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Why is Guinea Bauxite Considered the Best in the World?

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Introduction Guinea, a small west African country, is endowed with more than 40 billion tons of metallurgical grade bauxite and thus occupies the top position in the world.  Despite being blessed with world’s largest bauxite deposits, till recently Guinea was lagging behind in bauxite production compared to major producing countries like Australia, Brazil, China and […]

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Energy Reduction in Aluminium Smelting: An Overview

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The world’s aluminium smelters consume about 3.5% of the total global electric power. Globally, the aluminium industry emits around 450 MT of CO2-equivalents annually (around 1% of world’s total emission). These numbers are growing because an increasing share of the aluminium production is derived from electricity from fossil fuel. With the global demand for energy […]

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Austempered Ductile Iron and Aluminium Alloys Do Not Always Cross Paths in Lightweighting: An Insight

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Lightweighting is the order of the day. Globally, transportation industry players are spending dollars to hit upon that one perfect technology that enables them to reduce weight of their next outgoing vehicle model so that it meets the now stricter sustainability rules. In packaging too, brands are racing against time to attain that perfect thickness […]

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World Aluminium Industry in 2015: A Recap

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An eventful 2015 comes to an end. There were challenges galore and opportunities umpteen for the Global Aluminium Industry to grow and innovate! The year was bearish for the entire metal market including aluminium and producers struggled hard to cope-up with the tough markets.  The consumption scene was more or less promising because of consistently […]

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