bloomery


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bloomery

(ˈbluːmərɪ)
n, pl -eries
(Metallurgy) a place in which malleable iron is produced directly from iron ore
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12] studied the softening and melting temperature of bloomery slag (CaO-MgO-[Al.
In his 2013 PhD dissertation, significantly revised and modified for international readers, Rundberget reports on the Gr<@a>fjell Project, the largest archaeological project undertaken in the outlying land in Norway, which discovered so many sites of bloomery iron-making that it suggests a highly intensive iron extraction period from AD 975 to 1290.
Interestingly, those located on the Bo Luang plateau had a well-established tradition of mining and smelting iron in bloomery furnaces, an activity that they practised until the early 1920s.
Linda Losey of Bloomery Plantation Distillery, Charles Town, W.
If he's off at his bloomery for a day or two, she sulks till he comes back hauling the blooms of ore" (177).
With its sweet fruit-flavored liqueurs, a working farm and eccentric cast of characters-- including a dancing lemon -- Bloomery Plantation Distillery has attracted tourists from every U.
Metallurgical analysis of a chisel excavated from the early Iron Age megalithic site at Mahurjhari in Maharashtra has revealed that it was made by a process known in modern metallurgy as solidstate reduction or bloomery process.
Their research also indicates that iron smelting slags were formed at temperatures exceeding 1,350-1,400 degrees Celsius, at least 100 degrees higher than that implied for European bloomery furnaces.
Accordingly, we found ourselves immersed in the world of exotic bloomery marvelling at the hand tying abilities of Pascal, Nathalie's flower loving boyfriend.
Accordingly, we found ourselves immersed in the world of exotic bloomery marvelling at the hand- tying abilities of Pascal,Nathalie's flower-lovingboyfriend.
He petitioned to build an iron bloomery, a hearth that can smelt iron for metal work.