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Iron

How many elements are there?

As of August 21, 2012, scientists know of 118 different elements.

What should you know about a chemical element?

You should be able to elaborate on chemical elements under at least 100 different headings.
Atomic Number: 26
Alloys

What are various iron alloys?
Here are further guidelines.
Chemical properties of iron

What are the chemical properties of iron?
Here are further guidelines.
Compounds

What are the various chemical compounds of iron?
Here are further guidelines.
Extraction

How is iron extracted?
Here are further guidelines.
Ferrous metal recycling
Physical properties of iron

What are the physical properties of iron?
Here are further guidelines.
Requirements of iron and metal products in the state

How should you calculate requirements of iron and metal products in the state?
Here are further guidelines.
What should you know about iron and metal products?
Here are further guidelines.
Iron Quiz
Occupational Safety and Health Administration

What OSHA standards apply?
What are some examples of hazards and possible solutions in this industry?
How can I develop and implement a safety and health program?
What additional information is available?
What are the duties and responsibilities of this job?
What are the skills and knowledge required for this job?
Managing Director
Executive Director (F&A)
Executive Director (Projects)
Executive Director (P&A)
Executive Director (MM)
Executive Director (Works)
GM (CRM & Technology)
GM (Projects)
GM (Services)
GM (C&IT)
Addl Director (M&HS)
GM (Traffic)
GM (Electrical)
GM (Refractories)
GM (Coke Ovens)
GM (OHP)
GM (Quality)
GM (HRD)
GM (RGBS)
GM (PPC & SC)
GM (Mechanical)
GM (Vig) & ACVO
GM (HRCF)
GM (Projects)
GM (Shops & Foundries)
GM (MARKETING)
GM (I & A)
GM (SMS-I)
GM (P&A)
GM (Projects-Modrn Elect)
GM (CSR)
GM (TS)
GM (BF)
GM (Safety)
GM (Utilities)
GM (Projects)
GM (HSM)
GM (Projects)
Addl Director (M&HS)
GM (SP)
GM (CRM)
GM (SMS-II & CCS)
GM (MM)
Sr Manager (PR) & Chief of Communications
Steel Mill Maintenance
Steel Mill Operator
Steel Mill Schedule
Steel Mill Supervisor
Steel Plate Fabrication
Steel Mill Welders
Steel Plant Casting
Steel Plant Foremen
Plant Manager
Mechanical Engineer Plant Maintenance
Electrical Maintenance Specialist
Structural Iron and Steel Workers
Structural Metal Fabricators and Fitters

Plant Cafeteria

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New Steel Industry Plants
Upgrade, Expansion Existing Steel Industry Plants
Uses of Iron
    What are the uses of iron?
    Iron for building rods
    Iron for bridges
    Iron for carts
    Iron for coloring agents
    Iron for chains
    Iron for consumer electronics
    Iron for cycle stands
    Iron for chicken coops
    Iron for door hinges
    Iron for door pulls
    Iron for elevators
    Iron for escalators
    Iron for electrical fittings
    Iron for food racks and shelves
    Iron for fire hydrants
    Iron for fences
    Iron for gates, doors, and windows
    Iron for human health
    Iron for hydrocarbons
    Iron for holding cylinders
    Iron for iron furniture
    Iron for machine tools
    Iron for the production of ammonia
    Iron for pipes
    Iron for poison
    Iron for road poles
    Iron for road dumpsters
    Iron for road signs
    Iron for railway lines
    Iron for stairs
    Iron for sewage disposal
    Iron for surgical equipment
    Iron for utensils
    Iron for utensil holders
    Iron for vehicles
    Iron for weapons
    Iron for weight training equipment
    Iron for wastewater drain covers
    Iron for wires
How have uses of iron been expanded?

Iron’s specific type has been expanded with every use.

What type of iron can be in a product made of iron?

Pure element (rare), alloy, compound, complex compound, or a mixture.

Is it an alloy, compound, complex compound, or a mixture?
What type of Iron is it?
Here are further guidelines.
What are three main shapes in which steel products can be manufactured?

Sheets, plates, and bars.

Steel

What is steel?
How is steel made?
How many types of steel are there?
How much steel is produced in a year?
Is steel environmentally friendly and sustainable?
Can steel be recycled?
Who invented steel?
Why does steel rust?

Here are further guidelines.
Safety and health
Economics
Climate change
Sustainability
Life cycle thinking
Automotive steel
Technology
Construction
Raw materials
Packaging
Stainless steel
How should you calculate requirements of iron and metal products in the state?
What should you know about iron and metal products?
History of Steelmaking
Iron Ship Building
Iron Quiz
Steel Industry World



Steel Industry Furnace
    Q) What type of furnace do I need?
    Q) What Makes a Furnace Efficient?
    Q) What efficiency should I have?
    Q) What is a Blast Furnace?
    Q) What is the Difference Between Oven and the Furnace?
    Q) What is an Electric Arc Furnance?
    Q) What is rotary kiln Furnance?
    Q) What is brazing?
    Q) Is there any difference between electric arc furnace and induction furnace?
    Q) Which Furnace is better. Electric or Fuel Fired?


