Hot metal

17th January 2003 at 00:00
Although the industrial revolution is long past, steel remains vital to modern-day construction and transportation. Making Steel is a CD-Rom from Corus which performs two functions. It introduces the wide range of curriculum materials for science, design and technology, which Corus offers students aged between 12 and 18, including posters, booklets, videos and study notes. And it contains an animated account of the production process, covering desulphurisation, the addition of alloys and continuous casting. Making Steel costs pound;2.50 from Corus Education Resources, PO Box 10, Wetherby LS23 7EL, or from the website at www.coruseducation.com.

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