75th Conference on Glass Problems: A Collection of Papers Presented at the 75th Conference on Glass Problems, Greater Columbus Convention Center, Columbus, Ohio, November 3-6, 2014

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S. K. Sundaram
John Wiley & Sons, Apr 20, 2015 - Science - 272 pages
The 75th Glass Problem Conference is organized according to the following themes: Glass Melting, Forming, Energy and Environmental, Refractories, Sensors and Control, Modeling.
 

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Contents

GLASS MELTING
3
Comparison of SEMEDX Analysis to Petrographic Techniques for
13
FORMING
29
Closed Loop Control of Glass Container Forming
37
Hard GlassCommercial Progress of Thermally Strengthened
55
ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL
69
Steven B Smith
85
Flue Gas Treatment and Production of
107
Modern and Competitive Regenerator Designs for Glass Industry
143
SENSORS AND CONTROL
158
Fast and Objective Measurement of Residual Stresses in Glass
165
Feeder Expert Control System for Improved Containers
177
MODELING
185
Modeling of Heat Transfer and Gas Flows in Glass Furnace
201
Flue Gas to a Granule
207
Author Index
253

OPTIMELT Regenerative ThermoChemical Heat Recovery for
113
REFRACTORIES
123

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S. K. Sundaram is an Inamori Professor of Materials Science and Engineering at Alfred University (starting from January 1, 2011). Before joining Alfred University, Dr. Sundaram was a Materials Scientist at 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 promoted to Chief Materials Scientist in January 2002. On technical front, he has been working on several aspects of advanced transformational materials science and engineering, focused on glass, ceramics, and semiconductors for various applications in energy, environment, health care, and national security. Dr. Sundaram is internationally recognized for interdisciplinary research. He has made over 100 technical presentations, edited/contributed to 11 books, published over 75 peer-reviewed publications and technical reports, mentored/supported over 40 students, and organized/co-organized several national and international symposia on advanced topics in materials science. He also has three issued patents and two provisional patent applications. Dr. Sundaram is the member of several scientific societies including the American Ceramic Society, and the recipient of prestigious awards.

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