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2003 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition: Concurrent Proceeding Volumes

March 2–6 · 2003 TMS ANNUAL MEETING · San Diego, California

 

The following titles will be available at the Meeting, reserve your copy on the TMS Annual Meeting Registration Form. All proceedings are concurrent with the meeting. Books purchased via the TMS Annual Meeting Registration form and not picked-up at the meeting will be shipped after the close of the meeting.

Aluminum Reduction: Potroom Operations
Alton Tabereaux and Paul Crepeau, editors

In a unique collection of Power Point slides from presentations at the 2003 TMS Annual Meeting aluminum reduction session, plant operational managers and technical managers of aluminum smelters present improvements in potroom operations and performance. These presentations address such issues as:

  • Potline Amperage Creep
  • Potline Shutdown & Restart
  • Power Modulation
  • Innovative Potroom Work Practices
  • Process Improvements that Increase Metal Production
  • Cost Reduction Projects
  • Solutions to Complex Potroom Operational Problems

This publication can be purchased either in print, CD-ROM, or portable document format (PDF). PDF and CD-ROM books can be viewed using the free Adobe Acrobat Reader Program on Windows, Macintosh, Unix, and other systems.

ISBN 0-87339-549-2
Approx. 300 pages
Order No. 03-5492
Member price: $47.00
List Price: $66.00

Electron Microscopy: Its Role in Materials Science (Meshii symposium)
J. R. Weertman, M. Fine, P. Liaw, D. Quesnel, and W. King, editors

This collection of papers captures current research activities and assesses state-of-the-art use of electron microscopy to solve problems in materials science and engineering. This volume will examine the role of electron microscopy in studying defects and radiation damage, fatigue, solid-solution softening, and phase transformations of materials. The symposium honors Dr. Masahiro (Mike) Meshii, who has used electron microscopy to make important contributions to the field of materials science and engineering in amorphization, galvanization, solid-solution softening, and fatigue.

ISBN 0-87339-535-2
Approx. 328 pages
Order No. 03-5352
Member price: $96.00
List Price: $137.00

Energy Efficient Manufacturing Processes, Fourth MPMD International Symposium on Global Innovations
I. Anderson, T. Marechaux, and C. Cockrill, editors

An exploration of process improvements that result in energy savings, reduced waste, and quality products, these proceedings from the Fourth Global Innovations Symposium of the TMS Materials Processing & Manufacturing Division examine all aspects of the manufacturing process from initial mineral extraction to packaging and shipping strategies.

This volume includes papers from sessions on:

  • Advances in Themal Processing
  • Novel Molten and Semi-Molten Materials Processing
  • Innovative Sheet Forming and Net-Shape Processing

Representatives from government, industry, and academia discuss such topics as process optimization and control, powder processing, solidification, shaping and forming, surface engineering, and computational process modeling.

ISBN 0-87339-552-2
Approx. 192 pp., illus., softcover
Order No. 03-5522
Member price: $65.00
List price: $92.00

EPD Congress 2003
M.E. Schlesinger, editor

The Extraction & Processing Division Congress, held at the TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition each year, has become the definitive annual forum for new technological developments in the process metallurgy community. Each volume contains general abstracts and covers materials processing fundamentals and general recycling of materials.

ISBN 0-87339-532-8
Approx. 1226 pages
Order No. 03-5328
Member price: $87.00
List price: $123.00

Friction Stir Welding and Processing II
K.V. Jata, M. Mahoney, and R. Mishra, editors

This collection of papers reviews the current status and future possibilities of friction stir related processes. This book covers advances in friction stir welding and processing, tool designs, friction stir weld process parameters, metallurgical changes in aluminum and titanium alloys as a result of friction stir welding and processing, and mechanical properties of friction stir welds and friction stir processed parts.

ISBN 0-87339-536-0
Approx. 262 pages
Order No. 03-5360
Member price: $110.00
List price: $157.00

Hot Deformation of Aluminum Alloys 2003
Z. Jin, A. Beaudoin, T. Bieler, and B. Radhakrishnan, editors

These proceedings will address recent progress in theoretical and experimental studies of hot deformation of aluminum alloys. Technical papers from fundamental research and industrial applications will cover such topics as hot deformation mechanisms, evolution of grain structure, texture, precipitates, and damage in thermomechanical processes including rolling, extrusion, forging, superplastic forming, friction stir welding, severe plastic deformation forming, hydroforming, and semi-solid forming. The design and optimization of thermomechanical processes and microstructure using fundamental understanding, development of models, and computer simulation will also be addressed.

ISBN 0-87339-538-7
Approx. 491 pages
Order No. 03-5387
Member price: $123.00
List price: $175.00

Light Metals 2003
P. Crepeau, editor

The Light Metals symposium proceedings series has become the definitive annual reference source in the field of aluminum production and related light metals technologies. Written and edited by an international group of light metals experts from industry and academia, each edition contains complete coverage of advancements and current work in cast shop technology, alumina and bauxite, carbon technology, aluminum reduction technology, recycling, and reactive metals. Light Metals 2003 includes proceedings in both hardcover and text-searchable CD-ROM formats.

