Metals and melting practices -slag,tapping,vacuum degassing , Mechanical Engineering

Metals and Melting Practices -Slag,Tapping,Vacuum Degassing

Slag : A waste product of iron and steel making, utilized to eliminate impurities. In particular, a by-product of the Blast Furnace that is formed while limestone combines along impurities in the ore.
Tapping : An operation in which molten metal is permitted to run out of a furnace.
Vacuum Degassing : A method utilized to eliminate impure gases from a molten metal by shaking it at extremely low pressures.

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