A history of metallurgy by R. F. Tylecote

By R. F. Tylecote

First released in 1976.  moment variation released 1992, reprinted in 2002 and 2011. during this booklet Professor Tylecote provides a special creation to the historical past of metallurgy from the earliest occasions to the current. the improvement of metallurgy abilities and strategies of other civilisations, and the relationship among them, are rigorously chartered. This quantity is anxious with such very important themes because the upward thrust of metallurgy within the close to East and the commercial Revolution in Western Europe

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11. The crucible could have been rotated either by pushing with a rod or stick or by pulling on the front bar with a hook. Similar crucibles with side pouring holes have been found at Telledh Dhiba'iand are shown in the Old Kingdom tomb of Mereruka. " Some of the Egyptian tomb paintings" show the pouring of a thick open-type crucible (such as those from El Argar") by means of withies. 12. Perhaps there is some artistic licence involved here. But it is possible that it only shows one of several separate casts.

M . , (J J furnace linings. Here, it is probably incidental and just something that craftsmen cannot avoid. Similar narrowended tuyeres were found in another barrow, but these were not decorated. Some tuyeres are 'D' -shaped in section and have a flat side. 9. The crucibles used in such a smithing hearth would have been heated mostly by radiant heat from the fire above, and for this reason would have been large and shallow. 30 But they would have needed to be poured very quickly when removed from the fire as loss of heat would have been rapid.

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