Written in 1895, this book provides a detailed look at the processes involved in the production of iron and steel in the late 19th century. The book covers the extraction of iron from iron ore, as well as the various methods of steel production, including the Bessemer, Siemens-Martin, and open-hearth processes. The book also contains information on the chemical properties of iron and steel, and the ways in which these materials are used in construction and other industries.
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