Aluminium Cast House Technology XII

Volume 693

doi: 10.4028/

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Authors: Bruce Gunn, Yakov Frayman

Abstract: The scheduling of metal to different casters in a casthouse is a complicated problem, attempting to find the balance between pot-line,...

Authors: Ray D. Peterson

Abstract: As long as aluminum has been manufactured and melted, various by-products with a mixture of aluminum and aluminum oxide have existed. The...

Authors: David J. Roth

Abstract: Worldwide production of aluminium continues to grow even in the past economic slowdown period, at present the annual production is at...

Authors: Alan Peel, James Herbert, Robert Connaughton, Hugh Cotton

Abstract: The handling of dross is an unfortunate but necessary activity in any aluminum cast house. One technology designed to cool dross and...

Authors: Terje Haugen, Idar Kjetil Steen, Erling Myrbostad, Arild Håkonsen

Abstract: Hycast TM RAM, hereafter called RAM, is a crucible fluxing technology for removal of alkaline elements (Na, Ca, and Li), as well as...

Authors: Mahesh Prakash, Paul W. Cleary, John A. Taylor

Abstract: When hot molten aluminium is poured into a furnace from crucibles, oxide is generated due to the interaction of the liquid metal with the...

Authors: Darcy Stevens, Anne Kvithyld, Thorvald Abel Engh

Abstract: Thermal oxidation of a 3000 Al sheet rolled alloy was carried out in various atmospheres with a thermogravimetric analyzer (TGA). The effect...

Authors: Peter Whiteley

Abstract: This paper provides an historical perspective of aluminium casthouse furnace evolution over the past 30 years or so with a view towards...

Authors: Andy Wynn, John Coppack, Tom Steele, Gary Latter

Abstract: Monolithic refractories are now well established as linings for a range of holding and melting applications for the processing of aluminium....


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