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65th Conference on Glass Problems: A Collection of Papers Presented at the 65th Conference on Glass Problems, The Ohio State Univetsity, Columbus, Ohio (October 19-20, 2004), Volume 26, Number 1

65th Conference on Glass Problems: A Collection of Papers Presented at the 65th Conference on Glass Problems, The Ohio State Univetsity, Columbus, Ohio (October 19-20, 2004), Volume 26, Number 1

Charles H. Drummond III (Editor)

ISBN: 978-0-470-29160-3

Sep 2009

202 pages

$102.99

Description

This conference proceeding includes 18 papers.

Foreword vii

Preface ix

Acknowledgements x

Advanced Feeder Control Using Fast Simulation Models 1
Oscar Verheijen, Olaf Op den Camp, Ruud Beerkens, Ton Back, and Leo Huisman

Application of IR-Sensors in Container Glass Forming Process 11
Joop Dalstra

Transmitted and Reflected Distortion of Float and Laminated Glass 25
Ulrich Pingel and Peter Ackroyd

Inspection: Going Beyond Just Finding Defects 37
Christian von Ah

Quality and Glass Production Improvements Through Statistical Process Control at Fevisa in Mexico 45
Jesus A. Ponce de Leon and Juan Rafael Silva-Garcia

Application of Microwaves in Glass Conditioning 63
Peter Vilk

The Development of the Emhart Glass 340 Forehearth 71
John McMinn

New Developments in Stirrer Technology 81
Duncan R. Coupland and Paul Williams

Spinel Refractories and Glass Melting 91
Chris Windle

Getting Fired Up with Synthetic Silicates 107
John Hockman

Tall Crown Glass Furnace Technology for Oxy-Fuel Firing 113
H. Kobayashi, K. T. Wu, G. B. Tuson, and F. Dumoulin

A Designer's Insight Into All-Electric Melting 131
Carl W. Hibscher, Peter R. H. Davies, Michael P. Davies, and Douglas H. Davis

Lessons Learned in Developing the Glass Furnace Model 145
Brian Golchert

The SORG@ VSM@ All-Electric Melter for 180TIDay Container Glass Design, Installation and First Experience 155
Matthias Lindig and Jan De Wind

The US. Glass Industry-Moving in New Directions 163
Michael Greenman

Joining Organic Materials with Inorganic Glass-Future Composite? 171
John T. Brown

Challenges to the US Glass Industry: Will the US Manufacture Glass in 2020? 181
Warren W. Woll