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smelt

(smĕlt)
v.
A past tense and a past participle of smell

smelt

small marine finfish Osmerus eparlanus, O. mordax.
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A team of archaeologists from Glasgow, Scotland and Nicosia, Cyprus, has now completed excavations at the smelting site of Politiko Phorades (Knapp et al.
Getting them to environmentally sound secondary and primary smelting and recycling plants has been and will continue to be the biggest challenge from a financial perspective.
The ratio of metals such as silver, lead, and antimony in the lake core indicates whether smelting occurred, and radiocarbon analyses provided age estimates for soil layers in the core.
Based on the knowledge gained during the project and ongoing discussions with other in-bath smelting researchers around the world, AISI researchers are optimistic that this gap can be closed by an appropriate combination of the following devices:
New areas of coverage include the environmentally appropriate uses of copper cables in power transmission for wind and solar energy sources; the recycling of electronic scrap as an important new feedstock to the copper industry, and state-of-the-art Ausmelt and Isasmelt bath smelting processes for sulfide concentrate smelting and converting.
Kennecott has operated the Utah copper smelter since 1995 utilizing a combination of OutotecA Flash Smelting technology and Kennecott-OutotecA Flash Converting technology, which has been jointly developed by the two companies.
Our long-standing relationship with Toyota Tsusho ensures that Kentucky Smelting Technology will be a welcome addition to our community," Frank Bellafato, chairman and CEO of OMC/CLA, says.
Canada's only significant primary producer of palladium was investigating the feasibility of developing a new smelting facility, but the treasurer of the company says they are no longer looking to develop the facility.
Questioned by Judge Nigel Gilmour, QC, Mr Lander said she believed the furnace was to be used by her estranged husband in setting up a business smelting car parts including cylinder heads.
The researchers note that of the 170 similar smelting sites the EPA already knew about, 14 are on the Superfund National Priorities List for cleanup and 32 others have already been worked on.
In September of this year it acquired certain copper smelting and refining operations in Europe and an option to acquire an interest in a copper smelting and refining project in Indonesia.