blister steel

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blister steel

[′blis·tər ‚stēl]
(metallurgy)
Raw steel, made from wrought iron by cementation followed by slow cooling, in which blisters are formed by gas attempting to escape from the metal.
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The cementation process was a breakthrough as it produced much better and harder steel, and more of it," says Dr Webster.
The cementation process takes 15 days, during which the pregnant solution passes from tank 1 through tank 2 to tank 3.
In this context, the redevelopment of the Stel Marcoule (Ametiste project) has two objectives - First, adjust the Stel Marcoule to ensure its sustainability and : - On the other hand, replacing the current process of asphalting effluent by a new coating by cementation process.