metallurgical engineer


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metallurgical engineer

[‚med·əl′ər·jə·kəl ‚en·jə′nir]
(engineering)
A person who specializes in metallurgical engineering.
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"The measure underscores the need to develop competent, productive, well-rounded and morally upright Metallurgical Engineers whose standards of professional practice and service are expected to be world-class and globally competitive and whose practice will be safeguarded through regulatory measures, programs, and activities," he said.
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