Steel in Translation
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Steel in Translation is an industrial engineering journal concerned with theoretical and applied problems of ferrous metallurgy. It contains a selection of material translated from the two leading Russian ferrous metallurgical journals and as such reflects the current state of ironmaking and steelmaking in the former Soviet Union. Steelmakers and equipment suppliers worldwide regard Steel in Translation as a cost effective means of monitoring progress and assessing opportunities in a marketplace that is now actively inviting participation from the West. The monthly journal is intended not only for scientists and engineers, but plant managers, economists, and industry experts as well. The journal covers such subjects as: Blast furnaces, Steelmaking, Cast iron, Metal science, metal physics, and heat treatment, Electrical metallurgy of steel and ferroalloys, New metallic materials and processes, Analysis and control in metallurgy, Metallurgical equipment, Metal working, rolling, pipe and tube production, Metal products, Casting, Automation of metallurgical processes and plant equipment, Industrial economics, Conservation of resources, Ecology and industrial waste recycling, Physical chemistry and theory of metallurgical processes. Steel in Translation covers new developments in blast furnaces, steelmaking, rolled products, tubes, and metal manufacturing as well as unconventional methods of metallurgy and conservation of resources. Papers in materials science research and relevant commercial applications make up a considerable portion of the journal's contents. Throughout there is an emphasis on metal quality and cost effectiveness of metal production and treatment.
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