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A Collection of Papers Presented at the 55th Conference on Glass Problems: Ceramic Engineering and Science Proceedings, Volume

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A Collection of Papers Presented at the 55th Conference on Glass Problems: Ceramic Engineering and Science Proceedings, Volume

A Collection of Papers Presented at the 55th Conference on Glass Problems: Ceramic Engineering and Science Proceedings, Volume 16, Issue 2 By
1995 | 246 Pages | ISBN: 0470314664 | PDF | 22 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 Vitrification of Hazardous and Radioactive Wastes (pages 1–10): Dennis F. Bickford and Ray SchumacherChapter 2 French Nuclear waste Vitrification: state of the Art and Future Developments (pages 11–14): C. Ladirat, R. Boen, A. Jouan and J. P. MoncouyouxChapter 3 The Benefits of ISO 9000 Certification (pages 15–18): Janice E. AlcornChapter 4 Heat Transfer Effects in Class Processing (pages 19–37): S. M. Rekhson, M. Rekhson, J.?P. Ducroux and S. TarakanovChapter 5 Physical Modeling Tests on the Effects of Burner Positions on the Aerodynamic Characteristics of Gas Flow in a Glass Furnace (pages 38–47): Yu Yunlin and Zhou ZhihaoChapter 6 A New Feeder Bowl: From concept Through Appraisal to Finished Product (pages 48–58): Mike StanleyChapter 7 Steps Toward the Solution of the Tin Bath Block Peeling problem in Float Glass Lines (pages 59–67): Hans Petschauer, Helmut Ebigt and Guenter FroehlichChapter 8 Use and Further Development of Magnesia?Zircon Bricks in the Glass industry (pages 68–73): T. Weichert and B. SchmalenbachChapter 9 Latest Developments in the Measurement of Regenerator Thermal Performance (pages 74–83): Yves Boussant?Roux, Alain Zanoli and William D. LeahyChapter 10 Fused Cast AZS Adapted for superstructure Applications in Today's Glass Furnaces (pages 84–95): Gerard Duvierre, Alain Zanoli and Michael NelsonChapter 11 Fine?Grind Cullet Technology, Part 1: Application of Differential Grinding for Fine cullet Production and Contaminant Removal (pages 96–100): Damian E. RodriguezChapter 12 Fine?Grind Cullet Technology, Part 2: Results of Plant Production Trials using Fine?Grind cullet (pages 101–104): Steven M. WeiserChapter 13 Economics of Batch and Cullet Preheating (pages 105–108): Horst MoserChapter 14 The LoNOx, an Alternative to Oxy?Fuel or an Enhancement? (pages 109–116): Helmut Pieper and Ronald H. MooreChapter 15 Sampling and Testing Protocol for Characterizing Glass Cullet obtained from Postconsumer Sources (pages 117–134): Floyd Karp and Bob KirbyChapter 16 Comment on “Protocol for Characterizing Glass Cullet obtained from Postconsumer sources” (pages 135–136): George H. EdwardsChapter 17 Reply to “Comment on ‘Protocol for Characterizing Glass Cullet Obtained from Postconsumer sources’” (pages 137–138): Floyd KarpChapter 18 Emission issues Relative to the Development of Environmental compliance Regulations for Glass Furnaces (pages 139–149): C. Philip RossChapter 19 Dynamic Gas/Oxy Superstructure Refractory Testing (pages 150–155): Lawrence H. Kotacska, John T. Brown and Timothy J. CooperChapter 20 Cost?Effective NOx Reduction Using Oxygen?Enriched Air Staging on Regenerative Glass Furnaces (pages 156–168): M. L. Joshi, D. B. Wishnick, R. F. Madrazo, W. H. Benz, S. K. Panahi, A. G. Slavejkov, H. A. Abbasi, R. E. Grosman and L. W. DonaldsonChapter 21 Development of an Advanced, Low?Emissions. Multifuel oxygen Burner (pages 169–178): Curtis L. TaylorChapter 22 Oxy?Fuel Furnace Design considerations (pages 179–189): Roberto Ruiz, Steve Wayman, Benjamin Jurcik, Louis Philippe and Jean?Yves IatridesChapter 23 Process Improvement Through Oxy?Fuel Combustion—The Full Conversion of a Television Class Melter (pages 190–194): Keith CongletonChapter 24 3R—Recent Developments in DeNOx control (pages 195–201): Geoff Evans and Richard QuirkChapter 25 Flat?Flame oxy?Fuel Burner Technology for Glass Melting (pages 202–215): Rifat Al?Chawbi, Carl Schatz, Loo Yap and Richard MarshallChapter 26 Industry?University Cooperative Research on Class Technology in Germany (pages 216–220): Helmut A. SchaefferChapter 27 Surface Chemistry of Commercial Glasses (pages 221–227): Helmut FranzChapter 28 International Commission on Glass and the Glass world (pages 228–238): Alev Yaraman