The March/April 2011 issue of AIT features articles on Primary and Quality, Testing & Analysis. The Primary articles include the winner of the Best Paper Light metals Division from TMS 2010. Author Bodil Monsen was presented with the award for her paper about charcoals in anodes at the recent TMS 2011 event in San Diego.
Other Primary articles include Rio Tinto Alcan's investigation into A Green Way to Deal with Spent Potlining, while Harald Oye of the Norwegian University of Science and Technology provides an article on Power Failure, Restart and Repair.
A Testing article is provided by Nokra on A Laser triangulation system for Measuring Slab Ingots, while two recycling articles are provided: one from UK group Innoval and the other from the Aluminium Packaging Recycling Organisation (Alupro).
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The January/February 2011 issue of AIT includes features on Casthouse and Automotive.
The casthouse feature includes articles on Testing Monoithic Refractories written by Thermal Ceramics UK, A Comparison of silicon alloys in AL writen by Avon Metals as well as articles by UC Rusal, Sohar Aluminium, Mechatherm International and MQP Ltd.
The automotive feature has articles from Aleris international and Hydro Aluminium Deutschland, which talks about Recent Developments in Aluminium Sheet for Automotive Applications.
An Arabal conference report, a focus on the 25th anniversary of R&D Carbon and an investigation into foil rolling are also included in the issue as well as the usual news and updates from around the globe.
Front cover image courtesy of Dubal
AIT November/December 2010
The November/December 2010 issue of AIT includes Primary, Secondary and Surface Treatment features.
Claudius Peters investigates ways of maximising the potential of anti-segregation technology for alumina while ABB dicusses its ways of optimising the power system at the Qatalum, Qatar site.
Surface Treatment articles include The science of successfully anodizing die cast substrates and an investigation of Hexavalent chromium-free sealants for hard-coated aluminium alloys.
The usual updates and latest news from around the globe are included. Publication is due on December 8.
Front cover image courtesy of Claudius Peters.