What You Will Learn
This four-day course will feature in-depth presentations encompassing the broadest possible scope of knowledge and ideas that can be leveraged in a variety of situations. Technical topics for this course include:
- Overview of Emissions
- Emission Fundamentals—Fluoride, SO2, Particulates
- Pot Ventilation and Scrubber Technologies
- Dry Scrubber Design
- Dry Scrubber Operation (Focus on Injector Reactors and Baghouse Designs)
- SO2 Wet Scrubber Operation and Control
- Practical Tips to Evaluate Scrubber Technology Bidding Stage
- Advancements and Developments in Potline Scrubbing, Including Gas Cooling Options
- Management of Potroom Fugitive Emissions
- Interactive Discussion and Workgroups
- Smelter Field Visit
Who Will Benefit
- Plant and training managers, process engineers, and other technical personnel at aluminum smelters who are interested in managing environmental emissions
- Suppliers of environmental control equipment
- Young professionals looking to develop their career in the aluminum industry
- Those aspiring to leadership in environmental management within their company and the aluminum industry
Course Sponsors and Organizers
Control of Potline Scrubbers & Fugitive Emissions for Aluminum Smelters
is a TMS Aluminum Course.
This course is sponsored by the TMS Light Metals Division and the Aluminum Committee, and is being organized and taught by the following individuals:
Stephan Broek, Lead Organizer/Instructor, Hatch Associates Pty Ltd.
Margaret Hyland, University of Auckland-Light Metals Research Centre
Stephen Lindsay, Alcoa Inc.
David Wong, University of Auckland-Light Metals Research Centre
Learn more about each instructor, and the expertise they have to offer attendees at this course.