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Название: Proceedings of the 57th Porcelain Enamel Institute Technical Forum: Ceramic Engineering and Science Proceedings, Volume 16, Issue 6
Автор: Rarey C.
This volume is part of the Ceramic Engineering and Science Proceeding (CESP) series. This series contains a collection of papers dealing with issues in both traditional ceramics (i.e., glass, whitewares, refractories, and porcelain enamel) and advanced ceramics. Topics covered in the area of advanced ceramic include bioceramics, nanomaterials, composites, solid oxide fuel cells, mechanical properties and structural design, advanced ceramic coatings, ceramic armor, porous ceramics, and more. Content: Chapter 1 The Porcelain Enamel Challenge: Dare to Compare (pages 1–4): Miles L. Votava Chapter 2 What's Happening Overseas (pages 5–7): William D. Faust Chapter 3 Early Vendor Involvement and How to Reduce Your Fabrication Costs (pages 8–10): Michael A. Garf Chapter 4 Use of Sulfates in Eliminating Loose Oxides on the Unenameled Steel Surface (pages 11–17): Bruce J. Kukuch and Theodore A. Bloom Chapter 5 Processing and Microstructural Characteristics for Open Coil Annealed Enameling Steels (page 18): Andrew W. Gordon Chapter 6 Hot Rolled Steels for Porcelain Enameling (pages 19–21): William K. Huyser Chapter 7 Current Environmental Regulatory Activities (pages 22–24): Jack E. Waggener Chapter 8 Todays Safety and Health issues (pages 25–28): James J. Carleton Chapter 9 Advances in Controls for Powder Porcelain Enamel Application (page 29): Kenneth A. Kreeger Chapter 10 Humidity Effects on Electrostatic Porcelain Enamel Powder (pages 30–36): Andrew F. Gorecki Chapter 11 Available Options in Porcelain Enamel Systems (pages 37–40): Robert D. Reece Chapter 12 A New Electrocoating System for Cast Iron— Installation and Startup (pages 41–42): Liam O'Byrne Chapter 13 Process Data and Man/Machine Interface Application (page 43): David L. Hicks Chapter 14 A New Porcelain Enamel Plant and Its Use of New Technology Software for Process Control (pages 44–45): Ted J. Wolowicz Chapter 15 A Program for Auditing Porcelain Enamel Plants (pages 46–48): Holger Evele Chapter 16 Controlling Product Design, Foundry Practices, and Enamel Plant Processes to Improve Cast Iron and Porcelain Enamel Compatibility (pages 49–56): Kara Joyce Kopplin Chapter 17 Taguchi Experiments for Cast Iron Crates (pages 57–62): David N. Corson and Liam O'Byrne Chapter 18 Emerging Issues Challenging the Water Heater Market (pages 63–66): James S. Roden Chapter 19 The Future of Porcelain Enamel in the Water Heater Industry (page 67): R. James Terwilliger Chapter 20 The High Growth Segment: High?Resolution Ceramic Graphics on Steel (pages 68–70): Mark D. Winsor Chapter 21 The Barbeque Market (page 71): Robert B. Harris Chapter 22 Enamel Modifications Required for Premilled Materials: Increased Supplier Responsibily (pages 72–73): Robert J. Long Chapter 23 Pros and Cons of Using Premill in a Job Shop (pages 74–75): David F. Thomas and Brad Devine Chapter 24 Cost Savings and Other Benefits from Ready?to?Use Materials (pages 76–78): James J. Polzin Chapter 25 Premilled Frit as a Key Factor in Deciding to Porcelain Enamel in House (pages 79–81): Paul Erickson Chapter 26 Comparison of Test Methods Used for Evaluating Porcelain Enameled and Painted Surfaces (pages 82–84): William K. Huyser and James W. Stolpa Chapter 27 Test Methods for Porcelain Enamel—A Report on ASTM Committee Activities (pages 85–86): John K. Cook Chapter 28 Major Types of Porcelain Enameling Furnaces: Advantanges and Disadvantages (pages 87–89): Ronald L. Allen Chapter 29 The Outlook for Raw Materials Used for Porcelain Enamels (pages 90–96): Gregory R. Prinzbach Chapter 30 Influence of Frit Melting Point and Coefficient of Expansion on Hairlining (pages 97–100): Melvin C. Grimes Chapter 31 Gray and Other Colors for Pickle?Free Cover Coat Systems (pages 101–102): Larry N. Biller Chapter 32 Physical Properties of Crate Enamel Systems (pages 103–109): Charles M. Layne Chapter 33 Investigation of the Porcelain Enameling of Die Cast Aluminum (pages 110–119): Steven M. Ritchey Chapter 34 Benefits from Supplier Participation in Designing Parts for Porcelain Enamel Application (pages 120–121): Douglas D. Giese Chapter 35 Saving Money by Proper Handling of Steel (pages 122–123): Kirk W. Reich Chapter 36 PEI's Current Programs of Service to the Industry (page 124): Robert B. Harris, Jeffrey F. Wright and Herb Oliveira Chapter 37 Problem Solving/Troubleshooting—A Panel Presentation (page 125): James M. Enright, Anthony Mazzuca and Charles H. Layne