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Meeting 2016 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Aluminum Reduction Technology
Presentation Title The Performance of Aluminium Electrolysis in a Low Temperature Electrolyte System
Author(s) Peng Cui, Asbjørn Solheim, Geir Martin Haarberg
On-Site Speaker (Planned) Geir Martin Haarberg
Abstract Scope The electrolyte based on the molten KF-AlF3-NaF system was investigated for low-temperature aluminium electrolysis in laboratory scale. The current efficiency for aluminium deposition was determined from the amount of aluminium deposited after 4 h at a cathodic current density of 0.85 Acm-2. The cryolite ratio between molar concentrations of the alkali fluoride and the aluminum fluoride KR = (NKF+NNaF)/NAlF3, was always retained constant, equal to 1.3 or 1.5. The cryolite-based melts contained 5 and 10 mass% NaF. The temperature was 750℃ for KR=1.3 and 800℃ for KR=1.5. Current efficiencies decreased with increasing content of NaF at cryolite ratio 1.3 and 1.5. The effect of NaF on the cathode process was studied. The contents of sodium and potassium in aluminium based on the KF-NaF-AlF3 melts were determined as a function of the cathodic current density. The cathodic current density ranged from 0.5 to 1.2 Acm-2.
Proceedings Inclusion? Planned: Light Metals Volume


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Investigation of Sodium Sulfate Additions into Cryolite-Alumina Melts
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Numerical Investigation on the Impact of Anode Change on Heat Transfer and Fluid Flow in Aluminum Smelting Cells
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Simulations on the Bath Chemistry Variables using Neural Networks
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The Challenge to Supply Consistent Alumina Quality to All Pots on the Increasing Longer and Higher Capacity Potlines
The Competitive Adsorption of HF and SO2 on Smelter Grade Alumina
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The Role of Key Impurity Elements on the Performance of Aluminium Electrolysis - Current Efficiency and Metal Quality
The Successful Implementation of DUBAL DX+ Technology at EMAL
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Using Artificial Neural Network to Predict Low Voltage Anode Effect PFCs at the Duct End of an Electrolysis Cell

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