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83rd Conference on Glass Problems, Volume 271

Sundaram, S. K. (Herausgeber)

Ceramic Transaction Series (Band Nr. 271)


1. Auflage Juli 2023
160 Seiten, Hardcover
Wiley & Sons Ltd

ISBN: 978-1-394-20027-6
John Wiley & Sons

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The 83rd Conference on Glass Problems (GPC) was organized by the Kazuo Inamori School of Engineering, The New York State College of Ceramics, Alfred University, NY, and The Glass Manufacturing Industry Council (GMIC), Westerville, OH. The Program Director was S. K. Sundaram, Inamori Professor of Materials Science and Engineering, Kazuo Inamori School of Engineering, The New York State College of Ceramics, Alfred University, Alfred, NY. The Conference Director was Bob Lipetz, Executive Director, GMIC, Westerville, OH. The GPC Advisory Board (AB) included the Program Director, the Conference Director, and several industry representatives. The Board assembled the technical program. Donna Banks of the GMIC coordinated the events and provided support. It started with a full-day plenary session followed by technical sessions.

Foreword vii

Preface ix

Acknowledgements xi

Plenary 1

Evolution of Refractory in the Glass Industry 3
Stefan Postrach and Ignacio Ramirez

How Big Is My Carbon Footprint...Revisited 15
Christopher J. Hoyle

Glass Melting of the Future 23
H. P. H. Muijsenberg, Hans Mahrenholtz, G. Neff, S. Hakes, C. Jatzwauk, and A. Birle

Quality 43

Digital Measurement of Cord Stresses in Container Glass 45
Henning Katte

The Electrical Systems Will Become the Gas Skits of the Future 59
René Meuleman and Christian Collombet

Melting And Control 61

All-Electric-Forehearth Design with Zero Emissions 63
Christoph Jatzwauk, Stuart Hakes, and Hans Mahrenholtz

The Fully Compartmentalized Glass Furnace 69
Adam Polcyn

5-Year Operating Experience with the Optimelt(TM) Heat Recovery Technology on a Tableware Furnace 79
M. van Valburg, H. Kobayashi, and A. Aluri

Modern Controller and Sensor Technology to Achieve Optimum Energy Efficiency 87
Andries Habraken, Sjoerd Stelwagen, and Rui Carneiro

Refractories and Raw Materials 95

How Will the Electrification of Glass Furnaces Impact Refractories? 97
Isabelle Cabodi, Isabell Gross, Pierrick Vespa, Michel Gaubil, and Stephane Schaller

Future-Proofing Your Dust Collection System Best Practices in Dust Collection for the Glass Industry 105
Alysha Yinger and Kyle Billie

Combustion and Sustainability 111

Partial Oxy-Fuel Conversion of Glass Forehearths: A Cost-Effective Way to Reduce CO2 Emissions by 50% 113
J. Pedel, G. Kulkarni, S. Vijayan, and R. Nath

Advances in Glass Industry Energy Savings using Heat Oxycombustion 119
James McAndrew, Kenneth Kaiser, Bhupesh Dhungel, Jiefu Ma, Chendhil Periasamy, Rémi Tsiava, Abou Ba, Mohand Amirat, Niomar Marcano, Xavier Paubel, Tâm Lâm, Luc Jarry, Emre Dumankaya, Nes¸et Arzan, Bahtiyar Dalg1ç, and Erdinc¸ S¸ükrü

Blue and Green Hydrogen Production, Distribution, and Supply for the Glass Industry and the Potential Impact of Hydrogen Fuel Blending in Glass Furnaces 127
Michael J. Gallagher, Ashwin Vinod, and Roger A. Dewing

Design and Implementation of Optifire(TM) Flex Burner for Foam Reduction in Oxy-Fuel Glass Furnaces 137
Robert L. Bell, Geert Cnossen, Robert Miller, Gaurav Kulkarni, and Hisashi Kobayashi