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Full text of "Metallurgy Of Cast Iron"

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^-^--products  ovens  for making........................3,  6
irst successful use of.................................     3
y^dvantages of coal over..............................     3
Principles involved in making..........................     4
where   found................................      6
peration °f oven for making.........................6-13
raise in ..............................................     9
oisture in  .....................................9, 11, 307
Removal of pyrites and slate from.....................    n
'  lie yield obtained from ovens.........................    13
^* ensity and cell structure of.........................13, 14
^liysical tests and chemical analyses of..............15, 18
•Difference in forty-eight and seventy-two hour........    16
y-four,   ninety-six,   and   124-hour  coke...........    17
house coke and its utility..........................    17
and phosphorus in.......................18, 21, 22
-Different makes of.....................................    18
Slack ends and black butts in..........................    18
"v^ualities in good and poor............................    18
L-ocalities conceded to produce the best.............18,   23
Stock coke, how created and its utility..................    19
3?* ercentage of fixed carbon in..........................    19
•A.sh, its composition and percentages in..............r  20
Cliemical properties desirable in........................    20
^Evils of scarcity of good water in making..............    22
^\.   quick test for sulphur in............................    22
"VVeight of soft and hard coke per bushel................    23
H>ifferent amounts of hard and soft coke required to melt 23 Conditions under which greatest heat is obtained from.. 75 A.mount of coke theoretically required to melt iron......307
Compression Tests of Iron-IP lie transverse, deflection and chill of an iron a good index  to   ........................................... 439
./Ys    obtained    in   different   grades   of   iron   by   the   A.
F. A.......................................558, 560, 562'   ran^uJK   I'roin