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to be held on May 4th and 5th, 1938 in conjunction with the
Annual Meeting of The Iron and Steel Institute
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(1) Date and Place.
A Symposium on Steelmaking, with special reference to the acid and basic open-hearth processes, will, as previously announced, be held at the Institution of Civil Engineers, Great George Street, Westminster, on Wednesday and Thursday, May 4th and 5th, 1938, in conjunction with the Annual Meeting of the Iron and Steel Institute (May 4th to 6th, 1938). There will be four sessions during the two days, beginning at 10 a.m. and 2.30 p.m. on each day.
(2) Objects and Scope of the Symposium.
In an earlier cornnyinication it was announced that the objects of the Symposium were :—
To provide authoritative statements of the various open-. hearth processes (including design of plant and practice)
employed in the different districts of Great Britain.
To set out the differences in practice and the reasons for them.
To explain changes in recent years and how present-day practice has been developed.
• To arouse interest in open-hearth practice and provoke discussion on the differences in design and practice.
To obtain the formulation of problems requiring elucidation m with a view to the initiation of research, if found desirable,
■■ by the Open-Hearth Committee and other bodies.