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 (fĕr′ō-ăl′oi′, -ə-loi′)
Any of various alloys of iron and one or more other elements, such as manganese or silicon, used as a raw material in the production of steel.


(ˌfɛr oʊˈæl ɔɪ, -əˈlɔɪ)

an alloy of iron with some element other than carbon.
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Tenders are invited for Ferrovanadium FeV80 GOST 27130-94 (fraction of 2-100 mm.
AMG produces aluminum master alloys and powders, titanium alloys and coatings, ferrovanadium, natural graphite, chromium metal, antimony, tantalum, niobium and silicon metal.
Sulfoferrite clinker (SFC) were synthesized based on chalk and secondary raw materials--ferrite and sulfate waste from ferrovanadium production, chemical compositions shown in Table 1.
The Windimurra plant produced its first ferrovanadium in early January 2012 and is expected to reach design capacity of 6,300 mt/y of contained vanadium during the first quarter of 2013.
Based on lath martensite and carbides, the surfacing electrode with high hardness was developed owing to adding graphite, ferrotitanium, ferrovanadium, etc.
Ardeshir Saed-Mohammadi added that Iran tries to gain ferrovanadium production knowledge.
The main vanadium-containing material in metallurgy is ferrovanadium with weight share of vanadium 35-80 %.
In a case involving ferrovanadium, a steel strengthener, the preliminary duty rate was set at 78.
164) The alleged conspiracy involved anticompetitive activity both in the United States and Canada, resulting in plaintiffs elimination as a competing purchaser of vanadium in both markets, and as a competing manufacturer of ferrovanadium (for which vanadium is a necessary input).
The main vanadium producers, Highveld Steel & Vanadium and Rhombus Exploration (Rhoex), produce vanadium pentoxide and the higher value ferrovanadium.
61 Producers of ferroalloys also were hard pressed to satisfy stronger demand from specialty steel makers in 1988; South African producers of ferrochrome and ferrovanadium (the principal world suppliers) were reportedly stretched to the limits of capacity and carrying little or no inventory by the end of the year.