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Availability of anode raw materials in the growing aluminum industry results in a wider range of petroleum cokes being used to produce carbon anodes. The boundary between anode grade cokes and what previously was considered non-anode grades are no longer as distinct as before, leading to introduction of cokes with higher sulfur and higher trace met...
Lower-quality petroleum coke with higher levels of sulfur and metal impurities will have to be used for the manufacturing of anodes for aluminum production in the future. The sulfur and metallic impurities affect the anode properties in the aluminum production process, but the chemical identity of the metal species in the coke is not known. In this...
To reduce the carbon footprint in aluminium productionGreen aluminium production, bio-based binders are suggested to replace some or all coal tar pitch in the carbon anodes. In this study, bio-bindersBio-binders based on Norwegian spruce and birch woods were produced in a laboratory setup, which were studied in terms of wetting properties towards p...
The work has recently been published in Metallurgical and Materials Transactions B ( https://doi.org/10.1007/s11663-019-01676-z). (this is an extended abstract based on this work)
The present work involves quantification of retained austenite in a low carbon 9% nickel steel designed for storage of liquefied natural gases (LNG) at cryogenic temperatures. Investigations were carried out in a high resolution field emission scanning electron microscope (FESEM) using Electron Backscatter Diffraction (EBSD) measurements. Weld simu...