Glass and Ceramics

, Volume 69, Issue 7–8, pp 249–258 | Cite as

Structural and technological particulars of glass melts

  • Yu. A. Guloyan

Works on the structure of silicate and glass melts are reviewed using the principles of synergetics and the concepts of a cluster and fractal. Some particulars of commercial technological processes and the operational reliability of manufactured articles are examined.

Key words

clusters synergetics fractals structure of melts technological processes nanotechnologies glass strength 


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Scientific-Research Institute of GlassGus’-Khrustal’nyiRussia

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