Melting refractory borosilicate glass in electric furnaces
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The advantages of melting refractory borosilicate glasses in electric furnaces as compared to gas furnaces are described. The processes that occur in liquid glass melted in deep electric furnaces and technologies producing liquid glass of high quality are considered.
KeywordsMelting Part Electric Furnace Melting Rate Liquid Glass Shaping Part
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