Publications and responsibilities
Comparing Anodic Bubble Behavior of Anodes from Anisotropic and Isotropic Cokes in Laboratory Scale Aluminum Electrolysis Cells
During production of aluminum in Hall-Héroult cells, carbon anodes electrochemically oxidize to form mainly CO2. The CO2 bubbles block the anode working surface during growth and coalescence, leading to cell voltage loss and voltage oscillations. Lower grade isotropic petroleum cokes are curren...
Electrochemical Behaviour of Carbon Anodes Produced with Different Mixing Temperatures and Baking Levels—A Laboratory Study
PFC Evolution Characteristics During Aluminium and Rare Earth Electrolysis
Perfluorocarbon Formation During Rare Earth Electrolysis
Direct method for producing scandium metal and scandium-aluminium intermetallic compounds from the oxides
Vanadium Speciation in Petroleum Cokes for Anodes used in Aluminium Electrolysis
The expanding aluminium industry is facing challenges with availability in raw materials. A wider range of petroleum cokes are being taken into use, blurring the border between anode grade and fuel grade coke in anode production. Vanadium, a common impurity in coke, is known to be a catalyst for air...
The Effect of Varying Mixing Temperatures and Baking Level on the Quality of Pilot Scale Anodes - A Factorial Design Analysis
Identifying optimum anode baking level and mixing temperature are important when producing high quality anodes. The effect of varying mixing temperature and baking level were investigated in terms of the resulting apparent anode density, specific electrical resistivity (SER), air permeability, coeff...