ISBN 0-87339-531-X
Approx. 1200 pages
Order No. 03-531X
Member price: $158.00
List price: $226.00

Magnesium Technology 2003
H. Kaplan, editor

The fourth volume in the popular TMS Magnesium Technology series, this volume will address science and technology issues associated with all aspects of magnesium production and use, including:

  • Magnesium Primary Production
  • Recycling
  • Environmental Issues
  • Alloy Development
  • Physical, Mechanical, and High-Temperature Properties
  • Solidification, Casting, and Welding

Magnesium Technology 2003 is sold as a set that includes the proceedings in both hardcover book and text-searchable CD-ROM formats.

ISBN 0-87339-533-6
Approx. 350
Order No. 03-5336
Member price: $113.00
List price: $161.00

Materials Lifetime Science and Engineering
P.K. Liaw, R.A. Buchanan, D.L. Klarstrom, R.P. Wei, and D.G. Harlow, editors

These proceedings provide a fundamental understanding and theoretical modeling of materials lifetime science and engineering. This volume includes coverage of advanced materials such as biomaterials, intermetallics, composites, and superalloys.

ISBN 0-87339-544-1
Approx. 212
Order No. 03-5441
Member price: $91.00
List price: $130.00

Surface Engineering in Materials Science II
S. Seal, N.B. Dahotre, J. Moore, A. Agarwal, and S. Suryanarayana, editors

This collection of papers draws on the talents of authors from a wide variety of experiences in the surface engineering field to address issues related to surface engineering phenomena in synthesis, characterization, and application for all materials. These proceedings will chronicle the multidisciplinary presentations of surface-related phenomena by which materials performance may be enhanced through engineered interface and surface modification technologies. In addition, this volume will describe the benefits of nanotechnology to develop better and smart coatings for wear, corrosion resistance, sensors, and many structural applications.
Specific coverage areas will include:

  • PVD and CVD Processes
  • Nanostructured and Nanoparticles Synthesis
  • Thermal Barrier Coatings
  • Biomedical Coatings
  • Functional Coatings for Electronic, Optical, and Magnetic Applications
  • Surface Modification by Plasma
  • Ion and Laser Beam Techniques
  • Direct Fabricated Materials
  • Coatings for Space, Automobile, and Environmental Industries
  • Corrosion and Oxidation Resistance Coatings
  • Modeling, Mechanical, and Tribological Properties
  • Interface Properties and Adhesion
  • Advanced Surface Investigation Techniques
  • Ultrahard Coatings

ISBN 0-87339-537-9
Approx. 494 pages
Order No. 03-5379
Member price: $124.00
List pirce: $177.00

Metallurgical and Materials Processing Principles and Technologies (Yazawa International Symposium), Vol. 1: Materials Processing Fundamentals and New Technologies
H.Y. Sohn, K. Itagaki, C. Yamauchi, and F. Kongoli, editors

Honoring the life’s work of Professor Akira Yazawa, this book, the first in a three-volume collection, discusses recent developments in the physical chemistry of metallurgical processes and physicochemical principles involved in materials processing, with a focus on materials processing fundamentals and new technologies.

ISBN 0-87339-546-8
Approx. 1300
Order No. 03-5468
Member price: $154.00
List price: $220.00

Metallurgical and Materials Processing Principles and Technologies (Yazawa International Symposium), Vol. 2:High-Temperature Metal Production
H.Y. Sohn, K. Itagaki, C. Yamauchi, and F. Kongoli, editors

Honoring the life’s work of Professor Akira Yazawa, this book, the second in a three-volume collection, discusses recent developments in the physical chemistry of metallurgical processes and physicochemical principles involved in materials processing, with a focus on the production of high-temperature metals.

ISBN 0-87339-547-6
Approx. 1300
Order No. 03-5476
Member price: $154.00
List price: $220.00

Metallurgical and Materials Processing Principles and Technologies (Yazawa International Symposium), Vol. 3: Aqueous and Electrochemical Processing
H.Y. Sohn, K. Itagaki, C. Yamauchi, and F. Kongoli, editors

Honoring the life’s work of Professor Akira Yazawa, this book, the third in a three-volume collection, discusses recent developments in the physical chemistry of metallurgical processes and physicochemical principles involved in materials processing, with a focus on aqueous and electrochemical processing.

ISBN 0-87339-548-4
Approx. 700
Order No. 03-5484
Member price: $112.00
List price: $159.00

Metallurgical and Materials Processing Principles and Technologies (Yazawa International Symposium), Three-volume set
H.Y. Sohn, K. Itagaki, C. Yamauchi, and F. Kongoli, editors

This three-volume set is a collection of papers that discuss recent developments in the physical chemistry of metallurgical processes and physicochemical principles involved in materials processing, the life’s work of Professor Akira Yazawa.

This comprehensive three-volume set includes:

  • Volume 1: Materials Processing Fundamentals and New Technologies
  • Volume 2: High-Temperature Metal Production
  • Volume 3: Aqueous and Electrochemical Processing

These three volumes include coverage of:

  • Thermodynamics of Nonferrous Processes
  • Advances in Nonferrous Production Technologies
  • Thermochemistry of Ferrous Production
  • Environmental Chemistry
  • Principles and Technologies for Advanced Materials Processing

ISBN 0-87339-534-4
Approx. 3300
Order No. 03-5344
Member price: $377.00
List price: $538.00


 

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