open-hearth

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open-hearth
In an open-hearth furnace, pig iron is melted to produce steel.
A. fuel and air enter
B. molten pig iron
C. exhaust gases exit

o·pen-hearth

(ō′pən-härth′)
adj.
1. Relating to or being a reverberatory furnace used in the production of high-quality steel.
2. Of or relating to the use of an open fireplace, especially for cooking.
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o′pen-hearth′



adj.
noting, pertaining to, or produced by the open-hearth process.
[1880–85]
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Adj.1.open-hearth - of or relating to or produced by the open-hearth process; "open-hearth steel"
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