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Title Transcription
コガタ レンガ ロ ヲ モチイタ タタラ セイテツ ノ キョウザイカ ノ ココロミ
Title Alternative (English)
Making “Tatara” Steel as a Teaching Material Using with a Small Brick Furnace
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language
jpn
Attribute
NATURAL SCIENCE
Author
MASUDA, Shirou
Description
 “Tatara” was a Japanese traditional process to produce solid steel, so called “Kera” and/or iron pig, so called “Zuku”, from iron sand and charcoal using box type furnace with blowing cold air. Characteristics of Tatara steelmaking process are low-temperature reaction and short reduction time. Therefore, Tatara furnace is suitable to teaching material of metal smelting. In order to operate safely and get iron securely, outer wall of the Tatara furnace doubled and we used iron sand with a very small particle size. We operated the improved Tatara furnace and get spherical solid steels showing metallic luster. Carbon concentration in the steel was analyzed by infrared absorption method during oxidation to be 0.57 mass% .
Subject
小型たたら炉
製鉄
玉鋼(たまはがね)
砂鉄
還元
Journal Title
Memoirs of the Faculty of Education, Shimane University
Volume
53
Start Page
87
End Page
91
ISSN
2433-5355
Published Date
2020-02-17
Publisher
島根大学教育学部
NII Type
Departmental Bulletin Paper
Format
PDF
Text Version
出版社版
OAI-PMH Set
Faculty of Education