This 1884 manual on the manufacture of iron and steel was written by a leading Victorian industrialist and scientist.... of iron is furnished in forging the coils for ordnance purposes, as first suggested and first practised by Sir aquot;William Armstrong. ... From this primitive state of the process we pass to the blast furnace, driven with heated air, and furnishing 20 puddling furnaces with a weekly ... could do was to soften his product, and then, by hard manual labour, cause it to stick piece by piece together in the furnace itself.
|Title||:||Principles of the Manufacture of Iron and Steel|
|Author||:||Isaac Lowthian Bell|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge University Press - 2010-12-23|