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ISBN-10: 047029440X

ISBN-13: 9780470294406

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This quantity is a part of the Ceramic Engineering and technology continuing  (CESP) series.  This sequence includes a number of papers facing matters in either conventional ceramics (i.e., glass, whitewares, refractories, and porcelain teeth) and complicated ceramics. themes coated within the zone of complicated ceramic contain bioceramics, nanomaterials, composites, strong oxide gas cells, mechanical houses and structural layout, complicated ceramic coatings, ceramic armor, porous ceramics, and more.

Content:
Chapter 1 Philosophy, layout, and function of Oxy?Fuel Furnaces (pages 1–14): Marvin Gridley
Chapter 2 In?Situ checking out of Superstructure Refractories (pages 15–28): Don Shamp
Chapter three improvement and Implementation of a Three?Dimensional Combustion Code to be used in Glass Melting Furnaces (pages 29–42): okay. L. Jorgensen, S. Ramadhyani, R. Viskanta and L. W. Donaldson
Chapter four Demonstration of Cost?Effective NOx relief on a Regenerative Sideport Glass Furnace utilizing Oxygen?Enriched Air Staging (pages 43–59): P. Mohr, D. Neff, D. Rue, H. Abbasi, J. Li and S. Hope
Chapter five Pilkington 3R know-how: An replace (pages 60–65): I. N. W. Shulver and R. Quirk
Chapter 6 uncooked fabrics for fundamental Glass Manufacture (pages 66–75): Paul F. Guttmann
Chapter 7 distinctiveness Glass uncooked fabrics: prestige and advancements (pages 76–86): Richard J. Bauer and Sandra L. Gray
Chapter eight replace at the Glass of the long run (pages 87–94): Theodore R. Johnson
Chapter nine strength Benchmarking: a device for carrying on with approach development for the Glass (pages 95–108): C. Philip Ross
Chapter 10 Refractory Corrosion less than Oxy?Fuel Firing stipulations (pages 109–119): A. J. Faberand and O. S. Verheijen
Chapter eleven Glass Furnace NOx regulate with gasoline Reburn: the sector try out (pages 120–135): Richard Koppang, Antonio Marquez, David Moyeda, Michael Joshi, Patrick Mohr and Roger Madrazo
Chapter 12 trying out of Superstructure Refractories in a Gas?Oxy surroundings opposed to High?Alkali Glasses (pages 136–145): L. H. Kotacska and T. J. Cooper
Chapter thirteen number of optimal Refractories for the Superstructure of Oxy?Fuel Glass Melting Furnaces (pages 146–163): Gerard Duvierre, Alain Zanoli, Yves Boussant?Roux and Mike Nelson
Chapter 14 Stabilizing Distressed Glass Furnace Melter Crowns (pages 164–179): Laura A. Lowe, John Wosinski and Gene Davis
Chapter 15 Refractory Corrosion habit less than Air?Fuel and Oxy?Fuel Environments (pages 180–207): H. T. Godard, L. H. Kotacska, J. F. Wosinski, S. M. Winder, A. Gupta, okay. R. Selkregg and S. Gould
Chapter sixteen selection of hint Impurities in a Furnace surroundings at working Temperature (pages 208–215): Stephen S. C. Tong, John T. Brown and Lawrence H. Koiacska
Chapter 17 Molybdenum/Fused forged AZS fabric for severe components in Glass Melting Tanks (pages 216–224): M. Dunkl, A. Fantinel, G. Dinelli and R. Tognon
Chapter 18 Chromic Oxide Blocks to be used within the Glass box (pages 225–238): F. Gebhardt, G. Boymanns, E. Goerenz, H. Ebigt and G. Frohlich
Chapter 19 Low Emissions from Endport Furnaces (pages 239–250): T. J. Harper
Chapter 20 Regenerative Oxygen warmth restoration for stronger Oxy?Fuel Glass Melter potency (pages 251–265): Richard Browning and James Nabors

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02 for OEAS demonstration. Staging was then applied to all ports using enriched air containing 35% O2 to raise the overall stoichiometric ratio to various levels. The results of this testing are presented in Fig. 10. Firing the furnace from the left and right side produces different NO, values at the same stoichiometric ratio, but the trend is the same for both. 02, OEAS effectively reduced the NO, emissions at the stack by more than 30% to an average value of 450 to 500 vppm. 8 lb/t of glass. 10 were effective at burning out CO produced in the primary flames.

Computations were carried out on a grid with 42768 (48 x 33 x 27) computational control volumes. The furnace was treated as symmetric at the vertical midplane, requiring that only half of the furnace be modeled. The first simulation required 30-50 CPU h to reach convergence. Simulations that used a previous solution as an initial approximation could often be obtained in 3-10 CPU h. Validation The experimental data used in validating the computer model are the sidewall and roof temperatures, glass load heat flux measurements, and exhaust gas temperature.

2 Figure 8. Effect of enriched air (35%) staging on CO at port 5. flame. The furnace crown position appears to significantly reduce CO from 3000 vppm to under 1000 vppm, but the first underport injection approach produced exhaust gas with 2000 vppm CO, which will produce high stack CO levels. This underport position may not provide good port mouth coverage, which would allow high-CO-content product gases to enter the port. NO, levels increased when oxygen was used as the secondary oxidant and high-temperature combustion zones were formed.

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