Production and Electrolysis of Light Metals

Production and Electrolysis of Light Metals

Proceedings of the International Symposium on Production and Electrolysis of Light Metals, Halifax, August 20-24, 1989

1st Edition - September 29, 1989

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  • Editor: B. Closset
  • eBook ISBN: 9781483287157

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Description

Production and electrolysis of light metals - smelter operations, aluminum casting, aluminum melt treatment and control, electrolysis of light metals: magnesium and aluminum. Electrolysis of light metals: lithium, titanium and gallium. Reduction and production of light metals.

Readership

For engineers, metallurgists and materials scientists.

Table of Contents

  • Section headings and selected papers: Smelter Operations. Performance prediction of the aluminum casting furnace, R Bui et al. Aluminium Casting. Evaluation of feeding characteristics in cast aluminium alloys, J Zou et al. Lost foam casting of aluminum alloys: metallurgical aspects, L Wang, S Shivkumar & D Apelian. Aluminium Melt Casting Treatment and Control. Grain refining response surfaces for three commercial aluminium alloys, W C Setzer, G W Boone & B H Wilson. Electrolysis of Light Metals. Interfacial phenomena in aluminium electrolysis, T Utigard, S Rolseth, J Thonstad & J M Toguri. Lithium: the lightweight champion, R W Barnes. Reduction and Production of Light Metals. Economics of the production of gallium, J C Agarwal, F E Katrak, F C Brown & M J Loreth. Role of Magnesium in the aluminothermic reduction of spodumene, B Jena, E Mast & R Harris.

Product details

  • Language: English
  • Copyright: © Pergamon 1989
  • Published: September 29, 1989
  • Imprint: Pergamon
  • eBook ISBN: 9781483287157

About the Editor

B. Closset

Affiliations and Expertise

Timminco Metals, Toronto, Canada

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