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Effectiveness of the use of luminous flames in glass furnaces

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Stepanenko, M.G., Sheludyakov, N.A. Effectiveness of the use of luminous flames in glass furnaces. Glass Ceram 13, 160–165 (1956).

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  • Polymer
  • Furnace
  • Glass Furnace
  • Luminous Flame