Energy Technology 2012: Carbon Dioxide Management and Other Technologies

Energy Technology 2012: Carbon Dioxide Management and Other Technologies

Editor(s): Maria D. Salazar-Villalpando, Neale R Neelameggham, Donna Post Guillen, Soobhankar Pati, Gregory K. Krumdick

Published Online: 15 MAY 2012 09:26AM EST

Print ISBN: 9781118291382

Online ISBN: 9781118365038

DOI: 10.1002/9781118365038

About this Book

Proceedings of symposia sponsored by the Energy Committee of the Extraction and Processing Division and the Light Metals Division of TMS (The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society)
Held during the TMS 2012 Annual Meeting & Exhibition Orlando, Florida, USA, March 11-15,2012

Table of contents

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  1. Part I: Energy Technologies and Carbon Dioxide Management CO2 Management and Utilization

    1. Bauxite Residue Neutralization and Carbon Sequestration from Flue Gas (pages 23–30)

      Luis Alves Venancio, Emanuel Negräo Macedo, Jose Antonio Silva Souza and Fernando Aracati Botelho

  2. Part II: Energy Technologies

    1. Global Primary Aluminium Industry 2010 Life Cycle Inventory (pages 85–92)

      Chris Bayliss, Marien Bertram, Kurt Buxmann, Bernard de Gelas, Samantha Jones and Linlin Wu.

  3. Part III: Waste Heat Recovery

  4. Part IV: Session I

    1. Economic and Environmental Trade-Offs for Li-Based Battery Recycling (pages 217–226)

      Gabrielle Gaustad, Matt Ganter, Xue Wang, Chelsea Bailey, Callie Babbitt and Brian Landi

  5. Part V: Permanent Magnets for Energy Applications

  6. Part VI: Magnetocaloric and Magnetostrictive Materials

  7. Part VII: Power Conversion and Microstructural Effects

    1. Nanocomposite Alloy Design for High Frequency Power Conversion Applications (pages 265–274)

      Shen Shen, Paul R. Ohodnicki, Samuel J. Keraion, Alex Leary, Vladimir Keylin, Joseph F. Huth and Michael E. McHenry

  8. Part VIII: Fuel Cells

  9. Part IX: Materials for Hydrogen Production, Separation, and Storage

    1. Free Form Fabrication of Catalytic Substrates (pages 315–322)

      T. Salisbury, S. Davis, G. Pinson, R. Christiansen, M. Berlin, J.P. Downey, W. Gleason, R. James, E. Rosenberg, K. Gleason, R. Hiebert and J. McCloskey

    2. Improved Palladium Coatings for Hydrogen Purification Membranes (pages 323–330)

      S. Davis, T. Salisbury, G. Pinson, R. Christianson, M. Berlin, J.P. Downey, W. Gleason, R. James, E. Rosenberg, K. Gleason, R. Hiebert and J. McCloskey

  10. Part X: Mechanical Behavior of Reactor Materials

  11. Part XI: Characterization and Modeling of Microstructural Evolution in Nuclear Materials

    1. Elemental Solubility Tendency for the Phases of Uranium by Classical Models Used to Predict Alloy Behavior (pages 357–370)

      Van S. Blackwood, Travis W. Koenig, Jason M. Porter, David L. Olson, Brajendra Mishra, Robert D. Mariani and Douglas L. Porter

  12. Part XII: Irradiation and Testing of Fuels and Cladding Materials

  13. Part XIII: Processing to Enhance Performance in Rare Earth Permanent Magnets

  14. Part XIV: Role of Magnetic Fields and Texturing to Improved Magnetic Materials

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