68th Porcelain Enamel Institute Technical Forum. Volume 27, Issue 9. Ceramic Engineering and Science Proceedings

  • ID: 2170600
  • Book
  • 236 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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The Porcelain Enamel Institute showcases and promotes innovations in materials and processing to improve the overall efficiency of enamelling operations, encourages product use in all possible applications, and advances and protects the legitimate interests of the industry and its individual members.

Papers that comprise this book are taken from the 68th Annual Porcelain Enamel institute Technical Forum, May 15–18, 2006. Organized and sponsored by The American Ceramic Society and The American Ceramic Society′s Engineering Ceramics Division in conjunction with the Nuclear and Environmental Technology Division.
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Preface ix

2006 PEI Officers xi

2006 Technical Forum Committee xiii

Past PEI Technical Forum Committee Chairs xv

A.I. Andrews Memorial Lecture

Nanotechnology–Challenges and Opportunities for the Future 3Richard A. Haber

Energy and Raw Materials

The Electricity Market & Critical Issues 35Lucia Harvey

The Current Lithium Situation 45Jason Woulfin

Energy Saving Recommendations–Panel Discussion 55David Latimer, Peter Vodak, and Mike Horton

Laboratory Investigations

Glassy Surface Functional Modification by Nano–Modified Sol–Gel Technology 65Christian Schlegel

Update on the Status of Porcelain Enamel Powder Applications Worldwide 77William D. Faust

The Use of Specialized Enamel Coatings to Bond Concrete to Steel 83Philip G. Malone, Charles A. Weiss, Jr., Donna C. Day, Melvin C. Sykes, and Earl H. Baugher

Using Coefficient of Thermal Expansion (CTE) to Help Solve Porcelain Enamel Stress–Related Problems
89Andrew F. Gorecki

Choosing the Correct Equipment and Abrasive for Your Application 97Richard Hawkins

Grit Blasting Case Study 109Liarn O Byrne

Phosphate Replacement Technology 111Ken Kaluzny

Case Study–Process Stabilization by Continuous Oil Contaminant Removal 117Jim Polizzi, David Latimer, and Jack Scambos

Light Emitting Ceramic Devices (LECD) 135Richard Begley and Don Osborne

Enamels, Color Matching Model 143M. Leaveaux, V. Duchamp, M. F. Perrin, and D. Patou

Ferro New Products for the Home of Tomorrow 155Charles Baldwin, Brad Devine, Dave Fedak, and William Warner

Wet Porcelain Enamels and Processing

Conveyor Rotators 165Richard Dooley

Automated Robotic Coatings and Finishing Systems 175Jerry L. Perez

State of the Art of the Enamelling of Cast Iron Grates 179Harry Florijn

Meeting Future Requirements for Enameled Cast Iron Grates 183Ron Simons

Maintaining a Reliable Wet Enamel System 185Dennis Opp

Checklist for Fabrication 195Larry L. Steele

Environmental Issues

Conversion of Wet Booths into Dry Booths 203Christophe Vanoplinus

Current Regulatory Issues 209Jack Waggener

Author Index 219

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William D. Faust is Technical Manager of the Appliance Division, Porcelain Enamel Division of Ferro Corporation located in Cleveland, Ohio. A significant portion of his work has involved research into electrostatic application of porcelain enamels to metal substrates, electrophoretic deposition from aqueous systems, and conventional application methodology. Mr. Faust holds a B.S. degree in Ceramic Engineering from Clemson University (1968) and a M.S. of Science degree in Management from Case Western Reserve University (1972). He has written numerous articles that have been published in the Porcelain Enamel Institute Technical Forum Proceedings and articles in the American Ceramic Society Bulletin, Ceramic Technology International, International Enamellers Congress 1992, 1998, and 2001 and a chapter on Porcelain or Vitreous Enameling in the Fourth Edition of the Kirk–Othmer Encyclopedia of Chemical Technology, Vol. 9, 1994. He jointly holds five patents relating to porcelain enameling. A long term interest has been in the promotion of enameling art and encouragement of enamel artists in the state of Ohio.

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