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DESIGNING CELLS FOR THE FUTURE -WIDER AND/OR EVEN HIGHER AMPERAGE?
2.43 MEG

LOW ENERGY CONSUMPTION CELL DESIGNS INVOLVING COPPER INSERTS AND AN INNOVATIVE BUSBAR NETWORK LAYOUT
2.83 MEG

NEW BUSBAR NETWORK CONCEPTS TAKING ADVANTAGE OF COPPER COLLECTOR BARS TO REDUCE BUSBAR WEIGHT AND INCREASE CELL POWER EFFICIENCY
2.54 MEG

PRESENTATION OF A NEW ANODE STUB HOLE DESIGN REDUCING THE VOLTAGE DROP OF THE CONNECTION BY 50 MV
1.00 MEG

PRESENTATION OF AN IMPROVED REVERSED COMPENSATION CURRENT (RCC) BUSBAR CONCEPT USING LESS BUSBAR WEIGHT
1.92 MEG

ON THE IMPORTANCE OF FIELD VALIDATION IN THE USE OF CELL THERMAL BALANCE MODELING TOOLS
2.39 MEG

MODELING GRAVITY WAVE IN 3D WITH OPENFOAM IN AN ALUMINUM REDUCTION CELL WITH REGULAR AND IRREGULAR CATHODE SURFACES
3.64 MEG

A NEW ALUMINIUM ELECTROLYSIS CELL BUSBAR NETWORK CONCEPT
1.75 MEG

NON-LINEAR STABILITY ANALYSIS OF CELLS HAVING DIFFERENT TYPES OF CATHODE SURFACE GEOMETRY
5.11 MEG

IN-DEPTH ANALYSIS OF LINING DESIGNS FOR SEVERAL 420 KA ELECTROLYTIC CELLS
4.28 MEG

HALL-HÉROULT CELL ADVANCED MODELLING DEVELOPMENT
28.3 MEG

INFLUENCE OF THE CATHODE SURFACE GEOMETRY ON THE METAL PAD CURRENT DENSITY
4.74 MEG

FURTHER IMPROVEMENT OF ALUMINIUM REDUCTION CELL RESISTANCE SLOPE CALCULATION
3.12 MEG

TESTING A NEW STARPROBE TM MEASUREMENT BASED RATIO CONTROL ALGORITHM USING A DYNAMIC CELL SIMULATOR
4.14 MEG

PRODUCTION APPLICATION STUDY ON MAGNETO-HYDRO-DYNAMIC STABILITY OF A LARGE PREBAKED ANODE ALUMINUM REDUCTION CELL
3.55 MEG

IN DEPTH ANALYSIS OF ENERGY-SAVING AND CURRENT EFFICIENCY IMPROVEMENT OF ALUMINUM REDUCTION CELLS
3.12 MEG

MEASURING BATH PROPERTIES USING THE STARPROBE TM
3.76 MEG

MODELING CATHODE COOLING AFTER POWER SHUTDOWN
4.50 MEG

MODELING CATHODE COOLING DUE TO POWER INTERRUPTION
3.63 MEG

DEPTH ANALYSIS AND POTENTIALITY EXPLOITATION ON ENERGY-SAVING AND CONSUMPTION-REDUCTION OF ALUMINUM REDUCTION POT
4.04 MEG

TESTING IN SITU ALUMINIUM CELL CONTROL WITH DYNA/MARC CELL SIMULATOR
3.51 MEG

USING ANSYS AND CFX TO MODEL ALUMINIUM REDUCTION CELL SINCE 1984 AND BEYOND
8.64 MEG

DEVELOPMENT AND APPLICATION OF AN ANSYS BASED THERMO-ELECTRO-MECHANICAL COLLECTOR BAR SLOT DESIGN TOOL
1.68 MEG

RETROFIT OF A 500 KA CELL DESIGN INTO A 600 KA CELL DESIGN
4.75 MEG

DEVELOPMENT AND APPLICATION OF AN ANSYS® BASED THERMO-ELECTRO-MECHANICAL ANODE STUB HOLE DESIGN TOOL
1.63 MEG

MATHEMATICAL MODELLING OF ALUMINUM REDUCTION CELL POTSHELL DEFORMATION
2.08 MEG

MATHEMATICAL MODELING OF ALUMINIUM REDUCTION CELL POTSHELLS: IMPROVEMENTS AND APPLICATIONS
1.99 MEG

IMPACT OF THE VERTICAL POTSHELL DEFORMATION ON THE MHD CELL STABILITY BEHAVIOR OF A 500 KA ALUMINUM ELECTROLYSIS CELL
2.24 MEG

MODELLING THERMAL DYNAMIC RESPONSE TO A 3-HOUR TOTAL POWER SHUTDOWN EVENT
723 KB

CELL VOLTAGE NOISE REMOVAL AND CELL VOLTAGE (OR RESISTANCE) SLOPE CALCULATION
1.34 MEG

THERMO-ELECTRO-MECHANICAL MODELING OF A HALL-HÉROULT CELL COKE-BED PREHEATING
1.55 MEG

COMPARING THE MHD CELL STABILITY OF AN ALUMINIUM REDUCTION CELL AT DIFFERENT METAL PAD HEIGHT AND LEDGE THICKNESS
1.93 MEG

