Light Metals 2011—PDF
In a context where fossil fuel consumption and the emissions associated with it is a major global problem, it is highly relevant to consider the use of lightweight materials like aluminium, magnesium and titanium in a variety of end products, especially in the field of transport. It is therefore important to conduct advanced research on these materials, from production, to processing, to design of finished products, taking into account the material involved (Design for X).
This proceedings volume contains articles concerning research fields that are both fundamental and practical, and that are written by researchers from academia, government and private companies. The volume contains articles from Canada, but also from countries as diverse as Saudi Arabia, the United States, France, India, Italy, Norway, New Zealand and Turkey.
M. Fafard, G. Dufour
ALUMINIUM PRODUCTION, REGAL’S STUDENTS DAY, LIGHT METALS Ti AND Mg, ALUMINIUM TRANSFORMATION & PRODUCTION