menu

China Coal Melt Extracted Stainless Steel

Rare-earth element - Wikipedia

A rare-earth element (REE) or rare-earth metal (REM), as defined by IUPAC, is one of a set of seventeen chemical elements in the periodic table, specifically the fifteen lanthanides, as well as scandium and yttrium.

History of Technology - Electropaedia, Energy Sources and ...

Heroes and Villains - A little light reading. Here you will find a brief history of technology. Initially inspired by the development of batteries, it covers technology in general and includes some interesting little known, or long forgotten, facts as well as a few myths about the development of technology, the science behind it, the context in which it occurred and the deeds of the many ...

Cellulosic Ethanol Reality Begins to Set In

Delusional Mandates. It is hard to believe that just a few short years ago, Congress mandated a massive increase in usage of cellulosic ethanol.

Polyestertime • news,Polymers,Petrochemicals,crude oil,man ...

news,Polymers,Petrochemicals,crude oil,man made fiber,bio-plastic,bio-degradable plastic,bio-chemicals,film,natural fibers,polyethylene terephthalate,polyethylene ...

Steel Glossary | Glossary of Terms | Platts

SBB's steel glossary is great for finding the definition for any steel term associated to the industry.

UNSPSC Selector Tool - APUC

A selector tool to be used by suppliers and buying organisations preparing a catalogue for upload into PECOS; Updated on 10th September 2008 for use with Excel 2007.

Glossary - Covering steel, scrap metal, stainless, aluminum ...

Alnico. An alloy containing aluminum nickel and cobalt. The original high-strength permanent-magnet alloy.

Chef's Knives, Kitchen Cutlery, Knives for Cooking

Handmade chef's knives, knives for cooking, kitchen knives handmade and custom by Jay Fisher

Nuclear Energy - The Practice

Nuclear Energy - The Practice . Nuclear energy is the usable energy extracted from atomic nuclei via controlled nuclear reactions and nuclear power plants have been used for commercial electricity generation for over half a century.

What Happens to All That Plastic? - blogs.lumbia.edu

Americans discard about 33.6 million tons of plastic each year, but only 9.5 percent of it is recycled and 15 percent is combusted in waste-to-energy facilities. What happens to the rest of it?

Ferrous metallurgy - Wikipedia

Ferrous metallurgy is the metallurgy of iron and its alloys.It began far back in prehistory.The earliest surviving iron artifacts, from the 4th millennium BC in Egypt, were made from meteoritic iron-nickel.

HS Code Finder / Sri Lanka Customs

HS Code Description; 84482000 : Parts and accessories of machines of 84.44 or their auxiliary machinery : 84483100 : Card clothing : 84483200 : Parts and accessories of machines for preparing textile fibres, nes

Frontier Energy

Frontier Energy is the world's first publication, eNewsletter and website to focus on the oil & gas and shipping operations in the Arctic and other environmentally challenging and harsh, ice-affected regions.

Mokusaku Wood Vinegar pyroligneous acid

Wood vinegar, or pyroligneous acid, is the fluid or sap derived from tree cells which exhibits exceptional permeability and sterilizing properties.It is a pure and natural solution, safe for use in the home.

Bullet lube ingredients, uses, sources, descriptions, recipes ...

There are far too many "possible" ingredients that could be used in bullet lube to list but many of the more common ones (and a few rather odd ones) are described below.

Potential of pyrolysis processes in the waste management ...

The fundamentals of pyrolysis, its latest developments, the different conditions of the process and its residues are of great importance in evaluating the applicability of the pyrolysis process within the waste management sector and in waste treatment.

Filtration - GVS Filter Technology

Filtration through a mesh means that the screen will stop particles larger than the mesh size rating. Medical meshes adopted by GVS are medical grade and comply with the very strict international requirements for cleanliness.

Steel - Bessemer steel |

Steel - Bessemer steel: Bulk steel production was made possible by Henry Bessemer in 1855, when he obtained British patents for a pneumatic steelmaking process. (A similar process is said to have been used in the United States by William Kelly in 1851, but it was not patented until 1857.)