Detroit rocking furnace

Detroit rocking furnace

[də′trōit ′räk·iŋ ′fər·nəs]
(engineering)
An indirect arc type of rocking furnace having graphite electrodes entering horizontally from opposite ends.
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It was a 250-lb melt produced in the Detroit Rocking Furnace on February 13, 1942.
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