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              Decarbonisation technologies aided by new study

              Post Time£ºAug 25,2022Classify:Industry NewsView£º970

              Two articles on thermal radiation conductivity of glass melts have been published to aid in the design of low carbon glass melting technologies.

              Designing low carbon glass melting technologies requires reliable glass melt properties input data.

              Accurate data is available on the viscosity behaviour of practically all industrial glasses.

              However, the existing data on the thermal radiation conductivity of glass melts is scarce and often unreliable - especially the effects of temperature and redox on the radiation conductivity are unknown in many cases.

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