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Meeting 2015 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Electrode Technology for Aluminum Production
Sponsorship TMS Light Metals Division
TMS: Aluminum Committee
Scope The Electrode Technology Symposium for Aluminum Production, along with Alumina and Bauxite, Aluminum Reduction Technology and Cast Shop for Aluminum Production collectively form the Light Metals Symposium, where experts from the Light Metals Industry and academia from all over the world meet each other and share information. You are invited to submit papers in the following subject areas: Carbon Anode Raw Materials and Properties; Paste Plant Design and Operation; Baking Furnace Design and Operation; Rodding Room Design and Operation; Anode Quality and Performance; Solutions for Carbon Plant Environmental Issues and Safety; Cathode and Cathode Materials; Cell Preheating and Startup (as related to pot life); Spent Potlining; Inert Electrode Fabrication and Materials Science.
Abstracts Due 07/15/2014
Proceedings Plan Planned: Light Metals Volume

Effects of Current Density and Temperature on Anode Carbon Consumption in Aluminum Electrolysis
Spatial Methods for Characterising Carbon Anodes for Aluminium Production
A Dynamic Process Model for Predicting the Performance of Horizontal Anode Baking Furnaces
A Size-Dependent Thermodynamic Model for the Carbon/Hydrogen/Sulfur System in Coke Crystallites: Application to the Production of Pre-Baked Carbon Anodes
Air and CO2 Reactivity of Carbon Anode and Its Constituents: An Attempt to Understand Dusting Phenomenon
Anode Aggregate Bulk Density Determinations Using a Y-Blender
Anode Stub 3D Inspection System
Application of Grey Relational Analysis for Corrosion Rates of Inert Anodes in Aluminum Electrolysis
Baking Furnace Rebuild Strategy at Dubal to Improve Productivity
Calcined Petroleum Coke Density Separation Process: Solution to Maintain Anode Quality with Degrading Coke Density
Comparison of Linear Multivariable, Partial Least Square Regression, and Artificial Neural Network Analyses to Study the Effect of Different Parameters on Anode Properties
Description and Applications of a 3D Mathematical Model for Horizontal Anode Baking Furnaces
Determination of the Microstructural Creep Properties of Cast Iron Connector at High Temperatures for the Prediction of the Thermo-Mechanical Behavior of Anodic Assemblies
Development of a New Approach to Increase the Electrical Performance of Anodic Assemblies
Effects of Coke Types and Calcining Levels on the Properties of Bench-Scale Anodes
Effects of Mixing Parameters and Pores of Cokes on Pitch Absorption in Making Carbon Anode Pastes
Environmental and Operating Benefits of a New Fume Treatment System at a Restarted Anode Plant
Evaluating the Crack Resistance of Carbon Anodes - Implementation of a Measurement System for Tensile Strength and Fracture Toughness
Factors Influencing Baked Anode Properties
Influence of Partial Substitution of Cu by Various Elements in Cu-Ni-Fe Alloys on Their High-Temperature Oxidation Behavior
New Developments of Anode Coke Grinding Using a Vertical Mill Technology
On the Evolution of Steel Stub Thermo-Physical and Thermo-Mechanical Properties during Operational Stage of Anodic Assemblies
Pilot Anode Testing of Alternative Binder and CPC Raw Materials
Quality Control via Electrical Resistivity Measurement of Industrial Anodes
Real-Time Measurement of Coke Aggregate Size and Vibrated Bulk Density Using Image Texture Analysis
Study On the Bubble Behavior and Anodic Overvoltage of NiFe2O4 Ceramic Based Inert Anodes
Successful Start-up of Firing Control System at Vlissingen
Traceability of Raw Materials in Silos in an Anode Plant
Xelios Vibrocompactors: A Step Towards Sustainability

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