Materials are aircraft aluminum
, beryllium-copper, and steel.
Already, in 2005, 2 million metric tons of aluminum
components were put on European roads in new passenger cars.
So, with this bleak economic information, why is the overall mood for secondary and primary aluminum
Some of the applications where European vehicle manufacturers are focusing aluminum
application, Riveros-Jacobson cites, are bodies-in-white, instrument panels and enclosure panels.
Although in the white relief Aluminium, Aluminiumverbundplatte, Acryl, Kunstharzlack (Aluminum
Composite Panel, Acrylic, Resin Lacquer), 2005, the composition of the roughly cut aluminum
plates recalled art-historical precedents such as Ben Nicholson's experiments with abstraction or Matisse's collages, any echo of those works' elegance was offset by the harsh quality of the reliefs seemingly makeshift construction, as well as by the jarring of the different whites of the ground and the forms.
But other agencies, including the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS), continue to look into it because aluminum
is so ubiquitous in our daily lives.
Paul Bertsch, director of the Savannah River Ecology Laboratory in Aiken, South Carolina, and colleagues had proposed in a chapter of the 1996 text The Environmental Chemistry of Aluminum
Now, as a result of a chance encounter on a hike in Yellowstone National Park, a research group believes it has found a bacterium that requires aluminum
But, Wiley said the other day as he stood under a pine tree and watched teams called the Devil Rays and Indians battle in the 13- and 14-year-olds division, ``It's not out of a sense of traditionalism, it's out of a concern for safety'' that aluminum
Even though the aluminum
industry's structure prevents it speaking with one voice, it could learn a lot from the way the steel industry does things.
With the Atlantic Aluminum
acquisition, we take another step in building a strong and focused organization that is capable of competing long term in targeted niche market segments.
was chosen as the material for the apex of the Washington Monument (dedicated in 1885), an ounce of the metal cost twice the daily wages of an average worker on the project.