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Electric Arc Furnace steelmaking
Once the correct scrap recipe is prepared, the scrap is charged into the furnace, and an electrical discharge is applied through graphite electrodes. This produces high current electrical arcs, which melt the scrap to form molten steel. Once the scrap is all melted, there is a further refining of the molten steel, before the furnace is tapped into a refractory-lined ladle for further processing.