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Chapter 1 method 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 procedure keep watch over: a device to paintings Smarter, now not more durable (pages 1376–1377): Robert J. Hawkins
Chapter four How One corporation keeps caliber (page 1378): Patricia Tway
Chapter five Evolving technique keep an eye on strategies and creation (pages 1379–1383): George W. Woods
Chapter 6 executive Liaison—The function 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 approach (page 1392): J. R. Andrews
Chapter nine cutting edge purposes of important Metals for adorning (page 1393): Dennis M. Newbury
Chapter 10 Leachability of Lead from advertisement Glazes (page 1394): Francis M. Burke
Chapter eleven sleek 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 typical fuel 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Chapter sixteen Insulating outdated Tunnel Kilns Saves gas (pages 1437–1439): R. W. Richards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 thoughts 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 purposes in Low Mass Kiln structures (pages 1445–1448): J. A. Lashbrook
Chapter 19 How Low Is Low Mass? —Review of contemporary Kiln motor vehicle advancements (pages 1449–1450): James J. Walsh
Chapter 20 Thermal program for Firing and Cooling (pages 1451–1458): Donald M. Boldt
Chapter 21 computing device Modeling of quick hearth Kilns (pages 1459–1461): C. G. Harman
Chapter 22 Lithium Doping of creation Glasses (pages 1462–1470): C. E. Larson
Chapter 23 elimination of Black Magic from Glass Melting (pages 1471–1475): Douglas H. Davis
Chapter 24 gas 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 approach and qc in Structural Glazed dealing with Tile (pages 1492–1501): Surinder okay. Maheshwary
Chapter 27 Statistical tools and leads to a Brick Plant (pages 1502–1506): Harvey P. Cahoon
Chapter 28 quality controls 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 charges so that you can simply omit (pages 1522–1537): Carlton H. Hogue
Chapter 31 Die minimize Brick laptop and automated Brick observed (pages 1538–1540): J. M. Furcron
Chapter 32 a flexible environment desktop 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 approach with security features (pages 1568–1571): Gordon C. Fay
Chapter 35 coping with Conversions to reliable Fuels (pages 1572–1576): L. W. Thornton and S. L. Walker
Chapter 36 Petroleum Coke: Ashless stable gasoline of the longer term (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 approach: a special New Product and development strategy (pages 1587–1597): J. H. Belger

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Microwave energy is presently being used in production for the acceleration of large cast refractories resulting in a typical reduction in time in mold from 24 h to 7 h with an appreciable (40-50%) increase in yield, and equivalent reduction in the number of molds required. A second operation, after demolding, with microwave energy completes drying and calcining of the finished ware similar to slip cast sanitary ware, tiles and china. In all the various drying operations we have utilized the loss tangent characteristics of microwave energy in relation to water to control the amount of water removed and the rate of removal.

4. Behavior of a polar molecule (water)in a 2450 MHz microwave field. 1418 2 4 5 0 MHz 915 M H z Fig. 5. Pictorial representation showing the relative penetrating capability of 915 MHz and 2450 MHz. Fig. 6. Loss factor as a function of temperature. 1419 P WEIGHT LOSS FROM T E S T V20/ - 187V 0 TEMP. RISE FROM T E S T 111’2’77 - 1879 70 10 00 90 80 - Y 70 5Y m 60 2 5 ? 50 2 3 c Q 40 z f 2 c Y 30 20 10 I I I I I 120 150 100 710 740 0 TIME (MINUTES1 Fig. 7. 5kW bowl d y n g tests. 1420 I 1 - I I2O 0 RATE OF MOISTURE REMOVAL FROM F I G U R E 7 0 RATE OF TEMPERATURE R I S E FROM FIGURE 7 ,,o TIME IMINUTESI Fig.

As the dry plaster is propelled by the mix screw rotating inside a tube, water is sprayed in at one point and a slurry is immediately formed. The water has been previously metered so that the desired plaster-water ratio is obtained. What I am describing is rapid mechanical mixing in a continuous way of dry plaster and water to form a slurry. In our machine, after the slurry is generated it discharges into the hopper of a slurry pump and is pumped through a pouring hose to the line of case molds waiting t o be filled.

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