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Название: Proceedings of the 46th Porcelain Enamel Institute Technical Forum: Ceramic Engineering and Science Proceedings, Volume 6, Issue 5/6
Автор: Sauder 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 Strength of Vitreous Enamels (pages 301–317): Sherman D. Brown Chapter 2 The University—Industry Relationship (pages 318–321): Clifton G. Bergeron Chapter 3 Porcelain Enamel Industry—University Interactions (pages 322–329): D. W. Readey Chapter 4 Update on Porcelain Enamel Powder and a Look Ahead—A Panel Discussion (pages 330–334): Holger Evele and Vernon C. Jett Chapter 5 New Perspectives in the Electrophoretic Enameling Process by Tailormade Pretreatment and Technical Improvements (pages 335–351): Heinrich Warnke and M. F. A. Hoens Chapter 6 Fundamentals of Porcelain Enamel Powder (pages 352–360): Rodney L. Ward Chapter 7 A Checklist for Evaluating the Merits of Converting to Powder (pages 361–366): Jerry D. Lyles and George G. Updike Chapter 8 Factors Affecting Thickness in Porcelain Enamel Powder Application (pages 367–374): Larry N. Biller Chapter 9 Status of Porcelain Enamel Powder Overseas—A Panel Presentation (pages 375–379): Aad Teigeler, Jean Paul Raffray, Graham Rose and Rupert O. Hudson Chapter 10 Production Experience with Porcelain Enamel Powder—A Panel Discussion (pages 380–383): Herbert V. Oliveira, William T. Runions and Donald R. Sauder Chapter 11 An Untapped Resource—The Cleaner Supplier (pages 384–386): Gerald W. Bogner and Joe Otrhalek Chapter 12 A Practical Method to Measure Surface Cleanliness (pages 387–389): William C. Jones Chapter 13 Effective Low?Temperature Cleaning (pages 390–393): Roger A. Kelly and Donald S. Peters Chapter 14 Plant Practices in Makeup and Monitoring Cleaners (pages 394–396): Larry T. Hawkins Chapter 15 Observations on the Continuous Casting Method of Producing Steel (pages 397–398): Gerald A. Whitlow Chapter 16 The Porcelain Enamel Product in the Appliance Marketplace (pages 399–400): Robert W. Knopik Chapter 17 Future Trends in Enameling Steel (page 401): Kenneth G. Brickner Chapter 18 The Current Status of Prelubricated Steels (pages 402–406): Wayne G. Granzow Chapter 19 Control of Steel Processing Parameters for Control of Fishscale Resistance (pages 407–412): Larry L. Steele Chapter 20 Overview of No Nickel, No Pickle Systems (pages 413–414): Robert J. Roth Chapter 21 Technical Developments with No Nickel, No Pickle Systems (pages 415–418): Robert E. Ott Chapter 22 Production Experiences with No Nickel, No Pickle Systems—A Panel Discussion (pages 419–424): Harold L. Bootz and Robert V. Johnson Chapter 23 Role of the American Society for Testing and Materials (pages 425–426): Donald A. Toland Chapter 24 Test Methods for the Porcelain Enameling Industry (pages 427–429): Richard I. Moss Chapter 25 Advances in Porcelain Enameling Equipment: Powder Systems (pages 430–431): Mark G. Gacka and Rodney L. Ward Chapter 26 Advances in Porcelain Enameling Equipment: Development of Combustion Systems for Ceramic Fiber?Lined Furnaces (pages 432–433): Ronald L. Allen Chapter 27 Latest in Equipment for Porcelain Enameling—A Panel Discussion (page 434): Michael A. Prystas and Gunter J. Lissy Chapter 28 Air Reciprocator used in 2?Axis Gun Control for Cavity Coating (page 435): Thomas R. Deimerly Chapter 29 Advances in Porcelain Enameling Equipment: A New Generation Powder Booth (pages 436–437): Robert E. Shramek Chapter 30 Advances in Porcelain Enameling Equipment: Firing Systems Progression (pages 438–442): Louis C. Kolar Chapter 31 OSHA's Impact on the Porcelain Enameling Industry (pages 443–447): James J. Carleton Chapter 32 The Raw Materials Outlook (pages 448–451): Frank M. Francioli Chapter 33 The Dollars and “Sense” of Resmelt (pages 452–453): Woodrow K. Campbell Chapter 34 Benefits from the Resmelting of Cast Iron Enamel Waste (pages 454–455): Gary F. Elliott and William Dykstra Chapter 35 Update on De?Enameling (pages 456–457): Geno Toffanetti Chapter 36 Use of Statistical Controls in Production (pages 458–464): Wayne P. Mcclish Chapter 37 Microprocessor?Controlled Radiant Tube Furnace (pages 465–466): Thomas E. Penisten Chapter 38 Recuperative Systems for Radiant Tube Furnaces (pages 467–470): James B. Roberts Chapter 39 Porcelain Enamel Energy and Production Improvements (pages 471–473): T. J. Byrne and Dennis E. Mccloskey Chapter 40 Cost and Energy Savings with New Furnaces (pages 474–479): Karl Ongsiek Chapter 41 Metamerism—Cause and Effect (pages 480–491): Cullen L. Hackler and Rolf G. Kuehni Chapter 42 Decorating Cookware (pages 492–493): Dewayne A. Fritz Chapter 43 Color Control for Quality and Profitability (page 494): Hugh Laverie Chapter 44 Current Appearance Measurement Equipment (pages 495–497): Charles L. Higgins Chapter 45 Modern Computer Technology in Color Matching (page 498): D. A. Klimas and A. Canonico