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 is a collection of 25 papers presented at the 74th Glass Problems Conference, October 14a17, 2013 in Columbus, Ohio. These papers are essential reading for all who need to stay abreast of the latest research in the glass manufacturing field. Content is grouped into the below five sections: Batching and Forming Glass Melting Modeling, Sensing and Control Refractories I Refractories IIBody flux aa ( , t)is computed usingresultsGk() of theM k bands (23) (asecond FORTRAN program was developed for thispurpose). ... The 1D problemwas solved using 2D rectangular geometry with insulation on thetwo horizontal boundariesand boundary ... The couplingof theRTE withthe heat transfer equation (10a13) wasalso validated using a1D thermal problem ... The valueof the surface temperaturewas successfully compared with the solution of a 1D finite difference programanbsp;...
|Title||:||74th Conference on Glass Problems|
|Author||:||S. K. Sundaram|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2014-05-28|