ISBN-10:
0470594667
ISBN-13:
9780470594667
Pub. Date:
05/24/2010
Publisher:
Wiley
70th Conference on Glass Problems / Edition 1

70th Conference on Glass Problems / Edition 1

by Charles H. Drummond III, Charles H. Drummond

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ISBN-13: 9780470594667
Publisher: Wiley
Publication date: 05/24/2010
Series: Ceramic Engineering and Science Proceedings Series , #525
Pages: 232
Product dimensions: 6.20(w) x 9.30(h) x 0.80(d)

About the Author

Charles H. Drummond, III, is a Professor at The Ohio State University's Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Columbus, Ohio. He is a recipient of the Ohio Governor's Award for Emerging Technology; is the Director for the Annual Conference on Glass Problems; and is a recipient of The American Ceramic Society's Cramer Award. His current research is concerned primarily with the structure and properties of amorphous solids or glasses. This includes bulk glasses of scientific and commercial interest and glasses present in crystalline materials. He received his Ph.D. from Harvard University in 1974.

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Table of Contents

Foreword ix

Preface xi

Acknowledgments xiii

GLASS MELTING

Rapid Refining of Submerged Combustion Melter Product Glass3
David Rue, Walter Kunc, John Wagner, Bruno Purnode, and AaronHuber

Modeling the Quality of Glass Melting Processes 11
Adriaan Lankhorst, Andries Habraken, Mathi Rongen, PhilipSimons, and Ruud Beerkens

Process Optimization of the Glass Forming Process byAdvanced  3D Forming Models 21
Erik Muijsenberg

Operational Experience of an Oxy-Fuel Fired Glass MelterUsing an  Improved Silica Crown and Wide Flame Burners33
Alonso Gonzalez, Wladimir Sarmiento-Darkin, John T. Brown, LenSwitzer, Euan Evenson, Sho Kobayashi, and Cuauhtemoc Lagos

C'mon, Level with Me 45
Terry Berg

THE FUTURE OF THE GLASS INDUSTRY AND ENVIRONMENTALREGULATIONS

How Big is My Carbon Footprint? 53
Todd J. Seifried, Christopher J. Hoyle, and Douglas H.Davis

ICG: A Global Cooperation in the Challenging World of Glass67
Fabiano Nicoletti and René Vacher

Particle Size Measurements in the Flue Gas of GlassMelting  Furnaces 75
Andreas Kasper, Simon Slade, Dilek Bolean, and Guy van Marcke deLummen

Ceramic Filter Elements for Emission Control on GlassFurnaces Efficient Multi-Pollutant Treatment in a Single Step85
Gary Elliott and Andrew Startin

Requirements for Glass Compositions for Solar Applications97
A. Ganjoo, L. J. Shelestak, J. W. McCamy, and M. Arbab

Strategic Materials: Strategic Planning, Geopolitical Forcesand Risk Management 107
Peter Wray

ENERGY

Red Lion Bio-Energy—Syngas Production from a NovelThermal Conversion Process of Coal/Biomass 121
Douglas Struble

Macro Energy Balances 127
John Brown and John Nelson

Glass Furnace Stack Gas Calculation Issues 135
C. Philip Ross

Increase of Glass Production Efficiency and Energy Efficiencywith Model-Based Predictive Control 143
Erik Muijsenberg, Menno Eisenga, and Jörg Buchmayer

Temperature Distributions in Glass Gobs between Shears andBlank Mold: Calculations and Measurements 151
Hayo Müller-Simon, Gesine Bergmann, and KristinaKessler

REFRACTORIES

Postmortem of a Conventional Silica Brick from a Soda-LimeFloat Glass Furnace Crown 161
Warren Curtis

Refractory Ceramic Fibers 175
Joe Ventura and Daniel M. Wood

Refractory Solutions for Extra White Glasses 179
Michèle Blackburn, L. Massard, and M. Gaubil

Testing and Performance of Fusion-Cast Refractories189
Amul Gupta, Kevin Selkregg, and Roland Heidrich

Mullite Regenerators—An Optimum Solution 203
Chris Windle and Trevor Wilson

Author Index 217

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