Some Common Problems in Melting and Working Glass. I JSGT_V01_T210-T213
The writer is frequently brought face to face with some problems of the glass factory, problems which although apparently capable of very simple scientific explanation yet appear to present real difficulties to glass manufacturers. It may seem to some readers superfluous to make the comments which are given below; their justification, however, lies solely in the value they appear to have had to some practical men to whom the explanations have been made, and from his experience the author believes they may he of service to others who make no pretensions to possess scientific knowledge. Each of the subjects might form the basis of a much longer paper before the Society, and it- may be possible at a later date to deal with them more fully.
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