This quantity is a part of the Ceramic Engineering and technological know-how continuing (CESP) series. This sequence includes a number of papers facing concerns in either conventional ceramics (i.e., glass, whitewares, refractories, and porcelain the teeth) and complex ceramics. themes lined within the sector of complicated ceramic comprise bioceramics, nanomaterials, composites, good oxide gas cells, mechanical houses and structural layout, complex ceramic coatings, ceramic armor, porous ceramics, and more.
Chapter 1 what is forward within the Nineteen Nineties for Glass boxes (pages 393–401): Kenneth H. Lemke
Chapter 2 the hot Decade in go with the flow Glass (pages 402–415): Raymond C. Cunningham
Chapter three non-stop Filament Fiberglass: fabrics and alertness for the Nineteen Nineties (pages 416–425): Franklin H. Green
Chapter four significant Forces Impacting the Fiberglass Insulation within the Nineties (pages 426–431): Richard O. Webb
Chapter five area of expertise Glass: A imaginative and prescient of the long run Plant—Products, procedures, humans (pages 432–441): Richard J. Sphon
Chapter 6 The Nineties: A Decade of demanding situations for the Glass (pages 442–447): Lewis D. Andrews
Chapter 7 Induction?Heated Molybdenum supply structures (MODES) (pages 448–459): M. A. Smith and R. R. Thomas
Chapter eight A precis of Twenty?Five Years of Glass Furnace Preheating (pages 460–472): George J. Kopser
Chapter nine New Thermal Shock?Resistant Dense Zircon and Dense Chromic Oxide Refractories (pages 473–481):
Chapter 10 Throat building: A evaluation of layout, Refractory, and Cooling possible choices (pages 482–495): Edward R. Begley and Gerard Duvierre
Chapter eleven excessive Zirconia Fused?Cast Refractories: an answer to disorder and Corrosion difficulties in detailed Glasses (pages 496–517): Alain Zanoli, Gerard Du Vierre and E. Sertain
Chapter 12 Ergonomic concerns in Glass production (pages 518–534): Gary D. Herrin
Chapter thirteen Use of Rare?Earth Magnetic Separators for greater Glassmaking uncooked fabrics (pages 535–549): Frank D. Huntley and Joseph E. Poley
Chapter 14 trustworthy Cullet Preheater for Glass Furnaces (pages 550–555): Bernd?Holger Zippe
Chapter 15 Controlling Melter Temperature with computerized Tonnage repayment (pages 556–567): Vincenzo Di Giuseppantonio, Ivano Davoli and Richard W. Marshall
Chapter sixteen Waste warmth restoration from Regenerative Glass Furnaces utilizing an Air Extraction strategy (pages 568–578): Frederick J. Nelson
Chapter 17 Stones: Let's Take a better glance (pages 579–593): Terry Fisk
Chapter 18 a hundred% Oxygen?Fuel Combustion for Glass Furnaces (pages 594–609): John T. Brown
Chapter 19 software of a hundred% Oxygen Firing at Parkersburg, West Virginia (pages 610–631): Donald E. Shamp and Douglas H. Davis
Chapter 20 NOx keep an eye on recommendations for Glass Furnaces (pages 632–649): George L. Moilanen and Bauke Van Kalsbeek
Chapter 21 improvement of a Low NOx approach to fuel Firing (pages 650–660): Glenn C. Neff, M. L. Joshi, Marvin E. Tester and Sherry ok. Panahi
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6). 425 Ceramic Engineering & Science Proceedings Editor bv John B. Wachtman Copyright 0 1991The American Ceramic Society, Inc. Ceram. Eng. Sci. Proc. 12pp. 426431 (1991) Major Forces Impacting the Fiberglass Insulation Industry in the 1990s RICHARD0. WEBB Owens-Corning Fiberglas Corporation Toledo, OH 43659 Introduction T h e fiberglass insulation industry faces some major challenges in the coming decade: excess capacity, because new competitors have entered the field, even as the demand for housing diminishes; price pressure, as the economy continues to slow down and our key markets soften; reducing costs, while at the same time continuing to improve quality; and energy conservation and our responsibility toward the environment.
Usage of Low-E Glass (MSF) Soft coat Hard coat Total 1984 1986 1987 1988 1989 9 42 82 146 187 9 30 12 50 32 92 54 135 52 Conclusion The glass industry is strong. We have successfully negotiated economic cycles of the past. The positive factors-high employment, disposable income, and demographics-are smoothing out the exaggerated swings in cyclical demand. Currently, we do not anticipate a severe recession in the glass industry such as those we experienced in the past. 2 BSF. Anyway, regardless of the downturn, there will be an upturn, and the trend is good.
Financial Aspects The glass industry is, in general, characterized by low sales-toassets ratios and modest returns. To compete globally, and particularly against competitors who have lower costs of capital, we must find ways to reduce capital investment and improve returns. Through the use of computer-aided design and many of the other technologies discussed in this paper, increased capital efficiency is possible. Additionally, the manufacturing approach described herein should greatly improve profitability, as well as provide better customer service.