Q) What's the difference between an alloy and an ore?

An alloy is a homogeneous mixture of elements; at least one of the elements must be a metal. An ore is a naturally occuring mixture (usually heterogenous) that contains a particular metal (or a compound of that metal) in amounts that make extraction of the metal economically worthwhile.

Q) Can you recycle steel?
Q) How many different types of steel are available?
Q) How much steel is produced in a year?
Q) Is steel environmentally friendly and sustainable?
Q) What is a finished product?
Q) What is a flat steel product?
Q) What is a long steel product?
Q) What is a mini-mill?
Q) What is a semi-finished product?
Q) What is blast furnace iron (BFI)?
Q) What is direct reduced iron (DRI)?
Q) Where is steel produced?
Q) Who invented steel?
Q) Why does steel rust?
Q) Where are the galvanised plain and corrugated steel sheets, rods and wires produced?
Q) What is TMT bar?
Q) What is the difference between TMT, HYSD, TOR steel? Casting
    Q) What is Casting?
    Q) Where are stainless steel castings typically used?
    Q) What is sand casting?
    Q) When should you use sand casting?
    Q) What materials can be used in castings?
    Q) How are forgings produced?
    Q) How does forging differ from casting?
    Q) What does the forging process do to the source metal?
    Q) What is the difference between cold, warm, and hot forging?
Superalloys
    Q) What are the superalloys used for?
    Q) What are the superalloys?
    Q) Why is non-destructive testing necessary?
    Q) What kind of components are fabricated from the superalloys, and what are their roles?
    Q) Why are the superalloys used for land-based turbines?
    Q) What kind of shell systems are used for investment casting?
    Q) What is investment casting?
    Q) Is it possible to design heat treatment processes such that a gradient in grain size is produced?
    Q) How can Residual stresses in superalloy components can be minimised?
    Q) What is Vacuum Induction Melting?
Brazing

    What is the difference between soldering, brazing and welding?
    What does a brazed joint provide?
    How does brazing work?
    What types of filler metal forms are there?
    What is oxidization?
    What is Flux?
    What are the available flux forms?
    How can flux be cleaned off of joint after brazing?
    What is the shelf life of flux?
    How can flux be reconstituted or thinned?
    What is brazing paste?
    In what applications is using paste feasible?
    What is the shelf life of brazing paste?
    What is the proper clearance for brazing?
    What types of joint configurations can be used when brazing?
    At what temperature should the furnace be at when furnace brazing?
    What is the strength of a brazed joint?
    What is Handy One?
    What alloy is recommended for brazing copper to copper?
    Can stainless steel be brazed in vacuum below a temperature of 1700° F?
    What braze alloy would be appropriate for brazing 300 series steel that will be subjected to contact with water?
Galvanizing
    What is the definition of galvanizing?
    What is Galvanizing?
    What is Galvanized Metal?
    What is Galvanized Steel?
    What is Hot-Dip Galvanizing?
    What is Industrial Steel?
    What are the disadvantages of Plating (galvanizing)?
    What is Zinc?
    What is Surgical Steel?
    How does the mechanical process work?
    What are RoHS and EOVL?
    What are the Restricted Substances?
Q) How does steel become stainless?

A: Adding 10 to 30 percent chromium to steel creates stainless steel, which is very resistant to rust.


Q) Do you manufacture aeronautical grade of alloys?
Q) What is iron ore?
Q) Have you ever wondered how people refine iron and steel? You probably have heard of iron ore, but how is it that you extract a metal from a rock?
Q) How Do We Mine Iron Ore?


To make iron, you start with iron ore. Iron ore is simply rock that happens to contain a high concentration of iron.

Common iron ores include:

Hematite - Fe2O3 - 70 percent iron
Magnetite - Fe3O4 - 72 percent iron
Limonite - Fe2O3 + H2O - 50 percent to 66 percent iron
Siderite - FeCO3 - 48 percent iron

If you had to pick a few technologies that have had a tremendous effect on modern society, the refining of iron and steel would have to be somewhere near the top of the list. Iron and steel show up in a huge array of modern products. Cars, tractors, bridges, trains (and their rails), tools, skyscrapers, guns, ships -- even the common steel can -- all depend on iron and steel to make them strong and inexpensive.
Basic shapes such as plates, sheets, strips, rods, bars, and tubing. This industry also uses blast furnaces and coke ovens.

Occupational Safety and Health Administration
What OSHA standards apply?
What are some examples of hazards and possible solutions in this industry?
How can I develop and implement a safety and health program?
What additional information is available?
What are the duties and responsibilities of this job?
What are the skills and knowledge required for this job?
New Steel Industry Plants
Upgrade, Expansion Existing Steel Industry Plants
Plate/Coil
Pipe/Tube
Stainless Steel
Structure Steel: Angle bar, Round bar.