The Pipil Language of El Salvador

@inproceedings{Campbell1985ThePL,
  title={The Pipil Language of El Salvador},
  author={Lyle Campbell},
  year={1985}
}
Teeming of molten metal from a laden vessel into a receiving vessel such as an ingot mould or tundish is accomplished at a controlled rate by detecting the changing weight of one of the vessels and deriving a valve control signal by comparing a changing weight signal with a presettable reference signal, the valve control signal being employed to adjust the setting of a sliding gate valve through which molten metal passes as it is teemed into the receiving vessel. 
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