Possible applications of various reduction processes to canadian iron ores

Authors

  • R. R. Rogers,

    1. Mines Branch, Department of Mines and Technical Surveys, Ottawa, Ont. Published by permission of the Director, Mines Branch, Department of Mines and Technical Surveys, Ottawa, Ont.
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  • G. E. Viens,

    1. Mines Branch, Department of Mines and Technical Surveys, Ottawa, Ont. Published by permission of the Director, Mines Branch, Department of Mines and Technical Surveys, Ottawa, Ont.
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  • R. A. Campbell

    1. Mines Branch, Department of Mines and Technical Surveys, Ottawa, Ont. Published by permission of the Director, Mines Branch, Department of Mines and Technical Surveys, Ottawa, Ont.
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Abstract

A survey is made of (1) the factors which make possible a Canadian iron production industry, and (2) a number of the iron reduction processes which are now available, and their requirements. Based on this information an attemps is made to forecast the general nature of the Canadian iron production industry in the foreseeable future.

Abstract

Les auteurs font un relevé des facteurs qui rendent possible une industrie sidérurgique canadienne. Ils passent également en revue quelques procédés maintenant disponibles pour la réduction de minerais de fer et les particularités de chacun. En se basant sur ces renseignements, on tente de prévoir la nature générale de l'industrie sidérurgique canadienne dans un avenir rapproché.

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