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Industrial Aluminum Electrolysis Will be Held in September

August 15, 2001
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Industrial Aluminum Electrolysis, to be held September 10-14, 2001, at the Camberley Brown Hotel in Louisville, Ky., is a course on the theoretical and practical aspects of primary aluminum production. The course will provide a better understanding of the electrolysis process and an overview of the state of the art. The goal of the corse is to promote more efficient operation of aluminum smelters and stimulate corresponding research and development. This year's course will be further enhanced by an on-site visit to Century Aluminum of Kentucky.

For more information and registration information, e-mail raabe@tms.org or visit http://www.tms.org/Education/ShortCourses/Al-electrolysis.html.

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