A Collection of Papers Presented at the 57th Conference on

This quantity is a part of the Ceramic Engineering and technology continuing  (CESP) series.  This sequence features a choice of papers facing concerns in either conventional ceramics (i.e., glass, whitewares, refractories, and porcelain the teeth) and complicated ceramics. themes lined within the sector of complex ceramic contain bioceramics, nanomaterials, composites, strong oxide gas cells, mechanical homes and structural layout, complex ceramic coatings, ceramic armor, porous ceramics, and more.

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Chapter 1 Philosophy, layout, and function of Oxy?Fuel Furnaces (pages 1–14): Marvin Gridley
Chapter 2 In?Situ checking out of Superstructure Refractories (pages 15–28): Don Shamp
Chapter three improvement and Implementation of a Three?Dimensional Combustion Code to be used in Glass Melting Furnaces (pages 29–42): okay. L. Jorgensen, S. Ramadhyani, R. Viskanta and L. W. Donaldson
Chapter four Demonstration of Cost?Effective NOx aid on a Regenerative Sideport Glass Furnace utilizing Oxygen?Enriched Air Staging (pages 43–59): P. Mohr, D. Neff, D. Rue, H. Abbasi, J. Li and S. Hope
Chapter five Pilkington 3R know-how: An replace (pages 60–65): I. N. W. Shulver and R. Quirk
Chapter 6 uncooked fabrics for fundamental Glass Manufacture (pages 66–75): Paul F. Guttmann
Chapter 7 uniqueness Glass uncooked fabrics: prestige and advancements (pages 76–86): Richard J. Bauer and Sandra L. Gray
Chapter eight replace at the Glass of the longer term (pages 87–94): Theodore R. Johnson
Chapter nine power Benchmarking: a device for carrying on with procedure development for the Glass (pages 95–108): C. Philip Ross
Chapter 10 Refractory Corrosion below Oxy?Fuel Firing stipulations (pages 109–119): A. J. Faberand and O. S. Verheijen
Chapter eleven Glass Furnace NOx keep watch over with fuel Reburn: the sphere attempt (pages 120–135): Richard Koppang, Antonio Marquez, David Moyeda, Michael Joshi, Patrick Mohr and Roger Madrazo
Chapter 12 checking out of Superstructure Refractories in a Gas?Oxy surroundings opposed to High?Alkali Glasses (pages 136–145): L. H. Kotacska and T. J. Cooper
Chapter thirteen collection of optimal Refractories for the Superstructure of Oxy?Fuel Glass Melting Furnaces (pages 146–163): Gerard Duvierre, Alain Zanoli, Yves Boussant?Roux and Mike Nelson
Chapter 14 Stabilizing Distressed Glass Furnace Melter Crowns (pages 164–179): Laura A. Lowe, John Wosinski and Gene Davis
Chapter 15 Refractory Corrosion habit lower than Air?Fuel and Oxy?Fuel Environments (pages 180–207): H. T. Godard, L. H. Kotacska, J. F. Wosinski, S. M. Winder, A. Gupta, okay. R. Selkregg and S. Gould
Chapter sixteen choice of hint Impurities in a Furnace surroundings at working Temperature (pages 208–215): Stephen S. C. Tong, John T. Brown and Lawrence H. Koiacska
Chapter 17 Molybdenum/Fused forged AZS fabric for serious parts in Glass Melting Tanks (pages 216–224): M. Dunkl, A. Fantinel, G. Dinelli and R. Tognon
Chapter 18 Chromic Oxide Blocks to be used within the Glass box (pages 225–238): F. Gebhardt, G. Boymanns, E. Goerenz, H. Ebigt and G. Frohlich
Chapter 19 Low Emissions from Endport Furnaces (pages 239–250): T. J. Harper
Chapter 20 Regenerative Oxygen warmth restoration for stronger Oxy?Fuel Glass Melter potency (pages 251–265): Richard Browning and James Nabors

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S. Department of Energy (DOE), and the Southern California Gas Company (SoCal) have joined with the development team of the Institute of Gas Technology (IGT), Combustion Tec, Inc. (CTI), and Air Products and Chemicals, Inc. (APCI) and provided support for extension of the oxygen-enriched air staging (OEAS) NO, control technology to natural gas-fired sideport regenerative glass melters. In previous demonstrations, the OEAS technology has successfully reduced NO, emissions by more than 50% on natural gas-fired endport regenerative glass melters without any adverse impacts on furnace performance or glass quality.

Fng. Sci. 2 rt I I I I 09 1 11 12 13 14 Stoichiometric Ratio Figure 1. Effect of first-stage stoichiometric ratio on NO, production. Combustion Staging Technology In the early 198Os, IGT, with funding support from GRI and SoCal and technical assistance from Combustion Tec, developed and tested several NO, control techniques, including air staging, on an IGT glass tank simulator. Low excess air firing tests were conducted on the glass tank simulator and two commercial glass furnaces. 15. A general correlation, shown in Fig.

Fuel mass fraction contours for a horizontal plane centered in the combustion air inlet. and oxidation along with pollutant concentrations like NO,. Improvements to the radiative heat transfer model will be made to account for the presence of soot. Additional validation studies will be performed to evaluate the capabilities of the code and further refine various submodels. Data sets with gas temperature measurements and wall radiative and total heat flux measurements will be most useful in this effort.

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