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TMS 2007 Annual Meeting & Exhibition

FEBRUARY 25-MARCH 1  • TMS 2007 ANNUAL MEETING & EXHIBITION  • ORLANDO, FLORIDA

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Meeting Information
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Exhibition Directory
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Technical Program: Monday
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Technical Program: Tuesday
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Technical Program: Wednesday
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Technical Program: Thursday
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TMS 2007: Continuing Education

Register for one or more of these educational events using the TMS 2007 Annual Meeting registration form.

"Principles and Elements of Aluminum Cell Design and Magnetics"

ABOUT THIS COURSE

Dates: Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 24 and 25
Instructors:
Alton Tabereaux, Alcoa
Halvor Kvande, Hydro Aluminum
Vinko Potocnik, Consultant

Today's modern high amperage aluminum reduction cells require the latest technological advancements in cell design to provide long-term economically competitive performance with negligible impact on the environment.

Who Should Attend: Technology beginners, professionals and other technical representatives in the aluminum smelting industry

Learn About

  • Specifics of individual design and elements necessary in modern day high amperage aluminum reduction cells
  • Magnetohydrodynamics (magnetics) and its impact in the design of aluminum reduction cells as well as the integration of other pertinent cell components
  • Historical advancement, critical issues and the latest developments in high amperage reduction cell technology including components: magnetics, heat balance, point feeders and environmental

Register for this course through the TMS 2007 Annual Meeting & Exhibition registration form. Cost: $645 members; $735 nonmembers

"New Approaches in Materials and Manufacturing Education"

ABOUT THIS COURSE

Date: Sunday, Feb. 25
Instructor:
Professor Mike Ashby, University of Cambridge and Granta Design

Who Should Attend:
Professors, lecturers and researchers wishing to inspire materials and process teaching in areas including:

  • General, mechanical and aerospace engineering
  • Materials science and engineering
  • Industrial and product design
  • Polymer science and engineering
  • Eco-engineering
  • Architecture and civil engineering

Learn About

  • Recent advances in materials and process selection with specific emphasis on their use in education
  • Solutions for class teaching, student projects and research

The revolutionary CES EduPack software and its accompanying teaching resources will be used, combining lectures with interactive hands-on use of the software.

Register for this course through the TMS 2007 Annual Meeting & Exhibition registration form. Cost: $325 members; $345 nonmembers


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