A Collection of Papers Presented at the 57th Conference on Glass Problems Ceramic Engineering and Science Proceedings, Volume 18

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A Collection of Papers Presented at the 57th Conference on Glass Problems Ceramic Engineering and Science Proceedings, Volume 18
A Collection of Papers Presented at the 57th Conference on Glass Problems: Ceramic Engineering and Science Proceedings, Volume 18, Issue 1 By
1996 | 273 Pages | ISBN: 047029440X | PDF | 18 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 Philosophy, Design, and Performance of Oxy?Fuel Furnaces (pages 1-14): Marvin GridleyChapter 2 In?Situ Testing of Superstructure Refractories (pages 15-28): Don ShampChapter 3 Development and Implementation of a Three?Dimensional Combustion Code for Use in Glass Melting Furnaces (pages 29-42): K. L. Jorgensen, S. Ramadhyani, R. Viskanta and L. W. DonaldsonChapter 4 Demonstration of Cost?Effective NOx Reduction on a Regenerative Sideport Glass Furnace Using Oxygen?Enriched Air Staging (pages 43-59): P. Mohr, D. Neff, D. Rue, H. Abbasi, J. Li and S. HopeChapter 5 Pilkington 3R Technology: An Update (pages 60-65): I. N. W. Shulver and R. QuirkChapter 6 Raw Materials for Primary Glass Manufacture (pages 66-75): Paul F. GuttmannChapter 7 Specialty Glass Raw Materials: Status and Developments (pages 76-86): Richard J. Bauer and Sandra L. GrayChapter 8 Update on the Glass Industry of the Future (pages 87-94): Theodore R. JohnsonChapter 9 Energy Benchmarking: A Tool for Continuing Process Improvement for the Glass Industry (pages 95-108): C. Philip RossChapter 10 Refractory Corrosion Under Oxy?Fuel Firing Conditions (pages 109-119): A. J. Faberand and O. S. VerheijenChapter 11 Glass Furnace NOx Control with Gas Reburn: The Field Test (pages 120-135): Richard Koppang, Antonio Marquez, David Moyeda, Michael Joshi, Patrick Mohr and Roger MadrazoChapter 12 Testing of Superstructure Refractories in a Gas?Oxy Atmosphere Against High?Alkali Glasses (pages 136-145): L. H. Kotacska and T. J. CooperChapter 13 Selection of Optimum Refractories for the Superstructure of Oxy?Fuel Glass Melting Furnaces (pages 146-163): Gerard Duvierre, Alain Zanoli, Yves Boussant?Roux and Mike NelsonChapter 14 Stabilizing Distressed Glass Furnace Melter Crowns (pages 164-179): Laura A. Lowe, John Wosinski and Gene DavisChapter 15 Refractory Corrosion Behavior Under Air?Fuel and Oxy?Fuel Environments (pages 180-207): H. T. Godard, L. H. Kotacska, J. F. Wosinski, S. M. Winder, A. Gupta, K. R. Selkregg and S. GouldChapter 16 Determination of Trace Impurities in a Furnace Atmosphere at Operating Temperature (pages 208-215): Stephen S. C. Tong, John T. Brown and Lawrence H. KoiacskaChapter 17 Molybdenum/Fused Cast AZS Material for Critical Areas in Glass Melting Tanks (pages 216-224): M. Dunkl, A. Fantinel, G. Dinelli and R. TognonChapter 18 Chromic Oxide Blocks for Use in the Glass Container Industry (pages 225-238): F. Gebhardt, G. Boymanns, E. Goerenz, H. Ebigt and G. FrohlichChapter 19 Low Emissions from Endport Furnaces (pages 239-250): T. J. HarperChapter 20 Regenerative Oxygen Heat Recovery for Improved Oxy?Fuel Glass Melter Efficiency (pages 251-265): Richard Browning and James Nabors

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