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Meeting 2015 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Aluminum Reduction Technology
Sponsorship TMS Light Metals Division
TMS: Aluminum Committee
Organizer(s) Pascal Lavoie, Light Metals Research Centre - The University of Auckland
Scope The Aluminum Reduction Technology Symposium, along with Alumina and Bauxite, Cast Shop Technology, Electrode Technology 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:

Cell Operation (Performance and Operating Advances), Cell Start-Up and Early Operation, Cell Modernization and Productivity Increase, Process Control, Modeling of Cell Design, Environmental Aspects; Fundamentals, Bath Chemistry, Power Modulation and Power Supply, Improvements, Inert Anode, Operation Emerging Reduction Processes, Safety issues in Reduction Lines, Aluminum Trend and market demand, Energy saving initiatives in Reduction Process, Changes/initiatives in Reduction operation to cope with the financial crisis
Abstracts Due 07/15/2014
Proceedings Plan Planned: Light Metals Volume

3D Coupled MHD and Thermoelectrical Modelling Applied to AP Technology Pots
A Model Based Study of Cell Electrical Preheating Practices At DUBAL
An Innovative Pot Ramming Machine
Anode Effect Reduction at Nordural – Practical Points
Arvida Aluminum Smelter - AP60 Technological Center, Start-up Performance and Development of the Technology
Aspects of Change Management and Process Management at Some Smelters
Bath Treatment Plant – Process & Technology Trends
Behavior of Powders on the Surface of a Liquid
Bubble Flow in a Static Magnetic Field
Chemical Characterization and Thermodynamic Investigation of Anode Crust Used in Aluminum Electrolysis Cells
CHINALCO 600kA High Capacity Low Energy Consumption Reduction Cell Development
Comparative Analysis of the Environmental Impacts of Aluminum Smelting Technologies
Detailed Electrochemical Wear Mechanisms of Cathode in Hall-Héroult Cells
Development History and Performance of Dubal DX+ Demonstration Cells
Development of a Mechanized Bath Sampling Method
Effect of Operational Parameters on the Behavior of Phosphorous and Sulfur in Aluminum Reduction
Electroslag Welding(ESW): A New Option for Smelters to Weld Aluminum Bus Bars
Energy Savings Using a Different Anode Rod Design
Experiments on Measurement of Online Anode Currents at Anode Beam in Aluminum Reduction Cells
External Potshell Insulation: A Multi-Usage Tool in Low Power Pot Operation
Frequency Response Analysis of Electrolysis Cell Voltage Signals during the Alumina Feed Cycles
From D18 to D18+: Progression of Dubal’s Original Potlines
High Frequency Measurements of Current through Individual Anodes: Some Results from Measurement Campaigns at Hydro
Horizontal In-Duct Scrubbing of Sulfur Di Oxide from Flue Gas Exhausts
Impact of Copper Inserts in Collector Bars
Impact of Potroom Work Practices on Roofline Fluoride Wet Scrubber Efficiency
Impact of Variable Bath Chemistry and Wetting on Gas Bubble Flow in Aluminium Electrolysis Cells
In-Depth Analysis of Lining Designs for Several 420 kA Electrolytic Cells
In-Situ Formation of Slots in Søderberg Anodes
Investigation of Cathode & Collector Bar Modification on Thermal Balance of a Low Amperage Cell
Investment Advantages of the Establishing of Aluminium Clusters
Mathematical Modelling of Hall-Heroult Pot Instability and Verification by Measurements of Anode Current Distribution
Mobile Monitoring System for Potroom Roof HF Emissions
Monitoring Local Alumina Dissolution in Aluminum Reduction Cells Using State Estimation
New ECL Embedded Service Robot: Towards an Automated, Efficient and Green Smelter
Non-Intrusive Freeze Layer Detection Method in an Aluminum Reduction Cell
Non-Linear Stability Analysis of Cells Having Different Types of Cathode Surface Geometry
Non Anode Effect PFCs: Measurement Considerations and Potential Impacts
Observation of Anodic Bubble Behaviors on Unslotted Anode and Slotted Anode in a Laboratory Scale Transparent Aluminium Electrolysis Cell
On-line Monitoring of Individual Anode Current to Understand and Improve the Process Control at Alouette
Possible Use of 25 MW Thermal Energy Recovered from the Potgas at Alba Line 4
Primary Aluminium Production is Automation the Key to New Success?
Production of Al-Sc alloy by Electrolysis of Cryolite-Scandium Oxide Melts
Reduction in Power Consumption at UC RUSAL'S smelter 2012-2014
Simulation and Measurements on the Flow Field of 600kA Aluminum Reduction Pot
Solution to Reduce Fluoride Emissions from Anode Butts
Standard Development Work in ISO Technical Committee 226 “Materials for the Production of Primary Aluminium”
Start-Up of the OZEOS Gas Treatment Center (GTC) for RTA AP 60 Phase 1
Studies on Background PFC Emission in Hall-Héroult Reduction Cells using Online Anode Current Signals
Study of the Structure and Thermophysical Properties of Side Ledge in Hall-Héroult Cells Operating with Modified Bath Composition
Study on the Dissolution of Alumina in Cryolite Electrolyte Using the See-Through Cell
Technology Research on Aluminum Reduction Cell Pre-Stressed Shell 
The Impact of Bubble-Bubble Interaction on Anodic Gas Release; A Water Model Analysis
The influence of Cathode Shape on Current Density and Metal Heave in 300 kA Aluminum Reduction Cell
The Performance of Aluminium Electrolysis in Cryolite Based Electrolytes Containing LiF, KF and MgF2
The Resistibility of Semi-graphitic Cathode to Alkali Metal (K and Na) Penetration
The Status and Development Trends of Carbon Cathode Materials in China
Trading Current or Resistance for Metal Depth to Maintain Ledge
Treatment of Gas Emissions in Potrooms
Use of the Life Cycle Assessment Methodology to Support Sustainable Aluminum Production and Technology Developments
Wetting between Carbon and Cryolitic Melts. Part II: Effect of Bath Properties and Polarisation
Wetting between Carbon and Cryolitic Melts. Part I: Theory and Equipment
World’s Longest Potline Start-Up at EMAL

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