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This publication presents a cutting-edge number of papers offered on the 66th convention on Glass difficulties on the college of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in October of 2005. 

Chapter 1 First commercial result of Alglass sunlight Operation (pages 3–18): Bertrand Leroux, Jean?Franclois Simon, Alban Poirier, Gabriel Constantin, Youssef Joumani and Remi Tsiava
Chapter 2 On?Line Oxygen Sensor for the Tin tub in waft Glass creation strains (pages 19–46): Paul R. Laimbouck and Ruud G. C. Beerkens
Chapter three a sophisticated keep an eye on method to extend Glass caliber and Glass construction Yields in response to GS ESLLI expertise (pages 33–45): H. P. H. Muijsenberg, G. Neff, Josef MUller, J. Chmelar, R. Bodi and F. Matustikj
Chapter four Breaking the limits of Pid (pages 47–52): Megan Kornowa?Weichel and Steve Nixon
Chapter five carrier adventure and Postmortem research of excessive Alumina Crown Refractories from E?Glass Furnaces (pages 54–67): Gregory Canute, Howard Winkelbauer and Mathew Wheeler
Chapter 6 Silica Loss in Crowns by means of Reactions with Glass soften Vapours (pages 69–80): R. G. C. Beerkens
Chapter 7 suggestions for Upgrading airborne dirt and dust assortment platforms (pages 82–90): Thomas Godbey
Chapter eight The impact of Batch Segregation and Bulk stream on Glass caliber (pages 91–103): Roger A. Barnum
Chapter nine Measurements of Batch and Cullet utilizing Laser triggered Breakdown Spectroscopy (pages 105–118): Joseph C. Craparo, Arel Weisberg and Robert De Saro
Chapter 10 Glass Batch uncooked fabric Transportation: pricey and Unreliable (pages 119–127): Robert Morrow
Chapter eleven Amber Glass ? forty Years of classes discovered (pages 129–139): C. Philip and David D. Myers
Chapter 12 using Borates in Glass Melting (pages 141–154): J. Simon and Mark D. Noirot
Chapter thirteen impact of Key Oxides, together with Li2O. On lowering the soften Viscosity and effort call for of E?Glass Compositions (pages 155–165): F. T. Wallenberger, R. J. Hicks and A. T. Bierhals
Chapter 14 Recycling of Cullet into Flat Glass Melting Furnaces (pages 168–179): Andreas Kasper
Chapter 15 Recycling in box Glass construction: current difficulties in eu Glass (pages 181–202): Ruud G. C. Beerkens and Engelbert van Santen
Chapter sixteen Contribution to the Characterization of airborne dirt and dust Emissions of Glass Melting Furnaces (pages 203–214): Andreas Kasper, Ernst Carduck, Monika Manges, Herbert Stadelmann and Jurgen Klinkers

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New Model Based Control (MBC) is drastically outperforming PID controls by quickly stabilizing temperature variations in order to provide high quality glass with optimum fuel efficiency. MODEL BASED CONTROL IN SIMPLE TERMS Many of the control methods used today can be described in terms of a task as simple as heating water. Consider the following example to compare PID to Model Based Control. You have a task of keeping a pot of water at 90”. As the water is poured into the pot, the PID controller notices a large deviation between the desired setpoint and the current temperature (PV), so it adds heat.

Otsuka. T. Sano. and 2. Kozuka. “Activities of Oxygen in Liquid Hi, Sn and Ge from Electrochemical Measurements” Me/u/l. Trans. B 12B 427-433 (I 981). S. Shih, K. W. Liang. Ni and Sn”Z. MetuUkd. 72(’1) 512-516(1981). 66th Conference on Glass Problems . 31 On-line Oxygen Sensor for the Tin Bath in Float Glass Production Lines cIuTvicn. V. vqis. anu C . U . HICOCK. inurmoaynamrc rroperires oj inarvrauar aunsiances. 11. Hemisphere PublishingCorporation. N ~ York, H 1990. T. Pfeiffer, A. Robrs. G .

S. = 0‘( )T. measuringlocation ZT. ( ~ o , s a t measuring location 26 . 66th Conference on Glass Problems Eq. 10 On-line Oxygen Sensor for the Tin Bath in Float Glass Production Lines 600 700 800 900 1000 1100 1200 Temperature (“C) I in wrious flout furnuces. S. value may be regarded as a mea~urefor the dross formation tendency. S. values exceeding unity. This is represented in Figure 6 by the area above the solid line of the maximum oxygen solubility. tIouee\er, dross problems may also be eiicountered at oxygen contents in the area between the horizontal dashed line representing the maximiin1 oxygen solubility at the cold end (600°C) and the solid line representing the maximum oxygen solubility.

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