steel converter

steel converter

[′stēl kən‚vərd·ər]
(metallurgy)
A retort in which cast iron is converted to steel; an example is the Bessemer converter.
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Indeed, right from the steel converter, continuous casting machine and rolling machine along with software facilities such as controlling and electrical system, everything was developed with the POSCO family, including the POSCO Engineering & Construction and POSCO ICT Company.
First, in the steelmaking and continuous casting process, a new type of steel converter and continuous casting machine were introduced exclusively for high-quality automotive steel, but with all the advantages of existing steel converters.
In which Q is the production of steel converter, K capital, L labor, M raw materials and E energy.
The result is a stainless steel converter measuring 80 feet tall with an external shell of 44 feet and an internal core of almost 20 feet.
After the closures, Nakayama Steel will produce steel material currently made at the furnaces at an existing electric furnace and a steel converter.
The lightweight, stainless steel converter installs in minutes.
Arens says these steel converter controls are ideal for controlling dampers, vents, valves and switches in applications such as automotive HVAC controls.
Due to sudden reduction in gas pressure not only the production was reduced but it also damaged the Blast Furnaces and Steel Converters.
The PSM complex includes coke oven batteries a sintering plant furnaces steel converters bloom and slab casters billet mill hot and cold rolling mills galvanizing unit and 165MW of own power generation units supported by various other ancillary units.
Located 30km south east of the port city of Karachi, the PSM complex includes coke oven batteries, a sintering plant, last furnaces, steel converters, bloom and slab casters, billet mill, hot and cold rolling mills, galvanizing unit and 165MW of own power generation units, supported by various other ancillary units.