A block of steel, gold, silver, or other metal, typically oblong in shape
metal that is cast in the shape of a block for convenient handling
An ingot is a material, usually metal, that is cast into a shape suitable for further processing. Non-metallic and semiconductor materials prepared in bulk form may also be referred to as ingots, particularly when cast by mold based methods.
A solid block of more or less pure metal, often but not necessarily bricklike in shape and trapezoidal in cross-section, the result of pouring out and cooling molten metal, often immediately after smelting from raw ore or alloying from constituents
(Ingots) Convenient shapes into which newly refined, molten metal is poured for storage. The ingots are then remelted and cast into desired molds.
A mass of silver or gold cast in a mold, or stamped from sheet.
An oblong piece of cast metal, usually of gold or silver, with weight and fineness specified used in the production of coins.
A steel casting that was formed when molten steel solidifies in a mold. The ingot is then reheated and rolled into slabs, plates, blooms or billets for further processing into bars and sheets.
A casting intended for subsequent rolling, forging, or extrusion.
(10) -- a plate of metal cast in a mold (Pedley, 354)
circular piece of single-crystal semiconductor material resulting from a crystal growth process; an ingot is ready to be shaped and sliced into wafers used to manufacture semiconductor devices. learn more.
Bulk gold poured into a (usually rectangular) mold to create a six-sided bar. Typically, an ingot is marked with the name of its refiner or assayer, its weight, and its fineness. Some ingots also have a serial number.
A bar or lump of precious metal to a standard weight.
Steel (and other metals) formerly in a molten state, transferred to an rectangular mold to solidify.
Commercial pig mold or block in which copper, copper-base, aluminum, aluminum alloys, magnesium, magnesium alloys, and other nonferrous materials are made available to the foundry man.
The silicon brick created when polysilicon is melted and crystallized in a furnace. Typical size for multicrystalline ingots are 680 x 680 mm with a weight of 250–300 kg. Monocrystalline ingots are cylindrical with typical diameters between 150 mm and 200 mm and a weight of 40–60 kg. ...
Lead bars or 'pigs' produced by the smelting process.
A bar of metal such as the type that the Federal Reserve System uses to store gold reserves.
Semi-finished steel product which is accomplished by pouring molten iron into a mold and slowly letting it solidify. Ingots were then moved around the mill, the molds removed at the stripper building and then reheated and rolled into slabs.
Metal formed into a cube, bar, or round for easy trade.
A cylinder or rectangular solid of poly crystalline or single crystal silicon, generally of slightly irregular dimensions.
A cast form of the metal that is suitable for remelting or fabricating. The ingot may take the form of rolling ingot, extrusion ingot, forging ingot or remelt ingot. The size and shape of the cast product will be designed to facilitate the subsequent operations. ...
A sample of silver created from casting.
A casting suitable for working or remelting.
a mass of metal cast in a convenient form for shaping
A mass of metal cast In a form convenient for storage or transportation. The cross section of most ingots approximates a square or rectangle with rounded corners. All ingots are tapered and are commonly cast big-end-down. For certain purposes, however, ingots are cast big-end-up.