Stall roasting and copper matting in blast furnace
"The theory of the copper blast furnace run having been given us in the class room, we wishing to familiarize ourselves with the practical processes and the difficulties involved, selected it as the basis of an investigation of which the following is a correct report. The original ore was a high grade copper sulphide from the Ducktown, Tenn. district to which was added some heavy pyritic ore from various quarters. The latter was added to furnish the iron oxide necessary as a flux in the blast furnace and sulphur in sufficient amount to make the ore self roasting when charged into a previously heated stall"--page 1.
Mining and Nuclear Engineering
B.S. in Mining Engineering
Missouri School of Mines and Metallurgy
i, 22 pages
© 1906 J. V. Stevens, F. B. Powell, and J. D. Shanks, All rights reserved.
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Stevens, John Vivian; Powell, Frank Bowman; and Shanks, John Dozier, "Copper matting blast furnace run" (1906). Bachelors Theses. 189.