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Meeting 2018 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Cast Shop Technology: Energy Joint Session
Sponsorship TMS Light Metals Division
TMS: Aluminum Committee
TMS: Energy Committee
Organizer(s) Mark Badowski, Hydro Aluminium
Mark R. Jolly, Cranfield University
Donald F. Whipple, Bloom Engineering Co Inc
Cynthia K. Belt, Consultant
Scope Cast Shop Technology, along with Aluminum Reduction Technology, Aluminum Alloys, Processing and Characterization, Electrode Technology for Aluminum Production, and Alumina and Bauxite collectively form the Light Metals topic area at the TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition. The meeting is an excellent opportunity to interact with experts from the Light Metals industry and academia from all over the world and hear the latest updates on key issues in the industry.

The Aluminum industry faces unique challenges in the transition to sustainability and efficient use of energy will play a key role. This joint session will explore the trends and drivers toward sustainability.

Papers are encouraged with research or case studies in furnace efficiency including energy savings, increased production, and reduced melt loss.
Abstracts Due 07/16/2017
Proceedings Plan Definite: Light Metals
PRESENTATIONS APPROVED FOR THIS SYMPOSIUM INCLUDE

Aluminum Melting Furnace Pressure Control
Artificial intelligence to optimize remelting processes: an approach combining data acquisition and modeling
Case Study of Air Cooled Electromagnetic Stirred Melting Furnace at Hydro Henderson
Efficiency of the Casting Process Starts in the Melt Shop
Efficient holding with an aluminium melting furnace
Gas Fired Holding Furnace Modeling for Efficient Operation
Praxair’s OPTIVIEWTM Image Analysis System for Enhanced Combustion Control on Aluminum Tilting Rotary Furnace
Productivity and energy efficiency improvements at two reverberatory furnaces at Alcoa, Norway
Resource and energy efficiency analysis of high pressure die casting process


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