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Dust Collector

After dust-filled air has been captured by a dry dust collection system, it must be separated, collected, and disposed of. This dust collector separates dust particles from the airstream and discharges cleaned air either into the atmosphere or back into the workplace.

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Dust

Dust is performed to ascertain the ability of equipment to resist the effects of dust particles which penetrate into crevices, cracks, bearings, and joints.

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Raw materials in the Iron making Process & the reactions occurring in the Blast Furnace

In the Ironmaking Process therRaw materials are:

  • Iron oxides, Coke, and Limestone
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The Blast Furnace

Blast furnace is tfe furnace in which combustion is intensified by a blast of air, especially a furnace for smelting iron by blowing air through a hot mixture of ore, coke, and flux. It is a type of metallurgical furnace used for smelting to produce metals, generally iron.

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Iron and Steel Manufacture

Steel in general is an alloy of iron and carbon. Iron and Steel Manufacture, technology related to the production of iron and its alloys, particularly those containing a small percentage of carbon.

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Acid rain & it leads to corrosion of buildings

Acid rain is caused by emissions of sulphur dioxide and nitrogen oxides.

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Platinum

Platinum is a beautiful silvery-white metal, when pure, and is malleable and ductile.

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Types of Diamond

Natural diamond can be classified into four types: type 1a, 1b, 2a, and 2b, according to the percentage and kind of impurities they contain, mainly nitrogen and boron.

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Diamond

The word 'diamond' derives from Greek word 'adamao', meaning 'I tame or I subdue' or the related word adamas, which means 'hardest steel or hardest substance'.

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Usage of Silver

Silver [symbol Ag, Latin name argentum and Atomic number 47] is a precious metal, used to make ornaments, jewellery, high-value tableware and utensils (hence the term silverware) and currency coins.

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Usage of Gold

Gold is the element [symbol Au, Latin name aurum and Atomic number 79] which is highly sought-after precious metal, having been used as money, as a store of value, in jewelry, in sculpture, and for ornamentation since the beginning of recorded history. Gold is one of the coinage metals.

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Alloys of Gold are used in jewelry

Why Not Pure Gold?
Pure gold is too soft to be worn as everyday jewelry.

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Importance of Precious Metal

Precious metals are rare metallic chemical elements of high economic values. Chemically, the precious metals are less reactive than most elements. they have high luster and high electrical conductivity. Historically, precious metals were important as currency, but are now regarded mainly as investment and industrial commodities.

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Manufacture of Sulfuric Acid (H2SO4)

Most common process is Contact Process. The Contact Process is the process involving the catalytic oxidation of sulfur dioxide, SO2, to sulfur trioxide, SO3.

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Cast iron & Carbon equivalent

Iron accounts for more than 95 %wt of the alloy material, while the main alloying elements are carbon  and silicon. The amount of carbon in cast irons is ~2-4 %wt.Cast iron usually refers to grey cast iron.

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