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Identifier: SC MS 0181
This collection reflects steel making practice at the turn of the twentieth century particularly the reuse of by-products of steel manufacture. It appears that the European steel manufacture was interested in economical reuse of the by-products. Bethlehem Steel Company recognized the potential of the European manufacturing practice and sent engineers to Europe to observe these practices. Also included in this collection are descriptions of Pennsylvania steel mills at the turn of the...
Identifier: SC MS 0199
This manuscript is a report based on personal
observations regarding a variation of the open-hearth furnace manufacture of steel castings first
installed in Switzerland in the early 20th century and later installed in the United States.
Detailed descriptions of the process and the quality of the product are presented.