Cover: A review of the steel industry of the United States.

A review of the steel industry of the United States.

Published 1953

by Stewart McCulloch Marshall

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An analysis showing detailed construction requirements per ton of annual ingot capacity in integrated steel plants. For each component of a mill, cost estimates are determined in terms of materials, man-hours, and 1953 dollars. The study assumes that existing steel-mill equipment is reproduced and that no new capacity is optimally added under current conditions.

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