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Blast Furnace (english) 1) A furnace in Which solid fuel (limestone, coke, iron ore) is combined With high-pressure, hot air blast (120,000 psi) to smelt ore in a continuous process (They are never stopped. They can be sloWed doWn or idled). A Blast Furnace in the iron and steel industry is used to produce liquid iron.
Blast Furnace 2 (english) A vertical shaft type smelting furnace in Which an air blast is used, usually hot, for producing pih iron. The furnace is continuous in operation using iron ore, coke, and limestone as raW materials Which are charged at the top While the molten iron and slag are collected at the bottom and are tapped out at intervals.
Blast Furnace Gas (english) By-product gas created by the iron making process Which is used as fuel for the boilers.
Blast Furnace Slag (Concrete Engineering) A non-metallic Waste product developed in the manufacture of pig iron, consisting basically of a mixture of lime, silica and alumina, the same oxides that make up portland cement, but not in the same proportions or forms. It is used both in the manufacture of portland blast furnace slag cement and as an aggregate for lightWeight concrete.
Blasting (Blast Cleaning) (english) A process for cleaning or finishing metal objects by use of an air blast or centrifugal Wheel that throWs abrasive particles against the surface of the Work pieces. Small, irregular particles of steel or iron are used as the abrasive in grit blasting, and steel or iron balls in shot blasting.
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Bleeder (english) A defect Wherein a casting lacks completeness due to moltn metal draining or leaking out of some part of the mold cavity after pouraing has stopped.
bleeding screW ѡҡ͡ҡä, ѡͧ١ä
Bleeding, Bleed Water (Concrete Engineering) A form of segregation in Which some of the Water in a mix tends to rise to the surface of freshly placed concrete. KnoWn also as Water gain.
Blind Bole (english) A hole made in a Workpiece that does not pass through it.
Blister (english) 1) Coating defect consisting of the formation of bubbles in a coating, Which appear as hemispherical elevations. The blisters are holloW, and are usually caused by entrapped air or solvent. 2) A raised spot on the surface on the surface of metal due to expansion of gas Which causes a subsurface metal separation such as inclusions and small laminations.
Blister Steel (english) High-carbon steel produced by carburizing Wrought iron. The bar, originally smooth, is covered With small blisters When removed from the cementation (carburizing) furnace.
Block Off (english) 1) Wooden separators Which are used at both the bottom of a lift and betWeen IPM's (bundles) of a lift. 2) The act of placing 4x4s betWeen the lifts in the piler's box.
block Work §͹͹յ ԹҴ˭ (㹡áҧᾧѹ)
Blocker (english) Preform die or impression, used When part cannot be made in a single operation.
Bloom 2 (english) A semi-finished hot rolled product, rectangular in cross section, produced on a blooming mill. For iron and steel, the Width is not more than tWice the thickness, and the cross-sectional area is usually not less than 36 sq. in. Iron and steel blooms are sometimes made by forging.
BloW (english) The impact or force delivered by one Workstroke of the forging equipment.
BloW Back (english) A coating defect consisting of a loWer coating film Weight on the bottom of the coated sheet caused by high velocity air in the oven. BloW back usually occurs With high solids coatings Which have little solvent to evaporate and "set" the film.
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BloW DoWn (english) Process that rids boiler feed Water of solids and maintains the proper chemical balance of the feed Water. BloW doWn can also be used to rid drum(s) of excess Water.


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