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Higher pellet and lump in burdens

Chinese translation: 在炉料里有较高含量的球团和块

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English term or phrase:Higher pellet and lump in burdens
Chinese translation:在炉料里有较高含量的球团和块
Entered by: ShelleyX

09:38 Jul 13, 2009
English to Chinese translations [PRO]
Mining & Minerals / Gems
English term or phrase: Higher pellet and lump in burdens
- Increased demand for higher Fe and lower gangue products
- {Higher pellet and lump in burdens}
- Focus on lifting sinter/BF productivity
- A desire to use increasing amounts of scrap and pre-reduced iron ore


有关矿石的题材,这一句的意思不明白。请教大家,谢谢!
ShelleyX
Australia
Local time: 05:09
在炉料里有较高含量的球团和块
Explanation:
pellet 球团
lump 块(矿)
burden 炉料
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samall
Local time: 14:09
Grading comment
Thanks a lot Samall.
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3 +2在炉料里有较高含量的球团和块
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higher pellet and lump in burdens
在炉料里有较高含量的球团和块


Explanation:
pellet 球团
lump 块(矿)
burden 炉料

samall
Local time: 14:09
Native speaker of: Native in ChineseChinese
PRO pts in category: 4
Grading comment
Thanks a lot Samall.

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