Sources: 英汉冶金大词典; 英汉化学大词典; CC-CEDICT; 英汉地质大词典; Adso Chinese-English Dictionary; 英汉建筑大词典
At the other end of Eurasia, Lao-tzu, Chuang-tzu and the followers of Confucius elaborated Chinese thought; the abacus and blast furnace were invented; and the Grand Canal was begun.
We can use blast furnace slag, light burnt magnesia, alkali — sodium silicate, potassium hydroxide for preparing a new inorganic compound cementitious material under laboratorial study.
It forged an entire generation inside an economic blast furnace, giving them a sense of sacrifice and perseverance that would later serve them well.
Russia's Severstal, which operates several mills in the U .S., is expected to idle its blast furnace in Maryland this month due to slow demand.
17 workers died Wednesday and another 27 were injured when gas leaked from a blast furnace in the Ganglu Iron and Steel Co in Zunhua, Hebei.
Severstal spokeswoman Elizabeth Kovach said the idled blast furnace is due to a slowdown in the construction steel market.
Wawan said the new plant uses blast furnace technology claimed to be low cost.
It began about the middle of the 19th century, when the blast furnace came into use.
In the smelting of ferro— manganese in blast furnace, the variation of manganese recovery rate is so large that it ranges from 60 —90%.
The blast furnace gas( BFG) which is byproduct of ironmaking plays an important role in the energy construction of iron and steel works.