Chapter 1 Environmental and future health facets of Glass Furnace maintenance (pages 159–167): Bradley Q. Kinsman and John L. Cherill
Chapter 2 Combustion changes for regulate of NOx Emissions from Glass Melting Furnaces (pages 168–177): Hamid A. Abbasi and Donald okay. Fleming
Chapter three Cullet Processor layout and Operation (pages 178–183): Donald H. Schendel
Chapter four rainy Sand dealing with procedure for drift Glass production (pages 184–191): Christopher R. Cording, Stephen B. Parker and Bruce A. Wallace
Chapter five research of Glass procedure difficulties utilizing Three?Dimensional laptop Modeling (pages 192–202): R. A. Murnane and N. J. Moreland
Chapter 6 State?of?Art Numerical Simulation of Glass Melting Furnaces (pages 203–220): A. Ungan and R. Viskanta
Chapter 7 Glass Melting with natural Oxygen Combustion: Modeling of Convective and Radiative warmth move (pages 221–231): Dominique Jouvaud, Jean?Francois I'Huissier and Bernard Genies
Chapter eight reports in working Computer?Controlled Furnaces and Forehearths (pages 232–243): J. P. Hartley
Chapter nine Refiner Temperature regulate and Its impact on Forehearths Operation (pages 244–252): John P. Theisen
Chapter 10 First crusade of a Lead Crystal Glass electrical Furnace in Poland (pages 253–263): G. A. Warren, T. Sasiak and R. E. Davis
Chapter eleven result of Scaled checking out and Analytical Investigations of a Cullet Preheater (pages 264–272): R. De Saro, G. Ridderbusch, J. Pagliarlni, L. Donaldson and S. Panahe
Chapter 12 excessive Zirconia Glass Refractories: an summary (pages 273–283): A. D. Davis and T. M. Wehrenberg
Chapter thirteen Optimizing Batch Composition, Redox and Furnace Operation (pages 284–295): R. Hulme
Chapter 14 Gaseous Inclusions in waft Glass (pages 296–305): R. R. Snow and D. R. Sendi
Chapter 15 Glass Furnace backside Construction—Trends, proof, and Myths—A assessment (pages 306–314): E. R. Begley
Chapter sixteen intervening time examine of a Chrome?Free, High?Efficiency Checker surroundings in a box Glass Furnace (pages 315–328): W. John Kivala and H. Edward Wolfe
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In practice, the sand is recirculated when the moisture gradient from top to bottom becomes too great. The sand is discharged from either silo, via a vibratory feeder, into a scale hopper on load cells. The moisture content of the sand is measured by an infrared moisture detector (Figs. 6 and 7) which shuttles between the two scale feeders. The moisture detector is used to accurately measure the amount of equivalent dry sand going into a typical 4050 kg (9000lb) batch. Weighted sand is discharged from the hopper onto a vibratory feeder which discharges directly into the loading section of the bucket elevator.
The relative vertical velocity between the bubbles and the melt w, can be expressed asz4 In addition, the change in the radius of the bubbles, R can be expressed asz4 . I7 For each bubble radius interval a differential equation for Emmust be solved, and each of these equations is coupled to each other by the parameter s b . The gas diffuses into or from the gas bubbles according to Eq. 4. The concentration of the gas within the glass melt can be predicted from the species conservation equation (Table I).
Ceram. Eng. Sci. , 9 (3-41 pp. 203-220 (1988) State-of-Art Numerical Simulation of Glass Melting Furnaces A. O. Box 647, Indianapolis, IN 46223 R. VISKANTA School of Mech. , Purdue Univ. West Lafayette, I N 47907 Modern mathematical and experimental modeling techniques can enormously simplify the task of improving existing or developing new glass melting processes. The methodology is first to break down the problem into appropriate component parts and then synthesize these component parts into a model and understanding of the entire process.