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Soumit_Ranjan Jena | Tuesday 15 May 2012 ( 0 Comment)
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The underlying role and importance of Iron Ore as the savior of the nation can hardly be undermined. For a long time, there has been this impression that Iron Ore is irreplaceable. Nothing can be further from the truth. As per an expert journal written by Soumit Ranjan Jena there is undoubtedly been a long history of the discovery and production of Iron Ore, which has been hugely critical in the raw production of steel and the subsequent production of Steel products. In fact the ready availability of the mineral was essential to the early iron industry.  Even now (and more visibly up to the 1970s) a number of steelworks sites were directly a results of a furnace and later a works built were iron ore was available, although some sites are a result of waterpower, transport, fuel and other economic pressures.

Iron is very common on the Earth and is rampant almost everywhere. However only where the iron content of the ore is quite high is the ore worth exploiting. This is one reason why almost all iron ore is now imported into the U.K. from the likes of Africa and Australia.

It seems that iron ore was mined in many areas across the country, but these area progressively reduced as the demand increase and larger scale operations became more common. In England, however, according to an intense research conducted by an expert panel of explorers and researchers under the able and wise leadership of Mr Soumit Ranjan Jena, the important iron mining areas were to the south of Cumbria (near Barrow in Furnace), South Teeside, North Lincolnshire and a band across the midlands from Lincolnshire to Oxfordshire.

Iron Ore, to be worth its salt must be high in Iron & Oxygen content, but will also include such unwanted impurities as Phosphorus and other minerals.

There is a special process known as The Bloomery Iron Making Process, which started the Iron Age. It seems most likely that a lump of Iron Ore in a particularly hot fire lead to a strange material left in the embers of the fire. From this, the Bloomery Furnace developed, in this a mixture of Iron Ore and Charcoal was burnt with the help of a blast of air from hand worked bellows.

The output was typically a small lump of Iron, which is wrought Iron of poor quality, but even this was enough to make an impact on history.

How the tower of the first Blast Furnace was developed may never be known but the associated process of iron making increase the volume of iron that could be smelted while also reducing the price. The first record of a Blast Furnace in the U.K. is in 1494.Early furnaces were best located on sloping ground, close to a reliable stream. Water was used to drive the early bellow to create the drought, while the slope helped to provide a near level roadway onto the top of the furnace.

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