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FEBRUARY 13-17 · 2005 TMS ANNUAL MEETING · SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA
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Aluminum Overview

SYMPOSIUM: Alumina and Bauxite
PROCEEDINGS: Light Metals 2005
The Alumina and Bauxite Symposium, along with cast shop technology, aluminum reduction technology, carbon technology, recycling technology, and reactive metals, collectively form the Light Metals Symposium, where experts from the Light Metals Industry and academia from all over the world meet each other and share information. Papers are solicited from the following subject areas: Bayer process: fundamentals, chemistry, operational experiences; safety and environment with focus on residues; bauxite mining; process control; analytical methods; design of refineries.

SYMPOSIUM: Aluminum Reduction Technology
PROCEEDINGS: Light Metals 2005
The Aluminum Reduction Technology Symposium, along with alumina and bauxite, cast shop technology, carbon technology, recycling technology, reactive metals, and potroom operations-potroom improvements, collectively form the Light Metals Symposium, where experts from the Light Metals Industry and academia from all over the world meet each other and share information. Papers were solicited from the following subject areas: cell design; cell operation (performance and operating advances); new cell materials; cell modernization and productivity increase; process control; modeling of cell design; environmental aspects; fundamentals; and bath chemistry; Inert anodes.

SYMPOSIUM: Carbon Technology
PROCEEDINGS: Light Metals 2005
The Carbon Technology Symposium, along with aluminum reduction technology, alumina, and bauxite, cast shop technology, recycling technology, and reactive metals, collectively form the Light Metals Symposium, where experts from the Light Metals Industry and academia from all over the world meet each other and share information. Papers were solicited from the following subject areas: anode raw materials and properties; paste plant design and operation; baking furnace design and operation; rodding room design and operation; anode quality and performance; carbon plant environmental and safety; carbon cathode materials and performance.

SYMPOSIUM: Cast Shop Technology
PROCEEDINGS: Light Metals 2005
The Cast Shop Technology Symposium, along with carbon technology, aluminum reduction technology, alumina and bauxite, recycling technology, and reactive metals, collectively form the Light Metals Symposium, where experts from the Light Metals Industry and academia from all over the world meet each other and share information. Papers were solicited from the following subject areas: charge materials; melting; filtration; pre-furnace treatment; casting processes; fluxing; environmental issues; shape casting; grain refinement; modeling and control; automation; cast structures; safety.

SYMPOSIUM: Industrial Energy Reduction: Materials Opportunity Analyses New and advanced materials and materials fabrication techniques can have a significant effect on energy efficiency in industrial processing through improved component performance and life extension. Although numerous opportunities exist for materials solutions to play a beneficial role in manufacturing, it is not always obvious in which applications advanced materials will have a key impact on energy efficiency. Analytical studies can be used to understand and identify the most promising materials related opportunities, and to quantify the potential benefits. They provide useful information for prioritization and planning for materials development.


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