A Collection of Papers Presented at the 86th and 87th Annual

Chapter 1 technique Management—More make the most of the method (pages 1365–1369): C. L. Bennett
Chapter 2 Synergistic strategy regulate (pages 1370–1375): Philip A. Partington
Chapter three Statistical technique keep an eye on: a device to paintings Smarter, now not tougher (pages 1376–1377): Robert J. Hawkins
Chapter four How One corporation keeps caliber (page 1378): Patricia Tway
Chapter five Evolving technique keep watch over thoughts and creation (pages 1379–1383): George W. Woods
Chapter 6 govt Liaison—The position and accountability Societies (pages 1384–1387): Betsy Houston
Chapter 7 Leadless Fast?Fire Glazes (pages 1388–1391): William G. Picard and Samia T. Blachere
Chapter eight Underglaze Once?Fired adorning technique (page 1392): J. R. Andrews
Chapter nine cutting edge functions of worthwhile Metals for adorning (page 1393): Dennis M. Newbury
Chapter 10 Leachability of Lead from advertisement Glazes (page 1394): Francis M. Burke
Chapter eleven smooth advancements in Viscometers (pages 1395–1405): David W. Howard
Chapter 12 Plaster mould Permeability vs automated Plaster blending (pages 1406–1411): Douglas L. Hoge and Walter R. Mason
Chapter thirteen purposes of Microwave power in Drying, Calcining, and Firing of Ceramics (pages 1412–1427): Irving J. Chabinsky and E. Eugene Eves
Chapter 14 ordinary gasoline After Deregulation (pages 1428–1431): Randy J. Settimio
Chapter 15 Ceramic Fiber in Ceramic Kilns: earlier, current, and destiny (pages 1432–1436): F. H. Fidler
Chapter sixteen Insulating outdated Tunnel Kilns Saves gas (pages 1437–1439): R. W. Richards
Chapter 17 New layout innovations for strength effective Kilns and Furnaces within the construction of Whitewares (pages 1440–1444): J. R. Greaves
Chapter 18 An replace on Recrystallized SiC part functions in Low Mass Kiln structures (pages 1445–1448): J. A. Lashbrook
Chapter 19 How Low Is Low Mass? —Review of contemporary Kiln automobile advancements (pages 1449–1450): James J. Walsh
Chapter 20 Thermal program for Firing and Cooling (pages 1451–1458): Donald M. Boldt
Chapter 21 machine Modeling of quick hearth Kilns (pages 1459–1461): C. G. Harman
Chapter 22 Lithium Doping of construction Glasses (pages 1462–1470): C. E. Larson
Chapter 23 elimination of Black Magic from Glass Melting (pages 1471–1475): Douglas H. Davis
Chapter 24 gasoline Saving Burner Practices for a Regenerative Glass Furnace (pages 1476–1482): Glenn Neff
Chapter 25 adventure with Koerting Burners for Coal airborne dirt and dust and Petrocoke Firing on Glass Furnaces (pages 1483–1491): Uwe Wiedmann and Werner Sieger
Chapter 26 method and qc in Structural Glazed dealing with Tile (pages 1492–1501): Surinder ok. Maheshwary
Chapter 27 Statistical tools and leads to a Brick Plant (pages 1502–1506): Harvey P. Cahoon
Chapter 28 qc of Clay Bricks (pages 1507–1512): J. H. Kung and J. P. Storer?Folt
Chapter 29 Extrusion: How and Why or Why now not (pages 1513–1521): E. Saleeby
Chapter 30 production expenses for you to simply put out of your mind (pages 1522–1537): Carlton H. Hogue
Chapter 31 Die reduce Brick desktop and automated Brick observed (pages 1538–1540): J. M. Furcron
Chapter 32 a flexible surroundings computer for Brick (pages 1541–1544): J. M. Furcron
Chapter 33 representation of Dryer regulate with Microprocessors (pages 1545–1567): G. C. Robinson
Chapter 34 Tunnel Kiln Burner Ignition process with security features (pages 1568–1571): Gordon C. Fay
Chapter 35 handling Conversions to reliable Fuels (pages 1572–1576): L. W. Thornton and S. L. Walker
Chapter 36 Petroleum Coke: Ashless stable gas of the long run (pages 1577–1581): S. W. body and D. P. Frame
Chapter 37 Firing Optimization of Clay Bricks (pages 1582–1586): J. H. Kung
Chapter 38 The Keybrick process: a different New Product and development process (pages 1587–1597): J. H. Belger

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The new glaze software developed in-house allows us to optimize frit and glaze batch formulations. We find this new tool to be of great help in giving our customers better service. Since it yields batches with minimum cost, it can predict thermal expansion and other glass properties with a minimum amount of time and effort. Table I. Batch Compositions Frit 4GF-69-C Clay Wollastonite Superpax Alumina + Pigments and Conditions 30-80% 9-12 2-40 10-12 0-10 Table 11. 0 Table 111. 15 1390 Glaze Compositions for Bisqued Talc Body D 4GF-105-A 100 4GF- 105-E 100 EPK 20 Superpax Table IV.

We could only see an end to the terra alba effect if we could do away with mechanical mixing together. The new model 200-A is, of course the result. I will list, in closing, advantages of this new model. ( 1 ) It produces plaster slurry having a minimal amount of terra alba. ( 2 ) It eliminates the step of mechanical mixing and with it the maintenance associated with the mix screw-mix tube arrangement. (3) It produces a slurry having the randomly oriented crystalline structure of gypsum associated with inefficient mixing as produced in batch mixing.

As an example, based on the one-h cycle from cast-to-cast, and three bowls abreast through the line* on a 3-min cycle through the system, 60 molds would be required for a three shift multiple-cast operation. This results in a daily throughput, at the minimum, equal to 30 casting benches, 25 molds/bench, and 750 molds with double casting or 60 casting benches and 1500 molds with single casting. Going from greenware to dry ware to kiln would use approximately 10 O00 Btu per toilet bowl or the equivalent of 5 kWh line power (Table I).

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