Erratum to: Current Energy Requirements in the Copper Producing Industries

JOM, Dec 2013

Charles H. Pitt, Milton E. Wadsworth

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Erratum to: Current Energy Requirements in the Copper Producing Industries

M.C. Jha, G.R. Wicker, and G.A. Meyer, "Selective Precipitation of Nickel and Cobalt Sulfides from Acidic Sulfate Solution," U.S. Patent u.s. Smelting Furnace Co. DIVISION OF C.E. INDUSTRIES CORPORATION Dept. CA 0 1 2 3 4 5 E. "AU St.! P.O. Box 0 1 2 3 4 5 ! Belleville 0 1 2 3 4 5 0 FOR CALCINING AND ROASTING: • Ferrites (hard & soft) • Refractory Materials • Abrasive Grains • Slag Products - Metal Vaporization • Diatamaceous Earth • Chemical Products • Many Other Materials 1 Gustavo A. Meyer is manager of the Ex­ tractive Metallurgy Department at AMAX Extractive Research & Development, Inc., Golden, Colorado. He attended the Univer­ MS and Eng-ScD from the Henry Krumb School of Mines, Columbia University in 1968 and 1972 , respectively , USA 2 Mahesh C. Jha is supervisor of the Base Metals Research Section at AMAX Extrac­ tive Research & Development Inc., Golden, lurgical engineering from Ranchi University (India) in 1965, MS from Michigan Tech­ nological University in 1970, and PhD from Iowa State University in 1973 , USA 3 Paper Offer Form to Kathy Greene, ASTM Publications Division , 1916 Race St., Phil­ adelphia, Pennsylvania 19103; telephone (215) 299-5414 , USA 4 Materials in Nuclear Energy 5 FOR MELTING AND PROCESSING: • Non-Ferrous: Tin , Copper, Aluminum, BrasslBronze and Lead • Glass, Enamels, Precious Metals , Frits & Reclaiming • Oxides: Aluminum , Iron, Tungsten, Copper and Molybdenum, Antimony s are due by December 1, 1981 for the Materials in Nuclear Energy Conference, September 29-0ctober 2, 1982, Huntsville, Ontario, Canada. Sponsored by Canadian Nuclear Society. Topics to be covered include materials and fabrication of components in current nuclear and allied systems; materials performance in current nuclear and allied systems; and materials for future nuclear energy systems. Submit 50- to 150-word abstracts to R. J. McClure, Eldorado Nuclear Ltd., Suite 400, 255 Albert Street, Ottawa, Ontario KIP 6A9, Carnlda. - Gordon R. Wicker is chief process engineer at AMAX Extractive Research & Develop­ ment, Inc., Golden, Colorado. He received his BS in chemical engineering at the Uni­ versity of Wisconsin in 1953 and an MS at the California Institute of Technology in 1957. Circle No.4 on reader service card (Continued from page 37) tion, e.g., embrittlement of metals. Data Accumulation and Assessment-role of data bases and standard reference data; data modeling and reliability including laboratory testing vs. full-scale testing; condition moni­ toring and surveillance. Assessment Method­ ologies-life cycle concepts and risk analysis; structural integrity vs. fitness-for-purpose criteria; failure assessment diagrams; deter­ ministic vs. probabilistic methods. Submit 200- to 300-word abstracts to Dr. J. Early, National Bureau of Standards, Building 223, Room A-113, Washington, D.C. 20234; telephone (301) 921-2976. Titanium and Zirconium

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Charles H. Pitt, Milton E. Wadsworth. Erratum to: Current Energy Requirements in the Copper Producing Industries, JOM, 2013, 53-53, DOI: 10.1007/BF03339538