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  • Publication . Article . Other literature type . 2021
    Open Access Croatian
    Authors: 
    Mirko Gojić;
    Country: Croatia

    This work presents the formation of the Caprag Smelter in Sisak (1938), the precursor of the Sisak Ironworks metallurgical combine as the largest and most significant metallurgical factory in the Republic of Croatia. The production procedure of pig iron in the blast furnace, as well as the technical characteristics of the blast furnace and accessory equipment of that time are briefly described. Production of pig iron before, during, and immediately after World War II is presented, as is the role and significance of Miroslav Tomac, BSc., founder of the black metallurgy industry of Croatia. Described are the restoration of the Caprag Smelter and its production of pig iron up until the construction of the Sisak Ironworks (1948). U radu je prikazano osnivanje Talionice Caprag u Sisku (1938. godine), preteče Metalurškog kombinata Željezare Sisak, kao najveće i najvažnije metalurške tvornice u Republici Hrvatskoj (RH). Ukratko je opisan postupak proizvodnje sirovog željeza u visokoj peći, uključujući i tehničke karakteristike visoke peći i pomoćne opreme u to vrijeme. Prikazana je proizvodnja sirovog željeza prije, za vrijeme i neposredno nakon II. svjetskog rata. Prikazana je uloga i značenje ing. Miroslava Tomca, utemeljitelja industrije crne metalurgije u RH. Opisana je obnova i proizvodnja sirovog željeza u Talionici Caprag sve do početka izgradnje Željezare Sisak (1948. godine).

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