This quantity is a part of the Ceramic Engineering and technological know-how continuing (CESP) series. This sequence incorporates a choice of papers facing concerns in either conventional ceramics (i.e., glass, whitewares, refractories, and porcelain the teeth) and complicated ceramics. subject matters coated within the quarter of complex ceramic contain bioceramics, nanomaterials, composites, stable oxide gas cells, mechanical houses and structural layout, complex ceramic coatings, ceramic armor, porous ceramics, and more.
Chapter 1 Is Your Glass filled with Water? – half II (pages 1–13): John T. Brown and Hisashi Kobayashi
Chapter 2 battling warmth Loss and Volatility: An Oxy?Gas Forehearth Conversion for Borosilicate Glass (pages 15–28): Ian D. Travis and Alan Stephens
Chapter three Optimization of Oxy?Fuel Combustion with Optical Sensors (pages 29–45): W. Von Drasek, E. Duchateau, L. Philippe and R. Grosman
Chapter four An Oxy?Gas Furnace for Lead Crystal Glass Melting (pages 47–51): Jerry Kynik
Chapter five research of Liquid touch Refractory Corrosion less than Oxy?Fuel Glass Melting Atmospheres (pages 53–73): S. M. Winder, A. Gupta and okay. R. Selkregg
Chapter 6 decision of Corrosion components in Glass Furnaces (pages 75–88): C. A. Paskocimas, E. R. Leite, E. Longo, W. Kobayashi, M. Zorrozua and J. A. Varela
Chapter 7 taking a look past the “Oxy?Fuel concerns for Glassmaking within the '90s” Workshop (pages 89–98): C. Philip Ross
Chapter eight know-how Priorities: result of the Glass know-how Roadmap Workshop (pages 99–110): Theodore Johnson
Chapter nine strategy development via Statistical keep watch over (pages 111–126): James C. Eckhart
Chapter 10 complicated regulate of Glass Tanks utilizing Simulation types and Fuzzy regulate (pages 127–135): H. P. H. Muysenberg, R. A. Bauer and E. G. J. Peters
Chapter eleven Superstructure Corrosion in Glass Tanks: comparability of Mathematical version with box Measurements (pages 137–143): Mahendra ok. Misra, Stephen S. C. Tong and John T. Brown
Chapter 12 Rapidox: a brand new software for Redox Measurements in Glass Samples (pages 145–158): J. Plessers, P. Laimbock, A. J. Faber and T. Tonthat
Chapter thirteen Low?Cost Stirrer actual Modeling in Quarter?Scale (pages 159–165): Robert R. Thomas
Chapter 14 business event with a brand new Cruci?Form answer for Regenerator Plugging (pages 167–180): J. J. Fillot, A. Zanoli, Y. Boussant?Roux and O. Citti
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The origin of the OH emission is more complex. 3-5However, for oxy-fuel conditions the flame temperature (adiabatic flame temperature for stoichiometric O,/CH, is 3050 K, compared to air/CH,, which is only 2222 K) and radical concentrations are much higher. The higher temperature and radical concentration in oxy-fuel flames introduce additional 34 Ceram. Eng. Sci. ’ It is not clear which of these mechanisms is dominant, if any, but certainly the strong OH emission from an oxy-fuel flame makes it a reasonable choice to monitor and correlate to the burner’s operating conditions.
Operational problems and quality requirements were the prime drivers motivating the search for this new technology. St. George constructed an oxy-fuel-Fred furnace with an elaborate boghouse addition to FIter particulate emissions, rebuilt the batchhouse, and tied the control scheme together through a PlC platform. To date, promising results have been ochieved from the investment. St. ’s old furnace was a hexagonal shaped, all-electric furnace with capacity to melt 24 metric tons of crystal per day.
Diameter rod per week. High percentage solid inclusion defects: 1520% loss. Large quantities of environmental waste product: 26 tlyear metallic lead waste. Difficult crystal color control: grayish-green hue offset by costly low-iron sand. Personnel safety issues: potential electrocution, burn hazards, muscle stress and strain. In 1994 the mission was to determine the next melting process that Cerarn. Eng. Sci. , 19 111 (1998) 47 would allow St. George to advance into the 21st century. The new process needed to eliminate the 15-20% glass quality defect rate and give manufacturing additional production capacity.
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