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- Environment & Energy Series : Pollution Problems & Control in the Metallurgical Industry - 1 day
Environment & Energy Series : Pollution Problems & Control in the Metallurgical IndustryInstructor
Dr. Fathi Habashi
, Laval University
About the course
| || Dr. Fathi Habashi is the author of more than 50 books, 75
research papers, 120 book review, 4 patents and over 200 trip reports.
Professor emeritus at Laval University in Quebec City, He holds a
B.Sc. degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of Cairo, a Dr.
techn. degree in Inorganic Chemical Technology from the University of
Technology in Vienna, and honorary degrees from the Technical University
of Oruro in Bolivia, the Saint Petersburg Mining Institute in Russia,
and the National University of Engineering in Lima, Peru. He is a Fellow
of the Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy, and Petroleum, and was
holder of the Canadian Government Scholarship in Ottawa (1960-62). He
taught at Montana School of Mines, worked at the Extractive
Metallurgical Research Department of Anaconda Company in Tucson, Arizona
before joining Laval in 1970. He was guest professor at a number of
foreign universities, a guest lecturer at a number of institutions, and
consultant to the United Nations Development Program for the Cuban
Laterite Project. He authored Principles of Extractive Metallurgy in 4
volumes and edited Handbook of Extractive Metallurgy in 4 volumes. |
This comprehensive course covers environmental pollution resulted from metallurgical plant operations. The sources of pollution, gases found in metallurgical plants, dust, fumes, smoke, etc., in plants are discussed. Different industries such as iron and steel, aluminum, and the treatment of sulfides, gold, copper, zinc, and radioactive industries are analyzed in details. Industrial minerals such as asbestos and phosphate rock are also discussed.
The relationship between pollution and energy consumption will be also covered,
Short course notes are distributed on DVD. Participants should bring their laptops to get access to the course material.
Short course Duration: 1 day. (Sunday August 19, 2018, 9 am to 5 pm)
Short Course fee:
- $400 for conference participant / $300 for Students
- $550 for non conference participant / $400 for Students
Short Course registration fee includes: refreshments, lunch, course materials (DVD)