Can you please explain brask furnance part of metallurgy

Asked by taruarora2605 | 26th Jan, 2020, 11:58: AM

Expert Answer:

Blast Furnance in Metallurgy-
 
A large structure in which iron ore is heated under pressure so that it melts and the pure iron metal separates out and can be collected.
 
Blasts furnaces are used for smelting during the production of metals such as iron, lead, zinc, and copper. A blast furnace works by blasting hot air up through the furnace while fuels, limestone, and ore move continuously through the top of the furnace. The method used in blast furnaces have been used since the 1500's. 

Answered by Ravi | 27th Jan, 2020, 12:59: PM

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