|Statement||co-sponsored by the Minerals, Metals & Materials Society and Gesellschaft Deutscher Metallhütten- und Bergleute, held in Cologne, West Germany, September 17-22, 1989 ; edited by Michael Koch and John C. Taylor.|
|Contributions||Koch, Michael., Taylor, John C. 1932-, Minerals, Metals and Materials Society, Gesellschaft Deutscher Metallhütten-und Bergleute|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 958 p. :|
|Number of Pages||958|
|LC Control Number||89-61032|
The book features the principles of metallurgical process and how widely the membrane-based technology has been applied in metallurgical industry, including the basic principles of membrane-based separation in terms of material science, membrane structure engineering, transport mechanisms, and module design, detailed metallurgical process. Metallurgy Books. Technical Report (PDF Metallurgical Industries by Fathi Habashi. ISBN technology and education. Recent book contains chapters devoted not only to the science Author: Fathi Habashi. The article assesses the impact of this technology change on total factor productivity (TFP) of metallurgical enterprises and on the functional form of the production function in the industry for the period –, as well as the factors of transition to the new technology for metallurgical companies. In this paper, we examine the spillover effects from foreign direct investment (FDI) in the Indian manufacturing industries under the capital liberalisation period using macro aggregated panel data (–). In the first step, we estimate the total factor productivity (TFP) of each industry using a Cobb–Douglas-type production by:
The metallurgical had the highest average productivity growth at an annual rate of %, and then followed by the textiles and chemicals with annual rates of % and %, respectively. However, it is interesting to find that the capacity productivity among industries was converging over the third, fourth, fifth, and sixth 5-year plan by: 9. Productivity is concerned with how efficiently goods and services are produced and the value created by the production process. If a product is made at the lowest cost with high quality and can be sold competitively in the market at a price higher than its cost of production, then its productivity level is considered high. The objec-File Size: KB. and metallurgical industries, A.J. Gill Demands which the managing of the environment creates for the managements of the mining and metallurgical industries, H.E. Lombard Management aspects of risk control and its role in the mining and metallurgical industries, S. Winks. "The book is an extremely important reference for the problem of brownfield sites and their remediation, arguably a definitive work." ―Neil Bose, University of Tasmania, Australia "This book deliberates integrated innovative research to address the challenges of mining, mineral processing and metallurgical : Hardcover.
Theory and Methods of Metallurgical Process Integration innovatively puts forward dynamic operation rules for the steel manufacturing process: a high effi ciency and low-cost clean steel production platform; energy flow behavior and network; and theory and methods of dynamic tailored design. These new concepts are well-described in this : Hardcover. N.L. Piret and A.E. Melin, “An Engineering Approach to the Arsenic Problem in the Extraction of Non-Ferrous Metals,” Productivity and Technology in the Metallurgical Industries, ed. M. Koch and J.C. Taylor (Warrendale, PA: TMS, ), pp. – Google ScholarCited by: CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): Abstract — Reliable furnace cooling technology is a domain of increasing concern to the metallurgical industry as it can significantly increase process intensities, productivity and campaign times of furnaces. Although there are many advantages in using cooling systems, they also impose a variety of problems mainly. indexes such as total factor productivity (TFP) are not measures of technologi-cal change: “[A]s it is measured in practice, changes in TFP emphatically do not measure changes in technology, in spite of the common belief that they do.” (Lipsey, chapter 3) Historically, industries with strong productivity growth have often had ris-ing Size: KB.