Differences between Metallurgical and Mining Engineering

Metallurgical Engineering Mining Engineering Metallurgical Engineering mainly deals with the extraction of metals from their respective ores. Metallurgical engineers work mostly at the plants or industries. Core Areas: Basic Hydrometallurgy, Basic Physical Metallurgy, Basic Pyrometallurgy, Corrosion, Electrometallurgy, Flotation, Minerals processing, Refractory materials, Welding metallurgy Job areas: Metallurgists are employed in foundries, heat treatment shops, rolling mills, etc. industries. They are also employed in research laboratories, industries and plants extracting and processing metals like iron and steel, nickel, tin, copper, zinc, aluminium etc. Top Recruiters: SAIL, Visakhapatnam Steel Plant, Jindal Steel…

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Metallurgical Engineering

Metallurgy and Materials Engineering mainly deals about the extraction of metals from their respective ores. Banaras Hindu University (BHU) Varanasi was the first to start the Dept of Metallurgy in the year 1925. Currently this branch is being offered by almost all the premier institutions like: all the IITs (old and new IITs), NITs and Universities.Materials are so important in the development of civilization that we associate ages with them. In the origin of human life on earth, people used only natural materials, like stone and wood. When people found…

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