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69th Conference on Glass Problems, CESP Volume 30, Issue 1 by Charles H. Drummond III

By Charles H. Drummond III

Remain updated with this selection of papers offered on the 69th convention on Glass difficulties on the Ohio country collage. subject matters contain melting and molding, refractories, and environmental matters and new items.

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Strong convection directly to the batch layer should be avoided to keep homogeneous or rather stable. 4 m deep - 12 vertical bottom electrodes. They create a inner circle and an outer circle. - The electric power supply is realized by 3-phase in star connection, whereby a outer electrode is connected to inner electrode in opposite position. 0 kWhlm2. The maximum bottom temperature is approx. 1430 "C. The necessary refining temperature for high quality glass of 1480 "C can not be reached due to instabilities of the batch layer.

Right: Cold-top melting condition with very homogenious batch layer. 4. COMPARISON OF T W O AEF FOR SODA-LIME GLASS Based on model comparison as one example of AEF to melt 45 tid of soda lime as well based on technological pro and cons due to feedback from the glass factories it shall be demonstrated the essential prerequisites for High Quality Soda Lime Glass. The melting characteristic of batch material for soda lime glass compared to borosilicates shows a significantly higher melting speed. Therefore local energy overload is connected with destabilisation of the batch layer.

Especially furnaces with low bottom temperatures and no distinct spring zone (see figure 7 ) may encounter problems, shown by seeds in the glass product. g. CO2 tiom carbonate decomposition) or air species (nitrogen, argon, oxygen). 9. Due to decomposition of sulfates, the fining gases SO2 and 0 2 (in oxidized melts) or oxygen only as fining gas, in case of antimony fining decomposition of Sb205 (Sb205 + Sb203 + 02). these released fining gases first dissolve in the melt, which will become supersaturated with these fining gases: a.

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