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Word: metallurgical

Definition: pertaining to the art of removing metals from ores; N. metallurgy: science that deals with extracting metals from ores


Sentences Containing 'metallurgical'

ASOA trains students in more than 50 fields: Geological Engineering, Computer Sciences, Metallurgical Engineering, Hydrogeology Engineering, Geophysics Engineering, Mountain-Mining Engineering, Petroleum and Gas Constructions Engineering, Heating Energetics Engineering, Equipment Production Engineering, Technology Machinery and Apparatus Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Electronics, Communication and Radiotechnics Engineering, Mechatronics and Robotechnology Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Information Technology and Systems Engineering, Re-manufacturing and Repair Engineering, Metrology, Standardization and Certification Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Petroleum and Gas Engineering, Automatization Engineering, Management, Engineering Economics, Marketing and so on.
Both steam coal and metallurgical coal have been extracted from such seams as the Cedar Grove, Eagle, Alma, and Winifrede.
Carlos Remigio Cardoen Cornejo (born in Santa Cruz, Chile, May 1, 1942), is a Chilean metallurgical engineer, weapons scientist and agricultural businessman.
From 1928 to 1929, he was appointed an acting assistant professor at Stanford. In 1929, Kelley went to work as an associate physical chemist for the Region III Pacific Experiment Station of the Metallurgical Division of the United States Bureau of Mines in Berkeley, California.
He completed his secondary education in Marathi and went on to graduate in metallurgical engineering from IIT Bombay in 1978.
He earned a Bachelor's degree in metallurgical engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in 1948, and a Master's degree in 1949 and Ph.D. in 1952, from MIT.
He was granted a total of six American and five European patents for the development of his catalysts and metallurgical processes needed for their preparation.
Iași is active in manufacturing sector too, particularly in automotive, pharmaceutical industry, metallurgical production, textiles and clothing, constructions, wine, preserved meat.
Main industries include textile mills, rubber processing and fertilizer plants, an oil refinery, petrochemicals, machinery, and metallurgical industry.
The socialist period saw a growth of 235% in population and 69% in area in Iași. By 1989, Iași had become highly industrialized, with chemical, pharmaceutical, metallurgical, heavy equipment, textile, food, energy, and furniture industries.
With André Brochant de Villiers and Elie de Beaumont, he visited England to study processes for mining and metallurgical production.
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