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As a result of its low density, low cost, and corrosion resistance, Aluminum is widely used around the world. It is used in an extensive range of products from drinks cans to window frames and boats to aircrafts. A Boeing 747-400 contains 147,000 pounds (66,150 kg) of aluminium.
Cite this paper as: Zeng S., Wang R., Guo Y. (2011) Research on Addition of Aluminum Fluoride for Aluminum Reduction Cell Based on the Neural Network. In: Lin S., Huang X. (eds) Advanced Research on Computer Education, Simulation and Modeling. CESM 2011. Communications in Computer and Information Science, vol 176. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg.
This paper puts forward a new aluminum reduction cell shell technology, specifically a pre-stressed shell. The technology was developed in order to solve the breakage of aluminum reduction shell caused by large deformation. The work is based on pre-stressing technology research and application in the field of steel structures. By pre-stressing the shell cradle, the technology significantly.
The paper compared the aluminum exposure from vaccines in infants to a safety limit of oral aluminum determined by the ATSDR. However, this study incorrectly based its calculations on 0.78% of.
Advanced Materials Research Limited Collections. Specialized Collections Retrospective Collection Home Metal Aluminum. Papers by Keyword: Metal Aluminum. Paper Title Page. Research on Carbon-Free Al-Al 2 O 3 Composite Sliding Gate Performance. Authors: Jin Bao Li, Yong Li, Jun Jie Zhang, Ya Qin Liu, Shan Shan Hong Abstract: The Al-Al 2 O 3 specimens of the carbon-free sliding gate are made.
Design and Weight Optimization of Aluminium Alloy Wheel Sourav Das, (CAE Analyst) Altair Engineering India Pvt Ltd, Bangalore Abstract- This paper deals with the design of aluminum alloy wheel for automobile application which is carried out paying special reference to optimization of the mass of the wheel. The Finite Element analysis it shows that the optimized mass of the wheel rim could be.
This paper describes the relative importance of the various stages of slurry making conditions in the UBE rheocasting process. Investigation of microstructure and deformability shows that the early stages of the slurry making process, i.e. melt temperature and cup temperature, were more effective at controlling slurry microstructure, and hence deformability, than the later stages, i.e. cooling.