CGT 110 Lecture 10 Fall 2011

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CGT 110 Lecture 10 Manufacturing Materials
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Ferrous Materials  Ferrous Materials Includes iron and the large family of iron alloys called  steel. The most frequently specified metals All commercial forms or iron and steel contain carbon,  which is an integral part of metallurgy.
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Cast Iron Ductile (Nodular) Iron Higher strength than gray Iron Gray Iron Works well in a machine environment White Iron Extreme hardness High-Alloy Iron Specialized application Malleable Iron White iron which, due to heat treating, is maleable
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Steel Production
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Schematic of Blast Furnace
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Blast Furnace Plant
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Blast Furnace
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Blast Furnace Schematic
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A blast furnace is used in the process of extracting  iron. The raw materials iron ore, coke and limestone  are put in at the top.  Hot air is blasted into this furnace  at the bottom making the coke (carbon) burn faster and  the temperature rises to about 1500º. When the coke  burns, carbon dioxide is produced. 
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