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


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
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