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Diagram of a Bessemer Converter, 1867
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Diagram of a Bessemer Converter, 1867
Diagram of a Bessemer Converter. "Fig 43. The First Form of Bessemer Converter and Ladle." The Bessemer process was developed in Great Britain by Sir Henry Bessemer in 1867. The new ability to manufacture large quantities of wrought iron and steel brought about the second phase of industrialization, referred to as the Second Industrial Revolution. Click here to enlarge.
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