Miller, J R (1958) The Mysore Iron and Steel Works as a Major Producer of Stainless Steel in India. In: Symposium on Production, Properties, and Applications of Alloy and special Steels, Feb. 1-4, 1956, NML, Jamshedpur.
THIS SYMPOSIUM ON THE PRODUCTION OF alloy and special grades of steel seems to me to reflect the confidence with which your Government and fellow-countrymen consider India's future. It bespeaks a determination that a self-sustaining Indian economy shall be built to supply an ever-increasing portion of the material needs of the country. The steel production goals which have been set in the new Five Year Plan are a challenging objective which will engage most of the energies of India's steel prod-ucers and engineers. Only a small part of the actual work has been begun, but already future steps are being examined, as exemplified by these discussions. At a time when one may hear, if he is so inclined, much concern expressed for the future, the optimism which motivates a gathering such as this is very reassuring. May I express my deep appreciation, Mr. Chairman, for the invitation to be present and to address your meeting ?
|Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
|Stainless steel, Alloy
|Sahu A K
|28 Jul 2011 18:08
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