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Meeting 2022 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Aluminum Reduction Technology Joint Session with REWAS: Decarbonizing the Metals Industry
Sponsorship TMS: Recycling and Environmental Technologies Committee
TMS: Aluminum Committee
Organizer(s) Mertol Gokelma, Izmir Institute of Technology
Stephan Broek, Kensington Technology Inc
Scope A joint REWAS-LMD symposium ALUMINUM REDUCTION TECHNOLOGY JOINT SESSION WITH REWAS: DECARBONIZING THE METALS INDUSTRY will be organized as a joint session with Aluminum Reduction Technology. This session covers decarbonization efforts across the primary and secondary industries via development of alternative, renewable energies and the optimization of fuel consumption for energy generation. Described concepts refer to recent technologies or policies used for the purpose of reducing CO2 emissions. In particular, hydrogen reduction, inert anode smelting and alternative sources of energy for production plants are of interest. Beyond the technologies described, emphasis should be made on the metrics used for the quantification of carbon reduction.

Note regarding publication: Authors seeking an oral presentation opportunity must submit a manuscript. Papers submitted to the joint REWAS-Recycling and Sustainability session will be published in the Light Metals proceedings and referenced in the REWAS proceedings.

Abstracts Due 07/19/2021
Proceedings Plan Planned: Light Metals

Building of a Superconductor Busbar at 200 kA for an Aluminium Plant
Bus Bars FSW Repair during Full Operation of Alumina Electrolysis
Cooling of Pot Gas Enabling Carbon Footprint Reductions
Research on Low Temperature Aluminium Electrolysis Charging Recovery System of Renewable Energy Cycle Power Generation System
Stabilizing Electrolysis Cells with Oscillating Currents: Amplitude, Frequency and Current Efficiency
The Contribution and Economics of Demand Side Response towards Decarbonizing the Aluminium Industry

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