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Hagi furnace & Japan’s entry into its industrial revolution

The Yamaguchi County Hagi reflex furnace is now listed in the world cultural heritage. Japan used... read more

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The Yamaguchi County Hagi reflex furnace is now listed in the world cultural heritage. Japan used the 11-meter-high reverberatory furnace in 1856 to cast Western cannons, marking the beginning of Japan's industrial revolution. The P2 diagram is schematic.

Date of experience: November 2018
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