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Название: Proceedings of the 56th Porcelain Enamel Institute Technical Forum: Ceramic Engineering and Science Proceedings, Volume 15, 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 Chip Resistance of Two?Coat/One?Fire Porcelain Enamels as Determined by Torsion Testing (pages 1–6): Mitchell Horton and Andrew Stash Chapter 2 Practical Observations on Ways to Minimize Chipping (page 7): Lester M. Smith Chapter 3 Putting Total Quality Safety and Environmental Management to Work—The Strategic Plan (pages 8–12): James J. Carleton and Deborah A. Green Chapter 4 Environmental Regulatory Overview (page 13): Jack E. Waggener Chapter 5 Environmental Management in a Porcelain Enameling Facility in Mexico (page 14): Cristobal Villalobos Chapter 6 Influence of Mechanical Properties on the Press Performance of Enameling Steels (pages 15–24): John L. Siles Chapter 7 Factors Influencing Hydrogen?Related Defects in Porcelain Enamel Coatings (pages 25–34): Andrew W. Gordon Chapter 8 Cut Edge Expansion During Forming (page 35): Charles R. (Rusty) Rarey Chapter 9 Mill?Applied Solid Film Lubricant and Protective Coating for Enameling Steels (page 36): Cynthia A. Gosselin Chapter 10 Benefits from Recycling Cleaners for Porcelain Enameling (pages 37–40): Tim Scott and David W. Welch Chapter 11 A New Direction (page 41): Richard W. Barnes Chapter 12 The Porcelain Enameling Industry… Where We Have Been, Where We Are, and Where We Are Going (pages 42–46): James D. Stalder and Jeffrey F. Wright Chapter 13 Porcelain Enameling…Is it a Science or is it “Black Magic”? (page 47): Robert L. Long Chapter 14 Optimizing the Porcelain Enameling Process to Achieve Ideal Processing Conditions (pages 48–56): Anthony R. Mazzuca Chapter 15 Materials Comparisons—Porcelain Enamel vs Alternative Materials (page 57): Miles A. Votava Chapter 16 Enameling Steels 1974–94—Maximizing Your Enameling Steel Dollar (pages 58–65): Bill Huyser Chapter 17 How Proper Metal Pretreatment Can Save You Big Dollars (pages 66–71): Joe Shaughnessey and J. L. Zbigien Chapter 18 Porcelain Enameling—An Environmentally Friendly Process (page 72): Jack E. Waggener Chapter 19 Market Conceptions of Porcelain Enamel (page 73): Robert B. Harris Chapter 20 PEI's Role?How PEI Can and Will Help (pages 74–75): Donald Sauder Chapter 21 A Systematic Approach to Problem Solving for Porcelain Enamel Powder Facilities (pages 76–79): Thomas L. Fiorini Chapter 22 The Importance of Powder Equipment Maintenance (page 80): John Stephens Chapter 23 PEI's Programs of Service for the Porcelain Enamel Industry (pages 81–82): Robert B. Harris, Jeffrey F. Wright and John K. Cook Chapter 24 Thermal Shock Characteristics of Porcelain Enameled Grates (pages 83–87): Steven M. Ritchey Chapter 25 Effect of Composition of Today's Laundry Detergents on Porcelain Enamel Surfaces (pages 88–90): Ann M. Lynch Chapter 26 Particle Size Effect on the Properties of Electrostatic Powders (pages 91–103): Dechun Fu Chapter 27 ISO 9000 Certification—Preparation and Expectations (pages 104–109): Bill McClure Chapter 28 World?Class Quality Concepts Applied to Porcelain Enameling Operations (pages 110–115): Harold E. Pruett Chapter 29 User Program for Evaluating Incoming Materials (pages 116–118): Ralph Gwaltney Chapter 30 The Preservation and Transfer of Knowledge and Technology (pages 119–122): James S. Roden Chapter 31 Firing Temperature Profiles: Measurement Methods and the Effect of Temperature Differences on Enamel Surfaces (pages 123–132): Holger Evele Chapter 32 Evolution of a Furnace (pages 133–137): Allen Germain and Dan Robertson