May 2018

NACIA 2018 submitted projects

Vote For Your Favorite Architectural Copper Project

For over a decade, the North American Copper in Architecture (NACIA) Awards Program has recognized hundreds of copper buildings from across the United States and Canada. This year, we need your help selecting the "People's Choice Award" winner.

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Grill Knobs

Fire up the Grill

Spring is in the air, and you know what that means: time to clean off the outdoor grill for some warm weather cooking. Copper tubing is a great choice for built-in gas grills in today's home. Read about the many advantages of using copper gas lines for the best fuel gas systems.

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Boat Hull

Floating Steady

Copper and alloys of copper, copper nickel, have been an excellent form of anti-fouling covering for sea-going vessels for centuries. Read about the many benefits of a coating of copper over a boat's hull on the high seas.

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Copper Up Close

Copper Up Close

Microstructures of copper and copper alloys is an important part of understanding their properties. Learn about the importance of metallography from CDA's collection of micrographic images.

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Copper Industry Sustainable Energy Director to Highlight Copper’s Significance in Renewable Energy Growth and Production at Intersolar North America 2018

The Copper Development Association’s (CDA) Director of Sustainable Energy, Zolaikha Strong, will discuss copper’s impact in the operation of and electrical infrastructure required for renewable energy at Intersolar North America.
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How to Avoid Electrical Disasters and Safeguard Critical Data

Data centers house our nation’s most critical information, from hospital records and online sharing, to storing our military’s classified information on a private cloud; but what is the cost when an electrical disaster shuts down a data center?
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Copper in the Arts: Issue #105

Learn more about a Smithsonian exhibit filled with copper buddhas, Vera Johnson's mixed media art, Frog Hollow Craft Association and Gallery being the first craft center in the country, and Arthur Carter's sculptures.
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