Borate glasses, crystals and melts II
By Adrian C. Wright, Steven A. Feller and Alex C. Hannon
Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Borates Glasses, Crystals and Melts held at The Cosener’s House, Abingdon, UK on 22-25 July 1996. 64 papers, 570 pages including index.
ISBN: 0 900682 23 X
Borate Glasses, Crystals & Melts III: Structure and Applications
By Yanko B. Dimitriev and Adrian C. Wright
Proceedings of the Third International Conference, 4-9 July 1999, Sofia, Bulgaria were published in Physics and Chemistry of Glasses and Glass Technology in 2000. These are now available as a separate collected proceedings, A4 (296 mm × 210 mm), black and white illustrations, 286 pages including index.
Borate Glasses, Crystals & Melts IV:
Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference, 14-18 July 2002, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, USA
Borate Glasses, Crystals & Melts V:
Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference, 10-14 July 2005, Trento, Italy
Raw materials for glass melting
By Bo Simmingsköld
A practical guide on raw materials used in glass melting to those concerned with batch handling, glass melting, glass compositions, purchase of raw materials, etc. Contents includes: Materials index, raw material description, conversion factors for common raw materials, batch calculations, and examples of colorant combinations for coloured glasses. 80 pages. A5.
ISBN: 0 900682 24 8
Fundamentals of the glass manufacturing process
Proceedings of the First European Society of Glass Science and Technology Conference held in Sheffield, UK on 9-12 September 1991. The volume consists of 58 papers on: physical properties and analysis; crystallisation of glasses; structure; surface treatment; the role of the operator in modern computer based control systems; process control; process modelling; and furnaces and melting. 264 pages. A4.
ISBN: 0 900682 21 3
Advances in amorphous state chemistry Topical Issues in Glass. Volume 1.
Proceedings of a joint meeting of the SGT and the Applied Solid State Chemistry Group of the Royal Society of Chemistry, London, 1992. Six papers and 19 posters discuss structural modelling and NMR, sol-gel derived glasses and nanocomposites, and electro-optic phenomena. 92 pages. A5.
ISBN: 0 900682 22 1
Reactions at glass surfaces. Topical Issues in Glass. Volume 2.
Proceedings of a joint meeting of the SGT and the Applied Solid State Chemistry Group of the Royal Society of Chemistry at Pilkington Technology Centre, Lathom, UK, 1997. Seven papers (two as abstracts only) and 17 posters (five as abstracts only) discuss the unique properties of glass as a substrate for chemical reactions. 106 pages. A5.
ISBN: 0 900682 25 6
Photons, Glasses and Coatings. Topical Issues in Glass. Volume 3.
Proceedings of a joint meeting of the SGT and the Applied Solid State Chemistry Group of the Royal Society of Chemistry at Pilkington Technology Centre, Lathom, UK, 1999. Seven papers (three as abstracts only) and 17 posters (three as abstracts only) discuss the interaction of light with glass and coatings on glass. 128 pages. A5.
ISBN: 0 900682 29 9
Refractories in the glass industry
A collection of reports from the Society of Glass Technology’s Refractories Technical Committee, reprinted from Glass Technology. Seven papers discuss: aluminosilicates, silica refractories, feeder and forehearth refractories, special refractories, basic refractories, insulation, and fusion cast refractories. 1994. 32 pages. A4.