Pierre-Émile Martin's Human Design Chart

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          Pierre-Émile Martin's Biography

          French industrial engineer who applied the principle of recovery of the hot gas in an open hearth furnace, a process invented by Carl Wilhelm Siemens.
          In 1865, based on the Siemens process, he implemented the process which bears his name for producing steel in a hearth by remelting scrap steel with the addition of cast iron for the dilution of impurities.
          His work earned him the award of the Bessemer Gold Medal of the Iron and Steel Institute in 1915 and of the French nation (knight in 1878 then Officer of the Legion of Honour in 1910).
          He died on 23 May 1915, aged 90, in Fourchambault.
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