74th Conference on Glass Problems, Issue 1

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S. K. Sundaram
John Wiley & Sons, May 5, 2014 - Science - 272 pages
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 14–17, 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 II

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Glass Production Losses Originating from Contaminants in Cullet
New Developments of Batch Briquetting
Application of an Energy Balance Model for Improving the Energy
Gas Analysis
Dry Batch OptimizerGain All Benefits of WaterWetting While
Radiation Impact on the TwoDimensional Modeling of Glass Sheet
How Can Predictive Strategies Contribute to Improved Power
TwoDimensional Modeling of the Entire Glass Sheet Forming
Global Impact Performance Case Study and
New Fused Cast Refractory for Metal Line Protection
An Update on the Technological Evolution Or Lack Thereof of
High Emissivity Coatings in Glass Furnaces
Furnace Repair after a Hurricane Flooding at Monterrey Mexico

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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.

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