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Experiments to reconstruct the ancient Chinese co-fusion steelmaking method, by P. Whitaker, 1956

Experiments to reconstruct the ancient Chinese co-fusion steelmaking method, by P. Whitaker, 1956

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Low Carbon Strips Heated in a Carbon-Monoxide Atmosphere and Forge Welded at Temperatures of 950°C. to 1000°C.

Strips Welded With and Without Powdered White Cast Iron Between the Layers.

by P. Whitaker, Manager, Metallurgical Research, Steward & Lloyd, Corby, Northants.

20 December 1955

This research was undertaken at the request of Dr Joseph Needham in order to suggest a possible interpretation for an the ancient Chinese co-fusion steelmaking method of Qiwu Huaiwen. The report is reproduced here from the copy in the archives of the Needham Research Institute, Cambridge.
Low Carbon Strips Heated in a Carbon-Monoxide Atmosphere and Forge Welded at Temperatures of 950°C. to 1000°C.

Strips Welded With and Without Powdered White Cast Iron Between the Layers.

by P. Whitaker, Manager, Metallurgical Research, Steward & Lloyd, Corby, Northants.

20 December 1955

This research was undertaken at the request of Dr Joseph Needham in order to suggest a possible interpretation for an the ancient Chinese co-fusion steelmaking method of Qiwu Huaiwen. The report is reproduced here from the copy in the archives of the Needham Research Institute, Cambridge.

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Published by: Donald B. Wagner on Apr 14, 2009
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