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Use of Refractories in the Melting Tank of a High-Production-Capacity Glass Melting Furnace

  • V. Ya. DzyuzerEmail author
REFRACTORIES IN HEATING UNITS
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We describe the operating parameters of high-production-capacity container-glass melting furnaces and specify the service conditions of the melting-tank lining at a specific glass-melt production rate of 2.5 – 3.0 t/(m2·d) and a specific glass production per furnace run of 7000 – 8000 metric tons/m2. We recommend that melt-molded baddeleyite-corundum and vibration-cast sintered chromium-aluminum-zirconium refractories be used in tank structures.

Keywords

glass melting furnace melting tank lining baddeleyite-corundum refractories chromium-aluminum-zirconium refractories corrosion resistance 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Ural Federal UniversityEkaterinburgRussia

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