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Refering to: Greg Stenzoski (greg.stenzoski@conted.gatech.edu)
Georgia Tech Continuing Education

4th INTERNATIONAL ALUMINUM ALLOYS CONFERENCE

The development and implementation of new aluminum alloys and processing methods continues. Environmental concerns are increasingly more important, and recycling has become a primary consideration as new aluminum products are being developed. However, emphasis on specific applications is shifting. The 4th International Conference on Aluminum Alloys, held on September 11-16, 1994 in Atlanta, Georgia, provided a forum for presentations on these topics by leading researchers from around the world.

The conference was organized around the following topics:

Processing of Roll-Cast Strip
Aluminum-Silicon Alloys
Recovery and Recrystallization Phenomenon
Crystallography Texture Development
Non-Heat Treatable Alloys
Aluminum-Magnesium Alloys
Automotive Applications of 6xxx Alloys and Brazing
Aluminum-Lithium Alloys
Composites
High Strength, Heat Treatable Alloys
Fracture and Fatigue
Fine Scale Microstructure Development - Rapidly Solidified Alloys
Precipitation / Dissolution Processes

The papers presented at the conference are now available in a set of three hard-cover volumes.

If you have any questions, please feel free to call the Georgia Tech Continuing Education Department at (404) 894-2547, or send a Fax to (404) 853-0117, or an e-mail message to conted@gatech.edu