2 edition of High Temperature Glass Melt Property Database for Process Modeling found in the catalog.
by Wiley-American Ceramic Society
Written in English
|Contributions||Thomas P., III Seward (Editor), Terese Vascott (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||291|
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About the Author Thomas P. Seward III and Terese Vascott are the authors of High Temperature Glass Melt Property Database for Process Modeling, published by : Wiley. This book is the result of a study to develop a high-temperature melt properties database with sufficient comprehensiveness and reliability to allow mathematical modeling of glass melting and forming processes for improved product quality, improved efficiency and lessened environmental impact.
The study was initiated by the U.S. glass industry through the National Science Foundation Industry. Chapter 9 in: "High temperature glass melt property database for process modeling"; Eds.: Thomas P. Seward III and Terese Vascott; The American Ceramic Society, Westerville, Ohio,ISBN (announcement flyer, PDF, kB) Abstract: The application of multiple regression techniques for glass property modeling is described.
This book is the result of a study to develop a high-temperature melt properties database with sufficient comprehensiveness and reliability to allow mathematical modeling of glass melting and forming processes for improved product quality, improved efficiency and lessened environmental : $ High Temperature Glass Melt Property Database for Process Modeling Edited by Thomas P.
Seward III Terese Vascott Published by The American Ceramic Society Ceramic Place, Suite Westerville, Ohio glass production is a complex processes with high energy usage. comprises a process model (linear, nonlinear) and a cost function.
The more explicit use of the model in the control drops) until the right glass melt temperature and chemical properties are reached. Then, the automated scissors start. This book presents state-of-the-art information concerning properties and processes involved in glass melts.
Based upon contributions by renowned authors and scientists working with glass melt systems, Properties of Glass-Forming Melts is an excellent compilation of the current knowledge on property data, mechanisms, measurement techniques, and structure-related properties of : David Pye.
Module “Kibo” and acquisition of high-temperature thermophysical properties data of elemental metal molten. With the ground-based levitator we have already acquired viscosity coefficient data of refractory metals having a melting point higher than 3,°C, including tungsten (chemical symbol: W) that has the highest melting point among metals.
Property–Composition–Temperature Modeling of Waste Glass Melt Data Subject to a Randomization Restriction Article in Journal of the American Ceramic Society 91(10) - July Composition – structure – property (C‐S‐P) approach, named as “glass structural gene modeling (GSgM), for glass database development and new glass design are detailed in this article.
A list of the possibly erroneous density data is provided here ( kB). Reference for commercial composition-density data (46 kB): J.
Shelby; Appendix I in: "High temperature glass melt property database for process modeling"; Eds.: T. Seward III and T. Vascott; The American Ceramic Society, Westerville, Ohio,ISBN: Role of glass melt flow in container furnace eamined by mathematical modelling Ceramics – Silikáty 62 (1) () 87 in a quiescent liquid at the average temperature in the space.
The details of the τ Fref calculation are given in , Equation 6. τ Dave is the average sand dissolution time. The specific heat losses of the space. Process-based snowmelt modeling: does it require more input data than temperature-index modeling. Todd Waltera,*, Erin S.
Brooksb, Donald K. McCoolc, Larry G. Kingd, Myron Molnaub, Jan Bollb aDepartment of Biological and Environmental Engineering, Cornell University, Ithaca, NYUSA bDepartment of Biological and Agricultural Engineering, University of Idaho, Moscow, ID, USA.
A mathematical model of glass tank furnace incorporating the batch melting process more realistically, has been developed. The batch model includes the effects of chemical reaction, phase change and heat flux from combustion flame and melt glass.
Consequently the melting down position of batch is treated as a dependent variable in the model. Effect of glass-batch makeup on the melting process Ceramics – Silikáty 54 (3) () Five variations of A0 glass were produced by changing fractions of B 2 O 3, CaO, Li 2 O, Na 2 O, and MgO (see Table 3) while keeping the waste composition the same.
Glass Transition Temperature. The glass transition temperature (T g) is one of the most important thermophysical properties of amorphous is sometimes called the “melting point of amorphous materials” and as unscientific as this sounds, it is an appropiate description for the glass transition.
Summary This book presents state-of-the-art information concerning properties and processes involved in glass melts. Based upon contributions by renowned authors and scientists working with glass melt systems, Properties of Glass-Forming Melts is an excellent compilation of the current knowledge on property data, mechanisms, measurement techniques, and structure-related properties of glass.
A new predictive micro-scale solubility and process model for amorphous solid dispersions (ASDs) by hot-melt extrusion (HME) is presented. It is based on DSC measurements consisting of an annealing step and a subsequent analysis of the glass transition temperature (T g).The application of a complex mathematical model (BCKV-equation) to describe the dependency of T g on the active.
AM modeling framework. Here we present a process–structure–property prediction framework for metal additive manufacturing, with an implementation for selective electron beam melting (SEBM) of the commonly used Titanium alloy, Ti–6Al– this framework, shown schematically in Fig.
2, each model incorporates basic material information and data provided directly from previous models. Glass melting technology 1.
Glass Melting Technology 2. Three basic types of flat glasses are manufactured: • Plain flat glass Most plain glass used is now float glass. In this process liquid glass is cooled to give a viscosity sufficiently high for forming and it is then drawn across the surface of molten tin.
Modeling process-structure-property relationships for additive manufacturing Article (PDF Available) in Frontiers of Mechanical Engineering February .The temperatures required to form glass are very high, such that the furnace mean temperature is around °C and heat transfers mainly occur by radiation.
The refractory walls isolate the enclosure but a great amount of heat is lost through them. Fig. 1: Physical phenomenon in a glass melting furnace The energy consumption is very high in.The paper deals with modeling of steady state and transient thermal processes in a small resistance electric furnace for melting and heat treatment of high quality glass products.
The device is designed to obtain molten glass, which can meet the multiple requirements for handling glass and is used for producing of artistic glass sculptures. The temperature field distribution has been studied.