A New Method of Glass Melting JSGT_V07_T334-T340
The principle underlying the method, the subject of this paper, is to use the highest temperature at the stage where the heat absorption is greatest and then to utilise the waste heat to do the work requiring heat at gradually diminishing temperatures. In this scheme, air, oxygen, gas, batch, soda, and fuel would all be preheated to the permissible temperatures by waste gases only and at a temperature sufficient to supply the heat required. This obviates using the high temperatures during the earlier stages of heating up, and the intense heat is not spread over an enormous surface with its consequent enormous losses due to radiation.
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