MHD AND POTSHELL MECHANICAL DESIGN OF A 740 KA CELL
2.16 MEG

BUSBAR SIZING MODELING TOOLS: COMPARING AN ANSYS® BASED 3D MODEL WITH THE VERSATILE 1D MODEL PART OF MHD-VALDIS
1.29 MEG

THERMO-CHEMO-MECHANICAL MODELING OF A HALL-HÉROULT CELL THERMAL BAKE-OUT
2.48 MEG

EXCESS ALF3 CONCENTRATION IN BATH CONTROL LOGIC
1.48 MEG

IMPACT OF USING SELECTIVE COLLECTOR BAR RODDING ON THE MHD STABILITY OF A 500 KA ALUMINIUM ELECTROLYSIS CELL
2.45 MEG

STUDY OF THE THERMALLY-INDUCED SHELL DEFORMATION OF HIGH AMPERAGE HALL-HÉROULT CELLS
1.91 MEG

WEAKLY COUPLED THERMO-ELECTRIC AND MHD MATHEMATICAL MODELS OF AN ALUMINIUM ELECTROLYSIS CELL
3.52 MEG

MODELING ALUMINIUM REDUCTION CELL SINCE 1980 AND BEYOND
3.76 MEG

ACCURATE ASSESSMENT OF THE HIRAKUD SMELTER ALUMINIUM REDUCTION CELL THERMAL BALANCE USING ONLY TEMPERATURE MEASUREMENTS
1.45 MEG

DEMONSTRATION THERMO-ELECTRIC AND MHD MODEL OF A 500 KA AL ELECTROLYSIS CELL: PART 2 2.39 MEG

INTRODUCTION TO THERMO-ELECTRIC MODELING OF ALUMINIUM REDUCTION CELLS
1.63 MEG

USING MATHEMATICAL MODELS TO IMPROVE THE EFFICIENCY OF HALL-HÉROULT CELLS
3.74 MEG

CALCULATING TEMPERATURE UNDER HOOD OF A PREBAKE ANODE CELL
910 KB

DEMONSTRATION THERMO-ELECTRIC AND MHD MODEL OF A 500 KA AL ELECTROLYSIS CELL
1.35 MEG

PERFORMING FAST TREND ANALYSIS ON CELL KEY DESIGN PARAMETERS
1.20 MEG

TOWARDS THE DEVELOPMENT OF A 3D FULL CELL AND EXTERNAL BUSBARS THERMO-ELECTRIC MODEL
1.11 MEG

USING MATHEMATICAL MODELS TO IMPROVE THE THERMAL BALANCE OF HALL-HÉROULT CELLS
1.96 MEG

USING ANSYS TO MODEL ALUMINUM REDUCTION CELL SINCE 1984 AND BEYOND
1.86 MEG

MODELING POWER MODULATION
1.09 MEG

COMPUTATION OF ACCURATE HORIZONTAL CURRENT DENSITY IN METAL PAD USING A FULL QUARTER CELL THERMO-ELECTRIC MODEL
1.24 MEG

3D MODELING OF THE VENTILATION PATTERN IN AN ALUMINIUM SMELTER "POTROOM" BUILDING USING CFX-4
1.58 MEG

USAGE OF A FULL 3D TRANSIENT THERMO-ELECTRIC F.E. MODEL TO STUDY THE THERMAL GRADIENT GENERATED IN THE LINING DURING A COKE PREHEAT
1.11 MEG

DEVELOPMENT OF A 3D TRANSIENT THERMO-ELECTRIC CATHODE PANEL EROSION MODEL OF AN ALUMINUM REDUCTION CELL
930 KB

THERMO-ELECTRIC DESIGN OF A 400 kA CELL USING MATHEMATICAL MODELS: A TUTORIAL
1.21 MEG

DEVELOPMENT OF A 2D+ DYNAMIC MODEL OF AN ALUMINUM REDUCTION CELL
1.10 MEG

USING ANSYS® BASED ALUMINUM REDUCTION CELL ENERGY BALANCE MODELS TO ASSIST EFFORTS TO INCREASE LAURALCO´S SMELTER PRODUCTIVITY
1.47 MEG

COMPUTATION OF ALUMINUM REDUCTION CELL ENERGY BALANCE USING ANSYS® FINITE ELEMENT MODELS
747 KB

INDUSTRIAL ALUMINUM ELECTROLYSIS TMS COURSE CHARLESTON 1997: PROCESS SIMULATION
1.75 MEG

SYMPOSIUM ÉLECTROLYSE 1997 CQRDA: OPTIMISATION DU PROCÉDÉ PAR MODÉLISATION
1.90 MEG

ESTIMATION OF THE GAS EXHAUST RATE REQUIRED ON AN ALUMINIUM REDUCTION CELL DURING START-UP
890 KB

SIMULATION OF THE DYNAMIC RESPONSE OF ALUMINUM REDUCTION CELLS
571 KB

USING A STEADY STATE MODEL OF AN ALUMINUM REDUCTION CELL TO INVESTIGATE THE IMPACT OF DESIGN CHANGES
961 KB

PROCESS SIMULATION OF ALUMINUM REDUCTION CELLS
507 KB






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