PLEASE NOTE: This course has been cancelled for TMS2020.
This short course will cover key aspects of processing bauxite to alumina including digestion, precipitation, impurities, solid-liquid separation, calcination as well as issues and opportunities associated with the residue generated.
The lead instructor for this course will be James Vaughan, The University of Queensland. Additional instructors and the topics they will cover include:
This course will be of interest to anyone associated with technical aspects of alumina refining. It will be especially useful for junior engineers or engineers who are specialized in one aspect of the process but have had limited exposure to other aspects being discussed. The course could also be helpful for researchers, as industry challenges and limits of current technologies will be discussed.
This course will broaden the knowledge of attendees in a number of specialist aspects of refining bauxite to alumina. Participants will interact with experts on a range of key topics regarding bauxite and alumina refining. The knowledge gained at this course will be applicable at alumina refineries around the world. Participants can be inspired and motivated by hearing new and up-to-date technical information.
Register for this course through the TMS2020 registration form.
Remember to register for the conference and any short courses by January 17 for the best rates.