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77th Conference on Glass Problems. A Collection of Papers Presented at the 77th Conference on Glass Problems, Greater Columbus Convention Center, Columbus, OH, November 7-9, 2016. Edition No. 1. Ceramic Engineering and Science Proceedings

  • ID: 4330588
  • Book
  • June 2017
  • 232 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd

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.

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Foreword ix

Preface xi

Acknowledgments xiii


Glass Plant Audits - Three Case Studies in Glass Production 3

Problems and Their Solutions
J. M. Uhlik

Furnace Design and Operation for the Long Term 19
D. Boothe


Energy Reduction with Model Based Predictive Control 33
M. Powys and D. Armagost, M. P. H. Muijsenberg, R. Bodi, J. Muller, J. David, and G. Neff

Smart Manufacturing for Continuous, High-Technology 45

Glass Production
D. Kuhn and J. Ahrens

Optimal Control Strategy for Predictive Compensation of Gas 55

Quality Fluctuations in Glass Melting Furnances
P. Hemmann


New Furnace Design Solution Breaks the 3 Gigajoules per Ton 67

Benchmark Limit
M. Lindig-Nikolaus

Ox-Fuel Tableware Furnace with Novel Oxygen- and Natural 73

Gas Preheating System
T. Görüney, Ne et Arzan, Süleyman Koç, O. Öztürk and H. ahin, H. Kim and T. Kang, Y. Joumani, X. Paubel, and L. Jarry

Advanced Heat Recovery for Ox-Fuel Fired Glass Furnaces with 83

Plus Technology
S. Laux, U. Iyoha, R. Bell, J. Pedel, A. Francis, K.T. Wu, and H. Kobayashi

Improving Energy Efficiency of Glass Furnances 93
M. van Kersbergen, and S. Lessmann

Optimization of Combustion Settings: An Energy Efficient Approach to the Reduction of Emissions by Glass Melting Furnaces 103
S. Tiozzo, W. Battaglia, R. Dall’Igna, and A. Migatta


Impact of Redox in Industrial Glass Melting and Importance of 115

Redox Control
M. Hubert, A. J. Faber, H. Sesigur, F. Akmaz, S-R. Kahl, E. Alejandro, and T. Maehara


Fluid Dynamics Analysis Leading to Innovative Glass 131

Homogenization Device “Arctwister”
A. Fuchs

Non-Isothermal Glass Moulding of Complex LED Optics 141
H. Kreilkamp, A. T. Vu, O. Dambon, and ND F. Klocke


Tin Bath Block Evolution and Development: A Case of Toil, 153

Endeavour and Fears
Christopher J. Windle

New Oxy-Combustion Crown Efficient Flue Gas 167

Heat Recovery
W. Kuhn and A. Reynolds

Extending the Life of Fused Cast Ceramics 171
R. McGrath and J. Crowe

Enhanced Radar Control for High Performance Bottom Paving 179
J-G. Vuillermet, M. Gaubil, I. Cabodi, and O. Bories

High Performance Superstructure Concept for Container Glass 187

B. C. Snow and T. Close

Enhanced Hydrated Lime - A Simple Solution for Acid Gas 201
G. Hunt and M. Sewell

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S. K. Sundaram Pacific Northwest National Laboratory.
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