converter

(from the article `copper processing`) After the slag, which contains a large percentage of the impurity elements, is removed from the matte, the remaining iron and sulfur are removed in ...
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converter

[n] - a device for changing one substance or form or state into another
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Converter

• (n.) One who converts; one who makes converts. • (n.) A retort, used in the Bessemer process, in which molten cast iron is decarburized and converted into steel by a blast of air forced through the liquid metal.
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converter

convertor noun a device for changing one substance or form or state into another
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Converter

Con·vert'er noun 1. One who converts; one who makes converts. 2. (Steel Manuf.) A retort, used in the Bessemer process, in which molten cast iron is decarburized and converted into steel by a blast of air forced through the liquid metal.
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Converter

1.)In copper smelting, a furnace used to separate copper metal from matte.
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Converter

A business that develops fabric styles and has them printed or woven to order by a mill. Unlike the mill, the converter owns no printing or weaving equipment. In the past, the major function of a converter was to provide rapid response to fashion change, quick delivery and service, and to handle relatively small orders. Today, converters like Regal...
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Converter

A device for transforming the quality and quantity of electrical energy; also an inverter.
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Converter

A device used to convert from one transmission media to another (Ex. Fibre/Copper Media Converter). Converters are usually externally powered as they physically 'repeat' or regenerate the signal.
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Converter

A furnace for refining steel, copper etc. by blowing air through the molten metal.
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Converter

A furnace for refining steel, copper etc. by blowing air through the molten metal.
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Converter

A furnace in which a gas, usually air, is blown through the molten bath or crude metal for the purpose of oxidizing impurities.
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Converter

A person or a company which buys grey goods and sells them as finished fabrics. A converter organizes and manages the process of finishing the fabric to a buyers' specifications, particularly the bleaching, dyeing, printing, etc.
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Converter

A supplementary lens that can double the length of a telephoto lens (e.g.:2x converter). Usually fitted between lens and camera body.
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Converter

A thin piece of material used to generate electron- positron pairs from incident photons via the process of pair production.
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Converter

A unit that converts a direct current (dc) voltage to another dc voltage.
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Converter

An electrical device for converting 120-volt AC power into 12-volt DC power. Most RVs with electrical hookups will have a converter, since many of the lights and some other accessories run on 12-vold DC.
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Converter

Business that combines printed sheets with other materials to make boxes, displays, etc.
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Converter

Device for changing the frequency of a signal. Converters are commonly used (a) by cable and other TV distribution systems that entail reception of incoming signals and retransmission to viewers on locally available frequencies as well as (b) for enabling reception of digital TV signals on analogue TV sets. (see also Decoder)
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Converter

Electronic system for converting alternating current to direct current. Used, for example, where an AC supply has to be converted to DC for battery charging purposes. Also was used for converting AC traction supplies required for DC traction motors. See also inverter. For more information see the Electric Traction Page.
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converter

functional unit that changes the representation of information NOTE 1 - The corresponding physical unit has the same designation. NOTE 2 - Examples of converters are: analogue-to-digital converter, digital-to-analogue converter, code converter, parallel-to-serial converter, serial-to-parallel converter.
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Converter

Refers to that type of manufacturer who produces plain or printed rolls, sheets, bags or pouches, etc., from rolls of film, foil or paper, including pressure sensitive labels and tags.
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converter

See dc-to-dc converter and inverter.
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Converter

See Inverter.
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Converter

software program that transforms one file format to another
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