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Ceramic Engineering and Science Proceedings Volume 35, Issue 1,74th Conference on Glass Problems S.K. Sundaram, Editor In continuing the tradition that dates back to 1934, this volume isa collection of 25 papers presented at the 74th GlassProblems Conference, October 14-17, 2013 in Columbus, Ohio.These papers are essential reading for all who need to stay abreastof the latest research in the glass manufacturing field. Content isgrouped into the below five sections: Batching and Forming Glass Melting Modeling, Sensing and Control Refractories I Refractories II
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S. K. SUNDARAM, PhD, is an Inamori Professor of Materials Science and Engineering at Alfred University. Before joining Alfred University, Dr. Sundaram was a chief materials scientist at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL). He joined the PNNL in 1994 as a post-doctoral fellow and became a senior research scientist in 1996. He was then promoted to chief materials scientist in January 2002. Dr. Sundaram is internationally recognized for interdisciplinary research. He has made over 100 technical presentations, edited/contributed to twelve books, published over eighty peer-reviewed publications and technical reports, mentored/supported over forty-five students, and organized/co-organized several national and international symposia on advanced topics in materials science. He is also a co-inventor in three issued patents and two provisional patent applications.


Foreword ix Preface xi Acknowledgments xiii Batching and Forming Long Term Results of Oxy Fuel Forehearth, Heating Technology for E-Glass Fibers 3 Christian Windhoevel, Chendhi Periasarny, George Todd, Justin Wang, Bertrand Leroux, and Youssef Joumani Glass Production Losses Originating from Contaminants in Cullet and Raw Materials 15 J. Terry Fisk Developing a Better Understanding of Boron Emissions from Industrial Glass Furnaces 25 Andrew Zamurs, Tim Batson, David Lever, Simon Cook, and Suresh Donthu New Development Batch Briquetting 33 Khaled Al Harndan, Heiko Hessenkemper, and Sven Wiltzach Application of Self-Supporting Precious Metal Stirrers in the Melting of Soda-Lime Glass 43 Alexander Fuchs Glass Melting Application of an Energy Balance Model for Improving the Energy Efficiency of Glass Melting Furnaces 53 Adriaan Lankhorst, Luuk Thielen, Johan van der Dennen, and Miriam del Hoyo Arroyo Observation of Batch Melting and Glass Melt Fining and Evolved Gas Analysis 69 Penny Marson, Ruud Beerkens, and Mathi Rongen Thermochemical Recuperation to Increase Glass Furnace Energy Efficiency 81 David Rue, Aleksandr Kozlov, Mark Khinkis, and Harry Kurek Dry Batch Optimizer-Gain All Benefits of Water-Wetting While Reducing the Drawbacks 93 F. Philip Yu, Tom Hughes, and Blaine Krause Modeling, Sensing, and Control In-Situ CO and O2 Laser Sensor for Burner Control in Glass Furnaces 103 A.J. Faberm M. van Kersbergen, and H. van Limpt Radiation Impact on the Two-Dimensional Modeling of Glass Sheet Sagging and Tempering 109 Dominique Lochegnies, Fabien Bechet, Norbert Sledow, and Philippe Moreau An Advanced Expert Control System and Batch Imaging Software for an Improved Automatic Melter Operation 117 H.P.H. (Erik) Muijsenberg, Robert Bodi, Menno Eisenga, and Glenn Neff How Can Predictive Strategies Contribute to Improved Power Management and Decreased Energy Comsumption? 133 Rene Meuleman How Many Chambers are Enough? - A Float Furnace Modeling Study 141 Matthias Lindig Two-Dimensional Modeling of the Entire Glass Sheet Forming Process, Including Radiative Effects 147 Fabien Bechet, Norbert Siedow, and Dominique Lochegnies Refractories I Hot Bottom Repairs: Global Impact, Performance Case Study and Development for the Americas 165 S. Cristina Sanchez Franco, Kevin Pendleton, Dennis Cawthom, and Bryn Snow Process Improvements with Bonded Alumina Channels 177 Elmer Sperry and Laura Lowe Bonded Refractories for Extreme Conditions in the Top of Regenerators 189 Rongxing Bei, Klaus Santowski, Christian Majcenovic, Goetz Heilemann, and Mathew Wheeler New Fused Cast Refractory for Metal Line Protection 197 Olivier Bories, Isabelle Cabodi, Michael Gaubil, and Bruno Malphettes Ancorro-Refinement Technology for Refractory in Glass Melt Contact 203 Rolf Weigand, Heiko Hessenkemper, Anne-Katrin Rossel, David Tritschel, and Romy Kuhne Refractories II An Update on the Technological Evolution (Or Lack Thereof) of Chinese Manufacturers of Fused Cast Refractories and the Value vs. Cost Proposition 211 P. Carlo Ratto Monolithic Crown and Its Benefits, Colloidal Silica Bonded Refractories Technology 217 Ali Farhadi, Tom Fisher, Alonso Gonzalez Rodriguez, and Marlo Estrada High Emissivity Coatings in Glass Furnaces 225 Tom Kleeb and Bill Fausey New Recycling Solution for Refractories from Insulation Glass Furnaces 233 O. Citti, C. Linnot, T. Champion, and P. Lenfant Furnace Repair after a Hurrican Flooding at Monterrey, Mexico 245 Roberto Cabrera Author Index 251