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Full text of "Metallurgy Of Cast Iron"

science and practice go hand in hand admirably, no matter what the field maybe. Whatever theories may develop regarding1 the melting of iron, whatever the effect of high or low phosphorus, silicon, manganese, and sulphur may be shown to be on the melting point of an iron eventually (the present series of irons not being well enough adapted for this phase of the question), the results here given are, it is hoped, of sufficient value to stimulate further research of practical value to the founders of cast iron.''rer iron in the gray variety.