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September 2011


THE OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE INSTITUTE OF REFRACTORIES ENGINEERS


Incorporating news from the Electric Steel Makers Guild


FEATURES IN THIS ISSUE


50th Anniversary Ball


Agenda of the 50th AGM 2011


The Institute of Refractories Engineers Accounts


An Overview of Refractory Raw Materials – Part 2 Basic


Improve Refractory Campaigns with Refractory Engineering


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