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72nd Conference on Glass Problems [electronic resource] : a collection of papers presented at the 72nd Conference on Glass Problems, The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, October 18-19, 2011 /
edited by Charles H. Drummond, III.
imprint
Hoboken, N.J. : Wiley, [2012]
description
xiii, 257 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
ISBN
1118205871 (hbk.), 9781118205877 (hbk.)
format(s)
Book
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imprint
Hoboken, N.J. : Wiley, [2012]
isbn
1118205871 (hbk.)
9781118205877 (hbk.)
restrictions
Licensed for access by U. of T. users.
contents note
Optimization of burners in oxygen-gas fired glass furnace / Marco van Kersbergen ... [et al.] -- Future energy-efficient and low-emissions glass melting processes / Ruud Beerkens ... [et al.] -- Mathematical modeling to optimize a furnace length by width ratio / Erik Muijsenberg ... [et al.] -- A summary of almost 50 years of glass furnace preheating / George Kopser -- Is 50% energy efficiency improvement possible in the glass product and production chain in 2030? / Léon Wijshoff -- Conception of modern glass furnace regenerators / Stefan Postrach ... [et al.] -- New cruciform solutions to upgrade your regenerator / D. Lechevalier ... [et al.] -- Bonded solutions for the container market / Thierry Azencot and Michele Blackburn -- Low-cost fused cast refractories: some peculiarities and connection with glass defects / P. Carlo Ratto -- Mullite, spinel & calcium aluminate: leading the way for long campaign/energy efficient modern glass furnace construction / Chris Windle, Trevor Wilson, and Rhiannon Webster -- MoZrO₂: a new material for glass melting electrodes and molybdenum glass tank reinforcements: experiences and insights / Mike Ferullo and Rudolf Holzknecht -- Changing of gob temperature from spout to blank / Gesine Bergmann ... [et al.] -- High viscosity glass sheet fabrication / Daniel Hawtof -- Closed loop control of blank mold temperatures / Jonathan Simon and Braden McDermott -- The U.S. policy and political landscape and its potential impacts on the glass industry: through a glass darkly / Shelley N. Fidler and Marisa Hecht -- Achieving a global corporate safety culture / Jeff Hannis -- Emission monitoring in the glass industry / Steve Roosz -- Design of a new 25 ton per hour waste glass processing plant for Rumpke / Christian Makari and Stefan Ebner -- Glass recycling technology of today / Hoser Moser -- Cord testing using thermal shock: virtue or vice? / Gary L. Smay and Henry M. Dimmick, Jr. -- To wet or not to wet, that is the question, part B: using dry batch / Douglas H. David and Christopher J. Hoyle -- Batch wetting: another point of view / John Brown ... [et al.].
general note
Also issued as Ceramic engineering and science proceedings v. 33, issue 1, 2012.
catalogue key
8576022
 
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Sets forth innovative, viable solutions to challenging problems in glass manufacturing Since 1934, the annual Conference on Glass Problems has addressed the challenges facing the glass industry with innovative solutions that have led to new and enhanced glass products and processes. Each year, the proceedings from this conference, which has become the largest industrial glass meeting in the United States, have been published for the benefit of glass, ceramics, and materials scientists and engineers around the world. This volume features the state-of-the-science collection of papers presented at the 72nd Conference on Glass Problems. During the conference, leading international scientists and engineers met for two days to discuss the latest innovations and solutions for glass manufacturing. Moreover, they forecasted and explored future directions of the glass industry. The proceedings are grouped into five sections: Glass melting Legislation, safety, and emissions Refractories Recycling and batch wetting Process control References at the end of each paper enable readers to explore individual topics in greater depth. The 72nd Conference on Glass Problems is essential reading for all scientists and engineers who need to stay abreast of the latest research in the field. All readers will find valuable information that enables the glass industry to continue to innovate with new and improved glass products and processes to meet the needs of both industrial and general consumers.
Main Description
This issue contains a collection of papers presented at the 72nd Conference on Glass Problems at The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio. Topics covered include glass melting; refractories; process control; legislation safety, and emissions; recycling and batch wetting.
Main Description
This issue contains a collection of papers presented at the 72nd Conference on Glass Problems at The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio. Topics include glass melting; refractories; process control; legislation safety, and emissions; recycling and batch wetting.

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