Date of Award

Spring 5-27-1954

Degree Type

Bachelors Thesis

Degree Name

Bachelor of Science in Metallurgical Engineering


Metallurgical Engineering

First Advisor

Professor D.W. McGlashan

Second Advisor

Doctor F.A. Hames

Third Advisor

Mr. C.J. Bartzen


The now increasing importance of tungsten as a metal with desirable properties in high strength and high temperature resisting alloy steels, coupled with the recent discoveries of low-grade tungsten ore deposits in Montana, has spurred a search for suitable and economical methods of treating tungsten ores of the State. This search has been conducted on a variety of tungsten ores and the present work is rather an aspect of the whole tungsten beneficiation problem in Montana.

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