Definition of Tuyer
1. tuyere [n -S] - See also: tuyere
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Literary usage of Tuyer
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Elements of Metallurgy: A Practical Treatise on the Art of Extracting Metals by John Arthur Phillips (1887)
"... the slags flow off constantly at g, and the coarse-metal is from time to time tapped off at h, on the opposite Kg. 127.—Slx-tuyer Furnace ..."
2. Civil Engineer and Architect's Journal (1846)
"In from 25 to 48 hours from the time when the ore is first thrown in, the entire capacity of the furnace, from the tuyer to the mouth, is occupied with the ..."
3. Elements of Metallurgy: A Practical Treatise on the Art of Extracting Metals by John Arthur Phillips (1887)
"The forge or fire, which was blown through a single inclined tuyer by the blast from a trompe, had only two permanent walls, one perforated by the ..."
4. The Chemist: A Monthly Journal of Chemical and Physical Science (1846)
"From'the commencement of the boshes dewn to the tuyer, the reduction of the ore is completed. Very little of the coal is consumed between the boshes and in ..."
5. Newton's London Journal of Arts and Sciences: Being Record of the Progress edited by William Newton, Charles Frederick Partington (1846)
"In from twenty-five to forty-eight hours from the time when the ore is first thrown in, the entire capacity of the furnace, from the tuyer to the mouth, ..."
6. The School of Mines Quarterly by Columbia University School of Chemistry (1885)
"The diameter of the tuyer hole is 12 to 15 mm. ... This would be equivalent to making a continuous tuyer, and its effect seems doubtful, as there is so much ..."
7. Economic Mining: A Practical Handbook for the Miner, the Metallurgist and by Charles George Warnford Lock (1895)
"The single tuyer a, about 1 in. diam., is 5-7 in. above the tap-hole, and the bottom of the furnace has a slant forward, commencing just below the ..."