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It must have taken no small amount of courage to then present himself in Bessemer the following night.
Bessemer, with his steel-mines, as his furnaces at the ore-bank may be termed, was then in the future.
This hook is to be made out of soft Bessemer steel, which of course is very different from high carbon steel.The Library of Work and Play: Working in Metals|Charles Conrad Sleffel
A Bessemer converter is actually a big retort with air holes at the bottom where molten iron is purified into steel with air.United States Steel|Arundel Cotter
By mid-1861, on the other hand, Bessemer was beginning to meet with increasing respect from the trade.The Beginnings of Cheap Steel|Philip W. Bishop
The Bessemer process makes enormous masses of steel and makes it very cheaply; but it has one fault—it is too quick.Diggers in the Earth|Eva March Tappan
in reference to the process for decarbonizing and desiliconizing pig iron by passing air through the molten metal, 1856, named for engineer and inventor Sir Harry Bessemer (1813-1898) who invented it.