69th Conference on Glass Problems: Ceramic Engineering and by Charles H. Drummond III

By Charles H. Drummond III

Remain up to date with this number of papers offered on the 69th convention on Glass difficulties on the Ohio country college. themes comprise melting and molding, refractories, and environmental concerns and new products.Content:

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Glass Sci. Technol. Conf. : Eur. J. Glass Sci. Technol. A, Vol. 48, August 2007, no. 4, pp. 176-182 10. : Elektrochemische Messung der Sauerstoffaktivitat in Glasschmelzen. Glastech. Ber. 58 (1985) nr. 6, pp. 139-147 11. : Gas Release and Foam Formation During Melting and Fining of Glass. J . Am. Ceram. 89 no. 1 (2006), pp. 24-35 12. : Helium gas transfer into an E-glass melt with bubbling techniques. -6. July 2007, Palais des Congres, Strasbourg, France 13. : Analysis of advanced and fastjiningprocesses for glass melts.

Die Reaktionen beim Zusammenschmelzen von Glassatzen. Z. Anorg. Allg. Chem. 193 (1930) pp. 245-269 5. : Redox conditions during melting of' the batch. Glastech. Ber. Glass Sci. , 68 (1995) no. 3, pp. 81-83 6. : Foaming of glass melts. PhD thesis, Eindhoven University of Technology, June 1998 69th Conference on Glass Problems . 27 Fining of Glass Melts: What We Know about Fining Processes Today 7. : Sulphate decomposition and sulphur chemistry in glass meltingprocesses. Glass Technol. 46 (2005) no.

Those gases have steep temperature dependence of glass melt solubility, therefore the composition of nucleated bubbles can quickly change upon temperature changes. The new (fresh) bubbles contain high amount of refining gases while the older ones should have significantly less or none of them. Simultaneous diffusion of C02 and N2 from the melt into these bubbles leads to increasing C02 and N2 contents and give estimation of their age. Low bubble pressure due to SO2 disproportionate reaction could be often found, too.

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