Metals and melting practices - ladle, limestone,ore,sinter, Mechanical Engineering

Metals and Melting Practices - Ladle, Limestone,Ore,Sinter

Ladle : A big bucket utilized as a carrier for molten metal.
Limestone : A Blast Furnace raw material that eliminate impurities such like silica from the ore. Mainly made from calcium carbonate, CaCO3.
Ore : A substance in the Earth's crust that have adequate metal for it to be profitably mined.
Reducing Agent : A substance that brings around reduction.
Sinter : A Blast Furnace raw material that is made up by heating coke and iron ore together to create coarse lumps.

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