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76th Conference on Glass Problems, Version A. A Collection of Papers Presented at the 76th Conference on Glass Problems, Greater Columbus Convention Center, Columbus, Ohio, November 2-5, 2015. Volume 37, Issue 1

  • ID: 3769533
  • Book
  • Region: Ohio
  • 224 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Ceramic Engineering and Science Proceeding has been published by The American Ceramic Society since 1980. 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.
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Foreword ix

Preface xi

Acknowledgments xiii


Strength of Glass and Glass Fibers 3
Hong Li

Operating Experience with OPTIMELT Regenerative Thermo–Chemical Heat Recovery for Oxy–Fuel Fired Glass Furnaces 17
A. Gonzalez, E. Solorzano, S. Laux, U. Iyoha, K.T. Wu, and H. Kobayashi


Optimization Program for Batch Wetting Offers Benefits in Furnace Life, Energy Efficiency, and Operational Reliability 29
Thomas S. Hughes, F. Philip Yu, and Blaine Krause

Effect of Borate Raw Material Choices on the Batch Reactions of Alkali–Lean Borosilicate Glasses 43
Mathieu Hubert, Anne Jans Faber, Simon Cook, and David Lever

Glass Cullet: Impact of Color Sorting on Glass Redox State 57
Stefano Ceola, Nicola Favaro, and Antonio Daneo


Oxygen–Solid Fuel Combustion in Glass Melting Furnaces 71
Mark D. D Agostini, Jinghong Wang, and Juping Zhao

Hydroprime® Gas Generators Provide Low Cost, Reliable Hydrogen for Float Glass Manufacturing 83
Goutam Shahani, Kyle Finley, and Nick Onelli

Corrosion of AZS Refractories Source of Defects in Tableware Glass 89
P. imurka, J. Kraxner, P. Vrábel, and T. Pauèo

How Fused Cast AZS Take Care of Secure and High Quality Glass Manufacturing 103
Michel Gaubil, Isabelle Cabodi, Jessy Gillot, and Jie Lu

Advanced Furnace Inspection and Monitoring Based on Radar Sensors 117
Yakup Bayram, Alexander C. Ruege, Peter Hagan, Elmer Sperry, and Dan Cetnar


Optimizing Low Momentum Oxy–Fuel Burner Performance in Glass Furnaces to Minimize Furnace Emissions and Alkali Volatilization 135
Uyi Iyoha, Hisashi Kobayashi, Euan Evenson, and Elmer Sperry

Heat Oxy–Combustion: An Innovative Energy Saving Solution for Glass Industry 149
Hwanho Kim, Taekyu Kang, Kenneth Kaiser, Scott Liedel, Luc Jarry, Xavier Paubel, Youssef Jumani, and Levent Kaya


Intelligent Furnace Design and Control to Increase Overall Glass Furnace Efficiency 159
Erik Muijsenberg

Glass Melt Quality Optimization by CFD Simulations and Laboratory Experiments 169
A.F.J.A. Habraken, A.M. Lankhorst, O.S. Verheijen, and M. Rongen


Forehearth Heating 181
Alan Stephens, Clive Morgan, and Stephen Sherlock  185

Improvements to Emhart Glass Vertiflow Mold Cooling Applications in Glass Container Production 185
Pierre S. Lankeu Ngankeu

Multi–Layer Glass Thickness Measurement 193
Jason Ness, Filipp Ignatovich, and Steve Heveron–Smith

The Qualification of a New Glass Strengthening Process 201
Steven Brown and Dubravko Stuhne

Author Index 207

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S. K. Sundaram
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