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Müller and W. Wilsmann, Glastech. Ber. 69 (1996), 167178. 9 R. Conradt, Glastech. Ber. 63K (1990), 134-143. 10 R. Conradt, Z. Metallkunde 92 (2001), 1158-1162. n M . Lindig, in: HVG-Fortbildungskurs: „Wärmetransportprozesse bei der Herstellung und Formgebung von Glas", The German Society of Glass Technology, Offenbach 2002. 12 P. H. Hoffmann, S. S. Berry and B. Andresen, J. Non-Equilibrium Thermodynamics 26 (2001), 73-83. 13 VDI-Wärmeatlas, A8-A17, Springer Verlag, Berlin 1997. 44 Advances in Fusion and Processing of Glass III Advances in Fusion and Processing ofGlass ΙΠ Edited by James R.
Ceram. Soc. 43 (1960), pp. 655-661 58 L. Nemec: "Diffusion-controlled dissolving water vapor bubbles in molten glass," Glass Technol. 10 (1969), pp. 176-181 Table I. 05 20K/min 1575 K 0 or 10 ml/min 1700 K lK/min 20K/min 2K/min Bubbling during 60 minutes Fining during 75 minutes secondary fining Table II. 36 % C0 2 in bubble 40-90 95 35-50 * >50% helium ** very low pressure Not analyzed Advances in Fusion and Processing of Glass III Advances in Fusion and Processing ofGlass ΙΠ Edited by James R.
Here some inefficiency may arise, because the susceptor occupies useful volume otherwise available for glass. On the other hand, Gibbs4 proposes a vertical arrangement of several molybdenum shanks located in the furnace bottom along the current path to enhance magnetic linkage for glass induction heating at 60 Hz. If a susceptor is undesirable, high frequency needs to be employed in order for the molten glass to become susceptible for induction. Nowadays, lowering working frequency seems appealing, because in this way the frequency converter and its associated costs are avoided.
Advances in Fusion and Processing of Glass III, Volume 141