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A Collection of Papers Presented at the 56th Conference on Glass Problems Ceramic Engineering and Science Proceedings, Volume 17

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A Collection of Papers Presented at the 56th Conference on Glass Problems Ceramic Engineering and Science Proceedings, Volume 17
A Collection of Papers Presented at the 56th Conference on Glass Problems: Ceramic Engineering and Science Proceedings, Volume 17, Issue 2 By
1996 | 192 Pages | ISBN: 0470314818 | PDF | 15 MB
This volume is part of the Ceramic Engineering and Science Proceeding (CESP) series. This series contains a collection of papers dealing with issues in both traditional ceramics (i.e., glass, whitewares, refractories, and porcelain enamel) and advanced ceramics. Topics covered in the area of advanced ceramic include bioceramics, nanomaterials, composites, solid oxide fuel cells, mechanical properties and structural design, advanced ceramic coatings, ceramic armor, porous ceramics, and more.Content: Chapter 1 A New Approach to Joint Research and Development: Determining the Potential for a Partnership Between the Glass Industry and the Federal Government (pages 1-8): Susanne R. LeonardChapter 2 Title V Permits in the Glass Industry: Making Them Simple, Comprehensive, and Flexible (pages 9-18): Michael L. NewsomChapter 3 Glass Furnace HO, Control with Gas Reburn (pages 19-35): Richard Koppang, David Moyeda and Lesley DonaldsonChapter 4 Particulate Emissions in Oxy?Fuel Fired Glass Furnaces (pages 36-46): Benjamin Jurcik, Louis Philippe, Steve Wayman and Roberto RuizChapter 5 Demonstration on an Ultra?Low?NO, Oxygen?Fuel Class Meltins System (pages 47-54): Thomas K. Dankert and Geoffrey B. TusonChapter 6 Volatilization During Thermal Plasma Processing of Glass Melts Containing Heavy Metals (pages 55-61): Jeffrey W. Wood, David G. Cahill, Rebecca Cortez, Larry D. Stephenson and Hany H. ZaghloulChapter 7 Glass Container Reuse: Refillables Hold Opportunity for Glass Industry (pages 62-70): Michael LewisChapter 8 Use of Zinc Selenite in Glass Manufacture (pages 71-77): Charles MerivaleChapter 9 Segregation Affects Glass Quality (pages 78-83): David Stuart?DickChapter 10 Submersed Combustion Furnace for Glass Melts (pages 84-92): Vladimir M. Olabin, Leonard S. Pioro, Alexander B. Maximuk, Mark J. Khinkis and Hamid A. AbbasiChapter 11 Thermal Efficiencies of Float and Container Furnaces (pages 93-102): Warren TurnerChapter 12 Lift?Out Rolls and Lehr Rolls for Production of High?Quality Class (pages 103-111): D. Bucko, J. M. Vignot, P. Guillo, D. Gautier, Y. Takahashi and S. InoueChapter 13 Ongoing Investigation of Oxy?Fuel Firing Impact on Corrosion of Nonglass Contact Refractories, Part 2 (pages 112-120): A. Gupta and S. M. WinderChapter 14 Model?Based Evaluation of Oxy?Fuel Glass?Melting Furnace Performance (pages 121-131): M. G. Carvalho and M. NogueiraChapter 15 Design Modeling of Glass Furnace OXY?Fuel Conversion Using Three?Dimensional Combustion Models (pages 132-140): K. T. Wu and M. K. MisraChapter 16 Heat Transfer Optimization in TV Glass Furnaces (pages 141-151): William J. Horan, Aleksandar G. Slavejkov and Leon L. ChangChapter 17 High?Performance Oxy?Fuel Melting: Three Flat Jet Burner Applications (pages 152-161): Carl SchatzChapter 18 Oxy?Fuel Economics Update Based on Case Histories (pages 162-169): Ronald W. Schroeder and Allan E. ZakChapter 19 Is Your Class Full of Water? (pages 170-179): John T. Brown and Hisashi KobayashiChapter 20 Corrosion of Silica and Mullite Refractories Used in Glass Furnaces Under 100% Oxy?Firing Process (pages 180-188): J. Boillet, W. Kobillet, W. J. Snyder, C. A. Paskocimas, E. R. Leite, E. Longo and J. A. Varela





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