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TMS 2014 Industrial Aluminum Electrolysis: The Definitive Course on the Theory and Practice of Primary Aluminum Production
November 16-20, 2014 • Dubai, UAE

This is the definitive course on the theory and practice of primary aluminum production. Participants will be enriched by this 4.5-day course, which will provide a comprehensive understanding of the electrolysis process, as well as an overview of the state-of- the-art aluminum production.
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Metal-Matrix Composites
The TMS Metal-Matrix Composites course provides a comprehensive overview of composite materials with a focus on light weighting and aluminum. The course is intended for the following audience of metallurgical and materials industry professionals:

  • Scientists
  • Engineers
  • Professors
  • Graduate/Undergraduate Students
  • Non-technical Marketing and Sales Professionals

This course comprises six modules containing audio, visual, and text teaching materials. [LEARN MORE]

VIDEO COURSES

Fundamentals of Aluminum Production
This video series is an excellent introduction to the aluminum production process and includes actual footage of cast shop operations. Developed by Kaiser, it provides an in-depth look at the basics of aluminum production from the first research done by Hall and Heroult through modern automated aluminum processing. This course is intended for non-engineers.

Course Discussions Include:

  • Importance of anode and cathode performance
  • Maintenance of pot operations
  • Reducing production costs and waste through process improvement

To purchase this course, visit the Knowledge Resource Center.

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