CANMET

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CANMETCanada Centre for Mineral and Energy Technology
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Members at Large: Craig Fairbridge, MCIC (Awards Committee Chair), CANMET (craig@nrcan.gc.ca); Ron Kydd, FCIC, University of Calgary (kydd@acs.ucalgary.ca); Flora Ng, MCIC, University of Waterloo (fttng@chemical.watstar.uwaterloo.ca); Michel Poirier, MCIC CANMET (mpoirier@nrcan.gc.ca); Karl Chuang, FCIC, University of Alberta (karlt.chuang@ualberta.ca); and Bryce McGarvey, MCIC, Imperial Oil (bryce.mcgarvey@esso.com) Representative to CSChE: Jill Lundy, MCIC, Millipore Canada Ltd.
Panel: Solution Strengthened Ductile Iron--A Non-Traditional Approach (17-119) Zayna Connor, American Foundry Society (Schaumburg, Illinois); Dan Weiskopf, Neenah Foundry Co., Neenah, Wisconsin; Joseph Keske, Waupaca Foundry (Marinette, Wisconsin); Cathrine Hartung, Eikern Foundry Products (Kristiansand, Norway); Delin Li, Canmet MATERIALS, Natural Resources Canada (Hamilton, Ontario, Canada)
Canmet Resources ltd, a Canadian venture capital firm, listed on the Vancouver stock exchange under the name Gold Parl Resources in 1987-93, was interested in the Verkhotina field.
A full building energy model was simulated in Canmet ENERGY's EE4 software, which uses DOE-2.1e.
The CANMET Canadian Explosives Research Laboratory (CERL), part of the Explosives Branch of Natural Resources Canada, is the only Canadian government laboratory dealing with commercial explosives and equipment for use in hazardous locations, and one of the few in the world.
Skvara, "Acid corrosion of geopolymeric cementsi," in Proceedings of the 7th CANMET International Conference on Fly Ash, Silica Fume, Slag and Pozzolans in Concrete, vol.
The measurements were performed in CANMET (Canadian Center for Minerals and Energy Technology), which is a government own experimental mine in Val d'Or, Canada.
Chen, retired scientist of the Mining and Mineral Sciences Laboratories of CANMET (the Canada Centre for Mineral and Energy Technology) and focuses on scientific and industrial aspects of hydrometallurgy, electrometallurgy, materials characterization, and process mineralogy.
This mine-laboratory is actually operated by the Canadian Center for Minerals and Energy Technology (CANMET) in northern Canada.
Panelists are Jenny Been with TransCanada Pipelines; Oliver Moghissi with DNV; Michael Mosher with Alberta Iunovates-Technology Futures; Sankara Papavinasam, FNACE,(1) with Canmet MATERIALS; Trevor Place with Enbridge Pipelines; and Sonja Richter with Ohio University.