electric steel

electric steel

[i¦lek·trik ′stēl]
(metallurgy)
Steel melted in an electric furnace which permits close control and the addition of alloying elements directly into the furnace.
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When implementing increased electric power consumption in electric steel and ferroalloy production, it is expedient to use surplus of electric power, exported at present by Ukraine, and planned increase of electric power production at nuclear power plants for production of high-quality alloyed steels and <<elite>> ferroalloys, which, certainly, will increase potential and efficiency of metallurgical branch of Ukraine as a whole.
Steel Dynamics, which, like Nucor, had focused feeding its mills using the open market, recently dipped its toe into the supply side when it obtained an auto shredding facility through its acquisition of Roanoke Electric Steel earlier this year.
has awarded a contract to Italy-based Danieli to build a state-of-the-art electric steel making facility.
Summary: Interpipe, a leading global producer of steel pipe and railway wheels, has announced the delivery of new equipment to the construction site of its new electric steel plant, Interpipe Steel.
Union Electric Steel UK exports around half of its products to the European Union, but has been hit as much as everyone else by the general financial uncertainty both in Europe and worldwide.
An electric steel roller shutter door provides access to a loading bay, workshop and storage area.
18 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Roanoke Electric Steel Corporation today reported that its Board of Directors, at a regular meeting held on January 17, 2006, declared the 189th consecutive quarterly common stock cash dividend in the amount of 11 cents per share.
JOE CRAWFORD - ROANOKE ELECTRIC STEEL CORPORATION (RESC).
Bettendorf, Iowa; John Sturkie, Quality Electric Steel Castings, Inc.
Nippon Steel and Aichi Steel said the companies aim to build an effective production regime by coordinating operations of their converter and electric steel plants.