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Название: Proceedings of the 55th Porcelain Enamel Institute Technical Forum: Ceramic Engineering and Science Proceedings, Volume 15, Issue 3
Автор: Giese D.
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 Total Quality Management and World?Class Quality (pages 1–6): Otto Beckendorf Chapter 2 ISO 9000 Standards Implementation (page 7): Dennis J. Kahler Chapter 3 Advantages of Using an ISO 9000 Certified Supplier (pages 8–11): Ronald G. Walton Chapter 4 Using Existing Documentation to Comply with ISO 9000 Standards (pages 12–15): Michael C. Willadsen Chapter 5 Practical Use of Taguchi Methodology (page 16): Richard Rakowski Chapter 6 An EVOP Design for Process Optimization (pages 17–23): Elie E. Saad Chapter 7 Design, Materials, and Process Optimization by Taguchi Experiment (pages 24–26): Douglas D. Giese Chapter 8 Implementing SPC—Making It Really Work (page 27): Robert A. Abbott Chapter 9 Statistical Process Control: Beyond Chartkeeping (pages 28–35): Derek W. Sproson Chapter 10 Precontrol: Implementation and Effect on Washer Parameters (pages 36–40): Jack Devalk Chapter 11 Some Key Factors in Obtaining Maximum Results from Statistical Process Control (pages 41–43): Rex M. Burdette Chapter 12 Compliance's Contribution to Quality and Productivity (pages 44–48): James J. Carleton and Deborah A. Green Chapter 13 Waste Minimization Benefits (page 49): Jack E. Waggener Chapter 14 Recovering and Reusing Enamel Waste (pages 50–54): Joel A. Stein and Stephen Braden Chapter 15 Maximizing Materials Utilization—A Panel Session (pages 55–58): David Thomas and Ann Lynch Chapter 16 A Simplified Gage Method for Test Reliability (pages 59–71): Robert G. Hoguet Chapter 17 Achieving Quality Satisfaction by Utilizing Full Employee Participation (pages 72–77): W. Eugene Milkie and William Schieferstein Chapter 18 Work?Out Teams (page 78): Stephen Coleman Chapter 19 A Method for Auditing Suppliers' Quality Systems (pages 79–90): George D. Bondor Chapter 20 Process Centering—The Taguchi Loss Function (pages 91–96): Tony Noltemeyer Chapter 21 Quality Inspection of Incoming Raw Materials (pages 97–100): Bruce W. Larson, Amy M. Grimes and Michael C. Willadsen Chapter 22 Conversion of Enameling Steels from Ingot Cast to Continuous Cast (pages 101–108): Paul N. Chekan and Andrew Gordon Chapter 23 Development of Interstitial?Free Porcelain Enameling Steel (pages 109–123): Michael D. Thorpe Chapter 24 Advantages That Synthetic Fabrication Lubricants Provide the Metal Finisher (pages 124–130): Paul Bosler Chapter 25 PEI Marketing Committee Report (pages 131–133): Jim Stalder Chapter 26 Report on PEI Technical Activities at the PEI Technical Forum (pages 134–136): Jeffrey F. Wright Chapter 27 Cleanability Study of Pyrolytic Enamels (pages 137–138): Narayan M. Sedalia Chapter 28 Analyzing and Avoiding Fishscale Phenomena in Porcelain Enameling (pages 139–155): Narayan R. Joshi Chapter 29 The Effect of Current Laundry Detergents on Porcelain Enamel Surfaces (pages 156–157): Ann M. Lynch Chapter 30 Laboratory Testing of Porcelain Coatings for Home Laundry (pages 158–162): Peggy L. Damewood and Marvin Scholt Chapter 31 Electrostatic Spraying: The Three?Zone Model (pages 163–172): Gerald W. Crum Chapter 32 The Latest in Porcelain Enamel Powder—A Panel Session (pages 173–175): Mitchell Horton and T. J. Wolowicz Chapter 33 Troubleshooting Defects in Porcelain Enamel Powder Systems (pages 176–179): James M. Enright