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December 2016
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CURRENT ISSUE - December 2016, Volume 68, Number 12
Alloys and Production

Fe Alloys: Production and Metallurgical Aspects: Part I * Advances and Achievements in In-Situ Analysis of Corrosion and Structure-Property Relationship in Mg and Mg Alloys * Aluminum: Cast Shop and Alloys * CFD Modeling and Simulation in Materials Processing: Part II * TMS2016 Bladesmithing


Connections: Superplasticity, Damascus Steels, Laminated Steels, and Carbon Dating by Jeffrey Wadsworth

Melting Behaviour of Ferronickel Slags by Christoph Sagadin, Stefan Luidold, Christoph Wagner, and Christine Wenzl


December JOM Previews TMS2017
The TMS 2017 Annual Meeting & Exhibition (TMS2017) is on track to break nearly every record for this event. Find out what all the excitement is about in this issue’s preview of TMS2017 highlights that you don’t want to miss. For related TMS2017 news, turn to the article introducing the new TMS Board members who will be installed at the meeting and the feature on the 2017 TMS scholarship recipients who will recognized there as well. Finally, meet Joalet Steenkamp and learn about her passion for photographing the drama of pyrometallurgical processes. One of her images graces the cover of this issue.

November JOM Highlights the Year that Was
The November issue of JOM: The Magazine offers a look back at 2015 with the publication of the 2015 TMS Annual Report. For TMS members who enjoy photography as a hobby, look ahead to the deadline date of November 30, 2016, for the 2017 TMS Materials Photography Contest and read the article, “Give It Your Best Shot” for rules and background information. Finally, meet Ravi K. Enneti, advisor for the JOM technical topic, Refractory Metals that Melt Above 1850°C in the latest in a series of features on TMS young professional members.

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