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Russian Researchers Design World’s First All-Aluminium Aircraft Engine

Russian Researchers Design World’s First All-Aluminium Aircraft Engine

Researchers at a university in the Russian Federation have developed the world’s first all-aluminium aircraft engine. Russian news agency TASS reported last week that the breakthrough at Novosibirsk State Technical University in southwest Siberia. According to the Novosibirsk Region Ministry of Education,...

Rusal to Establish Data Center at Nadvoitsy Aluminium Smelter in NW Russia

Russian Federation aluminium juggernaut U.C. Rusal yesterday proclaimed the commencement of development for a data center at Nadvoitsy Aluminium Smelter in the Russian Republic of Karelia. Rusal says the data center now in development will provide the firm a raft of IT services, including mechanisms for analysis of large data projects, machine learning, and cryptocurrency […]

Rusal Wins Approval for 8xxx-Series Wires from Russian Government

Russian Federation aluminium behemoth U. C. Rusal announced yesterday the approval of two 8xxx-series aluminium alloys by the Russian government for use in electrical wiring. According to the firm’s press release, the Ministry of Energy of the Russian Federation approved the use of 8030 and 8176 aluminium alloys in electrical applications, permitting their use in […]

Better Aluminium Market, Increased Operational Efficiency Yield Stellar Bottom Line for Rusal in Q3

Russian Federation aluminium titan U.C. Rusal released financial and production results for the third quarter yesterday. Improvements both within the company and to the global aluminium market contributed to increased financial numbers nearly across the board. Revenue in the quarter came to US$2,460 million, better by 19.4 percent year-on-year from last year’s third-quarter total of […]

Rusal On Track to Supply Aluminium for Moscow’s Tram Referb Project

Russian Federation aluminium behemoth U.C. Rusal revealed yesterday that it has been awarded a contract to supply aluminium for a project to upgrade 300 of Moscow’s trams. According to the firm, the project will require around 510 metric tons of aluminium. This contract, which is the largest ever contract to purchase trams for a single […]

Rusal Sets New Standard in Low-Carbon Aluminium with ALLOW

Aluminium has staked a spot in the metals market as the environmentally-responsible choice, boasting attributes including its light weight and 100-percent recyclability. However, the metal’s Achilles heel has long been the significant energy requirements needed for its production. Current technology requires no less that 12,000 kWh of electricity for every metric ton of primary aluminium […]