3 edition of Cathodes in aluminium electrolysis found in the catalog.
Cathodes in aluminium electrolysis
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Morten Sørlie, Harold A. Øye.|
|Contributions||Øye, Harald A.|
|LC Classifications||TN775 .S658 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||294 p. :|
|Number of Pages||294|
|LC Control Number||90230427|
K. Grjotheim, 3 books Lang, G., 2 books Aluminium-Zentrale., 2 books L. Schwarmann, 1 book International Seminar on Refining and Alloying of Liquid Aluminium and Ferro-Alloys ( Norwegian Institute of Technology), 1 book E. Hermann, 1 book E. Herrmann, 1 book International Conference on Aluminium Weldments (3rd Munich, Germany), 1 book. ONE OF A FOUR-BOOK COLLECTION SPOTLIGHTING CLASSIC ARTICLES. Landmark research findings and reviews in aluminum reduction technology. Highlighting some of the most important findings and insights reported over the past five decades, this volume features many of the best original research papers and reviews on aluminum reduction technology published from to
The Light Metals symposia at the TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition present the most recent developments, discoveries, and practices in primary aluminum science and technology. The annual Light Metals volume has become the definitive reference in the field of aluminum production and related light metal technologies. The collection includes papers from the following symposia: 1. Trapezoidal protrusions were added onto flat cathodes with the objective of enhancing the flow resistance to the metal in aluminum electrolysis cells. This design was tested for 8 months and proved to be effective in reducing cell voltage. Subsequently, trials revealed that when all the protrusions were widened, the energy consumption was barely influenced.
Little attention was paid to the type of material or the anode to cathode ratio. As operations became more sophisticated and research on this subject was accomplished, specific recommendations on the ratio and material became consensus opinion was the best material for the cathodes was aluminum and specifically t6 alloy. He is responsible for cathodes in the electrolysis at Hydro, Sunndal. Sund is an employee representative in The Norwegian Society of Engineers and Technologists (NITO) representing the employees through the Central Cooperative Council (Sentralt samarbeidsråd).
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Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author. Learn about Author Central. Morten 5/5(2). Cathodes in Aluminium Electrolysis Published 3rd June, by Nadine Bloxsome Authored by Dr Morten Sorlie of Alcoa Norway and Prof Harald Oye of The Norwegian University of Science and Technology, the main aim of the book is to give advice on obtaining longer.
Cathodes (1) for aluminium electrolysis cells consisting of cathode blocks (4) and current collector bars (2) attached to those blocks whereas the cathode slots (3) receiving the collector bar have Cited by: M.
Sørlie, H.A. Øye, Cathodes in aluminium electrolysis, 3rd edn. (Aluminium-Verlag Marketing & Kommunikation GmbH, Germany, ) Reaction between aluminium and graphite in. The document Development of a New Type of Cathode for Aluminium Electrolysis was presented at the ICSOBA Conference in Quebec.
This is a new solution for aluminum plants seeking a block with intermediate properties between graphite cathodes and carbon cathodes. In the aluminium electrolysis cells, the cathode blocks play a major role in the performances of the cell.
Indeed, the electrolysis is performed in a molten salts bath at °C and the cathode has to withstand this environment, preventing the leakage of the bath or the molten aluminium. It also has to carry the current.
Sørlie and H. Øye, Cathodes in Aluminium Electrolysis, Aluminium Verlag, Düsseldorf, Germany, and Three aluminum electrolysis cells with a novel uneven cathode bottom are being operated successfully in Chongqing Tiantai Aluminum Industry Co., Ltd., China. More and more aluminum smelters are using this type of cathode.
A finite element/optimization model was developed to determine the optimum shape of the cathode block of an AP aluminum electrolysis cell. The optimum shape is the design that makes the electric current density on the surface of the cathode block as uniform as possible so as to simultaneously prolong its lifetime, to minimize its energy consumption and to minimize the cost of material.
Investigations of spent potlinings in aluminium electrolysis cells have shown a high degree of pitting in regions with potholes or significant cathode wear [1, 2]. Taberaux et al. have reported that the maximum cathode wear was located under the anodes near the ends of the cathode blocks.
The TMS Industrial Aluminum Electrolysis Course: The Definitive Theory and Practice of Primary Aluminum Production (IAE 19) is a five-day professional development opportunity. The course is planned to be interactive in nature, comprised of lectures with open group discussions, lectures, and a.
The study shows examples of the distribution of melt components in spent carbon cathodes from 16 industrial aluminum electrolysis cells shut down after 10 to days. Before we learn about cathode and anode we need to first understand what an electrode is.
As per the general definition, an electrode is a substance that helps in the conduction of electricity wherein the electric current either enters or leaves the non-metallic medium like an electrolytic cell.
In simple terms, an electrode is a conductor that helps in establishing electrical contact with a. Four new cell designs for aluminium electrolysis with inert anodes and wettable cathodes were proposed. In this way it is possible to prepare aluminium with energy economy of about 35 to 40%.
Likewise,due to the use of inert anodes are eliminated the escaping of all toxic gases and gases with greenhouse effect.
Find great deals on eBay for electrolysis books. Shop with confidence. Cathodes in Aluminium Electrolysis, Like New Used, Free shipping in the US. C $ List price: Inert Anodes for Aluminium Electrolysis, Brand New, Free shipping in the. A hot cathode is a cathode that is heated by a filament to produce electrons by thermionic emission.
The filament is a thin wire of a refractory metal like tungsten heated red-hot by an electric current passing through it. Before the advent of transistors in the s, virtually all electronic equipment used hot-cathode vacuum hot cathodes are used in vacuum tubes in radio.
The aluminium industry has employed the Hall-Heroult process for more than years to produce aluminium.
The new inert anode technology is believed to reduce the anode, labor, maintenance and environmental costs associated with running a smelter. The wettable cathodes also holds potential for reduced costs and increased operating efficiencies. High cost platinum (Pt) catalysts limit the application of microbial electrolysis cells (MECs) for hydrogen (H 2)inexpensive and efficient Mo 2 N nanobelt cathodes were prepared using an ethanol method with minimized catalyst and binder loadings.
The chronopotentiometry tests demonstrated that the Mo 2 N nanobelt cathodes had similar catalytic activities for H 2 evolution. Recently, interest in aluminium ion batteries with aluminium anodes, graphite cathodes and ionic liquid electrolytes has increased; however, much remains to be done to increase the cathode.
SPL from aluminium reduction cell cathodes is becoming one of the aluminium industry's major environmental concerns. On the other hand, it also represents a major recovery potential because of its fluoride and energy content.
Most SPL is currently stored at the aluminium smelter .One of the key products of the Performance Products Business Unit is cathodes. Cathode blocks are used in the lining of aluminum electrolysis cells.
Sidewall blocks, ramming pastes and special glues round up the cathode product portfolio - providing complete custom-made solutions to optimally fit the requirements in the Aluminum Smelter.Balance the half equation for the formation of aluminium during electrolysis: Al 3+ + e-→ Al.
The balanced half equation is: Al 3+ + 3e-→ Al (because three negatively charged electrons are.