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This factor encompasses a number of papers offered on the 72nd convention on Glass difficulties on the Ohio country college, Columbus, Ohio. issues lined comprise glass melting; refractories; method keep watch over; laws defense, and emissions; recycling and batch wetting.

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Seeds that contain gases which dissolve chemically in the silicate melt might be digested by the melt (this is the case for gases with increasing solubility in the melt at decreasing temperature) during conditioning and controlled cooling of the glass; Homogenization of the melt: for optical glasses or display glasses, the chemical homogeneity is utmost important and can be improved by dynamic stirrers in special spaces (stirring chambers), in the forehearth or feeder systems. For other glass types, thermal uniformity is more important.

Container glass, float or fibre glass). The goal of benchmarking is mainly the comparison of energy efficiency or specific energy consumption of glass furnaces (or feeders) within a glass sector and to identify the most energy efficient option: "best practice". Figure 8 shows the effect of type of glass and pull on specific energy consumption of glass furnaces according to benchmark analysis of industrial glass furnaces between 1999-2007. 8 GJ/ton molten glass at a level of 50 % cullet in the batch.

13-18 17. R. Stormont: Electric melting technologies for energy efficiency and environmental protection. Glass Worldwide (2008) july/august, no. 18. pp. 29-31 18. R. Beerkens, J. van Limpt: Impact of glass furnace operation on evaporation from glass melts. Ceramic Engineering and Science Proceedings 22 part 1, 175-204 (2001) 19. R. Ehrig; J. Wiegand; E. Neubauer: Five years of operational experience with the SORG LONOx melter. Glass Sei. Technol. (Glastech. ) (1995) 68, no. 2, pp. 73-78 20. L. Nemec; P.

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