This 1884 manual on the manufacture of iron and steel was written by a leading Victorian industrialist and scientist.plates of 25 or 30 tons, which were afterwards consolidated under the crushing blows of the 80 ton hammer. ... in the manufacture of iron is furnished in forging the coils for ordnance purposes, as first suggested and first practised by Sir aquot; William Armstrong. ... all the workman could do was to soften his product, and then, by hard manual labour, cause it to stick piece by piece together in the furnace itself.
|Title||:||Principles of the Manufacture of Iron and Steel|
|Author||:||Isaac Lowthian Bell|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge University Press - 2010-12-23|