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  • Heron Hall Academy, London, U.K.

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    Architectural Aluminum Systems Bring Life to a Renovated Academy in London

    Heron Hall Academy in Enfield, north London, U.K., recently received a £17 million refurbishment, remodeling, and extension, converting it from a partly derelict technical college to modern 1,680-student secondary school. This renovation included the replacement of existing steel windows and doors with an extruded aluminum glazing system, as well as the construction of a new wing. […]

  • MAADI Aluminum Bridge

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    New Aluminum Bridge Installed in Port of Montreal

    The MAADI Group designed, manufactured, and installed a prefabricated aluminum bridge, which provides a walkway between the Alexandra Pier and the Iberville Passenger Terminal, at the Port of Montreal, Canada. The new structure (called a skywalk) was part of a $78 million restoration project, which was designed to help modernize and integrate the aging maritime structures into the urban fabric of Old […]

  • Aluminum drink coaster

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    The Making of Commemorative Aluminum Drink Coasters

    During the recent ALUMINUM USA trade show in Nashville in October, Light Metal Age (LMA) magazine held a celebration in honor of our 75th anniversary of continuous publication. For the occasion, LMA commissioned Winston Moy to manufacture 150 commemorative aluminum drink coasters, which were gifted to guests at the event (see highlights from the celebration, including […]

  • Austal EPF 8

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    Austal Delivers Aluminum EPF Catamaran to U.S. Navy

    Austal USA delivered the USNS Yuma, the eigth Expeditionary Fast Transport (EPF) vessel, to the U.S. Navy. The EPF program provides the Navy with providing high-speed, high-payload transport capability to fleet and combatant commanders. The 338-foot long Yuma is an aluminum catamaran capable of transporting 600 tons, 1,200 nautical miles at an average speed of […]

  • Solar Panels - public domain

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    Stanford Engineers Create an Aluminum-Ion Battery for Storing Renewable Energy

    Professor Hongjie Dai and doctoral candidate Michael Angell from Stanford University in California developed a nonflammable, low-cost, high-performance aluminum-ion battery that could provide an inexpensive storage solution for solar power or other forms of renewable energy for consumption during off hours. The battery’s main ingredient is urea (a material that is already industrially produced by […]

  • Copyright © Disney Research

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    Disney Research Turns Aluminum Room into Wireless Charger

    Disney Research developed a new method for wirelessly transmitting power throughout a room that enables users to charge electronic devices as seamlessly as they now connect to WiFi hotspots, eliminating the need for electrical cords or charging cradles. The researchers demonstrated their method, called quasistatic cavity resonance (QSCR), inside a specially built 16-by-16 ft aluminum […]

  • Hornblower shipyard

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    Aluminum Used in New York’s Citywide Ferry System

    New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) and Hornblower, the operator of Citywide Ferry, began construction on the 19 aluminum vessels, utilizing the latest in 21st century maritime technology and best design practices. The new vessels will represent the New York City’s first citywide ferry system in over 100 years. The use of lightweight aluminum provides fuel efficiency […]