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smelt

(smĕlt)
v.
A past tense and a past participle of smell
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A new market study, titled "Global Smelting Chemicals Market Insights, Forecast to 2025", has been featured on WiseGuyReports.
specializes in non-ferrous metal smelting industry.
The plan follows the company successfully dealing with the problem of slag mountains - the waste resulting from ferrochrome smelting, which had begun stockpiling on land earmarked for the expansion project, Mohammed Yahya Al Shabibi, vice chairman, Gulf Mining Group, was quoted as saying in an Oman Daily Observer report.
The Philippine Induction Smelting Industry Association (Pisia) said that India, a top global producer of steel, has an estimated 1,000 steel manufacturers, which use the IFST.
"PISIA is also confident that induction furnace smelting is the better technology in the Philippines and in the world," Coseteng said.
[ClickPress, Tue Oct 09 2018] Copper Smelting Market: Overview Smelting is a process of applying heat to ore in order to extract the base metal.
* A revolutionary process to make aluminium produces oxygen and replaces all direct greenhouse gas emissions from the traditional aluminium smelting process.
aluminum producer Alcoa and multinational mining behemoth Rio Tinto, Apple announced a collaboration in Canada to fund a technology that, the companies say, can remove carbon dioxide emissions from the high-temperature smelting process that goes into making aluminum.
Alcoa (AA) and Rio Tinto Aluminum (RIO) announced a joint venture to commercialize patented technology that eliminates direct greenhouse gas emissions from the traditional smelting process, a key step in aluminum production, reported Apple (AAPL).
In 2016, the prototype of an optimized aluminum smelting system was realized as part of a Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology (BMWi)-funded cooperative project between the industrial and business communities.
Many previous studies [6, 7] try to reduce the cost as well as improve the properties (such as microstructure and strength) of CTB by a partial replacement of Portland cement by ground-granulated blast furnace slag (GGBFS), nonferrous smelting slag, or fly ash.