By Charles H. Drummond III
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69th Conference on Glass Problems All-Electric Furnaces for High Quality Demands in a Wide Range of Glass Compositions Figure 17 Cross section in direction of throat ( I . model, 2. energy density field, 3. temperature field, 4. convection field) Figure 18 Dodecagonal furnace with top and vertical bottom electrodes for speciality soda lime glass for 53 t/d parfume flacons (HEINZ GLAS, Germany) 69th Conference on Glass Problems . ’ K-’ (CRISA, MEXICO) 5 . AEF FOR ALKALI-FREE GLASS Glass for the electric industry such as substrates for hard disk and TFT flat panels, for halogen lamps have increasing demand.
Proc. Eighth. Eur. 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.
2 m height and a deeper middle channel plate electrode rows are arranged near the shelf of upper basin along both length sides rectangular melting area with the throat at one smaller front side using of one single phase without any division in separate heating zones specific melting pull rates of max. 3 t/m2d specific energy consumptions of I . I5 kWh/kg for the melting part 69th Conference on Glass Problems 31 All-Electric Furnaces for High Quality Demands in a Wide Range of Glass Compositions Figure 3 Model of shelf furnace with Mo plate electrodes Deep square furnace with comer electrodes is characterized by: a very deep basin (more than 2 m) with triples of Mo bottom electrodes in each comer situated on increased blocks, protected by Mo ribbon using of a 2-phase feeding of the both diagonals with a phase shifting of 90" formation of a very thick batch layer in the furnace centre, with the consequence of the big depth for ensuring of quality specific melting pull rates of max.
69th Conference on Glass Problems, CESP Volume 30, Issue 1 (Ceramic Engineering and Science Proceedings) by Charles H. Drummond III