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These are: the cumulative heat flux crossing the furnace lining, and the heat flux from the combustion space into the basin. , the batch). , of a given batch melted in a specific furnace, and to anticipate the effects of any parameter changes like: pull rate, batch composition, flame emissivity, ratio of heat recovery, etc. in a quantitative way. INTRODUCTION The conventional glass melting process is a continuously operated hightemperature process converting a batch of raw materials into a workable melt.
38 (1965) nr. 4, pp. H. Doremus: "Diffusion of oxygen from contracting bubbles in molten glass," J. Am. Ceram. Soc. 43 (1960), pp. 655-661 58 L. Nemec: "Diffusion-controlled dissolving water vapor bubbles in molten glass," Glass Technol. 10 (1969), pp. 176-181 Table I. 05 20K/min 1575 K 0 or 10 ml/min 1700 K lK/min 20K/min 2K/min Bubbling during 60 minutes Fining during 75 minutes secondary fining Table II. 36 % C0 2 in bubble 40-90 95 35-50 * >50% helium ** very low pressure Not analyzed Advances in Fusion and Processing of Glass III Advances in Fusion and Processing ofGlass ΙΠ Edited by James R.
De Waal: "Mechanism of Oxygen Diffusion in Glass melts containing variable-valence ions," 7. Am. Ceram. Soc, 73 (1990), nr. , pp. 1857-61 *P. R. Laimböck: "Foaming of Glass Melts," PhD thesis Eindhoven University of Technology (1998), ISBN 90-386-0518-8 43 H. Müller-Simon: "On the interaction between oxygen, iron, sulfur in industrial glass melts," Glastech. Ber. Glass Sei. Technol. 67 (1994) nr. 11, pp. 297-303 U P. P. L. L. M. J. Shelestak: "Manufacturing of high performance flat glass by continuous vacuum refining (abstract)," Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Advances in Fusion and Processing of Glass.
Advances in Fusion and Processing of Glass III, Volume 141