Bessemer process

Bessemer process,

Definition of Bessemer process:

  1. The process of making steel, which is now largely obsolete, in which carbon, silicon and other impurities are oxidized from cast iron to be blown out of the air in a special capacitor (Bassmer converter).

  2. An old method of steel making involves blowing air into the oven at a temperature of about 12,250 ° C to burn contaminants and replace pig iron produced from blast furnaces. British engineer Sir Henry Besmer (181398) was one of the pioneers of the modern basic oxygen process after his discovery.

How to use Bessemer process in a sentence?

  1. The steel industry, for example, changed dramatically in the 1850s with the Bismarck process, which burned iron impurities in a blast furnace.

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