acid open-hearth steel

кислая мартеновская сталь

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  • fluorite — /floor uyt, flawr , flohr /, n. a common mineral, calcium fluoride, CaF2, occurring in green, blue, purple, yellow, or colorless crystals, usually in cubes: the principal source of fluorine, used also as a flux in metallurgy and for ornament.… …   Universalium

  • Basic process — Ba sic proc ess (Iron Metal.) A Bessemer or open hearth steel making process in which a lining that is basic, or not siliceous, is used, and additions of basic material are made to the molten charge during treatment. Opposed to {acid process},… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Thomas process — Basic process Ba sic proc ess (Iron Metal.) A Bessemer or open hearth steel making process in which a lining that is basic, or not siliceous, is used, and additions of basic material are made to the molten charge during treatment. Opposed to… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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  • Industrial history of the People's Republic of China — Main articles: Economy and economic history of the People s Republic of China. China s industrial sector has shown great progress since 1949, but in the late 1980s it remained undeveloped in many respects. Although the country manufactured… …   Wikipedia

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