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By Charles H. Drummond III

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ISBN-13: 9780470457511

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4, pp. 176-182 10. : Elektrochemische Messung der Sauerstoffaktivitat in Glasschmelzen. Glastech. Ber. 58 (1985) nr. 6, pp. 139-147 11. : Gas Release and Foam Formation During Melting and Fining of Glass. J . Am. Ceram. 89 no. 1 (2006), pp. 24-35 12. : Helium gas transfer into an E-glass melt with bubbling techniques. -6. July 2007, Palais des Congres, Strasbourg, France 13. : Analysis of advanced and fastjiningprocesses for glass melts. In Proceedings of the Advances in Fusion and Processing of Glass 111 July 27-30, 2003 Rochester NY USA, The American Ceramic Society, Westerville.

Ceram. 67 (1984) no. 8, pp. 564-567 28 + 69th Conference on Glass Problems 69th Conference on Glass Problems Edited by Charles H. Drummond, I11 Copyright 0 2009 The American Ceramic Society ALL-ELECTRIC FURNACES FOR HIGH QUALITY DEMANDS IN A WIDE RANGE OF GLASS COMPOSITIONS Lars Biennek, Harald Jodeit, and Hans-Jurgen Linz JSJ Jena-Maua, Germany ABSTRACT All-electrically heated furnaces (AEF) are characterized by vertical flow of the melt. The melt itself is continuously and completely covered by a batch layer (cold top).

Eighth. Eur. Glass Sci. Technol. Conf. : Eur. J. Glass Sci. Technol. A, Vol. 48, August 2007, no. 4, pp. 176-182 10. : Elektrochemische Messung der Sauerstoffaktivitat in Glasschmelzen. Glastech. Ber. 58 (1985) nr. 6, pp. 139-147 11. : Gas Release and Foam Formation During Melting and Fining of Glass. J . Am. Ceram. 89 no. 1 (2006), pp. 24-35 12. : Helium gas transfer into an E-glass melt with bubbling techniques. -6. July 2007, Palais des Congres, Strasbourg, France 13. : Analysis of advanced and fastjiningprocesses for glass melts.

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