An analysis of the technical and economical components of the competitiveness of enameled products is conducted with estimation of the degree of its correspondence to the demand. The stages of the technological process are considered from the standpoint of the basic consumer properties of enameled stock.
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Nikitenko, A.V. Analysis of the technical and economical components of the competitiveness of enameled products. Glass Ceram 52, 351–353 (1995). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00679296
- Technological Process
- Economical Component
- Basic Consumer
- Consumer Property