The Sept/Oct 2011 issue of AIT includes features on primary and rolling as well as the usual mix of news and updates from around the globe.
The primary feature includes articles from the International Aluminium Institute, Claudius Peters, SNC Lavalin, Alstom, Nalco, UC Rusal and Dubal.
The rolling feature includes articles from Danieli, Shell and Dawson Shanahan. The issue also features a report from the recent CRU World Aluminium Conference in Barcelona, Spain.
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Front cover courtesy of Sohar Aluminium
Welcome to the July/August issue of AIT, which this month features an award-winning paper. Sintef's Anne Kvithyld won the Vittorio de Nora Prize Lecture at this year's TMS event in San Diego for her presentation on Recycling of Contaminated Aluminium Scrap. An abridged version is published in AIT.
Elsewhere the Casthouse feature includes papers from Rio Tinto Alcan, MQP and Precimeter, while the Secondary feature also includes a paper from Gunter Kirchner, Secretary General of the Organisation of the European Recycling Industry.
Other features include an extensive overview of the Icelandic aluminium industry, a report from the 5th Electrodes Conference held in Iceland recently and a focus on the expanding Siberian aluminium market.
Front cover courtesy of R&D Carbon.
AIT May/June 2011 features the usual mix of features, updates from around the globe, industry news and conference reports.
The Furnaces feature includes articles from Oman's Sohar Aluminium discussing its anode baking furnace operation, Otto Junker discussing its mathmatical model for energy savings in coil annealing furnaces and Hertwich talking about the key to optimal design of a continuous homeginising plant.
The Extrusion feature includes an article titled 'Etching effects and the formation of streaking defects on Al extrusions' from Hanliang Zhu of the Australian Nuclear Science & Technology Organisation as well as articles from Danieli Breda and Sapa.
A paper from SINTEF discusses aluminium's role in the harrowing events at the World Trade Center in New York on September 11, 2001 while the magazine also features a TMS 2011 conference report.
All this plus the usual industry news and updates. Front cover courtesy of Dubal.