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metallurgy

 [met´ah-lur″je]
the science and art of using metals.
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The contributions that make up the main body of the text cover ferro-alloys; non-ferrous smelting, converting, and refining; iron and steel production; process modeling and simulation; metallurgic education; and many other related subjects.
Hence, it is problematic that while CAD is willing to derive the metallurgic term musukku from masaku, which, unlike massuhu, is not otherwise attested in relation to metals, it denies the derivation of musukku (the ostracized person), despite the abundance of attestations of masaku derivatives designating contempt in the social domain.
Under the nuclear deal, Tehran will also be able to resume exports of non-ferrous metals, including copper and zinc, and sign deals to modernize its metallurgic sector.
Manufacturers continue to experiment with adding different alloys and metallurgic mixes to clubs, so it's important to make note of the material used, whether its stainless steel, graphite or other.
Established in 1996, Jiangsu DaZhong Electromotor Stock Co., Ltd., a motor manufacturing company in China with assets of RMB 600 million, mainly focuses on providing motors to various industries, like Power Generation, Metallurgic, Coal Mining, Machinery, Petroleum, Chemicals, Shipbuilding and Environmental Protection, etc.
Ionkov says that Manali Group is interested in buying Plovdiv-based metallurgic plant Helios Metal for reinforcing steel bars.
The presence of phenolic compounds in soils is due to different sources including industrial activities of chemical, textile, pharmaceutical, polymers, pulp and paper, woods, plasticizers, pesticide, and metallurgic industries or by the release of industrial effluents and domestic sewage [6,7].
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I have contacted a metallurgic specialist, and he is not very encouraging.
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