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refractory-lined

Definitions

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  • adjective (of furnaces) lined with material that has a high melting point

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Examples

  • An electric arc furnace used for steelmaking consists of a refractory-lined vessel, usually water-cooled in larger sizes, covered with a retractable roof, and through which one or more graphite electrodes enter the furnace.

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  • An electric arc furnace used for steelmaking consists of a refractory-lined vessel, usually water-cooled in larger sizes, covered with a retractable roof, and through which one or more graphite electrodes enter the furnace.

    Electric Arc Furnace (EAF)

  • Rotary frit kilns are large refractory-lined cylinders, which have a burner (gas or oil) that passes through them.

    7. Frits and fritmaking

  • Twenty serious citations with total penalties of $102,000 allege the following failures: to support pipes properly; to maintain heat transfer information for refractory-lined vessels; to assure the accuracy of P

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  • the roof, which may be refractory-lined or water-cooled, and can be shaped as a section of a sphere, or as a frustum conical section.

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  • the roof, which may be refractory-lined or water-cooled, and can be shaped as a section of a sphere, or as a frustum conical section.

    Electric Arc Furnace (EAF)

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