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Meeting 2019 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium 2019 Energy Technologies and Carbon Dioxide Management Symposium
Sponsorship TMS: Energy Committee
Organizer(s) Tao Wang, Nucor Castrip Arkansas
Xiaobo Chen, RMIT
Donna P. Guillen, Idaho National Laboratory
Lei Zhang, University of Alaska Fairbanks
Ziqi Sun, Queensland University of Technology
Cong Wang, Northeastern University
Nawshad Haque, Csiro
John A. Howarter, Purdue University
Neale R. Neelameggham, IND LLC
Scope Since energy has been an issue in any branch of the industry, the symposium intends to address the needs for sustainable technologies with reduced energy consumption and pollutants and the development and application of alternative sustainable energy to maintain a green environment and energy supply.

The symposium is open to participants from both industry and academia and will focus on energy efficient technologies including innovative ore beneficiation, smelting technologies, and recycling and waste heat recovery, as well as emerging novel energy technologies. The sessions will also cover various technological aspects of sustainable energy ecosystems, processes that improve energy efficiency, reduce thermal emissions, and reduce carbon dioxide and other greenhouse emissions. Contributions from all areas of non-nuclear and non-traditional energy sources are welcomed.

Topics include, but are not limited to:
- Renewable Energy Resources to Reduce the Consumption of Traditional Fossil Fuels
- Emerging Technologies for Renewable Energy Harvesting, Conversion, and Storage
- New Concepts or Devices for Energy Generation, Conversion, and Distribution
- Waste Heat Recovery and Other Industrial Energy Efficient Technologies
- Energy Education and Energy Regulation
- Scale-up, Stability, and Life-Cycle Analysis of Energy Technologies and Improvement of Existing Energy-Intensive Processes
- Theory and Simulation in Energy Harvesting, Conversion, and Storage
- Design, Operation, and Optimization of Processes for Energy Generation (e.g., Carbon Capture) and Conversion of Energy Carriers
- Energy Efficiency Improvement in Process Engineering (e.g., for biomass conversion and improved combustion) and Electrical Engineering (e.g., for power conversion and developing smart grids)
- Thermo-electric/Electrolysis/Photo-electrolysis/Fundamentals of PV
- Emission Control, CO2 Capture and Conversion
- Carbon Sequestration Techniques
- CO2 and Other Greenhouse Gas Reduction Metallurgy in ferrous (iron & steel making and forming), non-ferrous and reactive metals including Critical Rare-earth Metals
- Sustainability and Life Cycle Assessment of Energy Systems
- Thermodynamics and Modelling for Sustainable Metallurgical Processes
Abstracts Due 07/16/2018
Proceedings Plan Planned:
PRESENTATIONS APPROVED FOR THIS SYMPOSIUM INCLUDE

Analysis on Energy Efficiency and Optimization of HIsmelt Process
Calcium-looping Lime Production: An Energy-efficient and Cost-effective Approach for Decarbonisation of the Steelmaking Industry
Characterization of Polymeric Solutions with TiO 2 Photocatalytic Conversion Efficiency Exposed to Different CO2 Sources
Characterizations of Manganese-based Desulfurated Sorbents for Flue Gas Desulfurization
CO2 Utilization in the Refining Process of FeCr and FeMn
Comparison between Lactuca Sativa L. and Lolium Perenne : Phytoextraction Capacity of Ni, Fe and Co from Galvanoplastic Industry
Construction on Energy Flow Network of Modern Blast Furnace Ironmaking
Determination of Crystallite Size and Influence of Coke Calcinations Level on CO2 Reactivity and Specific Electrical Resistance of Coke
Determination of Limiting Current Density, Plateau Length and Ohmic Resistance of a Heterogeneous Membrane for the Treatment of Industrial Wastewaters with Copper Ions in Acid Media
Effect of Biomaterial (Citrullus Lanatus Peels) Nanolubricant on the Thermal Performance and Energy Consumption of R600a in Refrigeration System
Effect of Dust in Flue Gas on Heat Transfer Efficiency
Effect of pH and Potential in Chemical Precipitation of Copper by Sodium Dithionite
Feasibility of a District Heating System using Waste Heat from Alcoa Fjardaal
Flare Gas Reduction by Connecting the Flash Gas Compressors as Series
High-temperature Online Reforming of Converter Gas with Coke Oven Gas
Influence of Proportion of Pellet on Burden Distribution
Metal Oxides Nanostructures for Energy Applications
Nitrogen-doped Porous Carbon Derived from Imidazole-functionalized Polyhedral Oligomeric Silsesquioxane
Performance and Energy Consumption Analyses of R290/bio-based Nanolubricant as a Replacement for R22 Refrigerant in Air-conditioning System
Phase Equilibria and Thermodynamics in the FeSO4–CaSO4 System
Post-combustion Carbon Capture Technology Using CO2 Separative Membrane and Their Industrial Application
Preparation and Characterization of Manganese-based Catalysts for Removing NO under Low Temperatures
Promoting Behaviors of Alkali Carbonates during CO2 Capture of Lithium Orthosilicate
Research and Application On Waste Heat Recycling and Preheating Technology of Ironmaking Hot Blast Stove In China
Simultaneous CO2 Sequestration of Korean Municipal Solid Waste Incineration Bottom Ash and Encapsulation of Heavy Metals by Accelerated Carbonation
Study of Separation CO with H2 on Carbon Nanotube by Monte Carlo Simulation in Aluminum Smelter
The Characterizations of Hydrogen From Steam Reforming of Bio-oil Model Compound in Granulated Blast Furnace Slag
The Manganese-based Zr and Cr Polymeric Pillared Interlayered Montmorillonite for the Low-temperature Selective Catalytic Reduction of NOx by NH3 in Metallurgical Sintering Flue Gas
Thermodynamic and Economic Assessment of an Air-Brayton/ORC Combined Cycle for Microreactors
Two-dimensional Materials and their Hybrids in Energy Applications
Vinylic and Waterproofing Paint with TiO2 as Photocatalytic Active Effects in Lolium perenne Germination


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