Mathematical models in metallurgical process development

proceedings of the conference ... held at the Royal Garden Hotel, London W8, on 12 and 13 February 1969.

Publisher: Iron and Steel Institute in London

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SeriesIron and Steel Institute. ISI publication -- 123
ContributionsIron and Steel Institute
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LC ClassificationsTN"673"M38
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Paginationvii, 242 p. :
Number of Pages242
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ISBN 100900497114
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8, on 12 and 13 February Iron & Steel Institute London Australian/Harvard Citation. Iron and Steel Institute. An understanding of process phenomena is essential in the optimization of metallurgical processes.

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