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Covers all aspects of quality control, testing, monitoring and control of the reduction and casting processes in the light metals industry. Strong emphasis is placed on the statistical process control in the smelting and casting of aluminium, and other important practical applications.
For technicians and operators in industry and students of pyrometallurgy.
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- 1st December 1987
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Arvida Research & Development Centre, Alcan International Ltd, Jonquiere, Quebec, Canada